Léo Lania Papers, 1916-1959

Container Title
Disc 45A
Subseries: Recordings, 1937-1959
Physical Description: 3197 disc recordings 
Scope and Content Note: Recordings are arranged into eleven parts: Public Issues and Discussions: News Coverage; Public Affairs - Analysis and Discussion; Drama; Music, Variety, Quiz and Panel Shows; Speeches; Religious Programs; Women's Programs; Agriculture Programs; Sports Programs; Children's Programs; Miscellaneous.
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Series A: Public Issues and Discussions: News Coverage, 1937-1959
Physical Description: 1040 disc recordings 
I. Regular News Programs
a. Miscellaneous
No.   1
, 1946 March 27: Bob McCormick-Rep. Everett Dirksen
No.   2
, 1946 April 6: News from Chicago (broadcast from the Presidential train)
No.   3
, 1947 September 6: The Kuhns
No.   4-5
, 1947 September 9: Norman Brokenshire
No.   6
, 1947 December 9: David Brinkley
No.   7
, 1947 December 16: David Brinkley
No.   8
, 1947 December 17: David Brinkley
No.   9
, 1947 December 24: David Brinkley
No.   10
, 1948 May 7: David Brinkley
No.   11
, 1948 May 19: Howard Pyle - Rio
No.   12
, 1948 June 7: Norman Brokenshire
No.   13
1948 June 18: Regional News (WERL, WPIL, WMEW)
No.   14
, 1948 July 10: Caesar Searchinger - Berlin
No.   15
, 1948 July 10: Bob Trout
No.   16
, 1948 July 11: Bob Trout
No.   17
, 1948 July 19: Henry Cassidy - Paris (12-inch)
No.   18
, 1948 July 19: Caesar Searchinger - Frankfort
No.   18 (continued)
, 1948 September 10: Charles F. McCarthy - News and Weather (see # 3180)
No.   19
, 1948 September 15: Morgan Beatty
No.   20
, 1949 January 1: Henry Cassidy Report on Europe
No.   21
, 1949 January 8: Leon Pearson - Paris
No.   22
, 1949 January 15: Report on Europe - Paul Archinard and Leon Pearson
No.   23
, 1949 January 19: Robert McCormick
No.   24
1949 January 29: Report on Europe - Henry Cassidy, Paul Archinard and Leon Pearson
No.   25
, 1949 February 4: Report on Europe - Henry Cassidy
No.   26
, 1949 February 12: Jack Begren - Rome
No.   27
, 1949 February 21: Finland - foreign language broadcast
No.   28
, 1949 February 26: John McVane - Report on Europe
No.   29
, 1949 March 28: Eric Sevareid
No.   30
, 1949 April 21: Merrill Mueller - London (12-inch)
No.   31
, 1949 May 14: Merrill Mueller - Berlin
No.   32
, 1949 May 28: Merrill Mueller - Paris
No.   33
, 1949 June 14: Richard Harkness
No.   34
, 1949 July 29: Clifton Utley
No.   35
, 1949 August 31: Comments from Tokyo - introductions by George T. Folster
No.   36
, 1949 September 3: Special News Feed - Hamburg - interview with McCloy by Martin Agronsky
No.   37-40
, 1949 September 21: Felix Moreley - London
No.   41
, 1949 September 23: Merrill Mueller - Report on Europe
No.   42
, 1949 September 30: Morgan Beatty - London
No.   43
, 1949 December 10: Sydney - Maurice Chapman
No.   44
, 1949 December 31: Tokyo - George T. Folster
No.   45
, 1950 February 11: Leon Pearson (TV)
No.   46-47
, 1950 February 27: Merrill Mueller
No.   48-49
, 1950 April 30: Morgan Beatty - Signs of Our Times
No.   50-51
, 1950 May 7: Morgan Beatty - Signs of Our Times
No.   52-53
, 1950 May 14: Morgan Beatty - Signs of Our Times
No.   54-55
, 1950 September 14: Richard Harkness
No.   56-57
, 1950 October 20: Jay Royen's On the Record Show
No.   58
, 1950 October 27: Ned Brooks - Sunoco Three Star Extra (A&B are duplicate copies)
No.   59
, 1950 November 12: Elmo Roper
No.   60
, 1950 November 24: Richard Harkness Edits the News
No.   61
, 1950 November 28: Richard Harkness and the News
No.   62
, 1951 December 18: Lockwood Doty - Korea
No.   63
, 1952 January 12: Report from Turkey - commentator not identified
No.   64
, 1952 January 17: Captain Curt Carlson
No.   65
, 1952 February 6: George Hicks News - King George VI Tribute
No.   66
, 1952 February 17:Elmo Roper
No.   67
, 1952 June 14: Alex Dreier
No.   68-69
, 1952 September 21: Sunday News Desk - News editor - Bill Fitzgerald
No.   70
, 1952 October 5: Clifton Utley
No.   71
, 1952 November 2: Elmo Roper
No.   71 (continued)
, 1954 May 6: John Cameron Swayze - News Round-up (see # 2275-2276)
No.   72
, 1956 March 13: Edward P. Morgan
No.   73
, 1958 February 28: Today In Wall Street - Bob Wilson (12-inch)
No.   74
, 1958 August 8: Today In Wall Street - Bob Wilson (12-inch)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 October 8: News on the Hour - Russ Ward (see # 1421-1422)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 October 12: News on the Hour - Richard Harkness (see # 1423-1424)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 October 22: News on the Hour - Richard Harkness (see # 1425-1426)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 October 29: News on the Hour - Richard Harkness (see # 1427-1428)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 November 5: News on the Hour - Richard Harkness (see # 1429-1430)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 November 12: News on the Hour - Russ Ward (see # 1431-1432)
No.   74 (continued)
, 1958 December 12: Martin Agronsky News on the Hour (see # 2398-2401)
No.   74 (continued)
1959 January 19: Richard Harkness - News Round-up (see # Ferment In Iraq, #218-219)
No.   75
, between 1950-1953?: News Programs - Chief of Information - Regimental commander in Korea - no commentator
b. News of the World
No.   76
4/6/46
No.   77
6/16/47
No.   78
6/17/48
No.   79
6/21/48
No.   80
8/3/48
No.   81
1/3/49
No.   82
1/5/49
No.   83
1/6/49
No.   84
1/13/49
No.   85
1/18/49
No.   86
1/19/49
No.   87
1/20/49
No.   88
1/21/49
No.   89
1/25/49
No.   90
, 1/26/49 (7:15 PM)
No.   91
, 1/26/49 (11:15 PM)
No.   92
2/1/49
No.   93
2/2/49
No.   94
, 2/3/49 (7:15 PM)
No.   95
, 2/3/49 (11:15 PM)
No.   96
, 2/4/49 (7:15 PM)
No.   97
, 2/4/49 (11:15 PM)
No.   98
, 2/7/49 (7:15 PM)
No.   99
, 2/7/49 (11:15 PM)
No.   100
2/8/49
No.   101
2/9/49
No.   102
, 2/10/49 (7:15 PM)
No.   103
, 2/10/49 (11:15 PM)
No.   104
2/11/49
No.   105
2/14/49
No.   106
2/15/49
No.   107
2/16/49
No.   108
2/23/49
c. Memo from Lake Success
No.   109-111
6/12/48
No.   112-114
8/25/48
No.   115-118
8/28/48
d. The U.N. Is My Beat - Clark Eichelberger
No.   119
4/8/49
No.   120
4/15/49
No.   121
5/6/49
No.   122
5/20/49
No.   123
5/27/49
No.   124
6/3/49
No.   125
6/10/49
No.   126
6/24/49
No.   127
7/1/49
No.   128
7/2/49
No.   129
7/8/49
No.   130
7/15/49
No.   131
7/22/49
No.   132
8/5/49
No.   133
8/12/49
No.   134
8/19/49
No.   135
8/24/49
No.   136
8/26/49
No.   137
8/28/49
No.   138
9/2/49
No.   139
9/9/49
No.   140
9/16/49
No.   141
9/23/49
No.   142
9/30/49
No.   143
11/25/49
No.   144
12/9/49
No.   145
12/22/49
No.   146
4/28/50
No.   147
8/11/50
No.   148
9/22/50
No.   149
10/27/50
No.   150
1/12/50
e. Voices and Events - James Flemming
No.   151-152
8/28/49
No.   153-154
9/4/49
No.   155-156
9/11/49
No.   157-158
9/18/49
No.   159-160
5/6/50
No.   161-162
5/14/50
No.   163-164
1/25/52
f. World News Round-up - John McVane
No.   165
4/30/47
No.   166
5/1/47
No.   167
5/2/47
No.   168
5/3/47
No.   169
5/5/47
No.   170
5/6/47
No.   171
5/7/47
No.   172
5/9/47
No.   173
5/10/47
No.   174
2/17/49
g. Pulse - Gabe Pressman
No.   175
, 1/3/56 (12-inch)
No.   176
, 9/14/56 (12-inch)
No.   177
, 1/28/57 (12-inch)
No.   178
, 1/29/57 (12-inch)
No.   179
, 2/5/57 (12-inch)
No.   180
, 3/15/57 (12-inch)
No.   181
, 3/19/57 (12-inch)
No.   182
, 3/20/57 (12-inch)
No.   183
, 3/26/57 (12-inch)
No.   184
, 4/1/57 (12-inch)
No.   185
, 11/14/57 (12-inch)
No.   186
, 2/6/57 (12-inch)
h. Ask Washington (TV) - Bryson Rash
No.   187
11/22/59
No.   188
12/6/59
No.   189
12/13/59
No.   190
12/20/59
II. Special News Programs and Reports
a. Miscellaneous
No.   191-192
5/6/44: N.B.C. Stands By (preview of invasion coverage) parts 1, 2, 5 & 6 only (12-inch 78rpm)
No.   193
1/6/45: Roosevelt State of the Union Message Analysis Morgan Beatty, Richard Harkness and Lief Eid
No.   194-195
, 9/20/46: Henry Wallace Resignation Round-up
No.   196
9/2/47: What's the Late Word - Russell Black, Phil MacMurray - question and answer program on current news events
No.   197-200
5/17/48: Harold Stassen, Thomas Dewey - Communism Debate
No.   201-202
, 12/8/48: John Cameron Swayze - Mundt Talk (Hess - Chambers Case)
No.   203-205
, 1/1/49: Ten Best News Stories of 1948 - dramatized - commentator not identified
No.   206
, 1/19/49: Report from USS Susan of collision of “Gulf Stream” and “East Wind” - commentator not identified
No.   207
, 6/23/49: Report on Money and Jobs - Morgan Beatty
No.   208
, 8/13/49: 5% Hearing Report - David Brinkley
No.   209
, 11/29/49: DC-6 Crash Love Field Dallas - commentator not identified
No.   210-212
, 4/3/50: Economic Co-op Administration
No.   213
, 7/14/50: General Douglas MacArthur and General Collins
No.   214
, 8/22/50: Brookhaven Atomic Pile Story - W. W. Chaplin interviews Dr. Lyle B. Borst
No.   215
, 10/15/50: Special Broadcast from Wake Island - Frank Bourgholtzer
No.   216-217
, 7/26/53: President Eisenhower - U.N. Korean Truce
No.   218-219
, 1/19/59: Ferment in Iraq - Welles Hangen
No.   220
9/2/45: Parts of Special Program at the time of the Japanese Surrender (parts 19 & 21) - featuring H. V. Kaltenborn, Henry Cassidy, Max Hill, John W. Vandercook, Robert St. John and Caesar Searchinger
No.   221
, No Date: Julius Zenier from Korea (12-inch)
No.   222
