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Glass Radio Transcription Discs, 1941-1950 | Music Library

By Maristella Feustle

Collection Overview

Title: Glass Radio Transcription Discs, 1941-1950Add to your cart.
ID: 06/030
Extent: 8.0 Boxes
Date Acquired: 00/00/1992
Subjects: National Broadcasting Company., Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Radio stations.
Languages: English

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Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of over 250 glass-base, 16-inch broadcast transcriptions dated from July of 1941 through February of 1950, divided more or less evenly between news material (principally from the NBC "Blue" network) and "classical" music: largely orchestral music, with some opera selections. The musical selections are primarily from the New York Philharmonic and NBC Symphony Orchestra, with later selections from the "Oklahoma Symphony" (possibly the present-day Oklahoma City Philharmonic). Also present are the occasional recordings of what appear to be Rotary Club programs or proceedings.

Collection Historical Note

For ease of browsing, frequent, phonetic misspellings and approximations of names and places on the record jackets have been rendered in their proper spelling here, wherever one could be determined. Documentation accompanying the collection speculates that the record jackets were labeled in the late 1970s.

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Administrative Information

Repository: Music Library
Access Restrictions: Access to this collection is provided only by special arrangement. Please contact the Music Library for more information.
Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Music Library. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Note: Collection is housed in the UNT Music Library. Advance notice for use is required. Please contact the Music Library for further information.
Acquisition Source: KERA-FM
Acquisition Method: Donation.

Box and Folder Listing

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Box 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Kaltenborn, News; Roosevelt, July 4 speech, also, Chief Justice Stone, anthem, 1941 June 24; 1941 July 4Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 2: Rotary. First G.R. program rehearsal. Report on Denver convention, 1941 July 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: Elmer Davis. Weekly War Review, 1941 July 5, 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 4: Opera. Central City, Colorado. Orpheus & Euridice. Elysian Scene; Norman Thomas against extension of draft beyond one year, 1941 July 5; 1941 July 29Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: Julio Gerlein. Interviewed by Bob Angerman; Junior Rotarians Rehearsal. Bob Angerman's Rotary Committee, 1941 July 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 6: Elmer Davis. Weekly War Review, 1941 July 19, 26Add to your cart.
 
Item 7: G.R. rehearsal, first Rotary assembly; Shoes & Ships & Sealing Wax. Mary Gray Thompson's students, Dorothy Raymond's first appearance on the air, 1941 July 20; 1942 March 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: Rotary Program Rehearsal; Elmer Davis, Weekly War Review, 1941 July 1; 1941 August 2, 9Add to your cart.
Broken. Rotary: Frank Carr, G.R., Allen Street,  Doug Dich Hirshfield, Juan Harrell, Vera Howell, Ed Leslie, G.R.
Item 9: Kaltenborn -News, 1941 August 12, 13Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: Four-piano quartet. Other side practice cutting. N.G., 1941 August 17Add to your cart.
 
Item 11: Winston Churchill Part 1; George Fielding Elliott, weekly war analysis, 1941 August 24; 1941 August 23Add to your cart.
 
Item 12: Winston Churchill Part 2; John Gunther, guest of Walter Winchell, 1941 August 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 13: Roosevelt Freedom of the Seas (2 sides), 1941 September 11Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 14: Clifton Utley. Daily News of the war; Elmer Davis. Weekly War Review, 1941 September 12; 1941 September 13Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: Kaltenborn. Sunday War News, 1941 September 28Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: Roosevelt Navy Day Part 1; Fulton Lewis Jr. war comments, 1941 October 27; 1941 October 28Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: Roosevelt Navy Day Part 2, 1941 October 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 18: Rotary. Speakeasy. 2 sides, 1941 November 25Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: War - Japan. 1. Kaltenborn, 2:15 p.m., Upton Close 6 p.m., 1941 December 7Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 20: War - Japan. 6 p.m. news, Bawkage, Upton Close, Philippines; 10:30 p.m., NBC, 1941 December 7Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 21: War - Japan. 1. Roosevelt tells Congress. 2. House of Congress [sic] declares war, 1941 December 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 22: Clifton Utley. War news; 8 a.m. war news summary, 1941 December 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 23: George Fielding Elliott. 10:45 pm war news; 8 a.m. news, 1941 December 9; 1941 December 10Add to your cart.
 
Box 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Kaltenborn, Sunday News; Fulton Lewis, Jr., news, 1941 December 21; 1941 December 23Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 2: Susan Harrell. Christmas Play. 2 sides, 1941 December 22Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: Rotary Christmas Party. Roosevelt-Churchill light Children's Christmas Tree, 1941 December 23; 1941 December 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 4: Winston Churchill at Christmas tree at White House; Elmer Davis weekly news, 1941 December 24; 1941 December 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: Opera. Lily Pons Lakme 3rd act; Kaltenborn weekly news, 1941 December 27; 1941 December 28Add to your cart.
 
Item 6: New Year's Party 3110NW20 O.K.; Fulton Lewis Jr., 1942 January 1; 1942 January 6Add to your cart.
 
Item 7: Dennis McAvoy CBS News; Kaltenborn Sunday news, 1942 January 10; 1942 January 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: Fulton Lewis Jr. Washington news; Kaltenborn news, 1942 January 14; 1942 January 17Add to your cart.
 
Item 9: NBC War Week. 2 sides. Saturday review of week's news, 1942 January 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: Kaltenborn. News. Pearl Harbor investigation; Dennis McAvoy. Columbia - CBS News. Russia, 1942 January 25; 1942 January 31Add to your cart.
 
Item 11: 8 a.m. Columbia News. Mel Allen; Uncles & Aunts Party, 1942 February 6; 1942 February 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 12: Fulton Lewis Jr. News from Washington; Mel Allen Columbia 8 a.m. news - Singapore falling, 1942 February 9; 1942 February 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 13: Alf M. Landon. Lincoln Day Banquet; Columbia broadcast news 8 a.m. Mel Allen, 1942 February 11; 1942 February 16Add to your cart.
 
Item 14: This is War: New four chain broadcast; Upton Close Weekly War News, 1942 February 14; 1942 February 22Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: Opera. Tannhauser. 2nd Act; Kaltenborn weekly news - labor situation, 1942 February 14; 1942 February 22Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: Leroy Green Rotary program rehearsal both sides. Record cracked., 1942 February 16Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: CBS Morning News. Mel Allen 8 a.m.; 6 p.m. Fulton Lewis Jr. News from Washington. Wages. Hours - Defeat, 1942 February 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 18: NBC morning news. Kaltenborn 6:45 p.m. news; Upton Close NBC Far East news, 1942 February 28; 1942 March 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: Kaltenborn edits news. Sunday Mar1; Donald M Nelson chief of War Production Board, 1942 March 1; 1942 March 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 20: Fulton Lewis Jr. news from Washington; Fulton Lewis Jr. news from Washington: second Sidney Hillman clothing union expose., 1942 March 5; 1942 March 6Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: Kaltenborn edits the news. Wages & hours; Fulton Lewis Jr. News from Washington. "Bad Spot Investigation" by Congress. Effect of letters from all over country., 1942 March 8; 1942 March 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 22: Wky - 7:15 a.m. News reports story of protests to Washington on hours law; Fulton Lewis Jr. news from Washington. Labor situation., 1942 March 12; 1942 March 16Add to your cart.
 
