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Series 2. Business and Professional Materials, 1940-2005 (continued)
Client projects: public service announcements (PSAs), circa 1940s-2002, undated (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 101/18 Ken McFeeley obituaries, articles, and other material, 1986-05-20-1989-05-10
Obituaries, articles, scripts, transcripts, and agreements concerning Ken McFeeley, a New York City policeman (and friend of Tony Schwartz) who died of smoking-related lung cancer in October 1986.
See also the New York City Police Department materials relating to Ken McFeeley , the Martin Himmel Health Foundation , and the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association McFeeley file .
BOX-FOLDER 101/19 Media Insights scripts, 1994-01-17
BOX-FOLDER 101/20 Michigan Ballot Initiative scripts, correspondence, and research, 1989-12-08-1994-02-28
Anti-smoking effort; includes research material for Alcoholics Anonymous.
BOX-FOLDER 101/21 Michigan Billboards, Doctors Ought to Care script, 1998-09-01
Intended for voice actor: Bob Landers.
See also Doctors Ought to Care .
BOX-FOLDER 101/22 Michigan Education Association script, undated
BOX-FOLDER 101/23 Minnesota Moms for Healthy Babies correspondence, 1990-10-25-1990-10-26
BOX-FOLDER 101/24 Missing Person, Cathlene Fannin script, 1989-12-27
BOX-FOLDER 102/1 MQN Productions anti-smoking research and correspondence, 1993-06-24-1993-10-04
Includes lists of cigarette radio campaigns.
BOX-FOLDER 102/2 NAACP Special Contribution Fund correspondence, photos, and scripts, 1967-01-04
Includes 20 photos of impoverished families.
BOX-FOLDER 102/3 NARAL Foundation Education Project correspondence, research, and script relating to abortion rights education., 1980-01-19-1980-10-07
BOX-FOLDER 102/4 National AIDS Hotline scripts for the PTAAA (People Taking Action Against AIDS ) Ads Against AIDS campaign, 1992-06-18
BOX-FOLDER 102/5 National ALS Foundation scripts and research, 1979-04-1982-08-11
BOX-FOLDER 102/6 National Endowment for the Arts script, 1989-08-07
BOX-FOLDER 102/7 National Health Lung Study correspondence, research, and scripts, 1987-02-16-1988-04-11
Contact: Ted Klein.
BOX-FOLDER 102/8 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration script, 2000-11-17-2000-12-11
See also ABC radio network.
BOX-FOLDER 102/9 National Hospital Workers Union, 1199 scripts, 1981-07-02
BOX-FOLDER 102/10 National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Inc. letter, 1990-03-13
BOX-FOLDER 102/11 National Victim Center correspondence, 1997-09-12-1997-09-25
BOX-FOLDER 102/12 Newington Children's Hospital scripts, correspondence, and other material, 1988-1990-04-27
Scripts, correspondence, research, and contracts.
Intended for voice actors: Bob Landers, Emilio Del Pozo, Toby Tarnow.
BOX-FOLDER 102/13 New Jersey Environmental Federation interview transcript, 1988-05-06
BOX-FOLDER 102/14 New Jersey Group Against Smoking Pollution scripts, 1991-02-21
Intended for voice actor: Bob Landers.
BOX 102-103 New York City Board of Education health education reports, 1969-1983
New York City Department of Health, 1985-2002
BOX-FOLDER 103/2 Scripts, 1985-06-17-1987-11-02
BOX-FOLDER 103/3 Clean Indoor Air Act material, 1988-03-17-2002-12-02
Anti-smoking scripts, correspondence, and research.
BOX-FOLDER 225/12 Smoking-related signs, [1980s?]
Two copies (each) of two glossy smoking-related signs, each 10 1/2x10 1/2 inches. File also includes a bookmark-sized (2 1/2x6 1/2 inches) card with the text, "Please do not smoke in bed. The ashes on the sheet may be your own."
New York City Fire Department, 1982-1993
See also NYMRAD awards .
BOX-FOLDER 103/4 Scripts, correspondence, and research, 1982-07-26-1993-03-09
BOX-FOLDER 103/5-6 Fire prevention radio spots, 1982-11-11-1983-08-10
Letters from other fire stations around the U.S. and Canada requesting copies of public service radio spots made by Schwartz for the New York City Fire Department. Includes a flier advertising the spots.
