John V. Lindsay

John V. Lindsay appears in the following:

Press Conference on Transit Strike

Monday, January 03, 1966

Mayor Lindsay and staff on efforts to settle the transit strike.

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Press Conference on Transit Strike

Monday, January 03, 1966

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From card catalog: State of negotiations, appeals to the people of the city.

Mayor Lindsay updates the city, even though there's no update on the transit strike. The ...

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Progress Report on the Transit Strike

Monday, January 03, 1966

Mayor John V. Lindsay gives a progress report on the first business day of the transit strike. There has been no significant change in the status of the negotiations between the transit authority and the union. However, the New York City courts are proceeding with contempt of court citations against ...

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Press Conference on Transit Strike

Sunday, January 02, 1966

Transit strike update!

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Swearing in Ceremonies

Saturday, January 01, 1966

Swearing in of:

Frederick Nathan, 1st Assistant of Corporation Counsel of the Law Department of the City of New York.

Norman Redlich, Executive Assistant Corporation Counsel.

Robert Price, Deputy Mayor of the City of New York.

Timothy Costello, ...

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Coverage of Mayor John V. Lindsay Inauguration Ceremonies, in Spanish

Saturday, January 01, 1966

A Spanish language edition of Mayor Lindsay's Mayoral Inauguration was produced on January first and broadcast on January 5th. The recording features a translation of the English ceremonies, congratulations from Puerto Rico and Caracas, Venezuela (Emilio Gomez), interviews with Bennett Cerf and Steve Silverstein as well as commentary from the ...

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Statement on Transit Strike

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Direct appeal to the people of the city and report of negotiations between the Transport Workers Union and the Transit Authority. Emergency plans for maintaining essential city services. Increased police department ...

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Mayor Lindsay : Head Start Spot

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Mayor John Lindsay appears in a ...

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Mayor Lindsay Inauguration

Saturday, January 01, 1966

Receptions were to be held in all five boroughs, but transit negotiations canceled the plans.

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Government Reorganization

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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Mayor Lindsay speaks about the special ...

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Transit Strike Report from City Hall

Saturday, January 01, 1966

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From card catalog: Comments to reporters, progress, regulations for motorists, appeal to employers to use cars only for emergencies.

Begins abruptly with Mayor Lindsay detailing broken negotiations between ...

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Mayor John Lindsay inauguration ceremony

Saturday, January 01, 1966

Inauguration of Mayor Lindsay. Bennett Cerf hosts.

Sanitation band plays, then backs up Ethel Merman singing the national anthem.

Bishop Horace Donegan delivers the invocation.

Justice William C. Hecht, Jr. administers the oath of office to the new mayor, who then ...

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Mayor Lindsay Swearing In

Friday, December 31, 1965

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Lindsay is sworn in by Judge William C. Hecht. Reporter describes the room and event, identifies members of the Lindsay family. Lindsay says the oath of office and addresses the press ...

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Lindsay Victory Speech

Wednesday, November 03, 1965

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Opens with announcement from WNYC "Election Central" of Abraham Beame's (unheard) concession speech. Followed by very brief wrap-up at the Americana Hotel Ballroom (the Democratic Party Election Headquarters).

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Transit Press Conference

Sunday, January 17, 1965

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Opens with tone and reporter, he says that it is not yet clear what the topic of the press conference is, but speculates that it may be related to the transit ...

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17th Congressional District Candidates

Sunday, October 18, 1964

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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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Congressman John Lindsay

Tuesday, June 02, 1964

New York's problems will be super problems

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John Lindsay

Sunday, May 03, 1964

It may be hard to believe that this man was a Republican.

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Film Critics Circle of the Foreign Language Press 25th Anniversary

Thursday, February 11, 1960

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Mayor John Lindsay offers his congratulations to the Film Critics Circle of the Foreign Language Press on their 25th anniversary.


Audio courtesy of the ...

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Awards and Honors

Saturday, January 16, 1960

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Mayor John V. Lindsay presents Mayor's medal of **16:50 distinguished performance to John F. Kelly, Managing Attorney of the Law Department of the City of ...

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