Listen to historic audio clips of interviews and radio broadcasts concerning service in WWII, desegregation, recycling, and baseball.
1) Radio Program on Station WILM about civil rights, Mrs. Jean Jamison of the NAACP speaking, February 6, 1949
WILM-civilrights_020649.mp3 (924 kb)
2) A clip of Senator Foltz, addressing negro rights to housing legislation; 1967
foltz_negro housing rights.mp3 (385 kb)
3) Senator Herman Holloway speaking to HB 23, establishing a Martin Luther King Holiday in Delaware
mlk_070184_holloway.mp3 (484 kb)
4) Interview with Charles and James Allen of Wilmington Delaware about their experience in WWII; Rome, Italy 04/19/1945
5) Congressman Caleb J. Boggs Memorial Day speech in Washington DC; May 27 1947
1947_Congressman Boggs_Memorial Day Speech.mp3
6) Governor Bacon addresses the opening session of the 115th General Assembly.
1949_Joint Session_Carvel_Gov Bacon.mp3
7) Short clip from a series of recordings covering the Milford Desegregation issue, and the NAAWP. This clip is from a rally, location not apparent.
1954_Milford Deseg crisis tape 3.mp3
8) The Delaware Music Camp 1961 Concert, vocal, 4th stanza
1964_Our Delaware_DE Music Camp.mp3
9) Short clip of Legislative debate on HB 688, 130th General Assembly related to Reclamation and Recycling of Beverage Containers.
1980_debate on HB 688 The Bottle Bill.mp3
10) Interview of former Governor Carvel by former Senator Roger Martin on voting problems.
1996_Carvel Interview_on voting issues.mp3
11) Interview of former Governor Carvel by former Senator Roger Martin related to Carvel’s working relationship with Governor Bacon when Carvel was Lt. Governor.
1996 Carvel interview_relationship w Governor Bacon.mp3
12) Bill Campell in Wilmington interviewing Bob Carpenter about the Phillies Baseball Team
Ca.1949_Phillies_Bob Carpenter Interview.mp3
13) Itsy, Bitsy Delaware
Sung by Shields Elementary (Lewes) school children, these lyrics were written in 2003 for the Delaware Day Competition.