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Full title: SR227b [More News reports about Muskie response to Loeb] Date: 1972 Length: 4 min., 5 sec. Format: 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, mono. Content: Reporters: Sam Donaldson, Gary Cutley, Douglas Kiker, Bernard Shaw; Speaker: Edmund S. Muskie, William Loeb. Broadcast Febrary 26, 1972. News reports about Senator Muskie's response to newspaper publisher William Loeb, who published a letter alleging Muskie was prejudiced against French-Americans, and referred to Mrs. Muskie as "Sweet Daddy's Jane."

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1972-02-26
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Full title: SR227a [News reports about Muskie response to Loeb] Date: 1972 Length: 13 min., 53 sec. Format: 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, mono. Content: Reporters: Sam Donaldson, Gary Cutley, Douglas Kiker, Bernard Shaw; Speaker: Edmund S. Muskie, William Loeb. Broadcast Febrary 26, 1972. News reports about Senator Muskie's response to newspaper publisher William Loeb, who published a letter alleging Muskie was prejudiced against French-Americans, and referred to Mrs. Muskie as "Sweet Daddy's Jane." Also

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1972-02-26
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Full title: SR345 [Muskie on bill to provide interpreters in court proceedings] Date: 1975 Length: 1 min., 20 sec. Format: 7 1/2 ips, 2 track, mono. Content: Introduction by: unidentified; Speaker: Edmund S. Muskie. Recorded in August 1975. Sound bite or "beeper" in which Senator Muskie discusses his bill to provide interpreters to non-English speakers involved in federal court proceedings. Introduction in French. From the Collection: This series consists of three subseries organized by format -

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1975-08
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Full title: SC1191 [Speech] Length: 12 min. 5 sec. Location: Lewiston, Me. Date: Unknown. Content: Muskie speaks on Franco-Americans, John Chamberlain, Violette, Dubois, Lessard (minorities in government), prime minister of Canada, Sir Wilfred Laurier, Kennedy. Audio quality: Good. From the Collection: This series consists of three subseries organized by format - cassette tapes, open-reel tapes and phonograph records. The contents are similar in that they consist of recordings of Muskie's

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