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Speech File, 1932-1987 (continued)
Texts, 1932-1987 (continued)
June 27, keynote address, known as "G.I. Joe and G.I. Jim" speech, Republican National Convention, Chicago, Ill. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
circa June, second congressional district of Montana
Aug. 9
Re-election campaign, Republican fourth district convention, Greenwich, Conn.
Acceptance of Republican nomination for re-election, WICC, WNAB, WSRR radio, Bridgeport and Stamford, Conn.
Sept. 9, "Reconversion," Detroit, Mich.
Sept. 22, re-election campaign, Fairfield County Republican Women's Club, WICC radio, Bridgeport, Conn.
Sept. 23, re-election campaign, Republican Town Committee, Norwalk, Conn.
Sept. 24, Trinacria Society honor roll, Bridgeport, Conn.
Sept. 29, "National Unity and Foreign Policy," Republican Women of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.
BOX 675 Sept. 30, "A President for G.I. Joe," WJZ radio, Newark, N.J.
circa Sept.
Re-election campaign, Fairfield County (Henry Robinson Luce notes?)
Republican party campaigns, St. Louis, Mo.; Nashville, Tenn.; Salt Lake City, Utah; Denver, Colo.; Omaha, Neb.; Tulsa, Okla.; Detroit, Mich.; Indianapolis, Ind.; San Francisco, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; Eugene, Ore.; Seattle, Wash.; Spokane, Wash.; Boise, Idaho; Newark, N.J.
Oct. 4, China relief
Oct. 8, re-election campaign, Fairfield County Italian-American League, Bridgeport, Conn.
Oct. 10, "Cinderella of the Allies," celebration of China's "Double Tenth," Hartford, Conn. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
Oct. 12, "The New Deal State vs. the U.S.A.," KMOX radio, St. Louis, Mo.
Oct. 13, "Roosevelt's Road to War," also titled "A Friend of G.I. Jim's Looks at the Record," Women's Republican Clubs of Illinois, Chicago, Ill. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
Oct. 14, "G.I. Joe's Foreign Policy," WIBC radio, Indianapolis, Ind., (Henry Robinson Luce notes?)
Oct. 16, "The Plot Against Labor," Republican State Committee, Pittsburgh, Pa.
BOX 676 Oct. 18, "Waging the Peace," Herald Tribune Forum, WJZ radio, New York, N.Y.
Oct. 19, peace in the postwar world, Stratford, Conn.
Oct. 20, "Mr. Roosevelt's Foreign Policy, or Information Please," Worcester, Mass. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
Oct. 21, "Which Mr. Roosevelt Is Indispensable? or The Moral Issue," Boston, Mass. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
(2 folders)
Oct. 22, re-election campaign, rally, Norwalk, Conn.
Oct. 23, re-election campaign, Fairfield County, Conn., WICC, WNAB radio
Oct. 25, re-election campaign, Danbury, Conn.
Oct. 26, re-election campaign, rally, Fairfield, Conn.
Oct. 27, re-election campaign, rallies, New Canaan and Darien, Conn.
Oct. 28
Re-election campaign, Greenwich (Chickahominy), Conn.
Re-election campaign, Fairfield County, Conn., WSRR, WICC, WNAB radio
Oct. 29
Sons of Italy
Hungarian Republican Club, Bridgeport, Conn. (Henry Robinson Luce notes?)
White Eagle Polish Republican Club, Bridgeport, Conn. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
Oct. 31, re-election campaign, rally, Redding, Conn.
BOX 677 circa Oct.
Presidential campaign
Unidentified, re-election campaign
Nov. 1, response to Margaret Conners, WICC radio, Bridgeport, Conn.
Nov. 2, refutation of political accusations, WICC, WSRR radio, Bridgeport and Stamford, Conn. (Henry Robinson Luce notes)
Nov. 4, refutation of political accusations, WSRR radio, Stamford, Conn.
Nov. 5, re-election campaign, WSRR radio, Stamford, Conn.
Nov. 6, re-election campaign, Fairfield County, Conn.
Nov. 8, acceptance speech, WSRR radio, Stamford, Conn.
