Radio Memories

Meet The Press (MP3)


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MP300219
Meet The Press (Vol. 1)
  11/20/47 # 3 Representative Harold Knutson (R) Minnesota
  11/27/47 # 4 Senator Claude Pepper (D) Florida
  12/04/47 # 5 Senator Robert A. Taft (R) Ohio
  09/19/48 Maj. General Louis B. Hershey – Director Of Selective Service
  09/26/48 Vivian Kellems - Industrialist
  10/03/48 Lt. General Leslie Groves – Involved With Atomic Bomb Testing
  10/10/48 Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (R) Massachusetts
  10/17/48 Senator J. (James) Howard McGrath (D) Rhode Island
  10/24/48 Representative Fred A Hartley, Jr. (R) New Jersey
  10/31/48 Representative Hugh D. Scott, Jr. (R) Pennsylvania
  11/07/48 Honorable James A Farley
 
MP300220
Meet The Press (Vol. 2)
  11/14/48 Dr. George H. Gallup – Founder Of The Gallup Poll
  11/21/48 Senator Elect Clinton P Anderson (D) New Mexico (Ending Clipped)
  11/28/48 Governor Alfred E. Driscoll (R) New Jersey
  12/05/48 (Missing)
  12/12/48 Menachem Begin of Israel
  12/19/48 (Missing)
  12/26/48 Senator Elect (Carey) Estes Kefauver (D) Tennessee
  01/02/49 King Peter - Exiled Monarch Of Yugoslavia
  01/09/49 Senator Raymond Baldwin (R) Connecticut
  01/16/49 Mr. Clarence Streit – President Of Federal Union (Closing Clipped)
  01/23/49 R. W. G. MacKay - Labour, Member of Parliament
 
MP300221
Meet The Press (Vol. 3)
  01/30/49 Representative John W. McCormack (D) Massachusetts, House Majority Leader
  02/06/49 Senator Warren G. Magnuson (D) Washington
  02/13/49 Mr. Eric Johnston - President Of Motion Picture Association Of America, Diplomat
  02/20/49 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey (D) Minnesota (No Close)
  02/23/49 Maurice J. Tobin – Secretary Of Labor
  03/02/49 (Missing)
  03/09/49 Senator Claude Pepper (D) Florida
  03/16/49 Leon Keyerling - Vice Chairman, Council Of Economic Advisors
  03/23/49 Herbert U. Nelson - Executive Vice President of The National Association
                    Of Real Estate Boards (VG+) (End Clipped)
  03/30/49 Ernst Reuter – The Lord Mayor Of West Berlin, Germany (End Clipped) (20:54)
  04/20/49 Earl Browder – Former Head Of The Communist Party Of The United States
 
MP300222
Meet The Press (Vol. 4)
  04/27/49 (Missing)
  05/04/49 Senator William E. Jenner (R) Indiana (No Open)
  05/11/49 Senator Brian McMahon (D) Connecticut
                         - Chairman Of The Joint Committee On Atomic Energy
  05/18/49 Senator George W. Malone (R) Nevada
  05/25/49 (Theodore) Ted Thackery - Editor Publisher Of "The Compass," And
                         Former Editor Of The New York Post
  06/01/49 Senator William Knowland (R) California - Member Of
                         The Joint Committee On Atomic Energy
  06/08/49 Hans Friestadt – University Of North Carolina
  06/15/49 Henry Kaiser - Industrialist
  06/22/49 (Missing)
  06/29/49 Senator Millart Tydings (D) Maryland – Chairman Of The Senate Armed Services
                         Committee
  07/06/49 Senator Ralph Flanders (R) Vermont
 
MP300223
Meet The Press (Vol. 5)
  07/13/49 (Missing)
  07/18/49 Gordon Gray - Secretary Of The Army, Director Of The Psychological Testing Board
                         (No Close)
  07/25/49 State Representative Phillip Willkie (R) Indiana - Assistant To The Chairmain
                         Of The Republican Senatorial Committee (No Close)
  08/01/49 Phillip D Reed - Chairman Of The Board Of General Electric,
                         President Of The International Chamber Of Commerce
  08/08/49 Senator Kenneth S. Wherry (R) Nebraska – Minority Leader Of The Senate (No Close)
  08/15/49 General Patrick Hurley, U. S. Army, former Secretary Of War,
                         U. S. Ambassador to China (No Close)
  08/22/49 Dr George F Lull - General Manager, The American Medical Association (No Close)
  08/29/49 Senator Joseph McCarthy (R) Wisconsin (No Open)
  09/05/49 James B. Carey - Secretary-Treasurer of The C. I. O.
  09/10/49 John W.C. Wand - The Lord Bishop Of London (No Close)
  09/17/49 (Missing)
 
MP300224
Meet The Press (Vol. 6)
  09/24/49 Senator Paul H. Douglas (D) Illinois
  10/01/49 Captain John G. Crommelin - "The Greatest Flyer In The Navy"
  10/08/49 Herman Steinkrauss - President, The U. S. Chamber Of Commerce,
                         Head Of The Bridgeport Brass Company
  10/15/49 Sir Hartley Shawcross - Attorney General Of The United Kingdom, British Delegate
                         To The Forth Session Of The United Nations General Assembly
  10/22/49 Admiral William H. P. Blandy - U. S. Navy, Commander-In-Chief Of
                         The Atlantic Fleet, In Charge Of Post-War Atomic Tests
  10/29/49 Senator James P Kem (R) Missouri
  11/05/49 Hector McNeil - Head Of The British Delegation To The United Nations,
                         Minister Of State In The British Labor Government (1st Half Only) (16:56)
  11/12/49 Sava Kosanović - Yugoslavia's Ambassador To The United States
  11/19/49 Admiral Oscar Badger - U. S. Navy, Commander Of Naval Forces
                         In The Western Pacific
  11/26/49 Representative Walter Judd (R) Minnesota
  12/03/49 General J. Lawton Collins – Army Chief Of Staff
 
MP300225
Meet The Press (Vol. 7)
  12/10/49 Mrs. India Edwards - Executive Director, Women's Division,
                         Democratic National Committee
  12/17/49 Representative Edna Kelly (D) Brooklyn, New York
  12/24/49 Senator Joseph O'Mahoney (D) Wyoming
  12/31/49 Senator Scott Lucas (D) Illinois, Democratic Leader
  01/07/50 Senator Owen Brewster (R) Maine – Chairman Of The Senate Republican
                         Campaign Committee
  01/14/50 Senator H. Alexander Smith (R) New Jersey
  01/21/50 Senator Warren G. Magnuson (D) Washington
  01/28/50 Francis Matthews - Secretary Of The Navy
  02/04/50 Clark Clifford - Special Counsel To The President
  02/11/50 Mrs. J. (Julius) Waites Waring - Charleston, South Carolina,
                         Who "Vigorously Attacked" White Supremacy
  02/18/50 Senator Richard Russell, Jr. (D) Georgia
 
MP300226
Meet The Press (Vol. 8)
  02/26/50 Senator Henry Cabot Lodge (R) Massachusetts
  03/05/50 Senator Clinton Anderson (D) New Mexico
  03/12/50 Senator Homer Ferguson (R) Michigan
  04/02/50 (Missing)
  04/09/50 Admiral Louis Strauss - Chairman Of The Atomic Energy Commission
  04/16/50 Charles F. Brannan - Secretary Of Agriculture
  04/23/50 (Missing)
  04/30/50 Admiral Forrest Sherman - Chief Of Naval Operations
  05/07/50 Representative Emanuel Celler (D) New York – Chairman Of The Subcommittee
                         Investigating Monopolies
  05/14/50 Edwin Johnson (Missing)
  05/21/50 Frank Bielaski - Former Member Of The O. S. S.
 
MP300227
Meet The Press (Vol. 9)
  05/28/50 Senator Robert A Taft (R) Ohio – Chairman Of The Senate Republican
                         Policy Committee
  06/04/50 Paul J Larsen – Director, Office Of Civilian Mobilization
                         - Former Director Of The A-Bomb Testing Laboratory
  06/11/50 Senator (Joseph) Lister Hill (D) Alabama - Co-Author Of The TVA Act
  06/18/50 (Missing)
  06/25/50 Edward Morgan - Chief Counsel, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: Investigating
                         Senator McCarthy's Charges Of Communism In The State Department
  07/02/50 Senator Joseph McCarthy (R) Wisconsin (Missing)
  07/09/50 Senator Theodore F Green (D) Rhode Island - Member Of The Senate Foreign
                         Relations Committee; Investigating Senator McCarthy's Charge Of
                         Communists In The State Department (No Close)
  07/16/50 Senator (James O’Brien) Brian McMahon (D) Connecticut - Referred To As "Brian
                         McMahon."  Member Of The Tydings Committee Investigating Charges Of
                         Communism In The State Department And Chairman Of The
                         Joint Atomic Energy Committee
  07/23/50 Senator William Benton (D) Connecticut - Formerly In Charge Of
                         The Voice Of America (At 15:03 Skip) (No Close)
                         (Program Begins With 1 Minutes Of Korean War News)
  07/30/50 General David Sarnoff – Chairman Of The Board Of R.C.A.: He Recently Proposed
                         200 Radio Stations In A Ring Around Russia, To Counter
                         Communist Propaganda (No Close)
  08/06/50 Senator Karl E. Mundt (R) South Dakota - Co-sponsored A Bill To Require
                         Communists In The U. S. To Register With The Government
                         (Program Begins With 1 Minutes Of Korean War News)
 
MP300228
Meet The Press (Vol. 10)
  08/13/50 Commander George Craig - National Commander Of The American Legion, Which
                         Is In Favor Of Universal Military Training
  08/20/50 James Roosevelt – Eldest Son Of F.D.R. And Democratic Candidate For
                         Governor Of California
  08/27/50 (Missing)
  09/03/50 Reverend Bill Alexander - Pastor Who Won The Republican Nomination For
                         U. S. Senator From Oklahoma
  09/10/50 Senator John Sparkman (D) Alabama – U.S. Delegate To The United Nations
  09/17/50 Senator George Malone (R) Nevada
  09/24/50 General Louis B. Hershey - Army, Director Of The Selective Service System
  10/01/50 Major Alexander de Seversky – U.S. Air Force (No Open)
  10/08/50 Senator Joseph McCarthy (R) Wisconsin
  10/15/50 Governor Thomas E. Dewey (R) New York
  10/22/50 Senator Clinton Anderson (D) New Mexico
 
MP300229
Meet The Press (Vol. 11)
  10/29/50 Governor Harold E. Stassen (R) Minnesota
  11/05/50 Paul Griffith - Assistant Secretary Of Defense
  11/12/50 Senator Estes Kefauver (D) Tennessee
  11/19/50 Dr. Tingfu F. Tsiang - Chairman Of The Republic Of China's Delegation
                         To The United Nations (No Close)
  11/26/50 Francis Myers – Former Senator (D) Pennsylvania
  12/03/50 Senator Wayne Morse (R) Oregon
  12/10/50 Leon H Keyserling - Chairman Of The President’s Council Of Economic Advisors
  12/17/50 Secretary Charles W. Sawyer - Secretary Of Commerce
  12/24/50 Senator Paul Douglas (D) Illinois
  12/31/50 Madam Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit - India's Ambassador To The United States
  01/07/51 (Missing)
 
