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John V. Lindsay

John V. Lindsay appears in the following:

Happy Earth Day - Now Move Your Car

Monday, April 21, 2014

WNYC

On the first Earth Day - that would be April 22, 1970 - Mayor John V. Lindsay implores New Yorkers to be more thoughtful with their parking.

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Ferdinand Marcos and John Lindsay Foster U.S.-Philippines Ties, 1966

Monday, November 12, 2012

WNYC

Ferdinand Marcos, the newly elected president of the Philippines, and his wife, Imelda, are welcomed to New York by Mayor John  Lindsay in a ceremony at City Hall. 

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Mets reception at City Hall

Monday, October 20, 1969

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Abruptly begins with audio from United Nations, interrupted at 4:30 in for the City Hall reception for the New York Mets, winners of the 1969 World Series.

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George Foreman

Thursday, January 16, 1969

Press conference with George Foreman, Olympic gold medalist and a graduate of the Job Corp. He is setting of on a tour of the United States through the Office of Economic Opportunity in Washington, DC.

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Teachers strike, Rudolph Bing and Met Opera

Sunday, September 15, 1968

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Update on the education crisis. Mayor Lindsay describes the state of events and gives some background: the Board of Education has ordered schools to open, however the teachers union has told ...

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Mayor Lindsay : Keep NYC Clean

Tuesday, August 23, 1966

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Announcement of a program for cleaning the city and continuing the drive against litter and dirt in the street. Brief ceremony regarding "C Day" and Lindsay's work with cleaning the city: ...

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Mayor's Task Force on Municipal Archives

Friday, July 08, 1966

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Press conference for the press to ask questions of the the task force to ensure the documents of the City are preserved. Mayor Lindsay opens with a description of the planned ...

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Albert S. Bard Civic Awards.

Wednesday, April 27, 1966

Albert Ward Civic Awards, 4/25/66, given for excellence in architecture & urban design. Jacob Kaplan, winner of award for civic work, etc., makes acceptance speech.
Mayor Lindsay makes keynote speech. Discusses question of good design for urban living. Question of how to handle private organization work in the cities. ...

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John Lindsay

Wednesday, March 09, 1966

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Mayor John Lindsay speaks the day after implementing a city tax for residents of the city of New York as well as on commuters who earn their income in the city. ...

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Americans for Democratic Action Roosevelt Day Dinner

Thursday, January 27, 1966

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Theme of the evening: Human resources in an abundant society."

Begins with room noise and chatter. Mayor Lindsay introduces head table, welcomes guests. Howard J. Samuels, dinner co-chairman, ...

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Seymour Siegel Swearing In

Tuesday, January 25, 1966

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From card catalog: Swearing in of Seymour N. Siegel, director of WNYC, comments on WNYC, Mike Quill, etc.

Siegel and Lindsay perform the swearing in. Each thanks the ...

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Transit Strike Press Conference

Monday, January 03, 1966

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Recording opens with room noise before press conference. Reporter describes the states of affairs - the talks to end the strike were unsuccessful, people have been asked to stay home to ...

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Press Conference on Transit Strike

Monday, January 03, 1966

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From card catalog: State of negotiations, appeals to the people of the city.

Mayor Lindsay updates the city, even though there's no update on the transit strike. The ...

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Mayor Lindsay : Transit Strike Helicopter Report

Monday, January 03, 1966

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John Lindsay reports on traffic into the city from a helicopter. He passes over the Manhattan as well as the boroughs, reporting on the conditions of traffic throughout. In general the ...

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Press Conference on Transit Strike

Monday, January 03, 1966

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From card catalog: Review of day; schools open; fare increase. Timothy Costello speaks of the efforts of city government to settle strike.

Mayor Lindsay's just returned from a ...

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Press Conference on Transit Strike

Sunday, January 02, 1966

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From card catalog: State of city and negotiations. Employees are not to worry about coming to work, schools reopen Tuesday, etc.

Mayor Lindsay gives an update on the ...

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Mayor Lindsay Inauguration

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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From card catalog: Bennett Cerf, Ethel Merman (sings National Anthem), remarks by Frank O'Connor, Mario Procaccino and address by Mayor.

Receptions were to be held in all five ...

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Statement on Transit Strike

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Direct appeal to the people of the city and report of negotiations between the Transport Workers Union and the Transit Authority. Emergency plans for maintaining essential city services. Increased police department ...

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Mayor Lindsay : Head Start Spot

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Mayor John Lindsay appears in a ...

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Transit Strike Report from City Hall

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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From card catalog: Comments to reporters, progress, regulations for motorists, appeal to employers to use cars only for emergencies.

Begins abruptly with Mayor Lindsay detailing broken negotiations between ...

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