TV Guide Magazine for September 24-30, 1960, "Fall Preview, 1960-1961 Shows"

Summary

The first televised debate between Senator Kennedy and Vice President Nixon was considered a turning point in the 1960 Presidential election. This TV Guide cover announced the new fall lineup while inside an article reminded viewers to watch this debate on Monday, September 26, 1960. It stated, "In an unprecedented event, the citizen in his living room witnesses a campaign debate staged specifically for him."

The first televised debate between Senator Kennedy and Vice President Nixon was considered a turning point in the 1960 Presidential election. This TV Guide cover announced the new fall lineup while inside an article reminded viewers to watch this debate on Monday, September 26, 1960. It stated, "In an unprecedented event, the citizen in his living room witnesses a campaign debate staged specifically for him."

Artifact

Magazine (Periodical)

Date Made

24 September 1960

Subject Date

24 September 1960-30 September 1960

Creators

Triangle Publications, Inc. 

Kramer Miller Lomden Glassman 

Place of Creation

United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Creator Notes

Cover designed by Kramer Miller Lomden Glassman; published by Triangle Publications, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

2013.96.1

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Printing (Process)

Color

Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 7.375 in

Width: 5.125 in

Thickness: .188 in

Inscriptions

Text on front cover: FALL / preview / 1960-1961 SHOWS

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