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Old Time RadioHistorians are people who study and report about the past, usually with some authority. This authority comes from their objectivity and the diligence of their studies. We are often warned that those who do not understand the lessons of history are doomed to repeat it, which gives further importance to historical studies.

There is a common if somewhat cynical adage that "History is written by the winners". The study of history is often a search for truth, which explains why authoritative historians place so much importance on "primary source" documents. A primary source is an artifact or document which was created at the time being studied. This means that Old Time Radio programs can be considered primary source material. OTR is History!

Is there a difference between waiting for the tubes of the living room radio to warm up and then turning the dial to listen to Winston Churchill give a speech and listening to the same speech more than seven decades later on an MP3 file? Of course, there is, but the difference is more contextual than technical. When our grandparents heard the speech as it was being broadcast live they had no idea whether Winnie's message would be enough to stiffen the resolve of Londoners enduring the Blitz. Today, we hear the same speech knowing that London did survive the Blitz, but we can appreciate the urgency on Churchill's tone.

Ideally, reporting on history should focus on presenting facts rather than passing judgment on the players and situations of history. This might be possible if not for the fact that history is all about context. Remember the concept of history being written by the winning side? It is valuable to know what was done by whom in major events like the Second World War did, but before we pass judgment on any of the players, we should reflect on the events and patterns of the Inter-War Years, and before we look at them, we need to gain a basic understanding of the Great War. Before we can know the Great War, we need to look at naval arms race between England and Germany before it. To understand that race, we need to appreciate how colonialism led to mercantilism, and how that developed into the Industrial Revolution in Britain and on the European Continent.

Alf LandonThe study of history can provide answers to many of our questions, but it also raises more questions. This should not be seen as a frustration on history, but a wonder.

