Guide to the Richard A. Schwarzlose (1937-2003) Papers

Collection Title: Richard A. Schwarzlose (1937-2003) Papers
Dates: 1955-2003
Identification: 16/14
Creator: Schwarzlose, Richard Allen
Extent: 34 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: Richard Schwarzlose's research interests centered on the history of the American wire service, though he also researched ethical and legal issues in journalism. The Richard Schwarzlose Papers fill thirty-one and one-half boxes and span the period 1955 to 2003. The papers are divided into six categories: approximately three and one-half boxes of biographical materials, two and one-half boxes of general correspondence, ten boxes of academic career materials, one box of professional files, one box of research files and thirteen and one-half boxes of writings, publications, and speeches.
Acquisition Information: This series is formed from the following accessions: 88-116, 89-201, 92-113, 97-167, 01-31, and 03-189.
Processing Information: Stacy Vogel; May 2, 2006.
Separated Materials: Approximately five linear feet of duplicates and extraneous materials have been discarded during the arrangement of this series. Two linear inches of photographs have been added to the University Archives photograph collection under the heading: Schwarzlose, Richard A. One badge bearing the text “PRESS ROOM” has been added to the Archives' collection of artifacts (Badges collection, accession 03-189).
Conditions Governing Access: The general correspondence and the Northwestern University administrative and teaching files may be used only with permission of the University Archivist.
Repository: Northwestern University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL, 60208-2300
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives
Email: archives@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3354

Biographical/Historical Information

Richard Allen Schwarzlose was born March 18, 1937, in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Paul and Muriel Beth Schwarzlose. He began his academic career as an assistant professor of at Purdue University before coming to Northwestern to join the faculty of Medill. Schwarzlose's research interests centered on the history of the American wire service, though he also researched ethical and legal issues in journalism. Schwarzlose remained at Medill until his death in 2003. He was often regarded as the best teacher at Medill.

Schwarzlose grew up in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, and remained there for his college education. Schwarzlose earned his bachelor of science in journalism from the University of Illinois in 1959. He then went on to earn a master's degree in political science in 1960 and a doctorate in communications in 1965 from the same school. Schwarzlose wrote his master's thesis on the topic of “Minnesota Electoral Behavior as Analyzed by ‘Significant’ Party Configurations,” while his doctoral dissertation, “The American Wire Services: A Study of Their Development as a Social Institution,” was published by Arno Press in 1979. Schwarzlose served as president of the Gamma chapter of his fraternity, Alpha Kappa Lambda, in 1959 and 1960.

While attending school, Schwarzlose worked for a local newspaper, the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, part-time during the academic year and full-time in the summers from 1955 to 1962. He spent his first year at the paper as a sports reporter and moved on to other beats and design positions in the following years. In his final year he worked as a telegraph editor. Schwarzlose took one year off from the News-Gazette in 1960-1961 to work in public relations for the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations at the University of Illinois. During 1962-1964, he supplemented his graduate education with work as a teaching assistant and instructor in basic news writing and public affairs reporting. Schwarzlose also worked in the University of Illinois' Office of Community Development during 1964-1965 as a research assistant.

Schwarzlose's academic career began with his appointment as an assistant professor in the English Department at Purdue University. He taught basic writing and reporting, mass communication history and magazine writing. He developed a print journalism program within the department and chaired the program until he left Purdue at the end of the 1967-1968 academic year.

Schwarzlose accepted appointment as an assistant professor at the Medill School of Journalism of Northwestern University in 1968. He remained at Medill until his death in 2003. In his first few years at Northwestern Schwarzlose taught reporting and editing, mass communication history, news media and society, and government and the press. Although the names would change, these were essentially the courses that he taught for the rest of his career. Schwarzlose became legendary at Northwestern for the history and issues of journalism course he taught to Medill freshmen and for the history, law and ethics of journalism (formerly government and news media) course mandated for upperclassmen. He was promoted to associate professor in 1974 and attained the rank of full professor in 1986.

Schwarzlose held many research interests but he dedicated several decades of his life to studying the history of the American wire services. He published numerous scholarly articles and research papers on the topic. His research culminated in a two-volume work published by the Northwestern University Press in 1989 and 1990 entitled The Nation's Newsbrokers. Schwarzlose also wrote a book-length bibliographic essay on the literature of newspapers, published in 1987 by Greenwood Press as Newspapers: A Reference Guide. Other research interests included the history of mass communications, press-government relations, media technology and foreign press systems. Schwarzlose applied for many fellowships and grants over the course of his career and received several, including multiple Northwestern University grants and a Haven Fellowship from the American Antiquarian Society to study the origins of the newspaper press.

