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MargaretWoodrowWilson-TheStarSpangledBanner.ogg(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 3 min 20 s, 130 kbps)

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The Star-Spangled Banner (the American national anthem) being performed in 1915 by Margaret Woodrow Wilson, daughter of American President Woodrow Wilson. This recording was made as a souvenir for the Panama Pacific International Exposition and part of its profits were given to the American Red Cross.

The record plate is Columbia Records number 1685 (39764). Originally manufactured by Columbia Graphophone Company.

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Author Margaret Woodrow Wilson
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Image:MargaretWoodrowWilson-TheStarSpangledBanner2.ogg Alternative conversion of same record - slightly faster rpm, less noise and static.

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current08:15, 13 August 2008
3 min 20 s (3.1 MB)Zscout370Edit to remove hiss
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