Fiorello H. La Guardia

Fiorello H. La Guardia appears in the following:

Police Academy Graduation

Sunday, September 20, 1942

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The Very Reverend Joseph McCaffrey, Catholic chaplain of the NYPD give the invocation, followed by the singing of the Lord's Prayer. Next, Reverend John H. Johnson, Episcopal chaplain for the NYPD ...

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September 20, 1942

Sunday, September 20, 1942

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Civil Defense Equipment Demonstrations; Fuel Oil Situation in N.Y. Food Prices; Collecting Metal Scrap.

The theme song of this episode performed by the New York City Police Department ...

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September 6, 1942

Sunday, September 06, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 71748

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Labor Day Ceremonies in Central Park

Sunday, September 06, 1942

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Connee Boswell sings "This Is Worth Fighting For."

Unnamed speaker (likely Sidney Hillman) speaks about the realities of war and the strength of the nation and labor forces ...

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July 26, 1942

Sunday, July 26, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72875

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July 12, 1942

Sunday, July 12, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72867

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July 5, 1942

Sunday, July 05, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72857

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June 28, 1942

Sunday, June 28, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72800

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June 21, 1942

Sunday, June 21, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72789

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June 14, 1942

Sunday, June 14, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72786

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June 7, 1942

Sunday, June 07, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 72785

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May 24, 1942

Sunday, May 24, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 71713

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May 17, 1942

Sunday, May 17, 1942

I Am An American Day, pinball machine racket, World War II, Dim-out regulations for buildings, signs and outdoor lighting and helmets for police and air raid wardens.

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May 10, 1942

Sunday, May 10, 1942

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WNYC archives id: 71640

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April 19, 1942

Sunday, April 19, 1942

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Civil defense; I Am An American Day parade (New York at War); aluminum plant in New York; trade registration.


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La Guardia address to members of NYA Orchestra

Sunday, April 05, 1942

Music is not a luxury, it is a necessity!

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March 15, 1942

Sunday, March 15, 1942

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War news, report on electric and illuminated signs in regard to blackout, speed laws, commendation of Dr. Rappleye, tin can drive.



WNYC archives id: 52909
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February 8, 1942

Sunday, February 08, 1942

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Civilian Defense preparations; Formation of NYC guard patrol. Final C.D. announcement repeated in Italian, German.

Announcements: Police Commissioner Valentine's Messenger Corps in the Air Raid Warden service. Boys ...

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Dept of Sanitation : Mayor & Carey

Thursday, January 01, 1942

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4th annual department of Sanitation awards ...

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The Problem of German and Italian Nationals in the United States

Thursday, December 11, 1941

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Mayor la Guardia speaks about the prospects for Italian and German immigrants after the declaration of war with the United States from Italy and Germany.


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