Item 23: Winston Churchill part 2; Earl Godwin news. Roosevelt freezes wages., 1942 March 21; 1942 April 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 24: Kaltenborn edits news; Kaltenborn edits news - India. Labor. Unsent [sp?] bill, 1942 April 4; 1942 April 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 25: Kaltenborn: first raids on Japan; Upton Close: We attack Japan, 1942 April 18; 1942 April 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 26: Wm. L. Shirer news; Fulton Lewis Jr. News from Washington. Roosevelt's economy message to Congress, 1942 April 26; 1942 April 27Add to your cart.
Note on label: "First with new crystal cutter."
Item 27: Roosevelt fireside - economy # 1 & # 3; H.V. Kaltenborn news. Labor price-control, 1942 April 28; 1942 April 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 28: Roosevelt fireside # 2 - Fireside economy; Fulton Lewis Jr. news from Washington, 1942 April 28; 1942 May 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 29: Leon Henderson price control; News, 1942 May 18; 1942 May 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 30: Gwynne rehearsal for Rotary district conference speech, 1942 May 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 31: Dorothy Raymond "And fired the first shot heard 'round the world", 1942 JuneAdd to your cart.
 
Item 32: Kaltenborn News - Gas rationing. Alaska bombing. Ship sinking; Clifton Utley news. Alaska bombing, 1942 June 3; 1942 June 4Add to your cart.
 
Box 3Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Mass induction into the US Navy Part 1. Radio N.G.; Upton close 6 months after Pearl Harbor, 1942 June 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 2: Mass-Navy induction. O.C. 6 months after Pearl Harbor. Part 2; Clifton Utley news - Comments on British-Russian treaty, 1942 June 7; 1942 June 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: Robert St. John from London. People in the news; Shoes-Ships-Sealing Wax - Dorothy Raymond, 1942 June 7Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 4: Night of the tornado; Raymond Clapper news. Japs [sic] land on Alaskan islands; Kaltenborn news, 1942 June 12; 1942 July 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: "Pete" Elmer T. Peterson. Rotary & war rehearsal #1; Celanese hour. Sigmond Romberg Desert Song part 1, 1942 June 17; 1942 July 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 6: Elmer T. "Pete" Peterson - Rotary & war rehearsal for speech part 2; Celanese hour Sigmund Romberg's Desert Song part 2, 1942 June 17; 1942 July 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 7: Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Howard Barlow. Beethoven. Symphony No. 8 in F. Leonore Overture No. 3, 1942 June 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: Alex Dryer news; Will Rogers air base program, 1942 July 20; 1942 July 22Add to your cart.
 
Item 9: Cordell Hull. Sec. State on winning the war; Morgan Beatty war journal, 1942 July 22; 1942 July 28Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: HV Kaltenborn. Russia not licked; Upton Close. Far East., 1942 July 28; 1942 August 9Add to your cart.
 
Item 11: HV Kaltenborn flies to England. Returns same week., 1942 August 10-14Add to your cart.
 
Item 12: Paul V. McKnutt. War manpower. HV Kaltenborn. Solomon Islands, Churchill visit Moscow, labor etc. in Britain; Secretary of Agriculture Claude Wickard, Congressman from Alaska Anthony Diamond, 1942 August 17; 1942 August 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 13: Kaltenborn. Roosevelt failes in NY gubernatorial race. Union troubles - Union aluminum strike; Wendell Wilkie on march of time, 1942 August 20Add to your cart.
 
Item 14: Sol Bloom, congressman from New York; Senator Bob Taft; Helen Hayes; Donald Nelson, 1942 August 20, 24, 25, 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: HV Kaltenborn; Kaltenborn. Strikes., 1942 August 27; 1942 September 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: Leon Henderson. Inflation; Morgan Beatty Daily War Journal - last issue, 1942 September 3; 1942 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: Kaltenborn. Labor; Kaltenborn. Labor Day; Earl Godwin news, 1942 September 4, 7, 16Add to your cart.
 
Item 18: Labor Day # 1. William Green. # 1; General George H. Brett, 1942 September 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: Labor Day # 2. Green cont'd. Paul McNutt; Kaltenborn. Roosevelt, strikes, 1942 September 7; 1942 September 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 20: Labor Day # 3.  Paul McNutt; Kaltenborn rubber report, 1942 September 7; 1942 September 10Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: Roosevelt Labor Day Part 1; HV Kaltenborn news, 1942 September 7; 1942 September 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 22: Roosevelt Labor Day Part 2; Week's news in review KTOK, Burns - economic dictator, 1942 September 7; 1942 October 4Add to your cart.
 
Item 23: John Gunther week's news. Wendell Wilkie; Upton Close news, 1942 October 10Add to your cart.
 
Item 24: Roosevelt fireside No. 1; HV Kaltenborn news - Solomon, 1942 October 12; 1942 October 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 25: Roosevelt fireside No. 2, 1942 October 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 26: Dorothy Thompson comments on Russia, 1942 October 25Add to your cart.
 
Item 27: Upton Close - news ; Clifton Utley news & comments on Wilkie, 1942 October 25; 1942 October 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 28: Wendell Wilkie # 1 & # 3 Fireside chat on World War, 1942 October 26Add to your cart.
 
Item 29: Wendell Wilkie # 2 Fireside Chat ; Kaltenborn on Wilkie & Earl Godwin, 1942 October 26; 1942 October 27Add to your cart.
 
Item 30: Wendell Wilkie march of time, Kaltenborn; Kaltenborn day after election, 1942 October 29; 1942 November 4Add to your cart.
 
Item 31: Clifton Utley news; Roosevelt, 1942 November 17Add to your cart.
 
Item 32: HV Kaltenborn war news, 1942 November 23Add to your cart.
 
Item 33: Kaltenborn. French fleet scuttled, Toulon; Winston Churchill from London, 1942 November 27; 1942 November 29Add to your cart.
 
Item 34: Winston Churchill Part 2; Fulton Lewis Jr. from Wichita, farm tire situation, 1942 November 29; 1942 December 1Add to your cart.
 
