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General Yamashita Surrender Ceremony (Side 1)

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Howard Pyle's radio broadcast of the surrender ceremony at Baguio City, Philippines. Known as the "Tiger of Malaya," Yamashita surrendered in the presence of Generals Jonathan Wainwright and Arthur Percival, who were previously imprisoned by the Japanese in Manchuria. Pyle

Howard Pyle's radio broadcast of the surrender ceremony at Baguio City, Philippines. Known as the "Tiger of Malaya," Yamashita surrendered in the presence of Generals Jonathan Wainwright and Arthur Percival, who were previously imprisoned by the Japanese in Manchuria. Pyle said he was the only news correspondent to cover the Japanese surrender on board the USS Missouri and Yamashita's surrender at Baguio City.

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1945-09-02

General Yamashita Surrender Ceremony (Side 2)

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Howard Pyle's radio broadcast of the surrender ceremony at Baguio City, Philippines. Known as the "Tiger of Malaya," Yamashita surrendered in the presence of Generals Jonathan Wainwright and Arthur Percival, who were previously imprisoned by the Japanese in Manchuria. Pyle

Howard Pyle's radio broadcast of the surrender ceremony at Baguio City, Philippines. Known as the "Tiger of Malaya," Yamashita surrendered in the presence of Generals Jonathan Wainwright and Arthur Percival, who were previously imprisoned by the Japanese in Manchuria. Pyle said he was the only news correspondent to cover the Japanese surrender on board the USS Missouri and Yamashita's surrender at Baguio City.

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1945-09-02

Arizona Close Ups: George Bennett and Richard Harless Interview

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Meredith Harless interviews American folk music performer George Bennett and discusses the Atlantic Union Committee with Congressman Richard Harless.

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1951-03-21

Side A

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Meredith Harless interviews William Murphy, the "federal agent in charge of the FBI in Arizona." They discuss such topics as the Phoenix Women's Club (00:01:54), prosecution of 11 suspected communists arrested in New York in 1949 (00:02:18), and Phoenix's "Cook murder case" (00:10:45).

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1951-01-14

Side B

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Meredith Harless interviews US Congressmen Harold “Porque” Patten (D-AZ), Walter S. Baring Jr. (D-NV), Wesley A. D'Ewart (R-MT), and Charley Willis, Executive Secretary of the Small Miners Association of Arizona, regarding such subjects as the Colorado River Project (00:06:45) and "Indian problems" in Arizona (00:09:08).

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1951-05-12

Arizona Close Ups: Casey Stingle [sic] and Joe DiMaggio Interviews

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Meredith Harless interviews Casey Stengel and Joe DiMaggio regarding such topics as the New York Yankees spring training in Phoenix and the difficulties of the training season for an older player, traveling around the United States, the team's prospects for

Meredith Harless interviews Casey Stengel and Joe DiMaggio regarding such topics as the New York Yankees spring training in Phoenix and the difficulties of the training season for an older player, traveling around the United States, the team's prospects for the upcoming season, team rosters, and DiMaggio's family, beginnings in baseball, restaurant, and advice for boys who aspire to play baseball professionally.

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1951-04-01

Arizona Close Ups: Susan Peters Interview

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Meredith Harless interviews actress Susan Peters, who discusses such topics as various theatre and film productions, her life and her hunting accident, and treatment of polio victims.

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1951-01-16