In the 1980s and 1990s, as his wire service research drew to a close, Schwarzlose turned his attention to another of his passions, ethical and legal issues in journalism. He published many articles and papers on the topic and was widely considered an expert in the field. He spoke on the issue at numerous appearances throughout the country, offering advice to everyone from high- schoolers to Northwestern alumni to the local Woman's Club. Audiences especially appreciated his expertise during election years, when he analyzed topics such as “Who's Picking the Next President - You or Dan Rather?” Schwarzlose also spoke about journalism ethics at many campus events and offered ethics tutorials to members of Northwestern's Public Affairs Residential College in 1994 and Communications Residential College in 1995. At the time of his death, Schwarzlose was in the process of writing a book about media hype called Sensational News: Journalism at the Crossroads.

Schwarzlose took a special interest in the journalistic profession around the world. He traveled to Bulgaria and Yugoslavia in 1990 as part of a group examining journalism education in eastern Europe. Schwarzlose returned to Bulgaria in 1991 to conduct seminars on American journalism. He conducted similar seminars in India in 1993. Schwarzlose also worked with Northwestern and other organizations to host foreign journalists eager to learn about the American press. In recognition of these efforts he received the Doe Thornburg Volunteer of the Year Award in 1994 from the International Visitors Center of Chicago.

Schwarzlose was an active member of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), serving as chairman of its history division in 1971-1972. He frequently contributed presentations and chaired discussions at AEJMC's annual convention. Schwarzlose also published many articles in scholarly journals such as Journalism Quarterly, Journalism History and Mass Communication Review. He wrote encyclopedia articles and anthology essays on journalists and the history of journalism. Journalism Quarterly and Journalism History often asked him to judge manuscripts for publication, and Schwarzlose occasionally reviewed manuscripts and book proposals for publishers including Oxford University Press and Prentice-Hall. Book reviews with his byline appeared in Journalism Quarterly, Journalism History, American Historical Review and the San Diego Union.

As he gained experience at Medill, Schwarzlose found himself drawn more and more to administrative duties. He served on many Northwestern University and Medill committees during his career, focusing on promotions and tenure and the development of the Teaching Newspaper Program. He chaired the Medill dean's search committee in 1989 and participated in the search for another dean in 1996-1997. In 1989 he became associate dean of Medill but he preferred teaching and research and gladly gave up the post in 1993.

While he sometimes clashed with colleagues, Schwarzlose was respected by his fellow faculty and was extremely popular with students. He consistently received some of the highest course evaluation rankings in the Medill School and was recognized as a authority of the profession by both students and faculty. The Northwestern Alumni Association awarded him with its Excellence in Teaching Award in 1991; Northwestern named him a McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence in 2002.

On July 27, 1963, Schwarzlose married Sally Frye. The couple had two children: Daniel, born March 19, 1973, and Rebecca, born May 29, 1980. Schwarzlose died on June 14, 2003, at the age of 66 after suffering a massive heart attack while riding his bicycle along the Green Bay Trail in Evanston. The university held a memorial for Schwarzlose in Alice Millar Chapel in September, 2003, after students returned to campus from their summer vacations. Several hundred friends, faculty students and alumni attended the service. At the time of his death, Schwarzlose was the longest-tenured professor at Medill. The Chicago Tribune called him the “heart and soul” of Medill while the Chicago Sun-Times said he was widely regarded as the best teacher in the school. Northwestern established the Richard Schwarzlose Professorship of Media Ethics as a memorial tribute.

Scope and Content

The Richard Schwarzlose Papers fill thirty-one and one-half boxes and span the period 1955 to 2003. The papers are divided into six categories: approximately three and one-half boxes of biographical materials, two and one-half boxes of general correspondence, ten boxes of academic career materials, one box of professional files, one box of research files and thirteen and one-half boxes of writings, publications, and speeches.

