Fulton Lewis, Jr.

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


13653. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. September 13, 1938. Mutual net. Sustaining. An interview with the Czech Charge' d' Affairs in the U.S. He explains why martial law has just been declared. The upcoming elections analyzed. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

1929. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 25, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. Mr. Lewis comments on labor news, Roosevelt's third term, European war airplane purchases. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

14012. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 14, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. Should eight U. S. ships be transferred to Panama, violating the spirit of the Neutrality Act? Al Capone has been released from jail. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

14013. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. President Roosevelt has revoked the suspension of the sugar quotas. An analysis of the many effects of this action. The date is approximate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

14017. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 14, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. A portrait of Governor Bricker of Ohio as a possible presidential candidate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

14033. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. April 2, 1940. Mutual net. Sustaining. A commentary about the Smith amendments to change the National Labor Relations Act. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

94182. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 3, 1940. Mutual net, WOL, Washington, D. C. origination. Commercials added locally. The program may be dated March 5, 1940. The first story is about the rejection of the Hatch-Dempsey bill. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:47. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

81349. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 21, 1940. Mutual net, WOR, New York origination. Music fill for local commercial insert. An analysis of the "Draft The Weath" proposal. The debate about conscription and the draft bill. Mr. Lewis apologizes to Mr. Cromwell and says that he was wrong. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

81342. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 22, 1940. Mutual net, WOL, Washington, D. C. origination. Music fill for local commercial insert. The debate on the draft bill continues. We are almost criminally short of essential equipment for the army. The army says there are plenty of guns to go around. Fulton Lewis Jr., Frank Young (announcer). 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

81343. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. September 11, 1940. Mutual net, WOL, Washington, D. C. origination. Music fill for local commercial insert. John Danaher (Senator from Connecticut) substitutes for vacationing Fulton Lewis. A summary of financial debates in Congress; a proposed "Import-Export Bank." A senatorial upset in Arizona. John Danaher, Stephen McCormick (announcer). 14:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

40560. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 9, 1941. Mutual net, WOL, Washington origination. Sustaining. How much of our lend-lease materiel is being sunk? Other news commentaries. Fulton Lewis Jr., Frank Blair (announcer). 14:30. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

40638. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 14, 1941. Mutual net, WOL, Washington origination. Sustaining. News and commentary about the shipworker's strike, General Motors strike, the anti-convoy legislation. The problem of Eagle-buttons. Fulton Lewis Jr., Frank Blair (announcer). 14:48. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

40639. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. July 4, 1941. Mutual net, WOL, Washington origination. Sustaining. Mr. Lewis re-reads his "famous" July 4, 1940 commentary. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:46. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

14250. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 8, 1941. Mutual net. Sustaining. Representative Jack Nichols of Oklahoma comments on the dangers of Axis commercial airlines in South America. The date is approximate. The final 12:50 of the program only. Fulton Lewis Jr., Jack Nichols. 12:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68963. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 1942. Mutual net. Praise for the commander of the submarine "Sea Wolfe," who was recommended for the Navy Cross. Is Britain about to lose India? Is Churchill really setting a trap? Sugar rationing is to start in three weeks. The date is approximate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 4:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

69047. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 8, 1942. Mutual net. The labor dispute at the Kearny, New Jersey shipyard has been settled by the War Labor Board. The Japs have lost seventeen vessels in the battle of the Coral Sea. Will there be a confiscation of automobiles and tires, as well as gasoline rationing? Fulton Lewis Jr.. 9:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

94168. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. July 22, 1942. Mutual net, WOL, Washington, D. C. origination. The first story is about Andrew Higgens, who lost his fight to keep his ship-building contract. Mr. Lewis newscast is complete, the body of the show only. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68989. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 5, 1942. Mutual net, WHBC, Canton, Ohio origination. General Rommel's forces are collapsing in North Africa. This is the beginning of a smashing victory. Berlin and Rome admit "severe losses" near Cairo. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 5:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

69227. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 7, 1943. Mutual net, WNAC, Boston origination. Sustaining. A summary of President Roosevelt's address to Congress on the progress of the war (see cat. #9031 for the actual speech). Mr. Lewis tells about his interview with the president of Parker Brothers Games, and how his advice can be used by the government for issuing wartime regulations. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 13:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108139. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 28, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Will Ed Flynn's nomination as, "Ambassador the the South Pacific" be confirmed? The national debt will increase to 210 billion dollars. After that, it will be "pay-as-you" legislation, with income taxes deducted from paychecks. Why housewives can't find any meat in the store. Mr. Lewis offers a cogent explanation of the meat shortage. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 10:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76100. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 11, 1943. Mutual net. The program originates from Texas. U. S. Ambassador Stanley has revealed how much Lend-Lease aid has been sent to Russia. On the second anniversary of Lend-Lease, a luncheon of dehydrated foods has been served. The signal fails about four minutes into the recording. Piano fill is heard for about one minute. Coffee rationing is easing. A commentary on meat rationing inequalities. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 9:52. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