MP300230
Meet The Press (Vol. 12)
  01/14/51 Harold E. Stassen, President of The University Of Pennsylvania
  01/21/51 W. Stuart Symington, Chairman Of The National Securities Resources Board
  01/28/51 Vi Kyuin Wellington Koo, Chinese Ambassador To The United States
  02/04/51 Senator Henry Styles Bridges, (R) New Hampshire
  02/11/51 Governor Thomas E. Dewey, (R) New York (No Close)
  02/18/51 Governor Millard F. Caldwell, Administrator Of Civil Defense (No Close)
  02/25/51 Senator James William Fulbright, (D) Arkansas (No Open / Close)
  03/04/51 Mayor Ernest Reuter, West Berlin, Germany (No Open / Close)
  03/11/51 (Missing)
  03/18/51 Seán McBride, Foreign Minister Of Ireland
  03/25/51 Senator Charles W. Tobey, (R) New Hampshire
 
MP300231
Meet The Press (Vol. 13)
  04/01/51 Senator Estes Kefauver, (D) Tennessee
  04/08/51 Senator James H Duff, (R) Pennsylvania
  04/15/51 Lady Nancy Astor, First Woman To Sit In The British House Of Commons
                             (1st Half Only)
  04/22/51 Senator Everett Dirksen, (R) Illinois (VG+) (Close Clipped)
  04/29/51 Rudolph Halley, Chief Counsel Of The Senate Crime Investigation Committee
  05/06/51 Senator Blair Moody, (D) Michigan (Close Clipped)
  05/13/51 Senator Paul Douglas, (D) Illinois
  05/20/51 Michael V. DiSalle, Director Of Price Stabilization (Close Clipped)
Twice a week (Sunday & Tuesday)
  05/27/51 Senator Robert A Taft, (R) Ohio (Close Clipped)
  05/29/51 Senator John J. Sparkman, (D) Alabama (Close Clipped)
  06/03/51 (Missing)
 
MP300232
Meet The Press (Vol. 14)
  06/05/51 (Missing)
  06/10/51 Frieda Hennock, F.C.C. Commissioner (Open Clipped)
  06/12/51 (Missing)
  06/17/51 Charles E. Wilson, Director Of Defense Mobilization
  06/19/51 General Patrick Hurley, U.S. Army (Close Clipped)
  06/24/51 John Foster Dulles, Ambassador-At-Large
  06/26/51 Senator Robert S. Kerr, (D) Oklahoma
  07/01/51 David Lilienthal, Former Chairman Of The Atomic Energy Commission
  07/03/51 Eric Johnston, Director Of Economic Stabilization
  07/08/51 Thomas K. Finletter, Secretary Of The Air Force
  07/10/51 Senator Styles Bridges, (R) New Hampshire
 
MP300233
Meet The Press (Vol. 15)
  07/15/51 John L. Lewis, President Of The United Mine Workers Of America (Missing)
  07/17/51 Senator Clyde R. Hoey, (D) North Carolina, Member of the Senator Finance Committee
  07/22/51 Wellington Koo, Chinese Ambassador To The United States
  07/24/51 Frank Paco, Secretary Of The Army
  07/29/51 (Missing)
  07/31/51 Francis P. Matthews, Former Secretary Of The Navy
  08/05/51 Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., (R) Massachusetts
  08/07/51 (Missing)
  08/12/51 Senator Harry Cain, (R) Washington (End Clipped)
  08/14/51 Senator Paul Douglas, (D) Illinois
  08/19/51 Carlisle Homelaine, Head of Security at the State Department
 
MP300234
Meet The Press (Vol. 16)
  08/21/51 Alben W. Barkley, Vice President Of The United States
  08/26/51 Senator Leverett H. Saltonstall, (R) Massachusetts
  08/28/51 Senator Brian McMahon, (D) Connecticut
  09/02/51 Anthony Eden, Former Foreign Minister of Great Britain
  09/04/51 Sir Gladwyn Jebb, United Nations Ambassador from the United Kingdom
  09/09/51 Hugh Gaitskell, Chancellor of the Exchequer of Great Britain
  09/11/51 Senator Everett M. Dirksen, (R) Illinois
  09/16/51 (Missing)
  09/18/51 (Missing)
  09/23/51 Dan A. Kimball, Secretary Of The Navy (End Clipped)
  09/25/51 (Missing)
 
MP300235
Meet The Press (Vol. 17)
  09/30/51 Guy Gabrielson, Chairman Of The Republican National Committee
  10/02/51 Henry F. Grady, Recent Ambassador to Iran
Once A Week Sunday   
  10/07/51 Senator Robert A. Taft, (R) Ohio
  10/14/51 Governor Thomas E. Dewey, (R) New York
  10/21/51 Dr. Philip R. Jessop, Ambassador At Large
  10/28/51 (Missing)
  11/04/51 Harold L. Stassen, Former Governor of Minnesota
  11/11/51 John B. Dunlap, Commissioner of the I.R.S.
  11/18/51 Senator Edwin C. Johnson, (D) Colorado
  11/25/51 Abdul Rahim, Egyptian Ambassador
  12/02/51 Congressman John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
 
MP300236
Meet The Press (Vol. 18)
  12/09/51 Henry Cabot Lodge, Campaign Manager for the Eisenhower For President
  12/16/51 Senator Guy Gillette, (D) Iowa (Missing)
  12/23/51 General J. Lawton Collins, U.S. Army Chief-of-Staff
  12/30/51 Senator Alexander Smith, (R) New Jersey
  01/06/52 Harold Stassen, Republican Candidate for President
  01/13/52 Leon Keyserling, Chairman of the Presidents Economic Council
  01/20/52 Senator Robert A. Taft, (R) Ohio (Close Clipped)
  01/27/52 W. Avenell Harriman, Chairman of the Council of N.A.T.O.
  02/03/52 Senator Burnet Maybank, (D) South Carolina
  02/10/52 John Foster Dulles, Architect of the Japanese Peace Treaty
  02/17/52 Senator Homer Ferguson, (R) Michigan (Close Clipped)
 
MP300237
Meet The Press (Vol. 19)
  02/24/52 Ellis Arnall, Director of The Office Of Price Stabilization (Close Clipped)
  03/02/52 Newbold Morris, U.S. Government Corruption Investigator (Close Clipped)
  03/09/52 Senator Robert A. Taft, (R) Ohio (Slight Rough Start)
  03/16/52 Senator Richard Russell, (D) Georgia (End Clipped)
  03/23/52 Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, (R) Massachusetts
                             National Campaign Manager for General Eisenhower
  03/30/52 (Missing)
  04/06/52 Frank E. McKinney, Chairman of the Democratic Committee
  04/13/52 (Missing)
  04/20/52 Charles W. Sawyer, Secretary Of Commerce
  04/27/52 Thomas K. Finletter, Secretary Of The U.S. Air Force
  05/04/52 Congressman Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., (D) New York
 
MP300238
Meet The Press (Vol. 20)
  05/11/52 Governor Thomas E. Dewey, (R) New York
  05/18/52 Senator Estes Kefauver, (D) Tennessee
  05/25/52 Governor Paul Dever, (D) Massachusetts (Open Clipped)
  06/01/52 W. Averill Harriman, Mutual Security Administrator
  06/08/52 Senator Harry F. Byrd, (D) Virginia (Missing)
  06/15/52 Senator Wayne Morse, (R) Oregon
  06/22/52 Robert Kerr (Missing)
  06/29/52 Senator Robert A. Taft, (R) Ohio (Missing)
  07/06/52 Governor Harold Stassen, (R) Minnesota, Governor Earl Warren, (D) (R) California,
                             John D. M. Hamilton & Senator James Duff, (R) Pennsylvania (Open Clipped)
  07/13/52 (Missing)
  07/20/52 Averell Harriman, Robert Kerr, Estes Kefauver, Richard Russell (Missing)
 
MP300239
Meet The Press (Vol. 21)
  07/27/52 Sir Gladwyn Jebb, Permanent United Kingdom Representative to the U.N.
                             (Slightly rough opening)
  08/03/52 Senator A.S. Mike Monroney, (D) Oklahoma
  08/10/52 Senator John J. Sparkman, (D) Alabama (Missing)
  08/17/52 Ellis Arnall, Head of Office Of Price Stabilization (Open Clipped)
  08/24/52 Senator William Benton, (D) Connecticut
  08/31/52 Senator James H. Duff, (R) Pennsylvania (Missing)
  09/07/52 Frank Pace, Secretary Of The Army (Missing)
  09/14/52 Senator Richard Nixon, (R) California
  09/21/52 Governor Herman Talmadge, (D) Georgia (Missing)
  09/28/52 Senator George W. Malone, (R) Nevada
  10/05/52 Jacob N. Harvey (Missing)
 
MP300240
Meet The Press (Vol. 22)
  10/12/52 Arthur Summerfield, Sr., Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  11/02/52 Oscar E. Chapman, Secretary Of The Interior
                             and Governor Thomas E. Dewey, (R) New York (No Close)
  11/09/52 Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
  11/16/52 Lester B. Pearson, President Of The United Nations Assembly
  11/23/52 Thomas K. Finletter, Secretary Of The Air Force
  11/30/52 Dr. Harold C. Urey, One of the developers of the Atomic Bomb (No Close)
  12/07/52 George Yeh, Foreign Minister of the Republic Of China
  12/14/52 Anna Rosenberg, Assistant Secretary Of Defense
  12/21/52 Senator Herman Walker, (R) Idaho
  12/28/52 Senator Styles Bridges, (R) New Hampshire
  01/04/53 Congressman Charles A. Halleck, Majority Leader Of The House Of Representative
 
MP300241
Meet The Press (Vol. 23)
  01/11/53 Senator Robert A. Taft, Senate Majority Leader, (R) Ohio
  01/18/53 Attorney General James McGranery
  01/25/53 Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, (R) Wisconsin (Missing)
  02/01/53 You Chan Yang, Ambassador from Korea
  02/08/53 George V. Allen, United States Ambassador to Yugoslavia
  02/15/53 Senator Russell B. Long, (D) Louisiana
  02/22/53 Harold E. Stassen, Mutual Security Administrator
  03/01/53 Wesley Roberts, Chairman of The Republican National Committee
  03/08/53 Val Peterson, Civil Defense Director
  03/15/53 Stephen D. Mitchell, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
  03/22/53 Ernst Reuter, Mayor of West Berlin
 
MP300242
Meet The Press (Vol. 24)
  03/29/53 Walter P. Reuther, President of the C.I.O. (Missing)
  04/05/53 Douglas McKay, Secretary Of The Interior
  04/12/53 Senator Price Daniel, (D) Texas
  04/19/53 Carlos P. Romulo, Ambassador from the Philippines
  04/26/53 Senator Clinton P. Anderson, (D) New Mexico
  05/03/53 Roy M. Cohn, Chief Investigator on the Senator Permanent Investigation
                             Sub-Committee (Slight echo at start)
  05/10/53 Senator Wayne Morse, (I) Oregon (Slight echo at start)
  05/17/53 James A. Wechsler, Editor of the New York Post
  05/24/53 George M. Humphrey, Secretary of the Treasury
  05/31/53 Dr. You Chan Yang, Korean Ambassador to the United States
  06/07/53 Jean Monnet, President of the High Authority of European Coal And Steel Foundation
 
MP300243
Meet The Press (Vol. 25)
  06/14/53 Senator Homer Ferguson, (R) Michigan
  06/21/53 Senator Stuart W. Symington, (D) Missouri
  06/28/53 Gordon Dean, Retiring Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission
  07/05/53 Senator William F. Knowland, (R) California
  07/12/53 Senator Mike Mansfield, (D) Montana
  07/19/53 Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, (R) Wisconsin (No Close)
  07/26/53 Arthur E. Summerfield, Postmaster General (No Close)
  08/02/53 Senator John L. McClellan, (D) Missouri (No Close)
  08/09/53 Senator James H. Duff, (R) Pennsylvania (No Close)
  08/16/53 Walter S. Robertson, Assistant Secretary Of State (No Close)
  08/23/53 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Chief of the Delegation to the United Nations
 