The biographical materials cover Schwarzlose's education, employment and other general matters. Among the items included here are citations from awards received and publications clippings concerning or citing Schwarzlose. Also included are student papers Schwarzlose wrote while earning his B.S. degree in journalism from the University of Illinois along with correspondence, minutes and notes from a term as president of his college fraternity, Alpha Kappa Lamda. Materials relating to his graduate education, including notes and papers from various classes and his master's degree thesis and doctoral dissertation are found here. Employment information includes notes from Schwarzlose's occupational searches, files about several jobs he held during graduate school and resumes from throughout his career.

The general correspondence contains cards, letters and e-mail texts arranged in folders according to surname of correspondent or by name of organization, institution or topic. Folders are alphabetically arranged by heading or by correspondents' surnames. Items within each folder are arranged in chronological order.

The academic career materials contain a small number of files from Schwarzlose's teaching jobs at the University of Illinois and Purdue University and a larger volume relating to his employment at Northwestern University. Materials concerning Schwarzlose's Northwestern work are arranged alphabetically by topical headings with major groupings of folders in the following categories: committees, correspondence, diversity issues, fellowships and grants, international visitors and travel. Of particular interest are minutes and notes from several Medill and Northwestern committees, including information from the Medill dean's searches of 1989 and 1996-1997. The correspondence files include letters between Schwarzlose and other Northwestern professors and administrators such as Ken Bode, Loren Ghiglione, Mike Janeway and John Lavine, as well as nine folders of general correspondence chronologically arranged. The international visitors and travel files chronicle Schwarzlose's interest in freedom of the press in other countries, especially nations of the former Soviet Bloc and Yugoslavia. Teaching materials include notes, syllabi, handouts, examinations and some student work from two Northwestern residential college tutorials and several Medill undergraduate courses that Schwarzlose taught including history and issues of journalism, copy editing, and government and news media, later known as history, law and ethics of journalism. There are also several folders covering the oral history project Schwarzlose launched with some of his classes in an effort to conduct and record interviews with influential Chicago journalists.

Professional files contain information relating to Schwarzlose's work outside of Medill. One folder holds correspondence, flyers and notes relating to his membership in the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication and to that organization's annual convention. More extensive are files detailing Schwarlose's work as a reviewer and author for several publishers and publications, including Oxford University Press, Prentice-Hall, The Quill, and the San Diego Union. Finally, there are files relating to Schwarzlose's work as an editor for the World Book and for Gift O' the Sea, a history of the Rust-Oleum Corporation.

Research files reflect Schwarzlose's work in journalism ethics and on the history of the wire services. The folders relating to ethics research include correspondence and notes on the attempt to create an ethics, law and history department at Northwestern, the creation of the Medill Honor Pledge, the Northwestern University Center for Professional Ethics, and problems or situational exercises relating to ethics in journalism. One folder of correspondence concerns Schwarzlose's two-volume history of the American wire services through 1920, The Nation's Newsbrokers.

A significant volume of material relates to publications, speeches and appearances by Schwarzlose. The files include articles written for scholarly and popular publications; texts of speeches delivered before at Northwestern, alumni, civic and professional events; items pertaining to television and radio appearances; conference papers; panelist information; and books. Drafts, correspondence, reviews and related material pertaining to The Nation's Newsbrokers and to Newspapers: A Reference Guide, form a significant portion of this subseries. The manuscript of an unfinished book, Sensationalized News: Journalism at the Crossroads is also found here. Many of Schwarzlose's speeches deal with the topic of journalism ethics, focusing on issues from campaign coverage to hyped stories to freedom of the press abroad. The publications, speeches and appearances files contain not only texts of Schwarzlose's articles or speeches but often correspondence and notes concerning the engagements or publications at or through which they were presented.

Addition, Boxes 33-34

Several folders of curricular materials further documenting Schwarzlose's career as a teacher have been added to the series. The materials date from the period circa 1982-2003 and pertain largely to undergraduate and graduate courses taught at Northwestern University. Included are syllabi, examinations, notes, and course handouts relating to Medill School of Journalism courses as well as to courses offered through the Alumnae of Northwestern University and through the National High School Institute. The curricular materials are arranged in folders alphabetically by course title or by name of sponsoring organization.

