Alden Whitman Autograph

Whitman was an obituary writer for The New York Times. His My Turn essay is interesting, arguing that we should be more willing to speak ill of the … [Read more...]

Edward Hoagland Autograph

Essayist, novel, travel author. Received  3/8/1974. His My Turn essay is a fairly standard one about how a series of misfortunes, including some … [Read more...]

Annette K. Baxter Autograph

  Received 4/22/1975. History professor. Barnard College, specialized in American studies and women's studies. "For Edward Garbowski/ … [Read more...]

John Kenneth Galbraith Autograph

Famous economist who was extremely influential in mid-century (20th Century) America. He also served in the administrations of Presidents Franklin D. … [Read more...]

Joyce Maynard Autograph

Author. Maynard cut her photograph from the article. I do not believe she explained why. Around the time of this article she was involved romantically … [Read more...]

Jimmy (the Greek) Snyder Autograph

Football analyst, oddsmaker. He eventually was embarrassed and shamed out of public life for racially insensitive remarks, which were not something I … [Read more...]

Joseph Farris Autograph

  New Yorker cartoonist. "Best wishes, Joseph Farris" Received 2/25/1974 … [Read more...]

J.F.[Jerald] terHorst Autograph

J.F.[Jerald]  terHorst Reporter and briefly Press Secretary for Gerald Ford. Resigned upon being informed that President Ford planned to pardon … [Read more...]

Jack Valenti Autograph

Long-time (38 years) President of the Motion Picture Association. Famous for overseeing creation of the MPAA film rating system, and being a fierce … [Read more...]

James C. Jones Autograph

Detroit bureau chief for Newsweek. Not surprisingly, I understand that his major focus was the automobile industry. "With good wishes - James C. … [Read more...]