Box 4Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Fulton Lewis Jr. Food shortage (in center of record), 1942 December 9Add to your cart.
 
Item 2: # 1 Herbert Hoover: planning for the peace; Upton Close Weekly War News Summary, 1942 December 16; 1942 December 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: # 2 Herbert Hoover: planning for the peace; Alex Drier news - Skelly, 1942 December 16; 1942 December 25Add to your cart.
 
Item 4: Met Opera - Tannhauser, Act 2; Eddie Rickenbacher tells of his rescue at sea - the Pacific, 1942 December 19; 1942 December 20Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: Readings by Dorothy Raymond, 1942 December 21Add to your cart.
Includes: The Errors of Santa Claus, Stephen Leacock; Christmas Only Comes But Once a Year, Corey Ford; The Waltz, Dorothy Parker; The Paintable Type, Cornelia Otis Skinner
Item 6: Elmer Davis. Claude Wickard coupon rationing, part 1; New Year's Party at the Raymond's, 1942 December 27; 1943 January 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 7: Elmer Davis. Claude Wickard coupon rationing, part 2; Meetin. Roosevelt & Churchill meeting in Casablanca, Africa # 1., 1942 December 27; 1943 January 26Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: Meeting. Roosevelt & Churchill in Africa #2. Upton Close, Weekly War News, 1943 January 26; 1943 January 31Add to your cart.
 
Item 9: Kaltenborn. Germany announces loss [of] Stalingrad. Raymond Graham [?] swing, 1943 February 3; April 9, 1943Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: James F. Byrnes: Next steps against inflation; Walter M. Harrison; Roosevelt part 2, 1943 February 9; 1943 February 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 11: Roosevelt Lincoln Day speech # 1; Upton Close, 1943 February 12; 1943 February 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 12: Madame Chiang Kai-shek: I.S. = preliminaries, O.S = parts 3 or end; Admiral Ben Morreell, C.B.'s; Earl Godwin, news: Bombing Berlin, 1943 February 18; 1943 March 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 13: Kaltenborn: Madame Chiang Kai-shek, part 2. "See other record for preliminaties.", 1943 February 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 14: General Giraud to French people in North Africa; Leyland Stowe on Russia, Upton Close, 1943 March 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: NY Philharmonic, Liszt, Gran Chromatic Harn. [sic], Grand Galop Chromatique; Fulton Lewis, Jr., meat rationing, 1943 March 14; 1943 March 19Add to your cart.
Lewis: "good." Broken.
Item 16: Winston Churchill Part # 1; Elmer Davis, chief of OWI - Weekly War Report - News, 1943 March 21; 1943 April 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: Fulton Lewis, Jr. News: food rationing; James F. Byrnes, director of War Mobilization, part 1, 1943 April 9; 1943 May 31Add to your cart.
 
Item 18: Roosevelt & Camacho, Monterrey, Mexico; News of coal strike, 1943 April 20; 1943 May 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: Roosevelt on coal strike; African climax - capture of Tunis-Biserte, 1943 May 5; 1943 May 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 20: Kaltenborn. End of African campaign; Earl Godwin: News, coal strike, 1943 May 12; 1943 June 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: James F. Byrnes, part 2; Kaltenborn, news, 1943 May 31Add to your cart.
 
Item 22: Fulton Lewis Jr. News, coal strike, 5 freedoms; Harold L. Ickes on coal strike, 1943 June 2; 1943 June 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 23: Harold L. Ickes #2 on coal strike; Upton Close, war news, 1943 June 30; 1943 July 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 24: John Gunther: Attack on Sicily; Rupert Hughes: women's suffrage, etc., 1943 July 13; 1943 July 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 25: NBC News, Kaltenborn: Overthrow of Mussolini, 1943 July 26Add to your cart.
 
Item 26: Roosevelt on Italy #1; Kaltenborn, news, food shortage, 1943 July 28; 1943 July 29Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 27: Roosevelt on Italy ER #2; William L. Shirer: News, end of Sicily, 1943 July 28; 1943 August 6Add to your cart.
 
Item 28: NY Philharmonic: Beethoven Overture to Prometheus, Saint-Saens Concerto No. 3 in B minor; NBC Symphony: Dvorak, Carnival Overture, Humoresque, 1943 August 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 29: NY Philharmonic: Saint-Saens Concerto in Bminor cont'd; NBC Symphony, Frank Black: Dvorak, Slavonic Dances, Dance in C major, Symphony No. 5 in E minor, New World Symphony, 1943 August 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 30: NBC Symphony: Antonin Dvorak Record 3. New World Symphony, part 2; Alex Drier, news: Germany turned from Nazi to militarists., 1943 August 8; 1943 August 9Add to your cart.
 
Box 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: NBC Symphony: Antonin Dvorak Record 4. New World Symphony, part 3; Leon Henderson: first as news commentator, 1943 August 8; 1943 August 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 2: NY Philharmonic, Fritz Reiner, Conductor, Nathan Milstein, violin: Record 1, Overture [unknown]; Record 3, Mendelssohn Concerto in E minor, concluded, Thomas Hart Benton, by Edward Arnold: Meeting of the Railroads, 1943 August 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: NY Philharmonic, Fritz Reiner, Conductor, Nathan Milstein, soloist: Record 2, Mendelssohn Concerto in E minor, cont'd.; Record 4, Shostakovich Symphony in G, 1943 August 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 4: NY Philharmonic, Fritz Reiner, Conductor, Nathan Milstein, violin: Record 5: Shostakovich Symphony No.6; NBC Symphony, Frank Black, conductor, Strauss, Overture to Die Fledermaus, Saint-Saens, Suite del Jordain, Picturesque Impressions of a Voyage to Algiers, 1943 August 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: NY Philharmonic, Fritz Reiner, Conductor: Record 6, Shostakovich Symphony No. 6; NBC Symphony: Record 2: Saint-Saens, Suite del Jordain, Picturesque Impressions of a Voyage to Algiers, 1943 August 15Add to your cart.
 
Item 6: NBC Symphony, Fritz Kreisler, Conductor: Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 in F minor, two last movements; Earl Godwin news, 1943 August 15; 1943 August 17Add to your cart.
 