Subjects

Personal Name

Schwarzlose, Richard Allen

Subjects

Journalism--United States

Press--United States


Container List / Contents

  • Biographical
    • Awards, 1991-1994Box 1, Folder 1
    • Clippings, General, 1966-2000Box 1, Folder 2
    • Clippings, “New Communication Technology and the Marketplace of Ideas”, Aug. 9, 1990Box 1, Folder 3
    • Clippings, “On the Shoulders of Schwarzlose”, n.d.Box 1, Folder 4
    • Clippings, “Press Wars,” Wall Street Journal, April 30, 1980Box 1, Folder 5
    • Curriculum Vitae, 1972-1999Box 1, Folder 6
    • Obituaries, 2003Box 1, Folder 7
    • Who's Who in the Midwest, 1994Box 1, Folder 8
    • Education: Undergraduate, 1955-1959
      • Papers: “The Story of the Art of Music”, May 17, 1957Box 1, Folder 9
      • Papers: “First Years of the Associated Press”, Jan. 15, 1958Box 1, Folder 10
      • Papers: “An Analysis of the LeRoy Journal”, May 19, 1958Box 1, Folder 11
      • Papers: “A Study of Minnesota Voting Behavior”, May 25, 1959Box 1, Folder 12
      • President of Alpha Kappa Lamda, 1959Box 1, Folder 13
    • Education: Graduate School, 1959-1965
      • Classes: Proseminar in Communications, Folder 1, 1959-1961Box 1, Folder 14
      • Classes: Proseminar in Communications, Folder 2, 1959-1961Box 2, Folder 1
      • Classes: Government and Mass Communications, Spring, 1960Box 2, Folder 2
      • Classes: Mass Communications and Pop Culture, Spring, 1960Box 2, Folder 3
      • Classes: History and Theory of Freedom of the Press, Summer, 1960Box 2, Folder 4
      • Classes: Communications and Linguistics, Fall, 1961Box 2, Folder 5
      • Classes: Research Methods in Communications, Spring, 1961Box 2, Folder 6
      • Classes: General Sociology, ca. 1961-1962Box 3, Folder 1
      • Classes: Political Economy of Communications, folder I, 1962Box 3, Folder 2
      • Classes: Political Economy of Communications, folder II, 1962Box 3, Folder 3
      • Master's Thesis, 1959-1960Box 3, Folder 4
      • PhD: Dissertation, 1960-1965Box 3, Folder 5
      • PhD: General, 1960-1965Box 3, Folder 6
      • PhD: Preliminary Examination, April 23-24, 1963Box 4, Folder 1
      • Employment
        • Job Hunting, 1962-1964Box 4, Folder 2
        • Job Hunting, 1963-1965Box 4, Folder 3
        • Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations Office of Communication DevelopmentBox 4, Folder 4
        • News-Gazette, 1955-1960Box 4, Folder 5
        • Resumes, 1966-1994Box 4, Folder 6
  • General Correspondence
    • Baldwin, Ben, 1972-1988Box 4, Folder 7
    • Barlow, Alice, 1970-1977Box 4, Folder 8
    • Bassett, Ed, 1983Box 4, Folder 9
    • Bayh, Birch, 1968Box 4, Folder 10
    • Bell, Allison (Student), 1990-1999Box 4, Folder 11
    • Blome, Georg, 1966-1971Box 4, Folder 12
    • Blum, Eleanor, 1965-1974Box 4, Folder 13
    • CBS, 1968-79Box 5, Folder 1
    • Callahan, Daniel, 1983Box 5, Folder 2
    • Carey, James, 1968-1980Box 5, Folder 3
    • Carpenter, Marjorie, 1988Box 5, Folder 4
    • Carter, John E., 1985Box 5, Folder 5
    • Center for Talent Development, 1994Box 5, Folder 6
    • Chicago Tribune, 1973Box 5, Folder 7
    • Constitutional Rights Foundation, 1989Box 5, Folder 8
    • Covert, Cathy, 1974-1982Box 5, Folder 9
    • Cuba Embargo, 1994Box 5, Folder 10
    • Energy (Letters to Government), 1977-1982Box 5, Folder 11
    • Farrar, Ron, 1985Box 5, Folder 12
    • Ford, Gerald, 1974Box 5, Folder 13
    • Free Press and Foreign Policy, 1967Box 5, Folder 14
    • Friendly, Fred, 1976Box 5, Folder 15
    • Gerber, H.E., 1968-1971Box 5, Folder 16
    • Ginsburg, Janet, 1991-1992Box 5, Folder 17
