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WFIU Time Capsule: 1950

What were the top news stories of 1950, how about top songs and television shows? Listen here as WFIU goes back in time to 1950...

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Looking back to the year 1950.

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Jessie Wallner

Jessie is a New Hampshire native and is currently finishing graduate degrees in Ethnomusicology and Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University. Jessie lived in Nepal and India for two years studying Tibetan music in exile. She enjoys sailing and ethnographic filmmaking.

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