Item 7: NBC Symphony: Record 4, Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 4 in F minor, concluded; Rupert Hughes on women, 1943 August 15; 1943 August 29Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, Dmitri Mitropoulos, conductor: Dance poem, La Paris, by Dukas; Record 3, Reading chapter from American scriptures, Carl Van Doren, George Washington's farewell address, read by Cecil Humphreys, Piano soloist Joseph Hoffman, Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, 1943 August 22Add to your cart.
First side noted to be cut poorly.
Item 9: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, Dmitri Mitropoulos conducts LaVeles [sic] La Valse, 1943 August 22Add to your cart.
"Back side N.G."
Item 10: NY Philharmonic: Record 4 (T-1), Beethoven Concerto No. 4 in G minor, cont'd; NBC Symphony, Frank Black conductor, all-Russian program (T-1), 1943 August 22Add to your cart.
NBC: Polovetzian Dances from Borodin's opera; Prince Igor: Dance of the Slave Maidens, Dance of the Archers
Item 11: NY Philharmonic: Record 5 (T-2), Beethoven Concerto No. 4 in G minor, conclusion, CBS World News; NBC Symphony: Record 2 (T-1), American Premiere, Concerto for Harp and Orchestra by Reinhold Gliere, Edward Veto [sic], soloist, 1943 August 22Add to your cart.
Gliere: composed in 1940.
Item 12: NBC Symphony: Record 4, T-2: Frank Black conducting; Earl Godwin, news: bombing of Berlin, 1943 August 22; 1932 [sic?] August 24Add to your cart.
NBC: Rachmaninoff, Prelude in G minor, in C# minor, Rimsky-Korsakov, The Snow Maiden, Dance of the Buffoons
Item 13: NBC Symphony: Record 3, T-1: Concerto for Harp and Orchestra continued; James G. McDonald, week's news of the war, 1943 August 22; 1943 August 29Add to your cart.
 
Item 14: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Dmitri Mitropoulos, conductor: National Anthem, Ralph Vaughan William's Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis; NY Philharmonic: Record 3, T-1: Symphony in B-flat Major, Ernest Chausson, 1943 August 29Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Vaughan Williams Fantasia, concluded, Symphony in B-flat major, Ernest Chausson; Carl Van Doren, Walter Hampton, Dean Jagor: American Scriptures:, 1943 August 29Add to your cart.
Am. Scriptures: Edmond Burke (by Hampton): Need of Conciliation - Britain for Colonies (3/22/1975), Patrick Henry (Jagor): Let Virginia Arm Itself
Item 16: NY Philharmonic: Record 5, T-1: Igor Stravinsky, The Firebird; NBC Symphony, Frank Black, conductor, Ambrose Thomas, Overture to Raymond, Liszt, Liebestraum, 1943 August 29Add to your cart.
Firebird: "Rather low - dreamy." Thomas: "Good - lively." Liszt: "Good."
Item 17: NY Philharmonic: Record 6, T-2: Igor Stravinsky, The Firebird, World News; NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Franz Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody # 13 in A minor, Debussy, Clouds, Festivals - Nocturne, 1943 August 29Add to your cart.
 
Item 18: NY Philharmonic: Record 3, T-1: Debussy, Clouds, Festivals cont'd., Tchaikovsky, Romeo & Juliet; NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Milhaud, Suite Provencale, 1943 August 29; 1943 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: NBC Symphony: Record 4, T-2: Tchaikovsky, Romeo & Juliet concluded; NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Liszt, Concerto No. 2 in A major for piano & orchestra, 1943 August 29; 1943 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 20: Winston Churchill from Quebec, part 1; HV Kaltenborn, news, invasion of Italy, 1943 August 31; 1943 September 3Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: Winston Churchill from Quebec, part 2; NBC Symphony, Record 4, Table 2: Strauss, Blue Danube Waltz, 1943 August 31; 1943 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 22: NBC Symphony: Recort 1, T-1, Overture to Smetana's The Bartered Bride, Guillaume Lekeu's Adagio for Strings; NBC Symphony, Record 3, T-1: Saint-Saens Cello Concerto in A Minor, cont'd, Harvey Shapiro, soloist, Sibelius Valse Triste, 1943 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 23: NY Philharmonic: Record 3, T-1: Liszt, Concerto No. 2 in A Major for piano and orchestra, cont'd, Carl Van Doren, House Jamison, American Scripture: The Bill of Rights; NY Philharmonic: Record 5, T-1: Mussorgsky, Pictures at an Exhibition, arr. Ravel, 1943 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 24: NY Philharmonic: Record 4, T-2: Mussorgsky, Pictures at an Exhibition; NBC Symphony, Record 2, T-2: Adagio cont'd, Saint-Saens Cello Concerto in A minor (Shapiro), 1943 September 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 25: Italy surrenders: News at noon, HV Kaltenborn, 1943 September 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 26: Alex Drier: News, surrender of Italy; James G. McDonald, week's review of the news, Italian surrender, 1943 September 9; 1943 September 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 27: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Harold Barlow, conductor, Edouard Lalo, Le Roi d'Ys, overture; NY Philharmonic, Record 3, T-1: The Sea, by Frank Bridge, cont'd., American Scriptures, 1943 September 12Add to your cart.
Am. Scriptures: Carl Van Doren, Raymond Edward Johnson:  "The Republicans elect Thomas Jefferson"; Jefferson's inaugural address, March 4, 1801
Item 28: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: The Sea, by Frank Bridge; Sigfried Idyll, Richard Wagner, 1943 September 12Add to your cart.
 
Box 6Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: NY Philharmonic: Record 5, T-1: Wagner, Prelude to Act III of Lohengrin, Apprentices' Dance, Prelude to Act III, Entrance of the Meistersingers; NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-1: Frank Black, conductor, Mendelssohn, Athalia Overture, Debussy String Quartet in G minor, Mvt. III (F. Black transcription), 1943 September 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 2: NY Philharmonic: Record 6, T-2: Die Meistersinger Prelude to Act III, cont'd, news; NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Chas. F. Kettering, Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Major, Byron Yanis (15 years old), soloist, 1943 September 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: NBC Symphony: Record 3, T-1: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, cont'd, Byron Yanis; NY Philharmonic, Record 1, T-1: Leonore Overture No. 1, Beethoven, Mozart piano concerto in C major, Robert Casadesus, 1943 September 12; 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
"Explanation and announcement only on this record." Broken.
Item 4: NBC Symphony: Record 4, T-2: Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, concluded; NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Mozart, Piano Concerto in C Major, Robert Casadesus - "start of music", 1943 September 12; 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: NBC Symphony, Arturo Toscanini, cond.: Record 1, T-1: Bizet's opera, The Fair Maid of Perth; NBC Symphony Record 3, T-1: Bizet, 5 numbers from L'Arlesienne, concluded, Carmen excerpts, 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
Fair Maid of Perth: Prelude, Serenade, March, Gypsy Dance
Item 6: NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Bizet, 5 numbers from L'Arlesienne; NBC Symphony: Record 4, T-2: Bizet, Carmen excerpts concluded, 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
L'Arlesienne: Prelude, Menuetto, Adagietto, Pastoral, Carillon
Item 7: NY Philharmonic: Record 3, T-1: Mozart Piano Concerto in C major, Robert Casadesus, soloist, cont'd.; NY Philharmonic, Record 5, T-1: Images for Orchestra, Debussy, cont'd., 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 8: NY Philharmonic: Record 4, T-2: American Scriptures: Carl Van Doren, Gene Herscholt, April 1859, Carl Schurtz, Images for Orchestra, Debussy (3 parts); NY Philharmonic: Record 6, T-2: Debussy, Images for Orchestra, concluded, news, 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 9: NY Philharmonic: Record 5, T-1, 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
In jacket labeled for previous item.
Item 10: NY Philharmonic: Record 6, T-2, 1943 September 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 11: NBC Symphony: Record 1, Table 1: Tchaikovsky, Mischa Mischakoff, violin, D major Violin Concerto; NBC Symphony: Record 3, T-1: Tchaikovsky, D Major Concerto concluded, Kettering, Intangibles, 1943 October 10Add to your cart.
 