, No Date: Sylvania Explosion - Gabe Pressman
b. Primaries
No.   223-224
, 3/9/52: Preview: New Hampshire
No.   225-226
, 3/11/52: Returns: New Hampshire
No.   227-228
, 3/31/52: Preview: Nebraska - Wisconsin
No.   229-230
, 4/1/52: Returns: Wisconsin
No.   231-232
, 4/7/52: Preview: Illinois
No.   233-234
, 4/8/52: Returns: Illinois
No.   235-236
, 4/14/52: Preview: New Jersey
No.   237-238
, 5/5/52: Preview: Ohio - Florida
No.   239-240
, 5/6/52: Returns: Ohio - Florida
No.   241-242
, 5/15/52: Preview: Oregon
No.   243-244
, 6/2/52: Returns: California
No.   245-248
, 6/5/52: Returns: California
c. Elections
No.   249-250
, 5/8/48: Socialist Party Convention
No.   251-252
, 6/19/48: Convention Preview - Republican
No.   253-254
, 6/20/48: A Preview of the Voting
No.   255-263
, 6/24/48: Republican Convention Balloting
No.   264
, 6/29/48: Leon Henderson Conference
No.   265-266
, 7/13/48: Convention Special (Democratic)
No.   267
, 7/14/48: Convention Special (Democratic) - plea to leave civil rights in platform by Hubert Humphrey and another delegate (part 3 of 10 only)
No.   268-269
, 10/8/48: New York State Democratic Convention
No.   270
, 11/2/48: Election Preview
No.   271
, 11/2/48: Election Special
No.   272-298
11/2&3/48: Election Returns (54 out of 64 parts - missing are: 2, 4, 18, 30, 46, 48, 61, 62, 63, 64)
No.   299-300
, 9/18/49: Western Democratic Conference
No.   301
, 10/28/49: Campaign Speech by Vito Marcantonio
No.   302
, 11/1/49: Campaign Speech by Vito Marcantonio
No.   303
, 11/7/49: Campaign Speech by Vito Marcantonio
No.   304
, 6/7/52: Mike 95 (Ike's arrival in Abilene)
No.   305
, 7/1/52: Convention News Conference
No.   306
, 7/2/52: Convention News Conference
No.   307
, 7/3/52: Convention News Conference
No.   308
, 7/5/52: Convention News Conference
No.   309-310
, 7/6/52: A Preview of the Voting
No.   311
, 7/14/52: Convention News Conference
No.   312
, 7/15/52: Convention News Conference
No.   313
, 7/16/52: Convention News Conference
No.   314
, 7/17/52: Convention News Conference
No.   315-316
, 10/9/52: Election Preview
No.   317-318
, 10/23/52: Election Preview
No.   319
, 11/4/52: Election Preview
No.   320-326
, 11/4/52: Election Coverage (part 1-13 & 15)
No.   327-328
, 11/4/52: Post Election Commentary
No.   329-341
, 11/6/56: Election Coverage
d. Senate Committee Hearings
Appropriations
No.   342-344
6/9/48: Arthur H. Vandenberg on Foreign Aid (parts 1-2, 8 only)
No.   345-364
, 6/11/48: Senate Appropriations Hearings - complete (20)
Armed Services:
No.   365
, 8/10/49: Joint Chiefs of Staff - General Omar Bradley
No.   366-368
, 1/10/51: Sub. Committee: introduction by Lyndon Johnson
Banking and Currency:
No.   369-372
, 8/9/49: 5% Hearing
No.   373-376
, 8/10/49: 5% Hearing
No.   377-382
, 8/12/49: 5% Hearing
No.   383-386
, 8/15/49: 5% Hearing
No.   387-392
, 8/16/49: 5% Hearing
No.   393-394
Civil Service: , 12/14/48
No.   395-407
Fair Trade: , 12/15/48: Macy Committee
No.   408-413
Finance: , 12/10/48
Foreign Affairs:
No.   414-417
, 8/19/49: Henry Wallace
No.   418-422
, 3/8/50: Joseph McCarthy vs. Kenyon
No.   423-428
, 3/9/50: Joseph McCarthy
Foreign Relations:
No.   429
, 3/28/47: Aid to Greece
No.   430-434
, 1/13/49: Dean Acheson Hearing
No.   435-445
, 4/27/49: Dean Acheson Hearing
No.   446-449
, 4/28/49: Dean Acheson Hearing (parts 1-8 only)
No.   450-455
, 3/13/50: McCarthy vs. Haldore Hanson and Ester C. Brunauer
No.   456
, 3/13/50: Haldore Hanson Refutation (12-inch)
No.   457-468
, 3/14/50: Joseph McCarthy vs. Gustavo Duran - Afternoon session - Mrs. Kenyon replies
No.   469-474
, 3/20/50: Phillip C. Jessup testifying
No.   475-482
, 3/27/50: Millard E. Tydings vs. Joseph McCarthy: Herbert Hoover vs. J. Howard McGrath
No.   483-487
, 3/28/50: J. Howard McGrath
No.   488-494
, 4/5/50: J. Howard McGrath
No.   495-498
, 4/6/50: J. Howard McGrath
No.   499-510
, 4/20/50: Millard E. Tydings Subcommittee
No.   511-516
, 4/25/50: Millard E. Tydings Subcommittee
No.   517-522
4/28/50: Earl Browder, witness
No.   523-528
4/28/50: Fredrick V. Field, witness
No.   529-536
, 5/1/50: Subcommittee
No.   537-548
, 5/2/50: Subcommittee
No.   549-555
, 5/3/50: Subcommittee
No.   556-557
, 6/22/50: Subcommittee
No.   558-565
, 6/23/50: Subcommittee
Judiciary:
No.   566-578
, 5/27/48: Karl E. Mundt - Richard Nixon Bill
No.   579-595
, 5/31/48: Karl E. Mundt - Richard Nixon Bill (PM session)
Labor and Management:
No.   596-598
2/2/49
No.   599-600
, 3/27/57: John McClellan Investigation
Select Committee:
No.   601-606
, 3/19/51: Crime Hearing: Senator Estes Kefauver (parts 5-16 only)
No.   607-611
, 3/21/51: United Labor Conference
No.   612-613
, 2/10/56: Campaign Contribution Investigation Francis H. Case
War Investigation:
No.   614-615
8/7/47
No.   616-634
1/23/48
e. House Committee Hearings
Armed Services:
No.   635-639
, 10/6/49: Navy Hearings
No.   640-645
, 10/7/49: Navy Hearings
No.   646-649
, 10/10/49: Navy - AM Session
No.   650-656
, 10/13/49: Navy Hearings
No.   657-661
, 10/17/14: Navy Hearings
No.   662-669
, 10/18/49: Navy Hearings
No.   670-677
, 10/19/49: Navy - AM Session
No.   678-679
10/19/49: PM session (parts 1, 3, 6, and 8 only)
Education and Labor:
No.   680-690
9/2/48
No.   691-692
, 7/7/49: Westbrook Pegler Hearing
Foreign Affairs:
No.   693
, 2/24/48: Henry Wallace
No.   694-699
, 7/28/49: Dean Acheson
No.   700-701
, 7/29/48: Secretary Louis A. Johnson
No.   702-705
, 8/1/49: General George C. Marshall
Hearings:
No.   706-717
, 8/9/48: Parts 1-12
No.   718-731
8/10/48: Parts 10, 13, 14, and 15 only
Un-American Activities:
No.   732
, 3/26/47: J. Edgar Hoover (part 1 only)
No.   733
, 7/7/48: Department Store Union Heads
No.   734-744
8/10/48: Parts 1-9, 16, 18, only
No.   745-747
8/11/48
No.   748-751
8/12/48
No.   752-754
8/25/48
No.   755-758
12/7/48
No.   759-763
12/8/48
No.   764-766
12/9/48
No.   767-769
12/10/48
No.   770-771
6/28/49
No.   772
, 7/18/49: Jackie Robinson
No.   773-774
, 3/21/51: Larry Parks (12-inch)
f. Joint Committee Hearings
Atomic Energy:
No.   775-778
5/26/49
No.   779-784
, 6/1/49: David E. Lilienthal - Bourke B. Hickenlooper
No.   785-790
, 6/2/49: Lilienthal - Hickenlooper
No.   791-795
, 6/6/49: Lilienthal - Hickenlooper (parts 2 and 4 missing)
No.   796-801
, 6/8/49: Lilienthal - Hickenlooper
No.   802-807
, 6/9/49: Lilienthal - Hickenlooper
No.   808-813
Economics: , 12/17/48
No.   814-817
Finance: `, 12/9/48
No.   818-821
Foreign Affairs:, 2/8/49
Foreign Relations:
No.   822-827
, 2/21/51: Troops to Europe
No.   828-833
, 2/22/51: Troops to Europe
No.   834-837
, 2/22/51: (records from the above Troops to Europe)
No.   838-845
2/23/51: Troops to Europe: Governor Harold Stassen (parts 1-8, 21-25 only)
Home Rule and Reorganization:
No.   846-851
, 2/2/48: James Coats Auchincloss Hearings
No.   852-855
, 2/3/48: James Coats Auchincloss Hearings
g. Press Conferences and Interviews
No.   856-858
, 3/6/48: Paul J. Hoffman
No.   859
, 3/10/48: King Michael
No.   860-863
, 5/4/48: Paul J. Hoffman
No.   864
, 6/15/48: Captain Yaeger on Rocket Plane
No.   865
, 6/30/48: Paul J. Hoffman (12-inch)
No.   866-867
, 7/20/48: Herbert Brownell
No.   868-869
, 7/30/48: Elizabeth Bentley Testimony
No.   870
, 9/16/48: Senator Alben W. Barkley
No.   871-872
, 9/21/48: Russell Long
No.   873
, 10/13/48: Wayne Coy
No.   874-875
, 10/21/48: General Lucius DuB. Clay
No.   876-877
, 11/18/48: Senator J. Howard McGrath
No.   878-879
, 12/16/48: House - Un-American Activities
No.   880
, 1/4/49: Secretary Kenneth C. Royall
No.   881-884
, 2/7/49: Herbert Hoover Press Conference and Commission Hearing
No.   885-886
, 5/17/49: General Lucius DuB. Clay
No.   887
, 8/17/49: Oscar Ewing
No.   888
, 8/24/49: Senator Harry F. Byrd (12-inch)
No.   889
, 9/2/49: Secretary Louis A. Johnson
No.   890
, 9/9/49: Sir Stafford Cripps and Ernest Bevin
No.   891-892
, 11/28/49: David E. Lilienthal
No.   893-894
, 12/29/49: Senator Matthew J. Connelly
No.   895
, 1/3/50: Speaker Sam Rayburn
No.   896
, No Date: Chief of Information - Commander in Korea
No.   897-898
, 1/5/50: Senators Joseph O'Mahoney and Sheridan Downey
No.   899-900
, 1/10/50: Defense Secretary Louis A. Johnson
No.   901
, 2/13/50: Under Secretary John E. Peurifoy
No.   902
, 2/17/50: Under Secretary John E. Peurifoy
No.   903-904
, 4/21/50: Owen Lattimore
No.   905
, 5/4/50: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy
No.   906
, 5/9/50: Vice President Alben W. Barkley
No.   907-908
, 8/9/50: W. Averill Harriman
No.   909
, 2/9/51: General Joseph L. Collins
No.   910
, 5/24/51: President Harry S. Truman (12-inch)
No.   911
, 6/24/57: Prime Minister Kishi (Japan)
III. Special on the Spot Broadcasts
a. Miscellaneous
No.   912-913
, 5/6/37: Hindenburg Disaster - Herbert Morrison of WLS Chicago
No.   914-920
, 5/12/37: Coronation of King George VI - Commentators not mentioned
No.   921-922
, 8/29/40: Draft Lottery - first members - Carlton Smith
No.   923-926
, 1/20/41: Inauguration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Vice President Henry Wallace
No.   927-928
, 1/20/41: Inauguration Program and Parade
No.   929-930
, 12/11/41: President Roosevelt's War Message to Congress
No.   931-933
1/19/45: Inaugural Ball and Banquet (parts 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, only)
No.   934-935
, 1/20/45: Presidential Inauguration
