Board Of Estimate Transit Hearings

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

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103898. Board Of Estimate Transit Hearings. February 10, 1947. WNYC, New York City. A debate about the question posed by Mayor O'Dwyer, "Will the city's main financial troubles be solved by a 10-cent subway fare?" When Professor Smiley mentions that today's subways are well-ventilated and very rarely overcrowded, the other members of the Board of Estimate start laughing. William O'Dwyer, Tommy Cowan (announcer), Paul Windels (The Citizen's Transit Committee), Wilson Smiley (Professor of Public Health at Cornell), Matthew Ely (New York Real Estate Board), Walter Hart (New York City Council), Bessie Hume-Mott (New York Federation Of Women's Clubs). 2:26:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

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