New York Times Company records. A.M. Rosenthal papers 1955-1994 1967-1986


New York Times Company records. A.M. Rosenthal papers 1955-1994 1967-1986

The New York Times Company records: A.M. Rosenthal papers document the editorial career of Managing and Executive Editor Abraham Michael Rosenthal (1922-2006), noted for his stewardship of that newspaper during one of its most tumultuous periods, from the 1960s through the 1980s. The collection contains Rosenthal's office files from , spanning the era of his editorial tenure. Containing extensive professional correspondence, the papers illustrate the deliberations and thought processes behind the decisions made at the very top of arguably the most important newspaper in the world. New York Times The New York Times

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Vernon Eulion Jordan Jr. (August 15, 1935 – March 1, 2021) was an American business executive and civil rights activist who worked for Civil Rights Movement organizations before being chosen by President Bill Clinton as his close adviser. Born in Atlanta, Jordan grew up with his family in the segregated societal cosmos of Atlanta. An honors graduate of David T. Howard High School, he matriculated to DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, graduating in 1957, the only black student in a cla...

Young, Andrew, 1932- (person)

Andrew Jackson Young Jr. (born March 12, 1932) is an American politician, diplomat, and activist. Beginning his career as a pastor, Young was an early leader in the civil rights movement, serving as executive director of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and a close confidant to Martin Luther King Jr. Young later became active in politics, serving as a U.S. Congressman from Georgia, United States Ambassador to the United Nations in the Carter Administration, and 55th Mayor of A...

Rangel, Charles B., 1930- (person)

Charles Bernard Rangel (born June 11, 1930) is an American politician who was a U.S. representative for districts in New York from 1971 to 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, he was the second-longest serving incumbent member of the House of Representatives at the time of his retirement, serving continuously since 1971. As its most senior member, he was also the Dean of New York's congressional delegation. Rangel was the first African-American Chair of the influential House Ways and Means Co...

Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr., 1908-1972 (person)

Adam Clayton Powell Jr. (November 29, 1908 – April 4, 1972) was a Baptist pastor and an American politician, who represented the Harlem neighborhood of New York City in the United States House of Representatives from 1945 until 1971. He was the first African-American to be elected from New York to Congress. Re-elected for nearly three decades, Powell became a powerful national politician of the Democratic Party, and served as a national spokesman on civil rights and social issues. He also urg...

Szell, George (person)

American conductor of Austro-Hungarian birth. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [n.p., 1944], to Mr. Little, [1944]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270873790 Epithet: conductor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x000213 ...

Bell, Daniel, 1919-2011 (person)

Sociologist Daniel Bell (1919-2011) was a writer and teacher of the history of the American left and of American Labor. A 1939 graduate of City College (CUNY), where he was a member of the Young Peoples Socialist League, Bell was managing editor of the New Leader (a social democratic journal of opinion) in the 1940s, labor editor of Fortune magazine from 1948 to 1958 and author of several books and monographs, including The End of Ideology (1962), The Birth of Post-Industrial Society (1974), and...

Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990 (person)

Leonard Bernstein (August 25, 1918 – October 14, 1990) was among the most important conductors of the second half of the 20th Century and also the first American conductor to receive international acclaim. His best-known work is the Broadway musical West Side Story; other works include three symphonies, Chichester Psalms, Serenade after Plato's "Symposium", the original score for the film On the Waterfront, and theater works including On the Town, Wonderful Town, Candide, and his MASS. Bernstei...

Gelb, Arthur, 1924-2014 (person)

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1809-1894 (person)

Holmes (Harvard, M.D. 1836) was Parkman Professor of Anatomy at Harvard Medical School from 1847 to 1882, dean of the Medical School from 1847 to 1853, and a noted essayist and poet. A paper on the contagiousness of puerperal fever, presented at an 1843 meeting of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement, was his most famous contribution to medicine. His indictment of physicians for their role in causing and spreading the fever was one of the most controversial treatises of the time...

Brown, Les, 1912-2001 (person)

Les (Lester Raymond) Brown (b. March 14, 1912, Reinerton, PA - d. January 4, 2001, Los Angeles, CA) was a 1936 graduate of Duke University. There he led his first dance band, the Duke Blue Devils, for which he also played clarinet and saxophone. The band would go on to professional fame in the 1940s under the name Les Brown and His Band of Renown. During that decade Brown had several hit songs, most notably Sentimental Journey (1944) and I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm (1946). He performed exte...

Bush, George, 1924-2018 (person)

George Herbert Walker Bush (1924-2018) was Vice President of the United States from 1981 to 1989 and the 41st President of the United States from 1989 to 1992. He was born on June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts, to Dorothy Walker Bush and Prescott Bush (who was a Republican Senator from Connecticut from 1952 to 1962). He graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts on his 18th birthday, June 12, 1942. That same day, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a Seaman 2nd Class. Receiving ...

McFarlane, Robert C. (person)

Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006 (person)

Gerald Rudolph Ford, the 38th President of the United States, was born Leslie Lynch King, Jr., the son of Leslie Lynch King and Dorothy Ayer Gardner King, on July 14, 1913, in Omaha, Nebraska. His parents separated two weeks after his birth, and his mother took him to Grand Rapids, Michigan, to live with her parents. On February 1, 1916, approximately two years after her divorce was final, Dorothy King married Gerald R. Ford, a Grand Rapids paint salesman. The Fords began calling her son Gerald ...

Kemp, Jack, 1935-2009 (person)

Biographical Note 1935, July 13 Born, Los Angeles, Calif. 1957 B.A., Occidental College, Los Angeles, Calif. 1957 1969 Professional football player ...

Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1907-1981 (person)

L. Arnold Weissberger (1907-1981) was an American theatrical lawyer who represented many prominent artists and theatrical personalities. He was agent and attorney for both Alicia Markova and Alexandra Danilova. ...

Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 (person)

Lyndon Baines Johnson, also known as LBJ, was born on August 27, 1908 at Stonewall, Texas. He was the first child of Sam Ealy Johnson, Jr., and Rebekah Baines Johnson, and had three sisters and a brother: Rebekah, Josefa, Sam Houston, and Lucia. In 1913, the Johnson family moved to nearby Johnson City, named for Lyndon''s forebears, and Lyndon entered first grade. On May 24, 1924 he graduated from Johnson City High School. He decided to forego higher education and moved to California with a few ...

McGovern, George S. (George Stanley), 1922-2012 (person)

George Stanley McGovern (July 19, 1922 – October 21, 2012) was an American politician, historian, U.S. representative, U.S. senator, and the Democratic Party presidential nominee in the 1972 presidential election. McGovern grew up in Mitchell, South Dakota, where he was a renowned debater. He volunteered for the U.S. Army Air Forces upon the country's entry into World War II and as a B-24 Liberator pilot flew 35 missions over German-occupied Europe from a base in Italy. Among the medals besto...

Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 (person)

Barry Morris Goldwater (January 2, 1909 – May 29, 1998) was an American politician, businessman, and author who was a five-term Senator from Arizona (1953–1965, 1969–1987) and the Republican Party nominee for president of the United States in 1964. Despite his loss of the 1964 presidential election in a landslide, Goldwater is the politician most often credited with having sparked the resurgence of the American conservative political movement in the 1960s. He also had a substantial impact on the...

Mondale, Walter F. (Walter Frederick), 1928-2021 (person)

Walter Frederick "Fritz" Mondale (January 5, 1928-April 19, 2021) is an American politician, diplomat and lawyer who served as the 42nd vice president of the United States from 1977 to 1981. A United States senator from Minnesota (1964–1976), he was the Democratic Party's nominee in the 1984 United States presidential election, but lost to Ronald Reagan in an Electoral College landslide. Reagan won 49 states while Mondale carried his home state of Minnesota and the District of Columbia. In Octob...

Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich), 1908-1979 (person)

Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (July 8, 1908 – January 26, 1979) was an American businessman and politician who served as the 41st vice president of the United States from 1974 to 1977, and previously as the 49th governor of New York from 1959 to 1973. He also served as assistant secretary of State for American Republic Affairs for Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman (1944–1945) as well as under secretary of Health, Education and Welfare under Dwight D. Eisenhower from 1953 to 1954....

Agnew, Spiro T. (Spiro Theodore), 1918-1996 (person)

Spiro Theodore Agnew (November 9, 1918 – September 17, 1996) was the 39th vice president of the United States from 1969 until his resignation in 1973. He is the second and most recent vice president to resign the position, the other being John C. Calhoun in 1832. Unlike Calhoun, Agnew resigned as a result of a scandal. Agnew was born in Baltimore to an American-born mother and a Greek immigrant father. He attended Johns Hopkins University, and graduated from the University of Baltimore School...

Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978 (person)

Hubert Horatio Humphrey Jr. (May 27, 1911 – January 13, 1978) was an American politician who served as the 38th vice president of the United States from 1965 to 1969. He twice served in the United States Senate, representing Minnesota from 1949 to 1964 and 1971 to 1978. He was the Democratic Party's nominee in the 1968 presidential election, losing to Republican nominee Richard Nixon. Born in Wallace, South Dakota, Humphrey attended the University of Minnesota. At one point he helped run his ...

Carter, Billy, 1937-1988 (person)

William Alton Carter (March 29, 1937 – September 25, 1988) was an American farmer, businessman, brewer, and politician. The younger brother of U.S. President Jimmy Carter, he promoted Billy Beer and was a candidate for mayor of Plains, Georgia. ...

Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. (Nicholas deBelleville), 1922-2012 (person)

Nicholas deBelleville Katzenbach,lawyer and government official, was Deputy Attorney General from 1961 to 1962, and Attorney General of the United States from 1965 to 1966....

Talbot, Phillips. (person)

Associate, Institute of Current World Affairs, 1938-1941 and 1946-1951. From the description of Phillips Talbot letters, 1939-1950, to Walter S. Rogers. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867874 Phillips Talbot was born to Kenneth Hammet and Gertrude (Phillips) Talbot in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on 7 June 1915. He received a B.S. (1936) in journalism from the University of Illinois and a Ph.D. (1954) from University of Chicago. He also has received honorary doct...

Rostow, W. W. (Walt Whitman), 1916-2003 (person)

Walt Whitman Rostow (also known as Walt Rostow or W.W. Rostow) OBE (October 7, 1916 – February 13, 2003) was an American economist, professor and political theorist who served as National Security Advisor to President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson from 1966 to 1969. Rostow worked in the Office of Strategic Services during World War II and later was a foreign policy adviser and speechwriter for presidential candidate and then President John F. Kennedy; he is often credited with writin...

Amherst College (corporateBody)

Founded in 1821, Amherst College developed out of the secondary school Amherst Academy. The college was originally suggested as an alternative to Williams College, which was struggling to stay open. Although Williams survived, Amherst was formed and diverged into its own institution....

American Museum of Natural History (corporateBody)

The American Museum of Natural History was founded in 1869 to be of service to the city's public schools, advance scientific research in natural history, and to exhibit natural history objects for casual visitors. From the description of Administrative files, 1869-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155513508 Museum exhibition displayed in the Museum's showcase in 1975. From the description of Cans from pressured city exhibition photographs, 1975. (Unknown). Wor...

Friedan, Betty, 1921-2006 (person)

Betty Friedan was born Bettye Goldstein on February 4, 1921, in Peoria, Illinois, the daughter of Harry and Miriam (Horwitz) Goldstein. She attended Peoria public schools and graduated summa cum laude from Smith College in 1942. She continued her studies as a University fellow in psychology at the University of California, Berkeley (1943). In June 1947 she married Carl Friedan, an advertising executive; they had three children (Daniel, Jonathan, and Emily) and were divorced in May 1969. Fried...

Tuchman, Barbara W. (Barbara Wertheim), 1912-1989 (person)

Historian and writer Tuchman (1912- ) received an A.B. from Radcliffe College (1933), and worked as a journalist and editor. She is the author of many prize-winning works, including The Guns of August (1962) and Stilwell and the American Experience in China (1971). From the description of Letter, 1963. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007438 New York-born American journalist and historian; Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Guns of August, 1962. Fro...

Kristol, Irving, 1920-2009 (person)

Irving Kristol (born January 22, 1920, Brooklyn, New York-Died September 18, 2009, Falls Church, Virginia) was a journalist known as the "godfather of neoconservatism." Kristol played an influential role in the intellectual and political culture of the last half of the twentieth century....

Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992 (person)

Biochemist, professor of biochemistry at Boston University Medical School; science and science fiction writer; author of over 400 books. From the description of Letters, 1950-1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122322499 American scientist and writer. From the description of Letter and postcard, 1987 Nov. 30. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122632941 Isaac Asimov (1920 ₆ 19...

Burger, Warren E., 1907-1995 (person)

Chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; d. 1995. From the description of Papers, 1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 34149469 Chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; died 1995. From the description of Warren E. Burger introduction, 1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983627 ...

American Council on Germany (corporateBody)

Margolick, David (person)

Cantwell, Mary (person)

Brower, Millicent (person)

Helionetics, Inc. (corporateBody)

Strohm, John (person)

Wallop, Malcolm (Sen.) (person)

Felker, Clay (person)

Clay Felker (1925-2008) was an editor and publisher who edited publications such as NEW YORK Magazine (which he founded in 1968), NEW WEST Magazine, VILLAGE VOICE, and ESQUIRE. From the description of Clay Felker papers, 1944-1996. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 680731895 1925 October 2 Born, Webster Grove, Mo. 1942 Entered Duk...

Darnton, Robert (person)

Rader, Dotson (person)

Shanahan, Eileen (person)

Rosenblum, Constance (person)

Frost, Gardner Lane (Jack) (person)

Kraus, Albert (person)

Yankelovich, Daniel (person)

Daniel Yankelovich, noted social researcher and public opinion analyst, was born in 1924 in Boston, Massachusetts . He earned both his bachelor's degree (1946) and M.A.(1950) from Harvard University . Post-graduate studies at the Sorbonne in Paris led Yankelovich to embark upon an academic career. He also holds honorary doctorates from Washington University and George Washington University largely for his work in the public sector. Yankelovich taught as a Research Profes...

Beatty, Jack. (person)

Van Doorn, John (person)

Wesson, Sheldon (person)

International Business Machines A/S (corporateBody)

Wershba, Joseph (person)

Husband and wife Joseph and Shirley Wershba were producers for CBS. At CBS Joseph worked as a producer for CBS Reports, 60 Minutes, and Hear it Now. During the early 1960s, he was a writer for the New York Post and an occasional contributor to Forward. Shirley was a producer and writer for the 1960s CBS radio program "Dimension of a Woman's World," and later was a producer for the McNeil/Lehrer Report and for 60 Minutes. From the description of Wershba, Josep...

Newman, David (person)

Grimes, Paul M. (person)

Hearst, Randolph A. (Randolph Apperson), 1915-2000 (person)

Carmody, Ed (person)

Gallagher, Buell C. (Dr.) (person)

Freeman, Ira Henry (person)

Journalist. From the description of Preface to file of the Guild News Letter, 1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79454009 ...

Gross, Michael (person)

Hughes, John (person)

Epithet: Poet; of Add MS 33940 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001031.0x00000a John Hughes of Gaerwen, Anglesey was a Methodist. No further biographical information was available at time of compilation of description. From the guide to the John Hughes, Gaerwen Diaries, 1849-1868, (Bangor University) Epithet: head gardener at Blenheim Palace British Library Archives and Manuscrip...

Cronin, Anne (person)

Randall, Frederika (person)

Lewandowski, Bohdan. (person)

Plummer, William (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 46923 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000408.0x00022a ...

Johnson, Roy (person)

Evans, Michael (person)

Washington, University of (corporateBody)

Lipscomb, Thomas H. (person)

Raines, Howell (person)

Brooke, James B. (person)

Bevilacqua, Charles (person)

Kerr, William T., 1941- (person)

Simons, Marlise (person)

Muson, Howard H. (person)

Lass, Abraham H. (person)

Segal, Carol (Cookie) (person)

Axelbank, Albert (person)

Sterngold, James (person)

Brandon, Henry, 1916-1993 (person)

Journalist and author. Full name Oscar Henry Brandon; died 1993. From the description of Papers of Henry Brandon, 1939-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71072655 Epithet: writer on crime British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000567.0x0002d7 Biographical Note 1916, Mar. 9 Born Oscar H...

