• 50 Years - A Million Thanks

 

WEB CREDITS
Senior Producer: David McCarthy
Designer: Michael Pittard
Producers: Ronnie Godeanu, Anu Krishnan
Director of Online Design: Sabina Daley
QTVR Photography: Joseph Sinnott
Production Assistance: Peter Tierney
Technical Director: Brian Patrick Lee
Writer: Micah Fink

Thirteen Online is a production of Thirteen/WNET New York's Kravis Multimedia Education Center in New York City. Anthony Chapman, Director of Interactive & Broadband. Carmen DiRienzo, Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Affairs.


Historical Photographs Provided By:
The Brooklyn Historical Society
Brian Merlis Collection
National Archives and Records Administration
Library of Congress
Canarsie Pier photo from: THE NEIGHBORHOODS OF BROOKLYN edited by John Manbeck. Copyright 1998 by Yale University. Reproduced by permission of Yale University Press and the Citizens Committee for New York City.

Special Thanks to:
Green-Wood Cemetery
Harbor Defense Museum at Fort Hamilton
HSBC Bank USA
The Park Slope Civic Council
The Prospect Park Alliance
Plymouth Church
The Pratt Institute

 

TELEVISION CREDITS
Producer: James Nicoloro
Consulting Producer: Kathleen Heller
Associate Producer: Sharon Bellber
Associate Producer/Research: Suzanne Glickstein
Editor: Molly Bernstein
Director Of Photography: Tony Pagano
Music Composed By: Denny Gore
Production Manager: Julie Schapiro Thorman
Production Assistants: Nathan Reel, Kate Schmitz
Field Audio: Marc Funaro
Additional Audio: Rick Juliano
Post Production Editor: Mark Sutton
Post Production Audio: Richard Fairbanks
Graphic Design: B.T. Whitehill
Map Design And Photography: James Nicoloro
Coney Island Historical Consultant: Dick Zigun
Talent Consultant: Marilyn Munder
Publicist: Lisa Batchelder
Production Interns: Jonathan Lear, Regina Squire
Teleprompter Service By: Telescript, Inc.

Historical Photographs Provided By:
The Brooklyn Historical Society
Brian Merlis Collection; Welcome Back To Brooklyn, 1993
Brooklyn Collectibles; Brooklyn the Way it Was, 1995
Lee A. Rosenzweig Collection
Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Collection
KeySpan
The New-York Historical Society
The Museum of the City of New York
The New York Public Library
Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy
The Estate of Alan Freed
Prospect Park Alliance Archive
Society for the Preservation of Weeksville & Bedford-Stuyvesant History
Theatre Historical Society of America
Junior's Restaurant
National Archives and Records Administration
Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation
Ohio Wesleyan University
Keith Harmer

Film/Video Footage Provided By:
Archive Films/Archive Photos
Library of Congress
Patricia Herold
Grapevine Video
Brooklyn Museum of Art

Art Work:
Ed Rath
Nicholas Evans-Cato
William Alan
Bryant McNeil

Special Thanks to:
The Honorable Edward Griffith: New York State Assembly
The Honorable Peter Vallone: Speaker, New York City Council
Jim Anderson
Michael Armstrong
Harvey Bernstein
Peter Beys
Josie Bowman
Wendy Brez
Joseph Chirico
Dr. Hugh Crean
Richard Drucker
Dave Elliott
Nicholas Evans-Cato
Thomas Fitzgerald
Al Jennings
Keith Kalb
Elliott Krammer
Warren Laliberte
Mark Landstrom, The Witkoff Group
John Manbeck
David Manning
Christine J. McMullan
Winston Monroe
Elana Park
Ed Rath
Susan Rifkin
Marilyn and Maurice Reid
Roxanne Robertson
Gus Rockaforte
Marc Rosenbaum
Pedro Rosenbluth
Grace C. Stanislaus
Judy Stanton
Peter Stoltzfus
Ken Taylor
Henry Von Damm, Jr.
Robert Weaver
Rabbi Moshe Zwick
Brooklyn Borough President's Office
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Brooklyn Brewery
Chase Manhattan / 4 Metro Tech Center
City of New York Department of Transportation
City of New York Mayor's Office of Film, Theater and Broadcasting
New York Theatre Organ Society
Prospect Park Alliance
Society for the Preservation of Weeksville & Bedford-Stuyvesant History
William Allen and Bryant McNeil Studios

The Brooklyn Historical Society:
Carol Clark
Sean Ashby
Teresa Mora
Mae Pan


EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:
Michael A. Fields

EXECUTIVE IN CHARGE:
Ward Chamberlin


A Walk Around Brooklyn, (Part 1) with David Hartman and Historian Barry Lewis
In association with the Brooklyn Historical Society
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