No.   936-939
, 4/14/45: F.D.R. Funeral Procession
No.   940-941
, 4/14/45: F.D.R. Funeral Service
No.   942-944
, 4/15/45: F.D.R. Burial Service
No.   945-947
, 4/25/45: San Francisco UN Conference on International Organization
No.   948-966
, 5/8/45: UN Day Programs (all but parts 33 and 35)
No.   967
, 8/12/45: False Flash - regarding Japanese Surrender
No.   968-971
8/14/45: VJ Day Program (parts 1-6, 8, 14, 16)
No.   972-975
, 9/1/45: Japanese Surrender ceremony - President Truman
No.   976
, 9/2/45: Lieutenant Commander Raymond E. Dillion
No.   977-978
, 7/1/46: Congressional Roosevelt Memorial Service
No.   979-980
, 7/27/46: Secretary of State James F. Byrness leaving Washington - Harry Truman
No.   981
, 1/3/47: Opening 80th Congress
No.   982-983
, 4/12/47: Roosevelt Memorial
No.   984-985
, 4/29/47: Arrival of President Miguel Aleman - Republic of Mexico
No.   986-987
, 1/1/48: Tournament of Roses
No.   988-990
, 7/19/48: General John J. Pershing Funeral
No.   991-993
, 1/5/48: Arrival of President Truman
No.   994-997
, 1/3/49: Opening of 81st Congress
No.   998-1003
, 1/6/49: Electoral College
No.   1004-1007
, 4/4/49: Signing of North Atlantic Pact - Ken Evans
No.   1008
4/5/49: UN General Assembly - John McVane, Leon Pearson, Ben Grauer
No.   1009-1010
, 11/18/49: The Alben W. Barkley Wedding
No.   1011
, 8/17/50: A Letter from Truman
No.   1012
, 10/15/50: Special from Wake Island - Frank Bourgholtzer
No.   1013-1015
, 1/3/51: Opening of 82nd Congress
No.   1016-1017
, 4/18/51: General Douglas MacArthur's Arrival
No.   1018-1019
, 4/30/51: General Douglas MacArthur in Tennessee
No.   1020
, 1/6/52: King George VI Tribute
No.   1021-1023
, 3/4/52: Christening Ceremonies for the Coast Guard cutter “Courier” (for “Voice of America” broadcasting)
No.   1024-1026
, 5/3/52: Truman White House Story (12-inch 78rpm)
No.   1027
, No Date: Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes (12-inch)
No.   1028-1029
, No Date: 100th Graduation US Naval Academy
b. Foreign Radio Broadcasts
No.   1030
, 2/17/47: Russian Broadcasts
No.   1031
, 5/28/47: Mary Spaulding and Alice Estaba Williams (in Spanish)
No.   1032-1033
, 5/24/48: Opening International Peasants Union Mikalayczyk - Dimitrov
No.   1034-1035
, 3/29/39: Tel Aviv Recording (12-inch 78rpm)
No.   1036-1037
, 5/30/50: GAR Memorial Day Services
No.   1038-1039
, 9/12/50: Radio Moscow
No.   1040
, 8/30/52: Radio Luxemburg (in French)
Series B: Public Affairs - Analysis and Discussion, 1957-1959
Physical Description: 993 disc recordings 
I. National and International Government and Politics - Regular Series:
a. Miscellaneous
No.   1041
, 7/8/49: American the World Over
No.   1042-1043
, 11/12/50: Meet Your Congress
No.   1044-1045
, 8/2/54: Comment
No.   1046-1047
, 12/20/54: Your Land and Mine: Henry J. Taylor
b. Meet the Press
No.   1048-1049
11/13/47
No.   1050
12/3/48
No.   1051-1052
9/5/49
No.   1053-1054
10/1/49
No.   1055-1056
10/8/49
No.   1057-1058
10/29/49
No.   1059-1060
11/13/49
No.   1061-1062
11/22/49
No.   1063-1064
9/23/51
No.   1065-1066
5/4/52
No.   1067-1068
5/25/52
No.   1069-1070
6/8/52
No.   1071-1072
7/27/52
No.   1073-1074
8/3/52
No.   1075-1076
9/7/52
No.   1077-1078
9/21/52
No.   1079-1080
9/28/52
No.   1081-1082
10/5/52
No.   1083-1084
10/19/52
No.   1085-1086
10/26/52
No.   1087-1088
11/16/52
No.   1089-1090
11/23/52
No.   1091-1092
8/9/52
No.   1093-1094
12/6/53
No.   1095-1096
12/13/53
No.   1097-1098
12/27/53
No.   1099-1100
4/11/54
No.   1101-1102
10/10/54
c. American Forum of the Air - Theodore Granik
No.   1103-1104
6/3/50
No.   1105-1106
8/6/50
No.   1107-1108
10/8/50
No.   1109-1110
10/15/50
No.   1111-1112
10/22/50
No.   1113-1114
10/29/50
No.   1115-1116
1/6/52
No.   1117-1118
2/3/52
No.   1119-1120
2/10/52
No.   1121-1122
3/9/52
No.   1123-1124
3/16/52
No.   1125-1126
3/23/52
No.   1127-1128
3/30/52
No.   1129-1130
4/6/52
No.   1131-1132
4/13/52
No.   1133-1134
4/20/52
No.   1135-1136
5/4/52
No.   1137-1138
5/11/52
No.   1139-1140
5/18/52
No.   1141-1142
5/25/52
No.   1143-1144
6/1/52
No.   1145-1146
6/15/52
No.   1147-1148
6/22/52
No.   1149-1150
6/29/52
No.   1151-1152
8/3/52
No.   1153-1154
8/10/52
No.   1155-1156
8/17/52
No.   1157-1158
8/31/52
No.   1159-1160
9/7/52
No.   1161-1162
9/14/52
No.   1163-1164
9/21/52
No.   1165-1166
9/28/52
No.   1167-1168
10/5/52
No.   1169-1170
10/19/52
No.   1171-1172
10/26/52
No.   1173-1174
11/2/52
No.   1175-1176
11/9/52
No.   1177-1178
11/12/52
No.   1179-1180
11/16/52
No.   1181-1182
11/23/52
No.   1183-1184
11/30/52
No.   1185-1186
12/7/52
No.   1187-1188
12/14/52
No.   1189-1190
12/21/52
No.   1191-1192
12/28/52
d. University of Chicago Roundtable
Scope and Content Note: (current event topics are discussed by well known people in the particular field)
No.   1193-1194
4/11/48
No.   1195-1196
7/25/48
No.   1197-1198
8/1/48
No.   1199-1200
8/8/48
No.   1201-1202
10/17/48
No.   1203-1204
10/24/48
No.   1205-1206
10/31/48
No.   1207-1208
11/7/48
No.   1209-1210
11/21/48
No.   1211-1212
11/28/48
No.   1213-1214
12/5/48
No.   1215-1216
12/12/48
No.   1217-1218
1/2/49
No.   1219-1220
1/9/49
No.   1221-1222
1/16/49
No.   1223-1224
1/23/49
No.   1225-1226
1/30/49
No.   1227-1228
2/6/49
No.   1229-1230
2/13/49
No.   1231-1232
2/20/49
No.   1233-1234
2/27/49
No.   1235-1236
3/6/49
No.   1237-1238
3/20/49
No.   1239-1240
4/3/49
No.   1241-1242
4/10/49
No.   1243-1244
4/17/49
No.   1245-1246
4/24/49
No.   1247-1248
5/1/49
No.   1249-1250
5/8/49
No.   1251-1252
5/15/49
No.   1253-1254
5/22/49
No.   1255-1256
5/29/49
No.   1257-1258
6/5/49
No.   1259-1260
6/12/49
No.   1261-1262
6/26/49
No.   1263-1264
7/3/49
No.   1265-1266
7/10/49
No.   1267-1268
7/17/49
No.   1269-1270
7/24/49
No.   1271-1272
7/31/49
No.   1273-1274
8/7/49
No.   1275-1276
8/14/48
No.   1277-1278
8/21/49
No.   1279-1280
8/28/49
No.   1281-1282
9/4/49
No.   1283-1284
9/11/49
No.   1285-1286
2/18/50
No.   1287-1288
2/25/50
No.   1289-1290
3/5/50
No.   1291-1292
3/25/50
No.   1293-1294
4/1/50
No.   1295-1296
4/8/50
No.   1297-1298
4/15/50
No.   1299-1300
4/22/50
No.   1301-1302
4/29/50
No.   1303-1304
5/7/50
No.   1305-1306
5/14/50
No.   1307-1308
5/21/50
No.   1309-1310
5/28/50
No.   1311-1312
6/11/50
No.   1313-1314
6/18/50
No.   1315-1316
6/25/50
No.   1317-1318
7/2/50
No.   1319-1320
7/9/50
No.   1321-1322
7/16/50
No.   1323-1324
7/23/50
No.   1325-1326
7/30/50
No.   1327-1328
8/13/50
No.   1329-1330
8/30/50
No.   1331-1332
8/27/50
No.   1333-1334
9/3/40
No.   1335-1336
9/10/50
No.   1337-1338
9/17/50
No.   1339-1340
9/24/50
No.   1341-1342
10/8/50
No.   1343-1344
10/15/50
No.   1345-1346
10/22/50
No.   1347-1348
10/29/50
No.   1349-1350
11/5/50
No.   1351-1352
11/12/50
No.   1353-1354
11/19/50
No.   1355-1356
12/3/50
No.   1357-1358
12/10/50
No.   1359-1360
12/24/50
No.   1361-1362
12/31/50
No.   1363-1364
2/11/51
No.   1365-1366
2/25/51
No.   1367-1368
3/4/51
No.   1369-1370
3/11/51
No.   1371-1372
3/18/51
No.   1373-1374
3/25/51
No.   1375-1376
4/1/51
No.   1377-1378
4/8/51
No.   1379-1380
4/15/51
No.   1381-1382
4/22/51
No.   1383-1384
4/29/51
No.   1385-1386
5/20/51
No.   1387-1388
5/27/51
No.   1389-1390
6/3/51
No.   1391-1392
6/10/51
No.   1393-1394
7/1/51
No.   1395-1396
7/15/51
e. The United States In World Affairs
Scope and Content Note: (different, prominent broadcaster each time)
No.   1397-1398
4/3/49
No.   1399-1400
4/10/49
No.   1401-1402
4/17/49
No.   1403-1404
4/24/49
No.   1405-1406
5/1/49
No.   1407-1408
5/8/49
f. Focus on Latin America - Dr. William C. Davis (director of Latin American studies, George Washington University)
No.   1409-1410
10/8/58
No.   1411-1412
10/15/58
No.   1413-1414
10/22/58
No.   1415-1416
10/29/58)
No.   1417-1418
11/5/58
No.   1419-1420
11/12/58
II. National and International Government and Politics - Special Broadcasts
a. Miscellaneous
No.   1421-1422
, 4/27/47: Our Foreign Policy
No.   1423-1424
, 5/17/47: Our Foreign Policy
No.   1425-1426
, 6/28/47: Our Foreign Policy
No.   1427-1429
, 7/23/47: Living Together as Peoples and Nations (12-inch 78rpm)
No.   1430-1431
, 3/4/50: The World We Want
No.   1432-1433
, 11/5/59: Teenagers Speak Up
b. On the U.N.
No.   1434
, 4/28/47: Special Meeting of United Nations General Assembly
No.   1435-1436
, 10/29/47: Your United Nations
No.   1437
, 9/26/48: United States National Committee for UNESCO
No.   1438-1439
, 10/22/48: UN Week: Little Assembly
No.   1440
, 4/5/49: UN General Assembly
No.   1441-1442
, 10/2/49: Junction In Europe
No.   1443-1448
, 2/3/50: World Federation Hearings
No.   1449
, 12/1/50: Special Program for Human Rights Day
No.   1450
1/4/50: Ambassador Ernest Gross, USA and Family
No.   1451-1452
, 11/1/56: Can Freedom Win?
No.   1453-1454
, 11/8/56: Can Freedom Win?
No.   1455
, No Date: Rex Harrison and Lili Palmer and UN Children
c. On Bill S-1333 (foreign policy)
No.   1456
, 6/5/47: Special Transcription on S-1333
No.   1457-1460
, 6/6/47: Richard Harkness Senate Bill S-1333
No.   1461-1462
, 6/7/47: Lief Eid Composite S-1333
No.   1463-1464
, 6/11/47: “On Our Foreign Policy” - S-1333
No.   1465
, 6/16/47: Taft - Green Composite on S-1333
No.   1466
, 6/16/47: Lief Eid Composite on S-1333
III. National Affairs: Domestic - Regular Series
a. Miscellaneous
No.   1467-1469
, 8/15/45: End of World War II Special (3)
No.   1470
, 4/9/47: On “Avenue of the Americas” in N.Y.C.
