The collection is primarily made up of KTXL TV40 print advertising, marketing, and outreach material collected or created
by Stephen Green during his time working for the Sacramento TV station. Material dates from the 1970s through 1996 and includes
original advertising artwork; marketing and public relations ephemera; postcards; photographs of actors, TV40 personalities
and staff, and the children’s show
Cap'n’s Locker; programming and camera cards that show advertising layouts of television programs with hand-painted characters; and program
schedules. The collection documents the evolution of KTXL TV40, through photographs, advertising, and other ephemera, showing
its advancement from a small UHF station to a large Fox affiliate.
Stephen Green worked for Sacramento-based television station KTXL TV40 (now Fox40) from the 1970s to the early 1990s in the
advertising and marketing department. He created print ad layouts for television programs that aired on KTXL TV40. His ads
ran in magazines, newspapers, and TV guides.
7.33 linear feet (7 boxes)
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