Audio cassette tape, October 14, 1988 [sound recording].

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Bush, George, 1924-. Audio cassette tape, October 14, 1988 [sound recording].

Audio cassette tape, October 14, 1988 [sound recording].

The collection consists of one 90 minute audio cassette tape taken during Vice President George Bush's Address at SIO on October 14, 1988. Other speakers included Edward Frieman, William Ruckelshaus and George Deukmejian. The quality of the oceans and the environment was the main topic.

1 audio cassette tape.

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Bush, George, 1924-2018

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