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  1. On Sunday, January 27, 1979, New Yorkers awoke to the news that Nelson Rockefeller had died of a heart attack at the age of 71 while working at his office in mid-town Manhattan.

  2. Vor 22 Stunden · Nelson Rockefeller (1974) ins Amt des Vizepräsidenten aufrückten, gingen fast zwei Monate (Ford) bzw. mehr als vier Monate (Rockefeller) ins Land. George Washington hatte bei seiner Vereidigung 1789 bei seinem Eid eine Bibel verwendet, die er anschließend küsste; seinem Vorbild folgten die meisten Präsidenten.

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  3. Vor 22 Stunden · Meanwhile, Nelson Rockefeller won the West Virginia and Oregon primaries against Goldwater, and William Scranton won in his home state of Pennsylvania. Both Rockefeller and Scranton also won several state caucuses, mostly in the Northeast. The final showdown between Goldwater and Rockefeller was in the California primary.

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    • Lyndon B. Johnson
    • Hubert Humphrey
  4. Nelson Rockefeller, the son and grandson of billionaires and a billionaire in his own right when there fewer than a baker's dozen of such creatures, was a major force in national politics for three decades. Rocky bestrode the State of New York like a colossus in the 1960s, serving four terms as governor of the Empire State between 1959 and 1973.

    • Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller
    • Rocky
    • July 8, 1908 in Bar Harbor, Maine, USA
  5. 21. März 2023 · In response, Nelson Rockefeller’s Lieutenant Governor Malcolm Wilson made his desire to save the Pavilion known. After all, it was paid for with taxpayer money as he notes: Image Courtesy of the ...

  6. 21. März 2023 · Take this pair of George III satinwood, purpleheart and rosewood oval Pembroke tables attributed to Gillows c.1780. They were previously owned by Nelson Rockefeller and were sold at Christie’s New York in October 2010. They were hammered then at $48,000.

  7. 21. März 2023 · Nobody but the stockholders (the four surviving Rockefeller brothers-Nelson, John D.III, David and Laurance – their sister, Abby, and the heirs of their brother Winthrop, who died in 1973, and a handful of Wall Street bankers) know its true value, but the educated guess of New York’s real estate crowd is that Rockefeller Center, land and buildings, is worth $1 billion.