Posts Tagged: Democratic National Convention

vintage TV set

TV’s Eye on the Conventions

TV and the Convention Live television coverage of national party conventions has been a feature of US presidential campaigns since 1948. But the broadcast tradition seems to be running out of steam as fewer and fewer people each year are

vintage TV set

TV’s Eye on the Conventions

TV and the Convention Live television coverage of national party conventions has been a feature of US presidential campaigns since 1948. But the broadcast tradition seems to be running out of steam as fewer and fewer people each year are

High Noon at the Democratic Convention 1960 PartII

The 1960 Democratic Convention was a high-steppin, wild west of a  good time, and my family and myself had front row seats in front of our Philco. It was as rip roarin, rip snortin a time as any western on

High Noon at the Democratic Convention 1960 PartII

The 1960 Democratic Convention was a high-steppin, wild west of a  good time, and my family and myself had front row seats in front of our Philco. It was as rip roarin, rip snortin a time as any western on

vintage illustration boy and girl cowboys 1950s

High Noon at the 1960 Democratic Convention

  I wasn’t but knee-high to a lamb when Walter Cronkite sheparded me into the New Frontier that hot summer of 1960. A trustworthy thoroughbred if ever there was one, Walter “Curly” Cronkite safely steered me and my family through

vintage illustration boy and girl cowboys 1950s

High Noon at the 1960 Democratic Convention

  I wasn’t but knee-high to a lamb when Walter Cronkite sheparded me into the New Frontier that hot summer of 1960. A trustworthy thoroughbred if ever there was one, Walter “Curly” Cronkite safely steered me and my family through