Darrow, Katharine P. (person)

Schlein, Lonnie, 1949- (person)

Troelstrup, Glenn (person)

Gannon, Michael V. (Prof.) (person)

Moscow, Warren, 1908-1992 (person)

Journalist. From the description of Reminiscences of Warren Moscow : oral history, 1981. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309741723 From the description of Reminiscences of Warren Moscow : oral history, 1953. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309741742 ...

Salzman, Herbert (Amb.) (person)

Janensch, Paul (person)

Vasquez, Juan (person)

Garrison, Lloyd (person)

Albright, John Brannon (person)

Wilson, Martha (person)

Frye, William R. (person)

O'Donnell, Harry J. (person)

Maidenberg, Michael (person)

Earley, E. N. (Pete) (person)

Schneider, Keith (person)

Sloan, Alfred P., Foundation (corporateBody)

Gulliver, Harold Strong, 1893- (person)

Fulbright, Newton H. (person)

Sabinson, Harvey (person)

Abrahamsen, David (Dr.) (person)

Ross, Michael E. (person)

Society of Professional Journalists (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Greenfield, Meg (person)

Editor and journalist. Full name: Mary Ellen Greenfield. Born 1930; died 1999. From the description of Meg Greenfield papers, 1890-1999 (bulk 1952-1999). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132910 Biographical Note 1930, Dec. 27 Born Mary Ellen Greenfield, Seattle, Wash. 1952 B. A., Smith College, Northamp...

Wycliff, Don (person)

Confrey, Paul B. (person)

Tolchin, Martin. (person)

Winchester, Simon (person)

Bar Am, Micha (person)

American society of newspaper editors (corporateBody)

The American Society of Newspaper Editors was founded in 1922. The first president was Casper Yost of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat . From the guide to the American Society of Newspaper Editors Records, 1964-1966, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Albright, Joseph P. (person)

Rosenthal, Jonathan H. (person)

Hall, Gus (person)

Zinsser, William Knowlton (person)

1922 1943 Born in New York City, 1922. Princeton University, class of 1944. 1943 1945 Enlisted in the U.S. Army (North Africa and Italy). 1946 1959 ...

Warner, Edith B. (person)

Schorr, Daniel, 1916-2010 (person)

Journalist. From the description of Daniel Schorr papers, 1922-2006 (bulk 1943-2006). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 727512138 Biographical Note 1916, Aug. 31 Born, New York, N.Y. 1930 1933 Attended DeWitt Clinton High School, New York, N. Y....

Moses, Robert (Comr.) (person)

Salisbury, Harrison E. (Harrison Evans), 1908-1993 (person)

Epithet: Associate Editor `The New York Times' British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000561.0x00005b The American journalist Harrison E. Salisbury (1908-1993) was well-known for his reporting and books on the Soviet Union. A distinguished correspondent and editor for the New York Times, he was the first American reporter to visit Hanoi during the Vietnam War. After editing the campus daily at the University of Minnes...

Jhavbala, Ruth Prawer (person)

Nichols-Worrall, Mary (person)

Ottinger, John C. (person)

Sims, Calvin (person)

Lewis, Chester M. (person)

Kneeland, Douglas (person)

Gold, Gerald (person)

Phillips, Randolph (person)

Canby, Vincent (person)

Livingston, Mollie Parnis (person)

Rosenthal, A. M. (Namesake) (person)

Greenhouse, Steven (person)

Attwood, William, 1919- (person)

Publisher. From the description of Reminiscences of William Attwood : oral history, 1975. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309721641 Publisher, ambassador. From the description of Reminiscences of William Attwood : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122480910 ...

Palley, Reese (person)

Stoppard, Tom (person)

Tom Stoppard, playwright. From the description of Jumpers : typescript, February 21, 2003. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 79408761 British playwright, radio, television, and film script writer, and journalist. From the description of Papers, 1939-2000 (bulk 1970-2000). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122453089 Tom Stoppard. playwright. From the description of ...

Maberley, Desmond (person)

Burke, Thomas, active 1801-1815 (person)

Epithet: of Castlecomer, county Kilkenny British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001030.0x0000d1 Epithet: of Add MS 40240 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001030.0x0000d0 Epithet: singer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001186.0x000337 Epithet: Captain...

Belair, Felix, Jr. (person)

Ruskin, Asa P. (person)

Wedemeyer, Dee (person)

Meyer, André, 1898-1979 (person)

Gleick, James (person)

Hechinger, Fred M. (person)

Chronology 1920 July 7 Born, Nuremberg, Germany 1943 Naturalized; A.B., City College, New York 1944 1946 Member, Office of Military Attaché, American Embassy, and with British War Office ...

Warren, Robert Penn, 1905-1989 (person)

Robert Penn Warren (1905-1989), first poet laureate of the United States, was a poet, writer of fiction, and co-author with Cleanth Brooks of influential textbooks on literature. He won Pulitzer Prizes for All the King's Men (1946) and for volumes of poetry, Promises (1958) and Now and Then (1979). From the description of Robert Penn Warren papers, 1906-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702132948 Robert Penn Warren served on the faculty of Louisiana State University, Dept...

Ingraham, Joseph C. (person)

Rule, Sheila (person)

Gordey, Michael (person)

Ayres, B. Drummond, Jr. (person)

Wells, Linda (person)

American Jewish Committee (corporateBody)

Founded in 1906 to safeguard the rights of Jews and to alleviate the consequences of persecution or disaster affecting them at home or abroad. ...

Neiman, Walter (person)

Roessler, Peggy (person)

Waltcher, Milton (person)

Walsh, Denny Jay (person)

Breslin, Jimmy (person)

Corry, John J. (person)

Colby, William Edward, 1875-1964 (person)

Biographical Sketch William Edward Colby was born in Benicia, California, in 1875. His mother, Caroline Amelia (Smith) Colby, had been a teacher in the Young Ladies Seminary, and his father, Gilbert Winslow Colby, was a `49er, merchant, state assemblyman and state senator. After attending public schools in Benicia and Berkeley, Colby was graduated from the Hastings College of Law in 1898. He began his practice in San Francisco and soon specia...

Quint, Michael (person)

Anastasi, Paul (person)

Tauber, Peter (person)

Sawyer, Diane, 1945- (person)

Dale, Edwin L. (person)

Langer, Richard W. (person)

Silverstein, Louis J. (person)

Elliott, Osborn (person)

Soames, Mary (Lady) (person)

Markel, Helen (person)

Stewart, Ian (person)

Goodman, Andrew, LL. B. (person)

Associate Commissioner, Community Health Works. From the description of Reminiscences of Andrew Goodman : oral history, 2002. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 269259652 ...

Dinken, Jack M. (person)

Kisselgoff, Anna. (person)

Rasky, Susan F. (person)

Coates, James (person)

Epithet: highwayman British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000174.0x0000a5 Epithet: Butler of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000174.0x0000a4 ...

Allen, Charles E. (person)

Shuster, Alvin (Mr. & Mrs.)(Miriam) (person)

Beecher, William (person)

Park City Mathematics Institute (corporateBody)

Tyno, Steve (person)

Gravely, Ed (person)

Everett, Walter (person)

McFarren, Peter J. (person)

Keehn, Martha (person)

Atlas, Terry (person)

Scheer, Julian (person)

Scheer was Assistant Administrator for Public Affairs. From the description of Credit for work of Irl Newlan of JPL on Ranger 7 film : memo to William H. Pickering, JPL Director, 1965 May 14. (Jet Propulsion Laboratory Library and Archives). WorldCat record id: 733098933 ...

Ferretti, Eileen (person)

Machlowitz, Marilyn, 1952- (person)

Schoenbrun, David F. (person)

Singh, Nirmal J. (person)

Becker, Jerome M. (Judge) (person)

Lewis, Flora (person)

Toner, Robin (person)

American friends service committee (corporateBody)

Quaker organization formed to promote peace and reconciliation through its social service and relief programs. From the description of American Friends Service Committee records, 1933-1988 (bulk 1933-1938). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983753 The American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) was organized in June 1917 as an outgrowth of and coordination point for the anti-war and relief activities of various bodies of the Religious Society of Friends in the United States. A ...

Williams College (corporateBody)

Cater, Douglass (person)

Cowell, Alan (person)

Paar, Jack (person)

Padwe, Sandy (person)

Shulman, Marshall Darrow (person)

Marshall D. Shulman was a special assistant to the Secretary of State from 1950 to 1953 and ambassador and special advisor on Soviet Affairs to the Secretary of State from 1977 to 1980. He joined the Columbia faculty in 1967 and now is Adlai E. Stevenson Professor of International Relations Emeritus and senior lecturer on international relations. He has written numerous books and articles on Soviet foreign policy and Soviet military policy. From the description of Marshall D. Shulman...

Gehman, Richard (person)

Hofstadter, Richard (Prof.) (person)

Vohra, H. R. (person)

Stevenson, Jed (person)

Institute for Policy Studies (corporateBody)

On September 1, 1963, the Peace Research Institute changed its name to the Institute for Policy Studies. The IPS was founded as a "transnational center for research, education, and social invention." It advocates critical study of U.S. policy and suggests alternative concepts and strategies. IPS produces the "independent socialist newpaper," In These Times. From the description of Collection, 1962-[ongoing]. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 28296789 ...

Bergman, Bernard (person)

Gwertzman, Bernard M. (person)

Journalist. From the description of Reminiscences of Bernard Gwertzman : oral history, 1975. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122513753 ...

Cianfrani, Henry (Sen.) (person)

Bird, David (person)

Belkin, Lisa B. (person)

Quinn, Sally. (person)

Wife of Confederate soldier. From the description of Papers, 1850-1927. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 36314315 ...

Engelberg, Stephen (person)

Smith, Hedrick L. (person)

De Onis, Juan (person)

Navrozov, Lev. (person)

Reeves, Richard (person)

Dyson, John S. (person)

King, Wayne (person)

Lewis, Joan L. (person)

Hollings, Ernest F., 1922-.... (person)

American institute of public opinion (corporateBody)

Campion, Thomas Baird (Mr. (person)

Gannett Newspapers, Inc. (corporateBody)

Thomas, Reginald (person)

Basler, Barbara (person)

Capote, Truman, 1924-1984 (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED American author. From the guide to the Truman Capote ephemera Collection, 1949-1988., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Truman Capote (1924- ), American author. From the description of Truman Capote papers, 1939-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38476609 Truman Capote is an American writer. From the description of Truman Capote fonds. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 667848368...

Hornblower, Margot (person)

Wilner, Judith (person)

Swing, William (person)

Corrigan, Ed (person)

Sahgal, Nayantara, 1927-.... (person)

Howard, Jack R. (Jack Rohe), 1910- (person)

Jones, Christopher (person)

Gruson, Sheila (person)

Shapley, Deborah (person)

Sevareid, Eric, 1912-1992 (person)

Arnold Eric Sevareid (b. November 26, 1912-d. July 9, 1992) was born in Velva, North Dakota. He was a CBS news journalist from 1939 to 1977....

Handelman, Benjamin (person)

Gailey, Philip (person)

De Silva, Peer (person)

Women's City Club of New York (corporateBody)

Goodson, Mark (person)

Evans, Thomas C. (person)

Moore, Wickliffe B. (person)

Lowe, Harriet Van Horne, 1920-1998 (person)

Farah, Barbara (person)

Eskenazi, Gerald. (person)

Nemtzov, Bernard (person)

Cherry, Rona (person)

Gold, Allan R. (person)

Mikos, Nick George (person)

Alioto, Joseph L. (person)

Alioto was San Francisco's 36th mayor, serving two terms beginning Jan. 8, 1968, and ending Jan. 1974. From the description of Joseph L. Alioto papers, 1958-1977 (bulk 1968-1974). (San Francisco Public Library). WorldCat record id: 48891244 Biography Joseph Lawrence Alioto was born February 12, 1916 in San Francisco to Giuseppe and Domenica Alioto. His father, a Sicilian imimgrant, was a successful San Francisco fish whol...

McMorrow, Fred (person)

Armstrong, Joe. (person)

O'Connor, John J. (John Joseph), 1896- (person)

John J. O'Connor first came to NYU in 1981 with incoming NYU President John Brademas, for whom he had worked as press secretary and special assistant on Capitol Hill. O'Connor assumed two positions at the university. He served as Executive Assistant to the President and worked under Naomi Levine, Vice President for External Affairs. The Office of External Affairs was responsible for the management and planning of all fundraising, public relations, and alumni programs. The duties of ...

Grunwald, Lisa (person)

White House Correspondents' Association (corporateBody)

Broniarek, Zygmunt (person)

Ostow, Mortimer (Dr. (person)

Starobin, Joseph R. (Joseph Robert), 1913-1976 (person)

Biography Joseph R. Starobin (1913-1976) and his son, Robert S. Starobin (1939-1971) each played significant roles in the radical movements of their times, the so-called Old Left and New Left. Joseph Starobin, born of a White Russian Jewish family in New York City, grew up among Socialists and became radicalized during the Great Depression. He was the foreign editor of the Daily Worker from 1945-1954, In 1951, on the Communist Par...

Procope, John L. (person)

Ash, Roy L. (person)

Draffen, Duayne (person)

Ickeringill, Nan (person)

Andrews, Frederick (person)

Kleiman, Robert. (person)

Nordheimer, Jon (person)

Solomon, Barbara Probst (person)

American author and editor; b. 1928.. From the description of Barbara Probst Solomon collection, 1979-2001. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70969776 ...

Faust, Joan Lee (person)

Jit, Inder (person)

Treaster, Joseph B. (person)

Kaufman, Michael T. (person)

Jonas, Robert (person)

Storm, John H. (person)

Phelps, Robert H. (person)

McKinsey & Co., Inc. (corporateBody)

Haggerty, Gilbert (person)

Wald, Matthew (person)

Shabecoff, Philip (person)

Kotlowitz, Robert (person)

Delaney, Paul, 1972-.... (person)

Martin, Joseph B. (person)

Brewer, Linda (person)

Rosenfeld, Alvin A. (person)

Kirschenbaum, Irving (Judge) (person)

Hoge, Warren M. (person)

Wiechowski, Alex (person)

Van Gelder, Lawrence (person)

Tyson, Harvey (person)

Freed, John (person)

Volsky, George A. (person)

Stadler, Maury Tuckerman (Tuck) (person)

Castillo, Angel (person)

Cerra, Francis (person)

Gruson, Kerry (person)

St. Pierre, Eric (person)

Caruthers, Osgood (person)

Beech, Keyes (person)

Styron, William, 1925-2006 (person)

American novelist William Styron was born in Virginia and graduated from Duke. After serving in World War II, he worked as an editor while writing his first novel. His work has been both controversial and timely; his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Confessions of Nat Turner, explored the theme of slavery, and benefitted from being released during the racially-charged 1960s, and his American Book Award-winning novel, Sophie's Choice, examined a World War II concentration camp survivor. His styl...

Moran, Steven (person)

Robinson, Charles F. (person)

Deaver, Frank (Prof.) (person)

Slade, Margot (person)

Rosenthal, Abraham M. (Mrs.)(Ann Burks Rosenthal) (person)

Robb, Gene (person)

Fowler, Elizabeth (person)

Epithet: wife of (1) Gabriel Fowler, and (2) Sir J Brockett British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001345.0x00031e ...

Brennan, Walter (person)

Walz, Jay (person)

Keller, Susan (person)

William McWhir (1759-1851) was born on September 9 in County Down, Ireland. he attended the College of Belfast where he studied theology. After receiving his license to the ministry from Belfast Presbytery, he moved to the United States, settling in Alexandria, Virginia, in 1783. For the next ten years McWhir served as the headmaster of the Alexandria Academy. In 1793, he moved to Sunbury, Georgia, where he appointed principal of the Sunbury Academy. Under his leadership over the next thirty yea...

Rabi, Isidor I. (person)

Roberts, Katherine (person)

Daniels, Lee (person)

Lazar, Victor (person)

Holden, Stephen (person)

Frempong, Sekyere Lee (person)

Clurman, Richard M. (person)

American author and journalist; b. Richard Michael Clurman 1924; d. 1996. From the description of Richard Clurman collection, [197-]-1997. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70973170 American journalist and author. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated New York, 8 June 1992, to Joan Peyser, 1992 June 8. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270992236 ...

