Americans All-Immigrants All

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of April 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


55824. Americans All-Immigrants All. November 20, 1938. Program #2. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Our English Heritage". Sustaining. Laws, literature and the principals of freedom were brought to our land from England. Lewis S. Posner (lawyer, chairman of the Teacher's Retirement Board) speaks on the contributions of the English "Common Law." Earle McGill (producer), Gilbert Seldes (writer), John Laing (announcer), Leon Goldman (music director), Lewis S. Posner, Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra. 29:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55825. Americans All-Immigrants All. November 27, 1938. Program #3. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Our Hispanic Heritage". Sustaining. The immigrant who created America's most romantic legends, and one of its most basic industries. The Spaniard comes to America first; in St. Augustine and Mexico City. Jose Comprubi, a Harvard graduate and publisher of "La Prensa," speaks on what America has meant to the Hispanic people. Earle McGill (producer), Gilbert Seldes (writer), John Laing (announcer), Jose Comprubi (?), Leon Goldman (music director), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra. 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55826. Americans All-Immigrants All. December 4, 1938. Program #4. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Scotch, Scotch-Irish and Welsh". Sustaining. How these three groups came to our country and contributed to it. They came because they were asked to come...by Cotton Mather of New Englander. Earle McGill (producer), Gilbert Seldes (writer), John Laing (announcer), Leon Goldman (music director), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra. 29:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55827. Americans All-Immigrants All. December 11, 1938. Program #5. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Winning Freedom". Sustaining. How did the first immigrants make the United States? They pushed back the frontiers, defended liberty, and made our life a human experience...starting with the Cumberland Road. Earle McGill (producer), Gilbert Seldes (writer), John Laing (announcer), Leon Goldman (music director), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra. 29:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55816. Americans All-Immigrants All. December 18, 1938. Program #6. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "The Negro In The United States". Sustaining. The story of the only immigrant group who came to America against its will. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), Leon Goldman (conductor), Gene Leonard (narrator), Niles Welch (narrator), The Columbia String Orchestra, Phillip Cohen (director). 29:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55817. Americans All-Immigrants All. December 25, 1938. Program #7. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "French Speaking Peoples". Sustaining. Benjamin Franklin asks the French for assistance during the Revolutionary War, and is not turned away. The French became the first "official" friend of the United States. For some reason, the contributions of the Dutch are also included in this program, despite the program title. Gilbert Seldes (writer), John Laing (announcer), Leon Goldman (music director), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra. 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55818. Americans All-Immigrants All. January 8, 1939. Program #9. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Irish In The United States". Sustaining. The story of the Irish, the first people who came to the United States by the millions, starting with the potato famine of 1845. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Brewster Morgan (director), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor), Rudolph Schramm (composer). 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55819. Americans All-Immigrants All. January 15, 1939. Program #10. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Germans In The United States". Sustaining. The story of the Germans, who came to us in greater numbers than any other group, nearly one fourth of the immigrants. The Germans started coming in large numbers after 1848. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Gilbert Seldes (writer), Leon Goldman (conductor). 30:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55812. Americans All-Immigrants All. January 22, 1939. Program #11. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Scandinavians In The United States". Sustaining. How the people from Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark contributed to our country. The credits below are deduced as the program closing has been deleted. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 28:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

55813. Americans All-Immigrants All. February 5, 1939. Program #13. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Jews In The United States". Sustaining. How Jews co-operated with other groups at Valley Forge during the Revolutionary War and went on to contribute in many other ways to the development of the country. The selection from, "Street Scene" was written by Alfred Newman. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor), Alfred Newman (composer). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55814. Americans All-Immigrants All. February 12, 1939. Program #14. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Slavs In The United States" Part One. Sustaining. The Eastern and Southern Slavs and their contribution to American development, starting in 1747. The program is dedicated to The Boy Scouts Of America, which is celebrating its twenty ninth birthday. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55815. Americans All-Immigrants All. February 19, 1939. Program #15. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Slavs In The United States" Part two. Sustaining. The Poles and the Czechoslovakians never had an independent country until after the world war. They came during the 1870's to work in the mines and the mills. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), William N. Robson (probable director, no credit given), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55820. Americans All-Immigrants All. February 26, 1939. Program #16. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Orientals In The United States". Sustaining. How the Chinese and Japanese helped to build the United States, starting in the 1850's. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), William N. Robson (director), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55821. Americans All-Immigrants All. March 5, 1939. Program #17. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Italians In The United States". Sustaining. The first to come as discoverers, the Italians were the last to come as immigrants. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55822. Americans All-Immigrants All. March 12, 1939. Program #18. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Near Eastern Peoples". Sustaining. A look at what the Greeks, Turks, Armenians, Syrians and other peoples of the Near East contributed to the United States, starting in the 1890's. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), Betsy Tuthill (director), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38124. Americans All-Immigrants All. March 19, 1939. Program #19. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Immigrants From Smaller Countries". Sustaining. Stories of Hindus, Roumanians, Lithuanians, Bulgarians, Hungarians, Estonians. The stories of Joseph Pulitzer and John Phillip Sousa. Gilbert Seldes (writer), William N. Robson (director). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55823. Americans All-Immigrants All. March 26, 1939. Program #20. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Contributions In Industry". Sustaining. The story of how immigrants contributed to our industrial progress, starting with Eli Whitney, descendant of English immigrants, who twice changed the course of United States industry. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55804. Americans All-Immigrants All. April 2, 1939. Program #21. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Contributions In Science". Sustaining. The first Nobel Prize in physics went to a Jewish immigrant from Germany. How other immigrants such as John James Audubon, contributed to our knowledge of the sciences. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor), Ray Collins (narrator), William N. Robson (director), Niles Welch (narrator). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55805. Americans All-Immigrants All. April 9, 1939. Program #22. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Contributions In Arts and Crafts". Sustaining. In 1837, Ralph Waldo Emerson declared that "our day of dependence is closed." The creative efforts of our country began to take on a distinctly American outlook, starting with Edgar Allen Poe. William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rudolph Schramm (composer), Ray Collins (narrator), Niles Welch (narrator), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55806. Americans All-Immigrants All. April 16, 1939. Program #23. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Contributions In Social Progress". Sustaining. How immigrants made changes in the way people live together, starting with The Quakers. William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor), Ray Collins (narrator), Niles Welch (narrator), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55807. Americans All-Immigrants All. April 23, 1939. Program #24. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "A New England Town". Sustaining. The Women's National Radio Committee has selected this program as "the most original and informative program of 1938-1939." How Hatfield Massachusetts was changed by its immigrants, starting in the 1660's. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor), Ray Collins (narrator), Niles Welch (narrator), Jane Ashman (writer). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55808. Americans All-Immigrants All. April 30, 1939. Program #25. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "An Industrial City". Sustaining. How immigration created and formed and changed a great city of the middle-West, St. Paul Minnesota. Gilbert Seldes (writer), Jane Ashman (writer), Leon Goldman (music director), Niles Welch (narrator), Phillip Leonard Green (research), Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Ray Collins (narrator), Rudolph Schramm (composer), Ruth Davis (research), The Columbia String Orchestra, William N. Robson (director). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

55809. Americans All-Immigrants All. May 7, 1939. Program #26. CBS net origination, Department Of The Interior syndication. "Grand Finale". Sustaining. The last show of the series. A summing up of all the contributions made to our country by immigrants. Rachel Davis Dubois (research), Phillip Leonard Green (research), William N. Robson (director), Gilbert Seldes (writer), Rudolph Schramm (composer), The Columbia String Orchestra, Leon Goldman (conductor), Ray Collins (narrator), Niles Welch (narrator). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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