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New York Delegation to the
1964 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Nicolás C. Acevedo, Manhattan - Wilhelmina F. Adams, Manhattan - William F. Ahern, Sr., Kings Park, Long Island - Aubrey F. Alberding, Oriskany Falls - Gordon Alger, Conesus - Max Anderman, Jamaica, Queens - Lennarth C. Anderson, Rochester - John W. Ball, New Berlin - Edward Banka, Cheektowaga - Freda M. Barlow, Manhattan - Walter Basmajian, Massena - Lewis S. Bell, Interlaken - Nina Blanchfield, Beacon - Hannah Blankfein, Bronx - Angelo R. Bollettieri, New Rochelle - Gladys R. Borenstein, Jamaica, Queens - Josephine M. Bravo, Brooklyn - John Breglia, Brooklyn - Earl Brown, Manhattan - Harold W. Brown, Huntington, Long Island - Henrietta Brown, Manhattan - John F. Burden, Oswego - Peter J. Byrne, Roosevelt, Long Island - William J. Cahill, Brooklyn - Howard H. Cannon, Syracuse - Julia V. Cargiulo, Bronx - James J. Carroll, Penn Yan - James Cassell, Jr., Pleasantville - Joseph Cioccolanti, Brewster - Leonard N. Cohen, Manhattan - Max I. Cohen, Brooklyn - John V. Connorton, Manhattan - Andrew Cooper, Brooklyn - Anthony F. Crissalli, Brooklyn - Leonard Davis, Roslyn, Long Island - James J. Delaney, Long Island City, Queens - John Delury, Manhattan - Ross J. Di Lorenzo, Brooklyn - Francis G. Dimond, Fonda - W. Clyde Dixon, Madrid - Eugene J. Donahue, Auburn - William M. Donnelly, Waverly - John Doyle, Apalachin - Joseph P. Erazo, Manhattan - Rose M. Ferro, Rochester - Harold Fertig, Syosset, Long Island - Mortimer G. Feuer, Manhattan - Frederick T. Finucane, Rochester - Edward M. Fischer, Albany - Michael J. Fisher, Brooklyn - J. Lowell Fitzsimmons, Alexandria Bay - Robert J. Flynn, Huntington, Long Island - E. Raymond Franchell, Tonawanda - Ethel Frank, Bronx - Jerome Frank, Manhattan - Beth Friedman, Brooklyn - Jesse I. Fuchs, Forest Hills, Queens - Rose Gambino, Otisville - Salvatore T. Gambino, Peekskill - Charles Garrahan, Manhattan - Joseph Gerace, Lakewood - Edward J. Giannelli, Hicksville, Long Island - Elinor Gimbel, Manhattan - Pearl Gladwin, Bronx - Mae Gloster, Bronx - Charles R. Glynn, Binghamton - Clara Gompers, Bronx - Richard D. Graham, Croton-on-Hudson - Raymond P. Griffin, Grand Island - John W. Gurnett, Watkins Glen - Albert J. Hausbeck, Buffalo - Agnes C. Hayes, Queens Village, Queens - Paul A. Heelan, Elmhurst, Queens - Julius A. Hellenbrand, Brooklyn - Cecelia M. Heller, Bronx - Arthur F. Henriksen, Long Island City, Queens - Bart J. Higgins, Manhattan - Thomas W. Higgins, Syracuse - Isabel Hogan, Schenectady - Joseph P. Imperato, Brooklyn - Charles Imperial, Maspeth, Queens - Milton E. Jacobowitz, Far Rockaway, Queens - Stephen J. Jarema, Manhattan - Jessica Johnson, Buffalo - Mary B. Jones, Ilion - Anthony Jordan, Brooklyn - Donald F. Kane, Buffalo - James L. Kane, Williamsville - Saul Kaplan, Brooklyn - Vincent P. Kassenbrock, Brooklyn - John F. Kearney, Staten Island - Francis Kelly, Warsaw - Jeannette H. Kelly, Kingston - Mildred O. Klett, Bronx - Marie V. Koeneke, Bayside, Queens - Karl G. Kolish, Manhattan - Alexander Kosty, Corning - Frank T. Lamb, Rochester - Marie Lanzetta, Manhattan - Thomas A. Lenane, Manhattan - Sidney Leviss, Flushing, Queens - Arthur Levitt, Jr., Manhattan - Neil M. Lieblich, Brooklyn - James R. Lockwood, Olean - Robert Lounsberry, Manhattan - Robert A. Low, Manhattan - Nathan Lubin, Rego Park, Queens - Thomas J. Mackell, Rego Park, Queens - Albert V. Maniscalco, Staten Island - Mary Marcy, Albany - Beadie Markowitz, Brooklyn - George M. Martin, Buffalo - Sharon J. Mauhs, Cobleskill - John C. McCabe, Pleasantville - John McKenna, Valley Stream, Long Island - Donald F. McManus, Binghamton - Thomas G. McSpedon, Yonkers - William A. Monacelli, Albion - John J. Mooney, Bedford - Harold R. Moskovit, Brooklyn - Constance Baker Motley, Manhattan - Paul F. Mundt, West Nyack - Eva S. Neil, Manhattan - Walter V. Newell, Morrisonville - Barnett J. Nova, Brooklyn - Harry E. O'Donnell, Amagansett, Long Island - Robert Osborne, Speculator - Alphonse A. Papalia, Rochester - Francis R. Paternoster, Walton - J. Foster Phillips, St. Albans, Queens - Otis G. Pike, Riverhead, Long Island - Thomas J. Portela, Merrick, Long Island - James M. Power, Brooklyn - John J. Purcell, Troy - Stanley Rabinowitz, Woodmere, Long Island - Richard Ravitch, Manhattan - John T. Redmond, Ridgewood, Queens - Conrad C. Remling, Glendale, Queens - Ruth Rickover, Bronx - Rosalind Riegelman, Scarsdale - Henry A. Rigali, Seaford, Long Island - Charles A. Rogers, Islip, Long Island - Anna S. Rosch, Bronx - Jack Rosenberg, Brooklyn - Joseph B. Rosenblatt, Manhattan - Albert W. Rowe, Rochester - Howard D. Samuel, White Plains - Peter Sandusky, Lancaster - Thomas Santa Lucia, Buffalo - Fred T. Santucci, Richmond Hill, Queens - John J. Schick, Kingston - Herman Schwartz, Brooklyn - Murray M. Schwartz, Syracuse - Ralph Shapiro, Oswego - Ted Shelton, Suffern - Harper Sibley, Jr., Rochester - May J. Silberman, Bronx - Joseph P. Simmons, Clinton - John T. Smythe, East Aurora - Laurence Sovik, Syracuse - Harvey Spear, Manhattan - Bert Speer, Levittown, Long Island - Joseph A. Stabile, Deer Park, Long Island - Morris J. Stein, Brooklyn - Chester J. Straub, Brooklyn - Nathan Straus III, Manhattan - George Strosser, Jr., Hamburg - Frank Sullivan, Coxsackie - Richard J. Sullivan, Stony Point - Thomas J. Sullivan, Elmira - William Volet, Brooklyn - Elizabeth A. Ward, Farmingdale, Long Island - Florence C. Waters, Bronx - Djaris H. Watson, Manhattan - Shirley Weiner, Brooklyn - William J. White, Garden City, Long Island - F. James Williams, Loudonville

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