George William Cushing papers and sound recordings 1942-1955

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George William Cushing papers and sound recordings, 1942-1955

George William Cushing papers and sound recordings 1942-1955

News editor and vice president of Detroit, Michigan, radio station, WJR, moderator of radio program, "In Our Opinion". Correspondence, radio transcripts, scrapbooks, broadcast discs, and audio-tapes of discs; include material concerning career of Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, the senatorial campaign of 1942 between Prentiss Brown and Homer Ferguson, and radio broadcasting in general.

1.3 linear feet and ca. 230 audiotapes (in 9 boxes)

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