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13th Annual Party for the benefit of THE NATIONAL URBAN LEAGUE was held on March 6, 1986
The Plaza Hotel
Mrs. Edgar Bronfman, Jr. chairperson [[Chairperson]]

Mrs. Edgar Bronfman Jr. Chairperson and Mr. John E. Jacobs President of the National Urban League.

The expenses of this benefit have been underwritten by
Avon products, Inc.
Bozell, Jacobs, Kenyon & Eckhardt
Mrs. Ann L. Bronfman
Charmer Industries, Inc.
Chris-Craft Industries, Inc.
Doyle Dane Bernbach Advertising
Sidney Frank importing Co., Inc.
The Paddington Corporation
Renfield Importers Ltd.
Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc.
The Shubert Organization, Inc. and anonymous friends of the National Urban League
Fur Jacket
Compliments of 
James McQuay
The Black Furrier
One Carat Diamond Cocktail Ring and other gift items
Compliments of
Service Merchandise Company
Nashville, Tennesee

(List Incomplete)

Benefit Committee

Hon. Robert Abrams
Mr. Stephen E. Banner
Mrs. John Bernbach
Mrs. Paul Bernbach
Ms. Marylin Bitner
Mr. Malcom K. Brachman
Mrs. June G. Branche
Mrs. Ann L. Bronfman
Mr. Edgar Bronfman, Jr.
Melanie and Sam Bronfman
Mr. Cy Coleman
Ms. Copper Cunningham
Mr. Louis d'Almeida
Mr. Ralph P. Davidson
Ms. Suzanna dePasse
Mr. Robert H. Fayne
Mr. Sidney Frank
Mr. David Geffen
Ms. Barbara Goldsmith
Congressman Bill Green
Dr. Dona Hamilton
Mr. W. hayne Hipp
Mrs. Maxine Hornung
Mrs. John E. Jacob
Mr. Bernard B. Jacobs
Mrs. Jacob Javits
Mr. Martin H. Kreston

Mr. Kenneth Jay Lane
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Larson
Mr. David Laurance
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Lewyn
Mrs. Margaret P. Lord
Mr. John F. McGillicuddy
Mr. Charles Merinoff
Mr. Herman Merinoff
Mr. Lorne Michels
Mr. Robert A. Monroe
Mrs. Mollie Moon
Mr. Charles D. Peebler, Jr.
Mr. Frank Perry
Ms. Ponchitta Pierce
Mr. James D. Robinson III
Mr. David Rockefeller
Mr. Steven J. Ross
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Siebel
Mr. Herbert J. Siegel
Mr. Don M. Thomas
Mr. Peter Thompson
Mr. Hicks B. Waldron
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Walsh
Ms. Dionne Warwick
Mr. Andrew H. Weiss
Mr. Peter Yarrow
Mrs. Whitney M. Young, Jr.

The National Urban League, founding in 1910, is an interracial, non-profit, non-partisan organization. Through its national headquarters in New York, 4 regional service centers and 113 affiliates, NUL uses the tools and methods of social work, economies, law and other disciplines to secure equal opportunities in all sectors of our society for black Americans and other minorities. 
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