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Seymour Boyer.

Friday, August 06, 1965

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Seymour N. Siegel (interviewer). Speaker: Seymour Boyer (Democratic Councilman at large from Queens)

Mr. Seymour Boyer, "father" of a preservation of landmarks bill speaks of the 1965 budget (the biggest budget till that time). Explains it is a result [of] inflation and having ...

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17th Congressional District Candidates

Sunday, October 18, 1964

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

Debate between the candidates for the 17th Congressional District. Seymour Siegel moderates the exchange between incumbent John V. Lindsay, Eleanor Clark French, and Kieran O'Doherty.


The first section of the ...

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John Lindsay

Sunday, May 03, 1964

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From card catalog: Seymour Siegel interviews John V. Lindsay, Congressman, 17th district, discussing Civil Rights bill before Congress.


Siegel asks Lindsay what he thinks will happen with the bill: it will ...

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Elinor Guggenheimer

Sunday, November 03, 1963

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November 3, 1963

Mrs. Randolph Guggenheimer, member of the City Planning Commission is interviewed by Seymour N. Siegel.

His first question to her is "why ...

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Edward Thompson, Fire Commissioner

Sunday, May 12, 1963

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From card catalog: Seymour Siegel interviews Edward Thompson, Commissioner, Fire Department.


Siegel and Thompson talk about fire education in the city and neighborhoods most at risk for fires. The kitchen is ...

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