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Directed by archivist Andy Lanset, the department provides a central repository for thousands of audio recordings, photographs, memorabilia, reports, news items, program guides, institutional records, and promotional materials.

Among its holdings are more than 50,000 recordings in a variety of formats, from early lacquer and acetate discs, to reel-to-reel tapes, to digital audio tapes and compact discs.

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Richard Nixon: "I am not a crook"

Saturday, November 17, 1973

President Nixon during a news conference on allegations of wrongdoing.

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Will Barnet

Tuesday, November 14, 1972

Host Ruth Bowman interviews artist Will Barnet. 

Liberal Education in an Age of Science

Friday, February 20, 1959

WNYC
Liberal Education in an Age of Science

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Acculturation in Relation to the Concepts of Health and Disease

Thursday, March 14, 1957

WNYC
Acculturation in Relation to the Concepts of Health and Disease

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Vallery-Radot, Pasteur. The Logical Sequence of Pasteur's Discoveries

Wednesday, December 12, 1956

WNYC
The Logical Sequence of Pasteur's Discoveries

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Whither Mankind, or, The Humanist Looks at the Doctor

Thursday, August 23, 1956

WNYC
The Humanist Looks at the Doctor

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Freud Centenary Afternoon Session

Thursday, August 16, 1956

WNYC
Freud Centenary Afternoon Session

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Cultural Mentalities and Medical Science

Thursday, June 28, 1956

WNYC
Cultural Mentalities and Medical Science

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Public Health Aspects of Aging

Thursday, May 31, 1956

WNYC
Public Health Aspects of Aging

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[Aging and Parkinson's Disease]

Thursday, April 05, 1956

WNYC
Aging and Parkinson's Disease

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The History of Dermatology

Thursday, December 08, 1955

WNYC
The History of Dermatology

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The Role of the Physician as an Expert Witness in Civil Actions

Thursday, October 20, 1955

WNYC
The Role of the Physician as an Expert Witness in Civil Actions

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Charles F. Brannan

Saturday, December 01, 1951

US Secretary of Agriculture quotes Woodrow Wilson on self-sovereignty, and speaks about material and spiritual abundance.

Hazel Scott

Monday, January 01, 1951

The famous pianist on bigotry and responsibility.

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Gordon Dean

Friday, January 13, 1950

Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission quotes Walt Whitman.

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Elmer Holmes Davis

Thursday, January 12, 1950

In his famous Hoosier accent. the former Office of War Information Chief boldly speaks about "Freedom of the mind".

Hoyt S. Vandenberg

Wednesday, January 11, 1950

The potential date with Marylin Monroe speaks about keeping peace with strength, and safeguarding freedom with power and foresight.

 

Eleanor Roosevelt

Tuesday, January 10, 1950

Former First Lady speaks about opportunity and about taking America for granted.

Robert Taft

Sunday, January 08, 1950

U.S. Senator from Ohio speaks about decentralization and liberty.

Sigmund Romberg

Saturday, January 07, 1950

Shortly before his death, the Hungarian-born composer speaks about building bridges with music,