    • Haffercamp, Jack, 1995Box 5, Folder 18
    • Halleck, Charles A., 1968Box 5, Folder 19
    • Hamilton, David (Student), 2000-2001Box 5, Folder 20
    • Hartke, Vance, 1968Box 5, Folder 21
    • Illumination, 2000, 1998Box 5, Folder 22
    • Journalism History, 1980Box 5, Folder 23
    • Karras, Panayota, 1985Box 5, Folder 24
    • Knights, Peter R., 1969-1993Box 5, Folder 25
    • Liebe, Victor, 1977Box 5, Folder 26
    • Lopez-Escobar, Esteban, 1993-1995Box 5, Folder 27
    • MacDougall, Curtis D., 1975Box 5, Folder 28
    • Madigan, John, 1974Box 5, Folder 29
    • Marzolf, Marion, 1989Box 5, Folder 30
    • McGraw-Hill, 1990Box 5, Folder 31
    • Merriam-Webster, 1981Box 5, Folder 32
    • Mikva, Abner J., 1975Box 5, Folder 33
    • Militia, 1995-1996Box 5, Folder 34
    • Miscellaneous, 1966-1997Box 5, Folder 35
    • Neubauer, Mark, 1978-1979Box 5, Folder 36
    • Nielson Ratings, 1966Box 5, Folder 37
    • Overholser, Geneva, 1977Box 5, Folder 38
    • Percy, Charles, 1974-1977Box 5, Folder 39
    • Reilly, Tom, 1976-1979Box 5, Folder 40
    • Schiller, Herbert, 1964Box 5, Folder 41
    • Schreiber, Mark, 1990Box 6, Folder 1
    • Schulte, Henry F., 1964-1970Box 6, Folder 2
    • Schwartzlose, Richard A., 1980Box 6, Folder 3
    • Siebert, Fred, 1973-1978Box 6, Folder 4
    • Simon, Paul, 1986Box 6, Folder 5
    • Stevenson, Adlai, 1974Box 6, Folder 6
    • Stuart, Barbara, 1994Box 6, Folder 7
    • Taglia, John, 2003Box 6, Folder 8
    • Time Magazine, 1975-1979Box 6, Folder 9
    • Typography Contest, 1976-1977Box 6, Folder 10
    • WBBM-TV, 1976Box 6, Folder 11
    • WLS-TV, 1978Box 6, Folder 12
    • Yamashita, Elizabeth, 1986-1989Box 6, Folder 13
    • Yodelis, Mary Ann, 1975Box 6, Folder 14
  • Academic Career
    • University of Illinois
      • University of Illinois: Journalism Teaching Assistant and Instructor, 1962-1964Box 6, Folder 15
    • Purdue University
      • Purdue, 1965-1966Box 6, Folder 16
      • Purdue, 1966-1967Box 6, Folder 17
      • Purdue, 1967-1968Box 7, Folder 1
    • Northwestern University: Administrative
      • Accelerated Master's Program, 1986-1992Box 7, Folder 2
      • Accreditation, pre-1982Box 7, Folder 3
      • Accreditation, 1982Box 7, Folder 4
      • Accreditation, 1987Box 7, Folder 5
      • APHA, 1989-1990Box 7, Folder 6
      • Conflict of Interest, 1993-1997Box 10, Folder 1
      • Faculty Meetings (Teaching Faculty), 1979-1980Box 12, Folder 1
      • Faculty Retreat, June 11, 1995Box 12, Folder 2
      • Faculty Retreat, Sept. 19, 2002Box 12, Folder 3
      • Lake Bluff Teaching Conference, 1993Box 13, Folder 3
      • Leave of Absence, 1988-1989Box 13, Folder 4
      • McCormick Professorship of Teaching Excellence, 2000-2002Box 13, Folder 5
      • Midwest Regional Conference of Journalism and Mass Communications Historians, 1973-1990Box 13, Folder 6
      • Northwestern Chronicle, 1998Box 13, Folder 7
      • Notes, ca. 1995-2003Box 13, Folder 8
      • Privacy and the Press Workshop, Nov. 3, 1978Box 13, Folder 9
      • Program Review, 1986Box 13, Folder 10
      • Program Review, 1990-1991Box 13, Folder 11
      • Promotion, 1980-1991Box 14, Folder 1
      • Research Support, 1966-1996Box 14, Folder 2
      • Resource Center, 1993-2002Box 14, Folder 3
      • Technology at Medill, 1971-1972Box 14, Folder 4
      • Committees
        • Council on Undergraduate Studies, 1979-1980Box 8, Folder 1
        • Course and Teacher Evaluation Council, 1976-1979Box 8, Folder 2
        • Curriculum, 1995-1999Box 8, Folder 3
        • Dean's Search, Sept., 1988-March, 1989Box 8, Folder 4