  • Air Force Party, July 31, 1947, ABC net, live from the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York on the day before the 40th anniversary of the formation of the US Army Air Force. The musical salute commemorates the Force which would soon become an independent branch of the US Military.
  • Alfred (Alf) M. Landon, September 18, 1936, Governor of Kansas and Republican Nominee for President of the United States, speaking from Civic Auditorium, Topeka, Kansas. In the lopsided race, he will only carry his home state of Kansas, Vermont, and Maine, winning eight electoral votes to FDR's 523.
  • America Salutes the President's Birthday, January 29, 1944, pool feed, CBS net. An All-Star Salute to Franklin Roosevelt from the Waldorf-Astoria in NYC, along with a pitch for the March of Dimes.
  • American Pilgrimage, November 19, 1944, CBS. A series of interviews with the parents of servicemen serving in every theater of the War. Victor Jory, Jean Hersholt, and Cecil B. DeMille host. The program was broadcast on the eve of the Sixth War Loan Drive.
  • America's Famous Fathers, 1941, World Lateral Transcription, sponsored by Life With Father. Newsman Lowell Thomas and Col. Teddy Roosevelt are profiled.
  • Victor JoryAn Evening at Crosley Square, 1945. Music and laughs from the Crosley Corporation, the media company which owned WLW Radio and manufactured Crosley Automobiles.
  • The Baptist Hour, AFRTS, undated. A program dedicated to worshiping God through scripture and song. Despite the title, the worship only lasts 30 minutes or so.
  • By the People, February 26, 1956, Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization syndication. "The Burning of Washington".  The drama follows a reporter covering a massive forest fire in Southern California. Although the fire in the story started when a farmer misused dynamite, the program emphasizes that the Forest Service is prepared to fight any fire, whether started naturally, accidentally or by enemy conventional or atomic bombs.
  • Cavalcade of America, October 7, 1952, NBC. "One Way Out". A gripping drama based on a group of Marines pinned down in Korea and how they are resupplied and evacuated by Air Force transport planes using an improvised airstrip.
  • Citizen of the World, July 10, 1949, CBS Documentary. Norman Corwin production calling for world peace and international cooperation. Lee J. Cobb hosts.
  • Winston Churchill Addresses, In the immediate aftermath of Pearl Harbor, Prime Minister Churchill determined to sail across a U-Boat filled Atlantic to show support for his friend Franklin Roosevelt. He spent Christmas in the White House (after three weeks, Mrs. Roosevelt felt he had outstayed his welcome) and helped with American War Planning. We present his addresses to the US Congress and the Canadian Parliament.
  • Plymouth Rock, 1949. The Citizen's Committee On Displaced Persons syndication. A pair of programs encouraging America to welcome victims of the Nazi Holocaust and other European refugees.
  • King George VICoronation of King George VI, May 12, 1937. The second son of George V, he was not expected to ascend to the Throne, but his older brother, Edward VIII, abdicated after proposing marriage to American divorcee, Wallis Simpson. Other speeches and coverage of the King and Queen's visit to Canada are also included in the collection.
  • D-Day Plus Two, June 8, 1944. After months of intensive planning, in the early morning hours of June 6, 1944, Operation Neptune, the Allied invasion over the beaches of Normandy, began. Typical of any large military operation, not everything went as planned. Thanks to the dogged determination of the Allied fighters, the intensive training they had received, and no small amount of just plain good luck, the Allies gained a beachhead at Normandy and began moving inland. These reports are from two days after the landings began.
  • Doctor's Courageous, 1941, Stories of medical heroes whose efforts brought about advances in healing and lifesaving, often at great risk to their reputations and their very lives. Here we have the stories of Dr. Joseph Lister, who discovered the importance of sanitation in medical facilities, and Dr. Elizabeth Anderson, the first lady physician in Great Britain.
  • Dwight H. Green, February 26, 1940. Mr. Green speaks on unemployment during his campaign for Governor of Illinois.
  • Edison Studios Present A Little Bit of Everything, A sort of audition program from Thomas Edison's station, WAAM Newark, New Jersey. The story follows the writers and producers as they create a program for a local candy company. The lightbulb inventor got into the radio manufacturing business with his son, Charles Edison, about the time his cylindrical phonographs lost the "format war" to the Berliner Gramophone disks. Like RCA and Philco, Edison realized that if he was going to sell radios, it was important to provide content for people to listen to on them.
  • Face to the Future, 1960, North American Air Defense Command Syndication. After discussing the discovery of the earliest development of the wheel 22 centuries ago near the Persian Gulf, Miss Del Vina describes how in the very near future, computers will have as much of an impact on society as the wheel.
  • Freedom's PeopleFleet Service Schools, Destroyer Base, California, September 1943, a series of recorded bugle calls and band music which would have been played over the base quarterdeck's public address system.
  • Frank Knox Speeches, 1936. Knox was the Republican candidate for Vice President in 1936. Although the Landon-Knox ticket was soundly defeated, Knox, who also served in Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders during the Spanish American War, would go on to become FDR's Secretary of the Navy during WWII.
  • Freedom's People, 1942, Red Network, Federal Education Committee syndication, "The Story of the American Negro", Contributions to Music and Contributions to Education episodes are featured.
  • G.I. Joe, undated (post-WWII), NBC. "Boy meets Coconut". Restless G.I.s dealing with the frustrating tedium of Occupation Duty swap stories of their South Sea adventures.
  • The Golden Door, July 16, 1947, WNYC New York, produced in cooperation with the United Service for New Americans. "Early One Morning". As the great liner moors to the pier, an immigrating Lithuanian Holocaust survivor relates how she survived two executions before beginning her new life in America.
  • Governor George H. Earle addresses the Pennsylvania Legislature, January 5, 1937. Elected governor in 1934, Earle's "Little New Deal" policies made him one of the most popular politicians in the country. His accomplishments included disbanding the private police forces employed by coal and steel companies, instituting a 40-hour work week along with cigarette and gasoline taxes, and beginning construction of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
  • Great Stories from the Lives of Great Women, 1937, CBS audition program. A look at prima ballerina Anna Pavlova and her inspiration to dance The Dying Swan.
  • Hallicrafters RadioHail and Farewell, January 10, 1948, NBC. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. hosts an All-Star Salute to the USO Camp Shows. With the coming of peace, there seems little need for the United Services Organization, although the Camp Shows were mere months away from being reinstated for our boys serving in Korea, occupied Europe, and Vietnam.
  • Hallicrafters Hour, April 2, 1945, WGN Chicago, sponsored by Hallicrafters Radio. A salute to radio communicators who contributed so much to prosecute the War. Hallicrafter began producing equipment for ham radio hobbyist, but the government soon realized that the HT4 transmitter was perfect for the US Army Signal Corp.
  • Harry Truman Christmas Peace Address, December 24, 1948, the President quotes from Acts 17:26.
  • Henry A. Wallace Campaign Speech from Chicago, October 11, 1948. 33rd Vice President of the United States (under FDR), Wallace was an adamant "New Dealer". He was the Progressive Party nominee for President during the 1948 race, and his platform included conciliation with the Soviet Union and increased New Deal liberalism.
  • Former President Herbert Hoover Speaks on the Challenges to Liberty, October 30, 1936, Denver City Auditorium, NBC net. Hoover had just assumed the office of President when the Great Depression struck in 1929. His bid for reelection in 1932 went down in a landslide to Franklin Roosevelt. The former President remained an ardent Conservative voice and maintained his opposition to New Deal policies.
  • Betty HuttonHollywood Dateline, February 1945, possibly audition program. Irwin Allen reports the collapse of Betty Hutton, Ward Bond beginning work on They Were Expendable (1945) despite a broken leg and Barry Fitzgerald's twin Oscar nominations. The recording features paid political plugs for businessman Roger W. Jessup, owner of Jessup Farms Diary, who is running for mayor of Los Angeles.
  • I Was There, 1940-41, CBS. Headline events described by people who were on the scene when they occurred. Events described in this collection include 1916 Presidential Election when Republican Charles Hughes pulled a gaffe which cost him California and allowed Woodrow Wilson to be reelected, the marriage of Chang Kai Shek, the marriage of the Duke of Windsor to Wallis Simpson, the Dalton Gang attempting to rob two banks at once, and other stories.
  • Inaugural Review, January 20, 1949, CBS. A review of Harry Truman's career on the day of his inauguration. He had assumed the office nearly three years prior after the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • It's Fun to Live in America, February 6, 1951, Mutual. The story of how J.C. Penney rose from being a sickly farmer to an uninspiring stock boy and eventually running a large string of department stores.