MP300244
Meet The Press (Vol. 26)
  08/30/53 Dr. You Chan Yang, Korean Ambassador (No Close)
  09/06/53 Stephen A. Mitchell, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (No Close)
  09/13/53 George Meany, President of the A.F.L. (Missing )
  09/20/53 Senator Homer Ferguson, (R) Michigan (No Close)
  09/27/53 Senator Richard B. Russell, (D) Georgia (No Close)
  10/04/53 Representative W. Sterling Cole, (R) New York (No Close)
  10/11/53 General Alfred M. Gruenther, Supreme Commander Europe (No Close)
  10/18/53 Leo Mates, Ambassador From Yugoslavia to the United Nations (No Close)
  10/25/53 Leonard W. Hall, Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  11/01/53 Senator George D. Aiken, (R) Vermont
  11/08/53 General William F. Dean (No Open / Close)
 
MP300245
Meet The Press (Vol. 27)
  11/15/53 P. Lamarr Caudillo, Head of the Criminal Division of the Department Of Justice (No Close)
  11/22/53 Robert Morris, Chief Council for the Senate Internal Security Committee
  11/29/53 Clayton Fritchey, Deputy Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
  12/06/53 Elizabeth Bentley, American Spy (Defected from Soviet Union) (Missing)
  12/13/53 Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, (R) Wisconsin
  12/20/53 Professor Norman Ramsey, Harvard University
  12/27/53 Harold Stassen, Director of the Foreign Operations Administration (No Close)
  01/03/54 General J. Lawton Collins, U.S. Military Representative to N.A.T.O.
  01/10/54 Senator William F. Knowland, (R) California
  01/17/54 Senator Paul H. Douglas, (D) Illinois
  01/24/54 George M. Humphrey, Secretary of the Treasury (End Cut)
 
MP300246
Meet The Press (Vol. 28)
  01/31/54 Senator John Bricker, (R) Ohio
  02/07/54 Leonard Hall, Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  02/14/54 Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts (No Close)
  02/21/54 Dr. Clarence Manion, Chairman of the Commission on Internal Governmental Relations
  02/28/54 Representative Martin Dies, (D) Texas (Missing)
  03/07/54 T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner of the I.R.S. (Missing)
  03/14/54 Roy Cohn, Chief Council for the Senate Investigating Committee
  03/21/54 T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner of the I.R.S.
  03/28/54 Ezra T. Benson, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (Missing)
  04/04/54 Senator Karl E. Mundt, (R) South Dakota
  04/11/54 Eleanor Roosevelt, Former First Lady
 
MP300247
Meet The Press (Vol. 29)
  04/18/54 Albert M. Cole, Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency
  04/25/54 Governor G. Mennen Williams, (D) Michigan (Missing)
  05/02/54 Stephen Mitchell, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
  05/09/54 John L. Lewis, Mining Labor Leader (Missing)
  05/16/54 Homer Ferguson (Missing)
  05/23/54 William White, Robert R. Young (Missing)
  05/30/54 Guy M. Gillette (Missing)
  06/06/54 Herman Talmadge (Missing)
  06/13/54 Senator Ralph M. Flanders, (R) Vermont
  06/20/54 Mr. Ray H. Jenkins, Special Council To The Senator Investigating Sub-Committee
  06/27/54 George H. Humphrey (Missing)
 
MP300248
Meet The Press (Vol. 30)
  07/04/54 Harold C. McLellan (Missing)
  07/11/54 Herbert Brownell (Missing)
  07/18/54 T.W. Fulbright (Missing)
  07/25/54 Senator Homer E. Capeheart (R) Indiana
  08/01/54 Senator William F. Knowland (R) California
  08/08/54 Senator H. Alexander Smith (R) New Jeresey
  08/15/54 Senator Albert Gore (D) Tennessee
  08/22/54 Senator Wayne Morse (I) Oregon (No Close)
  08/29/54 Mr. Stephen A. Mitchell, Chairman Of The Democratic National Committee
  09/05/54 Mr. George Meany, President Of The American Federation Of Labor (Close Clipped)
  09/12/54 Mr. Harold E. Talbot, Secretary Of The Air Force (No Close)
 
MP300249
Meet The Press (Vol. 31)
  09/19/54 Mr. (Admiral) Lewis L. Strauss, Chairman Of The Atomic Commission
  09/26/54 Richard Austen Butler, British Chancellor Of The Exchequer
  10/03/54 Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (D) (WI)
  10/10/54 Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. to the United Nations
  10/17/54 Mr. Walter Reuther, President of The CIO - UAW (Close Clipped)
  10/24/54 Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, First Secretary Of The Department Of Health, Education
                             and Welfare (Skips at start)
  10/31/54 Senator Paul H. Douglas (D Illinois, and Joseph Meet
  11/07/54 Senator Everett M. Dirkson (R) Illinois
  11/14/54 Senator Samuel J. Ervin, Jr. (D) North Carolina
  11/21/54 Pierre Mendès, French Premier and Foreign Minster
  11/28/54 Senator Arthur V. Watkins (R) Utah
 
MP300250
Meet The Press (Vol. 32)
  12/05/54 Edgar H. Dixon, President of Middle South Utilities & Eugene A. Yates,
                             Chairman of Southern Company
  12/12/54 H. Anthony Nutting, British Chief Delegate to the United Nations
  12/19/54 George K.C. Yeh, Foreign Minister of Nationalist China
  12/26/54 Mr. Fred A. Seaton, Assistant Secretary Of Defense
  01/02/55 Senator Wayne Morse (I) Oregon
  01/09/55 Senator William J. Knowland (R) California
  01/16/55 Senator John L. McClelland (D) Arkansas
  01/23/55 George M. Humphrey, Secretary Of The U.S. Treasury
  01/30/55 General J. Lawton Collins, U.S. Army
  02/06/55 Senator Clinton P. Anderson (D) New Mexico
  02/13/55 Paul M. Butler, Chairman Of The Democratic National Committee
 
MP300251
Meet The Press (Vol. 33)
  02/20/55 Val Peterson, Head Of The Civil Defense Administration
  02/27/55 Senator Barry Goldwater (R) Arizonia
  03/06/55 Billy Graham, Evangelist
  03/13/55 Senator Robert S. Kerr, (D) Oklahoma (No Close)
  03/20/55 Senator Walter J. George (D) Georgia (No Close)
  03/27/55 Senator Styles Bridges, (R) New Hamshire (No Close)
  04/03/55 Mario Scelba, Prime Minister of Italy and Gaetano Martino, The Italian Minister Of
                             Foreign Affairs
  04/10/55 Louis Wolfson, Wall Street Financier
  04/17/55 James P. Mitchell, Secretary Of Labor
  04/24/55 Senator Stuart Symington (D) Missouri (No Close)
  05/01/55 Governor William Averell Herriman (D) New York (No Close)
 
MP300252
Meet The Press (Vol. 34)
  05/08/55 General Carlos P. Romulo, Ambassador (Close Clipped)
  05/15/55 Dr. Heinz Krekeler, Ambassador From Germany (No Close)
                             (Full name: Dr. Heinrich Ludwig Hermann Krekeler)
  05/22/55 Leo Mates, Ambassador From Yugoslavia (No Close)
  05/29/55 Senator H. Alexander Smith (R) New Jersey (No Close)
  06/05/55 Dr. Leonard A. Schule, Surgeon General Of The Public Health Service (No Close)
  06/12/55 James B. Conant, U.S. Ambassador to West Germany (No Close)
  06/19/55 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., United States Chief Delegate to the United Nations (No Close)
  06/26/55 Governor Harold E. Stassen, (R) Minnesota, Secretary Of Peace – Director Foreign
                             Operations Administration (No Close)
  07/03/55 Carmine C. DeSapio, (D) Head of Tammany Hall
  07/10/55 Estes Kefauver (Missing)
  07/17/55 Hubert H. Humphrey (Missing)
 
MP300253
Meet The Press (Vol. 35)
  07/24/55 Senator Walter F. George (D) Georgia
  07/31/55 Representative Joseph W. Martin (R) Massachusetts
  08/07/55 Billy Graham, Evangelical Christian (Missing)
  08/14/55 Aneurin Bevan, Welsh Labour politician in the House Of Commons
  08/21/55 Howard Pyle, Presidential Assistant In Charge Of Liaison With The States
  08/28/55 Dr. William V. Lambert, Chairman of the American Cultural Delegation (Several skips)
  09/04/55 Marion B. Folsom, Secretary Of Health, Education and Welfare
  09/11/55 Leonard W. Hall, Chairman of Republican National Committee
                             (Color announcement at the start, explaining color bars)
  09/18/55 Dag Hammarskjöld, Secretary-General of the United Nations (Missing)
  09/25/55 Wilber Marion Brucker, Secretary Of The Army
  10/02/55 Abba Eban, Ambassador from Israel
 
MP300254
Meet The Press (Vol. 36)
  10/09/55 Senator George W. Malone, (R) Nevada
  10/16/55 Dr. Mahmoud Fawzi (Missing)
  10/23/55 Goodwin J. Knight (Missing)
  10/30/55 Gabriel Hauge (Missing)
  11/06/55 Donald A. Quarles (Missing)
  11/13/55 Moshe Sharett (Missing)
  11/20/55 Dr. Robert Maynard Hutchins, President of the Fund For The Republic
  11/27/55 V.K. Krishhna Menon (Missing)
  12/04/55 Michael J. Quill (Missing)
  12/11/55 Herbert H. Hoover (Missing)
  12/18/55 Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. (Missing)
 
MP300255
Meet The Press (Vol. 37)
  12/25/55 Robert Frost (Missing)
  01/01/56 Sinclair Weeks (Missing)
  01/08/56 Governor Frank J. Lausche (Missing)
  01/15/56 William F. Knowland (Missing)
  01/22/56 George M. Humphrey, Secretary Of The Treasury (No Close)
  01/29/56 Senator James O. Eastland (D) Mississippi
  02/05/56 Senator W. Stuart Symington (D) Missouri (No Close)
  02/12/56 Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary Of Agriculture
  02/19/56 Trevor Gardner, Assistant Secretary Of The Air Force, in charge of Research And
                             Development
  02/26/56 Senator Henry M. Jackson (D) Washington (No Close)
  03/04/56 Leonard W. Hall, Chairman of the Republican National Committee
 
MP300256
Meet The Press (Vol. 38)
  03/11/56 Governor Christian A. Herter (R) Massachusetts (No Close)
  03/18/56 Governor Orville Freeman (D) Minnesota (No Close)
  03/25/56 Governor Allan Shivers, (D) Texas (No Close)
  04/01/56 Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, Churchman
  04/08/56 Clifton Daniel, Assistant to the Foreign Editor of the New York Times
  04/15/56 Former Governor Thomas Dewey, (R) New York
  04/22/56 Adlai E. Stevenson, Candidate for the Democratic Presidential Nomination
  04/29/56 Paul M. Butler, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
  05/06/56 John B. Hollister (Missing)
  05/13/56 Herman Talmadge (Missing)
  05/20/56 Hugh Gaitskill, Head of the British Labor Party
 