Knudson, Tom (person)

McNamara, Robert S., 1916-2009 (person)

U.S. secretary of defense, president of World Bank, and corporate executive. Full name: Robert Strange McNamara. From the description of Robert S. McNamara papers, 1934-2009 (bulk 1968-2005). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132706 Robert Strange McNamara (b. 1916) was a business executive and Secretary of Defense during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. During World War II he worked on the deployment of the B-29 bomber, and served in the Army Air Forces in India, Chi...

Maitland, Leslie. (person)

Lask, Thomas (person)

Brill, Steven. (person)

Cunningham, William (person)

Title: 13th Earl of Glencairn British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000844.0x000330 Epithet: Commissioner of Estates for Ayr British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000844.0x00032c Title: 4th Earl of Glencairn British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/...

Cowan, Edward (person)

Asbell, Bernard (person)

Bernard Asbell was an Associate Professor of English at the Pennsylvania State University teaching nonfiction writing from 1984 until his retirement in 1992. He was the author of twelve books, most notably The pill: a biography of the drug that changed the world (1995) and Paterno: by the book (1991). From the description of Bernard Asbell papers, 1950s-2000. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 298347897 ...

Ripley, Anthony (person)

Bancroft, Harding F. (Harding Foster), 1910- (person)

Geniesse, Jane (person)

Abrams, Richard (person)

Connally, John Bowden, 1917-1993 (person)

John Bowden Connally Jr. (February 27, 1917 – June 15, 1993) was an American politician. He served as the 39th Governor of Texas and as the 61st United States Secretary of the Treasury. He began his career as a Democrat and later became a Republican in 1973. Born in Floresville, Texas, Connally pursued a legal career after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin. During World War II, he served on the staff of James Forrestal and Dwight D. Eisenhower before transferring to the Asiati...

Yarborough, Ralph W. (person)

Born in Chandler, Texas, on June 8, 1903, Ralph Webster Yarborough went on to become a United States Senator and the leader of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party in Texas during the tumultuous 1960s. After graduating from the University of Texas law school in 1927, Yarborough joined a law firm in in El Paso. The following year, Yarborough married Opal Warren and they had one son, Richard. Hired as an assistant attorney general in 1931, Yarborough endeavored to secure the inter...

Marshall, James (person)

James Marshall was born October 10, 1942, in San Antonio, Texas to George E., an insurance salesman, and Cecille Harrison Marshall. Initially interested in music, he studied viola at the New England Conservatory of Music, 1960-1961, until nerve damage in his hand forced him to quit. Marshall also attended Southern Connecticut State College (B.A., 1967) and Trinity College (1967-1968). In addition, he worked as a French and Spanish teacher at Cathedral High School in Boston, MA (1968...

Peck, Marshall H. (person)

Bhardwaj, M. L. (person)

Iselin, John Jay (person)

John Jay Iselin, descendent of the Supreme Court Justice John Jay, was born in Greenville, South Carolina in 1933. He left South Carolina to pursue his education at Harvard, where he received both his Bachelor's Degree. He received the prestigious Marshall Scholarship which funded his course of study at Cambridge, where he received his Master's Degree before returning to Harvard to pursue his PhD in government, which he received in 1964. After graduation he worked as a j...

Winship, Thomas (person)

Freedman, Emanuel R. (person)

Buchman, Timothy (person)

Araskog, Rand V. (person)

Marks, Myron (person)

Rankin, Robert A. (person)

Gustafson, Robin (person)

Apple, R. W. (Raymond Walter), 1934-2006 (person)

Ogden, Warner (person)

Brackett, Alma (person)

Lippman, Thomas W. (person)

Steinbrenner, George M. (George Michael), 1930-2010 (person)

Weissberg, Marvin F. (person)

Cohn, Roy M. (person)

Teltsch, Kathleen (person)

Sullivan, Joseph (person)

Townsend, Paul D. (person)

Gussow, Mel (person)

Berkowitz, David (person)

Bowles, Chester, 1901-1986 (person)

United States ambassador to India, 1951-1953 and 1963-1969. From the description of The Indo-American development program : the problems and opportunities : mimeograph, 1952. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867525 Chester Bowles was born on April 5, 1901, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from Yale University in 1924 (B.S.) and established the advertising firm of Benton and Bowles, with William Benton, in 1929. Bowles served in the Office of Price Administration ...

Montorio, John (person)

Richie, Mary (person)

Szulc, Taddeusz (person)

Majian, Rosa (Prof.) (person)

Amjad Ali, Syed (person)

Montgomery, Paul (person)

Machlis, Joseph (Prof.) (person)

Miller, Judith, 1943- (person)

Ginzburg, Ralph (person)

Rago, Steven J. (person)

Smith College. (corporateBody)

Since 1900, Christmas at Smith College has involved the sending of cards, the singing of carols and the annual Vespers. Smith College's Christmas Vespers has allowed religious and non-religious students alike to come together and appreciate the music and spirit of the holiday season. At this annual candlelight ceremony, Smith College choral groups perform seasonal songs and religious readings. From the description of Records of Christmas at Smith College, 1900-[ongoing]. (Smith Colle...

Linowitz, Sol M., 1913-2005 (person)

Lawyer, diplomat, U.S. presidential advisor, and businessman. From the description of Sol M. Linowitz papers, 1778-1999 (bulk 1946-1995). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71060260 Lawyer, government official. From the description of Reminiscences of Sol Myron Linowitz : oral history, 1983. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309727043 From the description of Reminiscences of Sol Myron Linowitz : oral history, 1976. (Columbia ...

Cowles, John, Jr. (person)

Gladfelter, Dean (person)

Honan, William A. (person)

Thomas, Jo (person)

Epithet: Apothecary British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001241.0x000376 ...

Roy, Sunil K. (Amb.) (person)

Natwar-Singh, K. (person)

Klein, Edward, 1936-.... (person)

Frey, Arthur (person)

Tagliabue, John, 1923-.... (person)

John Tagliabue (1923-2006) was an American poet and playwright. Born in Italy, Tagliabue came with his family to the United States while still a child. He studied English at Columbia University where his fellow students inluded Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac, and over his career received six Fulbright fellowships which he spent in Italy, China, Japan, and Indonesia. He taught for more than 35 years (1953-1989) at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where he actively recruited notable poets like D...

Hu, Tommy (Dr.) (person)

Murphy, John M., 1926- (person)

Wick, Charles Z (person)

Hamilton, Thomas J. (Thomas Jefferson), 1909-1987 (person)

Maines, Patrick D. (person)

Bleakley, Fred R. (person)

Blum, Daniel (person)

Horne, George, 1730-1792 (person)

Greenspun, Robert (person)

Maslin, Janet (Mrs. Benjamin H. Cheever) (person)

Wilder, Joseph (Dr.) (person)

United press international (corporateBody)

United Press International is a major news service. It was founded in 1907 by E. W. Scripps as United Press and merged in 1958 with International News Service, which had been established by William Randolph Hearst in 1909. The service, which is distributed worldwide, is headquartered in New York. From the description of Press files, ca.1970-1985. (Florida State Archive). WorldCat record id: 32413400 E. W. Scripps started the United Press Association in 1907, by ...

Lyons, Richard (person)

Pollack, Andrew M. (person)

Bormann, Martin (person)

Epithet: Assistant to Rudolf Hess British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001085.0x000166 ...

Glynn, Prudence (person)

New York Times Company. (corporateBody)

The National Desk, also referred to as the National News Desk or the Telegraph Desk, is the department responsible for the development and presentation of The New York Times' reporting on the United States. At the time of these records' creation, it was one of three main news desks at The Times, along with the Metropolitan Desk and the Foreign Desk. Staff members include the national-news editor who headed the department, news editors in New York City, and editors and correspondents in the vario...

Shipler, David K. (person)

Brown, David, 1953 December 18- (person)

Epithet: sec Havergal Brian Society British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001027.0x000023 ...

Winfrey, Carey (person)

Russell, James (person)

Epithet: actor, of the Theatre Royal, Edinburgh British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000244.0x00018d Epithet: Reverend British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000244.0x000194 Epithet: junior British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000244.0x000191 Epithet: barrist...

Dalton, Dudley C. (person)

Bussell, Mark (person)

Meyers, Michael (person)

Hanway, William (person)

International Latex Corporation (corporateBody)

Manufacturer of latex products under the brand name Playtex; founded in Rochester, N.Y., in 1932; bought land in Dover, Del., 1936 and built a factory. From the description of International Latex Corporation new release, ca. 1937. (Historical Society of Delaware). WorldCat record id: 71056999 ...

Cohen, Richard G. (person)

Thomas, Lowell, 1892-1981 (person)

American author, journalist, and world traveller. From the description of Letters, 1961-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122553309 Newscaster, foreign correspondent, and explorer. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1890]-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155531746 Thomas was a radio and television broadcaster, author, and world traveler. From the description of The Lowell Jackson Thomas papers. 1916-2010. (University of Utah). WorldC...

Boenzi, Neal (person)

Nader, Ralph, 1934- (person)

Ralph Nader (b. Feb. 27, 1934, Winsted, CT) graduated from Princeton University (1955) and received an LL.B. from Harvard Law School (1958). After law school he served in the U.S. Army as a cook. Starting in 1959, Nader began practicing as a lawyer in Hartford, CT, while lecturing at the University of Hartford. He was also a writer for the Christian Science Monitor and The Nation. In 1964, he relocated to Washington, DC to serve as a consultant to Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel Patrick M...

Cowan, George (person)

Epithet: of Ballsbridge Dublin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x00022a ...

Levey, Robert F. (person)

Waldheim, Kurt (person)

Secretary-general, United Nations, 1972-1982; president of Austria, 1986- From the description of Kurt Waldheim interview transcript, 1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123419698 UN Secretary-General (1971-1981); Austria's Permanent Representative to the United Nations; Austria's Foreign Minister to the United Nations. From the description of Oral history interview with Kurt Waldheim, 2000. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 769741829 ...

Palmer, George (person)

Epithet: MP; of Add MS 40497 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001092.0x000303 Epithet: MP; of Add MS 43389 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001092.0x000304 Epithet: Governor of the Bank of Ireland British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001092.0x000301 ...

Rosellini, Lynn (person)

Noyes, Newbold (person)

Kapenstein, Ira (person)

Tyrrell, R. Emmett. (person)

Chira, Susan D. (person)

De Borchgrave, Arnaud (person)

Biographical/Historical Note American journalist. From the guide to the Arnaud de Borchgrave speech, undated, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Valenti, Jack (person)

Reston, Richard (person)

Magriel, Paul (person)

Paul D. Magriel (1906-1990) was an art collector from New York, N.Y. From the description of Oral history interview with Paul D. Magriel, 1970 Nov. 12-25 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 495596677 Art collector; New York, N.Y.; d. 1990. From the description of Oral history interview with Paul D. Magriel, 1970 Nov. 12-Nov. 25 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81875312 Art collector, New York, N.Y. From the desc...

Heiskell, Andrew, 1915- (person)

Magazine executive. From the description of Reminiscences of Andrew Heiskell : oral history, 1987. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481736 From the description of Reminiscences of Andrew Heiskell: oral history, 1987. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309744388 ...

Martin, John Leonard Roosevelt, 1904-1965 (person)

Rosenthal, Robert (person)

Freund, Andreas (person)

Binn, Sheldon (person)

Grenier, Cynthia (person)

Carter, Jimmy, 1924- (person)

Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.), thirty-ninth president of the United States, was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia, and grew up in the nearby community of Archery. His father, James Earl Carter, Sr., was a farmer and businessman; his mother, Lillian Gordy, a registered nurse. He was educated in the Plains public schools, attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia Institute of Technology, and received a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1946. In the Navy he became a ...

Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. (corporateBody)

Abzug, Bella S., 1920-1998 (person)

Bella Savitzky Abzug (July 24, 1920 – March 31, 1998), nicknamed "Battling Bella", was an American lawyer, U.S. Representative, social activist and a leader in the women's movement. In 1971, Abzug joined other leading feminists such as Gloria Steinem, Shirley Chisholm, and Betty Friedan to found the National Women's Political Caucus. She was known as a leading figure in what came to be known as eco-feminism. In 1970, Abzug's first campaign slogan was, "This woman's place is in the House—the H...

Cowles, Gardner, Jr. (person)

Sayre, Nora. (person)

Nora Sayre (1932-2001) was a journalist, author, and critic whose work focused on American culture, politics and society during the Cold War era. Her parents, Joel G. Sayre and Gertrude Lynahan Sayre, were professional writers whose circle of friends included Edmund Wilson and Walker Evans. Sayre worked as a journalist in Paris and London for several years following graduation from Radcliffe College. She wrote articles and reviews for many publications, including New Sta...

Martin, Douglas (person)

Michie, Norman (person)

Jordan, Lewis E. (person)

Wilford, John Noble. (person)

Gandhi, Indira (Prime Min.) (person)

Ledbetter, Les (person)

Sears, Floyd (person)

92nd Street Y (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Yorkville Neighborhood Club, Inc., established 1950; dissolved 1965, with assets and programs absorbed by Y as Senior Citizens Club; known after 1978 as Senior Adult Club. From the description of Senior adult programs records, 1950-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155528287 ...

Eder, Richard (person)

Kramer, Hilton (person)

Navasky, Victor S. (person)

Victor Saul Navasky (b. 1932) is a journalist and author of the book Kennedy Justice (1971). From the description of Navasky, Victor S. (Victor Saul), 1932- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10581748 ...

Slater, Jack (person)

Jenkins, Nancy (person)

Herget, Barlow (person)

Manning, Gordon, 1917-2006 (person)

Sinkler, Rebecca (person)

Vesco, Robert (person)

Bedell, Ann Wooster (Mrs.) (person)

Low, Robert A... (person)

Middleton, Drew (person)

Connolly, William G. (person)

Caesar, Irving (person)

Writer of "Swanee" and other songs. From the description of Autograph card signed : [New York], to Irene [Gallagher], 1921 May 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270935634 Lyricist. From the description of Reminiscences of Irving Caesar : oral history, [195-?]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122564878 Lyricist and songwriter who served as stenographer and secretary on Henry Ford's Peace Expedition, 1915-1916. ...

Bernier, Rosamond (person)

Dembart, Lee (person)

Clancy, Kate (person)

Noble, Kenneth B. (person)

Institute for Democratic Socialism (U.S.) (corporateBody)

McNamara, Kay (person)

Applebome, Peter (person)

Big Sky of Montana, Inc. (corporateBody)

Miller, Bryan J. (person)

Lynch, James T. (person)

Radosta, John S. (person)

Gross, Elliot M. (Dr.) (person)

Della Monica, Glenn (person)

Topping, Karen (Mrs. Cone) (person)

Zolto, Robert L. (person)

Reilly, William C. (person)

Wark, Thomas (person)

Fosburgh, Lacey (Mrs. David Harris) (person)

Bluhdorn, Charles G (person)

Gelb, Barbara (Mrs. Arthur) (person)

Libresco, Emile (person)

Richman, Alan (person)

Arbus, Diane, 1923-1971 (person)

Diane Arbus (b. March 14, 1923, New York City, NY–d. July 26, 1971, New York City, NY) was an American photographer noted for photographs of marginalized people and others whose normality was perceived by the general populace as ugly or surreal. Her work has been described as consisting of formal manipulation characterized by blatant sensationalism....

Cunningham, Frank, 1911- (person)

Lewis, Paul M. (person)

Holmberg, A. William Jr. (person)

Gandhi, Mohandas K. (person)

Stolberg, David W. (person)

Donovan, Carrie (person)

Fashion editor Carrie Donovan was born Carolyn Gertrude Amelia Donovan in 1928. She and her sister Joan grew up in Lake Placid, New York, and lived with their grandparents until 1942, when they joined their mother, Margaret Wood Donovan, who was working in a war production factory in Brooklyn, New York. Captivated by fashion at an early age, Donovan graduated from Parsons School of Design in 1950, and worked as a reporter for the New York Times and later as an editor for Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, ...

Fried, Charles (Solicitor Gen.) (person)

Schreiber, LeAnne (person)

Chib, S. N. (person)

Begin, Menachem (Prime Min.) (person)

Yannis, Alexander (person)

Prinz, Gerhard (Dr.) (person)

Feyer, Tom (person)

Bouboulidi, Rita (person)

Gelb, Richard L. (person)

White, Robert M. II (person)

Price, Robert (Robert J.) (person)

Epithet: MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000298.0x0003a8 Epithet: of Add MS 61609 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001197.0x0003ae Epithet: MP, Baron of the Exchequer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000706.0x0001c0 Epithet: Reverend ...

