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July 15, 1945

Sunday, July 15, 1945

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

Implications of Bastille Day; salute to France; compares New York and Paris; Potsdam Conference; political tyranny; Yugoslavia and Tito will solve Balkan situation; accepts Italy as UN country; reviews US success ...

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July 8, 1945

Sunday, July 08, 1945

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July 8, 1945 Talk to the People. 1,309th day of the war. Greets audience, "Patience and fortitude." Talks about Major General Terry Allen who returned the other day. Welcomes troops of ...

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June 10, 1945

Sunday, June 10, 1945

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Tribute to the martyrs of Lidice. U.N. Eisenhower's reception in NYC on June 19. Tribute to Journal American. Problems of retailers. Citrus fruits and ceiling prices. Central bus terminal. Complaints from ...

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June 3, 1945

Sunday, June 03, 1945

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Letters requesting proclamation of a price control week. Need for extension of O.P.A. Meat situation. Part 8 of the proposed plan to control meat production and distribution. Permitting custom slaughtering for ...

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May 27, 1945

Sunday, May 27, 1945

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War in Japan. Opportunity to see B-29 at Municipal Airport (4th anniversary of Army Transport Corps). Announced demobilization of the auxiliary fire corps. His announced refusal to run for re-election. Food ...

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May 20, 1945

Sunday, May 20, 1945

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I am an American Day. War in Japan. Meat situation. Why do we have O.P.A.? Livestock Feeders association. Poultry situation. O.P.A. violators. W.P.B. release control on 1200 items. City cancer hospital ...

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May 6, 1945

Sunday, May 06, 1945

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

La Guardia announcing his retirement from office.

Sides 5-7-9 only.

SEE ALSO 59305


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


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April 29, 1945

Sunday, April 29, 1945

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

The war in Europe. Appeal to the people to disregard victory rumors. Appeal to guard against premature rowdy V-D celebrations. O.P.A. hearings in which LaGuardia testified. Meat shortages & high prices. ...

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April 22, 1945

Sunday, April 22, 1945

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Discussion of the Dumbarton Oaks agreement. Appeal to the people of the U.S. to support proposed world organization.

WNYC announcer concludes the program.


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April 15, 1945

Sunday, April 15, 1945

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

Tribute to Franklin D. Roosevelt.



Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 61741
Municipal archives id: LT2526

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April 8, 1945

Sunday, April 08, 1945

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

Our city budget.

La Guardia explains his city budget presented to the Board of Estimate and explains the budgetary process, tax revenues, etc. Detailed review of his recommended ...

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April 1, 1945

Sunday, April 01, 1945

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Easter Sunday ceremony, with the Coast Guard Glee Club. Contents: Christ, Our Lord has arisen. Readings from the Bible. Hallelujah, Amen. Easter Sunday sermon. Easter Parade. Hozannah. [sic] Onward Christian Soldiers. ...

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March 25, 1945

Sunday, March 25, 1945

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War in Europe. Investigation of meat shortage. Red Cross fund drive and P.A.L. fun drive. Report by the Commissioner of Investigation. New York City Committee for Latin American scholarships (3rd annual ...

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March 11, 1945

Sunday, March 11, 1945

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Europe. Poultry situation. Poultry priorities for hospitals. Fish supply; distributing and retailing. Eggs and their grading. Fuel crisis. Appeal to New Yorkers to build up their fuel supplies for the winter ...

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March 4, 1945

Sunday, March 04, 1945

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Our rationing system. Ceiling price of fish. Poultry situation. Butter supply for voluntary hospitals. Jerusalem artichoke, a substitute for potatoes. Inexpensive clothing for children. State laws pertaining to interest rates and ...

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February 25, 1945

Sunday, February 25, 1945

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Fiorello La Guardia talks to the people. He addresses a comment to Winston Churchill on the meaning of the Atlantic Charter; conserving heating fuel; meat shortage and New York Times reporting; ...

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February 18, 1945

Sunday, February 18, 1945

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Food shortages, low cost clothing, Mayor Gaynor. Fiorello La Guardia talks t the people. Broadcast on WNYC, February 18, 1945.; La Guardia talks about meat shortage Armed Forces food consumption OPA ...

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February 11, 1945

Sunday, February 11, 1945

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Atlantic Charter.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 71128
Municipal archives id: LT4084

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February 4, 1945

Sunday, February 04, 1945

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Fiorello La Guardia talks to the people. He talks about battlefront conditions in relation to sacrifices at home; defeat of Germany; current freight embargo and its effect on coal and food; ...

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January 28, 1945

Sunday, January 28, 1945

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

War effort. Meat and fuel situation.


Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection


WNYC archives id: 71126
Municipal archives id: LT4082

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