University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Albin O. Kuhn Library and Gallery
Collection contains the papers and related materials pertaining to the career of journalist James H. Bready, including, but not restricted to, copies of articles (11,187 articles written by James H. Bready, 1945-2006), archival papers, books, newspapers, periodicals, original artwork, prints, photographs (5,067 b/w photos, chiefly Baltimore Sun), advertising posters, artifacts, ephemera, memorabilia, and tear sheets.
University of Montana--Missoula, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, K. Ross Toole Archives
Cogswell discusses his career as a journalist and describes the University of Montana in the 1920s and 1930s and the effect of the Depression on education. Pauline Cogswell discusses working for the Missoulian and the economic effects of the 1930s on Missoula
Chattanooga-Hamilton County Bicentennial Library
Two letters written by Clune relating to Elisha Johnson, original builder of "The Mansion," on his plantation in Tellico Plains, Tenn
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, writings, speeches, research materials, political files, biographical materials, legal and financial papers, photographs, and other papers, relating primarily to Davenport's career as writer and editor with Fortune (1930-1944, 1949-1951) and Life (1942-1944, 1949-1951), his management of Wendell Willkie's bid for the Republican presidential nomination (1940) and Edward Corsi's campaign for mayor of New York (1949-1951); his involvement in movements opposing communism and fascism and promoting democracy, liberty, peace, a union of the U.S. and Great Britain, and world government including the Institute for Creative Research established by Davenport (1950) and Republican Advance; Davenport's poetry, fiction, and political writings, including the Dignity of man (1955); and his personal life. Topics include his school years at Thacher School, Ojai, Calif., and Yale University; World War I ambulance service and work as a war correspondent during World ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence and clippings relating to the founding of American Newspaper Guild. Correspondents include Heywood Broun and Louis Howe
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, legal documents, reports, campaign materials, and clippings, relating to Rasmussen's work as an officer of International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers, and Helpers, Local 104, Seattle, Wash., and editor of 104 Reporter
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
John Collias discusses his time training and working at Gowen Field during World War II. He specifically describes his time working for the base newspaper, Gowen Field Beacon. Collias also talks about his employment at the Idaho Statesman after the war when he and his wife returned to Boise to live
Idaho State Historical Society, Idaho Oral History Center
Bob Fick talked about his memories of moving to Idaho to cover the political news in the Idaho State Capitol. Fick talked about the period from 1983 to 2006 and on the following topics: his work for the Associated Press; sitting in the JFAC (Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee) from 1983 on; the Stallings vs. Hansen congressional race in 1984; and the fire in the JFAC room in 1992. Fick also talked about how the Capitol building needed to be renovated so that it could be put to better use
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Manuscripts, printed material, scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, financial materials, legal materials, memorabilia, and audiotapes
Fisk University,-- Fisk University Library and Media Center,-- The Special Collections
Materials include correspondence, writings, news clippings, notes, notebooks of Rogers's research, various documents, photographs, awards, and his personal library -- Correspondents include Theodore Bilbo, H.L. Mencken, Charles W. Wright, Edgar Banks, Carl Murphy, M.C. Allen, George F. Brown, Helga Rogers, and James L. Shannon