Audio recordings constitute the definitive record of radio broadcasts, lectures, and oral histories produced during the twentieth century. Highlights include sound recordings of Cold War radio; Ronald Reagan radio addresses; the NSZZ Solidarity movement; and the signing of the United Nations Charter. Formats include phonograph discs, open-reel tapes, cassettes, digital tape media, optical discs, and digital files.
UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION PROCEEDINGS - Founding conference of the United Nations, 1945
RADIO FREE EUROPE/RADIO LIBERTY BROADCAST RECORDS - US radio broadcasting organization
FOREIGN BROADCAST INTELLIGENCE SERVICE MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS - US government agency monitoring foreign radio broadcasts during World War II
COMMONWEALTH CLUB OF CALIFORNIA RECORDS - Private nonprofit for the study of public issues based in San Francisco
MONT PÈLERIN SOCIETY RECORDS - International organization of laissez-faire economists
MILTON FRIEDMAN PAPERS - US economist
RONALD REAGAN RADIO COMMENTARY SOUND RECORDINGS - Radio series featuring Ronald Reagan, 1975–79
CHICAGO BOYS AND LATIN AMERICAN MARKET REFORMERS COLLECTION - Economists associated with the University of Chicago
HELEN PRAEGER YOUNG INTERVIEWS - US historian; interviews of women veterans of the Chinese Long March
NSZZ SOLIDARNOŚĆ RECORDS - Polish trade union and political movement
RECORDED SOUND IN ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS
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