MP300257
Meet The Press (Vol. 39)
  05/27/56 Senator George H. Bender, (R) Ohio
  06/03/56 Victor Riesel, Labor Columnist
  06/10/56 Governor W. Averell Harriman, (D) New York
  06/17/56 Senator Estes Kefauver, (D) Tennessee
  06/24/56 Governor Arthur B. Langlie, (R) Washington
  07/01/56 Leo Mates, Ambassador From Yugoslavia
  07/08/56 Governor Albert “Happy” Chandler, (D) Kentucky (Close Clipped)
  07/15/56 V.K. Krishna Menon, Member of the Indian Cabinet
  07/22/56 Senator Warren G. Magnuson, (D) Washington
  07/29/56 Governor George Bell Timmerman, Jr. (D) South Carolina
  08/05/56 Roy Wilkins, Head of the NAACP
 
MP300258
Meet The Press (Vol. 40)
  08/12/56 Paul M. Butler, Chairman of the National Democratic Committee
  08/19/56 Leonard W. Hall, Chairman of the Republican National Committee (No Close)
  08/26/56 Arthur Larson, Republican Ideologist (No Close)
  09/02/56 James E. Mitchell, Secretary Of Labor (No Close)
  09/09/56 Jacob K. Javits, Attorney General Of New York State (No Close)
  09/16/56 Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (No Close)
  09/23/56 John Foster Dulles, Secretary Of State (No Close)
  09/30/56 Governor Frank G. Clement, (D) Tennessee (Close Clipped)
  10/07/56 James A. Finnegan, Campaign Manager for Presidential Candidate Adlai Stevenson
                             (No Close)
  10/14/56 Charles E. Wilson, Secretary Of Defense (No Close)
  10/21/56 Senator Albert Gore, (D) Tennessee
 
MP300259
Meet The Press (Vol. 41)
  10/28/56 Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
  11/04/56 Governor Sherman Adams, Assistant to the President
  11/11/56 Senator William F. Knowland, (R) California
  11/18/56 Nikolai Khokhlor, Member of Soviet Intelligence (KGB)
  11/25/56 Dr. Mahmonel Fawzi, Foreign Minister of Egypt (No Close)
  12/02/56 Mrs. Goldie Meir, Foreign Minister of Israel
  12/09/56 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, (D) Minnesota
  12/16/56 Dr. Farid Zeineddine, Syrian Ambassador
  12/23/56 Carl Sandburg (Missing)
  12/30/56 Mrs. Clare Booth Luce, Retiring Ambassador to Italy
  01/06/57 Representative John W. McCormick, (D) Massachusetts, House Majority Leader (No Close)
 
MP300260
Meet The Press (Vol. 42)
  01/13/57 Anthony Nutting, Former Minister of State for Great Britain (No Close)
  01/20/57 Senator Paul H. Douglas, (D) Illinois
  01/27/57 George M. Humphrey, Secretary of the Treasury (No Close)
  02/03/57 Senator Stuart Symington, (D) Missouri (No Close)
  02/10/57 Donald A. Quarles, Secretary Of The Air Force (No Close)
  02/17/57 V.K. Krishna Menon, India’s Chief Delegate to the United Nations (No Close)
  02/24/57 Senator Mike Mansfield, (D) Montana
  03/03/57 Guy Mollet, Prime Minister of France (No Close)
  03/10/57 General Alfred M. Gruenther, U.S. Army, Allied Supreme Commander - Europe
                             (No Close)
  03/17/57 Joseph Koevago, Last freely elected Mayor of Budapest, Hungary (No Close)
  03/24/57 Robert Briscoe, Lord Mayor of Dublin (No Close)
 
MP300261
Meet The Press (Vol. 43)
  03/31/57 Senator John L. McClellan, (D) Arkansas (No Close)
  04/07/57 (Quintin Hogg) the Viscount Hailsham, British Member of the House Of Lords
  04/14/57 Jackie Robinson, Baseball Player (No Close)
  04/21/57 Vladimir Poremsky, Leader of the Anti-Communist Underground (NTS)
  04/28/57 Robert F. Kennedy, Chief Council and Staff Director of the Senate Investigating
                             Committee (No Close)
  05/05/57 Adlai E. Stevenson, Former Governor of Illinois (No Close)
  05/12/57 General Maxwell D. Taylor, Chief Of Staff of The U.S. Army (No Close)
  05/19/57 Senator Everett M. Dirksen, (R) Illinois (No Close)
  05/26/57 Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission
                             (No Open / Close)
  06/02/57 Meade Alcorn, Chairman of the Republican National Committee (No Open)
  06/09/57 Billy Graham, Evangelist (No Close)
 
MP300262
Meet The Press (Vol. 44)
  06/16/57 Arthur Larson, Director of the United States Information Agency (No Close)
  06/23/57 Governor Thomas B. Stanley, (D) Virginia
                              and Governor James P. Coleman, (D) Mississippi (No Close)
  06/30/57 Koichiro Asakai, Japanese Ambassador to the United States (No Close)
  07/07/57 Senator Frank Church, (D) Idaho (Open Clipped)
  07/14/57 Ralph J. Cordner, President of General Electric Co. (No Close)
  07/21/57 Joseph S. Clark (Missing)
  07/28/57 Senator William E. Jenner, (R) Indiana
  08/04/57 Representative Charles O. Porter, (D) Oregon
  08/11/57 Senator Robert S. Kerr, (D) Oklahoma
  08/18/57 Senator William F. Knowland, (R) California (No Close)
  08/25/57 Senator Frank J. Lausche, (D) Ohio (No Close)
 
MP300263
Meet The Press (Vol. 45)
  09/01/57 Senator Barry Goldwater, (R) Arizona (No Close)
  09/08/57 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (No Close)
  09/15/57 Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus
  09/22/57 Thomas J. Haggerty, Presidential candidate for the teamsters
  09/29/57 James P. Mitchell, Secretary of Labor (Close Clipped)
  10/06/57 Dr. Nathan M. Pusey, President of Harvard University (No Close)
  10/13/57 Henry R. Luce, Editor-in-Chief of magazines (No Close)
  10/20/57 Eleanor Roosevelt, Ex-First Lady (No Close)
  10/27/57 Carl Sandberg, Poet (No Close)
  11/03/57 Herve Alphand, Ambassador of France (No Close)
  11/10/57 Alexander Kerensky, Russian Politician (No Close)
 
MP300264
Meet The Press (Vol. 46)
  11/17/57 (Pre-empted)
  11/24/57 Senator Leverett Saltonstall, (R) Massachusetts (No Close)
  12/01/57 Dr. Simon Ramo, Chief scientist for the ballistic missile program of the
                             U.S. Air Force (No Close)
  12/08/57 Senator Henry M. Jackson, (D) Washington (No Close)
  12/15/57 Robert Wotherspoon (Missing)
  12/22/57 General Lauris Norstad, Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces In Europe
                             (No Close)
  12/29/57 (Missing)
  01/05/58 Senator William F. Knowland, (R) California (No Close)
  01/12/58 (Missing)
  01/19/58 General Bernard A. Schriever, Head of the ballistic missile development for the
                             U.S. Air Force
  01/26/58 Robert B. Anderson, Secretary Of The Treasury
  02/02/58 Admiral Lewis L. Strauss, Chairman Of The Atomic Energy Commission (No Close)
 
MP300265
Meet The Press (Vol. 47)
  02/09/58 General John B. Madaris, Chief of U.S. Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA)
                             (No Close)
  02/16/58 James H. Smith, Jr., Head of the International Cooperation Administration
                             (No Open / Close)
  02/23/58 Governor Robert B. Meyner, (D) New Jersey
  03/02/58 Dr. Edward Teller, Scientist and Developer Of The Hydrogen Bomb (No Close)
  03/09/58 Franz Josef Strauss, Defense Minister of West Germany (No Open)
  03/16/58 (Missing)
  03/23/58 Senator Styles Bridges, (R) New Hampshire
  03/30/58 Dr. Gabriel Hauge, Personal Economic Advisor to President Eisenhower
  04/06/58 George V. Allen, Director United State Information Agency (No Close)
  04/13/58 William P. Rogers, Attorney General Of The United States (Open / Close Clipped)
  04/20/58 Nelson A. Rockefeller, President of The Rockefellers Fund
 
MP300266
Meet The Press (Vol. 48)
  04/27/58 Senator Clinton P. Anderson, (D) New Mexico
  05/04/58 Lt. General James W. Gavin, Retired Chief of Army Research And Development
  05/11/58 Dr. Linus Pauling, Noted Scientist of California Institute of Technology
  05/18/58 Governor William G. Stratton, (R) Illinois, Chairman of The Governor’s Conference
                             and Governor Abraham Ribicoff, (D) Connecticut
  05/25/58 Governor LeRoy Collins, (D) Florida
  06/01/58 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, (D) Minnesota
  06/08/58 Mikhail A. Menshikov, Ambassador of The Soviet Union
  06/15/58 Leo Mates, Yugoslavian Ambassador to the United States (Close Clipped)
  06/22/58 Carlos Garcia, President of the Philippines
  06/29/58 Dr. John W. Gardner, President of The Carnegie Corporation
  07/06/58 Senator George A. Smathers, (D) Floridia
 
MP300267
Meet The Press (Vol. 49)
  07/13/58 Representative Oren Harris, (D) Arkansas,
                             Chairman Of The Influence Investigating Committee (No Close)
  07/20/58 Senator H. Alexander (R) New Jersey and Senator John J. Sparkman (D) Alabama,
                             Members of the Senator Foreign Relations Committee
  07/27/58 (Missing)
  08/03/58 Senator Clifford P. Case (R) New Jersey
  08/10/58 Dr. Hussein Salim, Director Arab Information Center
  08/17/58 Sir Leslie Munro, President of the United Nations General Assembly (Close Clipped)
  08/24/58 Joseph E. Curran, President of the National Maritime Union
  08/31/58 James P. Mitchell, Secretary Of Labor
  09/07/58 (Missing)
  09/14/58 Commander William R. Anderson, U.S.N., Skipper of the Submarine Nautilus
                             (First Submarine To Sail Successfully Under The Polar Ice Cap
                              Surrounding The North Pole) (Close Clipped)
  09/21/58 Madame Chiang Kai-shek, First Lady Of Free China
 
MP300268
Meet The Press (Vol. 50)
  09/28/58 Wilbur M. Brucker, Secretary Of The Army
  10/05/58 Governor James P. Coleman, (D) Mississippi
  10/12/58 Meade Alcorn, Chairman Of The Republican National Committee
  10/19/58 James H. Douglas, Secretary Of The U.S. Air Force
  10/26/58 Eleanor Roosevelt, Former First Lady (No Close)
  11/02/58 Edmund G. (Pat) Brown, (D) Attorney General Of California
  11/09/58 Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
  11/16/58 (Missing)
  11/23/58 (Missing)
  11/30/58 Lain MacLeod, British Minister of Labour and National Services
  12/07/58 Dr. Werner Von Braun, Technical Director of The Army Ballistic Missile Agency
 
MP300269
Meet The Press (Vol. 51)
  12/14/58 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, (D) Minnesota
  12/21/58 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., U.S. Ambassador To The United Nations
  12/28/58 Dr. Kwawe Nkrumah, from Ghana
  01/04/59 Lt. General James M. Gavin, Retired U.S. Army
  01/11/59 Senator Paul Douglas, (D) Illinois and Senator Jacob K. Javits, (R) New York
                             (End Clipped)
  01/18/59 Anastas Mikoyan, First Deputy Premier Of The Soviet Union
  01/25/59 Dr. Arturo Frondizi, President of Argentina
  02/01/59 (Missing)
  02/08/59 Patee Sarasin (Missing)
  02/15/59 Senator Stuart Symington, (D) Missouri
  02/22/59 Dr. Sumner Slichter, Economist from Harvard University
 
