Adirondack Inspiration: Clarence Petty
- The Champ Who Never Made It Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller: 1908-1979. Warner, Edwin // Time;2/5/1979, Vol. 113 Issue 6, p20
An obituary for U.S. Vice-President Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller is presented.
- Spare change. Waugh, John C. // American Heritage;Sep96, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p34
Presents an account of the author's experience of being a personal staff member for Nelson A. Rockefeller, one of America's richest man. Assisting Rockefeller at the National Airport in New York, New York.
- Untitled. // New Yorker;2/3/1968, Vol. 43 Issue 50, p112
This article presents an excerpt news item about Nelson Rockefeller published in the "San Antonio News" periodical.
- NELSON ROCKEFELLER, R I P. Buckley Jr., WM. F. // National Review;3/2/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p319
The article presents an obituary for Nelson Rockefeller, former Governor of the state of New York.
- Rocky as St. Sebastian. Chapman, Stephen // New Republic;2/10/79, Vol. 180 Issue 6, p12
Presents an obituary for Nelson Rockefeller, an activist and member of the Republican Party.
- Bronx cheer-up for Yankees. Levin, Dan // Sports Illustrated;07/19/1971, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p40
The article discusses the bond issue approved by New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller that will allow New York City to purchase the Yankees Stadium.
- Nelson Rockefeller and the politics of philanthropy. Goldin, Milton // History Today;Mar90, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p39
Profiles millionaire and politician Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller. Background; Family wealth; Rise to public service; Political style; Role as governor of New York state; Failed bids for the presidency; Philanthropic activities; Strengths and weaknesses.
- THE TALK OF THE TOWN: Rockefeller. // New Yorker;10/22/1966, Vol. 42 Issue 35, p50
The article discusses New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller's campaigning in New York City on October 10, 1966. Rockefeller first stopped and visited the offices of the Spanish-language newspaper "El Diario," at Hudson Street. He made a short speech and answered questions from students of St....
- From yearbooks to Ballwin, one-finger salute lives on. Pokin, Steve // West County Journal;3/7/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 10, pA3
The author ponders on the history and revival of the middle finger salute, from Charles Gardener "Old Hoss" Radbourn in an 1886 photo of the Boston Beneaters and New York Giants to Nelson Rockefeller responding to hecklers in Binghamton, New York in 1976 and singer Adele at the 2012 Grammy Awards.