BOX-FOLDER 103/7 New York City Police Department materials relating to Ken McFeeley, 1986-08-12-1990-10-18
Anti-smoking materials, including scripts and correspondence.
New York City policeman Ken McFeeley died of smoking-related lung cancer in October 1986.
See also Ken McFeeley , the Martin Himmel Health Foundation , and the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association material on McFeeley .
BOX-FOLDER 103/8 New York City Police Foundation, Inc. letter, 1977-12-06
BOX-FOLDER 103/9 New York City Public Development Corporation materials, 1988-05-09-1988-06-08
BOX-FOLDER 103/10 New York City Water Department scripts, 1993-06-25
BOX-FOLDER 103/11 New York Commission Against Crime materials, 1982-06-1982-10-21
BOX-FOLDER 103/12 New York Fire Safety Foundation materials, 1986-07-28
BOX-FOLDER 104/1 New York Health Care Crisis Association scripts, correspondence, and research, 1985-05-17-1985-06-24
New York Medical Liability Reform Coalition, 1976-1985
BOX-FOLDER 104/2-3 Scripts, correspondence, and research materials, 1976-01-1985-06-05
BOX-FOLDER 104/4 Research materials, 1984-03-02-1985-05-13
BOX-FOLDER 104/5 Scripts and research materials, 1983-04-14-1985-02-04
BOX-FOLDER 104/6 New York's Finest Foundation scripts and correspondence, 1983-10-06
BOX-FOLDER 104/7 New York State Martin Luther King, Jr, Commission scripts and correspondence, 1982-10-15-1985-12-16
BOX-FOLDER 104/8 New York Women Against Rape materials, 1984-09-07-1984-09-13
Non-Smokers' Rights Association, 1983-1989
BOX-FOLDER 104/9 Scripts, correspondence, and research materials, 1987-05-21-1987-12-02
BOX-FOLDER 105/1 Correspondence and research materials, 1983-11-1989-01-13
BOX-FOLDER 229/9 Poster of two newspaper anti-smoking ads, 1986-09-17
Black and white poster, 23x13 inches, showing two ads that appeared in Canadian newspapers on September 17, 1986. One side of the poster, with text in French, features an ad that appeared in the Montreal newspaper Le Devoir; the other, in English, displays a different ad that appeared the Montreal Gazette.
BOX-FOLDER 105/2 Letters concerning a National Public Radio interview about smoking, 1988-03-02-1988-03-23
Letters in response to the NPR interview, including a large distribution letter from Philip Morris. Anti-smoking.
BOX-FOLDER 105/3 Office of Smoking and Health, Texas, contract correspondence, 1993-06-11
BOX-FOLDER 105/4 Ogilvy and Mather television script for gun control, 1990-10-24
Advertising agency based in New York City.
BOX-FOLDER 105/5 Organ Donor Awareness scripts and reports, 1992-02-18-1992-04-17
Scripts and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists HR reports. Includes materials relating to: New York Regional Transplant Program, New England Organ Bank, Organ Donor Group, Association of Organ Procurement Organizations, Association of Organ Transplant Organizations, United Network for Organ Sharing, and Coalition on Donation.
Intended for voice actors: Alan Bleviss, Bob Landers.
BOX-FOLDER 105/6 Patrick Reynolds Foundation for a Smokefree America scripts, promotional items, and other material, 1988-11-04-1989-08-29
Also includes transcripts, correspondence regarding an award for a Patrick Reynolds commercial from the International Film and Television Festival of New York, 1988, and eight portrait photos of Reynolds.
See also the R.J. Reynolds family .
Patrolmen's Benevolent Association of the City of New York, 1981-1994
The association's acronym is PBA.
See also NYMRAD (New York Market Radio Association) awards , 1010 WINS radio scripts , an article about Tony Schwartz by Miguel Ongay in New York's Finest, and the PBA subject file .
BOX-FOLDER 105/7 New Concepts of Communication, 1984-03-08-1984-06
Two drafts dated March 8 and June, 1984.
See also Ken McFeeley , the New York City Police Dept. material on McFeeley , and the Martin Himmel Health Foundation .
