CDR copy; FW-ASCH-10RR-0019 contains excerpts from the radio show Jewish American Caravan of Stars, broadcast over WMGM and directed and produced by Sholom Rubenstein. Although the year of this broadcast is not identified, the date of another tape of this show in the Archive (FW-ASCH-10RR-0017) is late 1960. The month of the current broadcast is February, since the show was broadcast during the week of George Washington's birthday, which the show partially relates to. The featured singer is opera singer Florence Wyman who sings three songs, in English, Yiddish and Italian (opera). Short stories are included.
Recorded in: United States, New York, February, 1960.
Table of contents:
Why oh why should it be--Horowitz-Margaretin Sacrimental grape juice ad--One fine day--Yesterday--Kirsch soda ad--The story of the Liberty Bell--Story about the Cedars of Lebanon
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