Gertrude Entenmann (1908-1998) began her broadcasting career in New York before becoming an advertising copywriter and TV producer in the Washington DC area. Over the years, she worked for such sponsors as Peoples Drug Stores, First Federal Savings and Loan, and Coca-Cola.
In the 1960's, she chaired the Washington DC regional chapter of American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT). From 1962 to 1972, she produced "Search," a religious talk show for WRC-TV.
This gallery presents samples from The Papers of Gertrude Entenmann at the Library of American Broadcasting.
The collection spans the years 1954 to 1980, and contains promotional materials, photographs, advertising copy, and business correspondence. It was donated to the Library in 1999.