Contains 1 Result:
Murrow, Edward R., and Fred W. Friendly. (Side A). Paul Reynaud, Surrender At Compiegne, Chamberlain Resigns, Winston Churchill Becomes Prime Minister, Princess Elizabeth & Margaret Rose. [Edward R. Murrow, Narrator]. XCO 39895 / (Side B). Joseph Martin and Wendell Wilkie, F. D. R. Campaigns Churchill 'Ship of State', F. D. R. 'Arsenal of Democracy', Pearl Harbor Announcement [Edward R. Murrow, Narrator]. XCO 39896. New York: Columbia Records, Inc. (72715-D),, 1948
Item — Box: 10, phonograph: 30
Scope and Contents note From the Series:
Many of the phonographs are arranged in original order, based upon a collected set of phonographs within an album. Included on the records are Irish tenor John McCormack and journalist Edward R. Murrow.
Found in: The Monsignor Field Archives & Special Collection Center / Mss 0015, Rita Murphy papers and phonographs / Phonographs / Album: Murrow, Edward R., and Fred W. Friendly. 'I Can Hear It Now'' [Produced by J.G. Gude]. 1933-1945: a chronicle of the war and the years of crisis, told in the authentic sounds and voices of the men who made this history'narrated by Edward R. Murrow. New York: Columbia Records, Inc. (Set mm-800)