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Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States.
Release Dates: Jan 2,1958 - Jan 27,1958
Jan 2, (Release 1)- DEATH CLAIMS DAREDEVIL: At Orange Bowl, hydroplane driver is killed in accident; BOWL GAMES: OHIO STATE WINS ROSE BOWL 10-7 AFTER OREGON MISSES FIELD GOAL.
SOONERS ROUT DUKE IN ORANGE BOWL;
OLE MISS 39, TEXAS 7 IN SUGAR BOWL;
MIDDIES BEAT RICE 20-7 IN COTTON BOWL;
LIONS CLAW BROWNS 59-14
Jan 6, (Release 2)- The inauguration of Philippine President Garcia; POLIO FIGHTERS: 20th March of Dimes is opened; TRAIN DISASTER: 34 die in India; HORSE LAUGH: style show for horses. MR. BERLIN: German muscle-men flaunt themselves; SKI MEET: Russia's Kamenski wins in Bavaria; BARREL JUMPING: championship among top skaters.
Jan 9, (Release 3)- In State of the Union message, Ike confronts Soviet advances; MOTHERS IN RED CHINA: three mothers search for their missing sons; BOMARC IN PRODUCTION: an interceptor missile is produced;
NEW YORK HAT FASHIONS: a preview of Spring hats; NOVICE GOLDEN GLOVERS: The Golden Gloves tournament opens.
Jan 13, (Release 4)- ATLAS ICBM FIRED: A successful missile test; REDS FREE AIRMAN: Major Howard Curran freed from Albanian captivity; INDONESIA EVACUEES GREETED: Dutch Queen greets deportees from Indonesia's anti-Dutch drive; INDIA HAILS MACMILLAN: The first visit by a British Prime Minister; FASHION PARADE: Spring fasions; WEST BEATS EAST 26-7, IN PRO BOWL.
Jan 16, (Release 5)- Ike's first press conference since his stroke; SAHARA OIL: Oil to be shipped, despite threat of Algerian sabotage; JAPANESE NAVY. The Japanese Navy heads for Hawaii; SKI JUMP CHAMPS. 26 top U.S. skiers compete to contend in the World's Championship;
SLED DOG RACE. A 2-day Huskee Marathon.
Jan 20, (Release 6)- A POLISH EXPEDITION: arctic venture in Red scientific drive; LONDONERS DEBATE: Princess Rose's portrait; WANDERLUST: Italian Army allows conscript to fly to his fiancee; HUSTLER: B-58 Hustler carries H-bombs with speed; NATIONAL BOAT SHOW; GOLDEN GLOVES: Shoma scores K.O. victory.
Jan 23, (Release 7)- THOR: new IRBM tested; FAMINE: U.S. aids Indian famine with grain donation; BLIZZARD: Kansas City paralyzed by snowstorm; JAPANESE FILM WEEK: Japan's film stars in New York; GLOBAL FASHION PARADE; AUSTRIA SKI THRILLER: Olympic champion is defeated.
Jan 27, (Release 8)- TYRANT: Venezuela hails the end of dictator Jimenez; AGA KHAN: The new Aga Khan is invested as Imam of the sect; LONDON FIRE: Smithfield market is destroyed; ROUND HOUSE: Germany ships houses to Belgian Congo; AUSTRIA SPORTS: Italians win bobsledding; FILMAKERS MEET: In NYC, the industry has annual Breakfast.
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