University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The William S. Sopris papers contain mainly correspondence, both personal and commercial, from the 1930s through the 1940s. Financial papers, receipts, and unidentified photographic negatives are also included. The commercial and personal content is intermixed and varied and consists of out-going and in-coming correspondence. Sopris corresponded with many people and, as publisher, worked to promote the newspapers where he was employed, mainly in Wyoming
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains the professional materials of the journalists Richard Boyer and Sophia Boyer. Specific materials include Richard Boyer's research files for his book, "The Legend of John Brown"; Sophia Boyer's research files for her book, "Nkrumah of Ghana"; contracts with publishers; financial records; and articles written by both Boyers
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains correspondence with publishers, 1974-1976, and manuscripts and manuscript outlines, both published ("Balcony Empire", "Paris Was My Beat") and unpublished ("The Red Duchess"), as well as files on Pope John XXIII and Pope Paul VI with parts of unpublished manuscripts. Two copies of "World of Fear" (1965), published in Italy, and "Balcony Empire" (1942) are included as well as several undated notebooks. There are photographs of Packard with John Steinbeck, Ingrid Bergman, Elizabeth Taylor among others
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Contains one speech and correspondence relating to this journalist and author's books "Makers of Modern Journalism" and "News Is What We Make It.".
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains correspondence (1949-1981); materials related to his military service, including a D-Day diary, press clippings on the Normandy invasion, and military orders; manuscripts and copies of articles written for United Press and the "Montgomery Independent"; letters written to his family commenting on his experiences in post-war Europe; photographs; issues of "The Crimson-White" edited by Thompson; a copy of his master's thesis; and personal memorabilia
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains correspondence (1929-1970); news clippings about Royle's performances and movies (1926-1927); 1 photograph album; programs and playbills of performances (1909-1953); 13 scrapbooks containing news clippings, photographs and playbills (ca. 1920s-1950s); legal papers regarding Royle's lawsuit against American Business consultants, Inc.; materials relating to the Stage Door Canteen (1942); and miscellaneous awards for volunteer performances during World War II
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Contains personal and professional files relating to James E. Brodhead's career as both an actor and a journalist. Includes correspondence, subject and manuscript files from his stint as a writer for "Time" magazine and other organizations, scripts for productions of which he was a part, and photographs of Brodhead primarily depicting him in his various motion picture, television, and theatre productions
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains Bertram Benedict's personal and business correspondence, photographs of Benedict, legal documents, and a small scrapbook of editorials written by Benedict for Editorial Research Reports on national and international politics. Clippings about Benedict, Editorial Research Report issues and cables, two passports, and copies of Benedict's books "A History of the Great War" and "The Larger Socialism" are in this collection
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains a bound collection of photocopied transcripts of letters written by James Keeley to his family, which mainly concern his coverage of World War I in England and France. Collection also contains manuscripts of speeches by Keeley, galley proofs of speeches by Keeley, an untitled manuscript by Keeley concerning international peace (ca. 1933-1934), and photographs of Keeley's Chicago apartment. Collection also holds a single photograph of Keeley, a few photocopies of letters by Keeley, and two invitations sent out by Keeley. Clippings (some by Keeley), notes, miscellaneous periodicals (some with articles by or about Keeley), miscellaneous printed materials, and a photocopy of James Webber Linn's book "James Keeley, Newspaperman" (1937) are in this collection as well
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains notebooks, slides taken by Pugh to illustrate articles, editorials written by Pugh, files relating to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, correspondence, graduate school and textbook manuscripts, and materials from Pugh's association with the Human Service Center in Peoria, Illinois. The bulk of the collection contains research files of newspaper and magazine clippings organized by Pugh into subjects including presidential elections, notable individuals, U.S. and world events, and geographic locations covering countries and U.S. states, and cities