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Main Speaker: Shaw, John (John D.)
Date: January 6, 2014
Summary: John D. Shaw, supervisor and assistant unit head of the G. Robert Vincent Voice Library of the Michigan State University Libraries, talks about the fo...[more]
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Main Speaker: Suregeson, Ronald; Shaw, John (John D.)
Date: September 4, 2014
Summary: Ronald Surgeson, personal assistant and protegee of G. Robert Vincent, a pioneer in the field of recorded sound and Head of the National Voice Library...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: August 1, 2000
Summary: J.C. Watts introduces the great grandson of Theodore Roosevelt, and chairman of the New York Delegation, Teddy Roosevelt IV. Roosevelt speaks on envir...[more]
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Main Speaker: Vincent, G. Robert
Date: May 21, 1999
Summary: G. Robert Vincent talks about founding his Voice Library at Michigan State University. Don Gonyea's piece on the Voice Library contains: the voices of...[more]
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Main Speaker: Vincent, G. Robert.
Date: October 28, 1988
Summary: G. Robert Vincent tells how he, at the age of 14, recorded the voice of former President Roosevelt in 1912 including the actual recording.
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Main Speaker: Scourby, Alexander
Date: March 7, 1977
Summary: Soundtrack to a documentary titled "The Glory of Their Times: Baseball in the Early Decades of the Twentieth Century," with the voices of Alexander Sc...[more]
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Date: September 2, 1965
Summary: "The Spark at Sarajevo", an actual and dramatized radio program produced by Triangle Program Sales. Excerpts taken form "Hark, the Years, vol. I."
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Main Speaker: Cleveland, Grover
Date: 1964
Summary: "A History of the US Presidancy" punctuated by the voices of the presidents from Cleveland through LBJ speaking, and a bit of Truman playing the pi...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore.
Date: 1962
Summary: Tv biography with Mike Wallace, including the voice of T. Roosevelt oringally recorded by G. R. Vincent when he was 12 years old, and the voice of FDR...[more]
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Main Speaker: Green, Raymond S.
Date: 1941
Summary: Announcer Ray Green interviews Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., son of President Teddy Roosevelt and Adelaide Hooker, wife of author John Phillips Marqua...[more]
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Main Speaker: Kane, Joseph Nathan
Date: April 20, 1939
Summary: Joseph Kanes excerpt from radio series Famous First Facts, which was broadcast over the Mutual Network. This recording includes an interview between T...[more]
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Main Speaker: Edison, Thomas
Date: 1939
Summary: Mini-biographies of the great inventor, the rough-riding president and Cowboy Will Rogers.
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1913
Summary: With musical accompaniment and introductory remarks by G. Robert Vincent. A message to the American Boys; University Society's 10 inch disc of Theodo...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1913
Summary: President Theodore Roosevelt gives a speech entitled "Greeting for the American Boy".
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1912
Summary: Campaign speech in which Roosevelt cautions against "unreasonable conservatism as well as unreasonable radicalism." He concludes with "the watchword f...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1912
Summary: A campaign speech by Theodore Roosevelt entitled, "The Right of the People to Rule", cautioning against political extremes of the right and left.
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1912
Summary: Why the bosses oppose the Progressive party. Roosevelt compares the Republican and Democratic parties to the Progressive party. He administers the Aby...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1912
Summary: Why the bosses oppose the Progressive Party. Theodore Roosevelts opinions on Messrs. Penrose and Archbold and the Standard Oil Corporation. Defines hi...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: 1912
Summary: Roosevelt cautions against unreasonable conservatism as well as unreasonable radicalism. He concludes with "The watchword for us all is spend and be ...[more]
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Main Speaker: Roosevelt, Theodore
Date: September 1912
Summary: Excerpt of Theodore Roosevelt's speech entitled, "The Right of the People to Rule" made during his 1912 campaign for President.
View Record Details (DB7888)
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