MP300270
Meet The Press (Vol. 52)
  03/01/59 Senator William E. Proxmire, (D) Wisconsin
  03/08/59 Neil H. Mcleroy, Secretary Of Defense (Close Clipped)
  03/15/59 Dr. Raymond Saulnier, Chairman of The Presidents Council Of Economic Advisors
  03/22/59 Robert Frost, Poet
  03/29/59 (Missing)
  04/05/59 Paul-Henri Spaak, Secretary General Of NATO
  04/12/59 Tom Mboya, Leader In The Movement For Independence In Africa
  04/19/59 Dr. Fidel Castro, Prime Minister of Cuba
  04/26/59 (Missing)
  05/03/59 Barbara Ward, Economist
  05/10/59 Clinton P. Anderson (Missing)
 
MP300271
Meet The Press (Vol. 53)
  05/17/59 Abba Eban, Ambassador From Israel
  05/24/59 Dr. Vannevar Bush, Chairman of The Committee To Strengthen The Frontiers Of Freedom
  05/31/59 John L. Lewis, President of The United Mine Workers Of America (No Close)
  06/07/59 Senator J. William Fulbright, (D) Arkansas (No Close)
  06/14/59 (Missing)
  06/21/59 Dr. Walter Hallstein, (West Germany) President of The Economic Community,
                             H.N. Hirsch, (France) President of The Atomic Energy Community, and
                             Paul Finet, (Belgium) President of The Coal And Steel Community
  06/28/59 Thomas Patten, President of Republic Steel Corporation (No Close)
  07/05/59 Thomas F. Murray, Consulate to the Join Congressional Committee On Atomic Energy
  07/12/59 General Maxwell D. Taylor, Resigned Chief-of-Staff of the Army
  07/19/59 Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, (R) New York
  07/26/59 Robert F. Kennedy, Chief Council
 
MP300272
Meet The Press (Vol. 54)
  08/02/59 Charles A. Halleck, Republican Leader Of The House, Indiana
  08/09/59 Herbert Hoover, 31st President Of The United States
  08/16/59 Governor David L. Lawrence, (D) Pennsylvania
  08/23/59 Erwin Canham, President of The U.S. Chamber Of Commerce
  08/30/59 (Missing)
  09/06/59 Governor Michael DiSalle, (D) Ohio (Close Clipped)
  09/13/59 Carl Sandberg, Poet and Edward Steichen, (Brother-In-Law of Carl Sandberg)
  09/20/59 V.K. Krishna Menon, Minister of Defense for India
  09/27/59 (Missing)
  10/04/59 Dr. Robert Strausz-Hupe (Missing)
  10/11/59 Governor Edmund G. (Pat) Brown, (D) California
 
MP300273
Meet The Press (Vol. 55)
  10/18/59 Charles H. Percy, Chairman of Special Committee For The Republican Party
  10/25/59 Governor Mark Hatfield, (R) Oregon and Governor Jay Howard Edmondson, (D) Oklahoma
  11/01/59 Edgar F. Kaiser, Chairman of Kaiser Steel Corporation
  11/08/59 James P. Mitchell, Secretary Of Labor
  11/15/59 Congressman Richard Bolling, (D) Missouri
  11/22/59 John A. McCone, Chairman Of The Atomic Energy Commission
  11/29/59 Major General John B. Medaris, Director of the U.S. Army Missile Program
                             (Open Clipped)
  12/06/59 (Missing)
  12/13/59 (Missing)
  12/20/59 Philip Noel Baker, Member of British Parliament
  12/27/59 (Missing)
 
MP300274
Meet The Press (Vol. 56)
  01/03/60 Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
  01/10/60 Senator Stuart Symington, (D) Missouri
  01/17/60 Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture
  01/24/60 Vice Admiral Hyman Rickover, U.S. Navy
  01/31/60 Senator Thruston B. Morton, (R) Kentucky
  02/07/60 Dr. Paul Dudley White, Heart Specialist
  02/14/60 Senator Jacob K. Javits, (R) New York
  02/21/60 Senator George A. Smathers, (D) Floridia
  02/28/60 Senator Henry M. Jackson, (D) Washington
  03/06/60 Senator Herman E. Talmadge, (D) Georgia
  03/13/60 Thomas G Lanphier, Jr., Missile Expert (He was a Colonel and fighter pilot
                             during World War II, and was partially credited with shooting down
                             the plane carrying Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto – Commander In Chief of
                             the Japanese Imperial Navy and planner of the Pearl Harbor attack.
 
MP300275
Meet The Press (Vol. 57)
  03/20/60 Dr. Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of West Germany
  03/27/60 Thomas E. Dewey, (R) Former Governor of New York
  04/03/60 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, (D) Minnesota
  04/10/60 Dr. T. Keith Glennan, Head of National Aeronautics and Space Administration
                             (Close Clipped)
  04/17/60 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights Leader
  04/24/60 Adlai E. Stevenson, Former Governor (D) Illinois
  05/01/60 Senator Wayne Morse, (D) Oregon (Started as Republican, then Independent and
                             finally Democrat)
  05/08/60 Representative Chester Bowles, (D) Connecticut (Open Clipped)
  05/15/60 Willy Brandt, Mayor of West Berlin
  05/22/60 Alexander Kaznacheyev, Defector From The Soviet Union
  05/29/60 Senator William J. Fulbright, (D) Arkansas
 
MP300276
Meet The Press (Vol. 58)
  06/05/60 Senator George D. Aiken, (R) Vermont
  06/12/60 Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, (D) New York
  06/19/60 Douglas Dillon, Under Secretary Of State (End Clipped)
  06/26/60 Dr. George Gallup, Founder and Director Of The
                             American Institute Of Public Opinion
  07/03/60 Governor LeRoy Collins, (D) Floridia
  07/10/60 Senator W. Stuart Symington, (D) Missouri, Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
                             Senator Lyndon B. Johnson, (D) Texas (90 minutes)
  07/17/60 Representative Chester B. Bowles, (D) Connecticut
  07/24/60 Senator Barry Goldwater, (R) Arizona and Governor Nelson Rockefeller, (D) New York,
                             (60 Minutes)
 
MP300277
Meet The Press (Vol. 59)
  07/31/60 Charles H. Percy, Chairman of Platform Committee of
                             the National Republican Committee
  08/07/60 Rear Admiral William F. Raborn, Jr., U.S. Navy and Director of the Polaris Program
  08/14/60 Joseph E. Curran, President of The National Maritime Union
  08/21/60 Dr. Edward Teller, Noted Scientist and Chief Architect of the H Bomb (Open Clipped)
  08/28/60 Dr. Arthur S. Fleming, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
  09/04/60 James P. Mitchell, Secretary Of Labor
  09/11/60 Vice President Richard M. Nixon, (R)
  09/18/60 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Former Ambassador To The United Nations
  09/25/60 James J. Wadsworth, U.S. Ambassador To The United Nations
  10/02/60 The Earl of Home (Lord Alec Douglas-Home), British Foreign Secretary
  10/09/60 Lyndon B. Johnson (Missing)
 
MP300278
Meet The Press (Vol. 60)
  10/16/60 Senator John F. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts, Presidential Candidate (End Clipped)
  10/23/60 Senator Henry M. Jackson, (D) Washington, Chairman of the National Democratic
                             Committee, and Senator Thruston B Morton, (R) Kentucky, Chairman of the
                             Republican National Committee
  10/30/60 Dr Teresa Castro, Friend of Fidel Castro
  11/06/60 Leonard Hall, Republican Campaign Manager and Robert Kennedy,
                             Democratic Campaign Manager (60 Minutes) (Close Clipped)
  11/13/60 Richard Scammon, Authority On Election Returns
  11/20/60 (Pre-empted)
  11/27/60 Frank Pace, Jr., Dr. James R. Killian Jr.,
                             Members of Presidential Commission on National Goals
  12/04/60 Robert B. Anderson, Secretary Of The Treasury
  12/11/60 Senator Paul Douglas, (D) Illinois
  12/18/60 John A. McCone, Chairman of The Atomic Energy Commission
  12/25/60 Dr. Henry Heald, Philanthropist
 
MP300279
Meet The Press (Vol. 61)
  01/01/61 General E.P. Quesada, Administrator of The Federal Aviation Agency
  01/08/61 Senator Everett M. Dirksen, (R) Illinois & Representative Charles A. Halleck, (R) Indiana
  01/15/61 (Missing)
  01/22/61 James M. Landis, Former Head of The Security Exchange Commission
  01/29/61 Sergio Rojas Santamarina Former Cuban Ambassador to Britain
  02/05/61 Luther H. Hudges, Secretary Of Commerce
  02/12/61 Representative Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., (D) New York
  02/19/61 Abraham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
  02/26/61 George A. Padmore, Ambassador To U.S. From Liberia (Close Clipped)
  03/05/61 Paul A. Samuelson, Professor of Economics at M.I.T.
  03/12/61 (Missing)
 
MP300280
Meet The Press (Vol. 62)
  03/19/61 Senator Styles Bridges, (R) New Hampshire
  03/26/61 (Missing)
  04/02/61 Senator Hubert Humphrey, (D) Minnesota
  04/09/61 Dr. Robert C. Weaver, Administrator of The House and Home Finance Agency
  04/16/61 Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor West Germany
  04/23/61 Dr. I.S. Ravdin, Cancer Surgeon and Dr. Sidney Farber, Called the "father" of the
                             modern era of chemotherapy for neoplastic disease.
  04/30/61 Senator J.W. Fulbright, (D) Arkansas, Chairman of the Senator Committee On
                             Foreign Relations
  05/07/61 Habib Bourguiba, Tunisian Ambassador to the United States
  05/14/61 Dr. Jonas E. Salk, Discoverer and developer of the Polio vaccine
  05/21/61 James E. Webb, Administrator of NASA and Dr. Hugh L. Dryden, Assistant
                             Administrator of NASA
  05/28/61 (Missing)
 
MP300281
Meet The Press (Vol. 63)
  06/04/61 Edward R. Murrow, Director of The United States Information Agency
  06/11/61 Dr. Arnold J. Toynbee, Historian for the Royal Institute Of International Affairs
                             (RIIA) in London
  06/18/61 Senator John G. Tower, (R) Texas
  06/25/61 Arthur H. Dean, U.S. Ambassador
  07/02/61 General Thomas D. White, Air Force Chief Of Staff
  07/09/61 (Missing)
  07/16/61 Muhammad Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan
  07/23/61 Chester Bowles, Under Secretary Of State
  07/30/61 Franz Josef Strauss, (Defense Minster of The Federal Republic Of Germany) and
                             Wilhelm G. Grewe, German Ambassador To The United States (VG-) (Hum)
  08/06/61 (Missing)
  08/13/61 John J. McCloy, Advisor to the President for Disarmament
 
MP300282
Meet The Press (Vol. 64)
  08/20/61 Dean Rusk, Secretary Of State
  08/27/61 William E. Miller, Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  09/03/61 Dr. Walter W. Heller, Chairman of the Presidents Council Of Economic Advisors
  09/10/61 (Missing)
  09/17/61 Adlai E. Stevenson, United States Representative to the United Nations (VG)
  09/24/61 Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General Of The United States
  10/01/61 Frederick H. Boland, Permanent Representative from Ireland to the United Nations
  10/08/61 Dr. Ting Fu Tsiang, Permanent Representative from China to the United Nations
  10/15/61 Dr. Cheddi Jagan, First Premier of British Guyana
  10/22/61 Frank B. Ellis, President Kennedy’s Chief Advisor on Civil Defense (VG+) (No Close)
  10/29/61 Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg, Head of the United States Atomic Energy Commission (No Close)
 
