Fiorello H. La Guardia appears in the following:
Saturday, June 03, 1939
Wednesday, May 24, 1939
Friday, May 12, 1939
Monday, April 17, 1939
Mayor La Guardia speaks at a dinner at Whyte's restaurant on Fulton Street hosted by the Fishery Council. Noting advances in distribution, transportation and keeping, the Mayor suggests that fish isn't just for Fridays anymore. Not surprisingly his comments are met with enthusiasm.
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Thursday, February 23, 1939
Tuesday, February 21, 1939
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Months before the start of World War II in Europe, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia delivers the inaugural broadcast for the National Youth Administration radio series. The Mayor describes some of the ...
Sunday, January 01, 1939
Tuesday, November 01, 1938
Address to Board by F. H. La Guardia on capital budget outlays and other financial matters. Though this is mainly a discussion of the city budget, there are occasional heated exchanges between Mayor La Guardia and other board members. Some portion of the meeting was not captured on disc; the ...
Tuesday, August 23, 1938
Wednesday, May 11, 1938
Sunday, April 10, 1938
Saturday, January 01, 1938
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La Guardia argues that his endorsement speech of Dorothy Bellanca of the American Labor Party for the 8th congressional district seat of New York is ...