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United States Information Agency Audio Recordings Collection
Sound recording of Harry W. Flannery's interview with Director of the United States Information Agency (USIA) Edward R. Murrow. The interview covers the USIA’s mission, operations, and needs. Flannery and Director Murrow also cover international focuses, including the USIA's major emphasis on Africa and Latin America and programs relating to the Soviet Union. Flannery announces that the broadcast was from Director Murrow's office in the USIA headquarters in Washington, D.C. Accession MR-1972-096-015.
John H. Sharon Personal Papers
Records (RG306), 1949-1965 (bulk 1961-1964). Microfilm copies of news clippings, articles, reports, speeches, news releases, photographs, the chronological correspondence file of Director Edward R. Murrow, and records from the Voice of America. Hard copies consist of memoranda, telegrams, news releases, teletype messages, condolence mail, and foreign press coverage of President Kennedy's assassination.