  • I Want to Come Back, CBS(?), 1941, Audition programs. Supposedly produced within the walls of California's San Quentin Prison, the program profiles inmates who are up for parole but will not be released unless someone on "the outside" is willing to trust them with a job. Because of high production costs, if a TV pilot gets a "green light", the producers only get one try to get it right, but here we have several different radio auditions for the same concept.
  • President John F. Kennedy Welcomes the Berea Country Dancers, April 22, 1963. The Country Dancers are a folk dancing troupe celebrating Appalachian traditions and representing Berea College in Kentucky. They were invited to perform at the White House in the spring of 1963.
  • Orson WellesKnow Your Presidents, 1950, KWTO Springfield, Missouri. A quiz competition between local high schools based on the student's knowledge of American Presidents.
  • Last Man Out, December 6, 1953, NBC, Sustained, possibly an audition program. "True Stories, transcribed and documented from the official files United States Government agencies." New York City school teacher is instructed to slant her lessons toward the "Red" agenda, and in favor of the Soviet Union. After she realizes the error of her ways, she testifies before the HUAC.
  • Lear Radio Program, a.k.a. The Orson Welles Program, December 9, 1945, ABC. Mr. Welles shares the story of Dorie Miller, a Negro Navy Mess Attendant who grabbed an unmanned machine gun during the attack on Pearl Harbor and shot down six Japanese planes. He was later killed in combat. At the end of the show, Welles interviews Miller's father, a sharecropper from Waco, Texas.
  • Leatherneck Legends, Marine Corps Syndication, recorded by NBC Orthacoustic Radio Service. Stories of US Marines serving overseas. The program seems to have been recorded before Pearl Harbor and would feature a live recruiting pitch after the story.
  • Lives of the Great, 1934, Syndicated. Biographical sketches of great Americans, including Benjamin Franklin, U.S. Grant, Mark Twain, and Buffalo Bill Cody.
  • Al JolsonThe Lives of Our Greatest Artists, December 31, 1940, WHN New York, sponsored by Zion Kosher Meats. "The Story of Al Jolson", learn how a traditional cantor's son defied his father to become one of America's most influential entertainers.
  • The Man Behind the Masterpiece, 1942, 1946, NBC Syndication. The true-life stories of the Great Artists. Included in the profiles are Michelangelo, Thomas Gainsborough, and William Turner.
  • The Curtain of Time (Maritime History), April 21, 1949, Syndicated. "The Saga of the Shenandoah". A group of Confederate seamen secretly take command of an English ship, rename it the Shenandoah, and become the scourge of Yankee merchantmen and whalers on the Atlantic and Pacific. The last shot of the Civil War was fired from the deck of the Shenandoah. Jeff Corey hosts.
  • Marine Story, 1948(?), Syndicated for the Citizen Marine Corps and Marine Corps recruiting. William Bendix stars in the story of Captain James Willing who was given a commission by the Continental Congress to travel to Baton Rouge to find a ship and recruit a company of Marines to fight the British in West Florida. Some liberties are taken, the historic Captain Willing held a Naval Commission rather than the Marine Corps.
  • Men of Vision, 1937, Syndicated for the American Vision Institute. An exploration of the lives of "men who have opened the eyes of the world", including Galileo, philosopher-scientist Roger Bacon, Benjamin Franklin, Dr. Thomas Young who interpreted the Rosetta Stone and helped develop the wave theory of light.
  • Mike WallaceThe Mike Wallace Interview, September 1, 1957, ABC. The great interviewer turns his attention to revolutionary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, discussing a possible mile-high skyscraper as well as politics, morality, nature, and death.
  • The Ohio Story, 1948, Syndicated, brought to you by Ohio Bell. Stories from the Buckeye State. Here is an exploration of the Hiram Plan of intensive collegiate study, developed at tiny Hiram College.
  • Partners in Defense, September 15, 1941, Syndicated by the Ohio State Department of Employment. On-Air employment ads seeking workers in various Defense Industry. Interestingly, the ads appear to have aired a few months before Pearl Harbor.
  • The Man from Missouri, 1976, NBC. An uncompromising look at President Harry Truman, from his prosecution of the end of the War through Korea and the beginning of the Cold War. Ben Grauer hosts.
  • Harry TrumanMovie Radio Guide 10th Anniversary Gala, 1941(?), An All-Star Salute to Radio Movie Guide featuring some of the biggest radio Stars and hosted by Don Wilson. The Guide told readers when they could hear their favorite programs and featured the latest show business news. The magazine eventually evolved into TV Guide.
  • Ralph E. Church Campaign Speech, March 1940, WENR Chicago. Congressman from Illinois, Ralph Church, is running for a seat in the Senate. He spends a major portion of this speech criticizing the New Deal, but although he will remain in the House of Representatives for six terms, he never gains the upper house.
  • Santa Claus Christmas Party, 1925(?), Possibly one of Santa's earliest radio appearances. Gloria Geer is planning a Christmas Party and phones the Man in the Red Suit to hear original Christmas Music, and shares one of her own songs.
  • Santa Claus Jones, C.P. MacGregor hosts this story starring Charlie Ruggles. Old Scratch is there to claim Mr. Wilkins' soul but is held up by the rule that no one can go "down below" on Christmas Eve.
  • So, You Think It's New, 1938, TransAmerican Transcription. Dr. Wifred Funk (of Funk and Wagnalls Dictionary demonstrates "there is nothing new under the sun", except perhaps the sponsor's Gruen Watches.
  • Democratic National Committee Program, "The Roosevelt Special", November 11, 1944. The voices of Judy Garland, Humphrey Bogart, several Stars, and War Veterans pitch FDR's reelection.
  • Spotlight Stories, 1955, Brian Aherne shares a series of stories similar to Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story in coming decades.
  • The Century Clock, July 23, 1939, Audition Program. Two boys discover a time travel device and visit the past, in this episode, they visit King Arthur's Round Table.
  • Tom ClarkThen and Now, September 17, 1936. CBS, Sponsored by Sears and Roebuck. In celebration of the mail-order giant's fiftieth anniversary, Tom Edison's invention of the phonograph is recreated.
  • The Freedom Train, "Get on Board", January 5, 1948. As the post-War Prosperity began to boom, US Attorney General Tom Clark began to feel that Americans had begun to take the principals of Liberty for granted. Organizations which included Paramount Pictures and the Advertising Council (recently renamed from the War Advertising Council) came together to commission a special train which would carry important documents from the National Archive to display in towns along its route. Documents included original copies of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, the Truman Doctrine. Considering the value of its displays, the Train's arrival would be an important event. Controversy stirred when the sponsors of the project insisted that the showings be integrated. In cities which would not allow whites and blacks to view the displays together, the Freedom Train did not stop.
  • The Town Crier, October 6, 1933, CBS. "Twenty Years of Great Music". The widely quoted Alexander Woollcott guides us on an imaginary journey through time to the period just before the Great War, the journey shows us many harbingers of things intimately familiar to Depression Era listeners.
  • King George VI and Queen ElizabethTribute to Their Majesties, June 11, 1939. During the summer of 1939, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth toured every province of Canada and the United States. The trip had terrific political importance as War Clouds were gathering over Europe. This tribute came from the English community of film Stars working in Hollywood.
  • Uncle Sam Speaks, November 4, 1946, Office of War Information Syndication. "Can we Educate Germany for Democracy?" A review of the Education Mission which had visited the American Zone of Occupied Germany.
  • Voice of America Dedication, September 23, 1944, WLW Cincinnati. The Crosley Corporation has built the world's most powerful radio transmission facility in Bethany, Ohio, to send the VoA overseas.
  • Vice President Alben Barkley, October 30, 1952. 35th Vice President (under Truman), Mr. Barkley encourages Americans to do their duty to Democracy and Vote.
  • We Hold These Truths, December 15, 1941, Pool feed to all networks. An important program commissioned by the Government and assigned to Norman Corwin to be broadcast over every commercial network on the 150th anniversary of the Bill of Rights. The live broadcast took on even more significance as it was scheduled to play just days after the U.S. Pacific Fleet was attacked at Pearl Harbor. Corwin asked if the program would still go on during the Wartime Emergency, word came from the Oval Office that it was more important than ever.
  • We the People, November 18, 1949, NBC. Astronomer Clyde Tombaugh, the discoverer of Pluto, claims to have seen life on Mars. Lauritz Melchior and Nobel Prize-winning educator Hideki Yukawa also appear.
  • White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, December 24, 1941. After the American fleet was attacked at Pearl Harbor, Prime Minister Winston Churchill sailed across a U-boat filled Atlantic to visit and support his friend, President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It was widely assumed that lighting the Christmas tree on the White House lawn would be canceled because of the War, but Churchill counseled to " Let the children have their night of fun and laughter" and joined in the ceremony.
  • William L. Hutcheson Campaigns Against the "New Deal", October 25, 1936, an aggressive trades unionist, Hutcheson was a staunch supporter of the Republican Party.

