Helen Hayes

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Rex Stout, Helen Hayes, and William O. Douglas

Monday, February 14, 1966

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Maurice Dolbier introduces Rex Stout, author of the Nero Wolfe mysteries, the most recent of which was "The Doorbell Rang." The book's plot revolves around the actions of the FBI under ...

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Multiple Sclerosis Campaign, Celebrity Spot Announcements

Tuesday, March 15, 1955

The following celebrities make an appeal to the public to donate to the Multiple Sclerosis Campaign of 1955:

1. Shirley Booth
2. Ed Sullivan
3. Perry Como
4. Rosemary Clooney
5. Bob Hope
6. Joan Fontaine
7. Arlene Francis
8. ...

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March of Dimes Program, City Hall

Tuesday, January 06, 1953

Eartha Kitt and Wally Cox (Mr. Peepers) join an all-star cast at City Hall for The March of Dimes.

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March of Dimes Program, City Hall

Wednesday, January 02, 1952

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Speeches and performances for the rally of the opening of the 1952 March of Dimes campaign on the steps of City Hall.

Earl Wrightson sings the Star Spangled ...

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Civil Defense inaugural ceremonies

Monday, November 19, 1951

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WNYC announcer Tommy Cowan describes the parade coming into City Hall Plaza for the Department of Defense inaugural ceremonies. Included are many female members of the military and civil defense effort. ...

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Christmas Seals Campaign 1949

Saturday, January 01, 1949

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Celebrity radio spots asking for donations ...

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