69337. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. June 11, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. The broadcast originates from Ohio. The Italian island of Pantelaria has surrendered. News of anti-strike bills and the grain shortage. Mr. Lewis repeats his commentary about the Four Freedoms. He has no problem with "Freedom Of Speech" and "Freedom Of Religion." However, "Freedom From Fear" and "Freedom From Want" is "a humbug game." He suggests a better "freedom" is "Freedom Of Individual Enterprise." Fulton Lewis Jr.. 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69518. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. July 26, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Old Gold. Ray Henley substitutes for Mr. Lewis. "Fascism is crcking up in Italy." Mr. Henle analyzes the situation in Italy. Ray Henley. 9:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69508. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 1, 1943. Mutual net. Commercials added locally. The program originates from Port Arthur, Texas. The Moscow Conference has issued a declaration of agreement: there will be no separate peace treaties. The coal strike has begun. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 9:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69516. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 11, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Groves B Complex Vitamins. There is a report of mutiny in the German army in France. In the last three months, the Germans have lost more submarines than we have lost freighters. There is more trouble in the coal mines. Mr. Lewis retracts in detail a previous report about the costs of gun mounts for the Navy. Congressman Wright Patman has demanded time to rebut what he considers a personal attack by Mr. Lewis on him. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 11:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69374. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 22, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. There has been no vote yet on the food subsidy bill. Mr. Lewis comments about the U. S. Army developing petroleum reserves in the Canadian arctic called "The Canol Project." He goes into detail about the many reasons the Canol oil project should be abandoned (it eventually was). The commentary is complete, the program is not. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 13:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68456. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 24, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. Dick Wilson substitutes for Mr. Lewis. Congressional reaction to the General Patton "slapping" incident. The anti-subsidy food bill vote has been taken. The price of coal is going up. Bernard Baruch is working on the problem of war contract termination. The commentary is complete. Dick Wilson. 12:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69363. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 7, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Grove's B Complex Vitamins. The program originates from Salisbury, Maryland, where many of the country's chicken farms are located. Mr. Lewis describes the problems of the chicken industry during wartime. A look at the past two years since the attack on Pearl Harbor. Will the General and the Admiral in charge at Pearl Harbor in 194 be court martialled? The statute of limitations expires tonight. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 11:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69398. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 10, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pisstburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. A Japanese domestic broadcast indicates that the war situation is "grave." A congressional investigation of the liquor shortage has begun. Mr. Lewis reveals what he suspects is the real reason for the liquor shortage. A possible oil shortage is being caused by the O. P. A.'s refusal to raise the ceiling price. A summary of the wasteful Canol project in Canada. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76098. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 21, 1943. Mutual net. Mr. Lewis comments on the large cost overruns on the Canol Project. General Summerville has testified before the Truman committee. Colonel Graham is connected with Axel Wenner-Gren, a friend of Goering and one of the world's richest men. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 10:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68469. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 27, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold cigarettes. Three non-operating brotherhoods are threatening a railroad strike. President Roosevelt has just ordered a federal takeover of the railroads. A steel strike has begun. Mr. Lewis speculates on whether the Republicans will take control of the Senate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76139. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 11, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Old Gold Cigarettes. Critical reactions to President Roosevelt's labor proposals and the National Service Act. He jokes about the new Pentagon building. The cost was $75 million...or was it $85 million? General Summerville estimated the cost was going to be be two and a half times less. The Polish government in exile disputes the location of the border between Poland and Russia. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 10:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79453. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 26, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. The broadcast originates from Boston. Bill Cunningham substituting for Fulton Lewis, speaks about teamwork on the home front, enemy propaganda and morale. A patriotic address by the former outfielder for the New York Giants and the Boston Braves. Bill Cunningham. 12:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79467. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 28, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. Comments about the federal absentee ballot for servicemen overseas. Testimony on the Canol Project (an oil pipeline in the Yukon Territory, Canada). "Bestial" treatment of war prisoners by Japan; "brutal, vicious, ruthless, starved, tortured, beheading and bayoneting." Quotes from a "Peace Now" plamphlet. Can we do business with Hitler? Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79458. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. February 3, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Four-Way Cold Tablets. Things are going better than expected in the Marshall Islands. Senator George thinks Wendell Willkie's tax proposals are uninformed. Comments about federal absentee ballots for servicement overseas. The Green-Lucas Bill has been defeated. Kind words about Raymond Clapper, after his recent death in the Marshall Islands; a mid-air collision. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79496. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. February 7, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold (most of commercial deleted). The nation's meat supply will drop very low in two months. The meat industry is upset with the O. P. A. The Tool and Die Workers have gone on strike in a jurisdictional dispute. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79503. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. February 8, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Four-Way Cold Tablets (commercial partially deleted). Details of the federal absentee ballot for servicemen debate. Japanese resistance on Kwajalein has ceased. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79497. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. February 10, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Four-Way Cold Tablets. The federal absentee ballot debate continues in Congress. A speech by Senator George (of Georgia) makes an impression in the Senate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79487. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 6, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. The program originates from Chicago. A report on government low-cost "temporary" housing and "permanent" housing built by private enterprise. Not all the residents in these housing projects are as poor as they're supposed to be. The O. P. A. is to expire shortly, a new price control bill is being debated. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79808. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 9, 1944. Mutual net. The program originates from Cheyenne, Wyoming. "The draft boards of the nation are scraping the bottom of the barrel." Patriotism at a United Airlines Modification Center. A summary of the politicial situation in Wyoming. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79492. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 13, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. Draft deferments have been granted for two-hundred and forty-five government employees. There have been forty thousand requests for deferment. The broadcast originates from Spokane, Washington. A discussion of the housing situation in Spokane. Mr. Lewis describes the shoddy government houses and compares them to houses built by private enterprise. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79819. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 16, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. A commentary on federal housing and slum clearance. Privately constructed housing costs $4029 per unit. A critical comparison with government housing. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79884. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. April 10, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. The "tired" president is going south to rest. House Speaker Sam Rayburn is mistaken about the fortification of Guam. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

