This might be of interest to you. Have you heard it?
> In 1969, Lindbergh, then 67, and Gurney, 64, met in the Gurneys' California home. While Gurney's wife, Hilda, puttered in the kitchen and the tape recorder spun, Lindbergh interviewed Gurney. It may be the only time Lindbergh was on the opposite end of a microphone.
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Anyway, it is a wonderful recording and I digitized it for the Gurney
family and they were planning on depositing a copy with the Air and
Space Museum. I don't know if that ever happened.
The tape runs about 1.5 hours, according to the article.
On 10/20/2016 16:58, Dan Gediman wrote:
> Might any of you know if there were ever any recordings made of Charles Lindbergh speeches in the late 30s/early 40s that were not broadcast by a major radio network e.g. speeches only covered by local radio, recordings made directly by the America First organization for promotional purposes, etc.
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> Many thanks!
> Dan Gediman
> The Home Front: Life in America During WWII
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Quality tape transfers -- even from hard-to-play tapes.