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WHAS Radio Historical Collection

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Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1936

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1937

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1938

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1939

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1940

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1941

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1942

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1943

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1944

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1945

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1946

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1947

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1948

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1949

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1950

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1951

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1952

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1953

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1954

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1955 -1967

Original Reel-To-Reel Audio Tape Recordings 1954 - 1981

Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1936 - 1968



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Collection Overview

Title: WHAS Radio Historical Collection, 1936-1967Add to your cart.

Primary Creator: WHAS (Radio station: Louisville, Ky.)

Extent: 0.0

Arrangement: Arrangement is chiefly chronological by year, with a numbering system provided by WHAS.

Subjects: Appalachia -- Education., Louisville (Ky.), Radio broadcasting -- Kentucky -- History., Radio in education -- Kentucky., Radio programs, Public service -- Kentucky., Radio programs -- Kentucky., University of Kentucky.

Languages: English

Abstract

WHAS was the first licensed radio station in Kentucky when it started broadcasting on July 18, 1922. Early programming included news and sports coverage. The station aired the first live broadcast of the Kentucky Derby on May 16, 1925. It was originally part of the Bingham family owned Louisville media empire which most notably included the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times.

The station joined with the University of Kentucky in 1929 to broadcast university programming and to create “listening centers” throughout eastern Kentucky.  Broadcasted programs were educational in nature and included music and agricultural news.  Utilizing donated battery-powered radios, the centers enabled citizens of remote areas in eastern Kentucky to receive radio service. (Shadburne, Bettie. (2000). WHAS.  In The Encyclopedia of Louisville. (Pages 935-936). University of Kentucky Press.)

During the 1937 Ohio River flood, the station provided non-stop news coverage, transmitting commercial-free for weeks. During this period, WHAS relayed over 115,000 messages to rescue crews as many civil agencies had no other means of communication. On March 29, 1941 the station moved to its current frequency of 840 kilocycles on the AM band and was granted clear-channel status by the Federal Communications Commission making it the only station in the country allowed to use that frequency.

In March of 1970 WHAS began broadcasting 24 hours a day. (Shadburne, Bettie. (2000). WHAS.  In The Encyclopedia of Louisville. (Pages 935-936). University of Kentucky Press.)

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection is comprised of audio recordings of programs broadcast by Louisville radio station WHAS. The collection is especially strong in documenting a wide range of state, national, and world political figures and news events during the late 1930s, throughout the 1940s, and into the middle 1950s. Entertainment programs include soap operas, musical variety shows, country music, and sporting events such as the Kentucky Derby.

Follow links in each Series list to listen to program recordings.

Subject/Index Terms

Appalachia -- Education.
Louisville (Ky.)
Radio broadcasting -- Kentucky -- History.
Radio in education -- Kentucky.
Radio programs, Public service -- Kentucky.
Radio programs -- Kentucky.
University of Kentucky.

Administrative Information

Repository: Berea College Special Collections and Archives Catalog

Access Restrictions: Recordings can be accessed through the Reading Room, Berea College Special Collections and Archives, Hutchins Library, Berea College.

Use Restrictions: There are no known restrictions on the collection other than federal copyright regulations. Please cite all references to this collection.

Preferred Citation: [Item Description], WHAS Radio Historical Collection, Berea College Special Collections & Archives, Berea, KY.

Processing Information: The finding aid was completely revised by Sound Archivist Harry Rice and Student Assistant Samantha Sise during the Summer 2018. It had originally been created in April 2014 by John Bondurant, Sound Preservation & Access Specialist, and Lori Myers-Steele, Project Archivist.

Other Note:

Follow links in each Series list to listen to program recordings

Collection Number: BCA 0216 HC 41


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[Series 17: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1952],
[Series 18: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1953],
[Series 19: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1954],
[Series 20: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1955 -1967],
[Series 21: Original Reel-To-Reel Audio Tape Recordings 1954 - 1981],
[Series 22: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1936 - 1968],
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Series 11: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1946Add to your cart.
This series contains recordings of radio programs broadcast by WHAS during 1946
Item 1: WS-ET-46000 / 001Add to your cart.