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    1. Air Force Party 470631 40th Anniv Of Army Air.mp3
    2. Alfred M Landon 360918 Address Kansas Young Gops Topeka.mp3
    3. America Salutes President 440129.mp3
    4. American Pilgrimage 441119 Narrator Victor Jory.mp3
    5. Americas Famous Fathers 12 Lowell Thomas.mp3
    6. Americas Famous Fathers 24 Col Theo Roosevelt.mp3
    7. An evening at crosley square 440910.mp3
    8. Baptist Hour Afrts28 Dr Joel Gregory Tested In Wilderness.mp3
    9. By People Burning Of Washington.mp3
    10. Cavalcade Of America 521007 757 One Way Out Afrs 27.mp3
    11. Cbs Citizen Of World 490710 Lee J Cobb Norman Corwin.mp3
    12. Churchill Addresses Congress Missing Pt 2 Dec 26 1941.mp3
    13. Churchill Adrs Canadian Parliament Partial Shortwave 411230.mp3
    14. Citizens Committee Displaced Persons 490100 Plymouth Rock.mp3
    15. Citizens Committee Displaced Persons 490200 Delayed Pilgrims.mp3
    16. Coronation Of George Vi 370518.mp3
    17. Dday Plus Two 440608 Track B Excerpt Charles Collingwood Rpt.mp3
    18. Dday Plus Two 440608 US Newsreel 440608 Rondine.mp3
    19. Dday Plus Two Test Tracks Flip Side.mp3
    20. Dickens Christmas Carol Anonymous Performers 1930.mp3
    21. Doctors Courageous 410000 Ep001 Joseph Lester.mp3
    22. Doctors Courageous 410000 Ep002 Elizabeth Anderson.mp3
    23. Dwight H Green 400226 Gop Candidate Illinois Governor Jobs.mp3
    24. Edison A Little Bit Of Everything.mp3
    25. Face To Future 600000 Computers Will Dominate Second.mp3
    26. Fleet Service Schools Destroyer Base Calif 430922 Anthem Pt1.mp3
    27. Fleet Service Schools Destroyer Base Calif 430922 Anthem Pt2.mp3
    28. Frank Knox 360612 Accepts Gop Nod As Vp Red Mckinsey Vocals.mp3
    29. Frank Knox 361028 Campaign At Avalon Hall La Crosse WI.mp3
    30. Freedoms People 410900 Music Opening Broadcast.mp3
    31. Freedoms People 420419 Negro And Christian Democ.mp3
    32. Gi Joeboy Meets Coconut.mp3
    33. Golden Door 470716 United Service For New Americans One .mp3
    34. Gov George E Earles Address To Legislature 370105 Wip.mp3
    35. Great Moments From Lives Of Women 370000 Anna Pavlova.mp3
    36. Hail And Farewell 480110 Farewell Tribute To Uso Camp Shows.mp3
    37. Halicrafters Hour 450402 Hildegard.mp3
    38. Harry Truman Christmas Peace Acts 17 26 481224.mp3
    39. Henry Wallace 101148 Campaign Speech From Chicago.mp3
    40. Herbert Hoover 361030 Landon Challenge Liberty Denver.mp3
    41. Hollywood Dateline 450200 Plug For Roger Jessup.mp3
    42. I Was There 400519 Wilson Vs Hughes.mp3
    43. I Was There 410608 Duke Of Windsor.mp3
    44. I Was There 411027 1934 Austria.mp3
    45. Inaugural Review 490120 Portrait Of Harry Truman.mp3
    46. Its Fun To Live In America [partial].mp3
    47. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program 1st Try.mp3
    48. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program 2nd Try.mp3
    49. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program Phillip Morris.mp3
    50. JFK Welcomes Berea College Country Dancers 630422.mp3
    51. King George And Queen Visit Canada 390623 English And French.mp3
    52. King George Vi Announces End Of War.mp3
    53. King George Vi D Day Message And News 440606 Whas.mp3
    54. King George Vis Christmas Message 411225.mp3
    55. Know Your Presidents 501007 01 Williard Mo HS V Mansfield Mo.mp3
    56. Know Your Presidents 501014 02 Springfield Mo Vs Seymour Mo.mp3
    57. Last Man Out 531206 Communist Teacher.mp3
    58. Lear Radio 451209 Doris Miller Tribute.mp3
    59. Leatherneck Legends 1 King’s Error.mp3
    60. Leatherneck Legends 2 Man Was At Samar.mp3
    61. Life History Plays Benjamin Franklin.mp3
    62. Life History Plays Buffalo Bill.mp3
    63. Life History Plays General Us Grant.mp3
    64. Life History Plays Mark Twain.mp3
    65. Lives Of Great 340000 02 Benjamin Franklin.mp3
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    1. Lives Of Great 340000 03 U S Grant.mp3
    2. Lives Of Great 340000 05 Mark Twain.mp3
    3. Lives Of Great 340000 12 Buffalo Bill.mp3
    4. Lives Of Our Great Artists 401231 00x Story Of Al Jolson.mp3
    5. Man Behind Masterpiece420730 Michelangelo.mp3
    6. Man Behind Masterpiece470102 Thomas Gains Borough.mp3
    7. Man Behind Masterpiece470109 Joseph Mw Turner.mp3
    8. Man Behind The Masterpiece 470102 Thomas Gainsborough.mp3
    9. Man Behind The Masterpiece 470109 Joseph M W Turner.mp3
    10. Man Behind The Masterpiece 47xxxx Michaelangelo3.mp3
    11. Maratime History Saga Of The Shenandoah.mp3
    12. Marine Story 480310 03 1797, About USS Constitution.mp3
    13. Men Of Vision 370726 Thomas Young.mp3
    14. Men Of Vision 370802 Ben Franklin.mp3
    15. Men Of Vision 370802 Roger Bacon.mp3
