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Vincent R. Impellitteri

Vincent R. Impellitteri appears in the following:

Opening Concert from Town Hall

Monday, February 12, 1951

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Seymour Siegel welcomes the audience to the opening day of the American Music Festival at Town Hall. He notes that WNYC stresses the importance of fine music to the radio listener. ...

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Recruitment ceremony for medical volunteers for Civil Defense medical emergencies

Thursday, February 01, 1951

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Unnamed female speaker: Launching the first of what we hope will be several drives to recruit volunteers for nurses and nurses aides for the medical emergency division.


Grover Whalen: Man power ...

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Mayor's Christmas Party

Tuesday, December 26, 1950

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Party for over 200 of New York's underprivileged children, brought to City Hall by buses for "Christmas merry-making" from 5 area hospitals, one from each borough. Each received a boxed lunch, ...

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Columbus Day Dinner from Waldorf Astoria

Wednesday, October 18, 1950

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Manetti begins the evening by discussing scholarships and reading telegrams (from Truman, Dewey, the US ambassador to Italy). Foley gives Pope a Distinguished Service Certificate in honor of his late father, ...

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Skyline Ceremony in Brooklyn : [Brooklyn Heights Promenade Dedication]

Saturday, October 07, 1950

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Speeches commemorating the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, part of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.

In his speech, Robert Moses talks about the incorrect theory that roads and highways should be built ...

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American Bankers Association Reception

Sunday, October 01, 1950

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Reception for the American Bankers Association, marks the 75th Anniversary of the association and on the occasion of their annual national conference. Mayor Impellitteri welcomes ABA members to New York with ...

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Interfaith Observation Program

Sunday, September 24, 1950

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Celebration of Interfaith ceremony.

Dr. Channing H Tobias reads from scripture.

Gloria Swanson speaks about the sacrifices made by our forefathers. Speaks of how sometimes ...

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City Hall Reception for Sleeping Car Porters

Wednesday, September 20, 1950

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City Hall reception for International Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters.

September 20, 1950

Band plays Star Spangled Banner.

Grover Whelan introduces Mayor ...

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Francis Delafield Hospital Dedication

Wednesday, September 20, 1950

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Commissioner of Hospitals Kogal (?) introduces Reverend James A. Pike, who delivers the invocation, then delivers a speech about the severity of cancer. W.E.S. Griswold, Sr., Vice President of the Board ...

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Brotherhood Week

Monday, February 20, 1950

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Grover Whalen presides. Roger W Strauss, Robert Montgomery, Patrice Munsel, and Mayor Impelliterri address the crowd (mostly school children) about the importance of brotherhood. Police Department perform "I am an American ...

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Town Hall Concert

Tuesday, February 15, 1949

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10th Annual WNYC American Music Festival, February 15, 1949

Performances by Maurice Wilk, Kenneth Spencer, Paul Olefsky, and the New York Woodwind Quintet. Music by Halsey Stevens, William ...

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WNYC Radio Newsreel Test Program

Wednesday, December 29, 1948

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

News reports using field recordings, musical fanfare.

1. Dec 27, Freedom Train comes to New York, Boro President Rogers speech
2. Operation Santa Claus, Montreal (see also: ...

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Eternal Light Ceremonies 1948

Thursday, November 11, 1948

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November 11, 1948 - 30th Anniversary of signing of the Armistice. Lighting of the Eternal light in Madison Square.
Judge Maurice Simmons introduces the acting mayor, Vincent R. Impellitteri. says ...

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City Hall Reception for Eamon De Valera

Tuesday, March 09, 1948

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At City Hall. Eamon De Valera, former president and prime minister of Ireland, receives honorary citizenship to New York City. Thomas Cowan reporting the events. Grover A. Whalen and Vincent Impellitteri, ...

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Civil Service Awards

Wednesday, October 09, 1946

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Presentation of awards to those civil service employees who have worked for 50 years; formation of "half-century club." John Splain, commissioner of Public Works, hosts.

Impellitteri: employment is ...

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Reception for General Wainwright

Thursday, September 13, 1945

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Recording begins with close of the Celebrity Concert Series and short musical interlude.

Governor Dewey opens the program by toasting the President and General Wainwright.

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Labor Day Ceremonies in Central Park

Sunday, September 06, 1942

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Connee Boswell sings "This Is Worth Fighting For."

Unnamed speaker (likely Sidney Hillman) speaks about the realities of war and the strength of the nation and labor forces ...

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