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Frederick H. Zurmuhlen

Frederick H. Zurmuhlen appears in the following:

Inwood Library Dedication

Friday, September 05, 1952

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From Dykeman and Academy Streets on upper Broadway in Manhattan.

Director of the New York Public Library, Ralph Beals, hosts ceremonies in celebration of the opening of the ...

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New York State Society of Engineers Annual Convention Dinner

Thursday, May 10, 1951

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Mayor Impelliterri speaks to the Society about civil defense.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 69872

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Role of the Department of Public Works

Wednesday, May 09, 1951

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Begins with archival (?) audio regarding the probability of atomic weapons.

Bill Leonard and Bertrand D. Jallamy, of the New York State Department of Public Works, discuss the ...

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Public Works division and Civil Defense

Monday, April 23, 1951

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Commissioner Arthur Wallander discusses civil defense with Commissioner of Public Works, Frederick Zurmuhlen.


Zurmuhlen reports that the Public Works emergency division is well organized, they have enlisted 50,000 volunteer personnel ...

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The role of the Department of Public Works in Civil Defense

Tuesday, September 19, 1950

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Sixth in series.


Commissioner of Public Works Frederick Zurmuhlen joins Commissioner Arthur Wallander to discuss the role of the Department of Public Works in the Civil Defense effort.


Zurmuhlen describes ...

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Opening of Ewing Hospital

Wednesday, August 23, 1950

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Dedication for the opening of the James Ewing Hospital for Cancer, a 300 bed 'modern' hospital. Located on 1st Ave, between 67th and 68th streets. The Ewing Hospital is affiliated with ...

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Owls Head Sewage Treatment Plant Opening Ceremonies

Wednesday, May 24, 1950

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Rpbert Moses: Our water has gotten away from us; cites a trip to Sao Paulo, where no treatment plants exist. Was told by the health commissioner that the beaches were making ...

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Gravesend Health Center Cornerstone Laying Ceremony

Friday, October 21, 1949

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Speeches touch on the need for schools in the neighborhood, inspired, perhaps, by signs held up by audience members.



Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


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Gansevoort Market Dedication

Thursday, October 20, 1949

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Description of items left in the cornerstone. Speech by Hugo E. Rogers, Borough President of Manhattan, references the hold put on local growth and upkeep during the war, the delay on ...

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New York State Society of Engineers Annual Convention Lunch

Thursday, April 21, 1949

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26th Annual meeting. Robert A Sulvick introduces host Zurmuhlen, president of the society. O'Dwyer is guest of honor, main speaker. Speeches about the damage to the city's water caused by pollution. ...

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