MP300283
Meet The Press (Vol. 65)
  11/05/61 Prime Minister Nehru of India (No Close)
  11/12/61 John Kenneth Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to India
  11/19/61 Senator Barry Goldwater, (R) Arizona (No Close)
  11/26/61 Fowler Hamilton, Administrator for the Agency For International Development
                             (VG-) (Some audio problems)
  12/03/61 Edmund A. Guilun, United States Ambassador to the Republic Of Congo (No Close)
  12/10/61 George W. Ball, Under Secretary Of State
  12/17/61 George Meany, President of the A.F. L. – C.I.O.
  12/24/61 Sargent Shriver, Director of The Peace Corps
  12/31/61 Allen W. Dulles, Former Director Of The Central Intelligence Agency
  01/07/62 Congressman Charles A. Halleck, (R) Indiana
  01/14/62 (Missing)
 
MP300284
Meet The Press (Vol. 66)
  01/21/62 C. Douglas Dillon, Secretary Of The Treasury
  01/28/62 Congressman Chet Holifield, (D) California, Chairman of the Joint Congressional
                             Committee On Atomic Energy
  02/04/62 George Romney, President of American Motors Corporation
  02/11/62 (Missing)
  02/18/62 Orville L. Freeman, Secretary Of Agriculture
  02/25/62 Senator Thomas J. Dodd, (D) Connecticut
  03/04/62 William C. Foster, Head of The United States Disarmament Agency
  03/11/62 Edward M. Kennedy, Younger brother of President Kennedy
  03/18/62 George Cabot Lodge, Senate Republican Candidate (No Open)
  03/25/62 Sylvanus Olympia, President of the African Republic of Togo
  04/01/62 Mortimer M. Caplin, Commissioner Of Internal Revenue
 
MP300285
Meet The Press (Vol. 67)
  04/08/62 Edward J. McCormack, Jr., Massachusetts Attorney General
  04/15/62 (No Broadcast)
  04/22/62 Senator Estes Kefauver, (D) Tennessee
  04/29/62 Dr. Harold Brown, Director of Research and Engineering for the Department of Defense
  05/06/62 Walt Whitman Rostow, Councilor and Chairman of The Policy Planning Council
                             of The State Department (X-Talk)
  05/13/62 George W. Ball, Under Secretary Of State (End Clipped)
  05/20/62 General Lucius D. Clay, Presidential Advisor On Berlin Affairs
  05/27/62 (Missing)
  06/03/62 Congressman Laurence Curtis, (R) Massachusetts
  06/10/62 Senator Bourke B. Hickenloofer, (R) Iowa, Congressman Melvin R. Laird, (R) Wisconsin
                             (Slightly rough audio start)
  06/17/62 Abraham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of the Health, Education and Welfare Department
                             (Slight hum throughout)
  06/24/62 Dr. Edward R. Annis, Spokesman for the American Medical Association
 
MP300286
Meet The Press (Vol. 68)
  07/01/62 Governor David L. Lawrence, (D) Pennsylvania,
                             Governor Wesley Powell, (R) New Hampshire
  07/08/62 Per Jacobsson, Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of the International
                             Monetary Fund
  07/15/62 Ladd Plumley, President of the Chamber Of Commerce of the United States
  07/22/62 Newton N. Minow, Chairman of the Federal Communication Commission (Missing)
  07/29/62 Dr. William G. Anderson, Founder and leader of the Albany Georgia
                             Anti-Segregation Unit
  08/05/62 Senator Barry Goldwater, (R) Arizona, Senator Vance Hartke, (D) Indiana
  08/12/62 Professor Stuart Hughes, Harvard University
  08/19/62 (Missing)
  08/26/62 (Missing)
  09/02/62 Isidro Borja, Cuban Refugee
  09/09/62 Senator John L. McClellan, (D) Arkansas
 
MP300287
Meet The Press (Vol. 69)
  09/16/62 Anthony J. Celebreeze, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
  09/23/62 Reginald Maulding, Member of the British Cabinet
  09/30/62 Willard Wirtz, Next Secretary Of Labor (Slight audio rough start)
  10/07/62 Richard M. Nixon, (R) Candidate for Governor of California
  10/14/62 Edmund “Pat” Brown, (D) Candidate for Governor of California
  10/21/62 (No Broadcast)
  10/28/62 Ted Kennedy, (D), George Cabot Lodge, (R) Both running for Senate seat from
                             Massachusetts
  11/04/62 Theodore C. Sorenson, Special Council to President Kennedy (Light x-talk at start)
  11/11/62 James A. Farley, First Meet The Press Guest when the series started on
                             television in November of 1947
  11/18/62 B.K. Nehru, India’s Ambassador to the United States
  11/25/62 Marshall D. Shulman, from Russian Research Center Of Harvard University
  12/02/63 Mortimer M. Caplin, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service
 
MP300288
Meet The Press (Vol. 70)
  12/09/62 Governor William W. Scranton, (R) Pennsylvania
  12/16/62 McGeorge Bundy, President Kennedy Assistant for National Security Affairs
  12/23/62 Sargent Shriver, Director of the Peace Corps (Missing)
  12/30/62 James MacGregor Burns, Biographer of President Kennedy
  01/06/63 Senator Jacob K. Javits, (R) New York (Missing)
  01/13/63 (Missing)
  01/20/63 General Laurence Norstad, Retired N.A.T.O. Supreme Commander in Europe
  01/27/63 Dean Rusk, Secretary Of State
  02/03/63 Senator Everett Dirksen, (R) Illinois, Congressman Charles A Halleck, (R) Indiana
  02/10/63 Dr. Walter W. Heller, President Kennedy’s Chief Economic Advisor
  02/17/63 Senator John Stennis, (D) Mississippi
 
MP300289
Meet The Press (Vol. 71)
  02/24/63 Ambassador Gonzalo J. Facio, from Costa Rica
  03/03/63 David Rockefeller, President of Chase Manhattan Bank
  03/10/63 Roswell L. Gilpatric, Deputy Defense Secretary
  03/17/63 Congressman John W. Byrnes, (R) Wisconsin (VG-)
  03/24/63 Admiral George W. Anderson, Jr., Chief of United States Naval Operations
  03/31/63 King Hassen II of Morocco
  04/07/63 Harold Wilson, Leader of the British Labour Party
  04/14/63 David E. Bell, Administrator for the Agency for International Development
  04/21/63 Lt. Col. John H. Glenn, Jr., First American to orbit the Earth
  04/28/63 Senator Stuart Symington, (D) Missouri
  05/05/63 Stanley R. Schrotel, Cincinnati Police Chief and President of the International
                             Association of the Chiefs of Police
 
MP300290
Meet The Press (Vol. 72)
  05/12/63 Senator Kenneth B. Keating, (R) New York
  05/19/63 Mohammad Zafloolly Khan, Pakistan, President of the United Nations General Assembly
  05/26/63 James Merideth, First African American to attend the University Of Mississippi (Missing)
  06/02/63 Governor George C. Wallace, (D) Alabama
  06/09/63 Francis Keppel, United States Commissioner of Education (VG+)
  06/16/63 Henry Cabot Lodge, Director General of the Atlantic Institute
  06/23/63 Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General Of The United States
  06/30/63 Senator Thurston B. Morton, (R) Kentucky
  07/07/63 Senator John G. Tower, (R) Texas
  07/14/63 Congressman Robert Taff, Jr., (R) Ohio
  07/21/63 Governor Albert D. Rosellini, (D) Washington, Chairman of the Governors Conference
 
MP300291
Meet The Press (Vol. 73)
  07/28/63 H. E. Gilbert, President of the Brotherhood Locomotive, Fireman and Enginemen
  08/04/63 W. Averell Harriman, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs
  08/11/63 Senator Richard B. Russell, (D) Georgia
  08/18/63 George F. Kennan, Retired Yugoslavian Ambassador (Open Clipped)
  08/25/63 Roy Wilkins, N.A.A.C.P. and Rev. Martin Luther King, Civil Rights Leader (Missing)
  09/01/63 Dr. Edward Teller, Nuclear Scientist and father on the H-Bomb
  09/08/63 (No Broadcast)
  09/15/63 Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, (R) New York
  09/22/63 Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Head of India’s Delegation to the United Nations
  09/29/63 (Missing)
  10/06/63 (Missing)
  10/13/63 (Missing)
 
MP300292
Meet The Press (Vol. 74)
  10/20/63 (Missing)
  10/27/63 Sir Roy Welensky, Prime Minister of the Federation of Rhodesia and
                             Nyasaland in Central Africa (No Close)
  11/03/63 (Missing)
  11/10/63 Zbignien Brzezinski, Director of the Research Institute On Communist Affairs
                             at Columbia University (No Close)
  11/17/63 (Missing)
  11/24/63 (Missing)
  12/01/63 West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhart (No Close)
  12/08/63 E. William Henry, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (No Opening)
  12/15/63 Robert Sargent Shriver, Director of the Peace Corps
  12/22/63 Adlai Stevenson, United States Ambassador to the United Nations (Missing)
  12/29/63 Professor James MacGregor Burns, Chairman of the Department of Political
                             Science at Williams College and Biographer of President Kennedy
 
MP300293
Meet The Press (Vol. 75)
  01/05/64 Senator Barry Goldwater, (R) Arizona (VG+) (Some Tape Distortion)
  01/12/64 (No Broadcast.  Announcement on 01/05/64)
  01/19/64 (No Broadcast.  Announcement on 01/05/64)
  01/26/64 Congressman Howard W. Smith, (D) Virginia
  02/02/64 Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen, (R) Illinois and
                            Congressman Charles A. Halleck, (R) Indiana
  02/09/64 Governor George Romney, (R) Michigan
  02/16/64 Governor William W. Scranton, (R) Pennsylvania
  02/23/64 Theodore C. Sorenson, One of President Kennedy’s Closest Advisors
  03/01/64 George W. Ball, Under Secretary Of State
  03/08/64 Sargent Shriver, Director of the Peace Corps (Open Clipped)
  03/15/64 (Missing)
  03/22/64 G. Mennen Williams, Assistant Secretary Of State For African Affairs
                             (Open / Close Clipped)
  03/29/64 Senator Ted M. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts (Volume Flux/X-Talk)
 
MP300294
Meet The Press (Vol. 76)
  04/05/64 Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, President of John Hopkins University
  04/12/64 (No Broadcast)
  04/19/64 King Hussein the First, King Of Jordan (Some Volume Flux)
  04/26/64 Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Daughter of India’s Prime Minister
  05/03/64 Winthrop Rockefeller, Republican Candidate for Governor of Arkansas
                             (Light X-talk throughout)
  05/10/64 James A. Farmer, National Director of the Congress of Racial Equality
  05/17/64 Governor Mark O. Hatfield, (R) Oregon
  05/24/64 Pierre Salinger, Former White House Press Secretary
  05/31/64 Senator Thomas H. Kuchel, (R) California campaign manager for Governor
                             Rockefeller and former Senator William Noland, (R) campaign manager for
                             Senator Barry Goldwater
  06/07/64 Governor John Anderson, (R) Kansas and Governor James Rhodes, (R) Ohio
  06/14/64 Denison Kitchel, National campaign manager for Barry Goldwater
  06/21/64 Carlos Lacerda, Brazilian Governor
 
