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Vincent R. Impellitteri

Vincent R. Impellitteri appears in the following:

Testimonial Dinner in Honor of Nathaniel Goldstein

Wednesday, May 07, 1952

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Testimonial dinner in honor of Nathaniel Goldstein, New York State Attorney General. He chaired the national campaign for the medical college of Yeshiva University. (Which eventually became the Albert Einstein College ...

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Sanitation Cleanup Drive

Saturday, May 03, 1952

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From card catalog: Proclamation of May 5 - May 17, 1952, as "Spring Clean-Up Weeks" and the presentation of "Clean City" awards to school children.

Commissioner of Sanitation, ...

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Chamber of Commerce Debate on Taxes

Thursday, February 07, 1952

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Recording of reactions to Mayor Impellitteri's message of Jan 1952 regarding the city's budget. Responses include topics of taxes, real estate, and transportation. Additional speakers include Paul Wendells and Lefford Holtz.


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March of Dimes Program, City Hall

Wednesday, January 02, 1952

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Speeches and performances for the rally of the opening of the 1952 March of Dimes campaign on the steps of City Hall.

Earl Wrightson sings the Star Spangled ...

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Clothing Drive for Korea

Friday, December 21, 1951

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Mayor Vincent R. Impellitteri proclaims the Clothing drive for Korea to take place between November 19 - December 3, 1951. States that there is much distress among UN soldiers because of ...

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Air raid alert test drill

Wednesday, November 28, 1951

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Opens with beeping, followed by siren. Announcer states that this is an official New York City air raid alert drill. He instructs all to take shelter without delay.


Siren continues. ...

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Civil Defense inaugural ceremonies

Monday, November 19, 1951

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WNYC announcer Tommy Cowan describes the parade coming into City Hall Plaza for the Department of Defense inaugural ceremonies. Included are many female members of the military and civil defense effort. ...

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American Legion Parade

Saturday, August 11, 1951

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Tommy Cowan reports on the American Legion Parade. Talks about how lucky New Yorkers are to have strangers visit - it helps us to relive the experience of New York. Tommy ...

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Sugar Ray Robinson Tribute

Thursday, August 02, 1951

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Speeches and ceremony to greet Sugar Ray on his return from England, after losing his middleweight championship to Randy Turpin. Walter Winchell thanks Robinson for his contribution to cancer research funding ...

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Civil defense recruiting rally

Saturday, July 21, 1951

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Cowan introduces the program. Lucy Monroe sings the Star Spangled Banner. Cowan narrates as a banner is strung across Broadway (it doesn't seem to be going well).

Whalen introduces ...

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Dedication of St. Claire's Hospital

Friday, June 29, 1951

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Ceremonies marking the dedication and blessing of the new nurses' school and residence of St. Claire's Hospital in Manhattan. Also the 50th anniversary of religious life Sister Mary Alice. Reporter David ...

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Dedication of St. George Ferry Terminal

Monday, June 11, 1951

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Speeches celebrating the new ferry terminal. Focus on transportation in and around Staten Island.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 69546
Municipal archives id: ...

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New York State Society of Engineers Annual Convention Dinner

Thursday, May 10, 1951

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Mayor Impelliterri speaks to the Society about civil defense.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 69872

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General MacArthur Luncheon at Waldorf

Monday, April 23, 1951

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Starts abruptly. Grover A. Whalen, Mayor Impelliterri, Lieutenant Governor Frank C. Moore, Rabbi David de Sola Pool, Bishop Horace Donegan,


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC ...

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General MacArthur's Arrival at Idlewild

Saturday, April 21, 1951

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Tommy Cowan describes (in great detail)the arrival General MacArthur, his wife and son at Idlewild airport. Mayor Impelliterri and General MacArthur give short speeches.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal ...

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General MacArthur Reception at City Hall

Friday, April 20, 1951

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Reception for General of the Army Douglas MacArthur at City Hall.

Tommy Cowan provides detailed description of City Hall's preparation for General MacArthur, as well as a descriptions ...

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St. Mary's Recreation Center Dedication Ceremonies

Friday, March 30, 1951

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Speeches in celebration of the opening of St. Mary's Recreation Center in the Bronx.

Bobby White, son of Joe White, the "Silver Mask Tenor," sings the National Anthem. ...

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Non Stop Flight New York to Puerto Rico

Monday, March 26, 1951

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Outdoor recording in San Juan, Puerto Rico, of the dedication ceremonies for three planes by the triple-amputee Korean veteran Corporal Angel Gomez of the Fighting 65th Regiment and the inauguration of ...

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St Lawrence Seaway Hearings

Thursday, March 01, 1951

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Hearings regarding the construction of the Saint Lawrence Seaways. Testimony contradicting many of the given reasons for the construction of the seaway including as a method for shipping iron and as ...

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Swearing-in ceremonies of Civil Defense personnel

Tuesday, February 27, 1951

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Unnamed speaker (Whelan?) introduces Impellitteri, who addresses the volunteers and introduces Secretary Marshall.


Marshall reads the oath for the volunteers, who repeat it.


Labeled as "Plan for Survival" in the ...

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