No.   1471
, 4/17/47: How's Your Health
No.   1472
, 4/26/47: How's Your Health
No.   1473
, 5/24/47: Consumer Time
No.   1474
, 5/31/47: Consumer Time
No.   1475
, 5/29/48: New York Port Authority - Special Events
No.   1476-1477
, 6/15/48: N.B.C. Life - G.O.P. Picture
No.   1478
, 4/30/49: Your Health Today
No.   1479-1480
, 5/7/49: Quiz for Congress
No.   1481-1482
, 5/12/49: Quiz for Congress
No.   1483-1484
, 10/3/52: Meaning of America
No.   1485-1486
, 8/9/53: Mind Your Manners
No.   1487-1488
, 1/8/56: Citizens Union Searchlight
No.   1489-1490
, 4/15/56: Citizens Union Searchlight
No.   1491-1492
, 5/27/56: Discussion
No.   1493-1494
, 9/19/56: Salute
No.   1495
, 2/3/57: Kiplinger Report
No.   1496
6/23/58: Today, Tomorrow In Science (12-inch)
No.   1497
6/27/58: Today, Tomorrow In Science (12-inch)
No.   1498
8/22/58: Today, Tomorrow In Science (12-inch)
No.   1499
, No Date: Your Health Today
b. Viewpoint - TV
Scope and Content Note: (well known figures are asked for viewpoint on certain issues)
No.   1500
1/13/52
No.   1501
2/10/52
No.   1502
3/2/52
No.   1503
4/20/52
No.   1504
5/4/52
No.   1505
6/29/52
No.   1506
7/13/52
No.   1507
7/27/52
No.   1508
8/3/52
No.   1509
8/10/52
No.   1510
8/17/52
No.   1511
9/2/52
No.   1512
10/5/52
No.   1513
10/19/52
No.   1514-1515
3/25/56
No.   1516-1517
5/6/56
No.   1518-1519
5/13/56
No.   1520-1521
5/27/56
No.   1522-1523
6/3/56
No.   1524-1525
6/17/56
No.   1526-1527
6/24/56
No.   1528-1529
7/1/56
No.   1530-1531
7/8/56
No.   1532-1533
7/15/56
No.   1534-1535
7/22/56
No.   1536-1537
7/29/56
No.   1538-1539
8/5/56
No.   1540-1541
8/12/56
No.   1542-1543
8/19/56
No.   1544-1545
8/26/56
No.   1546-1547
9/9/56
No.   1548-1549
9/16/56
No.   1550-1551
9/30/56
No.   1552-1553
10/7/56
No.   1554-1555
10/14/56
No.   1556-1557
10/28/56
No.   1558-1559
11/4/56
No.   1560-1561
11/11/56
No.   1562-1563
11/18/56
No.   1564-1565
11/25/56
No.   1566-1567
12/2/56
No.   1568-1569
12/9/56
c. America United
Scope and Content Note: (Representatives of labor, management, and agriculture get together for discussion on vital issues)
No.   1570-1571
1/12/47
No.   1572-1573
1/26/47
No.   1574-1575
2/2/47
No.   1576-1577
2/16/47
No.   1578-1579
2/23/47
No.   1580-1581
1/6/50
No.   1582-1583
1/12/50
No.   1584-1585
1/27/50
No.   1586-1587
2/3/50
No.   1588-1589
2/10/50
No.   1590-1591
2/12/50
No.   1592-1593
2/16/50
No.   1594-1595
3/3/50
No.   1596-1597
3/10/50
No.   1598-1599
3/19/50
No.   1600-1601
4/2/50
No.   1602-1603
4/23/50
No.   1604-1605
5/14/50
No.   1606-1607
6/4/50
No.   1608-1609
6/25/50
No.   1610-1611
7/9/50
No.   1612-1613
2/11/50
No.   1614-1615
2/18/50
No.   1616-1617
2/25/51
No.   1618-1619
3/25/51
No.   1620-1621
4/15/51
No.   1622-1623
4/22/51
No.   1624-1625
4/29/51
No.   1626-1627
5/27/51
No.   1628-1629
6/3/51
No.   1630-1631
6/10/51
No.   1632-1633
7/27/51
No.   1634-1635
8/5/51
No.   1636-1637
8/26/51
No.   1638-1639
9/9/51
No.   1640-1641
9/30/51
No.   1642-1643
10/14/51
No.   1644-1645
10/28/51
No.   1646-1647
11/11/51
No.   1648-1649
11/25/51
No.   1650-1651
12/16/51
No.   1652-1653
12/23/51
d. Public Affairs
Scope and Content Note: (A specialist on a particular “public affairs” speaks)
No.   1654
2/12/48
No.   1655
6/19/48
No.   1656
12/4/48
No.   1657
12/11/48
No.   1658
4/30/49
No.   1659
5/7/49
No.   1660
11/19/49
No.   1661
12/13/49
No.   1662
3/11/50
No.   1663
1/12/50
No.   1664
8/2/50
No.   1665-1666
8/2/50
e. The First Freedom
No.   1667-1668
8/27?/50
No.   1669-1670
9/13/50
No.   1671-1672
10/1/50
No.   1673-1674
10/22/50
No.   1675-1676
10/29/50
No.   1677-1678
11/12/50
f. Living, 1948-1950
Scope and Content Note: (different current interest topics are introduced each week, and broadcast in a different way--dramatically, newscast form...)
No.   1679-1680
6/27/48
No.   1681-1682
10/17/48
No.   1683-1684
10/24/48
No.   1685-1686
10/30/48
No.   1687-1688
10/31/48
No.   1689-1690
11/3/48
No.   1691-1692
11/14/48
No.   1693-1694
11/21/48
No.   1695-1696
11/28/48
No.   1697-1698
12/5/48
No.   1699-1700
5/1/49
No.   1701-1702
5/22/49
No.   1703-1704
11/3/49
No.   1705-1706
9/21/50
g. The Eleanor Roosevelt Program
No.   1707-1708
2/15/50
No.   1709-1710
10/4/50
No.   1711-1713
10/12/50
No.   1714-1716
10/16/50
No.   1717-1719
10/17/50
No.   1720-1722
10/18/50
No.   1723-1725
10/19/50
No.   1726-1728
10/23/50
No.   1729-1732
10/24/50
No.   1733-1735
10/30/50
No.   1736-1738
11/1/50
No.   1739-1741
11/20/50
No.   1742-1744
11/27/50
No.   1745-1747
11/28/50
No.   1748-1751
12/1/50
No.   1752-1754
12/4/50
No.   1755-1757
12/6/50
No.   1758-1760
12/8/50
No.   1761-1762
No Date
IV. National Affairs: Domestic - Special Broadcasts
a. Miscellaneous
No.   1763-1764
, 8/18/37: Celebrating Birth of Virginia Dare
No.   1765-1766
, 3/4/39: 150th Anniversary of Congress
No.   1767-1768
, 8/28/47: Salvation Army Salutes the American Legion
No.   1769-1770
, 9/30/47: Housing Debate
No.   1771-1772
, 3/13/48: Eleven for Democracy (12-inch 78rpm)
No.   1773-1774
, 8/8/48: You Are Not Alone
No.   1775-1776
, 9/19/48: The Hungry Dollar
No.   1777-1778
, 9/26/48: The Hungry Dollar
No.   1779
, 10/1/48: National Employ the Physically [Disabled] Week
No.   1780
, 1/13/49: March of Dimes
No.   1781
, 2/7/49: Homes for Everybody
No.   1782-1783
, 3/2/49: The Red Cross Show - Nancy Osgood
No.   1784-1785
, 12/15/49: 158th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights
No.   1786-1787
, 5/15/50: National Defense and Foreign Policy
No.   1788-1789
, 11/29/50: Voices of Freedom
No.   1790-1791
, 1/20/51: America at Mid-Century
No.   1792-1793
, 1/27/51: America at Mid-Century
No.   1794-1795
, 3/30/51: The American Woman 1951
No.   1796
, 6/6/51: Plan for Survival
No.   1797
, 1/19/52: Alcoholism
No.   1798-1799
, 7/4/52: United States - Canadian Independence
No.   1800-1801
, 10/17/52: Meaning of America
No.   1802-1804
, 10/22/52: Goals for Young Americans
No.   1805-1806
, 12/15/52: Outlook for Civil Liberties
No.   1807-1808
, 12/27/52: The 40 Million
No.   1809-1810
, 8/19/53: Under the Sign of Jpiter (Rx)
No.   1811
, 4/17/54: Women Are First Class Citizens
No.   2275-2276
5/6/54: Go South Young Man, Go South - about Jerusalem
No.   1812-1813
, 6/24/54: Teenage Drinking
No.   1814-1815
, 3/8/55: New York Closeup
Scope and Content Note: (discussion of new movie “Blackboard Jungle” also interview with Bill Keating)
No.   1816-1817
, 3/12/55: Girl Scout Birthday Party
No.   1818-1819
, 6/6/56: Prejudice and Politics
No.   1820
, 6/25/56: New Light on American History
No.   1821-1822
, 7/11/56: Fears Men Live By
No.   1823-1824
, 9/27/56: Patterns and Politics
No.   1825-1826
, 10/11/56: Rx Marks the Spot
No.   1827-1828
, 11/5/56: See You at the Polls (12-inch - 33 1/3)
No.   1829
, 2/11/57: Progress Report NAACP
No.   1830
, 3/20/57: Justice and the Negro Press
No.   1831-1832
, 9/3/58: The Strategy of Non Military Combat
No.   1833-1834
, 8/10/59: Labor Legislation
No.   1835-1836
, 10/4/59: The Pharmacist
No.   1837-1838
, 11/30/59: The Curtain
b. On Education
No.   1839
, 10/23/47: Women and Education
No.   1840-1841
, 10/24/47: This Land and Its People
No.   1842-1844
, 11/10/47: New Roads In Science and Education
No.   1845
, 6/6/48: National Education Association
No.   1846-1847
, 6/14/48: New Roads In Science and Education
No.   1848-1849
, 6/17/48: New Roads In Science and Education
No.   1850
, 12/30/49: National Students' Congress
No.   1851-1852
, 3/15/52: Is High School Worthwhile?
No.   1853-1854
, 3/23/52: Inside Our Schools
No.   1855-1856
, 6/13/54: Conference Four
No.   1857-1858
, 11/13/54: Literature Goes to College
No.   1859-1860
, 9/2/55: Citizens View Our Public Schools
No.   1861-1862
, 9/16/55: Citizens View Our Public Schools
No.   1863-1864
, 2/20/56: You and Your School Board
No.   1865
, 8/26/56: Schools and the Political Platform
No.   1866-1867
, 11/13/56: Why go to School?
No.   1868-1869
, 8/6/58: A Hard Look at U.S. Schools
No.   1870-1871
, 8/13/58: A Hard Look at U.S. Schools
No.   1872-1873
, 8/20/58: A Hard Look at U.S. Schools
No.   1874-1875
, 8/27/58: A Hard Look at U.S. Schools
No.   1876-1877
, 9/10/58: Should We Revise Our Educational System?
No.   1878
, 10/12/59: Go Science Young Man
No.   1879
, 10/19/59: Go Science Young Man
No.   1880
, 11/9/59: Go Science Young Man
No.   1881
, 11/16/59: Go Science Young Man
V. National Affairs: Literary
a. Critic at Large
No.   1882
10/28/51
No.   1883
11/4/51
No.   1884
11/11/51
No.   1885
12/16/51
No.   1886
12/23/51
No.   1887
3/16/52
No.   1888
9/21/52
No.   1889
8/11/58
No.   1890
8/12/58
No.   1891
8/14/58
b. The Author Meets the Critics - John K. M. McCaffery
No.   1892-1893
7/6/47
No.   1894-1895
7/17/47
No.   1896-1898
9/11/47
No.   1899-1901
9/21/47
No.   1902-1903
10/2/47
No.   1904-1905
10/19/47
No.   1906-1907
10/26/47
No.   1908-1909
11/2/47
No.   1910-1912
11/9/47
No.   1913-1914
11/16/47
No.   1915-1916
11/23/47
No.   1917-1918
11/30/47
No.   1919-1920
12/7/47
No.   1921-1922
12/14/47
No.   1923-1924
5/30/48
No.   1925-1926
6/6/48
No.   1927-1928
6/13/48
No.   1929-1930
6/20/48
No.   1931-1932
7/4/48
No.   1933-1934
7/18/48
No.   1935-1936
7/25/48
No.   1937-1938
8/1/48
No.   1939-1940
8/15/48
No.   1941-1942
10/17/48
No.   1943-1944
11/7/48
No.   1945-1946
11/21/48
No.   1947-1948
11/28/48
No.   1949-1950
12/5/48
No.   1951-1952
12/12/48
No.   1953-1954
12/14/48
No.   1955-1956
1/2/49
No.   1957-1958
1/16/49
No.   1959-1960
1/23/49
No.   1961-1962
1/30/49
No.   1963-1964
2/1/49
No.   1965-1966
2/4/49
No.   1967-1968
2/6/49
No.   1969-1970
2/13/49
No.   1971-1972
2/20/49
No.   1973-1974
2/27/49
No.   1975-1976
3/6/49
No.   1977-1978
3/13/49
No.   1979-1980
3/20/49
No.   1981-1982
3/27/49
No.   1983-1984
4/3/49
No.   1985-1986
4/10/49
No.   1987-1988
1/14/49
No.   1989-1990
4/47/49
No.   1991-1992
4/24/49
No.   1993-1994
5/1/49
No.   1995-1996
5/8/49
No.   1997-1998
5/15/49
No.   1999-2000
5/22/49
No.   2001-2002
5/26/49
No.   2003-2004
5/29/49
No.   2005-2006
6/5/49
No.   2007-2008
6/12/49
No.   2009-2010
6/19/49
No.   2011-2012
6/26/49
No.   2013-2014
7/3/49
No.   2015-2016
7/10/49
No.   2017-2018
7/17/49
No.   2019-2020
10/2/49
No.   2021-2022
3/9/50
c. Miscellaneous
No.   2023-2024
, 10/31/56: Poets and Other People
No.   2025-2026
, 11/7/56: Poets and Other People
No.   2027-2028
, 11/11/59: Academy of American Poets
VI. National Affairs: Science
a. Miscellaneous
No.   2029
, 12/15/55: In Time To Come
No.   2030
, 12/29/55: In Time To Come
No.   2031
, 12/30/55: In Time To Come
No.   2032-2033
, 12/27/56: The Future Through Science
Series C - Drama, 1939-1957
Physical Description: 281 disc recordings 
I. Daily Series
a. Miscellaneous
No.   2034
, No Date: When A Girl Marries
No.   2035
, 7/25-26/?: Road of Life
No.   2036-2038
, 4/7/49: One Man's Family (introduction of characters and 2 episodes)
No.   2039
, 11/16/49: One Man's Family (unintegrated shorts)
No.   2040
, 12/7/49: One Man's Family (unintegrated shorts)
No.   2041
, 5/15/50: Candy Matson
No.   2042-2043
, 2/12/51: Right to Happiness
No.   2044
, 3/6/51: We Love and Learn
No.   2045