        • Dean's Search, April, 1989-Dec., 1989Box 8, Folder 5
        • Dean's Search, Candidates, 1996-1997Box 8, Folder 6
        • Dean's Search, Correspondence, 1996-1997Box 9, Folder 1
        • Norris University Center, 1996-1999Box 9, Folder 2
        • Parking and Traffic, 1983-1987Box 9, Folder 3
        • Promotions and Tenure, 1979-1987Box 9, Folder 4
        • Promotions and Tenure, 1987-1991Box 9, Folder 5
        • Promotions and Tenure, 1991-Box 9, Folder 6
        • Promotions Standards for Clinical Faculty, 1999Box 9, Folder 7
        • Teaching Newspaper, 1976-1978Box 9, Folder 8
        • University Faculty, Reappointment, Promotion, Tenure and Dismissal Appeals Panel, 1995-1997Box 9, Folder 9
      • Correspondence
        • Bode, Ken, 2001-2003Box 10, Folder 2
        • Chere, Tom, 2001Box 10, Folder 3
        • Donner, Rachel (Student), 1995Box 10, Folder 4
        • General, 1968-1974Box 10, Folder 5
        • General, 1974-1978Box 10, Folder 6
        • General, 1978-1979Box 10, Folder 7
        • General, 1979-1983Box 10, Folder 8
        • General, 1983-1986Box 10, Folder 9
        • General, 1986-1988Box 10, Folder 10
        • General, 1988-1990Box 11, Folder 1
        • General, 1990-1991Box 11, Folder 2
        • General, 1992-Box 11, Folder 3
        • Ghiliogne, Loren, 2001Box 11, Folder 4
        • Irons, Bill, 1998Box 11, Folder 5
        • Janeway, Mike, 1989-1993Box 11, Folder 6
        • Lavine, John, 1989-1998Box 11, Folder 7
        • Newberry Lyceum, 1994Box 11, Folder 8
        • Prato, Lou, 1992-1993Box 11, Folder 9
      • Diversity
        • Academy for Future Journalists, 1988-1990Box 11, Folder 10
        • Cultural Diversity Meeting, Feb. 24, 1992Box 11, Folder 11
        • Diversity Conference, Nov. 6, 1999Box 11, Folder 12
        • General, 1990-1995Box 11, Folder 13
        • Teaching About Race (Searle), 1994Box 11, Folder 14
      • Fellowships / Grants
        • American Antiquarian Society Grant, 1984Box 12, Folder 4
        • General, 1973, 1984Box 12, Folder 5
        • National Endowment for the Humanities, 1986-1987Box 12, Folder 6
        • Newberry Library, 1985Box 12, Folder 7
        • Northwestern University, 1968-1969Box 12, Folder 8
        • Northwestern University, 1972Box 12, Folder 9
        • Northwestern University, 1984-1985Box 12, Folder 10
        • Northwestern University, 1987Box 12, Folder 11
        • Grade Inflation, 1988-1989Box 12, Folder 12
      • International Visitors
        • Bulgarian Journalists, 1991Box 12, Folder 13
        • Croat Journalists, 2000Box 12, Folder 14
        • Eastern European Journalist Training, 1990-1991Box 12, Folder 15
        • International Visitors, 1990-1993Box 12, Folder 16
        • International Visitors, 1994-1997Box 13, Folder 1
        • Polish Broadcasters, 1990Box 13, Folder 2
      • Travel
        • Alumni Association Trips, 1993-1994Box 14, Folder 5
        • Bulgaria, General, 1990-1994Box 14, Folder 6
        • Bulgaria and Yugoslavia, Sept., 1990Box 14, Folder 7
        • Bulgaria, March 1991Box 14, Folder 8
        • CRC Cantigny trip, Oct. 28, 1995Box 14, Folder 9
        • India, Sept., 1993Box 14, Folder 10
        • General, 1990-1992Box 14, Folder 11
        • Teaching Newspaper: Lafayette, Fall, 1976Box 14, Folder 12
        • Teaching Newspaper: Huntingdon and Macon, Winter, 1977Box 14, Folder 13
        • Teaching Newspaper: Dubuque, Spring, 1977Box 14, Folder 14
        • University College, 1988-1999Box 14, Folder 15
    • Northwestern University: Teaching
      • Alumnae Continuing Education: Changing Media, Spring, 1994Box 15, Folder 1
