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Sgt. Grover Choate sound disc

Accession Numbers

89-045

Physical Description

1 10" reel to reel analog audio tape (TTA-0097)

Dates

February (?) 1943  

Provenance and Acquisition Information

Given by the Choate family, Cookeville, Tennessee, May 1990.

Agency History/Biographical Sketch

Sgt. Grover Choate was stationed at Camp (now Fort) Roberts, Paso Robles, California, where he served with the 181st Army.  

Scope and Content

"Living Letter" instantaneous disc (copy) recorded by Sgt. Grove Choate at the U.S.O. Club, Paso Robles, California in 1943. The disc includes the songs "Walkin' the Floor Over You" with guitar and "My Old Pal of Yesterday" performed by Choate. The letter was sent to Miss Julia (Choate) Roselanic.  

Location

The tape is filed by tape number with other archival audio visual materials.

Subject(s)

Popular music

Creators

Choate, Grover Sgt.

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