, 7/26/51: Lorenzo Jones
No.   2046
, 8/10/53: Pepper Young
No.   2047
, 8/12/53: Pepper Young
No.   2048
, 8/18/53: Pepper Young
No.   2049
, 3/30/54: Just Plain Bill
No.   2050
, 3/31/54: Just Plain Bill
No.   2051
, 1/12/56: Young Widder Brown
No.   2052
, 1/13/56: Young Widder Brown
b. Life Can Be Beautiful
No.   2053-2054
7/25/51
No.   2055-2056
7/26/51
No.   2057-2058
7/27/51
No.   2059-2060
7/30/51
No.   2061-2062
7/31/51
No.   2063-2064
8/1/51
c. Doctor's Wife
No.   2065
7/2/56
No.   2066
7/3/56
No.   2067
7/4/56
No.   2068
7/5/56
No.   2069
7/6/56
II. Weekly Series - Serious
a. Miscellaneous
No.   2070-2071
, No Date: Official Detective
No.   2072-2073
, 11/3/?: Somerset Maugham Theatre
No.   2074-2075
, 4/26/47: Mystery Without Murder
No.   2076-2077
, 8/27/47: Rexall Summer Theatre
No.   2078-2079
, 4/10/48: Adventures of Charlie Lung
No.   2080-2081
, 11/23/48: Big Town Show - Steve Wilson
No.   2082
, 4/21/49: The Highlander (Douglas Fairbanks)
No.   2083-2084
, 9/10/49: Dragnet
No.   2085-2086
, 11/12/49: Richard Diamond
No.   2087
, 7/17/50: The Gentleman
No.   2088-2089
, 8/6/50: Top Secret
No.   2090-2091
, 5/26/51: My Secret Story
No.   2092-2093
7/1/51: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow)
No.   2094-2095
7/8/51: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow)
No.   2096-2098
, 7/26/51: The Stairway (from BBC)
No.   2099-2100
, 11/13/51: Scotland Yard
No.   2101-2102
, 12/6/51: Mr. Keene Tracer of Lost Persons
No.   2103
, 7/6/53: Price of Crime
No.   2104
, 8/20/53: 13th Juror
No.   2105-2106
, 10/26/56: X minus One (12-inch)
b. Cavalcade of America
No.   2107-2108
, 1/20/47: “Builder of the Sioux” (William Holden and Marcia Hunt)
No.   2109-2110
, 12/8/47: “Hurry Up Yost” (Thomas Mitchell and Bill Stern)
No.   2111-2112
12/22/47: “Diamonds in the Sky” (June, Kathleen, and Gene Lockhart)
No.   2113-2114
, 3/29/48: “Roses in the Rain” (Joan Caulfield and Ralph Bellamy)
No.   2115-2116
, 5/17/48: “Queen of Heartbreak Trail” (Irene Dunne)
No.   2117-2118
, 5/31/48: “Who Walk Alone” (Louis Calhern and Macdonald Cary)
No.   2119-2120
, 6/14/48: “Chautauqua Fable” (William Powell)
No.   2121-2122
, 6/21/48: “Skylark Song” (Lucille Ball)
No.   2123-2124
, 4/3/51: “The Reluctant Pioneer” (June Havoc and Jeffery Lynn)
No.   2125-2126
, 9/17/52: Story of Catherine Fay (rehearsal)
No.   2127-2128
, 12/23/52: “Christmas In America” (Walter Hamden and the DuPont Chorus)
c. The Hollywood Story
No.   2129-2130
, 10/11/53: The Francis X Bushman Story (Ronald Reagan)
No.   2131-2132
, 10/18/53: The Milton Sills Story (Robert Mitchum)
No.   2133-2134
, 10/25/53: The Rudolph Valentino Story (Desi Arnez)
No.   2135-2136
, 11/7/53: The Ida Lupino Story (Ida Lupino)
No.   2137-2138
, 11/21/53: The Dick Powell Story (Dick Powell)
No.   2139-2140
, 11/28/53: The Robert Ryan Story (Robert Ryan)
No.   2141-2142
, 12/5/53: The Adolph Zukor Story (Gene Hersholt)
No.   2143-2144
, 12/12/53: The Jane Wyman Story (Jane Wyman)
No.   2145-2146
, 12/19/53: The Carole Lombard Story (Lucille Ball)
No.   2147-2148
, 12/26/53: The Story of Stanley Kramer (Van Johnson and Frank Lovejoy)
d. N.B.C. University Theatre
No.   2149-2152
, 10/24/48: “They Stoop to Folly” by Ellen Glasgow
No.   2153-2154
, 1/30/49: “Noon Wine” by Katherine Anne Porter
No.   2155-2156
3/6/49: Tales of Edgar Allan Poe (“Nostalogie,” “Cask of Amontiado,” and “The Fall of the House of Usher”)
No.   2157-2158
, 10/2/49: “The Portrait of a Lady” by Henry James
No.   2159-2160
, 10/9/49: “The House of Mirth” by Edith Wharton
No.   2161-2162
, 10/16/49: “Sister Carrie” by Theodore Dreiser
e. Radio Theatre
No.   2163-2164
, 1/14/47: “The Patriot” by Sidney Kingsley (in Spanish)
No.   2165-2166
, 3/25/47: “Faith Is As A Mustard Seed” (in Spanish)
No.   2167-2168
, 4/1/47 (in Spanish)
No.   2169-2170
, 4/8/47: “Of Time and the River” (in Spanish)
No.   2171-2172
, 4/15/47: “The Second Mile” (in Spanish)
No.   2173-2174
, 4/22/47: “Western Star” (in Spanish)
No.   2175-2176
, 4/29/47: “Western Star” (2nd episode) (in Spanish)
No.   2177-2178
, 6/10/47: “Alibi Ike” (in Spanish)
No.   2179-2180
, 9/16/47: “The Ugliest Man In The World” by Arch Obler (in Spanish)
No.   2181-2183
, 11/7/47: “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court” by Mark Twain
No.   2184-2187
, 11/21/47: “A Coffin for Demetrius” by Eric Ambler
No.   2188-2191
, 12/17/47: “George Washington Slept Here” by Kaufman and Hart
No.   2192-2193
, 12/31/47: “Dangerous Corner” by J. B. Priestley
No.   2194-2197
, 6/2/48: “Laura” with Virginia Gilmore
No.   2198-2201
, 6/9/48: “Michael and Mary” by A. A. Milne
No.   2202-2205
, 6/13/48: “My Sister Eileen” with Shirley Booth and Virginia Gilmore
No.   2206-2209
, 7/14/48: “Arrowsmith” by Sinclair Lewis
f. Academy Theatre (TV)
No.   2210-2211
, 8/1/49: Young girl - Pipper - meets Abe Lincoln
No.   2212-2213
, 8/8/49: “The Drums of Oude”
No.   2214-2216
, 8/15/49: Mystery - takes place in hills of Scotland
No.   2217-2218
, 8/22/49: Young girl's problem with boy
No.   2219-2220
, 8/29/49: “Summer Comes to Diamond O”
No.   2221-2222
, 9/5/49: Mystery
No.   2223-2224
, 9/12/49: Mystery - 2 old ladies and their nephew
III. Weekly Series - Comedy
a. Miscellaneous
No.   2225-2226
, 8/27/47: A Day in the Life of Dennis Day
No.   2227-2228
, 12/15/47: Bell Boy Please
No.   2229-2230
, 11/21/48: Phil Harris and Alice Faye
No.   2231-2232
, 4/22/49: The Life of Riley
No.   2233-2234
, 4/29/49: The Life of Riley
No.   2235-2236
, 6/29/49: My Silent Partner
b. The Aldrigh Family
No.   2237-2238
10/28/48
No.   2239-2240
11/4/48
No.   2241-2242
11/25/48
No.   2243-2244
2/1/53
No.   2245-2246
2/8/53
No.   2247-2248
3/1/53
No.   2249-2250
3/8/53
No.   2251-2252
4/12/53
No.   2253-2254
4/19/53
IV. Special Dramas
a. Miscellaneous
No.   2255
, 4/20/47: “Upstream” - YMCA
No.   2256
, 5/23/48: One Hundred Years of News
No.   2257
, 6/5/48: “Our Town” - rehearsal
No.   2258
, 11/10/48: “The Lips of a Strange Woman”
Scope and Content Note: (with Raymond Massey - series on Venereal Disease)
No.   2259
, 4/26/49: “Macbeth” - rehearsal
No.   2260-2261
, 9/16/49: “The Pen and the Dream” (Boy Scout Constitution Day Special)
No.   2262-2263
, 10/9/49: “The Cardboard Box” (UN Special)
No.   2264-2268
, 10/19/49: “Could Be” (look into future)
No.   2269-2270
, 11/7/49: “Peculiar Ambition” (National Education Week)
No.   2271-2272
, 4/7/51: “You Can't Take It With You” by George Kaufman and Moss Hart
No.   2273-2274
10/13/53: “G. I. Joe” with Lawson Serby, Bill Quinn and others
No.   2275-2276
, 5/6/54: “Go South Young Man” by Don Macowich w/ MacDonald Carey
4/11/57: “Exodus of Andor” with Eli Wallach, Brandon de Wilde (see # 2973-2974)
No.   2277-2280
, No Date: F. Scott Fitzgerald - biography in sound (12-inch)
b. Programs with John Barrymore
No.   2281-2282
, 8/17/53: Reading from “Richard III”
No.   2283-2284
, 8/24/53: Reading from “Twelfth Night”
No.   2285-2286
, No Date: “Hamlet”
V. Programs About Drama - comments and criticisms
a. Comments on Specific Works
No.   2287
, 5/27/49: Comments on Henry James' “The Ambassadors”
No.   2288
, 6/10/49: Commentary by E. M. Forster on his “A Passage to India”
No.   2289
, 6/29/49: Commentary by Bernard DeVoto on A. B. Guthrie's “The Big Sky”
No.   2290
, 9/29/49: Commentary by Henry Outland on Henry James' “Portrait of a Lady”
No.   2291
, 10/13/49: Commentary by Ralph Bates on Theodore Dreiser's “Sister Carrie”
No.   2292
, 11/4/49: Commentary by John Crosby on F. Scott Fitgerald's “Babylon Revisited”
No.   2293
, 11/7/49: Commentary by Robert Penn Warren on William Faulkner's “Wild Palms”
No.   2294
, 1/14/49: Commentary by Diana Trilling on Ernest Hemingway's “For Whom the Bell Tolls”
No.   2295
, 11/21/49: Commentary by John Kiernan on John P. Marquand's “Point of No Return”
No.   2296
, 12/18/49: Commentary by Norman Cousins on Thomas Wolfe's “You Can't Go Home Again”
No.   2297
, 2/19/50: Commentary by John Crosby on Joseph Conrad's “Victory”
b. News and Gossip of the Theatre
No.   2298
, 12/26/39: Variety Showmanship Award
No.   2299
, 4/17/47: Broadway in Review #46 and 47 (in German)
No.   2300
, 4/25/47: Stanley Maxted
No.   2301-2302
, 4/27/47: Drama Critics Circle Award
No.   2303-2304
, 4/30/47: Life in Hollywood
Scope and Content Note: (Interviews with Joseph Cotton, Lionel Barrymore, and Gregory Peck - in English and Spanish)
No.   2305
11/11/47: Stage, Set, and Stars
Scope and Content Note: (Judith Morley interviews Sam Jaffe)
No.   2306
, 9/2/49: Sunday Preview
Scope and Content Note: (Norman Brockenshire and Roger Pryor discuss the coming Broadway season)
No.   2307-2308
, 9/9/49: Theatre Guild Backstage Biography
No.   2309-2310
, 6/3/51: Variety Showmanship Award
No.   2311-2312
, 3/29/53: Theatre Guild “Tony” Awards
No.   2313
, 9/1/53: Hollywood Story
Scope and Content Note: (Shirley Thomas interview Dana Andrews and comments on the theatrical scene)
No.   2314
, 3/24/56: Conversation with Fred Allen
Scope and Content Note: (taped interview played in memoriam on the occasion of his death)
Series D - Music, Variety, Quiz and Panel Shows, 1938-1958
Physical Description: 165 disc recordings 
I. Regular Weekly
a. Comedy
No.   2315-2316
, 10/24/48: Ozzie and Harriet (International Silver Program)
No.   2317-2319
, 3/11/50: Bob Hope Show (segments to be integrated)
b. Music
No.   2320
, 10/23/38: R.C.A. Magic Key (parts 2 and 4 only)
No.   2321
, 3/18/40: Whispering Rhythm
No.   2322-2323
, 8/26/46: Telephone Hour
No.   2324-2325
, 9/30/46: Telephone Hour
No.   2326-2327
, 4/5/47: Matchless Service Time
No.   2328-2329
, 11/11/47: U.S. In the World of Art
No.   2330
, 11/12/47: Benson and Hedges “The Last Night In The Parliament Room”
No.   2331-2332
, 11/12/47: Carnation Hour
No.   2333-2334
, 12/18/47: First Piano Quartet
No.   2335-2336
, 12/29/47: Harvest of Stars
No.   2337
, 6/14/48: Chesterfield Supper Club
No.   2338-2339
, 6/20/48: Manhattan Merry-Go-Round
No.   2340-2341
, 7/7/48: Appointment With Music
No.   2342-2343
, 7/26/48: Carnation Hour
No.   2344-2345
, 8/8/48: R.C.A. Victor Show
No.   2346-2347
, 8/10/48: Musical Life
No.   2348
, 9/26/48: R.C.A. Victor Show - dress rehearsal
No.   2349-2350
, 10/3/48: R.C.A. Victor Show - dress rehearsal
No.   2351-2352
, 10/10/48: R.C.A. Victor Show - dress rehearsal
No.   2353-2354
, 10/29/48: Pastels In Rhythm
No.   2355-2356
, 4/12/49: Here's Archer with Gene Archer and Cliff Arquette and recordings
No.   2357
, 5/20/49: Here's Archer
No.   2358-2359
, 1/9/55: Manhattan Moods
No.   2360-2361
, 4/24/55: Manhattan Moods
No.   2362-2363
, 5/15/55: Manhattan Moods
No.   2364-2365
, 7/1/55: Stars In Action
No.   2366-2367
, 7/8/55: Stars In Action
No.   2368-2369
, 7/15/55: Stars In Action
No.   2370-2371
, 7/29/55: Stars In Action
No.   2372-2373
, 8/5/55: Stars In Action
No.   2374-2375
, 12/7/55: National Radio Fan Club
Scope and Content Note: (Rock 'n Roll show with interviews with teens)
No.   2376
, No Date: Music for Saturday
c. Comedy - Music Combinations
No.   2377-2378
, 5/9/48: Charlie McCarthy Show
No.   2379-2380
