Upton Sinclair interview with John Dryer [sound recording]. 1965.


Upton Sinclair interview with John Dryer [sound recording]. 1965.

Recording made by John Dryer at the home of Upton Sinclair in Monrovia, Calif., April 3, 1965. The interview was presented to Edmund G. Brown as a 60th birthday present.

Original: 2 sound reels : analog, mono ; 7 in.Copy: 3 sound discs ; 4 3/4 in.Copy: 3 sound cassettes.


SNAC Resource ID: 7653317

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