Dec. 27
Radio interview with WAC sergeant in Rome, Italy
Italian war front, radio broadcast from Rome, Italy
Chicago Republicans, outline
Dewey for President
"Forty-Four Points for Forty-Four"
"F.D.R.--Indispensable and Indivisible--From Office"
Indiana Federation of Women's Republican Clubs
May-ling Soong Chiang
Miscellaneous fragments
Negroes in the armed forces
"The Old New Deal Skin Game"
"Opening for a Speech"
Outlines and drafts for re-election campaign
Peace conference
Re-election campaign speech in Italian
Roosevelt's franking charge
Seventy-eighth Club
"Speech for Women"
Terminated war contracts
To women
War, California
Jan. 18, "The Road to Rome," U.S. House of Representatives
BOX 678 Feb. 3, "Freedom and Security (report from the battlefront)," Women's National Republican Club, New York, N.Y.
Feb. 9, Fifth army and the "Forgotten Front," WMAL radio, Washington, D.C.
Feb. 12, Lincoln Day address, Nashville, Tenn.
Feb. 14, interview with Barnet Nover, Washington, D.C.
Feb. 20, purple heart, U.S. House of Representatives
Feb. 22, women, testimonial dinner, Bridgeport, Conn.
Mar. 25, "Report to the Nation" radio broadcast on the Italian front
Mar. 27, Fifth army, NBC radio
Apr. 27, concentration camp, Buchenwald, Germany, radio broadcast, London, England
May 3
Concentration camp, Buchenwald, Germany, U.S. House of Representatives
Italian front, WMAL radio, Washington, D.C.
Commemoration of Polish National Holiday, U.S. House of Representatives
May 8, "To the `Custer Combateers'"
May 21, Bridgeport Chamber of Commerce, Bridgeport, Conn.
May 28, United Polish dinner, Bridgeport, Conn.
May 29, "America and the Kremlin," WJZ radio
June 14, statement on quota system, House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization
circa June, "Communique on Communism," United Nations delegations to Reparations Committee, U.S. House of Representatives
Aug. 10, end of war, radio, Stamford, Conn.
Sept. 10
HR 397, servicemen's preference in Civil Service jobs, U.S. House of Representatives
Information section of the State Department, U.S. House of Representatives
Sept. 17, Hanson Baldwin on defense, U.S. House of Representatives
Sept. 19
Information and education division of the army, U.S. House of Representatives
Armed forces reduction, U.S. House of Representatives
Atomic power, U.S. House of Representatives
Sept. 20, discharging servicemen, U.S. House of Representatives
Sept. 27, "The Challenge of China," Christ Church Forum, New York, N.Y.
Oct. 8, "Postwar Women Want to Work"
Oct. 9, "China's Challenge," War Memorial Auditorium, Trenton, N.J.
Oct. 28, "The Secret of the Atom Bomb," WDRC radio, Hartford, Conn.
circa Oct.
HR 3517, naturalization of eastern Indians, U.S. House of Representatives
"Q&A about Russia," American Forum of the Air radio broadcast, Washington, D.C.
Nov. 2, "Not Unduly Exacting about Poland," U.S. House of Representatives
Nov. 9, "We Must Understand the Russians," U.S. House of Representatives
Nov. 14, demobilization, U.S. House of Representatives
Nov. 15, "Not Unduly Exacting about News," U.S. House of Representatives
Nov. 20, "Not Unduly Exacting about Refugees," U.S. House of Representatives
Nov. 21, "Not Unduly Exacting about Iran," U.S. House of Representatives
Nov. 24, "What's Ahead for American Liberties," American Civil Liberties Union, New York, N.Y.
Nov. 28, "Not Unduly Exacting in Korea," U.S. House of Representatives
BOX 679 Nov. 30, "Our Atomic Homework," Women's National Republican Club, New York, N.Y.
Dec. 6, Eleanor Roosevelt on May-ling Soong Chiang as being undemocratic, [committee hearing, U.S. House of Representatives]
Dec. 7, far eastern policy, U.S. House of Representatives
Dec. 12, "Should America Keep the Atomic Bomb Secret? No!" "Wake Up, America!" radio program
Dec. 15, "The UNO and Disarmament," CBS radio, Washington, D.C.
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