MP300295
Meet The Press (Vol. 77)
  06/28/64 Maurice Couve de Murville, French Foreign Minister
  07/05/64 Representative Melvin R. Laird, (R) Wisconsin
  07/12/64 Governor William Scranton, (R) Pennsylvania (60 minutes) (No Close)
  07/19/64 William E. Miller, Republican Nominee for Vice President
  07/26/64 Senator Eugene McCarthy, (D) Minnesota
  08/02/64 LeRoy Collins, Director of the United States Community Relations Service
  08/09/64 Mike Mansfield, Majority Leader of the Senate (Missing)
  08/16/64 Mayor Robert F. Wagner, (D) New York City
  08/23/64 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, (D) Minnesota, Eugene McCarthy, (D) Minnesota
                             (60 minutes) (No Close)
 
MP300296
Meet The Press (Vol. 78)
  08/30/64 Dean Rusk, Secretary Of State
  09/06/64 Robert Welch, Founder and President of the John Birch Society (Missing)
  09/13/64 Congressman William E. Miller, (R) New York, Candidate for Vice President
  09/20/64 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey, (D) Minnesota, Candidate for Vice President
  09/27/64 Representative Robert Taft, Jr. (R) Ohio (Missing)
  10/04/64 Senator Kenneth B. Keating, (R) New York
  10/11/64 President Diosdado Macapagal, 9th President of the Philippines
  10/18/64 Robert F. Kennedy, (D) Senatorial Candidate from New York
  10/25/64 Governor George C. Wallace, (D) Alabama and Governor Philip H. Huff, (D) Vermont
  11/01/64 James A. Farley, Leonard W. Hall, Political Chairman
  11/08/64 Representative John L. Linsey, (R) New York and
                             Edward W. Brooke, (R) Attorney General of Massachusetts
 
MP300297
Meet The Press (Vol. 79)
  11/15/64 Henry Cabot Lodge
  11/22/64 Juanita Castro, Sister of Fidel Castro
  11/29/64 Sargent Shriver, Head of The Office Of Economic Opportunity
  12/06/64 Pre-empted
  12/13/64 Adlai E. Stevenson, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (Missing)
  12/20/64 Incoming Senator’s Walter F. Mondale, (D) Minnesota and
                             Joseph D. Tydings, (D) Maryland
  12/27/64 Dr. James B. Conant, Noted National Education Authority
  01/03/65 Mike Mansfield, (D) Montana, Senate Majority Leader
  01/10/65 Pre-empted
  01/17/65 Dean Birch, Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  01/24/65 Senator Everett M. Dirksen, (R) Illinois
  01/31/65 Dr. Bernard B. Fall, Professor at Howard University
  02/07/65 J.P. Abel, Secretary Treasurer of the United Steel Workers Union, and
                             David J. McDonald, President of the United Steel Workers
 
MP300298
Meet The Press (Vol. 80)
  02/14/65 Governor Paul B. Johnson, (D) Mississippi (31:00)
  02/21/65 Pre-empted
  02/28/65 Senator Russell B. Long, (D) Louisiana
  03/07/65 Abba Eban, Deputy Prime Minister Of Israel
  03/14/65 Senator J. William Fulbright, (D) Arkansas
  03/21/65 General Thomas S. Power, Former Chief-In-Chief of S.A.C. (X-Talk)
  03/28/65 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Nobel Prize Winner
  04/04/65 McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President of National Security Affairs (Hum)
  04/11/65 Nicholas Katzenbach, U.S. Attorney General (Slight hum)
  04/18/65 Willy Brandt, Governing Mayor of Berlin
  04/25/65 Henry H. Fowler, Secretary of the Treasury
  05/02/65 Senator Thomas J. Dodd, (D) Connecticut
 
MP300299
Meet The Press (Vol. 81)
  05/09/65 Thanat Khoman, Foreign Minister of Thailand
  05/16/65 Dr. Hans Morgenthau, Professor of Political Science and Modern History at
                            the University of Chicago
  05/23/65 Henry Cabot Lodge, Former Ambassador to South Vietnam
  05/30/65 Dean Rusk, U.S. Secretary Of State
  06/06/65 Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, West Germany
  06/13/65 Barry Goldwater, (R) Former Presidential Candidate
  06/20/65 Pre-empted
  06/27/65 Ambassador Adlai Stevenson (Missing)
  07/04/65 Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of The Interior
  07/11/65 Congressman John V. Linsday, (R) New York
  07/18/65 John T. Connor, Secretary of Commerce
 
MP300300
Meet The Press (Vol. 82)
  07/25/65 Governor's Conference, From Minneapolis, Minnesota (60 Minutes)
                             Governor Grant Sawyer, (D) Nevada and Chairman of the Conference,
                             Governor Karl Rolvaag, (D) Democratic-Farm Labor Party and Host
                             Governor John Connelly, (D) Texas,
                                  Chairman of the Southern Governors Conference
                             Governor Robert Smiley, (R) Idaho,
                                  Chairman of the Republican Governors Association
                             Governor William Scranton, (R) Pennsylvania,
                                   Member of the Executive Committee of the Governors Conference
                             Governor Mark Hatfield, (R) Oregon, 1964 & 1965 Chairman of the
                                   Western Governors Conference
  08/01/65 Senator John Stennis, (D) Mississippi
  08/08/65 General Maxwell D. Taylor, U.S. Ambassador to South Viet Nam
  08/15/65 Pre-empted
  08/22/65 Pre-empted
  08/29/65 William H. Parker, Los Angeles Chief Of Police
  09/05/65 Governor George Romney, (R) Michigan
  09/12/65 Richard M. Nixon, Former Vice President of the U.S.
  09/19/65 Harold Wilson, Great Britain Prime Minister
  09/26/65 Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations (End Clipped)
  10/03/65 Theodore C. Sorenson, Special Counsel to President Kennedy
  10/10/65 (Missing)
 
MP300301
Meet The Press (Vol. 83)
  10/17/65 (Missing)
  10/24/65 Senator J.W. Fulbright, (D) Arkansas
  10/31/65 Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, Wife of the President of the Republic Of China
  11/07/65 Walter W. Heller, Leading Economist
  11/14/65 Governor John H. Chafee, (R) Rhode Island
  11/21/65 Lawrence F. O'Brien, Post Master General Of The United States
  11/28/65 Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Special Assistant to The Late President Kennedy
  12/05/65 Senator Robert F. Kennedy, (D) New York
  12/12/65 Daniel P. Moynihan, Former Assistant Secretary Of Labor (No Close) (31:16)
  12/19/65 Sargent Shriver, Head of The Nations Anti-Poverty Program and Director Of The
                             Peace Corps
  12/26/65 Dr. Constantinos Rosatis, Greek Architect (Missing)
 
MP300302
Meet The Press (Vol. 84)
  01/02/66 John W. Gardner, Secretary of Health, Education And Welfare
  01/09/66 Ronald Reagan, Republican Candidate for Governor of California
  01/16/66 Congressman Gerald R. Ford, (R) Michigan
  01/23/66 Dean Rusk, Secretary Of State (60 Minutes)
  01/30/66 Julian Bond, Failed Georgia Representative Candidate (End Clipped)
  02/06/66 W.P. Gullander, President of the National Association of Manufacturers
  02/13/66 Edward W. Brooke, (R) Attorney General of Massachusetts
  02/20/66 McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant To The President
  02/27/66 W. Willard Wirtz, Secretary Of Labor
  03/06/66 Senator Edward M. Kennedy, (D) Massachusetts
 
MP300303
Meet The Press (Vol. 85)
  03/13/66 Hubert H. Humphrey, Vice President of the United States (60 Minutes) (No Open / Close)
  03/20/66 Tom Mboya, Minister of Economic Planning and Development of Kenya
  03/27/66 Gardner Ackley, Chairman of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors
  04/03/66 Mrs. Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India
  04/10/66 William C. Foster, Chief Disarmament Negotiator for the United States
                             (Slight X-Talk Second Half)
  04/17/66 Arthur J. Goldberg, United States Ambassador to the United Nations
  04/24/66 Senator Henry M. Jackson, (D) Washington
  05/01/66 Dr. Michael E. DeBakey, First surgeon to Implant A Heart Pump In A Human Patient
  05/08/66 John A. Gronouski, United States Ambassador to Poland
  05/15/66 Senator Frank Church, (D) Idaho
 
MP300304
Meet The Press (Vol. 86)
  05/22/66 Dr. Harold Brown, Secretary Of The Air Force (End Clipped)
  05/29/66 Ralph Nader, Lawyer on Auto Safety
  06/05/66 Edward Heath, Leader of Britain’s Conservative Party (VG+)
  06/12/66 Conference of Mayors in Dallas, Texas (60 Minutes)
                             John V. Lindsay, (R) New York City, John F. Collins, (D) Boston,
                             Ivan Allen, Jr., (D) Atlanta, Jerome P. Cavanagh, (D) Detroit,
                             Richard C. Lee, (D) New Haven, Sam Yorty, (D) Los Angeles
  06/19/66 James H. Meredith, Civil Rights Movement Figure
  06/26/66 George W. Ball, Under Secretary Of State
  07/03/66 Annual Governor's Conference in Los Angeles, California (60 Minutes)
                             Edmund G. Brown, (D) California and Host,
                             John H. Reed, (R) Maine, Chairman of the Conference,
                             John Connally, (D) Texas, William W. Scranton, (R) Pennsylvania,
                             Otto Kerner, (D) Illinois, John A. Love, (R) Colorado
  07/10/66 Senator George Murphy, (R) California
  07/17/66 Admiral William F. Raborn, Retired Head of The C.I.A.
 
MP300305
Meet The Press (Vol. 87)
  07/24/66 Orville L. Freeman, Secretary of Agriculture
  07/31/66 Gubernatorial Candidates Congressman James D. Martin, (R) Alabama, and
                  Congressman Howard H. Callaway, (R) Georgia
  08/07/66 Senator Everett McKinley Dirksen, (R) Illinois
  08/14/66 Sol M. Linowitz, Prominent Businessman
  08/21/66 Lincoln Gordon, Assistant Secretary Of State for Inter-American Affairs
  08/28/66 George Meany, President of the AIF-CIO
  09/04/66 William P. Bundy, Assistant Secretary Of State for Far Eastern Affairs
  09/11/66 Ronald Reagan, (R) Candidate for California Governor
                             and Governor Edmund G. Brown, (R) (60 Minutes)
  09/18/66 Ferdinand Marcos, President of The Philippines
  09/25/66 Kingman Brewster, Jr., President of Yale University,
                             and Clark Kerr, President of the University of California
 
MP300306
Meet The Press (Vol. 88)
  10/02/66 Senator Paul H. Douglas, (D) Illinois
  10/09/66 Professor John K. Fairbank, Expert on China and The Far East
  10/16/66 Senator Jacob K. Javits, (R) New York
  10/23/66 Richard M. Nixon, Former Vice President Of The U.S.
  10/30/66 Hubert H. Humphrey, Vice President Of The U.S.
  11/06/66 Senator Warren G. Magnuson, (D) Washington and
                             Senator Thruston B. Morton, (R) Kentucky
  11/13/66 Governor George Romney, (R) Michigan
  11/20/66 Jesse M. Unruh, Speaker of California State Assembly
  11/27/66 Dr. Walter W. Heller, Former Chairman of the President’s
                             Council of Economic Advisors (Missing)
  12/04/66 Randolph S. Churchill, Noted British Journalist
  12/11/66 Abba Eban, Minister of Foreign Affairs Of Israel
 
