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|Named Person:||Jane Addams|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fredric March; Florence Eldridge; Charles Collingwood; Lehman Engel; Virgil Thomson; Jack Pleis; Corinna Manetto; Artur Balsam; Big Bill Broonzy; Henry Cowell; Howard Hanson; George M Cohan; Irving Berlin; Eureka Brass Band,; Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra,
|Notes:||Title from disc label.
Vocal works sung in English.
Descriptive notes by Virgil Thomson on container.
Text on booklet inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Fredric March, Florence Eldridge, narrator ; connective passages read by Charles Collingwood ; Lehman Engel, original music composer, conductor ; Herman Shertzer, vocal director, choral director ; Virgil Thomson, music editor ; various performers in the musical selections.|
|Description:||1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Documents. Lincoln Steffens' description of President Theodore Roosevelt (September 1901) --
Lincoln Steffens' attack on immorality in politics and business (1904) --
Ray Stannard Baker's article in "McClure's" magazine on railroad rebates (December 1905) --
Orville Wright's description of the first sustained airplane flights (December 17, 1903) --
Jane Addams' account of the problems of the poor as recorded in "Twenty years at Hull-House" (1910) --
Edwin Arlington Robinson's poem "Miniver Cheevy" (1907) --
Theodore Roosevelt's speech on the Square Deal (August 31, 1910) --
Theodore Roosevelt's account of the building of the Panama Canal (March 23, 1911) --
Theodore Roosevelt's actual voice recording of his speech on the progressive party --
Woodrow Wilson's actual-voice recording of his speech on the "awakened nation" after being elected President (1912) --
Woodrow Wilson's message to the American people asking them to remain neutral (August 1914) --
A passenger's description of the sinking of the Lusitania (May 7, 1915) --
Woodrow Wilson's first public speech after the sinking of the Lusitania (May 10, 1915) --
Woodrow Wilson's message to Congress calling for a declaration of war (April 2, 1917) --
Speech made by Mr. Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes to the Harvard Law Association (February 15, 1913) --
Music. Mary's a grand old name ; Harrigan ; You're a grand old flag (Quartette, vocals ; Jack Pleis, director) / George M. Cohan --
My Maryland (Eureka Brass Band) / traditional --
I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier (Corinna Manetto, vocals) / Al Piantadosi --
Song to the spirit (Artur Balsam, piano) / Arthur Farwell --
Saturday night blues (William L.C. "Big Bill" Broonzy, vocals) / William L.C. "Big Bill" Broonzy --
Everybody's doin' it ; Alexander's ragtime band (orchestra ; Herman Shertzer, conductor) / Irving Berlin --
Sweet Adeline / Harry Armstrong ; Meet me in St. Louis / Frederick Allen Mills ; In the shade of the old apple tree / Egbert van Alstyne, Harry Williams (Quartette, vocals ; Jack Pleis, director) / --
The banshee (Henry Cowell, piano) / Henry Cowell --
The preacher and the slave (Quartette, vocals ; Jack Pleis, director) / Joe Hill --
Hurdy-gurdy (Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra ; Howard Hanson, conductor) / John Alden Carpenter.
|Series Title:||Life history of the United States., Supplement ;, Record 9, 1901-1917.|
|Other Titles:||Mary's a grand old name.
Mary is a grand old name.
You are a grand old flag.
I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier.
Song to the spirit.
Saturday night blues.
Everybody's doin' it.
Everybody is doing it.
Meet me in St. Louis.
In the shade of the old apple tree.
Preacher and the slave.