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GENERAL DOUGLES MacArthur 1952 KEY NOTE SPEECH ON VINYL RECORDS SENT FROM FEDERAL CIVIL DEFENCE ADMINISTRATION TO KGY RADIO

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    Posted 7 years ago

    justart
    (7 items)

    FOUND THIS ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO VERY UNIQUE .VINYL RECORD SET 33RPM. GENREAL DOUGLAS MACARTHUR KEY NOTE SPEECH & RETURN FROM SAN FRANCICO FROM KOREA SPEECH.. SENT BY THE FEDERAL CIVIL DEFENCE ADMINISTARTION TO THE RADIO STATION KGY IN OLYMPIA WA. IN 1952 ALL THE RECORDS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE SOME PLAY BACKWORDS .. LOOKING FOR ANYBODYS THOUGHTS ON THIS ?.. ANYONE HAVE SIMULAR ITEM? ANY INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED..

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    1. TubeAmp TubeAmp, 7 years ago
      http://www.theaudioarchive.com/TAA_Resources_Disc_Transcription.htm

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    2. johnnyballgame, 7 years ago
      Those actually look very similar to the National Archive Records I found. From what information I received, the records they copied onto had the extra three holes. Also a number of mine with no actual label are etched with names or written on as the one in your third picture shows.
    3. justart, 7 years ago
      Hi jonnyballgame, is there a link to the National Archive records ? like the one you found ? thank you ..Just

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