000 President Truman- Report to the Nation on economic Reconversion issues 1-3-46 Part I of III

001 President Truman- Report to the Nation on economic Reconversion issues 1-3-46 Part III of III

Item 2: WS-ET-46002 / 003Add to your cart.

002 President Truman- Report to the Nation on economic Reconversion issues  1-3-46  Part II

003 Governor Simeon Willis 1-8-46  Part III of IV [address to the Legislature on proposed economic and social measures for the 1946 session.]

Item 3: WS-ET-46004 / 005Add to your cart.

004 Sports Doubleheader  1-24-46 ["Horse Race" George Walsh // Bob Reid - sports commentary and pop music for Fehrs Beer]

005 Sports Doubleheader  1-24-46  ["Song of the Day" George Walsh // Bob Reid - sports commentary and pop music for Fehrs Beer]

Item 4: WS-ET-46006 / 007Add to your cart.

006 Louisville vs. Vanderbilt Basketball Game  1-5-46  Part II [partial 2nd Half action]

007 "Wake Up Kentucky" #38  1-21-46 [Various reform issues with joint session of Kentucky legislature]

Item 5: WS-ET-46010 / 011Add to your cart.

010 Continental Celebrity Club - Margaret Whiting  1-5-46  Part II of II

011 "Wake Up Kentucky" #38  1-21-46 [Various reform issues]

Item 6: WS-ET-46012 / 013Add to your cart.
012 "Wake Up Kentucky" #36  1-7-46 [Four Mile, KY Straight Creek Mine Explosion, Dec 26, 1945] [contains excerpts of "Wake Up Kentucky" #6, 6-11-45]
Item 7: WS-ET-46014 / 015Add to your cart.

014 March of Dimes - Mrs. Harry S. [Bess] Truman, FDR, Jr., Cornelia Otis Skinner, Elizabeth Taylor.  1-7-46

015 Kentuckiana Almanac  12-19-45 (Only pop music) Part III

Item 8: WS-ET-46016 / 017Add to your cart.

016 Owen J. Roberts - U.S. Supreme Court Justice  1-15-46 [speaking in favor of the United Nations]

017 [Christmas in Nuremberg, Germany - Bern Bennett, Howard K. Smith, 12-??-45]

Item 9: WS-ET-46020 / 021Add to your cart.
020  021  President Donovan, University of Kentucky [George Walsh interview on creation of the UK Athletic Association and hiring of football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, two, slightly differing versions] 1-16-46
Item 10: WS-ET-46022 / 023Add to your cart.

022 "Keyboard and Console" #1 [Linda Iacabucci, Herbie Koch] 1-16-46

023 "Keyboard and Console" Jan 20 (for Sunday afternoon only) 1-16-46  [Linda Iacabucci, Herbie Koch]  [Piano and Organ music]

Item 11: WS-ET-46024 / 025Add to your cart.

024 Jimmy Carroll ["Keep Working, Keep Singing"  vocal - instrumental music sponsored by Squibb] 1-18-46

025  Fehr's Audition; Lu Murphy [women's program and pop music, n.d.]

Item 12: WS-ET-46026 / 027Add to your cart.

026 "Wake Up Kentucky" #38  1-21-46 - Various reform issues

027 Continental Celebrity Club - Gregory Ratoff // Margaret Whiting // John Daly // Bill Cullen  1-05-46 Part I of II

Item 13: WS-ET-46028 / 029Add to your cart.

028 Jimmy Carroll ["Music from The House of Squibb"] 1-23-46 [vocal - instrumental music sponsored by Squibb]

029  "Wake Up Kentucky" #40  2-4-46 [forestry resources - mention of Berea College Forest]

Item 14: WS-ET-46034 / 035Add to your cart.

