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Meeting recorded on October 4, 1940, audio tape 48-61-1 (1) and (2) FDRL.
In 1947, Ampex Corporation sold its first Ampex Model 200 audio tape recorders as a viable commercial product, aided by the 3M Corporation, which created the crucial magnetic tape medium for the recorders.
Author interview with Donovan Chase, January 15, 1988, Santa Rosa, California, audio tape and transcript in author’s file.
See transcript of Oval Office audio tape of October 4, 1940, 48–61:1 (1) and (2) FDRL, in which President Roosevelt can be heard discussing “fool things that Japan might do.”
After closing the door, he pushed PLAY with a latexed fingertip—Brass noted that Grissom brought the same anal-retentive precision to the simple procedure of playing an audio tape cassette as he would to one of his bizarre experiments involving blood spatter spray patterns or insect eating patterns.
On September 6, 1940, FDR discussed the Grant-Howard dispatch in audio tape 48-61:1 3, transcribed by the author from cassettes furnished by FDRL.