Newstalgia Reference Room - President Truman addresses the Railroad Strike, declares National Emergency - May 24, 1946.
Newstalgia Weekend Gramophone with a live performance of Douglas Moore's Farm Journal as performed by Alfredo Antonini and The CBS Symphony Orchestra, recorded in 1946.
Holiday Roundtable featuring The Delta Rhythm Boys, in performance on The Carnation Contented Hour - July 29, 1946.
Weekend Gramophone with composer Roy Harris conducting the music of Stanley Finn - his Prelude and Dance, recorded in 1946 with the ABC Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Nights at the Roundtable with Brazilian singer Linda Baptista and "Bonde do Caju from" 1946.
Newstalgia Reference Room with an address by Henry Morgenthau on the current state of housing for returning veterans on May 16, 1946.
Nights At The Roundtable with hipster extraordinaire Slim Gaillard and his immoirtal "Laguna" recorded for Mel-O-Disc records, Los Angeles in 1946.
Lowell Thomas, who had a habit of breaking into uncontrollable laughter in the middle of a newscast, does it on this newscast from December 19, 1946.
Newstalgia Refrence Room - former New York Senator James M. Mead running for New York Governor in the 1946 off-year election.
Pres. Truman, in an address to the Student Body of Fordham University on the occasion of receiving an honorary degree, talks about the duty America has to its Veterans returning from the War. May 11, 1946
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