Daniel K. Inouye Congressional

Senate Recording Studios 1965

Contains various film recordings on one reel of Senator Daniel K. Inouye filmed in the Senate Recording Studios in 1965 [unless otherwise noted]. Reel includes Public Service Announcement for Red Cross; footage from the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade of Princesses; message to Hawaiʻi citizens on the Federal Oil Import Program; the Derksen Constitutional Amendment; message on 1964 Civil Rights Act; J. Akuhead Pupule returning to KGMB; a message to new U.S. citizens; Interview with KGMB Washington correspondent Gordon Elliot White reflecting on congressional session which included topics like the sugar bill, 1965 Medicare bill, aid to elementary schools, bill on higher education, housing bill, Department of Housing creation, Immigration reform act, voting rights bill, and the creation of medical research centers; and looking towards 1966 with Gordon Elliot White covering the topics of military housing, Fort DeRussy, East-West Center, and solving the high rent problem.

Languages: English


  • Public affairs
  • Political

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