034 "Wake Up Kentucky" #39  1-28-46 [soil and water conservation]

035 "Wake Up Kentucky" #33  12-17-45 [Juvenile Delinquency - mention of boxing coach Joe E. Martin]

Item 15: WS-ET-46036 / 037Add to your cart.

036 Redbud Festival at Renfro Valley April 1946 - Bascom Lunsford // Doc Roberts // Bluegrass Quartet and others

037 Closing portion of inauguration of FM Station W9XEK  Part II  and fragment of popular music record program 1-30-46

Item 16: WS-ET-46040 / 041Add to your cart.

040 George Walsh- Sports  2-16-46

041  "Feature Story"  2-15-46 [CBS news commentary upon closing of first United Nations General Assembly]

Item 17: WS-ET-46042 / 043Add to your cart.

042 The Editor Speaks [Merle H. Hancock, Scottsburg Chronicle (Indiana)] 2-16-46

043 "Keyboard and Console"  2-10-46 ([Linda Iacobucci, piano - Herbie Koch, organ]

Item 18: WS-ET-46044Add to your cart.
044 "Wake Up Kentucky" #42  2-18-46 [Alternative agriculture possibilities]
Item 19: WS-ET-46046 / 047Add to your cart.

046 University of Louisville vs. Western Kentucky State Teachers College Basketball  2-22-46 Part I [halftime and start of 2nd half of KIAC tournament quarterfinals, Jefferson County Armory, Lousiville, KY-  George Walsh // Phil Sutterfield // Paul Clark]

047  "Wake Up Kentucky" [#43  2-25-46 Rural school problems]  (Same as WS-ET-46054)

Item 20: WS-ET-46048 / 049Add to your cart.

048 University of Louisville vs. Western Kentucky State Teachers College Basketball  2-22-46 Part II [portion of 2nd half of KIAC tournament quarterfinals, Jefferson County Armory, Lousiville, KY-  George Walsh // Phil Sutterfield // Paul Clark]

049  "Wake Up Kentucky" #43  2-25-46 [Rural school problems]

Item 21: WS-ET-46050 Add to your cart.
050 Garden Gate [Home garden hints, sponsored by Ferry-Morse Seed Co., produced by WLAC Nashville]  2-23-46  Part I
Item 22: WS-ET-46052Add to your cart.
052 The Editor Speaks  2-23-46  [public affairs program with D.M Hutton - Harrodsburg Herald, Harry Lee Waterfield - Hickman County Gazette, Paul Huddleston - WHAS news director]
Item 23: WS-ET-46054Add to your cart.
047 DUPLICATE "Wake Up Kentucky" #43 2-25-46  [Rural school problems]
Item 24: WS-ET-46056 / 057Add to your cart.

056 Highlights of Food Marketing Clinic 02-23-46 - Frank Cooley, Farm Director

057  "Wake Up Kentucky" #44  3-4-46 [Red Cross relief]

Item 25: WS-ET-46059Add to your cart.
059  "Wake Up Kentucky" #44  3-4-46 [Red Cross relief]  DUPLICATE
Item 26: WS-ET-46060 / 061Add to your cart.

060 Streitmann - Bud Abbott and Jack Wilson [Man-on-Street program sponsored by Zesta Crackers] 3-4-46  Part I

061 The Editor Speaks [Paul Huddleston, George A. Joplin -  Somerset Commonwealth, Carlos B. Embry] 3-9-46

Item 27: WS-ET-46064Add to your cart.
064 "Wake Up Kentucky" #45 3-9-46  [organization of Henderson, KY committee]
Item 28: WS-ET-46066 / 067Add to your cart.

066 "Wake Up Kentucky" #46  3-18-46 Farm Improvement

067  "The Ginny Simms Show" [music variety with Reginald Gardner and Don Wilson, sponsored by Borden Dairy] 3-15-46  Part II

Item 29: WS-ET-46068 / 069Add to your cart.

