[CBS special broadcast. 1949-07-13, Address on the state of the national economy. Part 2] ; [CBS special broadcast. 1949-07-19, Address on the occasion of the 75th Diamond Jubilee Session of the Imperial Council of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Part 2] (Audiobook on CD, 1949) [WorldCat.org]
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[CBS special broadcast. 1949-07-13, Address on the state of the national economy. Part 2] ; [CBS special broadcast. 1949-07-19, Address on the occasion of the 75th Diamond Jubilee Session of the Imperial Council of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Part 2]

Author: Harry S Truman; Charles Collingwood; Arthur B Church; KMBC (Radio station : Kansas City, Mo.); Marr Sound Archives.
Publisher: [1949]
Series: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : LP recording : English
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Address on the state of the national economy: President Truman discusses the past and current economic standings of the U.S., details of the budget, and justifies government spending. CBS White House correspondent, Charles Collingwood provides an analysis at the conclusion of the speech.
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Live sound recordings
Nonfiction radio programs
Public affairs radio programs
Radio commentaries
Radio specials
Special events radio coverage
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Harry S Truman; Charles Collingwood; Arthur B Church; KMBC (Radio station : Kansas City, Mo.); Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 744473807
Notes: Special events radio broadcast. CBS network origin.
Cataloged from audition.
Provenance: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
Instantaneous-cut lacquer disc.
Performer(s): Harry S. Truman, speaker; Charles Collingwood, CBS White House correspondent, analysis (Address on the state of the national economy).
Reproduction Notes: Playback copy. Kansas City, Mo. : Marr Sound Archives, 2002. 1 sound disc : digital, CD-R ; 4 3/4 in. (Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection ; KMBC-TRUMAN-CD-2).
Event notes: Recorded July 13, 1949, White House, Washington, D.C. (Address on the state of the national economy) and July 19, 1949, Soldier Field, Chicago, Ill. (Address on the occasion of the 75th Diamond Jubilee Session), from broadcast over CBS network.
Description: 1 audio disc ; 16 in.
Series Title: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
Other Titles: CBS special broadcast.
1949-07-19,
Part 2.
Address on the occasion of the 75th Diamond Jubilee Session of the Imperial Council of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
Address on the occasion of the 75th Diamond Jubilee Session of the Imperial Council of the Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine.
Part 2.
Address on the state of the national economy.
Responsibility: [Harry S. Truman].

Abstract:

Address on the state of the national economy: President Truman discusses the past and current economic standings of the U.S., details of the budget, and justifies government spending. CBS White House correspondent, Charles Collingwood provides an analysis at the conclusion of the speech.

Address on the occasion of the 75th Diamond Jubilee Session: President Truman discusses foreign policy, democracy, senate resolutions, the pending ratification of the North Atlantic Treaty, and the economy.

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