Mayor John V. Lindsay

Mayor John V. Lindsay appears in the following:

Mayor Lindsay Press Conference

Monday, April 20, 1970

Mayor Lindsay Press Conference,

Passover begins this evening and the Mayor relays his best wishes to New York City's Jewish community.

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Mentions his talks with the leaders of Local 32B of the building service employees and contract negotiations.
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Mayor Lindsay Press Conference

Thursday, April 16, 1970

Mayor Lindsay Press Conference on budget and fiscal package,

"The fiscal package that we have agreed on today represents a major breakthrough for the big six cities and for the special needs of New York City during the intensive negotiations in Albany in the last two days. ...

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Mayor Lindsay Statement Feed from CBS

Monday, April 13, 1970

Mayor Lindsay Statement:

"Good evening I'm reporting to you tonight on the budget talks between the city and the state. When these discussions began four months ago. The city as a result of mandatory increases inflation and cuts in state aid needed $750 billion to balance its ...

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Mayor Lindsay Press Conference

Wednesday, March 18, 1970

Mayor Lindsay Press Conference

Gentlemen as you know tomorrow the community school board elections take place these are the first elections. Under the new law and they will occur in the boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Richmond. Obviously this is terribly important to the future ...

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Mayor Lindsay Press Conference

Tuesday, February 24, 1970

Brief Mayor Lindsay press conference assuring reporters he is currently not running for higher office i.e. Governor.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 151254
Municipal archives id: T7361

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Mayor Lindsay Press Conference

Tuesday, February 17, 1970

Lindsay says he's asked the city's three deputy mayor is to serve as chairman of local urban action task forces to underscore the commitment that he has to. neighborhood government. This includes the Bay Ridge Urban Action Task Force, The Flushing Jamaica task force and the Park Chester/Westchester task force. ...

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Mayor Lindsay's Program

Sunday, February 08, 1970

Lindsay talks about "a hilarious new play that has opened on Broadway called Sheep on the Runway" by Art Buchwald who joins the Mayor in the studio. Lindsay interviews Buchwald about the play and current politics and events. They take questions from the studio audience.



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Roger Flood retirement [and] Ramos Gomez appointment; HRA divestment of payment power

Friday, February 06, 1970

Two announcements by New York City John V. Lindsay: the appointment of Aramis Gomez as member of the Housing Authority, and a move to take away some payment powers from the Human Resources Administration.

Mayor Lindsay announces the appointment of Aramis Gomez as new member of the ...

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Press Conference on Appointments to the Housing and Development Administration

Tuesday, January 06, 1970

Mayor John V. Lindsay appoints Albert A. Walsh, Edwin Greenidge and Benjamin Altman to the Housing and Development Administration.

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Mayor Lindsay Statement on Apollo 13

Thursday, January 01, 1970

The exact date of this episode is unknown. We've filled in the date above with a placeholder. What we actually have on record is: 1970-uu-uu.

Mayor Lindsay Statement on Apollo 13.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 151563
Municipal archives id: T7814

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New Year's Eve Promos

Wednesday, December 31, 1969

Mayor John V. Lindsay, in two public service announcements, wishes New Yorkers well on New Year's Eve and in the coming decade.

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Press Conference on Transportation Taxes and Weather Conditions

Saturday, December 27, 1969

Mayor Lindsay comments on a recent snowstorm and a formal request to Governor Rockefeller and William J. Ronan to support a plan to raise taxes affecting automobile drivers.

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Testimonial Dinner for Albert Shanker

Wednesday, December 24, 1969

Mayor John V. Lindsay surprises the audience at a testimonial dinner in honor of Albert Shanker, President of the United Federation of Teachers.

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Press Conference on the Appointment of Edward A. Morrison and New Year's Eve Celebrations in Central Park

Monday, December 22, 1969

At this press conference, Mayor John V. Lindsay announces the appointment of Edward A. Morrison as Special Assistant to the Mayor, acting primarily as a liaison to the City Council, a "chief policy man and nut and bolt man." Succeeding Robert M. Blum, Morrison will work towards moving City Hall ...

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Press Conference 1969-11-21

Friday, November 21, 1969

Lindsay remarks on Spiro Agnew's attacks on the press; salary increases for top city government officials; Vietnam protests; and the Marcus Affair.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 151732
Municipal archives id: T7242

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Press Conference 1969-11-21

Friday, November 21, 1969

Lindsay press conference. The topics include; fare rate increases for the subway system from 20 cents to 30 cents; the defeat of Supreme Court nominee Clement Haynsworth; a court ruling election provision on the decentralization law.

Speakers include Theodore Kheel, labor mediator, speaks about the transit dare ...

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Mayor Lindsay Calls for a Special Session of the New York State Legislature

Thursday, November 06, 1969

Lindsay calls on the New York State Legislature to restore funding to medicaid, welfare and mass transportation in a special session.

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WINS Feed of 1969 Mayoral Debate

Thursday, October 23, 1969

John V. Lindsay, John J. Marchi and Mario A. Procaccino debate in the 1969 Mayoral Election, originally broadcasted on Radio Station WINS.

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Mets reception at City Hall

Monday, October 20, 1969

The Mets WIN BIG!

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John V. Lindsay, John Marchi and John Burns Talk to the Women's City Club About the 1969 Mayoral Election

Thursday, October 09, 1969

Mayor John V. Lindsay and New York State Senator John Marchi address the Women's City Club on why they deserve to be the next Mayor of New York City.

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