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Leopold Stokowski

Tuesday, October 28, 1952

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Leopold Stokowski discusses two upcoming concerts at the Museum of Modern Art of modern American orchestral music by young composers.

For more on Leopold Stokowski, please visit http://www.wnyc.org/blogs/neh-preservation-project/2013/jan/04/leopold-stokowski/. ...

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National Antique Show

Sunday, January 01, 1950

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6th annual National Antiques Show at ...

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Edward L. Kingsley

Monday, December 19, 1949

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Edward L. Kingsley is interviewed about the foreign motion film industry in the United States. They discuss particular films that Kingsley's company have released in America, including "Torment" and "Fame Is ...

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Children's Carnival at MoMA

Thursday, December 01, 1949

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Victor D'Amico, director of the education ...

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David Alman

Thursday, December 01, 1949

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David Alman, president of Contemporary Writers ...

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Election Day Returns : [Herbert Lehman's victory over John Foster Dulles for Senator; O'Dwyer is Reelected Mayor over Newbold Morris]

Tuesday, November 08, 1949

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Seymour Siegel introduces the coverage by announcing the closing of the polls (7pm) and doing a roll call of remote locations: John Savage at Police Headquarters; Ed Jones at the Post ...

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Mind Over Music, 1949-08-31

Wednesday, August 31, 1949

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Musical quiz show with the strangely sarcastic John Savage. August 31, 1949(?) The panelists include Walter Hendl, former Assistant Conductor of the New York Philharmonic; Vernon Duke, composer of Cabin in ...

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International Air Exposition : Official Mayor O'Dwyer's Day

Saturday, August 07, 1948

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Recording of air show and speeches in honor of Mayor O'Dwyer, as part of New York City's Golden Jubilee and the opening of Idlewild Airport.

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A. Herbert Fedder

Thursday, November 01, 1900

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A. Herbert Fedder, member of the ...

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Peter Jacobson

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Peter Jacobson, of the newly formed ...

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George Schaefer

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Opening of the second half of ...

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Ruth Sylvester

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Interview with Ruth Sylvester, staff recreation ...

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Traffic Safety and Campaign

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Begins abruptly with an interview with ...

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