Sheean, Vincent (Jimmy) (person)

Mazonowicz, Douglas (person)

Avis-Rent-A-Car System (corporateBody)

American Civil Liberties Union (corporateBody)

Founded in 1920 in New York City by Roger Baldwin and others; the ACLU was an outgrowth of the American Union Against Militarism's National Civil Liberties Bureau, which in 1920 changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union. From the description of Collection, 1917- (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 42740878 The Southern Women's Rights Project (SWRP) located in Richmond is affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union. The project deal...

Opotowsky, Stan. (person)

Franks, Lucinda (person)

Jackson, George (person)

Epithet: of the Scottish National Reform League British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000214.0x0000f6 Epithet: of Add MS 37682 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000214.0x0000f5 Epithet: Under Secretary to the Admiralty British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000214.0...

Friendly, Dorothy Greene (person)

Shenker, Israel (person)

Dowd, Maureen (person)

Russo, Anthony. (person)

Rossant, Jack (person)

Ward, F. Champion, 1910-2007 (person)

American educator; Ford Foundation educational consultant, India, 1954-1958; vice president for education and research, Ford Foundation, 1966-1971. From the description of F. Champion Ward papers, 1941-1997. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123379757 Ward was professor of philosophy and Dean of the College at the University of Chicago. From the description of Papers, 1947-1994. (University of Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 52245832 ...

Farber, Myron A. (person)

Appalachian News Service (corporateBody)

Schmemann, Serge, 1945-.... (person)

Campbell, John W. (person)

Barnes, Peter (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000814.0x000136 ...

Berens, Ralph (person)

Grenier, Richard, 1926- (person)

Zenger, John Peter, 1697-1746 (person)

Griffin, Charles H. (person)

Jones, Christopher E. (person)

Viglucci, Andrew T. (person)

Sullivan, Walter S. (person)

Frishman, Michael (person)

Dicke, William (person)

D'Amboise, Jacques (person)

Schonberg, Harold C. (person)

Zukerman, David R. (person)

Boccardi, Louis D. (person)

American Press Institute (corporateBody)

Johnson, Hugh (person)

Walker, Gerald (person)

Spielvogel, Carl (person)

Allilueva, Svetlana, 1926-2011 (person)

Bedingfield, Robert E. (person)

Fiske, Edward N. (person)

Stuart, Reginald A. (person)

Lee, Nancy (person)

Naddaff, Elaine (person)

Rosenblatt, Roger. (person)

Davies, Lawrence E. (person)

Gutis, Philip (person)

Hussey, Mark (person)

Greer, Willie (person)

Hotchner, A. E. (person)

American author and playwright; born Aaron Edward Hotchner in St. Louis, Mo. in 1920, graduated from Washington University and Washington University School of Law in 1941. From the description of Papers, 1944-1990. (Washington University in St. Louis). WorldCat record id: 26089694 ...

Timerman, Jacobo, 1923- (person)

Schuon, Marshall J. (person)

Lueck, Thomas (person)

Westmoreland, William Childs, 1914-2005 (person)

U.S. military leader during the Vietnam War. From the description of William C. Westmoreland oral history interview : Tape and transcript, 1982 February 11 [sound recording] / conducted by Ron Priddis and Scott Faulring. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122479992 William Childs Westmoreland (1914-2005) was commander of all American forces in the Vietnam War, in his role as Commander of the U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, 1964 to 1968. He was Chief of Staff of the U....

Buder, Leonard (person)

Hobby, William Pettus, 1878-1964 (person)

William “Bill” P. Hobby served as lieutenant governor of Texas for 18 years (1973-1991). Born in Houston on January 19, 1932, he is the son of former Texas governor William Pettus Hobby, Sr. and Oveta Culp Hobby. He graduated from Rice University in 1953, served for several years in the United States Navy, and then joined the staff of the Houston Post, owned by the Hobby family. Hobby became executive editor and president of the newspaper company in 1965, and he remained president u...

Gordon, Michael (person)

Abrams, Elliott, 1948-.... (person)

Segal, Martin Eli, 1916-2012 (person)

Kaiser, Robert B. (person)

Weiss, Jerome (person)

Moloney, Kathleen (person)

Samuels, Gertrude (person)

Clay, Thomas (person)

Roderick, John. (person)

Spagnoli, Gene L. (person)

Ochs, Adolph Shelby (person)

Geddes, John M. (person)

Maiorana, Ronald (person)

Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 (person)

John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917, to Joseph P. Kennedy and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy of Brookline, Massachusetts. John Kennedy, the second of nine children, attended Choate Academy (1932-1935), Princeton University (1935-36), Harvard College (1936-40), and Stanford Business School (1941). In 1940, he published a book based on his senior thesis entitled "Why England Slept." The book criticized British policy of Appeasement. In 1941, Kennedy enlisted in the Navy. In August 1943, Kenn...

Sheehan, Edward R.F. (person)

Ed Sheehan was a longtime personal friend of Steinbeck's and a columnist for the HONOLULU ADVERTISER. From the description of Ed Sheehan collection of papers relating to John Steinbeck, 1953-1999, bulk 1968-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122448496 ...

Buchwald, Art (person)

Harte, Houston, 1893- (person)

Newspaper publisher. From the description of Reminiscences of Houston Harte : oral history, 1951. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481468 ...

Watt, Daniel (Mr. (person)

Fuller, Jack (person)

Frank, David (person)

Amerasinghe, H. S. (Amb.) (person)

Zuckerbrod, Ruth (person)

Frank, Reuven, 1920-2006 (person)

Born in 1920 in Montreal, Quebec, Reuven Frank helped transform the world of television journalism when radio still dominated the airwaves. A graduate of Columbia University's prestigious Graduate School of Journalism, Frank also served in the U.S. Army for four years during World War II, two of them in Europe. Frank joined NBC in 1950 as a writer after spending three years at Newark Evening News (Newark, N.J.). As an executive at NBC News for much of the latter half of the twentieth century, Fr...

Donovan, Hedley. (person)

Hedley Williams Donovan was born on May 24, 1914 in Brainerd, Minnesota. He received an A.B. from the University of Minnesota in 1934, and he received a B.A. in 1936 as a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University. He was a reporter for the Washington Post from 1937 to 1942. From 1945 to 1951 he was a writer and editor for Fortune magazine in New York City; from 1951 to 1953 he was associate managing editor for Fortune; and from 1953 to 1959 he was managing editor for Fortune magazine. He served as edi...

Kilborn, Peter (person)

Shridharani, Sundari K. (person)

Lubar, Robert (person)

Beale, Betty (person)

Newspaper columnist; interviewee married George K. Graebel. From the description of Reminiscences of Betty Beale : oral history, 1969. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122440620 American society columnist, of Washington, D.C. From the description of Betty Beale collection, [196-]-[198-]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971169 ...

Kazan, Elia (person)

American film director. From the description of Carbon copy of a typed letter : place not specified, to Darryl [Zanuck], undated [1952 Jan. or Feb.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 778505876 American film producer. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Philadelphia, to [John Steinbeck], undated [1948]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 777247890 From the description of Preservation photocopy of a typed letter : place not specified, to John Stein...

Berkow, Ira (person)

Ira Berkow, an American sportswriter. Berkow was born in Chicago, Illinois on January 7, 1940 and attended Roger C. Sullivan High School in the Rogers Park section of Chicago, where he graduated from in 1957. His college career began at Miami University (BA, 1963) and ended at Northwestern University (MSJ, 1965). His first post as a sportswriter was with the Minneapolis Tribune (1965-1967). He then moved on to the syndicated news service Newspaper Enterprise Association where he wor...

Dryfoos, Susan W. (person)

Friedman, Thomas L. (person)

Cuomo, Mario Matthew (person)

Gibney, Frank B. (person)

Blair, William Granger (person)

Vanden Heuvel, William (Mr. & Mrs.)(Jean) (person)

Zohn, Arnold (person)

Fujioka, Sharon L. (person)

Clurman, Howard (person)

Bernstein, Lester (person)

Lester Bernstein was born in the early 1880s in the state of Pennsylvania. His parents immigrated to the United States from Germany in the late 1860s. Bernstein attended Lehigh University from 1900-1904. He won several awards and held many positions in numerous societies on campus. In his junior year (1902-03) Bernstein won the Civil Engineering Society Prize, First Honors in his Civil Engineering Course, was the Delegate to the Cleveland Convention and was Civil Engineering Society Treasurer. I...

Goodman, Jerry (person)

Ellsberg, Daniel P. (person)

Jaffe, Andy (person)

Hausner, Edward (person)

Klein, Woody (person)

Burt, Richard (Amb.) (person)

Siegel, Marvin (person)

Grey, Joel, 1932-.... (person)

Singer and entertainer. From the description of Autograph on leaf from program for A doll's life, a new musical, book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Larry Grossman, 1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270914762 Joel Grey was born Joel David Katz on April 11, 1932, in Cleveland, Ohio. His father Mickey Katz was a musician and comedian, well-known for his parody songs and routines, usually written for a Jewish audience, sometimes in Yiddish...

Malcolm, Andrew H., 1943-.... (person)

Rodgers, Condon (person)

Hohenberg, John (person)

Curran, Jean A., Jr. (person)

Goodale, James C. (person)

Kleinfield, Sonny (person)

Wallace, Lorraine (Mrs. Mike Wallace) (person)

Berle, Milton (Mrs.)(Ruth Rosenthal Berle) (person)

Barry, Joseph A. (person)

Binder, David (person)

Davidoff, Douglass T. (person)

Herbers, John. (person)

John Herbers (1923- ) graduated from Emory University in 1949 with a B.A. in journalism. While at Emory he worked for the Phoenix and the Wheel. He began his journalism career on the Greenwood, Mississippi Morning Star where he worked for eighteen months. Herbers then worked for the Jackson, Mississippi Daily News, and in 1952 joined United Press International in Mississippi where he became the Jackson Bureau manager. Herbers began his career with the New York Times in 1964 and worked there unti...

Prout, Linda R. (person)

Jones, David R. (David Richard) (person)

David Richard Jones was born in 1832 in Dolwyddelan, Caernarfonshire. He and his family emigrated to the United States in 1845 and settled in Wisconsin. Much of his poetry was published. He died in 1916. From the guide to the D. R. Jones's Collection of Poetry, 1857-1908, (Bangor University) ...

Settle, Gary (person)

Bergman, Jules (person)

Jules Bergman (1929-1987), a broadcast journalist, joined ABC News as a newswriter in 1953. He became ABC's science editor in 1961, a position he held until his death. From the description of Papers, 1962-1982. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 29435586 ...

Gelb, Peter (person)

Goodman, Roy (person)

Pakula, Alan (person)

Rosenberg, Alan (Dr.) (person)

McCarthy, B. (Barry) (person)

Beichman, Arnold (person)

Biographical/Historical Note American journalist and author. From the guide to the Arnold Beichman papers, 1932-2007., (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Kovach, William (person)

Goldman, Ari L. (person)

Rideau, Wilbert (person)

Baker, Simeon (person)

Halloran, Richard, 1930-.... (person)

Kosner, Edward (person)

Mortimer, John H. (person)

Norsky, Karel (person)

Porambo, Ron (person)

Williams, Edward Bennett (person)

Biographical Note 1920, May 31 Born, Hartford, Conn. 1941 A.B., College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass. 1941 1942 Served in United States Army Air Force ...

Lifton, Robert J. (person)

Miles, Martha (person)

Fogelsanger, W. J. (Rev.) (person)

Gottlieb, Martin (person)

Lee, Victor (person)

Ritchin, Fred (person)

Levine, Theodore (person)

Bath, Dane N. (person)

Campbell, Gloria (person)

Heinz, John (Sen.) (person)

Dunbar, Wilbur Louis (person)

Lingeman, Richard R. (person)

Couture, Ron (person)

Uchitelle, Louis (person)

Hammer, Armand, 1898-1990 (person)

Business executive and art collector. From the description of Armand Hammer papers, circa 1508-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71072183 Armand Hammer, b. 1897; d. 1990, Art collector of United States. From the description of Oral history interview with Armand Hammer, 1980 Aug. 26. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 646395739 Armand Hammer (1898-1990) was an art collector from Los Angeles, Calif. From the description of Oral history interview...

Helms, Richard H. (person)

O'Brian, Hugh Youth Foundation (corporateBody)

Raymond, Nicholas (person)

Carter, Don E. (person)

Blyth, Jaffre (person)

Brower, Arthur (person)

Lacy, John C. (person)

Gordon, Matthew (person)

Benson, E. M., Jr. (person)

Weir, June (person)

Slesin, Suzanne. (person)

Hiller, Arthur (person)

Waggoner, Walter H. (person)

Cook, Joan (person)

Morgan, Henry A. (person)

Shepard, Richard F. (person)

Muldaur, C. J. (person)

Yang, Linda (person)

Shub, Anatole (person)

Sterba, James P. (person)

Pierce, Samuel (Judge) (person)

Resnik, Regina (person)

Natwar-Singh, K. (person)

Hosefros, Paul (person)

Jones, Frank (person)

Biographical/Historical Note Private, British army; German prisoner. From the guide to the Frank Jones papers, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Abel, Elie. (person)

American journalist. From the description of Elie Abel papers, 1941-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872107 Journalist, b. 1920. From the description of Reminiscences of Elie Abel : oral history, 1970. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122512700 Elie Abel (b. Oct. 17, 1920, Montreal–d. July 22, 2004, Rockville, Md.), a former foreign and domestic correspondent at both The New York Times and NBC News, dean of the Gr...

Cole, Robert (person)

Epithet: of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000246.0x000165 Epithet: consul-general at Algiers British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000613.0x000221 Epithet: solicitor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000246.0x000167 Epithet: of Holybourne; J...

Slade, Claire (person)

Lederer, Jules (Mrs.)(Eppie) (person)

Newhouse, Nancy (person)

Friendly, Jonathan (person)

Welch, Elizabeth (person)

Schoenfeld, Gerald (person)

Kaufman, Peter (person)

Torre, Marie (person)

Rose, Frederick P. (person)

Busbee, George (Gov.) (person)

Atheneum Publishers, Inc. (corporateBody)

ITT World Communications Inc. (corporateBody)

Sobel, Dava. (person)

Caswell, Don (person)

Harris, Robert R. (Robert Rivers), 1933- (person)

Mitgang, Herbert (person)

Herbert Mitgang was an American literary critic, novelist, screenwriter, and playwright. From the guide to the Herbert Mitgang collection of papers, 1950-1986, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) Herbert Mitgang (1920- ), author, editor, journalist, and motion-picture producer, was managing editor of the U.S. Army newspaper Stars and Stripes, during World War II. After his war service, he joined the New Yo...

Gavin, Tom (person)

Bryant, Nelson, 1923- (person)

Amdur, Neil (person)

Young President's Organization (corporateBody)

Balakian, Nona. (person)

Daley, Arthur, 1904-1974 (person)

Rosen, Fred (person)

Young, Phil, 1956- (person)

Herzberg, Joseph G. (person)

Flaste, Richard (person)

Loeb, Louis M. (person)

Gottfried, Martin (person)

Levi, Primo (person)

Narayan, R. K., 1906-2001 (person)

R.K. Narayan is one of the most respected Indian authors of the 20th century. He has written numerous novels and short stories in his long and productive career, many set in the fictional Indian town of Malgudi, all composed in English. He has also published essays, travel writings, and a memoir. From the description of R.K. Narayan letter and clipping, 1982-1992. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 54667714 ...

Forem, Leon (person)

Forbes, Malcolm S. (person)

Patterson, Dale (person)

Greenspon, Stuart Prince (person)

Wool, Robert, 1934- (person)

Harris, William B., Captain (person)

Clines, Francis X. (person)

Cohen, Richard (person)

Kifner, John (person)

Raymond, Jack, 1923- (person)

Hauck, Lawrence G. (person)

Bethel, Stephen A. (person)

Ault, James W. (Mrs.)(Louise Choo Ault) (person)

Greenspun, Roger (person)

Starr, David (person)

Heck, L. Douglas (Amb.) (person)

Rattner, Steve (person)

Freedman, Sam (person)

Neuhauser, Arthur (person)

Samuels, Howard J. (person)

O'Dwyer, Paul (person)

Tyrmand, Leopold (person)

Polish-American novelist and author; vice president, Rockford Institute, 1980-1985; editor, Chronicles of Culture, 1977-1985. From the description of Leopold Tyrmand papers, 1941-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872270 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE 1920, May 16 Born, Warsaw, Poland 1938 ...

