Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of October 23, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
14229. Neutrality Act Vote. November 13, 1941. Mutual net. Sustaining. Frank Blair reports from Washington three weeks before the attack at Pearl Harbor. Because of the passgage of the Neutrality Act, American merchant ships can now be armed and sail into beligerant ports. The Neutrality Act modification has been passed by a vote of 212 to 194. Interviews with Congressmen are heard. Frank Blair, Sol Bloom, Hamilton Fish, John Voorhees, John Taber, Luther Johnson, Representative Schenley. 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
72620. Declaration Of War Debate. December 8, 1941. CBS net. Sustaining. A live radio broadcast from the House of Representatives, debating a request by President Roosevelt for a declaration of war. See cat. #6402 for Mutual net coverage of this event (the commentary on the Mutual net was heard over this debate, obscuring parts of it). Hamilton Fish says, "The Japanese have gone stark raving mad." He says that he will, at the proper time, volunteer for combat, preferably with colored troops! Part of this recording may also be on cat. #6403. See also cat. #49440 and #49495 for Blue and Red net coverage of this event. Hamilton Fish, Elmer Davis, George Fielding Eliot, Sol Bloom (Representative, New York). 14:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.
69354. Teheran Conference Special Broadcast. December 6, 1943. CBS net. Sustaining. Robert Trout reads the text of the Teheran Declaration, issued by President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Stalin. James Fleming reports from Cairo, describing the meeting and the participants. Quincy Howe (from New York) analyzes the significance of the meeting. Bill Henry reports (from Washington, D. C.) with Congressional reaction. The first 15:53 of the broadcast only. Robert Trout, James Fleming, Quincy Howe, Bill Henry, Lister Hill (Senator, Alabama), Sol Bloom (Representative, New York), Charles Eaton (Representative, New Jersey). 15:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
87965. Author Meets The Critics. November 21, 1948. NBC net, WNBC AM/FM, New York origination/aircheck. Sustaining. A discussion about, "The Autobiography Of Sol Bloom," by Representative Sol Bloom. The program originates from The Johnny Victor Theatre of The RCA Exhibition Hall, Radio City. John K. M. McCaffrey (host), Sol Bloom (guest author), Jeremiah Mahoney (judge, candidate for mayor of New York City), O. John Rogge (? former assistant attorney general), Bob Sherry (announcer), Martin Stone (producer), Lee Jones (director). 29:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.
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