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Presidential Oath (1938) - Various - Voices Of Radio 1926-1976 (Vinyl, LP)



  1. U.S. Presidential Audio Recordings The Voices of American Presidents have been captured by audio pioneers since the early days of sound recording. The invention of Edison's phonograph ushered in a new era of "recorded" history, beginning with President Benjamin Harrison in the late nineteenth century to the present day administration.
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  3. Listen to some of the early US President's audio clips that was made possible by audio pioneers since the early days of sound recording. Many of these Presidents spoke during the time when the only way to hear the leader was listening to the radio. William Howard Taft Benjamin Harrison Calvin Coolidge
  4. He was so successful reporting the Presidential election that he was offered a top position at CBS. He declined (the job would eventually go to Edward R. Murrow) and joined the Mutual Network. His was a strong voice in opposition to Fascism and Nazism. We hear him in early March , speaking about the oppression of religion in Germany.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Historic Voices And Music From World War II on Discogs. Label: American Heritage (2) - UB,American Heritage (2) - UB • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Spoken Word.
  6. Set price sale of 12" vinyl records - all prices in euro. 1. Reserve by email requesting total including post and packing; 2. On receipt of your email, record(s) will be tagged 'RESERVED'.
  7. s Inauguration Day occurs on January 20th every four years with the president-elect taking the oath of the presidency, parades, speeches, fancy balls, and of course the Inaugural Address. Mr President Old Time Radio Series;.
  8. 30 October – Orson Welles's radio adaptation of The War of the Worlds (with script by Howard Koch) is broadcast on CBS from New York as an episode of The Mercury Theatre on the Air. As this is a sustaining program and has no commercial interruptions, Welles centers the first two-thirds of the broadcast in the serious style of a series of news.