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Yale Reports transcripts
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Yale Reports was a weekly radio broadcast review from Yale University (ca. 1955-1974). Collection consists 400-plus issues of radio broadcast transcripts spanning 1958-1971.
Yale Reports was a weekly radio broadcast review from Yale University News Bureau. The radio program, broadcast from WTIC Hartford, featured interviews and commentary on a variety of contemporary issues from 1955 to 1976. WTIC inaugurated the series as a replacement for Yale Interprets the News. Transcripts of Yale Reports radio programs were supplied free of charge as a public service of Yale University.
5.75 Linear Feet (6 boxes)
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