Books and Articles Douglas, George H. The Early Days of Radio Broadcasting. Jefferson: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1987.

Gilchrist, Stephen. "'Let the Sighted Help the Sightless' Through Radio," The Chicago Tribune,  Nov. 16, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Booth at Radio Show To Help Fund For Blind," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 17, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Chicago Radio Show Opens at the Coliseum," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 18, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Radio Crowds Pack Coliseum; Doors Closed," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 19, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Wonderland of Radio Opens Its Door to Chicago," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 20, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Crowd at Radio Show Now Has Standing Room," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 21 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Chicago Gains Goal as Hub of Radio Industry," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 22, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Gala Auction at Radio Show To Aid the Blind," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 23, 1924

Gilchrist, Stephen. "Closing of Radio Show Sees All Records Broken," The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 24, 1924

Godfried, Nathan. WCFL: Chicago's Voice of Labor. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1997.

McChesney, Robert W. Labor and the Marketplace of Ideas: WCFL and the Battle for Labor Radio Broadcasting,
        1927-1934. Columbia: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 1991.

Platt, Harold L. The Electric City. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1991.

Stepmann, Charles. Radio, Television, Society. New York: Oxford University Press: 1950.