, 7/1/48: National Minstrels
No.   2381-2382
, 7/6/48: Jack Pearl - dress rehearsal
No.   2383-2385
, 7/11/48: Dave Garroway
No.   2386-2387
, 10/17/48: Charlie McCarthy Show
No.   2388-2389
, 3/13/49: Henry Morgan Show
No.   2390-2391
, 6/5/49: Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Show
No.   2392-2393
, 8/31/49: Henry Morgan Show
No.   2394-2395
, 9/7/49: Henry Morgan Show
No.   2396
, 4/21/50: Dave Garroway
No.   2397
, 12/11/53: Eddie Cantor Clinic
No.   2398-2401
, 12/12/58: Monitor - Don Russell
No.   2402-2405
, 12/19/58: Monitor - Don Russell
No.   2406-2409
, 12/26/58: Monitor - Don Russell
d. Quiz Shows
No.   2410-2412
, 10/9/47: Seven Arts Quiz
No.   2413-2415
, 1/13/49: The Missus Goes A Shoppin' (12-inch 78 rpm)
No.   2416-2418
, 9/25/49: Take It or Leave It
No.   2419-2420
, 6/3/51: 64 Dollar Question
No.   2421-2422
, 7/15/53: Baron and the Bee
No.   2423
, 11/10/53: Phrase that Pays
No.   2424-2425
, 2/17/55: Spend a Million
No.   2426-2427
, 2/24/55: Spend a Million
No.   2428-2429
12/5/56: 21 (TV), Charles Van Doren's first victory
No.   2430-2431
3/11/57: 21 (TV), Charles Van Doren's defeat
e. Panel Shows
No.   2432
, 4/19/47: WNBC Stamp Club
No.   2433-2434
, 5/15/47: Juvenile Jury
No.   2435-2436
, 5/22/47: Juvenile Jury
No.   2437
, 11/13/47: Here Are the Answers
No.   2438-2441
, 12/15/47: Listener Talks Back - Town Hall Radio Workshop (12-inch 78 rpm)
No.   2442-2443
, 5/22/48: Alibis Unlimited
No.   2444-2445
, 9/17/48: Who Said That
No.   2446-2447
, 11/7/48: Who Said That
No.   2448-2449
, 12/12/48: Who Said That (with Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Kaltenborn)
No.   2450-2451
, 2/20/49: Who Said That
No.   2452
, 6/4/49: Junior Reporter with Ed Herlihy
Scope and Content Note: (adults and children discuss parental respect)
No.   2453
, 6/29/51: The Answer Man
Scope and Content Note: (people write in questions for the “Answer Man” to answer)
II. Special Programs
a. Comedy
No.   2454-2455
, 4/1/49: Misinformation Please (parody of FCC investigations)
No.   2456
5/22/40: Radio Correspondents Association (parody on Hitler, etc.)
No.   2457-2458
, 11/25/47: Bob Hope (from London)
No.   2459
, 10/10/48: Red Feather Salute
Scope and Content Note: (dedicated to Community Chests of America, with George Burns and Gracie Allen. Jane Pickens - hostess)
b. Music
No.   2460-2461
, 4/5/47: Columbus Boys Choir (Easter Program)
No.   2462-2463
, 7/25/48: Fine Arts Festival (University of Iowa orchestra)
c. Comedy - Music Combinations
No.   2464-2465
, 8/26/43: Bob Hope (with U.S. troops in N. Africa)
No.   2466-2467
, 7/22/48: Army Roll Call
No.   2468
, 9/4/49: Eddie Cantor
No.   2469-2471
, 4/3/50: Cancer Crusade
No.   2472-2475
, 5/29/51: Pint Parade (Red Cross Special for Blood Bank)
No.   2476-2477
, 9/14/53: Friend to Friend (Red Cross Special for Greek Island earth quake victims)
No.   2478-2479
, 1/4/56: Comedienne Anna Russell
Series E - Speeches, 1939-1959
Physical Description: 377 disc recordings 
I. By National Office Holders
a. Elected
No.   2480-2481
, 1/4/29: President Roosevelt address to opening of the House of Representatives
No.   2482-2483
, 3/4/39: President Roosevelt address at 150th Anniversary of first meeting of Congress (12-inch)
No.   2484-2485
, 9/21/39: President Roosevelt before Joint Session of Congress
No.   2486
, 1/30/40: President Roosevelt
No.   2487-2489
9/2/40: President Roosevelt opening of Great Smokey National Park, Tennessee
No.   2490-2491
9/2/40: President Roosevelt - Dedication of Chickamauga Dam, TVA, Tennessee
No.   2492-2493
, 10/23/40: President Roosevelt address - 1st in campaign for re-election
No.   2494
, 10/24/40: President Roosevelt address
No.   2495-2496
11/1/40: President Roosevelt campaign speech - Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York
No.   2497
, 11/4/40: President Roosevelt address
No.   2498-2499
, 3/8/41: President Roosevelt address at Farm Day Dinner
No.   2500-2501
, 10/3/41: President Roosevelt “Mobilization for Human Needs”
No.   2502-2503
, 11/6/41: President Roosevelt “Defense Labor Talk”
No.   2504
, 6/12/42: President Roosevelt “Statement on Rubber”
No.   2505
, 6/14/42: President Roosevelt “Toward the Century of Common Man” (program)
No.   2506
, 6/7/43: President Roosevelt address
No.   2507
, 6/10/43: President Roosevelt address
No.   2508
, 8/12/44: President Roosevelt summary of Pacific Inspection tour (part 3 only)
No.   2509-2511
, 10/28/44: President Roosevelt address - 4th in re-election campaign
No.   2512-2513
, 11/6/44: President Roosevelt address to National Democratic Party Rally
No.   2514
, 5/21/45: President Truman presentation of Medal of Honor
No.   2515-2416
, 6/26/45: President Truman address on United Nations to new delegates in San Francisco
No.   2517-2419
, 8/8/45: President Truman report on Potsdam Conference (12-inch)
No.   2520-2421
, 8/9/45: President Truman address to people - reasons for military occupation
No.   2522-2523
, 9/2/45: President Truman - armed forces program
No.   2524
, 10/2/45: President Truman address
No.   2525-2526
, 10/23/45: President Truman address to Joint Session of Congress
No.   2527-2528
, 10/30/45: President Truman address explaining Executive Order 9599 - guiding policies of gov't during transition from war to peace.
No.   2529
, 11/26/45: President Truman award of distinguished serve medal to General Marshall
No.   2530-2531
, 12/24/45: President Truman Lighting White House Christmas tree
No.   2532-2533
, 1/3/46: President Truman address to people about problems facing Congress
No.   2534
, 3/6/46: President Truman address (part 2 only)
No.   2535-2536
, 3/23/46: President Truman speech at Jackson Day Dinner
No.   2537-2538
4/6/46: President Truman address - Army Day, Chicago
No.   2539-2540
, 4/12/46: President Truman address at Hyde Park
No.   2541
, 5/14/46: President Truman - Pan American Day address
No.   2542
, 6/6/47: Representative Charles Halleck address
No.   2543
, 6/22/47: Sentaor Taft on Taft-Harley Bill after Truman veto
No.   2544-2546
, 11/17/47: President Truman to Joint Session of Congress
No.   2547
, 2/12/48: Governor Dewey address excerpts
No.   2548-2549
, 4/19/48: President Truman address to Joint Session of Congress
No.   2550-2551
, 5/14/48: President Truman address
No.   2552
, 5/20/48: President Truman address (part 1 only)
No.   2553-2554
, 5/30/48: President Truman Memorial Day speech
No.   2555
, 6/2/48: Senator Taft address
No.   2556
, 6/13/48: Senator William Langer
No.   2557-2558
, 10/8/48: President Truman address (12-inch)
No.   2559-2560
, 2/10/49: Senator Vandenberg
No.   2561-2562
, 2/28/49: Senator Walter Mahoney talk
No.   2563-2564
, 3/23/49: Vice President Barkley
No.   2565
, 8/17/49: Senator Joe McCarthy
No.   2566
, 8/24/49: Senator McGrath speech to Democratic National Committee
No.   2567
, 8/24/49: President Truman speech to Democratic National Committee
No.   2568
, 11/8/49: President Truman address
No.   2569-2571
, 11/9/49: Harold E. Stassen speech
No.   2572
, 11/15/49: President Truman address - 4th Anniversary of United Nations
No.   2573-2575
, 12/2/49: Vice President Alben Barkley
No.   2576-2580
, 1/4/50: President Truman State of the Union message (12-inch)
No.   2581-2582
, 2/15/50: President Truman F.B.I. speech
No.   2583-2585
, 2/16/50: President Truman address to Jefferson - Jackson Day Dinner
No.   2586-2587
, 2/18/50: Harold Stassen address
No.   2588-2589
, 4/20/50: President Truman address to American Society of Newspaper Editors
No.   2590
, 5/4/50: Senator Tydings talk
No.   2591
5/8/50: President Truman speech - Galesburg, Illinois
No.   2592-2593
5/14/50: President Truman address - Madison, Wisconsin to Credit Union National Association
No.   2594-2595
, 5/15/50: President Truman address - Jefferson Jubilee
No.   2596-2597
, 6/6/50: President Truman address to convention of businessmen
No.   2598-2599
6/9/50: President Truman from Columbia, Missouri
No.   2600
, 6/16/50: Senator Tydings report from Congress
No.   2601
, 6/19/50: President Truman - Korea program
No.   2602
, 6/27/50: President Truman's Cornerstone speech
No.   2603-2604
, 6/28/50: President Truman - American Newspaper Guild speech
No.   2605-2606
, 7/19/50: President Truman address on situation in Korea
No.   2607
, 9/26/50: President Truman address
No.   2608-2609
, 11/30/50: President Truman and Charlie Ross
No.   2610-2614
, 1/8/51: President Truman address to Congress (12-inch)
No.   2615-2618
, 1/9/51: Senator Taft Press Club speech
No.   2619
, 1/29/51: Senator Taft before the D. C. Republican Club
No.   2620
, 2/21/51: President Truman at Masonic Breakfast
No.   2621-2622
, 4/11/51: President Truman address “...what we're doing in Korea and our eastern policy...”
No.   2623
, 4/18/51: President Truman Armed Forces Day message
No.   2624
, 5/9/51: President Truman speech at Department of Interior
No.   2625-2626
, 5/17/51: President Truman Citizenship Conference speech
No.   2627
, 6/13/51: President Truman addressing Highway Safety Council
No.   2628-2629
, 6/14/51: President Truman Inflation speech
No.   2630
, 6/14/51: President Truman speech to 4H Clubbers
No.   2631-2632
, 6/25/51: President Truman Tennessee speech
No.   2633-2634
, 7/9/51: President Truman - July 4th speech
No.   2635
, 8/8/51: President Truman at USO Ceremonies
No.   2636
, 8/14/51: President Truman American Legion Dedication
No.   2637-2638
, 9/4/51: President Truman - San Francisco Japanese Peace Treaty address
No.   2639-2640
, 9/17/51: President Truman Postal Service speech
No.   2641
, 9/17/51: President Truman speech at dedication of the new case for the Declaration of Independence
No.   2642-2644
, 9/28/71: President Truman address to Washington Pilgrimage of American Churchmen (12-inch)
No.   2645-2647
, 11/7/51: President Truman address - problems in connection with our foreign policy (12-inch)
No.   2648-2651
, 1/9/52: President Truman State of the Union message (12-inch 78 rpm)
No.   2652
, 2/21/52: President Truman address
No.   2653-2654
, 2/23/52: Senator Dirksen talk
No.   2655-2656
, 3/6/52: President Truman address to people about Mutual Security program
No.   2657-2658
, 4/8/52: President Truman address to people on threatened steel strike
No.   2659-2661
, 6/7/52: President Truman address to annual reunion of 35th division with which he fought (12-inch)
No.   2662-2663
, 6/14/52: President Truman address-officiating ceremony for USS Nautilus
No.   2664-2665
, 10/11/52: President Truman reply to receiving the F.D.R. medal for his efforts on behalf of civil rights
No.   2666-2667
, 10/22/52: President Truman on behalf of Adlai Stevenson
No.   2668
, 2/2/53: President Eisenhower State of the Union message (parts 2 and 4 only)
No.   2669-2670
, 4/5/54: President Eisenhower address to people on international and domestic problems
No.   2671-2672
9/23/54: President Eisenhower address at dedication ceremonies at McNary Dam, Oregon
No.   2673-2674
, 10/20/54: President Eisenhower address to American Jewish Tercentenary Dinner - 300 years since settlement of Jews in U.S.