Item 12: NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Tchaikovsky D Major Violin Concerto cont'd; NBC Symphony: Record 4, T-2 Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture concluded, 1943 October 10Add to your cart.
Second side plays inside to outside.
Item 13: Vice President Henry A. Wallace on China; Wendel Wilkie, introducing Walter Lippman - war news, 1943 October 10; 1943 October 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 14: NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-1: Frank Black, conductor, overture to The Secret of Susan, Gounod, Ballet music from Faust; Record 3, T-1: Anton Arensky, Variations for String Orchestra on a Theme by Tchaikovsky, 1943 October 24Add to your cart.
First side, possibly second play inside to outside.
Item 15: NBC Symphony, Record 2, T-2: Ballet music from Faust (Gounod), cont'd., talk by Kettering; Record 4, T-2: Rimsky-Korsakov, Scheherezade, 4th mvt., 1943 October 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-1: Arturo Toscanini, conductor, Mozart Overture to the Magic Flute, Haydn London Symphony (No. 104, D Major); NBC Symphony, Record 3, T-1: Beethoven Symphony No. 8 in F Major, 1943 October 31Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2 Joseph Haydn, London Symphony, concluded; Record 4, T-2: Beethoven, Symphony No. 8, concluded, 1943 October 31Add to your cart.
First side, possibly second play inside to outside.
Item 18: HV Kaltenborn, news. Russian peace conference, coal strike (a little); Kaltenborn, news - coal strike settled, inflation on way., 1943 November 1; 1943 November 3Add to your cart.
Inside out.
Item 19: NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-1: Arturo Toscanini, conductor, Domenico Cimarosa, The Secret Marriage, Debussy, Iberia; Record 3, T-1: Bernardo Segal, piano: Fantasy Baziliera, Francisco Mignoni, George Gershwin, An American in Paris, 1943 November 14Add to your cart.
First side, possibly second play inside to outside.
Item 20: NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Arturo Toscanini, conductor, Debussy Iberia, Cont. Kettering; Record 4, T-2: George Gershwin, An American in Paris concluded, 1943 November 14Add to your cart.
First side, possibly second play inside to outside.
Item 21: NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-1: Rossini, Overture to the Barber of Seville, Kurt Atterburg (sp?) Symphony in C major, 3 mvts; Record 3, T-1: Atterburg concluded (Toscanini), AH Black and Squirrely's Uncles Camp, 1943 November 21Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 22: NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Atterburg Symphony No. 6, cont'd; Record 4, T-2: Ravel, La Valse, 1943 November 21Add to your cart.
 
Item 23: Uncle's Clan. Songs - interviews with NisDamberg (sic) with all guests and members; Uncle's Clan: Visit between Uncle Herb Black and Uncle Sol, 1943 December 10; 1943 December 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 24: Uncle's Clan. Annual meeting and election, Records 1 and 2, 1943 December 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 25: Uncle's Clan. Annual meeting and election, Records 3 and 4, 1943 December 11Add to your cart.
 
Item 26: Fulton Lewis Jr.: Jack & Heinz; Roosevelt, reports on trip to Teheran and Cairo, 1943 November 18; 1943 December 24Add to your cart.
Organized by later date to keep Roosevelt sections together.
Item 27: Roosevelt #2, report on Tehran, Cairo; Kaltenborn year-end news: Review ("War well fought, home front bungled"), strong [illegible - spider?], 1943 December 24; 1943 December 31Add to your cart.
 
