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Gross, Terry Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Terry Gross Wikidata

VIAF ID: 43380121 (Personal)

Permalink: http://viaf.org/viaf/43380121

ISNI: 0000  0000  2691  0927 

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Albert Race Sample on seven [i.e. seventeen] years in prison Library of Congress/NACO
Alec Guinness, actor Library of Congress/NACO
All I did was ask : conversations with writers, actors, musicians, and artists Library of Congress/NACO
Bobby Short Library of Congress/NACO
Calvin Trillin, humorist/reporter. John Cage, avante-garde composer/philosopher Library of Congress/NACO
Chaim Potok, novelist Library of Congress/NACO
Charlie Haden, jazz bassist Library of Congress/NACO
David Halberstam, journalist Library of Congress/NACO
David Marc, TV critic. James Farmer, civil rights leader Library of Congress/NACO
Dennis Brutus, exiled Black South African playwright [i.e. poet] Library of Congress/NACO
Dick Cavett Library of Congress/NACO
Edmund White on gay life Library of Congress/NACO
Ellie Greenwich, hit songwriter of the 60's Library of Congress/NACO
Fred Rogers on childhood. Studs Terkel, author/radio host Library of Congress/NACO
Gahan Wilson, cartoonist Library of Congress/NACO
Gail Lumet Backley [i.e. Buckley]--a sense of belonging Library of Congress/NACO
Garrett Brown, cinematographer. Robert Klein, comedian Library of Congress/NACO
George Segal, artist Library of Congress/NACO
George V. Higgins, crime novelist Library of Congress/NACO
Jerry Falwell--religion and politics Library of Congress/NACO
Joe Piscopoe [i.e. Piscopo], comedian. Frank Stella, painter Library of Congress/NACO
John Phillips and the Mamas and the Papas Library of Congress/NACO
John Waters, filmmaker. Mary Gordon, novelist Library of Congress/NACO
Kurt Vonnegut on intellectual freedom Library of Congress/NACO
Leonard Cohen, singer/songwriter Library of Congress/NACO
Linda Ellerbee, broadcast journalist Library of Congress/NACO
Max longbow saga book 1 : the red dot alien Library of Congress/NACO
Merce Cunningham, dancer and choreographer Library of Congress/NACO
Michael Bennett, director/choreographer Library of Congress/NACO
Mickey Mantle Library of Congress/NACO
Music therapy Library of Congress/NACO
Nicholas Pileggi, crime reporter on mobsters Library of Congress/NACO
The other generation gap Library of Congress/NACO
Pat Conroy, novelist Library of Congress/NACO
Pauline Kael, movie critic Library of Congress/NACO
Phyllis Diller, comedianne [sic] Library of Congress/NACO
Quentin Crisp, author Library of Congress/NACO
Red Grooms, sculptor on city life Library of Congress/NACO
Reverend Andrew Greeley, Roman Catholic sociologist Library of Congress/NACO
Richard Price, novelist Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Bauman, admitting homosexuality Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Jay Lifton, psychiatrist, on modern holocausts Library of Congress/NACO
Robert MacNeil, journalist Library of Congress/NACO
Robert Stone, novelist Library of Congress/NACO
Roger Ebert, film critic. Pete Seeger, folksinger Library of Congress/NACO
Sidney Biddle Barrows, Mayflower madam Library of Congress/NACO
Smothers Brothers Library of Congress/NACO
Steve Reich, composer Library of Congress/NACO
Vito Russo, author on gays in Hollywood films Library of Congress/NACO
Wallace Shawn, playwright/actor Library of Congress/NACO
William Broyles, author Library of Congress/NACO
William Sloane Coffin, minister/peace activist Library of Congress/NACO
Woody Herman, big band man Library of Congress/NACO

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