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Fire Works

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Fire Commissioner Lowery requests the cooperation ...

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Bill of Rights Day Ceremony

Wednesday, December 15, 1965

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Presentation of awards by Bill of Rights Day Association. Mayor Wagner reads the proclamation.


Awards is given to Wagner (no really, Kennedy). He's not in attendance, and the children are ...

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American Jewish Committee Awards Dinner

Wednesday, November 17, 1965

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From card catalog: American Jewish Committee Award dinner honoring Robert Wishnik, civic leader and industrialist. Speakers: Mayor-elect John V. Lindsay, Sen. Jacob Javits, R. Wishnick. Topics: RW; work of AJC; anti-semitism ...

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Eisenhower Press Conference

Wednesday, October 13, 1965

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Begins abruptly.

Eisenhower speaks about books he has written, but does not call himself a writer. He says he is ready to answer questions about his book or ...

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Dedication of Pier 36

Friday, September 24, 1965

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Official opening of Pier 36 on the East River for the Belgian Line. Commissioner of Public Events Richard C. Patterson speaks that this gathering symbolizes the positive relationship between Belgium and ...

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Adlai Stevenson Memorial at the Illinois Pavilion, World's Fair

Thursday, August 26, 1965

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Unnamed speaker reads message from the President Johnson is read.


This memorial to Adlai Stevenson also marks the anniversary of Illinois' statehood.


Robert Moses speaks. He recollects the debates surrounding ...

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City Hall reception for Duke Ellington

Monday, August 02, 1965

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Opens with two musical numbers, followed by a period of silence.


Mr. Bob Darling (?) welcomes the crowd and introduces the event's first speaker.


Dr. Arthur Logan, Chairman of ...

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Funeral Services for Adlai Stevenson

Friday, July 16, 1965

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[engineer announcing report]


John Chambers of United Press International, describes the scene at Adlai Stevenson's funeral at the Washington Cathedral.


[engineer advises transmission times, followed by tone]


[short segment of ...

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Statement on the death of Adlai E. Stevenson

Wednesday, July 14, 1965

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Mayor Robert F. Wagner makes statement regarding the death of Adlai E. Stevenson. He calls Stevenson "one of us" in New York City.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC ...

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Lyndon B. Johnson press conference

Tuesday, July 13, 1965

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Vietnam, disarmament conference; civil rights; appointment of Leonard Marx, Thurgood Marshall, etc.

Transcript runs below.

Followed by news reporter's wrap-up. Followed by UPI station identification. ...

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Tribute to Adlai Stevenson

Thursday, July 01, 1965

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From the MUNI catalog:
President Johnson ...

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N.Y.C. Anti-Poverty Operations Board : Project Head Start

Wednesday, June 30, 1965

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Opens with unnamed speaker.


Dr. Bernard Donovan, superintendent of schools, speaks of the Board of Education's excitement for the Head Start program.


Monsignor Edmund Fogarty speaks about the war of ...

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I am an American Day

Sunday, May 23, 1965

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Begins without introduction.


First speaker introduces chairman of I am an American Day, Colonel C. Michael Hall. He gives a brief talk about patriotism and freedom, then introduces Robert Alden. Tells ...

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[American Jewish Committee 58th Annual Meeting]

Thursday, May 20, 1965

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Unidentified audio. Identified audio based on individuals present.
Recording begins abruptly.


Morris Abram, president of The American Jewish Committee speaks about hope. He makes reference to two attendees, Martin Luther ...

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Churchill Pavillion

Thursday, April 29, 1965

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Introduction at World's Fair by Robert Moses; Tribute to Winston Churchill
by Mr. Joyce Hall of Hallmark (sponsor of pavilion). The tribute features many of Churchill's paintings. Message from successor of ...

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Authors and Critics Gathering

Wednesday, March 10, 1965

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Excerpt of gathering before major book reviewers.

Rex Stout acts as emcee. First speaks of the copyright act - asks for reviewers to consider writing columns about the ...

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Daniel P. Moynihan

Wednesday, March 10, 1965

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Daniel P. Moynihan addresses the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, meeting of the Advisory Committee of Group Work and Youth Services

Discussion of youth unemployment, with some focus ...

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Margaret Mead on the Family

Tuesday, March 09, 1965

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Talk to: Annual Meeting of Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies.


Dr. Margaret Mead speaks about the "family" . She says it is the toughest social structure and has calamities. Speaks ...

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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

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Master of ceremonies William Rowe introduces singer David Dunson to entertain the audience before the ceremony begins. Dunson is followed by a performance by the LaRocque Bey Dancers and drummers from ...

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