    16. Men Of Vision 370822 Galileo.mp3
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    18. Men Of Vision Galileo 370822.mp3
    19. Men Of Vision Roger Bacon 370802.mp3
    20. Men Of Vision Thomas Young 370726.mp3
    21. Mike Wallace Interviews 1948 01 Frank Lloyd Wright.mp3
    22. Mike Wallace Interviews 1948 02 Frank Lloyd Wright.mp3
    23. Ohio Story 480420 Whbc.mp3
    24. Partners In Defense 411015.mp3
    25. President Truman Man From Missouri.mp3
    26. Radio Guide 10th Anniversary.mp3
    27. Ralph E Church 400300 Gop Candidate Senate Campaigns.mp3
    28. Reichrundfunk 391024 Station Djd 430 Am Berlin Fin Del Neg.mp3
    29. Santa Claus Christmas Party Gloria Geer Vaugn De Leath 1925.mp3
    30. Santa Claus Jonescharlie Ruggles Macgregor.mp3
    31. Santa Claus Proves Real Ernest Hare Edison 510619.mp3
    32. So You Think Its New 380000 Egyptian Inventor Of Unbreak.mp3
    33. So You Think Its New 390511 Ep002.mp3
    34. Sound Effects 450403 .mp3
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    37. Special Election Show 441106 Roosevelt For President.mp3
    38. Spotlight Story 50000x Afrts 141 Ea WG Crush Train Ridership.mp3
    39. Spotlight Story 550000 Afrts 223 Brian Aherne West Pokr Game.mp3
    40. Spotlight Story 550000 Afrts 247 Strange Voyage Of Constance.mp3
    41. The Century Clock 390623 In Land Of King Arthur.mp3
    42. Then And Now 360917 Thomas Edison Invents Phonograph.mp3
    43. This Our Land Get On Board 480105.mp3
    44. Tobacco Auctioneer Chants 1950 1966.mp3
    45. Town Crier 331006 Alexander Wolcott, 20 Yrs Ago.mp3
    46. Tribute To Their Majesties 390611.mp3
    47. Uncle Sam Speaks 461104 04 Can We Educate Germans Democrac.mp3
    48. Voice Of America 440923 Dedication Wlw.mp3
    49. Voice Of America 440923 Wlw.mp3
    50. Voices From Air 250000 Expermental Stations.mp3
    51. Voices Of Vista 651017 Woody Allen.mp3
    52. Voices Of Vista 651024 Mabel Mercer Alec Wilder.mp3
    53. Vp Alben Barkley First I Wish To Urge You To Vote Ky 521030.mp3
    54. We Hold These Truths 411215.mp3
    55. We People 490126 Life On Mars.mp3
    56. White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 411224.mp3
    57. William L Hutchinson 361025 Campaigns Against New Deal.mp3
    58. Winston Churchill Excerpt Nbc 411208.mp3
    59. World Is Yours, 380109 Masters Behind Mellon Masterpieces.mp3
    60. Yesterday Brings You Tomorrow 340000 Ep001 Story Of Tuesday.mp3
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    4. American Pilgrimage 441119 Narrator Victor Jory.mp3
    5. Americas Famous Fathers 12 Lowell Thomas.mp3
    6. Americas Famous Fathers 24 Col Theo Roosevelt.mp3
    7. An evening at crosley square 440910.mp3
    8. Baptist Hour Afrts28 Dr Joel Gregory Tested In Wilderness.mp3
    9. By People Burning Of Washington.mp3
    10. Cavalcade Of America 521007 757 One Way Out Afrs 27.mp3
    11. Cbs Citizen Of World 490710 Lee J Cobb Norman Corwin.mp3
    12. Churchill Addresses Congress Missing Pt 2 Dec 26 1941.mp3
    13. Churchill Adrs Canadian Parliament Partial Shortwave 411230.mp3
    14. Citizens Committee Displaced Persons 490100 Plymouth Rock.mp3
    15. Citizens Committee Displaced Persons 490200 Delayed Pilgrims.mp3
    16. Coronation Of George Vi 370518.mp3
    17. Dday Plus Two 440608 Track B Excerpt Charles Collingwood Rpt.mp3
    18. Dday Plus Two 440608 US Newsreel 440608 Rondine.mp3
    19. Dday Plus Two Test Tracks Flip Side.mp3
    20. Dickens Christmas Carol Anonymous Performers 1930.mp3
    21. Doctors Courageous 410000 Ep001 Joseph Lester.mp3
    22. Doctors Courageous 410000 Ep002 Elizabeth Anderson.mp3
    23. Dwight H Green 400226 Gop Candidate Illinois Governor Jobs.mp3
    24. Edison A Little Bit Of Everything.mp3
    25. Face To Future 600000 Computers Will Dominate Second.mp3
    26. Fleet Service Schools Destroyer Base Calif 430922 Anthem Pt1.mp3
    27. Fleet Service Schools Destroyer Base Calif 430922 Anthem Pt2.mp3
    28. Frank Knox 360612 Accepts Gop Nod As Vp Red Mckinsey Vocals.mp3
    29. Frank Knox 361028 Campaign At Avalon Hall La Crosse WI.mp3
    30. Freedoms People 410900 Music Opening Broadcast.mp3
    31. Freedoms People 420419 Negro And Christian Democ.mp3
    32. Gi Joeboy Meets Coconut.mp3
    33. Golden Door 470716 United Service For New Americans One .mp3
    34. Gov George E Earles Address To Legislature 370105 Wip.mp3
    35. Great Moments From Lives Of Women 370000 Anna Pavlova.mp3
    36. Hail And Farewell 480110 Farewell Tribute To Uso Camp Shows.mp3
    37. Halicrafters Hour 450402 Hildegard.mp3
    38. Harry Truman Christmas Peace Acts 17 26 481224.mp3
    39. Henry Wallace 101148 Campaign Speech From Chicago.mp3
    40. Herbert Hoover 361030 Landon Challenge Liberty Denver.mp3
    41. Hollywood Dateline 450200 Plug For Roger Jessup.mp3