Seaman, Barbara (person)

Barbara Rosner Seaman (1935- ): feminist and author, (Oberlin, B.A., 1956) was a columnist and contributing editor at Ladies' Home Journal (1965-1969), child care and education editor at Family Circle (1970-1973), and author of articles and reviews in numerous newpapers and magazines. The author of The Doctors' Case Against the Pill, Free and Female, and Women and the Crisis in Sex Hormones, she was cited for her part in seeing that appropriate written warnings to patients accompany each prescri...

Holbrooke, Richard (person)

American Management Associations (corporateBody)

Morris, John (Jack) (person)

Warburg, Edward M.M. (person)

Art collectors and patrons; New York, N.Y. Edward died 1992. From the description of Edward M.M. and Mary Whelan Warburg papers, 1931-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122515675 Warburg was the son of Felix M. Warburg (1871-1937) and the chairman of the American Joint Distribution Committee; he writes on behalf of the United Jewish Appeal. From the description of Correspondence to Franz Werfel, 1940. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 15...

Mendes-France, Pierre (person)

Richmond, Frederick W. (Frederick William), 1923-2019 (person)

Frederick William Richmond (November 15, 1923 – December 28, 2019) was an American businessman and politician. A member of the Democratic Party, he served in the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 14th congressional district from 1975 to 1982. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, he graduated from Roxbury Memorial High School there before enrolling at Boston University for a year before transferring to Harvard University, where he majored in history and served as advertising manager of T...

Flatley, Guy (person)

Harmetz, Aljean. (person)

Haupt, Enid A. (Enid Annenberg), 1906-2005 (person)

Meislin, Richard (person)

Fink, Conrad C. (person)

Salmans, Sandra (person)

Ringer, Edward F. (person)

Ubell, Earl (person)

Jaipal, Rikhi (Amb.) (person)

Salpukas, Agis (person)

Weidenfeld, Sheila Rabb, 1943- (person)

Sheila Rabb Weidenfeld was born in 1943 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She received a B.A. from Brandeis University in 1965. She was a production assistant and associate producer at WNEW-TV, New York City, 1965 to 1968, and from 1968 to 1971 she was a talent coordinator for NBC. She was the producer of the show "Panorama" on WTTG-TV, 1971 to 1973, and "Take It From Here" on NBC/WRC-TV, 1973 to 1974. Weidenfeld served as Press Secretary to the First Lady from November 1974 to January 1977. First La...

Lear, Norman. (person)

Carmody, Deirdre (Mrs. Peter Millones) (person)

Sims, Louise (formerly Mrs. James W. Ault) (person)

Wiener, Ernest G. (person)

Clendinen, Dudley (person)

Beazer, David L. (person)

International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. (corporateBody)

Broyard, Anatole (person)

Linton, Maurice (person)

Traub, Marvin S. (person)

Williams, Juan A. (person)

Television personality and news journalist Juan Williams was born to Rogelio and Alma Geraldine Williams on April 10, 1954 in Colon, Panama. At the age of four, Williams and his family moved to Brooklyn, New York. In 1969, Williams won a scholarship to attend the Oakwood Friends School in Poughkeepsie, New York, a Quaker school. Williams then attended Haverford College, where he graduated with a B.A. degree in philosophy in 1976.After interning at theWashington Post, Williams was hired by the ne...

Schmidt, Dana Adams (person)

Kerr, Nora (person)

Scanlon, John Patrick (person)

Griffith, Thomas (person)

Epithet: of Add Ch 6031 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001089.0x0002d6 ...

Manning, Bob (Robert P.) (person)

Jenkins, Evan (person)

Epithet: Chaplain to Leopold I, of Belgium British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000268.0x000163 ...

Thuermer, Angus M. (person)

Foderaro, Lisa (person)

Berger, Joseph (person)

Goldberger, Paul. (person)

McCaffery, Tess K. (person)

West, Robert (person)

Epithet: barrister, of the Middle Temple British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001086.0x000032 Epithet: of Add MS 38269 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001086.0x000034 Epithet: of Stowe MS 701 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001086.0x000035 Epithet...

Landgren, Karen (person)

Winn, Marie (person)

The Winn [Wiener] family: Josef Winn (1901 Podebrady-1983 New York) was a psychiatrist and a writer. He wrote short stories, aphorisms and commentaries mainly in a satirical and comical style under his pseudonym Alcantara. His works were published largely in “Lidové noviny,” “Tribuna” and “Dobrý den” (satirical biweekly magazine edited by Karel Poláček). Josef Wiener was also a friend and the physician of the members of the “Liberated Theater” Osvobozené Divadlo, a famou...

Scott-Stokes, Henry, 1938-.... (person)

Korry, Edward M. (Edward Malcolm), 1922-2003 (person)

Gerth, Jeffrey (person)

Urban, Henry Z. (person)

Shipley, Joseph T. (person)

Hinds, Michael deCourcy (person)

Lloyd, Kate Rand (person)

Knight, Michael, 1969-.... (person)

Iowa, University of (corporateBody)

Suzman, Helen (MP) (person)

Lasky, Melvin J. (person)

Epithet: of 'Encounter' British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001039.0x000270 Der Monat, a German-language political and cultural journal, first appeared in Germany in October 1948. After the Allied occupation of Germany in November 1944, all German media services were suspended. The Office of the Military Government for Germany (US) [OMGUS] filled the information gap, which resulted from this prohibitio...

Wolfe, Tom, 1931- (person)

Tom Wolfe (b. March 2, 1931, Richmond, VA) is an American author and journalist, best known for his association with and influence in stimulating the New Journalism literary movement, in which literary techniques are used extensively. He began his career as a regional newspaper reporter in the 1950s, but achieved national prominence in the 1960s following the publication of such best-selling books as The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (a highly experimental account of Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranks...

May, Clifford D. (person)

Goldstein, Nathan W. (person)

Serafinowicz, Ryszard Z. (person)

Fishman, Joanna (person)

Hamill, Peter (person)

Bradley, Heather (person)

Ryan, Stanley (person)

Frankfort, Ellen (person)

Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs, 1926-2012 (person)

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger was born into a prominent media and publishing family and became publisher of The New York Times in 1963 and chairman of the board of The New York Times Company in 1973....

Findlay College (corporateBody)

Carlin, Paul N. (Postmaster Gen.) (person)

Hodgson, Moira (person)

Alden, Robert (Mr. (person)

Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs, 1951- (person)

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger was the chairman of The New York Times Company from 1997 to 2020, and the publisher of The New York Times from 1992 to 2018....

Eagleton, Thomas F., 1929-2007 (person)

Senator from Missouri. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Washington, to Edward Wagenknecht, [no year] Aug. 7. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270863912 ...

Lipsyte, Robert (person)

Robert Lipsyte was born January 16, 1938, in New York, NY. He became a sports writer and columnist for the New York Times newspaper. As a writer of young adult sports literature, he became part of what has come to be recognized as a revolution in the genre. Earlier sports novels tended to be predictable, action-oriented, and filled with one dimensional characters. Lipsyte transformed the sports novel into a realistic coming-of-age story. His characters are real people who have to contend with or...

Wells, Betty (person)

Javers, Ron (person)

Hazarika, Sanjoy (person)

Shneiderman, Sam L. (person)

Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich, 1931- (person)

General secretary, Kommunisticheskai︠a︡ partii︠a︡ Sovetskogo Soi︠u︡za, 1985-1991; president of the Soviet Union, 1990-1991. From the description of Dialog o perestroĭke, "prazhskoĭ vesne" i sot︠s︡ializme : typescript, 1994 / Mikhail Gorbachev, Zdenek Mlynarzh. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500680 Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev (1931-) was leader of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) from 1985 to 1991. Gorbachev was born on March 2, 1931, in Privolnoe, Russia,...

Phillips, John McCandlish (person)

Arnold, Martin (person)

Hoppers, V. G. (Mr. (person)

Burck, Arthur (person)

Rockefeller, David, 1915-2017 (person)

David Rockefeller (born June 12, 1915, New York City – died March 20, 2017, Pocantico Hills, New York) was an American investment banker who served as chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Corporation. He was the oldest living member of the third generation of the Rockefeller family, and family patriarch from July 2004 until his death in March 2017. Rockefeller was the fifth son and youngest child of John D. Rockefeller Jr. and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, and a grandson of John D. Rockef...

Washington, Ruby (person)

Silverman, Barton (person)

Schmidt, Richard M. (person)

Ofusa, Junnosuke (person)

Wallace, Tom (Fred Thomas Wallace), 1946- (person)

Robinson, Douglas (person)

Fluker, Robert (person)

Diehl, Sue (person)

Scott, Gavin (Mr. & Mrs.)(Sue Diehl Scott) (person)

McDowell, Edwin (person)

Hlavacek, John (person)

Law, John D. (person)

Lipson, Eden Ross (person)

Goodman, Walter (person)

Epithet: journalist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000766.0x000003 Epithet: biographer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000766.0x000002 Walter Goodman was born August 22, 1927, in New York, NY. He followed a career as an editor and writer for adults. Biographical Source: Something About the Author, vol...

Buckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008 (person)

Epithet: jr of the National Review British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001186.0x000169 William F. Buckley, Jr. was born in 1925 and graduated from Yale University in 1950. In 1955 he founded the magazine The National Review. He also wrote a nationally syndicated column and hosted the weekly television show Firing Line from 1966 through 1999. In 1965 Buckley ran unsuccessfully as the Conservative Party candidate for...

Kurzman, Dan. (person)

Tannen, Sheldon (person)

Broder, David S. (person)

David Salzer Broder (b. 1929, Chicago, Illinois), journalist and political columnist, wrote for the following journals and papers: Congressional Quarterly (1955-60), Washington Star (1960-65), New York Times (1965-66), and the Washington Post (1966-). Broder is the author of The Party's Over (1972), The Changing of the Guard (1980) and Behind the Front Page (1987). From the description of Broder, David S. (David Salzer), 1929- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId...

Leeds, Cary (person)

Moran, Nancy (Mrs. Iver Peterson) (person)

Naughton, James M. (James Martin), 1938-2012 (person)

O'Neill, Raymond B. (person)

Janklow, Morton L. (person)

Meyers, Rick (person)

Morris, Bernadine. (person)

Meo, Jean (person)

Hemphill, John (person)

Caldwell, Earl (person)

Gheraldi, Angelo (person)

Bhatia, Khrishan (person)

Bronfman, Edgar M., 1929-2013 (person)

Hector, Louis J. (person)

MacCormack, James G. (person)

Lubell, Samuel (person)

Writer, public opinion reporter. From the description of Reminiscences of Samuel Lubell : lecture, 1959. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122512854 ...

Koch, Edward I. (person)

Rossant, Murray J. (person)

Powers, Bertram A. (person)

Castro, Fidel, 1926-2016 (person)

Fidel Castro (b. August 13, 1926, Birán, Cuba–d. November 25, 2016, Havana, Cuba) was a Cuban communist revolutionary and politician who governed the Republic of Cuba as Prime Minister from 1959 to 1976 and then as President from 1976 to 2008. Under his administration, Cuba became a one-party communist state, while industry and business were nationalized and state socialist reforms were implemented throughout society. The son of a wealthy Spanish farmer, Castro adopted leftist anti-imper...

St. George, Andrew (person)

Rangaswamy, Leela (Dr.) (person)

Wilson, Woodrow, International Center for Scholars (corporateBody)

Bookwalter, Stephanie (later Mrs. Joshua Lane) (person)

Powledge, Fred. (person)

Journalist. From the description of Reminiscences of Fred Powledge: oral history, 1987. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122565769 Fred Powledge was a freelance journalist and writer who wrote and contributed to numerous books, articles, reports, and internet web sites. During his career, Powledge wrote on a variety of topics, including adoption, water quality and pollution, the food industry, race relations, environmentalism, circuses, and ...

Modiano, Mario (person)

Enders, Robert (person)

Hofstra University. (corporateBody)

The Program for Higher Education of the Disabled was conceived of in 1963 and implemented in 1965. The goal was to provide opportunities for higher education to all academically qualified applicants. In 1981 Hofstra became architecturally barrier free and 100% accessible to the physically challenged. From the description of P.H.E.D. collection, 1961-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155550622 Student Voices was a newspaper written by Hofstra students for prospective Hofst...

Weintraub, A. S. (person)

Winner, Christopher P. (person)

Atkins, Thomas V. (person)

Greenberg, Daniel S. (person)

Callaway, Howard H. (Sec.) (person)

Blumenthal, Ralph (person)

Lacy, Allan (person)

Marcus, Stanley (person)

Charles, Norman (person)

Pear, Robert (person)

Baker, Russell. (person)

Heckscher, August, 1913-1997 (person)

Author, arts consultant, social commentator, and journalist. From the description of August Heckscher papers, 1931-1999 (bulk 1948-1976). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979771 Art administrator, writer; New York, N.Y. From the description of August Heckscher interviews, 1970 May 25-Dec. 29 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 276394224 August Heckscher (1913-1997) was a writer, printmaker and educator, who was also active in civic institut...

Schiff, Dorothy, 1903-1989 (person)

Dorothy Schiff (1903-1989) was the publisher of the New York Post, the oldest daily newspaper in the United States, from 1942 to 1976. She wrote a column for the paper and served as editor-in-chief from 1961 until she sold the paper in 1976. She also published the Paris-Post in France from 1945 to 1948 and owned several radio stations in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco. From the guide to the Dorothy Schiff papers, 1904-1989, 1950s-1970s, (The New York Public Library. Man...

Filler, Martin M. (person)

Reuters Foundation Share Company, Ltd. (corporateBody)

Schwartz, Tony (person)

Biographical Note Tony Schwartz, 1923-2008, was a media consultant, radio host and producer, educator, author, folk music documentarian and collector, and sound designer whose work has influenced many different aspects of the audiovisual landscape of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. He is most commonly associated with the “Daisy ad” he helped develop for Lyndon Baines Johnson’s 1964 presidential campaign against Barry Goldwater, a spot...

Fabricant, Florence (person)

Jaccoud, D'Alembert (person)

Freifeld, Sidney A. (person)

Boyd, Gerald M. (person)

Markel, Lester, 1894- (person)

Editor, journalist; lecturer d. 1977. From the description of Reminiscences of Lester Markel : lecture, 1958. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122569687 ...

Marten, Harry. (person)

Marshak, Robert E. (Robert Eugene), 1916-1992 (person)

American educator; president, City College, City University of New York, 1970-1979. From the description of Robert Eugene Marshak papers, 1970-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872077 Physicist (sub-atomic particles) and educator. Died in 1992. From the description of Oral history interview with Robert Marshak, 1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81515112 Physicist (sub-atomic particles) and educator. A. B., Columbia University (1936); Ph. D., Cor...

Schanberg, Sydney H. (Sydney Hillel), 1934- (person)

Seawell, Donald Ray, 1912- (person)

Wirsig, Woodrow (person)

Nightingale, Benedict (person)

Vidal, David J. (person)

Malkin, Roger D. (person)

Habib, Philip C. (person)

Block, Ruth (person)

Blakeslee, Sandra. (person)

Moran, Malcolm (person)

Shenon, Philip (person)

Zion, Sidney E. (person)

Reynolds, Patrick R. (person)

Krisher, Bernard, 1931- (person)

Ward, Alexander (person)

Cummings, Judith (person)

Rosenthal, A.M. (Abraham Michael), 1922-2006 (person)

The New York Times Foreign Desk records is a collection of files maintained by the New York Times Company on the work and accomplishment of the foreign reporting staff, the operation of the foreign news bureaus around the world, and the process of gathering and editing the news from abroad. Although the coverage of international news by the Times is as old as the newspaper itself, the Foreign Desk records only cover the period beginning with the late 1940s up to the mid-1990s. ...

Darnton, John (person)

Haney, Thomas (person)

Ullman, Allan (person)

Publisher. From the description of Reminiscences of Allan Ullman : oral history, 1979. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309735360 ...