068 "The Ginny Simms Show" [music variety with Reginald Gardner and Don Wilson, sponsored by Borden Dairy]  3-15-46  Part I

069 "Wake Up Kentucky" #46  3-18-46 Farm Improvement

Item 30: WS-ET-46070Add to your cart.
070 "Wake Up Kentucky" #46  3-18-46    DUPLICATE
Item 31: WS-ET-46072Add to your cart.
072 "Wake Up Kentucky" #47  3-25-46 - Cooperatives
Item 32: WS-ET-46078 / 079Add to your cart.

078 ["Keep Working, Keep Singing" music from House of Squibb, Bill Hayne. n.d.]

079 United Nations Security Council at Hunter College 3-25-46  Part II - Speech by New York Governor, Thomas E. Dewey.

Item 33: WS-ET-46082Add to your cart.
082 "Wake Up Kentucky" #48  4-1-46 - Cancer Detection
Item 34: WS-ET-46084 / 085Add to your cart.

084 "Wake Up Kentucky" #49  4-8-46 [Kentucky Constitution reform]

085 Part 1  O85 Part 2  "The Second Mrs. Burton" #15981, 1946 [drama,  sponsored by Post Corn Toasties]

Item 35: WS-ET-46088 / 089Add to your cart.

088 Louisville Baseball Players, Part 1 Homer "Dixie" Howell  and Part 2 William Jennings Bryan "Billy" Herman interviews by George Reeves  4-9-46

089 Part 1 Pee Wee Reese and Part 2 Billie Herman interviews by George Reeves  4-9-46

Item 36: WS-ET-46090 / 091Add to your cart.

090 INTERVIEWS - Part 1 Johnny Vander Meer [Cincinnati Reds] and Part 2 Ernie Andres [Boston Red Sox] [n.d.]

091  Part 1 Joe Cronin [Boston Red Sox manager] and Part 2 Gabe Paul [Cincinnati Reds Traveling Secretary] [n.d.]

Item 37: WS-ET-46092 / 093Add to your cart.

092 "Wake Up Kentucky" #2  5-14-45 [Education Problems]

093 Roosevelt Anniversary Program,  4-12-46  Part I [Dedication of FDR's Hyde Park, NY home as a National Shrine -  Eleanor Roosevelt, Secretary of the Interior Julius A. Krug, and President Harry S. Truman]

Item 38: WS-ET-46094 / 095Add to your cart.

094 Roosevelt Anniversary Program  4-12-46  Part II [Dedication of FDR's Hyde Park, NY home as a National Shrine -  Eleanor Roosevelt, Secretary of the Interior Julius A. Krug, and Harry S. Truman, Marian Anderson sings National Anthem.]

095  "Wake Up Kentucky" #1  5-7-45 [Health Problems]

Item 39: WS-ET-46096 / 097Add to your cart.

096 "Wake Up Kentucky" #50  4-15-46 RE: youth organizations such as 4-H and FFA

097 Renfro Valley Pine Mountaineers (Weekday Morning Program) Jerry & Elsie Behrens // Troy Gibbs // Bernice Scott // Ralph Ross // Little Eller // Randall Parker // Bob Simmons

Item 40: WS-ET-46098 / 099Add to your cart.

098 President Harry S Truman- Pan American Day Address  4-16-46

099  [WHAS Farm Director, Frank Cooly with UK College of Agriculture faculty:  Dean Thomas P. Cooper, Prof. T.R. Bryant, and Mrs. Myrtle Weldon promoting farm improvement. n.d.]

Item 41: WS-ET-46102 / 103Add to your cart.

102 President Truman and Herbert Hoover  4-19-46  Part II [Famine Emergency efforts]

103 Fellowship Chapel  11-18-45  Part II

Item 42: WS-ET-46104 / 105Add to your cart.