    42. I Was There 400519 Wilson Vs Hughes.mp3
    43. I Was There 410608 Duke Of Windsor.mp3
    44. I Was There 411027 1934 Austria.mp3
    45. Inaugural Review 490120 Portrait Of Harry Truman.mp3
    46. Its Fun To Live In America [partial].mp3
    47. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program 1st Try.mp3
    48. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program 2nd Try.mp3
    49. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program Phillip Morris.mp3
    50. JFK Welcomes Berea College Country Dancers 630422.mp3
    51. King George And Queen Visit Canada 390623 English And French.mp3
    52. King George Vi Announces End Of War.mp3
    53. King George Vi D Day Message And News 440606 Whas.mp3
    54. King George Vis Christmas Message 411225.mp3
    55. Know Your Presidents 501007 01 Williard Mo HS V Mansfield Mo.mp3
    56. Know Your Presidents 501014 02 Springfield Mo Vs Seymour Mo.mp3
    57. Last Man Out 531206 Communist Teacher.mp3
    58. Lear Radio 451209 Doris Miller Tribute.mp3
    59. Leatherneck Legends 1 King’s Error.mp3
    60. Leatherneck Legends 2 Man Was At Samar.mp3
    61. Life History Plays Benjamin Franklin.mp3
    62. Life History Plays Buffalo Bill.mp3
    63. Life History Plays General Us Grant.mp3
    64. Life History Plays Mark Twain.mp3
    65. Lives Of Great 340000 02 Benjamin Franklin.mp3
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    1. Lives Of Great 340000 03 U S Grant.mp3
    2. Lives Of Great 340000 05 Mark Twain.mp3
    3. Lives Of Great 340000 12 Buffalo Bill.mp3
    4. Lives Of Our Great Artists 401231 00x Story Of Al Jolson.mp3
    5. Man Behind Masterpiece420730 Michelangelo.mp3
    6. Man Behind Masterpiece470102 Thomas Gains Borough.mp3
    7. Man Behind Masterpiece470109 Joseph Mw Turner.mp3
    8. Man Behind The Masterpiece 470102 Thomas Gainsborough.mp3
    9. Man Behind The Masterpiece 470109 Joseph M W Turner.mp3
    10. Man Behind The Masterpiece 47xxxx Michaelangelo3.mp3
    11. Maratime History Saga Of The Shenandoah.mp3
    12. Marine Story 480310 03 1797, About USS Constitution.mp3
    13. Men Of Vision 370726 Thomas Young.mp3
    14. Men Of Vision 370802 Ben Franklin.mp3
    15. Men Of Vision 370802 Roger Bacon.mp3
    16. Men Of Vision 370822 Galileo.mp3
    17. Men Of Vision Ben Franklin 370802.mp3
    18. Men Of Vision Galileo 370822.mp3
    19. Men Of Vision Roger Bacon 370802.mp3
    20. Men Of Vision Thomas Young 370726.mp3
    21. Mike Wallace Interviews 1948 01 Frank Lloyd Wright.mp3
    22. Mike Wallace Interviews 1948 02 Frank Lloyd Wright.mp3
    23. Ohio Story 480420 Whbc.mp3
    24. Partners In Defense 411015.mp3
    25. President Truman Man From Missouri.mp3
    26. Radio Guide 10th Anniversary.mp3
    27. Ralph E Church 400300 Gop Candidate Senate Campaigns.mp3
    28. Reichrundfunk 391024 Station Djd 430 Am Berlin Fin Del Neg.mp3
    29. Santa Claus Christmas Party Gloria Geer Vaugn De Leath 1925.mp3
    30. Santa Claus Jonescharlie Ruggles Macgregor.mp3
    31. Santa Claus Proves Real Ernest Hare Edison 510619.mp3
    32. So You Think Its New 380000 Egyptian Inventor Of Unbreak.mp3
    33. So You Think Its New 390511 Ep002.mp3
    34. Sound Effects 450403 .mp3
    35. Sound Effects 471108 .mp3
    36. Sound Effects 480512 .mp3
    37. Special Election Show 441106 Roosevelt For President.mp3
    38. Spotlight Story 50000x Afrts 141 Ea WG Crush Train Ridership.mp3
    39. Spotlight Story 550000 Afrts 223 Brian Aherne West Pokr Game.mp3
    40. Spotlight Story 550000 Afrts 247 Strange Voyage Of Constance.mp3
    41. The Century Clock 390623 In Land Of King Arthur.mp3
    42. Then And Now 360917 Thomas Edison Invents Phonograph.mp3
    43. This Our Land Get On Board 480105.mp3
    44. Tobacco Auctioneer Chants 1950 1966.mp3
    45. Town Crier 331006 Alexander Wolcott, 20 Yrs Ago.mp3
    46. Tribute To Their Majesties 390611.mp3
    47. Uncle Sam Speaks 461104 04 Can We Educate Germans Democrac.mp3
    48. Voice Of America 440923 Dedication Wlw.mp3
    49. Voice Of America 440923 Wlw.mp3
    50. Voices From Air 250000 Expermental Stations.mp3
    51. Voices Of Vista 651017 Woody Allen.mp3
    52. Voices Of Vista 651024 Mabel Mercer Alec Wilder.mp3
    53. Vp Alben Barkley First I Wish To Urge You To Vote Ky 521030.mp3
    54. We Hold These Truths 411215.mp3
    55. We People 490126 Life On Mars.mp3
    56. White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 411224.mp3
    57. William L Hutchinson 361025 Campaigns Against New Deal.mp3
    58. Winston Churchill Excerpt Nbc 411208.mp3
    59. World Is Yours, 380109 Masters Behind Mellon Masterpieces.mp3
    60. Yesterday Brings You Tomorrow 340000 Ep001 Story Of Tuesday.mp3
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    Rare Historical Disc A001

