14.277Recordings of literature, lectures, and such
Recordings of drama, prose or poetry readings, lectures, and the like are treated much the same as musical recordings. Facts of publication, where needed, follow the style for print media. For electronic sources, include information about the medium; online sources should include a URL or similar identifier (see 14.4–13). See also 14.280.
1. Dylan Thomas, Under Milk Wood, performed by Dylan Thomas et al., Caedmon TC-2005, 1953, 33⅓ rpm, 2 LPs.2. Harry S. Truman, “First Speech to Congress,” April 16, 1945, transcript and Adobe Flash audio, 18:13, Miller Center of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, http://millercenter.org/scripps/archive/speeches/detail/3339.3. Calvin Coolidge, “Equal Rights” (speech), copy of an undated 78 rpm disc, ca. 1920, Library of Congress, “American Leaders Speak: Recordings from World War I and the 1920 Election, 1918–1920,” RealAudio and WAV formats, http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/nfhtml/nforSpeakers01.html.4. Eleanor Roosevelt, “Is America Facing World Leadership?,” convocation speech, Ball State Teacher’s College, May 6, 1959, radio broadcast, Windows Media Audio, 47:46, http://libx.bsu.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/ElRoos&CISOPTR=0&CISOBOX=1&REC=2.