First televised Speech from the White House, Sunday, October 5, 1947

96-99 (untitled)
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8x10 inches (21x26 cm)
Black & White
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Food Conservation Program; Truman - Addresses - Radio - T. V. - General File

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The first televised address was made at the White House, Sunday, October 5, 1947. President Harry S. Truman (left) urged the people to save food for Europe. Charles Luckman, Chairman of the Citizen's Food Committee, stands at right. From: Charles Ross Papers, 12x18 Metal Album.
October 5, 1947