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Joe Fishler

Joe Fishler appears in the following:

Staten Island

Friday, October 24, 1947

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Second program in a series (each Friday at 6:30) created in cooperation with the New York City Tunnel Authority.

Joe and Alice talk about why, where, and how ...

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Election Day Returns : [Thomas E. Dewey's victory over James Mead for Governor]

Tuesday, November 05, 1946

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Seymour Siegel introduces the evening by explaining the station's plans for the evening. Analysts are on hand to analyze the election figures. Predictions will be made from election trends. Musical and ...

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Charles de Gaulle City Hall Reception

Monday, August 27, 1945

Medals are being pinned on chests left and right.

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Eisenhower Day Ceremonies

Monday, June 18, 1945

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WNYC announcers present live coverage of General Dwight D. Eisenhower's reception in New York City following the declaration of defeat of German forces. Announcers describe all aspects of the day: the ...

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American Ballad Singers

Wednesday, February 12, 1941

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2nd Annual WNYC American Music Festival

Begins abruptly with musical performance. WNYC’s Joe Fishler announces Elie Siegmeister’s work, Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight sung by the American Ballad ...

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Election Day Returns : [Roosevelt's Victory over Wendell Willkie for President]

Tuesday, November 05, 1940

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Seymour Siegel explains how the night's coverage will go. Joe Fishler, at the Police Headquarters, comments further on anonymous voting and the setup at Police Headquarters. Hotel Biltmore, headquarters of Democratic ...

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Times Square at the Theater Hour : Cornelia Otis Skinner

Monday, January 01, 1940

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Hudson River

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Created in cooperation with the New ...

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