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Robert F. Wagner

Robert F. Wagner appears in the following:

United Parent's Association Annual Conference

Saturday, January 16, 1965

[this is a partial recording.]

Speakers: James B. Donovan, President of the Board of Education; Robert F.. Wagner, Mayor; Dr. John H. Fisher, President of Teacher's College, Columbia University.



Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 150636
Municipal ...

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Welfare Worker's Strike

Sunday, January 10, 1965

Mayor Wagner addresses the Welfare Worker's Strike.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 150635
Municipal archives id: T907

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Welfare Worker's Strike

Sunday, January 10, 1965

Special address by Mayor Robert F. Wagner discusses the now week-long strike of welfare workers against the Dept. of Welfare. He mentions his efforts to repeal Condon-Wadlin Act Tape feed is a pick up from CBS.

Wagner talks of the weeks of negotiations with top union leaders ...

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Documentary 1050 : You, Robert Wagner

Friday, January 01, 1965

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From card catalog: Documentary 1050, "You, ...

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Community Salute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Thursday, December 17, 1964

After City Hall, the celebrations were taken uptown to Harlem.

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Reception for Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Thursday, December 17, 1964

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Hubert Humphrey speaks. Grateful that Dr. King returned safely, "can think of no one that has done more to give true meaning to that precious word called 'peace.'"

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City Hall Event for MLK's Nobel Prize

Thursday, December 17, 1964

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Announcer introduces program, at City Hall Dept of Sanitation Band performs and another announcer describes the room and schedule.


National Anthem. Monsignor Gregor L. Mooney delivers invocation.


Richard C. Patterson, ...

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Statement on the Death of Former Mayor William O'Dwyer

Tuesday, November 24, 1964

Statement on O'Dwyer's death by Paul R. Screvane, President of City Council and Mayor Robert F. Wagner.

I join Mayor William O'Dwyer's many friends both here and abroad in expressing my heartfelt sadness in his passing. It was my privilege to work for many years with this ...

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Verrazano Narrows Bridge Dedication

Saturday, November 21, 1964

Verrazano-Narrows bridge dedication.

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1964 Lasker Awards Luncheon

Thursday, November 19, 1964

Lasker Awards Luncheon from 1964. Details listed here:

http://www.laskerfoundation.org/awards/year/1964/

Luncheon includes the following notable speakers and guests: Senator Elect Robert Kennedy, Dr. Farber. Robert Wagner, Nathan S. Klein, Renato Dulbecco, Harry Rubin.

The luncheon begins with remarks from Senator Elect Kennedy. ...

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[Dedication of Carnegie Hall as a national historic landmark]

Friday, November 06, 1964

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Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the Interior, speaks at the dedication of Carnegie Hall as a national historic landmark.


Mayor Robert F. Wagner follows with short speech describing how the decision ...

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Wagner Statement on the Democratic Electoral Victory

Wednesday, November 04, 1964

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Woman heard at open describing the format for conference, radio first, followed by television, 4 minutes each.


Mayor Robert F. Wagner makes a statement on the Democratic victory in the legislature ...

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New York City's 1964 Salute to Fall

Friday, October 30, 1964

Salute to New York City's tri-centennial

Musical Selections: New York City Department of Sanitation Band, John Celebre, Conductor

Processional: Armed Services Color Guard. Massed Colors, New York City Fire Department

National Anthem: New York City Department of Sanitation Band
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Statement on Herbert Hoover's death

Tuesday, October 20, 1964

Statement on Herbert Hoover's death


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 150557
Municipal archives id: T11

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Hall of Science Dedication

Wednesday, September 09, 1964

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Shorter version of T249, T250, Catalog # 6186.

Dedication of the World's Fair Hall of Science. City Council President Paul Screvane opens the dedication by describing how the ...

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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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