Arizona Close Ups: William Murphy and Jane Winton Interviews

Description

Meredith Harless interviews William Murphy, the "federal agent in charge of the FBI in Arizona," on anti-communist activities in the United States (Side A) and actress Jane Winton (Side B).

Date Created
1951

Meredith Harless Interviews

Description

Meredith Harless interviews William Murphy, the "federal agent in charge of the FBI in Arizona," on anti-communist activities in the United States and Congressmen Harold “Porque” Patten (D-AZ), Walter S. Baring Jr. (D-NV), Wesley A. D'Ewart (R-MT), and Charley Willis,

Meredith Harless interviews William Murphy, the "federal agent in charge of the FBI in Arizona," on anti-communist activities in the United States and 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 and "Indian problems" in Arizona.

Date Created
1951

Side A

Description
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

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). This recording duplicates Side A of Recording 2.
Date Created
1951-01-14

Side A

Description
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

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). This recording duplicates Side A of Recording 2.
Date Created
1951-01-14

Side A

Description
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).
Date Created
1951-01-14

Side A

Description
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).
Date Created
1951-01-14