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Robert F. Wagner

Robert F. Wagner appears in the following:

Robert F. Kennedy

Tuesday, August 25, 1964

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From card catalog: Robert F. Kennedy announces that he will accept the Democratic nomination to run for US Senator from New York. He talks about the candidacy and why he wants ...

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Statement supporting Robert F. Kennedy for Senator from New York

Friday, August 21, 1964

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Mayor Robert F. Wagner announces his support of Robert F. Kennedy's bid for candidacy for Senator in New York state. He also makes clear that he has no intention of pursuing ...

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Statement on Harlem Riot

Wednesday, July 22, 1964

The Mayor returns early from vacation and calls for law and order.

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International Ladies Garment Workers Union 50th Anniversary

Saturday, June 06, 1964

David Dubinsky, president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), gives the keynote address. Subjects include shorter work hours, better wages, sanitary conditions, and health care. There were a number of people who wouldn't give up to make working conditions better for people. As much as people fought, he ...

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Mayor Robert F. Wagner

Wednesday, June 03, 1964

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From card catalog: Mayor Robert Wagner speaks about the Democratic primaries that occurred the previous day. He makes a political talk against bossism and about the "new" Democratic party. Question and ...

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1964 U.S. Conference of Mayors Part One

Monday, May 25, 1964

Addresses by Robert Wagner, Ray Tucker, Willard Wirtz, and others not named.

Robert F. Wagner welcoming address. Wagner was elected President of the Mayor's Conference in 1957. Housing, Transportation, Crime, the Economy, Air Pollution. The tempo and intensity of the problems of U.S. cities have increased. The ...

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Opening of New York World's Fair for 1964

Wednesday, April 22, 1964

President LBJ celebrates the 'genius of man' at the opening of the World's Fair.

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La Guardia New Air Terminal Dedication

Thursday, April 16, 1964

Commissioner Sloan Colt introduces Mario J. Cariello, Borough President of Queens, Mayor Robert F. Wagner, and Robert Moses. Robert Moses gives the dedication and tells several humorous anecdotes about Mayor La Guardia. He talks about the 'authority principal', a working partnership of government an business.


Audio courtesy of the ...

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A Conversation with Mayor Robert F. Wagner

Friday, January 31, 1964

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Bill Beutel (WABC TV), Jim Jensen (WCBS TV), and Gabe Pressman (WNBC TV) question Mayor Robert F. Wagner. In his 12th year as Mayor, Wagner says that he plans to pursue ...

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Hall of Science Dedication

Wednesday, January 01, 1964

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Mayor Wagner's statement regarding City Hall Sit-ins

Thursday, August 22, 1963

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Recording opens with press officer describing the conference proceedings.

Mayor Wagner makes brief statement regarding the arrest of individuals participating in a civil rights sit-in at the Mayor's ...

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Mayor Wagner and Secretary of Labor Wirtz on JOIN

Monday, July 01, 1963

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Press conference with Mayor Robert F. Wagner and Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz to announce a $3,000,000 program called Job Orientation in the Neighborhood (JOIN). The program is co-funded by ...

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Penn Station South Dedication of Housing Development

Saturday, May 19, 1962

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Penn. Station South Dedication of Housing Development.

Speakers:
David Dubinsky, President International Ladies' Garment Workers (ILGW);
Abraham Kazan, Pres. of United Housing foundation;
Robert Moses, ...

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Mayor Wagner : Oath of office ceremony

Sunday, December 31, 1961

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New Year's Eve swearing in ceremonies at Gracie Mansion. Mayor Wagner is sworn in for his third term as mayor as New York's 102nd mayor at Gracie Mansion.


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Mayor Wagner acceptance speech

Thursday, August 10, 1961

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Mayor Wagner makes a joke about being suspicious because he is half Irish. The venue for this event is unclear.


Wagner states that his opposition has conceded the election. He ...

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Mayor Wagner on Graft

Saturday, January 07, 1961

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Series of three radio spots featuring Mayor Wagner. He asks the public to not contribute to corruption by tipping or bribing city employees. He also asks the public to write in ...

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Teacher's Strike

Tuesday, November 08, 1960

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Mayor Robert F. Wagner speaks about the teacher's strike. Talks about discussions with the AFL-CIO.

Dr. John Theobald reports on the absence of approximately 4,000 teachers at schools ...

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Juvenile Delinquency Spots

Tuesday, August 16, 1960

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Series of ten radio spots by Mayor Wagner warning against juvenile delinquency. Wagner reminds parents of their duties, importance of spending time with children, knowing where they are at all times ...

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Modern Zoning in New York City

Tuesday, May 10, 1960

Mayor Wagner addresses re-zoning and city planning efforts in New York City. He details the threats to the future development of the city, and improvement efforts his administration will undertake. His plans touch on virtually all of New York and focus on the interconnectedness of the five boroughs. He stresses ...

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Van Cliburn Day Ceremonies

Tuesday, May 20, 1958

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Juilliard President William Schuman jokingly changes the pronunciation of Mayor Wagner's echo the German pronunciation. He speaks of the triumph in Moscow and what it means for American music's reputation around ...

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