[KMBC political advertisement. 1942-03-27. 21:16, Roundtable discussion in support of the Democratic Party ticket] : [KMBC political advertisement. 1942-03-27. 22:31, John B. Gage, mayorial candidate on the Citizens' Association ticket]. (Audiobook on CD, 1942) [WorldCat.org]
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[KMBC political advertisement. 1942-03-27. 21:16, Roundtable discussion in support of the Democratic Party ticket] : [KMBC political advertisement. 1942-03-27. 22:31, John B. Gage, mayorial candidate on the Citizens' Association ticket].

Author: Raymond G BarnettArthur B ChurchUnited Democratic Committee (Kansas City, Mo.)Citizens' Association of Kansas City, Mo.KMBC (Radio station : Kansas City, Mo.)All authors
Publisher: [1942]
Series: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : LP recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Democratic Party ticket: A roundtable discussion by a group of Kansas City women who discuss issues with the city government and with the Gage administration. The ladies go on to discuss what John M. Linger and other Democratic candidates plan to do for the city. Includes commercials for KCP & L and Pall Mall cigarettes.
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Genre/Form: Panel discussions
Political radio commercials
Radio commercials
Radio announcements
Public affairs radio programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio specials
Named Person: John M Linger; John B Gage; John B Gage; John M Linger
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond G Barnett; Arthur B Church; United Democratic Committee (Kansas City, Mo.); Citizens' Association of Kansas City, Mo.; KMBC (Radio station : Kansas City, Mo.); Marr Sound Archives.
OCLC Number: 752955502
Notes: Cataloged from audition.
Political campaign radio spots; sponsored by the Democratic Committee and by the Citizens' Association. KMBC, Kansas City station origin.
Instantaneous-cut glass-based lacquer disc.
Provenance: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
Performer(s): Democratic Party ticket: Mrs. John D. Wendorff, Mrs. L.C. Miller, Mrs. Grace Nelson McTurnan, Mrs. Pat Brown, participants. Citizens' Association ticket: Capt. Raymond G. Barnett, Kansas City attorney, speaker; Gene Dennis, KMBC announcer.
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).
Event notes: Recorded Mar. 27, 1942, 9:16 p.m. (Democratic Party ticket) and 10:31 p.m. (Citizens' Association ticket), from broadcast over station KMBC, Kansas City.
Description: 1 audio disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 16 in.
Series Title: Arthur B. Church KMBC radio collection.
Other Titles: KMBC political advertisement.
1942-03-27. 22:31,
John B. Gage, mayorial candidate on the Citizens' Association ticket.
John B. Gage, mayorial candidate on the Citizens' Association ticket.
Roundtable discussion in support of the Democratic Party ticket

Abstract:

Democratic Party ticket: A roundtable discussion by a group of Kansas City women who discuss issues with the city government and with the Gage administration. The ladies go on to discuss what John M. Linger and other Democratic candidates plan to do for the city. Includes commercials for KCP & L and Pall Mall cigarettes.

Citizens' Association ticket: Raymond G. Barnett recalls the past administration's questionable businesses, past city officials' crimes, political machines, and reminds listeners about how Mayor Gage had turned things around for the city. Includes commercials for Pall Mall cigarettes and a local clothing store, Town. Political spot followed by the beginning of a 15-minute organ interlude.

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