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Audio recordings by/compiled by Bob Carpenter on May 4, 1970 before, during, and after the shootings took place. Includes ringing of the Victory Bell, protest chants, tear gas being fired and thrown back at Guard, shots being fired (00:06:21), as well as reactions to the shootings, arrival of ambulances, Professor Seymour Baron's attempts to calm students, Professor Glenn Frank's plea for the students to disperse (starts at around 00:23:45), and other events in the immediate aftermath of the shootings.
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This recording was made and/or donated to Special Collections and Archives by Bob Carpenter. Please ensure the following credit line is included in any paper, presentation, or other authorized use of this content: Bob Carpenter papers. May 4 Collection. Kent State University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives.
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Ohio. Army National Guard
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May 4 Collection