80036. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. June 6, 1944. Mutual net. Mr. Lewis mentions that he predicted last Friday that the invasion would take place within three weeks, but he admits that the prediction was facetious! "The hot breath of disaster is blowing (in Hitler's face)." "There has always been a cataclysm when I went on vacation." German resistance was surpringly light. "Hitler is in a desperate situation." Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80067. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 15, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Fort Pitt Beer. Our casualties are light at a new invasion in Southern France. Cannes is entirely in our hands. General Patton is to be promoted, despite his "incident." Fulton Lewis Jr.. 9:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80071. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 23, 1944. Mutual net. Roumania has accepted Russian peace terms and are now on the Allied side, against the Germans. "The European war picture is about to blow." Fulton Lewis Jr.. 9:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

14436. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. December 22, 1944. Mutual net. Sustaining. A special Christmas broadcast with Mr. Lewis' nine-year-old son (who would later take over the show), and his thirteen-year-old daughter. A touching, well-done Christmas commentary. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

108094. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 26, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold cigarettes. 7:00 P.M. Indications suggest the collapse of the Wehrmacht. Mr. Lewis criticizes the radio reporter who said yesterday that the war would NOT end within 30 days. Mr. Ickes made a "headline play" but wasn't quite accurate about what would happen in the event of a coal strike. The number of federal employees has risen from 900,000 before the war to 3,500,000 currently. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 11:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97788. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. April 10, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sustaining. 7:00 P.M. Why are the Germans continuing to resist? Will there be a last stand at the Elbe river? The fighting on Okinawa has intensified. An analysis of Thomas Emerson of the O.P.A. Mr. Emerson claims there's no such thing as a black market in meat. Mr. Lewis strongly disagrees. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 9:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

14537. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 8, 1945. Mutual net. Sustaining. 7:00 P. M. Commentary about the victory, other topics. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

14536. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. May 8, 1945. Mutual net. Sustaining. Comments on President Truman's victory announcement and the reading of it at his 8:30 A. M. press conference. The broadcast was heard right after Mr. Truman's speech was delivered. A recording of, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" is played after the commentary. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

7559. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. June 21, 1945. Mutual net. Sustaining. Comments on the O. P. A. and war surplus. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 15:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97595. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 10, 1945. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. 7:00 P.M. An analysis of the surrender demands by the Japanese. They have lost the war "completely and totally." Considerations about the emperor's "perogatives." An excellent and cogent commentary. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 11:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97616. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 14, 1945. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sustaining. 12:40 P.M. Mr. Lewis reads the entire cable from Japan, as received in Berne, Switzerland. The answer that the world is waiting for (a satisfactory response from Japan) has not yet been received. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 3:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Part of continuing coverage.

