Franklin D Roosevelt's Speeches On 78rpm Records "rendezvous With Destiny"
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Franklin D Roosevelt's Speeches On 78rpm Records "rendezvous With Destiny":
Here are two sets of records, 6 records in each Volume and speeches on both sides of each record. These are 78 rpm records, which means that they have to be played at 78 rpm, not 33 rpm.
Used, 12 record set with speeches on both sides of records. These records look like new for how old they are, but four of the sides of records do have a faint scratch. Some are so faint I had to look for them in the light. Please read the full description of these records. Please also look at the pictures. The main album covers have some damage on the spine binding, especially volume 1."...rendezvous with destiny"An NBC Documentary Recording based on radio addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt Historical narration by Cesar Saerchinger Editor's Forward Written April, 1946
NBC Documentary Recordings are produced and distributed by the National Broadcasting Company, Inc. and manufactured by the RCA-Victor Division, Radio Corporation of America.
Index to Excerpts from the speeches of Franklin D. Roosevelt
Volume 1Part1-March 4, 1933. First Inaugural Address. "...the only thing we have to fear is fear itself..."2-March 4, 1933 (Continued), "I shall ask the Congress for...broad Executive Power..."3-January 20, 1937. Second Inaugural Address. "I see one-third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished."4-October 5, 1937. "Quarantine" speech at Chicago. "War is a Contagion."5-January 4, 1939. Annual Message to Congress. "...it has become increasingly clear that world peace is not assured." There looks like a small faint scratch, but I'm not sure if that is what it is.6-September 3, 1939. Fireside Chat after the Outbreak of War. "...there will be no black-out of peace in the United States."13-December 8, 1941. "State of War" Message to Congress. "...a date which will live in infamy..."14-January 6, 1942. "State of Union" Message to Congress. "...the spirit of the American people was never higher..."15-February 23, 1942. Birthday Address "Let them tell that to the Marines!"16-September 3, 1942. Speech to International Student Assembly. "Victory is essential; but victory is not enough..."17-December 24, 1943. Report on Cairo and Teheran. "...'I got along fine' with Marshal Stalin."18-December 24, 1943. Report on Cairo and Teheran (Continued). "...be sure our soldiers and sailors...are given full opportunities..."
Volume 2Part7-July 19,1940. Third Acceptance Speech. "It is with a very full heart that I speak tonight."8-July 19, 1940. Third Acceptance Speech. (Continued) December 29, 1940. Fireside Chat on National Security. "We must be the great arsenal of democracy."9-January 6, 1941. "Lend-Lease" Message to Congress. "Let us say...'We shall send you...ships, planes, tanks, guns.' " There is a faint scratch and a tiny, tiny pinpoint bump on this side of this record.10-January 6, 1941. "Lend-Lease" Message to Congress (Continued). "...four essential human freedoms...everywhere in the world."11-May 27, 1941. Fireside Chat Before Pan-American Union Board. "Today the whole world is divided...between human slavery and human freedom..." There are a few faint scratches.12-September 11, 1941. Labor Day Broadcast; Warnings to Axis Vessels. "I have no illusions about the gravity of this step."19-June 6, 1044. Prayer on D-Day. "...let our hearts be stout..."20-October 31, 1944. Foreign Policy Speech (1944 Campaign). "The Council of ...the United Nations must have the power...to keep the peace..." There is a tiny, tiny pinpoint bump on this side of the record.21-October 21, 1944. Foreign Policy Speech (1944 Campaign) (Continued). "...we shall continue to be strong brothers in the family of mankind..."22-January 20, 1945. Fourth Inaugural Address. "...we cannot live alone at peace..."23-March 1, 1945. Report to Congress on the Crimea Conference. "...I hope that you will pardon me for an unusual posture of sitting down..."24-April, 1945. Jefferson Day Address (Posthumous) spoken by Carleton Smith "The work my friends, is peace..." April 16, 1945. Final Tribute in Congress, President Harry S. Truman There is a faint scratch.PAYMENT:Please email us with any questions, before you offer. We ship item or items on confirmation of payment. We accept Paypal as payment. No Checks, please. We expect the payment within 3 days after the end of the sales, unless other arrangements are made. Please email us if you are going to take a little longer with the payment or else we will relist item again on . If you live close, we will accept cash, no checks, and you can pick up items to save on shipping and handling.
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