Michael Clark Rockefeller (May 18, 1938 – presumed to have died November 19, 1961) was the fifth child of New York Governor and former U.S. Vice President Nelson Rockefeller. He was the grandson of American financier John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the great grandson of Standard Oil co-founder John D. Rockefeller .
04.01.2022 · Michael Rockefeller set out once again for New Guinea in 1961, this time accompanied by René Wassing, a government anthropologist. As their boat approached Otsjanep on November 19, 1961, a sudden squall churned the water and riled crosscurrents.
Michael Rockefeller was just 18 years old that night, and it’s easy to imagine the power the event had for him. His father’s pride over the new museum, the exotic beauty and pull of the ...
Michael Clark Rockefeller (né le 18 mai 1938 – disparu le 19 novembre 1961, déclaré mort en 1964) est le fils cadet du vice-président des États-Unis Nelson Rockefeller. Il disparaît lors d'une expédition en Nouvelle-Guinée néerlandaise destinée à acheter des armes traditionnelles asmat en vue d'une exposition prévue aux États-Unis.
30.11.2022 · The research magazine of The Rockefeller University. The machine that built all living things—and itself The ribosome—a huge molecule that translates a cell's genetic code into protein—has been thoroughly scrutinized for over 70 years.
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06.01.2022 · Michael Rockefeller famously disappeared during an expedition to New Guinea in 1961. He is seen here, far right in the back row, with his brothers, Steven (far left) and Rodman. His father, New York Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller, is seated to the right of his first wife, Mary Todhunter Clark, with daughters, Mary (far left) and Anne (right).