"On June 19, 1865, Major General Gordon Granger landed at the port of Galveston to extend Union military and civil authority over Texas. The most controversial and far-reaching of his civil edicts, General Order No. 3, enforced the terms of the Emancipation Proclamation and liberated more than 200,000 Black slaves. That event is commemorated today as Juneteenth."
June, 1988 — New York’s Beautiful Big-Brother Buildings, by Barbara Flanagan and Stanley Garth
"Barbara Flanagan and photographer Stanley Garth reveal how our pseudo-public spaces, such as The Trump Tower Atrium, are uptight fiefdoms guarded by private armies, Mussolini-style. (Now, if we could only hang Trump from a meat hook...)"
April, 1988 — Donald Trump; A Heck of a Guy, by Spy Magazine
"Donald Trump demonstrates the fine posture and sparkling joie de vivre of the high-class, swanky real estate mogul that he is."
January 9, 1988 — Trump bid could come in a decade, by Glenn Singer
Will the $3 billion man Donald Trump run for president? Probably, but not for perhaps a decade. And that’s from as good an authority as there can be — his wife, Ivana.