    1. Air Force Party 470631 40th Anniv Of Army Air
    2. Americas Famous Fathers 12 Lowell Thomas
    3. Americas Famous Fathers 24 Col Theo Roosevelt

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    1. Baptist Hour Afrts28 Dr Joel Gregory Tested In Wilderness
    2. By People Burning Of Washington

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    1. Churchill Addresses Congress Missing Pt 2 Dec 26 1941
    2. Dday Plus Two Test Tracks Flip Side
    3. Dickens Christmas Carol Anonymous Performers 1930

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    1. Edison A Little Bit Of Everything

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    1. Gi Joeboy Meets Coconut
    2. Henry Wallace 101148 Campaign Speech From Chicago
    3. Its Fun To Live In America [partial]

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    1. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program 1st Try
    2. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program 2nd Try

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    1. IWanttoComeBack Adution Program Phillip Morris
    2. King George Vi Announces End Of War
    3. Leatherneck Legends 1 King’s Error
    4. Leatherneck Legends 2 Man Was At Samar

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    1. Life History Plays Benjamin Franklin
    2. Life History Plays Buffalo Bill
    3. Life History Plays General Us Grant
    4. Life History Plays Mark Twain

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    1. Man Behind The Masterpiece 47xxxx Michaelangelo3
    2. Maratime History Saga Of The Shenandoah
    3. Mike Wallace Interviews 1948 01 Frank Lloyd Wright

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    1. Mike Wallace Interviews 1948 02 Frank Lloyd Wright

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    Rare Historical Disc A011

    1. President Truman Man From Missouri

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    1. Radio Guide 10th Anniversary
    2. Santa Claus Christmas Party Gloria Geer Vaugn De Leath 1925
    3. Santa Claus Jonescharlie Ruggles Macgregor

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    Rare Historical Disc A013

    1. Spotlight Story 50000x Afrts 141 Ea WG Crush Train Ridership
    2. Tobacco Auctioneer Chants 1950 1966
    3. Voices From Air 250000 Expermental Stations
    4. Town Crier 331006 Alexander Wolcott, 20 Yrs Ago
    5. Lives Of Great 340000 02 Benjamin Franklin
    6. Lives Of Great 340000 03 U S Grant

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    Rare Historical Disc A014

    1. Lives Of Great 340000 05 Mark Twain
    2. Lives Of Great 340000 12 Buffalo Bill
    3. Yesterday Brings You Tomorrow 340000 Ep001 Story Of Tuesday
    4. Frank Knox 360612 Accepts Gop Nod As Vp Red Mckinsey Vocals

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    Rare Historical Disc A015

    1. Then And Now 360917 Thomas Edison Invents Phonograph
    2. Alfred M Landon 360918 Address Kansas Young Gops Topeka
    3. William L Hutchinson 361025 Campaigns Against New Deal

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    Rare Historical Disc A016

