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Re: [ARSCLIST] Seeking some OTR audio


Most - if not all - of the *This is War* series is on reel reference shelf
at National Archives II in College Park, MD.  I believe they are in the
record group 208 for the Office of War Information. They can be dubbed by
anyone walking in and registering as a researcher.  You may also be able to
arrange for copies through the Cutting Corp - which I believe is still the
vendor NARA allows to make copies of material from their reference shelves.
If you contact the recorded sound section at NARA or check the web, they can
give you the current details.

Andy Lanset
WNYC Archives
On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 6:48 AM, Tom Fine <tflists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> I'm looking for decent-quality audio of the following old radio programs.
> Any leads most appreciated.
> "Open Letter on Race Hatred" - CBS, summer 1943, with ending statement by
> Wendell Willkie
> "An American In England" radio series produced by Edward R. Murrow, written
> and directed by Norman Corwin, done at the BBC in England. The first show
> was broadcast live, subsequent shows were recorded and broadcast by
> transcription.
> "This Is War" radio series, circa 1942, multiple networks
> "An American In Russia" series, CBS 1943
> "The Challenge of the 50's - Years of Crisis", CBS 12/30/50
> Thanks in advance for any tips/leads.
> -- Tom Fine

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