Senate Recording Studios 1966
Contains various film recordings of Senator Daniel K. Inouye filmed in the Senate Recording Studios in 1965. Reel includes message about voter registration drive led by the Citizens Action Committee; Interview with KGMB Washington correspondent Gordon Elliot White about the proposed National Park at Kōkeʻe, Kauaʻi; Supreme Court ruling on Hawaiʻi Constitutional Convention and the reapportionment of senatorial districts; address to high school graduates class of 1966; promotional for show "Accent on Accomplishment" covering the Democratic Party in Hawaiʻi; message to newly naturalized U.S. citizens; two endorsements for Kenneth "Kenny" Francis Kamuokalani Brown's campaign for Lt. Governor; and interview with William "Bill" Graham [of the Matson Navigation Company] the 1965 President of the Hawaiʻi State Society who were awarded the Haynes Memorial Trophy by the Council of States Society in 1965.
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