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Travis was born in Los Angeles, California, and received a bachelor's degree in film and theater arts from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Home NEAL TRAVIS MANHATTAN By NEAL TRAVIS signed 1979. Book is without other marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. There is some mild age foxing on the fore edge pages.
Home NEAL TRAVIS MANHATTAN By NEAL TRAVIS signed 1979. MANHATTAN By NEAL TRAVIS signed 1979. Published by Crown Publishers, NY, 1979. Condition: Good Hardcover. From VIEWFAIR BOOKS (ELLENWOOD, GA, . Price: US$ 2. 9 Convert Currency.
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Neal Travis, a gossip columnist for The New York Post whose work appeared daily opposite the paper's Page Six celebrity page, died yesterday at New York University Medical Center. He was 62 and lived in Manhattan and Bridgehampton, . The cause was cancer, a spokesman for The Post said. Mr. Travis, who was born in 1940 in New Zealand, started working on newspapers there and in Australia at 16. He came to New York in 1966 to work as a correspondent for The Sydney Daily Mirror.
Neal Travis, the prominent journalist who turned New York's popular journalism upside down, has died . Travis immediately fell for the city, and the love affair continued until his death, by which time he had a flat in Manhattan and a country house in the Hamptons.
Neal Travis, the prominent journalist who turned New York's popular journalism upside down, has died aged 62. By Christopher Reed. He got to know some of New York's most prominent residents, including former governor Mario Cuomo, the ebullient former senator Alfonse D'Amato and Elaine Kaufman, proprietress of the famed restaurant that bears her name.
Neal Travis (April 8, 1940 – August 14, 2002) was a New Zealand journalist and novelist
Neal Travis (April 8, 1940 – August 14, 2002) was a New Zealand journalist and novelist. He came to New York in 1966 as a correspondent of the Daily Mirror, and joined the New York Post in 1977. From 1993 until his death he wrote his own gossip column in the Post.