George Stanley Turnbull (1882-1977), professor of journalism at the University of Oregon, researched the history of Oregon newspapers, journalism, and governors, and published at least four books on those subjects. The collection (1930-1940) contains correspondence, speeches, and Turnbull's University of Washington master's thesis (1932), titled "Influence of Newspapers on the Economic, Social, and Political History of Pioneer Oregon.".
Newspaper cuttings and various publications relating to the history of journalism. 2 letters to A.P. Fleming. "An honorable titan - a biographical study of Adolph S. Ochs" by Gerald W. Johnson. "The New York Times" (1851-1951) A centenary address. "One hundred years of famous pages from The New York Times", 1851-1951. Appointment diaries, 1934-1970; newspapers; newspaper cuttings; books; photographs; magazines; passports; correspondence (business and personal); 3 vol. of press cuttings; albums and other papers
Papers consist primarily of correspondence from well known people, including Sherwood Anderson (1925-36), Louis Bromfield (1927-30), George Washington Carver (1926-39), Geraldine Farrar (1925-55), Dorothy Canfield Fisher (1921-27), and H.L. Mencken (1925-55). Also included are manuscripts, memorabilia, photographs, and newspaper clippings
Papers include correspondence, legal records, business records, land records, and genealogical data. The bulk of the correspondence is letters between family members, including early letters between Walter Haldeman and his wife Elizabeth; letters to and from William Haldeman during his service in the Confederate Navy; and letters from William, John, Lizzie, and Bruce Haldeman while they were away at school. Subjects discussed include family news, activities, travels, business, health, politics, and sports, especially baseball. The bulk of the latter correspondence centers on Bruce Haldeman, his family, and his tenure as president of the Courier-journal, the family business. His letters are between him and his wife, from his son Walter N. Haldeman, II, while he was at Yale (1919-1922) and during his bicycle tour of England, and from Bruce's daughters, Florence Price, Elizabeth H. Campbell, and Ann Bruce Haldeman. Estate records include papers for the estates of Walter Haldeman, ... Read More
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Includes correspondence, general files, literary productions, scrapbooks and scrapbook material, and photographs concerning Cope's personal and professional life as a journalist and historian of Texas. Also included is historical material on Texas. Collection bulks (1880-1974) with general files and scrapbooks which include newsclippings, literary productions, photographs, and printed material concerning journalism, Texas history, and Millard Cope. Notable correspondence includes letters from Sam Rayburn, Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, General Lucius Clay, Herbert Hoover, and Richard Nixon. With the exception of 52 leaves of literary productions, collection is on microfilm
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Typescript copy of a speech given by Samuel V. Stewart dedicating the Journalism School building at the University of Montana. Stewart outlines a history of journalism in Montana and cites the contributions of Dean A.L. Stone
Correspondence, minutes of the Board of Directors and various committees, reports, slides, newspaper clippings, convention information, and other papers concerning the operation of the association. Most materials date from 1935-1988; there are some materials from as early as 1860. VPA bulletins (including the Bulletin, Confidential Bulletin, Information Bulletin, and Special Information Bulletin) have been placed in the Periodicals section under "B.".