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Marion Fahey and Charles Leftwich at a press conference
[Fahey at press conference on the closing of Hyde Park High School]
Original Airdate: 1/21/1976

Length: 00:11:32
Item Type: newstape - original footage

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Description : Abstract
Marion Fahey (Superintendent, Boston Public Schools) holds a press conference on the closing of Hyde Park High after a disturbance. She says that the her staff is investigating the situation and will respond to a list of complaints drawn up by the faculty of the high school. Fahey says that the school faculty is concerned about disruptive students and renovations to the building. She will not comment on whether the disturbance was caused by racial tension. Fahey says that Elvira "Pixie" Palladino (Boston School Committee) had a right to visit the school. Fahey will not comment on the effect of Palladino's presence on the disturbance. Ann Foley (administrative assistant to Fahey) and Associate Superintendents Charles Leftwich and Paul Kennedy are also present at the press conference.

Format : Tape A30   Barcode   
3/4" cassette 21852 
digital betacam cassette 76302 
Betacam cassette 101519 
VHS cassette 109759 

Subject : Keywords
Busing for school integration - Press conferences
Busing for school integration - School faculty
Busing for school integration - School management and organization
Busing for school integration - Violence
Hyde Park High School
School faculty
School superintendents

Subject : Personal Names
Fahey, Marion
Foley, Ann
Kennedy, Paul
Leftwich, Charles
Palladino, Elvira "Pixie"

Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Boston School Department

Subject : Geographic Locations
Hyde Park (Boston, Mass.)

Type : Genre
News - Unedited

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