No.   2675
, 7/25/55: President Eisenhower report on Geneva Conference
No.   2676
, No Date: Senator Robert A. Taft address
No.   2677
, No Date: President Truman address to Reserve Officers Association
No.   2678-2679
, No Date: President Truman address to Joint Session of Congress (12-inch)
No.   2680-2682
, No Date: President Truman on steel strike (12-inch)
No.   2683-2685
, No Date: President Truman address (12-inch)
No.   2686-2687
, No Date: President Truman address to Wake Forest College (12-inch)
No.   2688
, No Date: President Truman Armistice Day message (12-inch)
b. Appointed
No.   2689-2690
, 4/17/46: Chester Bowles
No.   2691-2692
, 12/8/46: Dean Acheson acting Secretary of State
No.   2693
, 8/8/47: Secretary of State Marshall Third Horsemen
No.   2694-2695
, 12/19/47: Secretary of State George C. Marshall
No.   2696
, 12/29/47: Henry Wallace
No.   2697-2698
, 3/19/48: Secretary of State George C. Marshall (parts 2 and 3 only)
No.   2699
, 10/4/48: Henry Wallace talk
No.   2700
, 10/7/48: Acting Secretary of State Lovett
No.   2701
, 10/11/48: Henry Wallace
No.   2702-2704
, 12/3/48: Charles Sawyer - Secretary of Commerce
No.   2705
, 1/26/48: Dean Acheson statement
No.   2706
, 4/12/49: John Foster Dulles
No.   2707-2708
, 9/15/49: Paul Hoffman
No.   2709
, 10/22/49: Helen Gahagan Douglas
No.   2710-2711
, 3/15/50: Secretary of State Dean Acheson
No.   2712-2713
, 3/16/50: Secretary of State Dean Acheson
No.   2714-2715
, 3/17/50: Secretary of Defense Johnson
No.   2716-2718
, 5/31/50: Secretary of State Dean Acheson
No.   2719-2720
, 6/8/50: Charles E. Wilson
No.   2721-2722
, 6/29/50: Secretary of State Acheson to the American Newspaper Guild
No.   2723-2724
, 1/29/50: Secretary of State Acheson
No.   2725-2726
, 2/5/51: Michael DiSalle
No.   2727-2728
, 3/27/51: Secretary of State Acheson
No.   2729-2730
, 7/24/51: Dean Acheson
No.   2731
, No Date: Secretary of Agriculture Brannon
II. By National Non-Office Holders
a. Political
No.   2732
, 4/16/47: Leon Mohill at Frankfurt
No.   2733
, 2/2/48: Will Clayton
No.   2734
, 3/12/49: James Wadsworth
No.   2735-2737
, 4/1/49: Ernest Bevin
No.   2738
, 10/23/50: Cordell Hull
No.   2739-2740
, 2/10/50: Whittaker Chambers
b. Labor
No.   2741-2742
, 9/5/49: Charles F. Brannon and Charles J. MacGoroan
No.   2743
, 10/12/49: Phil Murray
No.   2744
, 2/2/50: John L. Lewis
No.   2745
, 2/2/50: Mine Owners Statement
No.   2746
, 6/21/50: Walter Reuther
No.   2747
, 7/31/50: George Meany
No.   2748
, 9/4/50: Phillip Murray
No.   2749
, 3/5/51: Phillip Murray
No.   2750
, 6/25/56: Steel Workers Statement
No.   2751-2752
, 1/8/58: George Meany
c. Military
No.   2753
, 5/5/42: Last Message from Corregidor
No.   2754
, 6/22/45: General Eisenhower at Kansas
No.   2755-2756
, 3/17/49: James Forrestal
No.   2757
, 4/30/49: General James H. Doolittle
No.   2758
, 4/14/50: General Omar Bradley (part 1 only)
No.   2759
, 9/27/50: General Bradley
No.   2760
, 10/28/50: General Marshall on Atlantic Pact
No.   2761
, 2/2/51: General Eisenhower
No.   2762
, 4/18/51: General MacArthur “No Politics” speech
No.   2763-2764
, 4/19/51: General MacArthur - speech to Joint Session of Congress
No.   2765
, 4/19/51: General MacArthur at D.A.R.
No.   2766-2767
, 4/19/51: General MacArthur at Washington Monument
No.   2768-2770
, 10/17/51: General MacArthur
d. Business
No.   2771
, 10/30/47: New York Better Business Bureau
No.   2772-2774
, 3/28/49: General Sarnoff
No.   2775-2778
, 1/12/50: Speeches at Press Club Luncheon
No.   2779
, 10/19/50: Edward L. Bernays
No.   2780-2781
, 6/11/59: Speeches at Rotary Convention
e. Medicine
No.   2782
, 9/27/48: Dr. Joseph E. Moore - Venereal Disease Therapy
No.   2783
, 9/28/48: Dr. Wingate Johnson
No.   2784
, 7/27/49: Dr. Frank C. Lanbach
No.   2785
, 12/14/49: Dr. Harold Urey
f. Clergy
No.   2786
, 2/22/50: Pope Pius
No.   2787
, 12/22/50: Bishop G. Bromley Oxman
g. Miscellaneous
No.   2788-2789
, 1/6/50: Norman Cousins
No.   2790
, 9/18/50: Louis A. Johnson (12-inch)
No.   2791-2792
10/2/50: Gordon Dean, Warren Austin and General Eisenhower - U. of Michigan research
No.   2793
, 3/28/51: Mrs. Willis Reed
No.   2794-2795
, 4/7/51: Dr. Ledler on Economic progress
No.   2796-2798
, 6/9/51: Robert Bogeler's speech to Press Club
No.   2799
, 11/5/51: Robert Montgomery on “Being an American”
No.   2800-2802
, 2/15/54: Harold Hunt salute to advertising
No.   2803
, No Date: Robert Vogeler speech
III. By International Figures
a. Political
No.   2804
, 9/3/39: King George VI
No.   2805-2806
, 11/29/42: Winston Churchill
No.   2807
, 5/14/43: Winston Churchill (part 1 only)
No.   2808
, 8/31/43: Winston Churchill - speech after Ottawa Conference (Disc broken; on tape copy only)
No.   2809-2810
, 3/26/44: Winston Churchill
No.   2811
, 7/8/44: General DeGaulle
No.   2812-2814
11/9/45: Prime Minister Atlee (parts 2, 3 and 4 only)
No.   2815-2817
, 11/13/45: Prime Minister Atlee
No.   2818
7/19/47: Dr. Antonio Rocha Interim - Director - General, Pan American Union
No.   2819
, 2/3/48: Queen Wilhelmina
No.   2820-2821
, 4/1/48: Marshall Bogata
No.   2822-2823
5/25/48: Dr. Wiessman, President of Israel
No.   2824-2825
, 3/21/49: Bernard Baruch
No.   2826
, 9/9/49: Sir Stafford Cripps
No.   2827
, 9/18/49: Sir Stafford Cripps
No.   2828-2830
, 9/29/49: Trygve Lie
No.   2831-2832
, 10/12/49: Pandit Nehru
No.   2833-2838
, 10/19/49: Pandit Nehru
No.   2839
, 11/16/49: The Shah of Iran
No.   2840
, 12/25/49: King George VI
No.   2841
, 12/28/49: Winston Churchill
No.   2842-2844
, 3/21/50: Trygve Lie
No.   2845
, 6/6/50: Trygve Lie
No.   2846
, 8/1/50: Jacob Malik
No.   2847-2848
, 12/6/50: Prime Minister Atlee
No.   2849-2850
, 11/1/50: Lord Halifax
No.   2851
, 2/7/52: Winston Churchill
No.   2852-2855
, 4/3/52: Queen Juliana
No.   2856
, No Date: Prime Minister Atlee
Series F - Religious Programs, 1947-1958
Physical Description: 127 disc recordings 
I. Regular Weekly Series
a. Religion In The News
No.   2857
12/5/47
No.   2858
11/20/48
No.   2859
11/27/48
No.   2860
12/4/48
No.   2861
12/11/48
No.   2862
10/1/49
No.   2863
10/8/49
No.   2864
10/14/49
No.   2865
10/29/49
No.   2866
11/5/49
No.   2867
11/12/49
No.   2868
11/19/49
No.   2869
11/26/49
No.   2870
12/3/49
No.   2871
4/22/50
No.   2872
4/29/50
No.   2873
5/13/50
b. The Lutheran Hour - with Rev. Dr. Oswald Hoffman
No.   2874-2875
1/20/57
No.   2876-2877
2/24/57
No.   2878-2879
3/24/57
No.   2880-2881
4/7/57
No.   2882-2883
5/5/57
No.   2884-2885
6/9/57
c. National Radio Pulpit
No.   2886-2887
, 10/2/49: “America for Christ” Dr. Ralph Sockman
No.   2888-2889
, 6/29/52: “The Religion of a Healthy Mind” Dr. John A. Redhead Jr.
No.   2890-2891
, 7/13/52: “What Makes Sin Sinful?” Dr. John A. Redhead Jr.
No.   2892-2893
, 7/25/52: “On Being Sure of God” Dr. John A. Redhead Jr.
No.   2894-2895
, 8/3/52: “The Church in the Storm” Bishop Arthur J. Moore
No.   2896-2897
, 8/10/52: “What Has the Church Been Doing?” Bishop Arthur J. Moore
No.   2898-2899
, 8/17/52: “What Must the Church Do Now?” Bishop Arthur J. Moore
No.   2900-2901
, 8/24/52: “The King Invisible” Bishop Arthur J. Moore
No.   2902-2903
, 8/31/52: “Paying Our Debt to Yesterday” Bishop Moore
No.   2904-2905
, 9/7/52: “Some Things to Remember” Bishop Moore
No.   2906-2907
, 9/21/52: “Jesus the Almighty Saviour” Bishop Moore
No.   2908-2909
, 9/28/52: “The Credentials of a Christian” Bishop Moore
No.   2910
, 12/20/52: Dr. Ralph W. Sockman
d. Bible Study Hour (Dr. Barnhouse)
No.   2911-2912
9/30/56
No.   2913-2914
1/20/57
No.   2915-2916
2/24/57
No.   2917-2918
3/24/57
No.   2919-2920
4/7/57
No.   2921-2922
5/5/7
No.   2923-2924
6/9/57
e. The Eternal Light
No.   2925-2926
, 12/19/48: Drama - “His Excellency of Vilna” with Peter Capell and Roger DeCorban
No.   2927
, 6/13/54: Commentary by Rabbi Wise (dramatization not on record)
No.   2928-2929
, 2/28/58: Dr. Lewis Jones (12-inch)
No.   2930
, 3/9/58: Mr. William Sylk (12-inch)
f. Faith In Action
Scope and Content Note: (Merrill Mueller commenter and interviewer - interviews people connected with World Council of Churches)
No.   2931
8/18/57
No.   2932
8/25/57
No.   2933
9/1/57
g. Christian Science Program with Felix M. Krems
No.   2934-2935
1/2/49
No.   2936-2937
2/6/49
No.   2938-2939
4/3/49
No.   2940-2941
5/1/49
h. Art of Living (Christian Living) with Robert J. McCracken
No.   2942
5/5/57
No.   2943
, 6/9/57 (2 copies)
No.   2944
6/16/57
j. The Catholic Hour
No.   2945-2946
, 9/12/49: Chaplin William B. Clasby
No.   2947-2948
, 7/2/50: Michael F. Walsh
No.   2949
, 8/13/50: Henry Ford
No.   2950-2951
, 9/7/50 9/24/50 “Operation Survival” - fight against communism - narrator Scott Tennyson parts 1 & 4 of 4
No.   2952-2953
, 6/1/52: Reverend Joseph E. Manten
No.   2954-2955
, 6/8/52: Reverend Joseph E. Manten
II. Special Reports
a. Miscellaneous
No.   2956
, 8/8/46: Riches Beyond Price
No.   2957
, 12/11/47: Universal Bible Sunday
No.   2958
, 5/28/48: Interfaith Roundtable - Ray Barrack
No.   2959
, 6/3/48: The Presbyterian Church in the U.S.
