"Town Meeting of the Air" broadcasts in Madison [sound recording], 1954.

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Mitchell, Broadus, 1892-1988. "Town Meeting of the Air" broadcasts in Madison [sound recording], 1954.

"Town Meeting of the Air" broadcasts in Madison [sound recording], 1954.

Two broadcasts of the radio program "Town Meeting of the Air," recorded in Madison, Wisconsin and sponsored by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.

2 large reel tape recordings.

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