Payne, William A. (William Albert), 1958- (person)

Vaughns, Rhena (person)

Turner, Stanfield (person)

Kendrick, Kenneth (person)

Margulies, Ariel (person)

Holtzman, Elizabeth, 1941- (person)

Elizabeth Holtzman (born August 11, 1941) is an American attorney and politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives. A Democrat, she represented New York's 16th congressional district for four terms from 1973 to 1981. After leaving Congress, she became the first woman to serve as District Attorney of Kings County (1982-1989) and the first woman to hold the office of New York City Comptroller (1990-1993). A native of Brookly, New York, she graduated from Abrah...

Agro, Phillip (Mrs.) (Frances) (person)

Millones, Peter (person)

Thomlinson, Viola E. (person)

Rochester, University of (corporateBody)

Roth, Jack, 1927-2004 (person)

Crowther, Bosley (person)

Prominent American film critic. From the description of Bosley Crowther papers, 1924-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 145435905 From the guide to the Bosley Crowther papers, 1924-1978, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) Motion picture critic. From the description of Reminiscences of Bosley Crowther : oral history, 1958. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122619946 Author, newspaperman, and film critic. ...

Calley, William L., Jr. (person)

Cooney, Timothy J. (person)

Kaul, T. N. (Amb.) (person)

Jackson, Jesse (person)

Mullaney, Thomas E (person)

Daly, Michael (person)

Munson, Steven (person)

Morse, Robert A. (Robert Alan) (person)

American Telephone & Telegraph Company. (corporateBody)

Lowry, W. McNeil (Wilson McNeil), 1913- (person)

Art administrator; director of humanities and arts, Ford Foundation, 1957-1964, vice-president of Ford Foundation, 1964-1974. From the description of W. McNeil Lowry interviews, 1981 Oct. 19-1982 Apr. 12. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220187886 W. McNeil Lowry, art administrator, director of humanities and arts, Ford Foundation, 1957-1964, and vice-president of Ford Foundation, 1964-1974. From the description of Oral history interview with W. McNeil Lowry, 1981 ...

Havely, Paul L. (person)

Malhotra, Inder (person)

Hurok, Sol (person)

Thayer, Walter N. (Walter Nelson), 1910-1989 (person)

Walter Nelson Thayer (1910-1989), lawyer, investment and communications company executive, was president of the New York Herald Tribune from 1961 to 1965; director and president of the International Herald Tribune from 1973 to 1989; and senior partner of WHITCOM Investment Company from 1967 to 1989. From the description of Thayer, Walter N. (Walter Nelson), 1910-1989 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10610760 Lawyer, banker. From the desc...

Lindheim, Burt (person)

Spiegel, Irving (person)

Raynor, Vivien (person)

DeAngelis, Louise (person)

Grutzner, Charles (person)

Raskin, A. H. (Abraham Henry), 1911- (person)

A.H. Raskin (1911-1993) was a longtime reporter and editor for the New York Times. He graduated from City College in 1931, began writing for the NYT in 1934, and retired from that newspaper in 1977. He published David Dubinsky: A Life with Labor in 1977. From the description of Abe Raskin, Collection, 1930-1970. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 122682055 A. H. Raskin (1911-1993) was a noted labor journalist and editor. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, he graduated...

Byas, Hugh, 1875-1945 (person)

Lambert, William (person)

Rizzo, Frank L. (Mayor) (person)

Gerstenzang, Nathaniel M. (person)

Smith, Barney & Co. (corporateBody)

Phalon, Richard (person)

Flint, Jerry M. (person)

Gage, Nicholas. (person)

Rifkind, Simon H. (Simon Hirsch), 1901- (person)

Lawyer. Rifkind was an alumnus of City College, Class of 1922. From the description of Memorabilia, [ca. 1947-1975] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155503633 ...

Nagorski, Zygmunt, Jr. (person)

Appelbaum, Judith (person)

Slote, Leslie (person)

Collins, Glenn (person)

Anderson, Jack (person)

Mollenhoff, Clark R. (person)

Johnpoll, Leona (person)

Janeway, Michael C. (person)

Dow Jones & Company, Inc (corporateBody)

Korshak, Sidney R. (person)

Chain, John T. (person)

Ibrahim, Youssef (person)

Schrambling, Regina (person)

Fox, George A. (person)

Greenough, Peter B. (Mrs.) (person)

Horgan, Denis, 1871- (person)

In Chen, Gloria (person)

Brenson, Michael. (person)

Parsons, Donald J. (person)

Notre Dame, University of (corporateBody)

Peterson, Peter G. (person)

Peter George Peterson (b. 1926) was an investment company executive and government official. He served as Assistant to President Kennedy for International Economic Affairs from 1961 to 1963, and he was Secretary of Commerce during the Nixon administration, from 1972 to 1973. He also served as Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs under President Nixon, and was Executive Director of the Council on International Economic Policy (CIEP). From the description of Pe...

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (corporateBody)

The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture was founded in 1946 on farmland near the town of Skowhegan in central Maine. The school provides an unstructured studio space and environment for artists to focus on their work. Faculty consist of resident and visiting artists who provide studio visits and regular criticism. Admission is highly competitive and the school regularly accepts only sixty-five students annually, often out of hundreds of applicants. Students are allowed to attend only once...

Gikow, Ruth, 1915-1982 (person)

Ruth Gikow (b. 1915-d. 1982), painter, printmaker, muralist, illustrator, seriographer. She was born in the Russian Ukraine, emigrating to New York City with her parents in 1920. She studied under John Steuart Curry at the Cooper Union Art School from 1932-1935. She also studied with Louis Ross, Louis Schanker and Raphael Soyer. After working as an assistant mural painter on the Federal Art Project, Gikow was awarded a commission to paint a mural for the Bronx Hospital. Her book illustrations in...

Trapnell, Garrett B. (person)

Hirschberg, Vera (person)

Ennis, Thomas (person)

Krebs, Alvin (person)

Golden, Soma (person)

Warren, Virginia Lee (person)

Scott, Austin (person)

Anders, Jaroslaw (person)

Pala, Christopher (person)

Ching, Frank, 1943-.... (person)

Horvitz, Paul (person)

Hill, Holly (person)

Holly Hill is a theater critic, writer and assistant professor in the SEEK/Speech and Theatre programs at John Jay College of City University of New York. From the guide to the St. Joan research files, 1983-1987, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) ...

Crist, Judith (person)

Judith Crist, film critic, wrote primarily for New York Magazine and TV Guide during this period. From the guide to the Judith Crist press books, 1969-1982, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Judith Crist, film critic. From the guide to the Interview with Burt Lancaster, 1975, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Judith (Klein) Crist (1922- ) is an American film and drama critic. Born on 22 May...

Pryor, Thomas M. (person)

Michigan, University of (corporateBody)

Pala, Dolores (person)

Cohen, Gerson D. (Gerson David), 1924- (person)

Teacher to Potok at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Cohen supervised Potok's work on a series of pamphlets for the Leaders Training Fellowship regarding ethics. Cohen became chancellor of the seminary in 1971. From the description of Correspondence to Chaim Potok, 1962-1985. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 697291711 Historian, Chancellor of Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTSA) From the description of Papers, 1950-195...

Hunter-Gault, Charlayne A. (person)

Perlez, Jane (person)

Durso, Joseph (person)

Bracker, Milton (Mr. (person)

Taylor, Harold (person)

Vier, Gene (person)

Kandell, Jonathan (person)

Adler, Renata (person)

Balfour, Victoria (person)

Rinfret, Pierre A. (person)

Bailey, John T. (person)

Richards, Bernard G. (person)

Bernard Gerson Richards (BGR) (1877-1971) Bernard Gerson Richards, journalist, author and communal worker, was born March 9, 1877 in Keidan, province of Kovnoa (presently Kaunas), Lithuania (at that time part of the Russian empire), son of Sender Rabinovich and Chana Sirk. In Russia, he received a Cheder education. When he came to the United States, he furthered his education through self-study. Richards was involved with some of the major events in 20 th century America...

Bentsen, Lloyd (Sen.) (person)

Ladejinsky, Wolf (person)

Stevens, Charles R. (person)

Schwartz, Marvin (person)

Tishman, Alan (person)

Prestera, Lauretta (person)

Hettich, John (person)

Hopkins, Samuel G. (person)

Epstein, Edward Joy (person)

Gabel, Martin (Mrs.) (person)

Cowan, Alison Leigh (person)

Shapiro, Leonard (person)

Simon, John R (person)

Bing, Rudolf, 1902-1997 (person)

General manager of the Metropolitan Opera. From the description of Rudolf Bing letter to Hubert Pryor, 1951 Sept. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 614998562 Bing was the general manager of the Metropolitan Opera from 1950 to 1972. From the description of Correspondence from Alma Mahler, n. d. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155862944 Epithet: KBE, impresario British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Perso...

Clurman, Robert (person)

Plimpton, Francis T. P. (Francis Taylor Pearsons), 1900-1983 (person)

Lawyer. A.B. Amherst m.c.l. 1922, L.H.D. (hon.) 1973; J.D. Harv. Law School 1925. In law practice with firm Root, Clark, Buckner and Ballantine, New York City, 1925-1932. General Solicitor, RFC, Wash., D.C., 1932-1933. Partner in N.Y. law firm of Debevoise and Plimpton, 1933-1961, 1965-1983. Served with United Nations, 1961-1965. First vice-president and member of administrative tribunal, United Nations, 1966-1980. Author of magazine articles; contributor to As We Knew Adlai (1965). ...

Mason, Alice Trumbull, 1904-1971 (person)

Painter; New York, N.Y. Was a member of American Abstract Artists. From the description of Alice Trumbull Mason papers, 1921-1977. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220158249 Alice Trumbull Mason was born in 1904 in Litchfield, Connecticut. Her mother, Anne Leavenworth Train, was an accomplished artist before she met Alice's father, William Trumbull, a descendent of the Revolutionary War era painter, John Trumbull. Alice spent much of her c...

Stern, Dennis (person)

Janssen, Peter A. (person)

Rodgers, Gaby (person)

American cancer society (corporateBody)

Lelyveld, Joseph. (person)

Nathan, Otto (Dr.) (person)

Cave, Ray, 1929- (person)

Bonner, Arthur (person)

Arthur Bonner is an author and former radio and television journalist. Bonner started his career in journalism with CBS when he was 19, after dropping out of school. Over his lifetime he worked in radio, television and print media. His main interests lie in studying social movements and the institution of democracy in the United States and India. Along with his book Alas! What brought thee hither?: The Chinese in New York, 1800-1950 (1997) he is also the author of Democracy in India: A Hollow Sh...

Simon & Schuster, Inc. (corporateBody)

Hart, Gary (Sen.) (person)

Ticknor, Scott (person)

Kaplan, George (person)

Lee, John M. (person)

Healey, J. Barth (person)

Butson, Thomas (person)

Chicago, University of (corporateBody)

Reif, Rita (person)

Pett, Saul (person)

Stein, Robert. (person)

In 1963 Robert Stein, a member of the American Ethical Union (of the Ethical Culture Society) was made Field Manager for the Chicago Ethical Society's Commission on Race and Equality. As part of Mississippi Freedom Summer, the Commission worked to eliminate bigotry in the South by having African Americans and whites interact in social settings. The commission therefore sponsored "Creative Inter-Racial Recreational Programs" such as Inter-Racial Vacations (summer camps in the North for Southern A...

Peterson, Iver E. (person)

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. (corporateBody)

Hamilton, John A. (person)

Wagner, Robert F. (Robert Ferdinand), 1910-1991 (person)

Robert F. Wagner, three term Mayor of New York City was born April 20, 1910 on the upper east side of Manhattan, New York. He attended Taft School in Connecticut, Yale University, the Harvard Graduate School of Business, the School of International Relations in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Yale University Law School, from which he graduated in 1937. At the age of 26, Wagner was elected to the State Assembly from the Yorkville District and he served in that position for four years. From 1942 to 1...

Koppett, Leonard (person)

Longley, Marjorie (person)

Kalish, Abraham H. (person)

Rosenthal, Harold David (person)

Editor of Opera magazine. From the description of Typewritten letter signed, dated : London, 15 September 1980, to Joseph Chouinard, 1980 Sept. 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270960873 Epithet: writer on music British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001085.0x00015b ...

Robinson, Francis. (person)

Epithet: farmer, of Frampton, county Lincolnshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001302.0x000160 ...

Martin, Graham (Amb.) (person)

Whitehouse, Franklin S., Jr. (person)

Payne, Claudia (person)

Laurence, William Leonard, 1888- (person)

Holusha, John (person)

Art Dealers Association of America (corporateBody)

Miller, Gregory W. (person)

Fairleigh Dickinson University. (corporateBody)

Oser, Alan (person)

Burks, E. C. (Edward Calohill), 1821-1897 (person)

Captain Paschal Buford was lived from 1791 to 1875. He was the son of Henry and Mildred Blackburn Buford. He married Frances Ann Otey on October 31,1820. Paschal Buford was a farmer and a horse breeder. Regarding his military career, he served as an officer in the War of 1812. During the Civil War, he supported the south and invited General Robert E. Lee's wife and daughter to spend the summer of 1863 at his home. He died at "Locust Level", Bufordsville, Bedford County, Virginia, July 23, 1875. ...

Mackby, Jenifer (person)

Talese, Gay (Mr. (person)

Annenberg, Walter H. (person)

Fry, Michael (Dr.) (person)

Sarkar, Chanchal (person)

Harris, David (Mrs.) (person)

Schmalz, Jeffrey H. (person)

Komisar, Lucy, 1942- (person)

Lucy Komisar was born in the Bronx in April 1942. She participated in several activities on behalf of civil rights, including editing the Mississippi Free Press for one year. From the description of Komisar (Lucy) civil rights collection, 1961-1991 (bulk 1961-1964). (University of Southern Mississippi, Regional Campus). WorldCat record id: 57600042 Freelance writer and editor, Lucy Komisar was vice president for public relations for the National Organization for Women (1970-...

Netanyahu, Benjamin (Amb.) (person)

O'Neill, Catherine (person)

Zapata, Fausto (Sen.) (person)

Altschul, Arthur G. (person)

Freidin, Seymour K. (person)

Cowles, John (person)

Adler, Ruth (person)

Ruth Adler was born April 20, 1915 in Sullivan County, New York. She attended Barnard College and graduated with an A.B. in 1935, and received an M.A. from Hunter College in 1959. Ruth Adler taught mathematics, science, and art in various schools in the New York City area from 1950-1960, and later taught mathematics at Bennington College in Vermont from 1961-1962. She began illustrating her husband and frequent collaborator Irving Alder's books in 1955, and later co-authored a number of books wi...

Blum, Howard (person)

Levi, Edward H. (Edward Hirsch), 1911-2000 (person)

Educator, administrator, lawyer and U.S. Attorney General. Born 1911. PhB, University of Chicago, 1932, JD, University of Chicago Law School, 1935, JSD, Yale University, 1938. Professor, University of Chicago, 1936-1984. Dean, University of Chicago Law School, 1949-1962. Provost, University of Chicago, 1962-1968; President, 1968-1974. U.S. Attorney General, 1974-1977. President, American Academy of Arts and Science, 1986-1988. Died 2000. From the description of Papers, 1894-1998 (inc...

Shribman, David (person)

Motyka, Joan (person)

Rich, Frank. (person)

Berkvist, Robert (person)

Franklin, Benjamin A. (person)

Arno Press. (corporateBody)

Kurtis, Jonathan B. (person)

Ochs, Patricia (person)

Kaiser, Charles. (person)

Kheel, Theodore W. (person)

Graham, Victoria (person)

Whitman, Joan (person)

Geist, William E. (person)

Breasted, Mary E. (person)

Merchant, Ismail (person)

Barzilay, Robert (person)

Renfrew, Glen (person)

Ali, Amjad (person)

Finney, John W. (person)

Breslauer, Irving H. (Col.) (person)

Weinraub, Bernard (person)

Mehta, Ved, 1934- (person)

Ved Mehta, Indian-American author of novels, family biographies, and essays, was born in 1934 in Lahore (then an Indian city, now part of Pakistan). Blind since childhood, he attended boarding schools in India and in the United States. He continued his education at Pomona College and Harvard University, eventually becoming an American citizen. Among his many writings are A Portrait of India (1970), the series of family biographies Continents of Exile (1972-1993), and the collected essays Fly and...

