Voice cuts, Reel #7-62

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(1) Jerry Landay interviews Clarence M. Mitchell, lobbyist for the NAACP, on the shipment of Negro families to the North by New Orleans segregationists, the so-called "Reverse Freedom Rides" (4/25). (2) Tom Bryson interviews Isadore Seeman, executive director of the Health and Welfare Council in Washington, DC, on the shipment of Negro families to the North by New Orleans segregationists (4/25). (3) Voice cuts of Secretary of State Dean Rusk from press conference on nuclear disarmament (4/26). (4) President Kennedy speaking to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, “In 1960 I do not think it wholly inaccurate to say that I was the second choice of a majority of businessmen for the office of President of the United States” (4/30). (5) Sen. Paul Douglas (D-IL) opposes leveling the sand dunes at the southern end of Lake Michigan to make an industrial harbor (4/30). (6) Newsmen interview Dr. Leonard Larsen, former president of the American Medical Association, and Abraham Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, after their meeting with JFK about the proposed "medical care for the aged" (5/1). (7) Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman comments on the Billie Sol Estes scandal (5/7). (8) Voice cuts from President Kennedy's May 9 press conference. (9) Former president Eisenhower expresses Republican party concern over strong Federal powers (5/10).
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
Special events radio coverage
Group W (Westinghouse Broadcasting Company) audio tapes
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sound tape reel
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Catalog Key: bcast-077679; Other: 0492-MMC

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