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H.V. Kaltenborn Edits the News, September 28, 1941

Description: Recording of the September 28, 1941 episode of H.V. Kaltenborn edits the news. In Oklahoma City, this program was broadcast locally on WKY.
Date: September 28, 1941
Creator: Kaltenborn, H. v. (Hans), 1878-1965
Partner: UNT Music Library

Elmer Davis and the News, July 19, 1941

Description: This program features Davis' commentary on the news and world events, particularly the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, as well as the situation in the Philippines and Japan, and Nazi interests in South America. In Oklahoma City, this program was broadcast locally on KOMA.
Date: July 19, 1941
Creator: Davis, Elmer, 1890-1958
Partner: UNT Music Library

Elmer Davis and the News, July 1941

Description: Recording of two episodes of Elmer Davis and the News. Side 1 is dated July 5, 1941; side 2 is undated. This program features Davis' commentary on the news and world events, particularly the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union at this time. This recording appears to have been copied from a tape, and artifacts of tape recording, such as initial speed irregularities, are present. In Oklahoma City, this program was broadcast locally on KOMA, which station identification at the end of Side 2 confirms.
Date: July 1941
Partner: UNT Music Library

Kaltenborn Edits the News, August 12 and 13, 1941

Description: This disc contains two episodes of H.V. Kaltenborn Edits the News, as broadcast on NBC's "Red" network. Kaltenborn speaks about the situation at the time regarding the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union (particularly Russia and Ukraine), as well as developments in Japan and East Asia. In Oklahoma City, this program was broadcast locally from WKY. The end of side 2 notes that WKY broadcast from the Skirvin Tower Hotel. This disc also contains commentary from the apparent compiler of the recordings, Gwynne Raymond.
Date: {1941-08-12, 1941-08-13}
Creator: Kaltenborn, H. v. (Hans), 1878-1965
Partner: UNT Music Library

Franklin Delano Roosevelt "Navy Day" speech, part 1; Fulton Lewis, Jr.

Description: Side 1 contains the first part of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's "Navy Day" speech on October 27, 1941. Side 2 begins with the song "Cielito Lindo," followed by Fulton Lewis Jr. reporting from Wichita, Kansas via station KFBI, sponsored by Oklahoma City Federal Savings and Loan.
Date: October 27, 1941
Creator: Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 & Lewis, Fulton, 1903-1966
Partner: UNT Music Library

Clifton Utley, September 12, 1941; Elmer Davis and the News

Description: Track 1 contains Clifton Utley reading the news, sponsored by Skelly Oil, a day after President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech on freedom of the seas. Utley is followed by local programing from Oklahoma City station WKY, with reference to a WKY listening post for German shortwave radio. Track 2 contains a weekly summary of news from CBS, followed by Elmer Davis and the News, which was broadcast locally in Oklahoma City on KOMA. This recording appears to have been copied from a tape, and artifacts of tape recording, such as speed irregularities, are present.
Date: 1941-09~
Creator: Utley, Clifton M. (Clifton Maxwell), 1904-1978 & Davis, Elmer, 1890-1958
Partner: UNT Music Library

First Piano Quartet; public affairs; music

Description: Track 1 contains a radio program by the First Piano Quartet (later known as the Original Piano Quartet), hosted by Robert Denton. At this time, the quartet consisted of Adam Garner, Vladimir Padwa, Henry Holt, and George Robert. The theme is Brahms' Paganini Variations, followed by Schubert's Moment Musicaux No. 3 in F Minor, Moszkowski's Bolero from Spanische Tänze, Op. 12, Liszt's Liebestraum No. 3, and Johann Strauss' Perpetual Motion. Tracks 2 and 3 are short fragments of public affairs programming and music.
Date: 1941-08-17~
Creator: First Piano Quartet
Partner: UNT Music Library

Central City Opera House; Norman Thomas

Description: Side 1 contains a performance from the opening night of the tenth summer play festival of the Central City Opera House Association in Central City, Colorado on July 5, 1941. An Associated Press article from that date explains "For three weeks a cast recruited from New York's Metropolitan Opera Company, under the leadership of Robert Edmond Jones and Frank St. Leger, will present 'The Barber of Seville' and 'Orpheus and Eurydice' at the squat stone theater." This recording contains performances from Orpheus and Eurydice. Side 2 contains a speech by Norman Thomas of the Socialist Party of America.
Date: 1941-07-05~
Creator: Central City Opera House Association (Central City, Colo.)
Partner: UNT Music Library

Julio Gerelin; Rotary Club skit in verse

Description: Side 1 contains a speech at a Rotary Club function in Oklahoma City by Julio Gerelin of Baranquilla, Colombia. Side 2 contains a skit written in verse about the Rotary Club.
Date: July 5, 1941
Creator: Gerelin, Julio
Partner: UNT Music Library