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The penthouse studio for radio broadcasts on the roof of the Interior Building consists of reception room, office, script writers' room, small and large studios, and sound control room. These actors are members of the cast for My Dear Mr. President, a play based upon the President's budget message [i.e Interior Secretary's annual report] presented in January 1939 through the channels of the national hookups

The penthouse studio for radio broadcasts on the roof of the Interior Building consists of reception room, office, script writers' room, small and large studios, and sound control room. These actors are members of the cast for My Dear Mr. President, a play based upon the President's budget message [i.e Interior Secretary's annual report] presented in January 1939 through the channels of the national hookups

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Photo shows production of the U.S. Department of Interior's radio play "My Dear Mr. President," broadcast on January 8, 1939, the subject of which was the Interior Secretary's annual report to the President (Source: "Not So Free Air," Saturday Evening Post, Feb. 11, 1939)

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01/01/1939
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Harris & Ewing, photographer
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Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.90719, -77.03687
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