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John F. Mahoney

John F. Mahoney appears in the following:

Achievements of the Emergency Public Health Division

Monday, April 16, 1951

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Commissioner Wallander and Dr. John F. Mahoney, Commissioner of Health, talk about the Emergency Public Health Division.


Mahoney tells Wallander that the Public Health division is working with all of the ...

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Questions on health in the event of atomic attack

Wednesday, March 21, 1951

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Bill Leonard talks to Herman E. Hillebeau (?), Commissioner of Health for the state of New York, about listeners' concerns about health in the event of an atomic attack: a farmer ...

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Special Events Coverage : Civil Defense Plans for NYC

Wednesday, September 20, 1950

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Dr. Mahoney tells Commissioner Wallander how the Department of Health fits in to the Civil Defense Organization.


Extracted from larger compilation of Special Events coverage dated 1950-09-20.


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Role of Emergency Health Division in Civil Defense

Tuesday, August 29, 1950

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Wallander talks to John F. Mahoney talks about how the Department of Health fits in to the city's civil defense plan. Casualty Aid Stations in each district. Food inspection. Safety of ...

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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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