Item 28: The Adventures of Lt. Ben King: Records 1 and 3, T-1: Record 1 = The Story, Record 3 - I.S. introductions, O.S. questions and answers following story, 1943 December 29Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 29: The Adventures of Lt. Ben King: Records 2 and 4: Record 2 = The Story, concluded, Record 4 = questions and answers concluded, 1943 December 29Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 30: Gabriel Heater, year-end news; Fulton Lewis Jr., news: President's message to Congress, 1943 December 31; 1944 January 1Add to your cart.
Roosevelt's message: 1. Contract renegotiations, 2. Price stabilization, food subsidies, 3. $1 billion food subsidies, 4. Realistic tax bill $10 billion/year, 5. National service law. Civilian draft bill, stop strikes.
Box 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-2: Beethoven, Emperor Concerto, Robert Casadesus; Record 3, T-1: Beethoven concluded, Wagner Prelude to Lohengrin, 1944 January 2Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 2: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Beethoven, Emperor Concerto, cont'd; Record 4, T-2, Wagner Lohengrin Prelude concluded, Strauss, Merry Pranks of Till Eulenspiegel, 1944 January 2Add to your cart.
Possibly inside to outside.
Item 3: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Mozart C Major Piano Concerto, Hortense Monath, soloist; Record 3, T-1: Dvorak, New World Symphony, 1944 January 9Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 4: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Mozart, C Major Piano Concerto cont'd; Record 4, T-2: Dvorak, New World Symphony cont'd, 1944 January 9Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: Record 1, T-1: HV Kaltenborn, news, Roosevelt on National Service Law; Roosevelt to nation on day of message to Congress, 1944 January 11Add to your cart.
"Watch out for scratches." Inside to outside.
Item 6: Record 2, T-2: President Roosevelt, Bert Wheeler, Rotary International, Leonard Bailey, Pete Peterson; Rotary International, 1944 January 11; 1944 April 24Add to your cart.
April, Rotary: Rex Hayes, Pete Peterson, Bob Angerman, Joe Murphy, Herman Rolecke Sr.
Item 7: Records 1, 3: Lt. Erwin Cihak: Bombing of Pearl Harbor, Air Corps in Australia, 1944 January 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: Records 2, 4: Lt. Erwin Cihak of Berwin, IL., cont'd., 1944 January 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 9: NY Met Opera: Carmen, Records 1, 3, T-1, 1944 January 22Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 10: NY Met Opera: Carmen, Records 2, 4, T-2. Record 4: End Act I; Act II, Toreador's Song, 1944 January 22Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 11: NY Met Opera: Carmen, Records 5, 7, T-1. Record 5: Toreador Song cont'd, 1944 January 22Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 12: NY Met Opera: Carmen, Records 6, 8, T-2, 1944 January 22Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 13: NY Met Opera: Carmen, Record 9, T-1; NY Philharmonic, Record 1, T-1: Brahms, Piano Concerto No. 2., 1944 January 22; 1943 November 21Add to your cart.
Inside to outside. Second side: "Circuit opened in middle of record - N.G." Organized according to later date in the interest of keeping the "Carmen" set together.
Item 14: NY Met Opera: Carmen, Record 10, T-2, last act, NY Philharmonic; Record 1, T-1: Handel Concerto for Orchestra and Organ in D Major, arr. Hardy, Hindemith Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Weber, 1944 January 22; 1944 January 23Add to your cart.
Inside to outside. Hindemith: "Not very good."
Item 15: NY Met Opera: Carmen concluded, Record 11, T-1 ("inner half of record") ; NY Philharmonic: R-2, T-2: Hindemith, Metamorphosis on Themes by Weber cont'd., 1944 January 22; 1944 January 23Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: NY Philharmonic: Record 3, T-1: Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major, Uberman; Record 5, T-1: Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major concluded, 1944 January 23Add to your cart.
"Good violin. For R-6 see 1-23-44"
Item 17: NY Philharmonic: Record 4, T-2: Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major, cont'd.; Record 2, T-1: Beethoven, Symphony No. 7, cont'd., 1944 January 23; 1944 January 30Add to your cart.
Beethoven: "3rd movement is lively - starts @ 9 min on this record"
Item 18: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-2: Beethoven, Symphony No. 7; Record 3, T-2: Symphony No. 7 concluded, 5 min. of news, 1944 January 30Add to your cart.
Beethoven: "Better with expansion." Possibly additional spoken content on second side. Plays inside to outside.
Item 19: NY Met Opera: Record 1, T-2: Norma, Overture, Act 1; Record 3, T-2: Act 1 cont'd, 1944 February 12Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 20: NY Met Opera: Record 2, T-2: Norma, 1st Act cont'd.; Record 4, T-1: Act 1 concluded, 1944 February 12Add to your cart.
 
Item 21: Fulton Lewis, Jr.: News, Congress rebels, Alvin-Barkley resigns, account of Roosevelt's veto of tax bill; HV Kaltenborn, news ("see above.", 1944 February 23Add to your cart.
 
Item 22: Fulton Lewis, Jr.: News, the revolt in Congress cont'd. from 2/23/44; NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Chopin 2nd Piano Concerto in F minor, cont'd., 1944 February 24; 1944 February 27Add to your cart.
Side 1: outside to inside. Side 2: inside to outside
Item 23: Records 1, 3, T-1: Opera - Tales of Hoffman. Prologue; Act I, 1944 February 26Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 24: Records 2, 4, T-2: Opera - Tales of Hoffman. End of Prologue; near end of Act I., 1944 February 26Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 25: Record 5, T-1: Opera - Tales of Hoffman. End act 1, beginning Act 2, Barcarolle (marked on disc); NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Polonaise Symphonique, Karol Rathaus, Chopin 2nd Piano Concerto in F Minor, Witold MalcuzynskiAdd to your cart.
Inside to outside. Hoffman recording ends after this segment.
Item 26: NY Philharmonic: Record 3, T-1: Chopin 2nd Piano Concerto in F Minor, concluded, Carl Van Doren, American Scriptures: Steel, by Carl Sandberg; NY Philharmonic: Brahms Symphony No. 4 cont'd., 1944 February 27Add to your cart.
"See 2-24-44 and 2-26-44 fo R-1 and R-2"
Item 27: NY Philharmonic: Record 4, T-2: Brahms Symphony No. 4 in E minor; Record 6, T-2: Brahms concluded, 1944 February 27Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 28: Opera [group not specified]: Record 1, T-1: La Boheme, Act I; Record 3, T-1: End of Act I, beginning of Act II, 1944 March 4Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 29: Opera [group not specified]: Record 2, T-2: La Boheme, Act I; Record 4, T-2: Act 2 concluded, 1944 March 4Add to your cart.
Crack on outer rim. Inside to outside.
Item 30: Opera [group not specified]: Record 5, T-1: La Boheme, comments on Act 2, beginning of Act 3; Record 7, T-1: Beginning of Act 4, 1944 March 4Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 31: Opera [group not specified]: Record 6, T-2: La Boheme, end of Act 3; Record 8, T-2: Act 4, the end, 1944 March 4Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 32: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Beethoven's 9th Symphony; Record 3, T-1: cont'd., 1944 March 19Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Box 8Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Beethoven's 9th Symphony, with vocalists and chorus; Record 4, T-2: cont'd., 1944 March 19Add to your cart.
 
