100 New Yorkers of the 1970s

100 New Yorkers of the 1970s

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100 New Yorkers of the 1970s by Max Millard

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EASTSIDER EDWIN NEWMAN Journalist and first-time novelist

EASTSIDER LARRY O'BRIEN Commissioner of the National Basketball Association

WESTSIDER MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN Great lady of the movie screen

WESTSIDER BETSY PALMER Star of Same Time, Next Year

WESTSIDER JAN PEERCE The man with the golden voice

EASTSIDER GEORGE PLIMPTON Author, editor and adventurer

EASTSIDER OTTO PREMINGER Rebel filmmaker returns with The Human Factor

WESTSIDER CHARLES RANGEL Congressman of the 19th District

WESTSIDER JOE RAPOSO Golden boy of American composers

WESTSIDER MASON REESE Not just another kid

WESTSIDER MARTY REISMAN America's best-loved ping-pong player

WESTSIDER RUGGIERO RICCI World's most-recorded violinist

WESTSIDER BUDDY RICH Monarch of the drums

WESTSIDER GERALDO RIVERA Broadcaster, author and humanitarian

WESTSIDER NED ROREM Author and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer

WESTSIDER JULIUS RUDEL Director of the New York City Opera

EASTSIDER DR. LEE SAL

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