You can also search their catalog (Magic 2). I did an author search on
George Wallace and found several sound recordings from 1963, but I can't
tell if the one you want is inclded.
For those of you who are interested, there's an article on the "National
Gallery of the Spoken Word" in this month's issue of D-lib Magazine:
The goal is to create a web-based digital library of spoken word sound
recordings that are in the public domain. Sounds good to me... -- Kris
On Thu, 16 Nov 2000, David Horvath wrote:
> We have a faculty member teaching the history of political discourse.
> We're looking for a audio or video copy of George Wallace's January 14,
> 1963 Inaugural Address.."segregation today...segregation
> tomorrow...segregation forever". Any ideas?
> Thanks, in advance.
> David Horvath
> Ekstrom Library
> Media and Periodicals
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