BOX-FOLDER 105/8 Scripts and AFTRA reports, 1989-02-16-1994-07-19
BOX-FOLDER 106/1 Research materials, 1989-03-27-1993-08-01
Some correspondence and notes.
BOX-FOLDER 106/2 Scripts and research materials, 1983-06-20-1986-06-20
Includes New York's Finest magazines from 1987.
BOX-FOLDER 106/3 Scripts and research materials, 1980-08-1983-07-25
BOX-FOLDER 106/4 Scripts and research materials, 1984-11-29-1988-05-19
Includes scripts and other materials relating to the Eleanor Bumpers controversy.
BOX-FOLDER 220/8 Photographs of police officers rescuing people, circa mid 1980s
Thirteen black and white photographic prints, 13x9 inches and smaller, relating to spots addressing the 1984 Eleanor Bumpers controversy.
BOX-FOLDER 225/13 Photographs of police officers in the line of duty, circa 1980s
Six black and white photographic prints, 14x11 inches and smaller, probably relating to spots addressing the 1984 Eleanor Bumpers controversy. Also includes a photocopy (17 x11 inches, in two pieces taped together) of an advertisement for the PBA that includes several of the photographs, and two copies (not identical) of a color poster or sign for the PBA (15x11 1/2 inches) that shows a police officer with blood on his shirt sprawled across a sidewalk.
BOX-FOLDER 106/5 Scripts, correspondence, and research materials, 1980-08-27-1983-06-29
Includes a list of PBA tapes made by Schwartz and letters from listeners agreeing about a certain campaign.
BOX-FOLDER 106/6 International Radio Festival of New York awards, 1984-07-1994-09-13
Articles on awards Schwartz received for his Patrolmen's Benevolent Association radio commercials, including "Two Cops" (aka "Two Officers"), 1984.
See also SmokeFree Educational Services and "Two Cops" photographs (below).
BOX-FOLDER 225/14 Photographs taken from "Two Cops" PBA spot produced by Tony Schwartz, circa 1984
Two 8x10 inch and four 11x14 inch black and white photographic prints taken from a Tony Schwartz PBA spot that garnered him an International Radio Festival of New York award in 1984. The spot was also known as "Two Officers."
See also International Radio Festival of New York award file, above.
BOX-FOLDER 106/7 Scripts, 1981-1984
BOX 228 Boxing Team jacket, undated
A purple satin jacket that presumably was given to Tony Schwartz. The front is embroidered "Champions of Cops, Ken McFeeley & Tony Schwartz." The back shows an image of a police badge and the text "The Fighting Finest, City of New York Police, PBA, Boxing Team."
See also Ken McFeeley files.
BOX-FOLDER 106/8 Peace Corps scripts and research, 1985-09-04-1985-10-14
BOX-FOLDER 107/1 Pennsylvanians for the Right to Choose Life scripts, correspondence, and research, 1981-06-18-1981-07-01
People for a Smoke-Free Indoors, 1986-1989
See also the Group Against Smoking Pollution (GASP) .
BOX-FOLDER 107/2 Scripts, correspondence, and interviews, 1987-10-29-1989-10-20
Includes materials relating to the group's chairman, Dr. William G. Cahan. Scripts include a message for Kansas Senator Robert Dole and Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis.
BOX-FOLDER 107/3 Scripts, correspondence, and research materials, 1986-03-04-1988-08-05
Two anti-smoking buttons are included.
BOX 202 Color photographs of People for a Smoke-Free Indoors members at Tony Schwartz's home studio, circa 1986
Six 4x6 inch color photographs of group members meeting in Tony Schwartz's home studio.
BOX-FOLDER 107/4 Scripts and correspondence, 1987-11-18-1988-12
BOX-FOLDER 107/5 Scripts, correspondence, and research materials, 1986-06-03-1988-07-03
Material on Joe Cherner and New York City Mayor Ed Koch.
BOX-FOLDER 107/6 Correspondence and research materials, 1986-10-16-1987-03-19
BOX-FOLDER 107/7 Scripts, articles, and correspondence relating to Mayor Ed Koch, 1986-03-22-1986-07-02
BOX-FOLDER 107/8 Anti-smoking contest, 1988-01-20-1988-04-22
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