Sadler, Harley 1940

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This tape consists of a series of four 15 minute radio programs promoting the campaign of Jerry Sadler, Harley’s cousin, for Governor of Texas.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Harley Sadler

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: 1940

Location: None Given

Interviewer: Radio Campaign Promotion

Length: 1 hour


Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Introduction: "Vote for Jerry Sadler", Governorship of Texas, Kermit Wayland: "Little Girl Dressed in Blue", Lou Cherie: "Cattle Call", Jerry Sadler’s "Program for Young Folks", Expansion of vocational education, Leon Huff: "My Buddy", Sign-off: "Vote for Jerry Sadler", Introduction: "Vote for Jerry Sadler", Lou Cherie: "Old Gray Mare", Conditions of the state, Sales tax, Tax on ability to pay, Leon Huff: "Sweetheart Aloha", Sign-off: "Vote for Jerry Sadler".

Tape 1, Side 2: Introduction: "Vote for Jerry Sadler", Leon Huff: "Cowboy Heaven," "Back to Old Smoky Mountain", Jerry Sadler’s platform, Lou Cherie: "Just Partners", Sign-off: "Vote for Jerry Sadler", Introduction: "Vote for Jerry Sadler", Leon Huff: "Blue Eyes", Lou Cherie: "Daisy Mae", Speech supporting Jerry Sadler, Leon Huff: "Old Rocking Chair", Appeal to elect Jerry Sadler, Sign-off: "Vote for Jerry Sadler".

Range Dates: 1940

Bulk Dates: 1940


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