Item 2: Opera [group not specified] Record 1, T-1: The Magic Flute; Record 3, T-1: Magic Flute cont'd., 1944 April 1Add to your cart.
Sung in English. Inside to outside.
Item 3: Opera [group not specified]: Record 2, T-2, The Magic Flute; Record 4, T-2: Magic Flute cont'd., 1944 April 1Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 4: Opera [group not specified]: Record 5, T-1: The Magic Flute, end Act I; Record 7, T-1: Magic Flute cont'd., 1944 April 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 5: Opera [group not specified]: Record 6, T-2: The Magic Flute, beginning of Act II; Record 8, T-2: Magic Flute cont'd., 1944 April 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 6: Magic Flute, Records 9, 11, T-1, 1944 April 1 [sic]Add to your cart.
No jacket.
Item 7: Opera [group not specified]: Record 10, T-2: The Magic Flute; Record 12, T-2: Magic Flute cont'd., 1944 April 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 8: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, T-1: Shostakovich, Symphony No. 8; Record 3, T-1: Shostakovich cont'd, 1944 April 2Add to your cart.
Broken. Inside to outside.
Item 9: NY Philharmonic: Record 2, T-2: Shostakovich, Symphony No. 8; Record 4, T-2: Shostakovich cont'd, 1944 April 2Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-2: Arturo Toscanini, conductor. Mignoni, Symphonic Impressions of Four Old Brazilian Churches; NBC Symphony: Record 1, T-1: Arturo Toscanini, conductor, Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in E Minor, Joscha Heifetz, violin, 1944 April 2; 1944 April 9Add to your cart.
Mignoni marked "so-so." Inside to outside.
Item 11: NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Mignoni, Symphonic Impressions of Four Old Brazilian Churches, concluded, Kettering, The Green Leaf, Oscar Levant, Gershwin Piano Concerto in F Major; NBC Symphony: Record 2, T-2: Mendelssohn Concerto in E Minor, continued., 1944 April 2; 1944 April 9Add to your cart.
After Gershwin: "Did not like it well enough to continue the recording." Mendelssohn: "Last part lively." Inside to outside.
Item 12: Fulton Lewis, Jr., Salina, KS on OPA and being barred from appeal to courts; Alex Drier, news, fall of Rome, 1944 April 21; 1944 June 5Add to your cart.
Outside to inside.
Item 13: Rotary; Roosevelt on the fall of Rome, 1944 April 24; 1944 June 5Add to your cart.
Rotary includes Phil Lovejoy, Rex Hayes, Pete Peterson, Bob Angerman, Joe Murphy, Herman Rolecke
Item 14: Invasion, Record 1, T-1: Kaltenborn, 6 am. 1. NBC. 2. Columbia. 3. Blue; Invasion, Record 3, T-1: 7 a.m., 1944 June 6Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: Invasion - 2, Record 2, Tablw 2. Bawkage, 6:20 a.m.; Cedric Foster, News - Total World War for the invasion week, 1944 June 6; 1944 June 11Add to your cart.
Side 2: Outside to inside.
Item 16: Ray Henley for Fulton Lewis, Jr.  CIO political action committee. Sidney Hillman testifies before Congress; War news, Cedric Foster, 2nd week of invasion, 1944 June 13; 1944 June 18Add to your cart.
Outside to inside.
Item 17: WKY Victory in Motion, 2 years on Treas. Island, Mary Gray Thompson, Dorothy R.; Cedric Foster, news, 1944 July 22; 1944 July 23Add to your cart.
Outside to inside.
Item 18: Roosevelt from Bremerton, WA, Record 1, T-1; Robert St. John, news, 5th anniversary of march on Poland, 1944 August 12; 1944 September 1.Add to your cart.
Side 1: Outside to inside. Side 2: Inside to outside.
Item 19: Roosevelt from Bremerton, WA, Record 2, T-2; War news, John W. Vanderbrook and war correspondents, 1944 August 12, 1944 September 6Add to your cart.
Outside to inside.
Item 20: HV Kaltenborn, news. Paris captured, Romania joins allies; News, Alex Drier, airborne invasion of Holland, remarks about Dewey, 1944 August 23; 1944 September 18Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 21: Dewey, no. 1; Dewey on labor, Record 1, T-1, 1944 September 7; 1944 September 18Add to your cart.
Side 1: Outside to inside. Side 2: Inside to outside.
Item 22: Dewey, no. 2; Dewey on labor, Record 2, T-2, 1944 September 7; 1944 September 18Add to your cart.
Side 1: Outside to inside. Side 2: Inside to outside.
Box 9Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Franklin D. Roosevelt introduced by Dan Tobin - political - Teamsters Union, Record 1, T-2, Record 3, T-2; Tom Dewey, speech at Oklahoma City. Rebroadcast, inside of record., 1944 September 23; 1944 September 25, 27Add to your cart.
Side 1: Outside to inside.
Item 2: F.D. Roosevelt, political, Record 2, T-1; Tom Dewey, speech at Oklahoma City, Record 2, T-1, 1944 September 23; 1944 September 25, 27Add to your cart.
Side 1: Outside to inside.
Item 3: Thomas E. Dewey on taxes, Record 1, T-2, 1944 October 3Add to your cart.
Side 1: Outside to inside.
Item 4: Dewey on labor, Record 1, T-1; Roosevelt on war, at Philadelphia, Record 1, T-1, 1944 October 20; 1944 October 27Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 5: Dewey on labor, Record 2, T-2; Roosevelt on war, Record 1, T-1, 1944 October 20; 1944 October 27Add to your cart.
Broken.
Item 6: Dewey, subversive elements in Democratic Party; Roosevelt, Record 1, T-1, 1944 November 1; 1944 November 4Add to your cart.
"See 11-4-44 for R-2."
Item 7: FDR 2-2, 1944 November 4Add to your cart.
No jacket.
Item 8: Dewey, Record 2, T-2; New Year's Eve party at home, 1944 November 4; 1945 January 1Add to your cart.
Side 2: Outside to inside. Cracked.
Item 9: Fulton Lewis, Jr., Henry Wallace to replace Jesse Jones;  Fulton Lewis, Jr., Jesse Jones denounces Henry Wallace, Charles Lewis: Henry Wallace replies to Jesse Jones re: appointment as Secretary of Commerce, 1945 January 22, 1945 January 24, 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: Upton Close: "We capture Manila - Philippines." Weekly news, meeting of Big 3, News, John Vanderhook, "We cross Rhine"; Cedric Foster, crossing of the Rhine news, GE News - race beyond Rhine, BF Goodrich, William C. Harsh., 1945 February 4, March 8; 1945 March 25, 27Add to your cart.
Outside in, both sides.
Item 11: News - Ned Calmers, Walter Winchell, Cedric Foster; News, 5 min. Bill Henreid, Death of Roosevelt., 1945 April 8; 1945 April 11-12Add to your cart.
Outside in, both sides.
Item 12: The death of Roosevelt, by Kaltenborn, On the late Pres. Roosevelt, by Kaltenborn, News, 5 min., Ned Calmers, Roosevelt's funeral, News, 5 min, on Pres. Truman's speech to Congress, News, 5 min, Robert Trout; Ned Calmers, 5-min news, Robert Trout, Ned Calmers, 1945 April 12-15, 18; 1945 April 22, 23, May 5Add to your cart.
Outside in, both sides.
Item 13: Harry S. Truman, President, first address to Congress; Ned Calmers, End of war, Pres. Truman announces end of war, 1945 April 16; 1945 May 6, 7, 8Add to your cart.
Outside in, both sides.
Item 14: Winston Churchill, unconditional surrender of Germany; Kaltenborn on signing of surrender of Germany, Walter Winchell, 1945 May 8, 9; May 13Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: Pres. Harry Truman, close of San Francisco Peace Conference; Pres. Truman report on Berlin, atomic bombs on Japs [sic], 1945 June 26; 1945 August 9Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: End of Jap [sic] war, 8a.m. Columbia B.C., 5:55 Robert Trout, 6:45 Kaltenborn, 5:55 (Aug 13), William C. Harsh; News: Jap [sic] surrender?, 1945 August 10, 13; 1945 August 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: "Jap surrender", 1945 August 14Add to your cart.
 