No.   2960
, 1/13/49: Interfaith Roundtable
No.   2961
, 10/15/49: National Council of Jewish Women - Irene Rich in drama
No.   2962
, 10/30/49: Religion in American Life
Scope and Content Note: (with Bing Crosby, Charles Laughton, Dr. Joseph Proskaver, Charles E. Wilson, Pres. Harry S. Truman)
No.   2963
, 12/24/49: Christmas in the Bowery Mission
No.   2964
, 8/12/51: Dr. Vincent Peale
No.   2965-2966
, 11/4/51: Religion in American Life
Scope and Content Note: (Raymond Massey, and General Ridgeway)
No.   2967
, 12/1/51: Religion in American Life
No.   2968-2969
, 1/15/56: Hour of Decision (Billy Graham)
No.   2970
, 12/18/56: Rabbi Looks At Christmas - Dr. Maurice N. Eisendraph
No.   2971-2972
, 5/14/57: Tex and Jinx interview Billy Graham
No.   2973-2974
, 4/11/57: Exodus of Andor - Passover Special
No.   2975
, 11/3/58: Voice of Temperance - Sam Morris
No.   2976
, 11/11/58: Voice of Temperance - Sam Morris
No.   2977-2978
, 12/26/58: Lutheran Layman's League
b. Easter Programs
No.   2979
, 4/14/49: Holy Week Services
No.   2980
, 4/17/49: WNBT Continuous Easter
No.   2981
, 4/8/57: A Rabbi Looks At Easter - Dr. Maurice N. Eisendraph
No.   2982-2983
, 4/21/57: Easter Sunrise Service from Arlington Cemetery
Series G - Women's Programs, 1947-1956
Physical Description: 22 disc recordings 
I. Regular Series
a. Various Programs
No.   2984
, 4/23/47: Maggie's Private Wire
Scope and Content Note: (interviewing Robert King)
No.   2985-2986
, 5/1/47: Birdseye Open House
No.   2987-2988
, 5/21/47: In the Kelvinator Kitchen (TV)
No.   2989-2991
, 8/31/47: Party Line (TV)
No.   2992-2994
, 11/15/47: Honeymoon in New York with Ed Herlihy interviewing couples “in love.”
No.   2995
, 12/8/47: Ladies Listen
No.   2996-2997
, 2/25/49: Bess Johnson Show
No.   2998
, 4/3/56: Weekday - Helen Hayes (The Paddle Wheel Story)
b. Tex and Jinx
No.   2999
8/29/47
No.   3000-3002
, 4/19/49: Anniversary Show
No.   3003
, 7/11/51: with Senator Kefauver
No.   3004
12/16/53: with Ex-mayor of New York, William O'Dwyer
II. Special Programs
a. Feature Reports
No.   3005
, 5/31/50: What Nobody Knows About Women
Series H - Agriculture Programs, 1946-1959
Physical Description: 24 disc recordings 
I. Regular Series
a. Miscellaneous
No.   3006
, 4/1/46: WRC Almanac
No.   3007
, 5/9/46: WRC Almanac
No.   3008-3009
, 4/29/47: Modern Farmer sports (parts 2 & 3 only)
No.   3010-3011
, 8/29/47: Robinson Family
No.   3012
, 10/1/47: Modern Farmer program (W. D. Termoylyn)
No.   3013
, 10/1/47: Modern Farmer program (Homer Huntington)
b. National Farm and Home Hours - with Everett Mitchell
No.   3014-3015
12/12/59
No.   3016-3017
12/19/59
No.   3018-3019
12/26/59
c. Today and Tomorrow - James Cagney
No.   3020-3021
2/15/56
No.   3022-3023
2/29/56
No.   3024-3025
3/14/56
II. Special Feature Program
a. Miscellaneous
No.   3026-3029
, 4/4/57: International Harvester Golden Anniversary Party
Series J - Sports Programs, 1947-1956
Physical Description: 17 disc recordings 
I. Regular Sporting News Reporting Programs
a. Bill Stern
No.   3030
11/13/47
No.   3031
11/14/47
No.   3032
11/27/47
No.   3033
2/25/49
No.   3034-3035
, 9/22/49 (sports newsreel)
No.   3036
8/10/50
b. Mel Allen and Russ Hodges
No.   3037
, 11/7/47 (White Owl Sports Smoker)
No.   3038
, 8/20/53 (NBC Sports Review)
c. Wally Butterworth Show
No.   3039-3040
, 8/7/48 (2) (Sports New and Old Recordings)
II. Sportscasts
a. Special Event - Direct Broadcasts
No.   3041-3042
, 12/5/47: Louis - Walcott Fight (in French)
12/7/56 (5 min. short) The Olympic Games - Melbourne, Australia with Bill Henry and Gene Simpson (see # 2374-2375)
III. Special Sporting News
a. Miscellaneous
No.   3043
, 8/17/48: Babe Ruth Memorial
No.   3044-3045
, 8/17/48: A Ballad For the Babe
No.   3046
, 12/26/57: Monitor - Bill France of National Association of Stock Cars (NASCAR)
Series K - Children's Programs, 1946-1954
Physical Description: 49 disc recordings 
I. Regular Daily Series
a. Howdy Doody
No.   3047-3048
, 3/7/49: Puppet Playhouse (Howdy Doody's early name)
No.   3049-3050
1/10/53
No.   3051-3052
1/17/53
No.   3053-3054
1/24/53
No.   3055-3056
1/31/53
No.   3057-3058
2/7/53
No.   3059-3060
2/14/53
No.   3061-3062
10/3/53
No.   3063-3064
3/5/54
No.   3065-3066
3/6/54
No.   3067-3068
3/13/54
No.   3069-3070
3/20/54
II. Regular Weekly Series
a. Various Programs
No.   3071
, 8/26/46: Mrs. Rachel Morehead
No.   3072-3073
, 5/25/47: The Children's Hour
No.   3074-3075
, 10/4/47: Triple B Ranch (with Bob Smith)
No.   3076
, 11/4/47: The World Over Playouse (“The Bird With the Golden Crown”)
No.   3077
, 12/11/47: WNBC Story Teller - “Tattercoats”
No.   3078
, 12/18/47: WNBC Story Teller
No.   3079
, 4/10/48: The Children's Hour
No.   3080-3082
, 7/31/48: Mind Your Manners
No.   3083
, 2/26/49: The P.A.L. Theatre - “The Talking Bird” (last chapter)
No.   3084-3085
, 3/1/49: Natural Treasures - Ivan Sanderson
No.   3086-3087
3/20/49: The Comic Weekly Man (reads Puck, the comic weekly)
, 3/27/49: The Comic Weekly Man (see # 3086-3087)
No.   3088
, 3/31/49: The P.A.L. Theatre - “The Road That Has No Turning” (2nd chapter)
No.   3089-3091
, 6/29/49: Story Shop
No.   3092-3093
, 4/11/51: The Lady In Blue
No.   3094
, 12/20/53: Children's Edition of the News - W. W. Chaplin on Bedos Island
No.   3095
, No Date: A Day at the Circus
Series L - Miscellaneous, 1946-1957
Physical Description: 102 disc recordings 
I. Auditions
a. Individual Auditions (alphabetical order)
No.   3096
No Date: Ames, Johnny (NBC Talent Development)
No.   3097
8/27/46: Balzer, Fritz
No.   3098
No Date: Berle, Milton
No.   3099-3100
8/2/49: Burns, Bob
No.   3101-3102
9/1/49: Cantor, Eddie
No.   3103-3105
4/4/50: Considine, Bob
No.   3106-3107
7/1/49: Crosby, Bing
No.   3108-3109
6/22/49: Delmar, Kenny (Senator Claghorn)
No.   3110
5/9/49: Devine, Andy
No.   3111
8/30/47: Garroway, Dave
No.   3112
7/12/51: Godwin, Earl
No.   3113-3115
8/4/53: Hastings, Julia
No.   3116
3/10/49: Ives, Burl
No.   3117
, 9/18/46: Kahn
No.   3118
, 9/1146: Krun Ty
No.   3119
9/13/46: Martin, Ross
No.   3120
10/16/51: McIntyre, Eddie
No.   3121
No Date: Monte, Rudy (NBC Talent Development)
No.   3122-3123
7/9/49: Paar, Jack
No.   3124-3125
2/28/50: Pickford, Mary
No.   3126
2/27/53: Pinza, Enzio
No.   3127-3128
8/21/53: Rosenbloom, Slapsie Maxie
No.   3129
6/2/53: Ruggles, Charlie
No.   3130
1/27/53: Winters, Jonathan
No.   3131
No Date: Young, Norman (NBC Talent Development)
b. Program Auditions
No.   3132
, 1/25/46: MGM Springtime
No.   3133
, 3/14/46: Herson in Person
No.   3134
, 9/3/46: Ourisman Chevrolet
No.   3135
, 10/5/46: Peoples Drug Store
No.   3136
, 7/16/48: Fred Waring Show
No.   3137
, 4/19/49: Everybody Wins (Jack Paar)
No.   3138-3140
, 10/5/49: Voices and Events - News Feature
No.   3141-3143
, 10/7/50: Magnificent Montague (Monty Wooley)
No.   3144-3145
, 3/1/53: His and Hers
No.   3146
, 3/16/53: Old Enough To Know Better
No.   3147
, 5/5/53: Where Are You From (TV)
No.   3148
, 6/2/53: Where Are You From
No.   3149
, 6/3/53: Where Are You From
No.   3150
, 6/6/53: Where Are You From
No.   3151
, No Date: Stand By....For Crime
II. Unintegrated Segments
a. Individual
No.   3152
, No Date: Segments with or about Bernard Baruch
No.   3153
, 10/21/47: From “Streetcar Named Desire” - working on sound techniques
No.   3154-3156
, 1/20/49: Sound Effects (78 rpm)
Scope and Content Note: (Hoot owl, screech owl, siren, phone click, phone buzz, and dove cooing)
No.   3157-3158
, 2/7/49: Lincoln Narration by William Gang
No.   3159
, 2/20/49: Fred Allen speaks on the A.A.F. (plug)
No.   3160
, 5/18/50: Milton Berle - announcement of charity show for crippled children
b. Interviews and Discussions
No.   3161
, 11/21/47: Duke Ellington and Perry Como
No.   3162
, 4/26/50: Casey Jones Story - with Mrs. Casey Jones
No.   3163
, 1/21/51: Carl Sandburg ?
Scope and Content Note: (someone named “Carl” being interviewed and playing American folk music)
No.   3164
, 6/11/51: Hedda Hopper and Mario Lanza
No.   3165
4/5/53: Hy Gardner interviews various people (Perry Como, Eleanor Roosevelt, and others)
No.   3166-3167
, 2/5/57: Leopold Stokowski on “Music Through the Night” (interview)
III. Short Features
a. Pulse Daily
No.   3168
, No Date: Newport Jazz Festival
No.   3169
, 2/25/56: Best of Pulse with Ray Owen and Gabe Pressman
No.   3170
, 3/8/56: Alfred Hitchcock Party
No.   3171
, 9/17/56: Judy Garland Interview
No.   3172
, 11/15/56: Best of Pulse with Gabe Pressman and Leon Pearson
b. Believe It or Not
No.   3173
, 8/5/48: with Bob Ripley
Scope and Content Note: (story dramatized, then interview)
No.   3174
, 11/11/53: with Doug Storer
IV. Closed Circuit Talks and Program Promotions
a. Closed Circuit Talks
Scope and Content Note: (with integrated program promotion spots - not all)
No.   3175-3176
, 7/25/46: Parade of Stars
No.   3177
, 9/6/46: Mr. Hickok on station relations
No.   3178
, 12/11/47: Decision Now (new format)
No.   3179
, 5/25/48: Welcoming back of Campbell Company as advertisers (part 1 of 2 only)
No.   3180
, 9/10/48: Cavalcade of America Show
No.   3181
, 11/8/48: Parade of Stars
No.   3182
, 11/29/48: Benny Shift
No.   3183-3184
, 7/8/49: Sidney H. Eiges and Fred Waring
No.   3185
, 9/2/49: Broadway Correspondents
No.   3186-3187
, 9/8/49: Broadway Correspondents
No.   3188
, 10/7/49: Niles Trammell - Joseph McConnell
Scope and Content Note: (closed circuit to employees about the new positions they hold)
No.   3189
, 11/15/49: Cavalcade of America Show (“Us Pilgrims”)
No.   3190
, 12/23/57: Culligan
b. Program Promotion Spots
No.   3191
, 9/6/47: Your Radio Reporter - with Ray Barrett
No.   3192
, 12/20/47: Your Radio Reporter - with Ray Barrett
No.   3193
, 9/13/49: Theatre Guild - U.S. Steel
No.   3194
, 11/11/49: Theatre Guild - U.S. Steel (with script)
No.   3195
, 2/26/52: Robert Montgomery Presents
V. Special Commemoration Program
a. Station Anniversaries
No.   3196-3197
, 7/27/52: WTMJ Milwaukee 620