MP300307
Meet The Press (Vol. 89)
  12/18/66 Governor Daniel J. Evans, (R) Washington
  12/25/66 McGeorge Bundy, President of the Ford Foundation
  01/01/67 Senator Abraham Ribicoff, (D) Connecticut
  01/08/67 Congressman Gerald R Ford, (R) Michigan and
                             Congressman Melvin Laird, (R) Wisconsin
  01/15/67 Senator Charles H Percy, (R) Illinois, Howard H. Baker, Jr., (R) Tennessee,
                             Edward W. Brook, (R) Massachusetts, Cliff Hanson, (R) Wyoming,
                             Mark O’Hatfield, (R) Oregon (55 Minutes)
  01/22/67 Senator J.W. Fulbright, (D) Arkansas
  01/29/67 Bùi Diễm, Ambassador from South Viet Nam
  02/05/67 Senator William Proxmire, (D) Wisconsin
  02/12/67 William Manchester, Author of “The Death Of A President” (60 Minutes)
 
MP300308
Meet The Press (Vol. 90)
  02/19/67 Revolution In America (90 minutes)
                             Nicholas Katzenbach, Chairman of the President’s Commission on
                             Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice,
                              James Warrenburg, Professor of Law at Harvard,
                             Thomas K. Cahill, Chief Of Police San Francisco,
                             Whitney M. Young, Jr., Executive Director of the National Urban League
                             Mrs. Robert J. Stewart, President of the League of Women Voters,
                             Herbert Wexler, Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School
  02/26/67 The C.I.A. Controversy (60 Minutes)
                             Senator Joseph S. Clark, (D) Pennsylvania,
                             Senator Henry M. Jackson, (D) Washington
                             Robert Aimery, Jr. Former Deputy Director Of the C.I.A.,
                             Sam Brown, Chairman of the National Supervisory Board of the
                                National Students Association,
                             Dennis Shawl, Former President of the National Students Association
  03/05/67 David Ben-Gurion, Former Prime Minister of Israel
  03/12/67 Charles L. Weltner, Deputy Chairman of the Democratic Committee
  03/19/67 General Anastasio Somoza, President elect of Nicaragua
  03/26/67 Sargent Shriver, Director of the Office Of Economic Opportunity
  04/02/67 George W Ball, Former Under Secretary Of State
                             From Paris, London and Washington, D.C. (60 Minutes)
 
MP300309
Meet The Press (Vol. 91)
  04/09/67 William Attwood, Editor and Chief of Cowles Communications and Look Magazine
  04/16/67 Dean Rusk, U.S. Secretary Of State
  04/23/67 George C. Wallace, Former Governor of Alabama
  04/30/67 Representative L. Mendel Rivers, (D) South Carolina, Chairman of House Armed
                             Services Committee (Slight X-talk near end)
  05/07/67 Governor Lester G Maddox, (D) Georgia
  05/14/67 Yen Chia-kan, Vice President and Premier of the Republic of China
  05/21/67 Astronauts Captain Walter Schirra, Jr., Colonel Frank Borman and
                             Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Stafford
  05/28/67 Pacem in Terris International Convocation For Peace (60 Minutes)
  06/04/67 John Kenneth Galbraith, Professor of Economics at Harvard
  06/11/67 Harold E. Holt, Prime Minister of Australia
 
MP300310
Meet The Press (Vol. 92)
  06/18/67 U.S. Conference of Mayors (60 Minutes)
                             Mayor Neal Shaw Blaisdell, of Honolulu, Hawaii,
                             Mayor Joseph M. Barr, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
                             Mayor John V. Lindsay, of New York City, New York,
                             Mayor Henry W. Maier, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
                             Mayor Glenn H. Hearn, of Huntsville, Alabama,
                             Mayor Louis Welch, of Houston, Texas
  06/25/67 (Missing)
  07/02/67 Lord Caradon, Great Britain’s United Nations Representative (VG+)
  07/09/67 Walt W. Rostow, Special Assistant to The President for National Security Affairs
  07/16/67 Roy Wilkins, Executive Director of the N.A.A.C.P.
  07/23/67 Senator Albert Gore, (D) Tennessee
  07/30/67 Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh, (D) Detroit, Michigan (45 seconds of Hum at start)
  08/06/67 Senator Robert F. Kennedy, (D) New York
  08/13/67 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., President of the Southern Christian
                             Leadership Conference
  08/20/67 Kurt George Kiesinger, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany
 
MP300311
Meet The Press (Vol. 93)
  08/27/67 William P. Bundy, Assistant Secretary Of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
  09/03/67 Harold Howe II, U.S. Commissioner of Education
  09/10/67 Lt. General Nguyễn Văn Thiệu, Newly Elected President of the Republic of Viet Nam
  09/17/67 Henry Cabot Lodge, U. S. Ambassador At Large (VG+)
                             (13 minutes of audio missing at 7 minute point)
  09/24/67 Walter P. Reuther, President of U.A.W. (1st 19 min only)
  10/01/67 Hans R. Tabor, Foreign Minister of Denmark
  10/08/67 Betty Furness, President’s Special Assistant for Consumer Affairs
  10/15/67 Governor George W. Romney, (R) Michigan
  10/22/67 Lee Kuan Yew, Prime Minister of Singapore
  10/29/67 Senator Mike Mansfield, (D) Montana
  11/05/67 George F Kennan, American Advisor and Father Of Containment (1st 5 min missing)
 
MP300312
Meet The Press (Vol. 94)
  11/12/67 Lt. General James M Cavin, Retired U.S. Army
  11/19/67 Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker, General William C. Westmoreland (60 Minutes)
  11/26/67 Hubert H. Humphrey, U.S. Vice President
  12/03/67 Allard K. Lowenstein, Political Activist
  12/10/67 Governor John Love, (R) Colorado and Governor John H. Chaffee, (R) Rhode Island
  12/17/67 Senator Fred R. Harris, (D) Oklahoma and Senator Edward W. Brooke, (R) Massachusetts
  12/24/67 John W. Gardner, Secretary of H.E.W.
  12/31/67 Mayor John V. Lindsay, New York City (Missing)
  01/07/68 Senator Charles H. Percy, (R) Illinois (Last 4 minutes missing)
  01/14/68 Dr. Walter W. Heller, Presidential Economic Advisor
 
MP300313
Meet The Press (Vol. 95)
  01/21/68 Senator J.W. Fulbright, (D) Arkansas
  01/28/68 Dr. Benjamin Spock, Reverend William Sloane Coffin, Jr.
  02/04/68 (Missing)
  02/11/68 Senator Eugene J. McCarthy, (D) Minnesota
  02/18/68 Ramsey Clark, U.S. Attorney General (Close Clipped)
  02/25/68 William P Bundy, Assistant Secretary Of State For East Asian And Pacific Affairs
  03/03/68 (Missing)
  03/10/68 (Missing)
  03/17/68 Senator Robert Kennedy, (D) New York (Missing)
  03/24/68 Thurston B. Morton, (R) Kentucky, Jacob K. Javits, (R) New York (No Closing)
  03/31/68 General Maxwell D. Taylor, U.S. Army (Open Clipped)
 
MP300314
Meet The Press (Vol. 96)
  04/07/68 Ramsey Clark, U.S. Attorney General
  04/14/68 Roy Jenkins, British Chancellor of the Exchequer Of Great Britain
  04/21/68 (Missing)
  04/28/68 Hubert H. Humphrey, Vice President Of The U.S.
  05/05/68 George W. Ball, Chief U.S. Delegate To The United Nations
  05/12/68 Louis Harris, Richard M. Scamman, Pollsters
  05/19/68 Habib Bourguiba, President Of The Republic Of Tunisian
  05/26/68 Governor Ronald Reagan, (R) California
  06/02/68 Grayson L. Kirk, President of Columbia University
  06/09/68 Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, (R) New York (Missing)
 
MP300315
Meet The Press (Vol. 97)
  06/16/68 Governor George Romney, Michigan, Governor Raymond P. Shafer, Pennsylvania,
                             Governor Spiro Agnew, Maryland, Governor Dewey Bartlett, Oklahoma
                             (60 Minutes)
  06/23/68 Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, (R) New York, Presidential Candidate
  06/30/68 Governor George C. Wallace, (I) Alabama, Presidential Candidate
  07/07/68 Senator Eugene J. McCarthy, (D) Minnesota, Presidential Candidate
  07/14/68 Floyd B. McKissick, National Director of The Congress On Racial Equality and
                             Roy Innis, Associate National Director of The Congress Of Racial Equality
  07/21/68 National Governor's Conference In Cincinnati, OH (Missing)
  07/28/68 (Missing)
  08/04/68 Republican National Convention w/Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller
                             Republican Presidential Candidate (60 Minutes)
  08/11/68 (Missing)
 
MP300316
Meet The Press (Vol. 98)
  08/18/68 Strom Thurmond (Missing)
  08/25/68 Edmund Muskie, Harold Hughes
  09/01/68 Senator Edmund Muskie, (D) Maine (Bassy), Vice Presidential Candidate (VG)
  09/08/68 Governor Spiro T. Agnew, (R) Maryland, Republican Vice Presidential Candidate
  09/15/68 Lawrence F. O'Brien, Chairman Of The Democratic National Committee
  09/22/68 George Meany, President Of The A.F.L. – C.I.O.
  09/29/68 Clark M. Clifford, Secretary Of Defense
  10/06/68 Pre-empted
  10/13/68 General Curtis E. LeMay, (I) Vice Presidential Candidate (Close Clipped)
  10/20/68 George C. Wallace, (I) Presidential Candidate
  10/27/68 Vice President Hubert Humphrey, Democratic Presidential Candidate
 
MP300317
Meet The Press (Vol. 99)
  11/03/68 Richard M. Nixon, Republican Presidential Candidate
  11/10/68 Three Apollo VII Astronauts: Wally M. Schirra, Donn F. Eisele, Walter Cunningham
  11/17/68 Teddy Kollek, Mayor of Jerusalem
  11/24/68 Senator Birch Bayh, (D) Indiana
  12/01/68 Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, French Publisher And Editor
  12/08/68 Herbert G. Klein, Director Of Communications For The Executive Branch
                             Of The United States Government – Nixon Administration
  12/15/68 Wilbur J. Cohen, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare
                             (Daniel C. Walker was scheduled but cancelled due to illness)
  12/22/68 Whitney M. Young, Jr., Executive Director Of The National Urban League
  12/29/68 Senator George McGovern, (D) South Dakota
  01/05/69 Gerald R. Ford, Republican Leader Of The House Of Representatives
 
MP300318
Meet The Press (Vol. 100)
  01/12/69 Senator Everett M. Dirksen, (R) Illinois
  01/19/69 George E. Christian, Special Assistant And Press Secretary To President Johnson
  01/26/69 W. Averell Harriman, Chief Negotiator For Paris Viet Nam Peace Conference
  02/02/69 Robert H. Finch, Secretary Of Health, Education and Welfare,
                             George Romney, Secretary Of Housing and Urban Development, and
                             John Volpe, Secretary Of Transportation (60 Minutes)
  02/09/69 Eric Goldman, Author Of The “Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson
  02/16/69 Harlan Cleveland, United States Ambassador to NATO
  02/23/69 Dr. Paul W. McCracken, Chairman Of The Council Of Economic Affairs
  03/02/69 (Missing)
 
MP300319
Meet The Press (Vol. 101)
  03/09/69 Prof. Jerome B. Weisner (Provost Of M. I. T., and
                             Prof. Abram Chayes, Harvard Law School
  03/16/69 Abba Eban, Foreign Minister Of Israel
  03/23/69 Melvin R. Laird, Secretary Of Defense
  03/30/69 Senator Mike Mansfield, (D) Montana
  04/06/69 Prof. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Director Of The Research Institute On Communist
                             Affairs At Columbia University
  04/13/69 King Hussein I, Of Jordan
  04/20/69 Hubert Humphrey, (D) Former Vice President Of U.S.
  04/27/69 George P. Schultz, Secretary Of Labor