Item 18: V.J. Day: Signing of formal surrender; Pres. Harry Truman, General MacArthur, Admiral Nimitz, 1945 September 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: V.J. Day, Eroica Symphony, Beethoven, Toscanini & NBC; H.S. Truman, President, Navy Day address, foreign policy, 1945 September 1, 1945 October 27Add to your cart.
 
Box 10Add to your cart.
 
Item 1: Truman concluded, Record 2, T-2, Truman on labor, Record 1, T-2; Pres. Harry S Truman on labor, etc., 1945 October 27, 30; 1946 January 3Add to your cart.
Outside in, side 1.
Item 2: Truman on labor, Record 2, T-1; Fulton Lewis, Jr., meat strike; Truman on strikes, 1945 October 30; 1946 January 25, 3Add to your cart.
 
Item 3: Winston Churchill, Record 1, T-1; Record 3, T-1, 1946 March 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 4: Winston Churchill at Fulton, Record 2, T-2; Winston Churchill in NYC, Record 1, T-1, 1946 March 5; 1946 March 15Add to your cart.
Side 2: Inside out.
Item 5: Winston Churchill, Record 2, T-2; "speed tests", 1946 March 15Add to your cart.
Side 1: Inside out.
Item 6: Winston Churchill, Record 3, Oklahoma Symphony Society, practice and warm-up; Oklahoma Symphony Society, Little Symphony, Bach Suite No. 1 in B Minor, 1946 March 15, April 1; 1946 April 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 7: NY Philharmonic: Record 1, Partita, Lionel Barrymore; Record 3: NY Philharmonic: Brahms Violin Concerto in D [major] continued, 1946 March 31Add to your cart.
Side 1: Inside out.
Item 8: NY Philharmonic: Record 2: Beethoven's 3rd symphony, Leonore overture, Brahms violin concerto in D major, Zeno Francescatti, violin; Record 4: Brahms violin concerto conclusion, 1946 March 31Add to your cart.
Inside to outside.
Item 9: Oklahoma Symphony - Little Symphony, 2nd and 3rd movement, Mozart Concerto in D Major; Bach Double Concerto, 1946 April 1Add to your cart.
 
Item 10: Oklahoma Symphony - Little Symphony  - #2 Bach Suite in B Minor, bassoon solo, 1946 April 1Add to your cart.
"Records made at home."
Item 11: Okla. Symphony Orchestra - Taos - Composed - Goodsell; Presiden Truman on railroad strike, 1946 April 1; 1946 May 24Add to your cart.
 
Item 12: President Harry S Truman on the vetoing of the OPA Bill and the further need for OPA; The first [sic] atom bomb test, Record 1, 1946 June 29; 1946 June 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 13: Atom bomb test, # 2, 1946 June 30Add to your cart.
 
Item 14: Henry A. Wallace is fired from Cabinet. 1. News by Fulton Lewis, Jr. 2. Wallace's statement; Truman - Pres. Vetoes Taft-Hartley Labor bill, Senator Taft rejoins, 1946 September 20; 1947 [sic?] September 20Add to your cart.
 
Item 15: Oklahoma Symphony, Norman: 1. Fugue in G minor, 2. Same, 1947 February 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 16: Oklahoma Symphony, Fugue in G minor 2, Dances from The Three-Cornered Hat, 1947 February 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 17: Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, Record 1, T-1; Record 3, T-1, Brahms Variations on a Theme of Haydn, 1947 April 5Add to your cart.
Inside out.
Item 18: Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, Record 2, T-2; Record 4, T-2, Mendelssohn Symphony No. 5 in D, Reformation Symphony, 1947 April 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 19: Oklahoma Symphony at Norman: [Record 1] Overture to the Rivals, Norton, Mathis der Maler, Hindemith; [Record 3] Conclusion, 1947 December 9Add to your cart.
Inside out. Marked for WNAD Radio, OU, Norman.
Item 20: Oklahoma Symphony, [Record 2] Mathis der Maler, cont'd.; [Record 4] Britten, Soirees Musicales, 1947 December 9Add to your cart.
Marked for WNAD.
Item 21: Oklahoma Symphony, 5 - Afternoon of a Faun - Debussy, 6 - Gayane Ballet Suite - begin - Khatchaturian, 1947 December 9Add to your cart.
Marked for WNAD.
Item 22: Oklahoma Symphony, Gayane Ballet Suite, Khachaturian, encores, 1947 December 9Add to your cart.
Marked for WNAD.
Item 23: President Truman, preparedness, 1948 March 17Add to your cart.
"11:30 a.m."
Item 24: Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, Records 1 and 3, 1949 April 23Add to your cart.
 
Item 25: Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, Records 2 and 4, 1949 April 23Add to your cart.
 
Item 26: Fulton Lewis, Jr.: Atomic bomb secrets revealed to Russia by Hopkins and Wallace, 1949 December 5Add to your cart.
 
Item 27: Fulton Lewis, Jr.: Further on Russia and the atomic bomb, 1949 December 6Add to your cart.
 
Item 28: Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra Test Broadcast #1; Oklahoma Symphony: Paul Creston, A Rumor, Alban Berg, opera Lulu, Ostinato and Variations, 1949 December 7; 1950 January 18Add to your cart.
 
Item 29: Oklahoma Symphony broadcast - conclusion, Dewey #2; Fulton Lewis, Jr., bomb secrets to Russia, 1949 December 7, 1949 February 8; 1949 December 7Add to your cart.
 
Item 30: Oklahoma Symphony:First Mutual chain broadcast, Record 1, T-1; NY Philharmonic: Zeno Francescatti, Saint-Saëns [Violin] Concerto No. 3, Record 1, T-1, 1950 January 11; 1950 January 22Add to your cart.
Oklahoma Symphony: Riders to the Sea, Henry F. Gilbert; Overture to the opera News of the Day (Neues vom Tage), Paul Hindemith
Item 31: Oklahoma Symphony - first Mutual broadcast, Record 2, T-2; Oklahoma Symphony, R-2, T-2: Ravel, Tombeau de Couperin, 1950 January 11; 1950 January 18Add to your cart.
"Rhs [rehearsal?] on back of 12-7-49." Oklahoma Symphony: The White Peacock, Charles Griffiths, Excerpts from Oklahoma, Rodgers & Hammerstein.
Item 32: NY Philharmonic, Zeno Francescatti - Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No. 3, Record 2, T-2, 1950 January 22Add to your cart.
"See 1-11-50 for first record."
Item 33: [No information], 1950 February 25Add to your cart.
 
Item 34: UnidentifiedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 35: UnidentifiedAdd to your cart.
 
Item 36: UnidentifiedAdd to your cart.
 

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