Brown, Helen Gurley (person)

Helen Gurley Brown at a book signing, 1963 Author and magazine editor Helen Gurley Brown was born in Green Forest, Arkansas on 18 February 1922 to Ira and Cleo (Sisco) Gurley, both schoolteachers. Though the family was poor, Cleo quit teaching to rear her two daughters. In Helen's early childhood, the Gurleys moved to Little Rock when Ira was elected to the state legislature. He was killed in an elevator accident when Helen was ten. Cleo struggled to support her childre...

Dopkeen, Joyce (person)

Bhattacharjea, Ajit (person)

Clark, Robert P. (person)

Hunter, Marjorie (person)

Topping, Seymour (person)

Spanel, A. N. (person)

Blair, Michael L. (person)

Bender, Marylin. (person)

Mifflin, Lawrie (person)

Faulk, John Henry (person)

Folklorist, humorist, lecturer, and civil rights activist John Henry Faulk (1913-1990) was born to parents Henry and Martha (Miner) in Austin, Texas. A protégé of J. Frank Dobie, Walter Prescott Webb, and Roy Bedichek, Faulk graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, where he later taught English. For his master's thesis, he analyzed ten African American sermons, and his research greatly impacted his thinking on civil liberties. Aided by his friend and fellow folklorist Alan ...

Garis, Leslie, 1943- (person)

Obst, Lynda Rosen (person)

Gart, Murray J. (person)

Kenworthy, Edwin W. (person)

Picture Service Corporation (corporateBody)

Macauley, Ian (person)

Buckingham, Rob Roy (person)

Mohr, Charles (person)

Gittelson, Natalie (person)

Tatarian, Roger (person)

Shirey, David L. (person)

Edwards, Eloise (person)

Bigart, Homer, 1907- (person)

Patterson, Eugene C. (Eugene Corbett), 1923-2013 (person)

Brecher, Michael (Prof.) (person)

Mathias, Charles McC. (Charles McCurdy), 1922-2010 (person)

Charles McCurdy Mathias, Jr. (R, Md) was a U.S. Representative and a Senator from Maryland, 1961-1987. Mathias was born in Frederick, MD July 24 1922, attended Haverford College, and received the law degree from the University of MD in 1949. He served as a naval officer in the South Pacific during World War II, 1942-1946. Mathias was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates (1959-1960) and to the U.S. Congress, 1961-1969. He was elected to the United States Senate in 1...

Mastricolo, Carlo (person)

Dukes, Tyrone (person)

Rawls, Wendell Lee, Jr. (person)

Guillermo Prieto, Alma (person)

Taubman, Philip (person)

Kihss, Peter (person)

Richardson, Elliot P. (Sec.) (person)

Rockefeller, John D., IV (John Davison), 1937- (person)

Stokes, Thomas H. (person)

Williams, Michaela (person)

Wardlow, Elwood (person)

Packard, George R., (person)

Taubkin, Irvin S. (person)

Mansnerus, Laura (person)

Noble, Holcomb B. (person)

Manning, Tim (person)

Gombault, Charles (person)

Johnston, Donald H. (person)

WBAI (corporateBody)

Blumenthal, Deborah (person)

Diamond, Edwin (person)

Edwin Diamond, journalist, author and professor, began his journalistic career as a science writer with the International News Service in Chicago. He joined Newsweek in 1957 and was named a senior editor in 1962. He was on-air commentator for the Washington Post Co., editorial director of Adweek, cofounder of the Washington Journalism Review, associate editor of the New York Daily News, and a media columnist for New York magazine for 10 years. In addition to his media work, Diamond ...

St. Paul's Church (Eastchester, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Garrett, Guy T. (person)

Guthrie, Charles, 1938- (person)

Smith, Liz (person)

Davitt, Marie (person)

Berle, Adolf A., Jr., 1895-1971 (person)

George Washington Corner worked as an anatomist, endocrinologist, and medical historian. From the guide to the George Washington Corner papers, 1889-1981, 1903-1982, (American Philosophical Society) Adolf Augustus Berle (1895-1971) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the second of four children of Dr. Adolf Augustus and Mary Augusta (Wright) Berle. He graduated from Harvard College in 1913, after majoring in history, and received his M.A, degree the following year. In 1916 at...

Lang, George (person)

Epithet: of Glasgow British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001298.0x000345 ...

Suro, Roberto (person)

Chlapowski, Alfred (Teddy) (person)

Krim, Arthur (person)

Hewitt, Jean D. (Jean Dorothy), 1940- (person)

Cooke, Alistair, 1908-2004 (person)

Epithet: journalist and broadcaster British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000975.0x0000cd ...

Jensen, Michael C. (person)

Bonanni, Peter (person)

Mattson, Walter E. (person)

Webster, Bayard (person)

Finn, Robin (person)

Barrett, George (person)

Epithet: Town Major of Hull British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000814.0x000255 ...

LeRoy, Warner, 1935-2001 (person)

Gupte, Pranay. (person)

Suarez, Manuel (person)

Lissner, Will (person)

Women's National Democratic Club (U.S.) (corporateBody)

King, Seth S. (person)

Tonner, Leslie (person)

Strauss, Robert S. (person)

Robert S. Strauss was born on October 19, 1918 in Lockhart, Texas. He received an LL.B. from the University of Texas in 1941. He was a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1941 to 1945; and a partner in the law firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld, Dallas, 1945 to 1977 and 1981. He held a number of positions with the Democratic National Committee (DNC), including committeeman from Texas, 1968 to 1972; member of the executive committee, 1969 to 1977; treasurer, 1970...

Shipp, Etheleen R. (person)

Gaiter, Dorothy Jean (Mrs. John Brecher) (person)

Darnton, Byron (Barney) (person)

Geracimos, Ann (person)

Chavez, Lydia (person)

Rosenfeld, Eugene (Mr. (person)

Frizell, Bernard (person)

Dugger, Ronnie. (person)

Szulc, Nicole (person)

Alabama, University of (corporateBody)

Courtney, Marie (person)

Deford, Frank. (person)

Prescott, Orville (person)

Das, Durga (person)

Roberts, Sam (person)

Alexander, Daryl R. (person)

Stevenson, H. L. (person)

Podhoretz, Norman (person)

Shea, Catherine L. (person)

Truscott, Alan F. (person)

Rockefeller, Laurance, Jr. (person)

Conrad, Fred (person)

Rosenfeld, Arnold (person)

Canham, Erwin D. (Erwin Dain), 1904-1982 (person)

Erwin Dain Canham (b. Feb. 13, 1904, Auburn, Me.-d. Jan. 13, 1982), a.k.a. Spike Canham, was a newspaper editor, radio and TV commentator, and government official with the U.S. Information Agency. He was editor of the Christian Science Monitor for nearly three decades. From the description of Canham, Erwin D. (Erwin Dain), 1904-1982 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10600164 ...

Blumstein, Michael (person)

Schwartz, Jack (person)

Lear, Martha Weinman (person)

Lidsky, Isadore (Mrs.)(Miriam) (person)

United Negro College Fund (corporateBody)

Founded in 1944 to enhance the quality of education by providing financial assistance to deserving students, raising operating funds for member colleges and universities, and increasing access to technology for students and faculty at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). From the description of Statistical reports, 1986-1988. (Benedict College). WorldCat record id: 70967588 Research Dept. was established in 1968 to gather and disseminate information about Un...

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Wolff, Craig (person)

Newman, Bernard, 1897-1968 (person)

Bernard Charles Newman (1897-1968) was a British author of both fiction (mystery, science fiction) and non-fiction (travel and politics). From the guide to the Bernard Newman Papers, before 1964, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Simons, Dolph C. (Dolph Collins), 1904-1989 (person)

Francis, Arlene (Mrs. Martin Gabel) (person)

Schwarz, Daniel (person)

Weinberger, Caspar (Sec.) (person)

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Shawn, William (person)

Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968 (person)

Robert Francis Kennedy (November 20, 1925 – June 6, 1968), also referred to by his initials RFK and occasionally by the nickname Bobby, was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 64th United States Attorney General from January 1961 to September 1964, and as a U.S. Senator from New York from January 1965 until his assassination in June 1968. He was the brother of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Senator Edward Moore Kennedy. Kennedy and his brothers were born into a wealthy,...

Barrett, Edward W. (Edward Ware), 1910-1989 (person)

Government official, educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Edward W. Barrett : panel discussion, 1963. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481058 From the description of Reminiscences of Edward W. Barrett : oral history, 1973. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122586711 ...

Prial, Frank J. (person)

Muskie, Edmund S. (person)

Jaynes, Gregory (person)

Lee, Robert A. (person)

Fleischner, Irwin (person)

Heren, Louis. (person)

Sharkey, Nancy (person)

Faber, Harold. (person)

Editor. Faber was an alumnus of City College, Class of 1940. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1960-1964] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155502673 ...

Friendly, Fred W. (person)

Radio and television journalist; interviewee b. 1915. From the description of Reminiscences of Fred W. Friendly : oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122362077 From the description of Reminiscences of Fred W. Friendly : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122513857 New York City native Fred W. Friendly (1915-1998) was a radio and television producer and...

Wicker, Tom (person)

Thomas Grey Wicker (1926- ), journalist and author, worked for the "Winston-Salem Journal"; the "Nashville Tennesseean"; and served as staff writer, chief of the Washington bureau, and associate editor for the "New York Times." He wrote numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, including several presidential biographies. From the description of Tom Wicker papers, 1917-1998 [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 48756913 Thomas Grey Wicker was born in Hamlet, N.C., o...

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LEE, CAROLYN (person)

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Gluckin, Neil Dana (person)

Kamm, Herbert (person)

Morris, Dwight, 1952- (person)

Lacy, Allen (Dr.) (person)

Collier, Bernard (person)

Brademas, John (person)

Levy, Gustave L. (person)

Buckley, Christopher T. (person)

Rangel, Jesus (person)

Litsky, Frank (person)

Elegant, Robert S. (person)

Wattenberg, Ben (person)

Stark, Irwin (person)

Maeroff, Gene I. (person)

Cary, Frank T. (person)

Crossette, Barbara (person)

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Kosinski, Jerzy, 1933-1991 (person)

Jerzy Kosinski, Polish-American author, was born Józef Lewinkopf on June 14, 1933 in Łodź, Poland. His experiences as a war refugee and in post-war Poland informed his works of fiction, most notably The Painted Bird. He immigrated to the United States in 1957 and studied political sociology at Columbia University. Among his many honors is a National Book Award in 1969. In the early 1970s, Kosinski was a Visiting Professor at the Yale School of Drama. Kosinski's early works of nonfiction were ...

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Winerip, Michael, 1951- (person)

Howe, Marvine (person)

Huntley, Chet, 1911-1974 (person)

Montana native and television newscaster. From the description of Chet Huntley press conference, 1970 Feb. 16. (Montana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 70962881 Chester ("Chet") Robert Huntley was a broadcast journalist best known for his work on NBC’s top-rated news show, the "Huntley/Brinkley Report." Born December 10, 1911, in Caldwell, Montana, he began his career in radio, eventually serving three national networks as a newsman, analyst, and commentator...

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Taubman, Howard H. (person)

Topping, Seymour (Mrs.)(Audrey Ronning Topping) (person)

Mydans, Seth A. (person)

Gould, Lois. (person)

Lois Gould, American journalist and novelist whose work addressed the inner lives of women and topics such as infidelity and marital relationships, was born in Manhattan December 18, 1931 and died May 29, 2002. Among her writings are the novels Such Good Friends (1970), Necessary Objects (1972), Final Analysis (1974), A Sea-Change (1976), La Presidenta (1981), and Medusa's Gift (1991), a collection of essays titled Not Responsible for Personal Articles (1978), the memoir Mommy Dress...

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Fisher, Welthy Honsinger, 1879-1980 (person)

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Lockhart, June, 1925- (person)

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Hershey, Robert, 1926- (person)

Chambers, James F., Jr. (person)

Schnurman, Ned (person)

Lawrence, William H. (person)

Morse, Bradford (person)

Baker, Richard T. (person)

Bergman, Lewis (person)

Laventhol, David (person)

Berman, Edgar F. (person)

Howe, Peter (person)

Hoenshell, Donald (person)

Keefe, Anne (person)

Servan-Schreiber, Jean-Jacques (person)

Reid, Alexander, 1802-1860 (person)

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Straus, Ralph I. (person)

Goldstein, David H. (David Howard) (person)

Irani, Cushrow R., 1930?-2005 (person)

Rubin, Trudy (person)

Stevens, William K. (William Kenneth), 1935-.... (person)

Fremont-Smith, Eliot (person)

Whitney, Craig R. (person)

Brady, James (person)

Giovannini, Joseph. (person)

Gooding, Richard C. (person)

Mooney, Richard E (person)

Rosenthal, Albert (Dr.) (person)

Keller, William (person)

Fraser, C. Gerald (person)

Harris, Crerar (person)

Witkin, Richard (person)

American Jewish congress (corporateBody)

The American Jewish Congress was founded originally in 1918 by a group of Jewish American leaders as an umbrella structure for Jewish organizations to represent the American Jewish interests at the Peace Conference following the end of World War I. It was seen as a national parliamentary assembly representing all American Jews. Representatives to the Congress were selected by all major national Jewish organizations and delegates representing local communities were elected by some 35...

Paganelli, Raphael R. (person)

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Durdin, Tillman (person)

Biography Frank Tillman Durdin was born on March 20, 1907, in Elkhart, Texas. He began his career in journalism during high school as editor of the weekly newspaper PECOS ENTERPRISE. During college Durdin worked intermittently for the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS and the LOS ANGELES TIMES. In 1930, Durdin entered the merchant marine and shipped out as a seaman to see the world and left ship in Shanghai, China, where he took up residence. H...

Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955 (person)

Albert Einstein was born at Ulm, in Württemberg, Germany, on March 14, 1879. Six weeks later the family moved to Munich, where he later on began his schooling at the Luitpold Gymnasium. Later, they moved to Italy and Albert continued his education at Aarau, Switzerland and in 1896 he entered the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich to be trained as a teacher in physics and mathematics. In 1901, the year he gained his diploma, he acquired Swiss citizenship and, as he was...

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Schlosser, Herbert S. (person)

Locke, Richard (person)

Engle, Paul, 1959- (person)

Dolan, Anthony R. (person)

Pincus, Arthur (person)

Kennedy, Paul P. (person)

Curtis, J. Montgomery (person)

Rosenberg, Julius (person)

History In the early 1950's, the fate of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, convicted and sentenced to death on charges of having given information on the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union, became an international cause. Viewed by many supporters as victims of Cold War hysteria and anti-communism, the Rosenbergs were the focus of an intensive effort by a number of organizations which attempted to save their lives through mass protests, petitions, and ...

Raftery, William (person)

Loeb, William, 1905-1981 (person)

Morris, John G. (John Godfrey) (person)

Knopf, Alfred A., Inc. (person)

Bair, Susan Gehman (Mrs.) (person)

Fallaci, Oriana (person)

Dowaliby, Charles (person)

Mitchell, John N. (person)

Summerlin, Sam (person)

Journalist and writer Sam Summerlin, native of Chapel Hill, N.C., graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, former senior staff member for the Associated Press, and president of the New York Times Syndicate Sales Corporation. From the description of Sam. Summerlin papers, 1943-1980s [manuscript]. WorldCat record id: 37799037 A native of Chapel Hill, N.C., Sam Summerlin graduated from high school in Mexico City and speaks fluent Spanish. He ear...

Butterman, Gloria (person)

Bell, Griffin (Atty. Gen.) (person)

Green, Judith H. (person)

Shaughnessy, Don F. (person)

Hicks, Jonathan (person)

Metz, Robert, 1938- (person)

Silurians, Society of the (corporateBody)

Lyons, Leonard, 1906-1976 (person)

Leonard Lyons, born Leonard Sucher, September 10, 1906, New York, New York, attended the City College of New York from 1924 to 1925, and received his Bachelor of Law degree from St. John's University College of Law in 1928. He was admitted to the New York Bar the same year, then to the Federal Bar in 1929, practicing law in New York City from 1929 to 1934. He married Sylvia R. Schonberger on November 29, 1934. From 1934 to 1974, he wrote The Lyons Den, a syndicated column for the New York Post. ...

