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    KFC2007N. King's Guard Band Marches at Buckingham Palace in London, England
    Kennedy Family CollectionMarch 1938

    Bystanders (foreground) watch the Band of the Guard's Division (visible in background, playing various brass and woodwind instruments) march through the center gate at Buckingham Palace in London, England, during the changing of the Royal Guard. [Notes: Photograph by Edward M. Kennedy.]

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    KFC2009N. King's Guard Band Marches Near Buckingham Palace in London, England
    Kennedy Family CollectionMarch 1938

    The Band of the Guard's Division (playing various brass and woodwind instruments) marches on a street near Buckingham Palace in London, England, during the changing of the Royal Guard; bystanders are visible at right. [Notes: Photograph by Edward M. Kennedy.]

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    "Face Off" Copyright Laws, 23 September 1986
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files23 September 1986

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Robert J. "Bob" Dole of Kansas debate new legislation introduced by Senator Kennedy to update federal copyright laws to protect the rights of artists. The episode aired on Tuesday, September 23, 1986, on the Mutual Broadcasting System.

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    "Face Off" Colorizing Black-and-White Films, 15 September 1987
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files15 September 1987

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Robert J. "Bob" Dole of Kansas debate the controversy of transforming black-and-white films to color for showing on television, a process called colorization, and the issue of artistic integrity. The episode aired on Tuesday, September 15, ...

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    "Face Off" Defending Artists' Rights to Deny Modification or Derivation of Their Work, 7 December 1988
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files7 December 1988

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate proposed legislation that would protect artists against distortion or mutilation of their artwork by purchasers. They discuss whether this protection should also apply to filmmakers that do not want th...

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    "Face Off" National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Funding, [ca. August 1989]
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Filesca. August 1989

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate a recent vote in Congress to stop the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) from awarding grants to art institutions that support artists whose work has been denounced as "obscene." The episode aired o...

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    "Face Off" Censorship of the Arts, 26 October 1989
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files26 October 1989

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate a proposal by Senator Jesse Helms of North Carolina to prevent federal funds from supporting works that may be objectionable, and the effect on the grant funding program of the National Endowment for t...

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    "Face Off" Development of Walden Pond, 21 May 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files21 May 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the proposal to build housing and other structures at Walden Pond, a historic landmark in Concord, Massachusetts, where noted American author Henry David Thoreau wrote his most famous work. The episode...

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    "Face Off" Miss Saigon Casting and the Civil Rights Act of 1990, 31 August 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files31 August 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate the Actors' Equity Association's condemnation of the casting of a British actor in an Eurasian role in the play "Miss Saigon." They also debate the Civil Rights Act of 1990. The episode aired on Friday...

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    "Face Off" Ralph Nader Complaint Against the U.S. Postal Service, 12 December 1990
    Edward M. Kennedy Senate Files12 December 1990

    Sound recording of the radio program "Face Off." Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy of Massachusetts and Senator Alan K. "Al" Simpson of Wyoming debate activist Ralph Nader's complaint against the U.S. Postal Service (U.S.P.S.) for issuing postage stamps that commemorate classic American films. The episode aired on Wednesday, December 12, 1990, on the...

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