The 51st State
Episode #300

Episode Description
John Hamilton reports on the issues facing Mayor Beame?s second choice for Deputy Mayor, Joseph Galiber. In this segment of the "Target: Brooklyn" series, Lew Feldstein interviews a woman hired by the Brooklyn Democratic club for a ?no show? job. In this second part of a three-part filmed report on the careers of three new city councilmen, Tom Collins profiles Ramon Velez, the Hunts Point Councilman. Gordon Weil reports on New York City employment, housing, transportation, retail sales, and business outlook for 1974. John Hamilton and guests Herman Badillo, Ed Koch, and Peter Peyser discuss their views of the potential Nixon impeachment. In ?The Photography of New York,? Julius Lester explores the work of four major photographers, including Jacob Riis, Berenice Abbott, Robert D?Alessandro, and Roy De Carava during the 1890s to present. Julius interviews A. D. Coleman and Roy De Carava.

Gallagher, Joseph -- Deputy Mayor Candidate
Democratic Clubs -- Brooklyn (N.Y.)
Velez, Roman -- City council members -- Hunts Point -- Bronx (N.Y.)
Economic outlook -- New York (N.Y.)
Impeachments -- Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous)
Photography -- New York (N.Y.)


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Educational Broadcasting Corporation

Colgan, Mick

McBride, Fern (The Photography of New York)
Moore, Judy (The Photography of New York)

Hamilton, John

Badillo, Herman
Koch, Edward
Peyser, Peter
Carava, Roy De (The Photography of New York)

Other Credits
Adams, John Q. (as Music Supervisor, The Photography of New York)
Anthes, John (as Animation, The Photography of New York)
Barnett, Juan (as Videotape Editor, The Photography of New York)
Collins, Tom (Reporter)
Contento, Al (The Photography of New York)
Lester, Julius (Reporter)
MacArthur, Ray (The Photography of New York)
Milkin, Howard (The Photography of New York)
Raab, Selwyn (as Managing Editor)
Schwartz, Jed (as Animation, The Photography of New York)
Smirnoff, Paul (Coordinating Producer)
Weil, Gordon (Reporter)

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