Campaign address, Philadelphia, October 27, 1944 (2 of 2) - Informal remarks on election eve, Poughkeepsie Post Office, November 6, 1944 - Conversation in FDR's office regarding negroes in the Armed Forces, circa September 27, 1940

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Three audio cuts of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. The first cut is part two of Roosevelt's 1944 campaign address on October 27 in Shibe Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The second cut is of informal remarks on election eve at the Poughkeepsie Postal Office in Poughkeepsie, New York, on November 6, 1944. The third cut is a conversation regarding blacks in the Armed Forces held in FDR's office, circa September 27, 1940. FDR may be speaking with Frank Knox, Henry Stimson, Walter White, and Philip Randolph in this cut, but it is not clear.
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7 in; 00:30:35 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:722640; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/40617; Filename: bcast-059880

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