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Paul Angle, historian and writer and Win Stracke folk musician discuss "Crossroads: 1913," ; part 1

BROADCAST: Jul. 1, 1963 | DURATION: 00:32:42

Synopsis

Paul Angle, director of the Chicago Historical Society, discusses his new book "Crossroads: 1913." Win Stracke, musician, provides a musical review of Angle's book. Song snippets include "Curse of an Aching Heart," "Somewhere a Voice is Calling," "I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)," "In the Garden," "Brighten the Corner Where You Are," "Old Rugged Cross, "Alexander's Ragtime Band," "Be My Little Baby Bumblebee," "Everybody's Doing It," "When the Midnight Choo Choo Leaves for Alabam'" "Hitchy Koo," "Ragtime Cowboy Joe," "He'd Have to Get Under, Get Out and Get Under (to Fix Up His Automobile)," a reading of a "Mr. Dooley" column written by Finley Peter Dunne, "Under the Anheuser Busch."