104 "Wake Up Kentucky" #51  4-22-46 [Juvenile Delinquency]

105 Continental Celebrity Club - Margaret Whiting // John Daly // Shirley Booth (no date)

Item 43: WS-ET-46106Add to your cart.
106 Peabody Awards (Lee Coulson- WHAS) 4-24-46  WTOP Washington, DC.
Item 44: WS-ET-46112Add to your cart.
112 President Truman [Fordham University 100th Anniversary of charter] 5-11-46
Item 45: WS-ET-46116 / 117Add to your cart.

116 [Borden's Presents: The Ginny Simms Show - Guest Humphrey Bogart - Part II of II - 03-2?-1946]

117 Mayor Taylor Housing Committee [excerpts of "The Second Mrs. Burton" and music] 5-13-46

Item 46: WS-ET-46120 / 121Add to your cart.

120 Wilson Wyatt- War Housing Agency  (Dub) 5-20-46 originally used on "Wake Up Kentucky"

121 ["The Methodist Hour" speaker Bishop Paul B. Kern - 05-05-46]

Item 47: WS-ET-46124 / 125Add to your cart.

124 Tony Martin Show [with Dinah Shore] 5-18-46

125 President Truman  5-25-46  Part I introduced by Speaker of House Sam Rayburn, Speaking to Congress regarding possible Army takeover if railroad strike not settled.

Item 48: WS-ET-46126 Add to your cart.
126 President Truman  5-25-46  Part II Speaking to Congress regarding possible Army takeover if railroad strike not settled.
Item 49: WS-ET-46128 / 129Add to your cart.

128 "Wake Up Kentucky" #56 5-27-46 Henderson [Report of work of the Committee for Kentucky]

129 Continental Celebrity Club  5-25-46 [Part II? - Hildegarde // Bud Collier // Margaret Whiting]

Item 50: WS-ET-46130 / 131Add to your cart.

130 "Operation Crossroads"  5-28-46  Part I [Admiral W.H.P. Blandy, Gen. George C. Kenney, Dr. Harold C. Urey, Dr. Medford Evans, Sen. Brien McMahon] //

131 "Operation Crossroads"  5-28-46  Part III [Harold Stassen,  Justice William O. Douglas, Joseph E. Davies, Dr. Albert Einstein] Robert Trout moderating a wide ranging discussion among large group of persons with various points of view regarding the methods and costs of survival in the dawning atomic age.

Item 51: WS-ET-46132 / 133Add to your cart.

132 "Operation Crossroads"  5-28-46  Part II [Sen. Brien McMahon, Mrs. Wendell (Edith)  Willkie, Rep. Jerry Voorhis, Harold Stassen]

133 "Operation Crossroads"  5-28-46  Part IV [Dr. Albert Einstein, Henry A. Wallace, Archibald MacLeish, Luther Evans] Robert Trout moderating a wide ranging discussion among large group of persons with various points of view regarding the methods and costs of survival in the dawning atomic age.

Item 52: WS-ET-46134 / 135Add to your cart.

134 Jimmie Fidler [Movie Star gossip - Sponsored by Arrid Deodorant]

135 Bernard Baruch  6-14-46  Part I  [Presenting the "Baruch Plan" to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, Hunter College, NY]

Item 53: WS-ET-46136 / 137Add to your cart.

136 Bernard Baruch  6-14-46  Part II [Presenting the "Baruch Plan" to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, Hunter College, NY]

137 Description of the Labor Leadership School at Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College sponsored by the State Federation of Labor.

Item 54: WS-ET-46138 / 139Add to your cart.

138 ["Light of the World"- Esther sequence 07-22-46 - serial drama based on the Bible, sponsored General Mills All America Enriched Flour]

139  Bernard Baruch  6-14-46  Part III [Presenting the "Baruch Plan" to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, Hunter College, NY]

Item 55: WS-ET-46140 / 141Add to your cart.

