Peabody Awards Seventeenth Annual Award Presentation at Hotel Roosevelt.

Tuesday, April 16, 1957

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WNYC receives two citations (for the Little Orchestra Society concerts and for Books in Profile) during the presentation of the 1956 Peabody Awards at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York City. Among the speakers are Ed Sullivan, Bob & Ray, the UN's Ahmed Bokhari, and Danny Kaye, who brings down the house.

Linda Morgan, the "miracle girl" of the Andrea Doria disaster and daughter of Edward P. Morgan, is in the audience.

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Audio courtesy of the NYC Municipal Archives WNYC Collection

WNYC archives id: 73616
Municipal archives id: LT4436


Bob & Ray, Bennett Cerf, John Charles Daly, John E. Drewry, Bob Elliott, Jack Gould, Ray Goulding, Danny Kaye, Edward P. Morgan, Aḥmad Shāh Buk̲h̲ārī Pat̤ras, Virgilia Peterson, Hubbell Robinson, Rod Serling, Seymour N. Siegel, Frank Stanton and Ed Sullivan


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