    1. Frank Knox 361028 Campaign At Avalon Hall La Crosse WI

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    Rare Historical Disc A017

    1. Herbert Hoover 361030 Landon Challenge Liberty Denver
    2. Great Moments From Lives Of Women 370000 Anna Pavlova
    3. Gov George E Earles Address To Legislature 370105 Wip

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    Rare Historical Disc A018

    1. Coronation Of George Vi 370518
    2. Men Of Vision 370726 Thomas Young
    3. Men Of Vision Thomas Young 370726

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    1. Men Of Vision 370802 Ben Franklin
    2. Men Of Vision 370802 Roger Bacon
    3. Men Of Vision Ben Franklin 370802
    4. Men Of Vision Roger Bacon 370802

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    Rare Historical Disc A020

    1. Men Of Vision 370822 Galileo
    2. Men Of Vision Galileo 370822
    3. So You Think Its New 380000 Egyptian Inventor Of Unbreak

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    Rare Historical Disc A021

    1. World Is Yours, 380109 Masters Behind Mellon Masterpieces
    2. So You Think Its New 390511 Ep002

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    1. Tribute To Their Majesties 390611

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    1. King George And Queen Visit Canada 390623 English And French
    2. The Century Clock 390623 In Land Of King Arthur
    3. Reichrundfunk 391024 Station Djd 430 Am Berlin Fin Del Neg

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    Rare Historical Disc A024

    1. Dwight H Green 400226 Gop Candidate Illinois Governor Jobs
    2. Ralph E Church 400300 Gop Candidate Senate Campaigns
    3. I Was There 400519 Wilson Vs Hughes

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    Rare Historical Disc A025

    1. Lives Of Our Great Artists 401231 00x Story Of Al Jolson
    2. Doctors Courageous 410000 Ep001 Joseph Lester
    3. Doctors Courageous 410000 Ep002 Elizabeth Anderson
    4. I Was There 410608 Duke Of Windsor

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    Rare Historical Disc A026

    1. Freedoms People 410900 Music Opening Broadcast
    2. Partners In Defense 411015
    3. I Was There 411027 1934 Austria
    4. Winston Churchill Excerpt Nbc 411208

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    Rare Historical Disc A027

    1. We Hold These Truths 411215

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    Rare Historical Disc A028

    1. White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony 411224
    2. King George Vis Christmas Message 411225

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    Rare Historical Disc A029

    1. Churchill Adrs Canadian Parliament Partial Shortwave 411230

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    1. Freedoms People 420419 Negro And Christian Democ
    2. Man Behind Masterpiece420730 Michelangelo
    3. Fleet Service Schools Destroyer Base Calif 430922 Anthem Pt1

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    1. Fleet Service Schools Destroyer Base Calif 430922 Anthem Pt2
    2. America Salutes President 440129

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    Rare Historical Disc A032

    1. King George Vi D Day Message And News 440606 Whas
    2. Dday Plus Two 440608 Track B Excerpt Charles Collingwood Rpt
    3. Dday Plus Two 440608 US Newsreel 440608 Rondine
    4. An evening at crosley square 440910
    5. Voice Of America 440923 Dedication Wlw
    6. Voice Of America 440923 Wlw

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    Rare Historical Disc A033

    1. Special Election Show 441106 Roosevelt For President

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    Rare Historical Disc A034

    1. American Pilgrimage 441119 Narrator Victor Jory
    2. Hollywood Dateline 450200 Plug For Roger Jessup

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    Rare Historical Disc A035

    1. Halicrafters Hour 450402 Hildegard
    2. Sound Effects 450403
    3. Lear Radio 451209 Doris Miller Tribute
    4. Uncle Sam Speaks 461104 04 Can We Educate Germans Democrac

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    1. Man Behind Masterpiece470102 Thomas Gains Borough
    2. Man Behind The Masterpiece 470102 Thomas Gainsborough

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    1. Man Behind Masterpiece470109 Joseph Mw Turner
    2. Man Behind The Masterpiece 470109 Joseph M W Turner
    3. Golden Door 470716 United Service For New Americans One

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    1. Sound Effects 471108
    2. This Our Land Get On Board 480105

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    1. Hail And Farewell 480110 Farewell Tribute To Uso Camp Shows
    2. Marine Story 480310 03 1797, About USS Constitution
    3. Ohio Story 480420 Whbc
    4. Sound Effects 480512
    5. Harry Truman Christmas Peace Acts 17 26 481224

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    1. Citizens Committee Displaced Persons 490100 Plymouth Rock
    2. Inaugural Review 490120 Portrait Of Harry Truman

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    1. We People 490126 Life On Mars
    2. Citizens Committee Displaced Persons 490200 Delayed Pilgrims

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    1. Cbs Citizen Of World 490710 Lee J Cobb Norman Corwin

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    1. Know Your Presidents 501007 01 Williard Mo HS V Mansfield Mo
    2. Know Your Presidents 501014 02 Springfield Mo Vs Seymour Mo
    3. Santa Claus Proves Real Ernest Hare Edison 510619

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    Rare Historical Disc A044

    1. Cavalcade Of America 521007 757 One Way Out Afrs 27
    2. Vp Alben Barkley First I Wish To Urge You To Vote Ky 521030
    3. Last Man Out 531206 Communist Teacher
    4. Spotlight Story 550000 Afrts 223 Brian Aherne West Pokr Game
    5. Spotlight Story 550000 Afrts 247 Strange Voyage Of Constance

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    1. Face To Future 600000 Computers Will Dominate Second
    2. JFK Welcomes Berea College Country Dancers 630422
    3. Voices Of Vista 651017 Woody Allen
    4. Voices Of Vista 651024 Mabel Mercer Alec Wilder

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