140 Bernard Baruch  6-14-46  Part IV [Presenting the "Baruch Plan" to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, Hunter College, NY]

141 "Valiant Lady" [Serial Drama  Sponsored by General Mills' Cheerios]

Item 56: WS-ET-46142 / 143Add to your cart.

142 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part I [Holy Name Society, Churchill Downs]

143 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part III  [Holy Name Society, Churchill Downs]

Item 57: WS-ET-46144 / 145Add to your cart.

144 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part IV [Holy Name Society, Churchill Downs]

145  Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part II  [Holy Name Society, Churchill Downs]

Item 58: WS-ET-46146Add to your cart.
146 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part I of VIII [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 59: WS-ET-46147Add to your cart.
147 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part II of VIII [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 60: WS-ET-46148Add to your cart.
148 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part III of VIII  [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 61: WS-ET-46149Add to your cart.
149 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part IV of VIII [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society - includes mention of 1807 procession at Holy Cross in Marion County, KY]
Item 62: WS-ET-46150Add to your cart.
150 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part V of VIII  [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 63: WS-ET-46151Add to your cart.
151 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part VI of VIII [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 64: WS-ET-46152Add to your cart.
152 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part VII of VIII [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 65: WS-ET-46153Add to your cart.
153 Corpus Christi Procession  6-23-46  Part VIII of VIII [Churchill Downs, Holy Name Society]
Item 66: WS-ET-46154 / 155Add to your cart.

154 Jimmie Fidler [Movie star gossip - sponsored by Arrid Deodorant]

155 President Truman,  6-29-46  Part I - His veto of price control legislation.

Item 67: WS-ET-46156 / 157Add to your cart.

156 President Truman  6-29-46  Part II - His veto of price control legislation.

157 "Valiant Lady" [Soap Opera, sponsored by Cheerios, General Mills]

Item 68: WS-ET-46160 / 161Add to your cart.

160 Secretary of State Byrnes  7-16-46  Part III [Reporting on the Paris Peace Conference]

161 "Invitation to Learning" 7-14-46 [Discussion the of the play "Mourning Becomes Electra"]

Item 69: WS-ET-46163Add to your cart.
163 Dedication of Robert Worth Bingham 4-H Camp  7-17-46 [Dean Thomas P. Cooper - University of Kentucky, Barry Bingham Sr., Robert Worth Bingham (grandson), Mary Anderson Burkes - Washington, Co., KY]
Item 70: WS-ET-46164 / 165Add to your cart.

164 Dedication of Robert Worth Bingham 4-H Camp  7-19-46 [transcribed program edited from 46163, Frank Cooley, host]

165 "Valiant Lady" (Soap Opera)  Sponsored by Cheerioes

Item 71: WS-ET-46167Add to your cart.
167 Fifth Atom Bomb Test- Second  7-24-46
Item 72: WS-ET-46168 / 169Add to your cart.

168 Louisville Square Table  7-28-46 [satirical news panel discussion with WHAS personalities Ken Meeker, Tom Brooks, Milton Metz, Robert. Hutsell, Lu Murphy, Harold Hiatt, Bud Abbott] 

169 "Seagrams" [distillery filmstrip narration with frame advance tones]

Item 73: WS-ET-46173Add to your cart.
173 Louisville Square Table - 8-4-46 [satirical news panel discussion with WHAS personalities Ken Meeker, Tom Brooks, Milton Metz, Robert. Hutsell, Lu Murphy, Harold Hiatt, Bud Abbott]
Item 74: WS-ET-46174 / 175Add to your cart.

