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Bennett Cerf

Bennett Cerf appears in the following:

Random House Founder Bennett Cerf, as Skillful Storyteller and Humorist

Friday, August 17, 2012

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Alongside his meteoric rise as a publisher, Bennett Cerf pursued his natural talent for writing humor. 

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David Schoenbrun, Bennett Cerf, and Barbara Tuchman

Sunday, January 16, 1966

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Maurice Dolbier welcomes journalist Janet Flanner, Genet, to the podium to introduce David Schoenbrun, author of the biography "The Three Lives of Charles De Gaulle." Schienbrum pays tribute to the other ...

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Mayor Lindsay Inauguration

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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From card catalog: Bennett Cerf, Ethel Merman (sings National Anthem), remarks by Frank O'Connor, Mario Procaccino and address by Mayor.

Receptions were to be held in all five ...

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Walter Kerr, Bennet Cerf, Edward Weeks and Bernard Baruch

Tuesday, October 22, 1957

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Irita Van Doren introduces theater critic Walter Kerr to discuss his book "Pieces at Eight." Kerr charms the audience with his self-deprecating humor (as well as several jokes about his wife). ...

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Peabody Awards Seventeenth Annual Award Presentation at Hotel Roosevelt.

Tuesday, April 16, 1957

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WNYC receives two citations (for the Little Orchestra Society concerts and for Books in Profile) during the presentation of the 1956 Peabody Awards at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York City. ...

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Elizabeth Vining, Bennett Cerf, and Robert Moses

Thursday, November 27, 1952

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WNYC announcer introduces the program to the radio audience.

Van Doren introduces Vining, who talks about her book, "Windows for a Crown Prince," about working with the future ...

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George Foster Peabody... Peabody Awards.

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 73618
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