San Francisco in the 1940s [Decades Series]

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Episode from KRON-TV's Decades series made in 1997 which uses original news footage and contemporary interviews to reflect on Bay Area history from the 1940s, including issues relating to: the rapid growth of San Francisco; the Golden Gate International Exposition; World War II; sports; the ship building industry; the internment of Japanese American citizens; the movies and the United Nations Conference on International Organization (UNCIO). Also features interviews with: Herb Caen; Edmund G. Brown, Sr.; Anna Logan Upton; Precious Mack; Dave Tatsuno; K. Morgan Yamanaka; Rose Pistola and Milli Robbins. This program was written and produced by Pamela Rorke-Levy, edited by Susan Burgess-Lent and narrated by Sidney Walker. This Emmy Award winning series traced the rich history of San Francisco throughout the Twentieth Century. Opening graphic designed by Carrie Hawks.

Originally aired on
KRON-TV
Date aired
1997
Recording medium
BetaSP videotape
48:30
Rights for this video belong to
Young Broadcasting of San Francisco, Inc.
Type of material
Special program
Identifier
KRON 5802
Views
5708

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Interesting series!!

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