Vox Pop, Interview with Private Hugh Alexander at Walter Reed Hospital, March 15, 1943

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Date
1943-03-15
Summary
From 1932 to 1948, Parks Johnson hosted Vox Pop, a radio program devoted to interviewing men, women, and children from all walks of life. Johnson and his co-hosts broadcast from locations around the United States. They also broadcast from locations in Canada, Mexico City, London, and Paris.

This interview features Warren Hull talking to Private Hugh Alexander, a member of the "colored regiment" of the U.S. military, who had just returned to the U.S. from India to be treated for a broken arm. Pvt. Alexander served in the military from 1941-1943 with the 823rd Engineer Aviation Battalion. 
Publisher
CBS Broadcasting Inc.
Subject
Broadcasting, Communications
Time period
1940s
Locations
North America; United States; Washington, D.C.
Collection
Commercial Broadcasting
Unit
Special Collections and University Archives
Language
English
Rights Statement
In Copyright
Physical Description
3:51, transcription disc
Related Item
Vox Pop Story Map
Notes
Parks Johnson collection on Vox Pop
A guide to the full Parks Johnson collection on Vox Pop is available in our archival collections: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/42534 

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