Gross, John (person)

Epithet: Editor of the 'Times Literary Supplement' British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000429.0x0000d2 ...

Jascalevich, Mario E. (Dr.) (person)

Berger, Meyer (person)

Ray, C. Claiborne (person)

Stokes, Henry Scott (person)

Deutsch, Claudia (person)

Kahn, E. J. (Ely Jacques), 1916-1994 (person)

Carter, Rubin (Hurricane) (person)

Lubell, John (person)

McManus, Robert L. (person)

Dubrof, Gail (person)

Nix-Hines, Crystal, 1963- (person)

Crystal Nix-Hines (born 1963) served as the United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) with the rank of Ambassador between July 2014 and January 2017. Crystal Nix grew up in Wilmington, Delaware, where her father, Theophilus R. Nix Sr., was the second African-American attorney admitted to the Delaware bar, and her mother, Dr. Lulu Mae Nix, founded social service organizations. She attended the Wilmington Friends Sch...

Mulholland, Robert E. (person)

Ebon, Martin (person)

Lukas, J. Anthony, 1933-1997 (person)

Stites, Tom (person)

Meyers, Keith (person)

Wallace, Pat, 1929- (person)

Maynard, Robert (Mrs.)(Nancy Hicks Maynard) (person)

Gent, George (person)

Kelly, James T. (person)

Magruder, William M. (person)

Robinson, Layhmond (person)

Wagenheim, Kal. (person)

Kollek, Theodore (Mayor) (person)

King, Steven A. (person)

Carey, Bernadette (person)

Tremaine, Frank (person)

American journalist; manager, Honolulu bureau, United Press, 1941. From the description of The attack on Pearl Harbor : printed, 1997 / by two who were there, Frank and Kay Tremaine. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122511655 ...

Jacobson, Max (Dr.) (person)

Cohen, Richard N. (person)

Wurdeman, Kurt (person)

Masani, Zareer Minoo (person)

Dobkin, Donald (person)

Shultz, George Pratt, 1920- (person)

George Pratt Shultz was born December 13, 1920, in New York, New York, son of Birl E. and Margaret Pratt Shultz. He married Helena Marie O''Brien in 1946. He received a B.A. in economics from Princeton University in 1942. That same year he joined the U.S. Marine Corps and served until 1945, attaining the rank of Captain. In 1949, he earned a Ph.D. in industrial economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). From 1948 to 1957, he taught in both the MIT Department of Economics and...

Woodcock, Leonard (person)

Executive. From the description of Reminiscences of Leonard Woodcock : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122574194 Labor leader. From the description of Oral history interview with Leonard Woodcock, 1963. (Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban). WorldCat record id: 32321454 ...

Anderson, David C. (person)

American Forest Institute (corporateBody)

De Bourbon, Claude (person)

International Press Institute. (corporateBody)

Bingham, Jonathan B. (person)

Congressman. From the description of Reminiscences of Jonathan B. Bingham : oral history, 1975. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122527307 ...

Brokaw, Tom (person)

Martin, John, 1741-1820 (person)

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Charlton, Linda, 1949- (person)

Rhodes, Joseph R. (person)

Severo, Richard (person)

Martin, Ann Ray (Mrs. Joel M. Gora) (person)

Livingstone, David, 1813-1873 (person)

Epithet: African explorer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x00031a Scottish missionary and explorer. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Claremont, Mauritius, to Captain L.W. Peyton of H.M.S. "Frolic", 1856 Sept. 26. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270590502 From the description of Autograph letter signed : Kuruman (Bechuana country, South Africa), to [R.N.] Hayward, in ...

Fairbanks, Douglas, 1909-2000. (person)

American actor and writer; b. Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.; d. 2000. From the description of Douglas Fairbanks collection, 1888-1980. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70925544 Epithet: actor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000472.0x000376 ...

LeMoyne, James (person)

Klenosky, William (person)

Papp, Joseph (person)

Congo, Dale (person)

Katzander, Howard L. (person)

Campbell, Collin (person)

Kerr, Jean (person)

Johnson, Thomas A. (person)

Atwood, Roger W. (person)

United States Military Academy (corporateBody)

West Point, N.Y., was originally utilized as a strategic defense location during the American Revolution. West Point is geographically located on a 100 ft. plateau overlooking the Hudson River. After the American victory Congress created a Corps of Invalids (veterans) that were transferred to West Point for the purpose of instructing candidates for commission. In 1802 Congress legally established the United States Military Academy at West Point. The Academy produced many leaders of American forc...

Rugaber, Walter (person)

Durniak, John (person)

Beiser, Melvin (person)

Arenson, Karen W. (person)

Gavin, John A. (Amb.) (person)

Desmond, John W (person)

Falk, Miksa (person)

Jaffe, Marc, 1958- (person)

Gimbel Brothers (corporateBody)

Adam Gimbel established family in the retail business when he opened a store in Vincennes, Indiana in 1842. His sons, including Jacob, started the Gimbel Brothers firm. Gimbel Brothers began in Milwaukee in 1887 and later expanded to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and New York. Horace Saks sold Saks Fifth Avenue and Saks Thirty-fourth Street stores to Bernard Gimbel in 1923 for Gimbel stock. Gimbels Southgate was the first suburban Gimbels store in 1954. Gimbels merged with Schuster's Department Stor...

Rubin, Jennifer (person)

Tanner, Henry (person)

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Wierzynski, Maciej (person)

Hovey, Graham (person)

Greeley, Andrew M., 1928-2013 (person)

Contemporary American author of fiction, mystery, science fiction, religion, and screenplays. Also a priest and professor. From the description of [Papers], 1985-1988 / Andrew M. Greeley. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 41576597 Andrew Moran Greeley was born in Oak Park, IL, February 5, 1928 to Andrew T. (corporate executive) and Grace (McNichols) Greeley. He received a bachelor's degree in 1950 from St. Mary of the Lake Seminary and a licentiate in sac...

McCabe, Robert K. (Robert Karr), 1929- (person)

Reagan, Ronald, 1911-2004 (person)

Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) was the 40th President of the United States and served two terms in office from 1981 to 1989. He was born on February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois, the second son of Nelle Wilson and John Edward ("Jack") Reagan. His father nicknamed him "Dutch" as a baby. In 1920 the family resettled in Dixon, Illinois. In 1928 Reagan graduated from Dixon High School, where he had been student body president, an actor in school plays, and a student athlete. He partici...

Purdum, Todd S. (person)

Verghese, B. George (person)

Ladd, Parker B. (person)

Ansel, Ruth. (person)

Kristof, Nicholas D., 1959-.... (person)

Horrock, Nicholas M. (Nicholas Morton), 1936- (person)

Cummings, Nathan, 1896-1985 (person)

Industrialist. From the description of Reminiscences of Nathan Cummings : oral history, 1984. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 86131497 ...

Schwartz, Harry, 1919-2004 (person)

Fahey, Thomas J. (Thomas Joseph) (person)

Franco, Angel (person)

Lauder, Estee (person)

Slavin, Barbara (person)

Vecsey, George. (person)

Guzzo, Louis R. (person)

Sutton, Percy E. (person)

Susskind, David, 1920-1987 (person)

Weisman, Steven R. (person)

Horner, Ferne M. (person)

Donovan, Robert J. (person)

Brown, John Y. (person)

Inter-American Press Association (corporateBody)

Chambers, Marcia (person)

Oka, Takashi (person)

Kornheiser, Anthony (person)

Frayman, Joseph (person)

Devlin, John C (person)

Califano, Joseph A., Jr., 1931- (person)

Stroud, Kandy (person)

Crutchfield, Will (person)

Laird, Melvin R. (person)

Melvin Robert Laird (b. 1922) was a U.S. Representative from Wisconsin, January 3, 1953 to his resignation on January 21, 1969 to become Secretary of Defense. He served as Secretary of Defense from 1969 until January 29, 1973. He was domestic advisor to President Nixon from 1973 to 1974, and after 1974 he served as senior counsellor for national and international affairs for the Reader's Digest Association. From the description of Laird, Melvin R. (Melvin Robert), 1922- (U.S. Nationa...

Gamarekian, Barbara (person)

Decter, Midge (person)

Fellows, Lawrence (person)

Burgess, Anthony (person)

Pell, Claiborne, 1918-2009 (person)

Claiborne deBorda Pell was born on November 22, 1918 in New York City to Matilda Bigelow Pell and Herbert Claiborne Pell. The Pell family lineage includes five members of Congress and George Mifflin Dallas, who was Vice President to President James Polk, 1845-1849. Senator Pell's father served as a United States Congressman from New York, 1919-1921, as well as Minister to Portugal, 1937-1941, Minister to Hungary, 1941-1942, and a United States Representative to the Unit...

Burros, Daniel (person)

Hurst, Jack (person)

Shull, Leo (person)

Melhuish, A. John (person)

Curtis, Charlotte, 1928-1987 (person)

Curtis was born in Chicago, the daughter of George Morris and Lucile (Atcherson) Curtis, and received a B.A. from Vassar College in 1950. She was a reporter for the Columbus (Ohio) Citizen (1950-1961) as well as an English teacher (1952-1954) and radio commentator (1959-1960) in Columbus. She became a reporter for The New York Times and then family/style editor (1965-1973) and associate editor and editor of the op-ed page (1974- ). She was the author of First Lady (1963) and Assignment (1974). ...

Carmen, Gerald Posner, 1930- (person)

Bernstein, Richard (person)

Barnes, Harry G. (Harry George), 1926-2012 (person)

Diplomat. From the description of Harry G. Barnes papers, 1978-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79827721 From the description of Papers, 1978-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 34149459 ...

Kamm, Henry. (person)

Narvaez, Alphonso A. (person)

Topping, Susan (person)

Rather, Dan. (person)

Anderson, David P. (person)

Benjamin, Burton (person)

Chodes, Ralph J. (person)

Sitton, Claude (person)

Claude Fox Sitton, journalist, editor, and educator, was born 4 December 1925, in Emory (now part of Atlanta), Georgia. He graduated from Emory College (1947) and Emory University (1949); was a reporter for the International News Service (1949-1950) and United Press (1950-1955); and on the staff of the New York TIMES (1957; southeastern bureau chief, 1958-1968; national news director, 1964-1968). Sitton was editorial director of the Raleigh NEWS AND OBSERVER (1970-1990); in 1983, he won a Pulitz...

Poorman, Paul (person)

Lall, Betty G. (Betty Goetz) (person)

Levin, Meyer (person)

Henahan, Donal (person)

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (corporateBody)

Welles, Benjamin (person)

Smith, Bob, 1948 September 5- (person)

Reed, Joseph Verner, 1937- (person)

Joseph Reed was a delegate to the convention and served as Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Economic Development. From the description of Papers on the New York State Constitutional Convention of 1967, [ca. 1967]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122611094 ...

Sheraton, Mimi (person)

Briggs, Kenneth A., 1948- (person)

Manheim, Paul E. (person)

Watts, Ernst John (Judge) (person)

Bradlee, Benjamin C. (person)

Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee (b. 1921), journalist, newspaper editor, author, held posts with the New Hampshire Sunday News, the Washington Post, and the U.S. Foreign Service during the 1940s and 1950s. He was the Managing Editor of the Washington Post from 1965 to 1968. From the description of Bradlee, Benjamin C. (Benjamin Crowninshield), 1921- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10572597 ...

Bunker, Ellsworth (Amb.) (person)

Catledge, Turner, 1901-1983 (person)

Journalist. From the description of Reminiscences of Turner Catledge : oral history, 1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122343086 ...

Claassen, Harold (person)

Kerr, Peter, 1962- (person)

Barrat, Lucien (person)

Kampelman, Max (Amb.) (person)

Stone, Morton D. (person)

Levine, William (person)

Berger, Philip (person)

Atkinson, Brooks, 1894-1984 (person)

Drama critic. From the description of Reminiscences of Justin Brooks Atkinson : lecture, [195-?]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122631692 American drama critic educated at Harvard University, Atkinson became a literary editor of the New York Times in 1922 and served as the paper's dramatic critic from 1926 to 1960. From the description of Brooks Atkinson papers, 1925-1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 612378941 ...

Auletta, Ken (person)

Ken Auletta (b. 1942) is a journalist and author known for his coverage of political, governmental and economic matters, often focused on New York; since the early 1990s he has written mainly about the media and communications industries. From the guide to the Ken Auletta papers, 1975-1995, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) ...

Lusinchi, Victor (person)

Sann, Paul (person)

Camp, Frank (person)

Dunning, Jennifer (person)

D'Souza, Dinesh (person)

International Advertising Association (1950- ) (corporateBody)

Pelletier, Nuala (person)

Landau, Jacob C. (person)

Browne, Malcolm W. (person)

American bar association (corporateBody)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED In 1971 the American Bar Association formed a committee to prepare a study "...on the respective powers under the Constitution of the President and of the Congress to enter into and conduct war." The committee was chaired by Lyman M. Tondel, Jr. and the project was funded by the Association's Fund for Public Education which in turn contracted with Columbia University to carry out the study. The staff included Abraham D. Sofaer, Project Director and Adjunct Professor of Law at C...

Dinsmore, Herman H. (person)

Herman Henry Dinsmore (1900-1980), a journalist, worked for newspapers in Baltimore, Maryland from 1923-1929. He began a 34 year career with the New York "Times" in 1929 as a writer on the foreign desk. From 1951-1960 he was editor of the "Times'" International Edition and retired from the newspaper in 1963. Dinsmore's critical book about the New York "Times," "All the News that Fits" was published in 1969 and in 1974 his book on U.S.-Soviet relations, "The Bleeding of America" was published. He...

Craigmore, Peter (person)

Pelleck, Carl (person)

Johnson, Ed (person)

Kazin, Alfred (Prof.) (person)

Ronan, William J. (William John), 1912- (person)

Sereny, Gita (person)

Jaworski, Leon (person)

O'Neill, Edward A. (person)

Parsons, Estelle (person)

Galbraith, Evan G. (person)

NYT Productions, Inc. (corporateBody)

Williams, Joseph (person)

Epithet: clarinet player and composer, director Philharmonic Society British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000562.0x0001a2 Epithet: music publisher British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000212.0x0003b5 ...

American College Public Relations Association (corporateBody)

Hammel, Lisa (person)

O'Hara, John (person)

King, Harry K. (person)

Strauss, Michael, 1940- (person)

Parisi, Anthony (person)

Scott, Gilbert L. (person)

Lauder, Ronald (Amb.) (person)

Primis, Lance R. (person)

Beard, Anthony (person)

Bucher, Lloyd M., 1927- (person)

CDR Lloyd M. Bucher was CO of the USS Pueblo when it was captured by the North Koreans in international waters in 1968. The North Koreans impounded it as a spy ship. From the description of Letter, May 21, 1990. (Naval War College). WorldCat record id: 45740676 CDR Lloyd M. Bucher was CO of USS Pueblo, which was captured by the North Koreans as a U.S. spy ship in 1968. Her crew was held for eleven months and then released. From the description of Letter, July 18,...

Gulf & Western Industries (corporateBody)

Goldberg, Howard G. (person)

Ansberry, Louise S. (Mrs.) (person)

Butsikares, Socrates K. (person)

Cray, Douglas W. (person)

Kakutani, Michiko (person)

McElheny, Victor K. (person)

Leo, John (person)

Reston, James B., Jr. (person)

Cohen, Laurie P. (person)

Townsend, Claudia M. (person)

Davis, Martin S. (person)

Grossman, Suzanne (person)

Sell, Ted (person)

Hoving, Jane Pickens (person)

Braestrup, Peter. (person)

Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971 (person)

Premier of the Soviet Union. From the description of Reminiscences of Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev : oral history, 1967-71. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309743617 ...

Wiskari, Werner (person)

Lowenthal, Max, 1888-1971 (person)

Max Lowenthal, B.A. (1909) University of Minnesota, J.D. (1912) Harvard Law School; attorney and lifelong public servant. A close associate of Felix Frankfurter, Harry Truman and Louis Brandeis, he served on the National Committee on Law Observance and Enforcement (the Wickersham Commission), the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, and the Interstate Commerce Commission. Lowenthal was an advisor and personal friend of President Harry S. Truman, and was influentia...

Wolfe, Lisa (Lisa M.) (person)