174 General Dwight D. Eisenhower - Military Situation of the Future  9-3-46  Part I of II - [Speaking to national VFW convention in Boston]

175 ["Mystery of the Week" sponsored by Ivory Soap - Hercule Poirot in The Case of Napoleon's Chess Table]

Item 75: WS-ET-46176Add to your cart.
176 General Dwight D. Eisenhower - Military Situation of the Future  9-3-46  Part I of II - [Speaking to national VFW convention in Boston]
Item 76: WS-ET-46179Add to your cart.
179 Dedication of Mammoth Cave [National Park - Pete French, U.S. Secretary of the Interior J. A. Krug, KY Governor Simeon Willis, Sen. Alben Barkley]  9-18-46  Part I
Item 77: WS-ET-46180Add to your cart.
180 Dedication of Mammoth Cave [National Park - Pete French, U.S. Secretary of the Interior J. A. Krug, KY Governor Simeon Willis, Sen. Alben Barkley] 9-18-46  Part II
Item 78: WS-ET-46181Add to your cart.
181 Dedication of Mammoth Cave [National Park - Pete French, U.S. Secretary of the Interior J. A. Krug, KY Governor Simeon Willis, Sen. Alben Barkley] 9-18-46  Part III
Item 79: WS-ET-46182 / 183Add to your cart.

182 Henry Wallace [Brief portion of U.S. Senate election speech by unknown followed by radio address by Wallace upon the occasion of his being fired from his job as Secretary of Commerce by President Truman] 9-20-46

183 "Surprise Party" [Daytime comedy//variety  program sponsored by American Home Foods' G. Washington Instant Coffee - Stu Wilson, Bob Shannon, Morey Webster - 9-21-46 - Part I of II]

Item 80: WS-ET-46184 / 185Add to your cart.

184 Senator Alben Barkley [and John Y. Brown speaking at Christian County Court House, Hopkinsville, KY 10-19-46 Part II]

185 President Truman  10-14-46  Part II of II  [ending of major price controls]

Item 81: WS-ET-46186 / 187Add to your cart.

186 President Truman  10-14-46  Part I [ending of major price controls]

187 John Y. Brown [for U.S. Senate] - Democratic Veterans Club  10-17-46  Part II of II

Item 82: WS-ET-46188 / 189Add to your cart.

188 John Y. Brown [for U.S. Senate with Emmett O'Neal for U.S. Congress] - Democratic Veterans Club  10-17-46  Part I of II

189  Senator Alben Barkley [and John Y. Brown speaking at Christian County Court House, Hopkinsville, KY 10-19-46 Part I]

Item 83: WS-ET-46190 / 191Add to your cart.

190 Senator Alben Barkley  10-5-46 [Richmond, KY] Part II of III

191  United Nations Assembly - Opening Session [President Truman] 10-23-46  Part I  of IV

Item 84: WS-ET-46192 / 193Add to your cart.

192 United Nations Assembly - Opening Session [President Truman] 10-23-46  Part II of IV

193 Senator Alben Barkley [Richmond, KY] 10-5-46  Part III

Item 85: WS-ET-46194 / 195Add to your cart.

194 President Harry Truman - Armistice Day [Tomb of the Unknown Soldier] 11-11-46 [excerpts of John Y. Brown, Sr. speech]

195  [Navy Day 10//27//46 - Christian Hymns and prayer by U.S. Navy Chaplain Captain Reuben W. Shrum and Bluejacket Choir, Great Lakes IL Naval Training Center.]

Item 86: WS-ET-46196Add to your cart.
196 Sports Doubleheader - George Walsh  11-19-46 [Fehr's Beer]
Item 87: WS-ET-46200Add to your cart.
200 72nd Kentucky Derby  5-4-46  Part II  called by Clem McCarthy
Item 88: WS-ET-46202 / 203Add to your cart.

202 Kentucky Derby  5-4-46  Part III

203 [Soap Opera Excerpt: "The Second Mrs. Burton" La France-Satina Laundry Soap, Post Corn Toasties]  (n.d.)

Item 89: WS-ET-46204Add to your cart.
204 Kentucky Derby  5-4-46  Part I  [Gillette Safety Razors]

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[Series 17: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1952],
[Series 18: Original Electrical Transcriptions Discs 1953],
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