Nat Hentoff At A.J. Liebling Counter-Convention
Close-up of American journalist and music critic Nat Hentoff as he attends the A.J. Liebling Counter-Convention, New York, New York, May 10, 1974. The convention, named after noted media critic A.J. Leibling, was initially created in opposition to the American Newspaper Publishers Association convention. (Photo by Fred W. McDarrah/MUUS Collection via Getty Images)
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Fred W. McDarrah / Contributor
May 10, 1974
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