87181. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. August 14, 1945. Mutual/NBC nets. The war is over. Mutual net bulletins recorded between 7:00 and 7:03 P. M. (EWT), followed by Fulton Lewis Jr. upcut at 7:04 P. M. He reads the documents of surrender. Other reports follow. See also cat. #97617. Fulton Lewis Jr., William Hillman (at the White House), Bob Dixon (from Times Square, New York City). 15:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

69881. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. November 6, 1945. NBC net, KDKA, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sustaining. 6:45 P.M. A commentary about the many and suprising Republican victories in the Congressional elections. Mr. Thomas says that the public is tired of "long-haired men and short-haired women." The "Solid South" is still solidly Democratic. Vito Marcantonio and Helen Gahagen Douglas were both victorious, but dismissed by Mr. Thomas as "inconsequential." Lowell Thomas' in-studio guest is Representative Charles Halleck (Indiana, partially deleted). The program is followed by "News Of The World" with Morgan Beatty. Robert McCormick is also heard. Fulton Lewis Jr., Charles Halleck, Morgan Beatty, Robert McCormick. 15:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

107839. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. February 27, 1946. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Bray's (?) pipe tobacco. 7:00 P.M. The program originates from Washington, D.C. Senator Vandenberg's comments on the U.N.O. and on dealing with Russia. Representative Martin is against universal military training. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68868. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 13, 1946. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. The General Motors strike has ended after 113 days. The union is trying not to lose face. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 3:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

50336. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 12, 1947. Mutual net. Sustaining. President Truman proposes a $400 million dollar loan to Greece and Turkey. Earl Carroll is to testify to the House Labor Committee about his conflicts with Petrillo's musician's union. The commentary is complete, but the final public service announcement, program closing, and system cue have been deleted. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 13:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

41897. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. 1948. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Denalan denture cleaner. President Truman is losing support on the tax bill, also on his bid for re-election. Large quantities of munitions are being sent to Russia and Eastern Europe. The date is approximate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 12 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

14831. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. 1948. Mutual net. Sustaining. Commentary about the activities of the Dies Committee and spies in the Navy Yard, Presidential hopeful Taft, the neutrality bill has stalled until November, a feud in the Kentucky senatorial delegation ends. The date is approximate. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41803. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 16, 1948. Mutual net. Commercials added locally. President Truman to speak about the pending tax bill, ocean vessels transferred to Italy. Comments of House Speaker Joe Martin extensively quoted. A dinner by the Soviet-American Friendship Committee is ridiculed. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 13:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

41903. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 19, 1948. Mutual net. Sustaining. An injunction against the atomic energy strike has been obtained, the coal strike continues, Scandinavian countries may join the Communist block, the House of Representatives to consider the Marshall Plan, tidewater oil lands to remain under Federal control. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41804. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 19, 1948. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. The effects of the coal strike, the meat strike, President Truman's directives against the H. U. A. C,, unkind words for Sam Rayburn. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 11:30. Audio condition: Fair to good. Complete as above.

41873. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 24, 1948. Mutual net. Sustaining. Albert L. Warner substituting due to the death of Mr. Lewis' mother. Herbert Hoover's objections to the Marshall Plan, other commentaries on the day's news. Albert L. Warner. 13:14. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

14780. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. July 14, 1948. Mutual net. Sustaining. The program originates from the Democratic Convention, Philadelphia. Speculations on a choice for vice president. Fulton Lewis Jr.. 15 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69979. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. March 11, 1954. Mutual net. Senator Joseph McCarthy (Wisconsin) is interviewed. When asked about Adlai Stevenson, Senator McCarthy compares Stevenson to a "filthy barn." McCarthy comments about his relations with the army. When asked to comment on Edward R. Murrow's criticism of him, Senator McCarthy says he "never listens to bleeding heart Liberals." He then quotes from a 1935 Pittsburgh newspaper article describing Murrow as being on "the national advisory council of Moscow University." Fulton Lewis Jr., Joseph McCarthy. 13:00. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

84502. Fulton Lewis, Jr.. January 3, 1956. Mutual net. Sustaining. Fulton Lewis interviews Senator Joseph McCarthy. Mr. McCarthy comments about Adlai Stevenson and compares him to "a dirty barn." He rebuts Stevenson's positions. When asked about Edward R. Murrow's attack on him of the previous night, McCarthy says "he never listens to bleeding-heart liberals." He also describes a newspaper article about Murrow being on the national council of "Moscow University," defends his condemnation of the A.C.L.U. as a "communist front" and rebuts Senator Flanders' criticism of him. Fulton Lewis Jr., Joseph McCarthy. 14:11. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

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