      • Alumnae Continuing Education: Searching for Journalism Ethics, Spring, 1996Box 15, Folder 2
      • CAS General Studies: C80 - PARC Tutorial, Spring, 1994Box 15, Folder 3
      • CAS General Studies: C80 - CRC Tutorial, Fall, 1995Box 15, Folder 4
      • Class Handouts and Notes, 1978-1993Box 15, Folder 5
      • Class Lists / Correspondence, 2001-2003Box 15, Folder 6
      • Graduate Student Lists, 2001-2002Box 15, Folder 7
      • Medill Undergraduate Courses
        • A02: History of Journalism, 1968-1977Box 15, Folder 8
        • B02: History of Mass Communications, 1974-1987Box 15, Folder 9
        • B02: History and Issues of Journalism, 1997-2001Box 15, Folder 10
        • C04: History of Mass Communications, 1987-1997Box 15, Folder 11
        • C21: Copy Editing, 1969-1974Box 16, Folder 1
        • C22: News Media and Society, 1972-1982Box 16, Folder 2
        • C26: Issues in Journalism, 1995Box 16, Folder 3
        • D01: Newspaper Editorial Operations, 1971-1976Box 16, Folder 4
        • D20: Government and News Media (History, Law and Ethics): Handouts, Notes (1), 1969-2000Box 16, Folder 5
        • D20: Government and News Media (History, Law and Ethics): Handouts, Notes (2), 1969-2000Box 16, Folder 6
        • D20: Government and News Media (History, Law and Ethics): Syllabi, 1969-2000Box 16, Folder 7
        • D27: Topics in Communication History, 1972-1979Box 16, Folder 8
      • Oral History Project
        • General Information, ca. 1973-1987Box 17, Folder 1
        • Interviews: Baldwin, Ben, 1984Box 17, Folder 2
        • Interviews: General: Association for Education in Journalism, 1970, n.d.Box 17, Folder 3
        • Interviews: Krieghbaum, Hillier, 1980, n.d.Box 17, Folder 4
        • Interviews: MacDougall, Curtis, 1970Box 17, Folder 5
        • Interviews: Siebert, Fred S., 1978-1979Box 17, Folder 6
  • Professional
    • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 1993-2000Box 17, Folder 7
    • Book Reviewing
      • Addison Wesley Longman: American Datelines, 1997Box 17, Folder 8
      • Addison Wesley Longman: Newsmakers: The Press and the President, 1973Box 17, Folder 9
      • American Historical Review, 1977-1987Box 17, Folder 10
      • Journalism History, 1977-1987Box 17, Folder 11
      • Journalism Quarterly, 1979-1986Box 17, Folder 12
      • Oxford University Press: Great American Journalists: An Anthology, 1976Box 17, Folder 13
      • Oxford University Press: The Watergate Story: Reportage and Opinion, 1977Box 17, Folder 14
      • Prentice-Hall: Contemporary Newspaper Design, 1979Box 17, Folder 15
      • Prentice-Hall: Copy Reading and News Editing, 1973Box 17, Folder 16
      • Prentice-Hall: Press and America, Third Edition, 1971Box 17, Folder 17
      • Prentice-Hall: Press and America, Fourth Edition, 1982Box 17, Folder 18
      • Princeton University Press: News in the Media, 1987Box 17, Folder 19
      • The Quill, 1973-1975Box 17, Folder 20
      • San Diego Union, 1979-1986Box 17, Folder 21
    • Editing
      • Gift O' the Sea (Rust-Oleum History), 1971Box 18, Folder 1
      • World Book, 1981-1999Box 18, Folder 2
  • Research
    • Ethics
      • Ethics at Medill, 1998-2003Box 18, Folder 3
      • Ethics in Journalism Award, 1996Box 18, Folder 4
      • Ethics, Law and History Department, 1997-2002Box 18, Folder 5
      • Ethics Panel, April 17, 1996Box 18, Folder 6
      • Ethics Programs, Spring, 1999Box 18, Folder 7
      • General, 1978, n.d.Box 18, Folder 8
      • Journalism Ethics Project Proposal, 1989Box 18, Folder 9
      • Medill Honor Pledge, 2001Box 18, Folder 10
      • Medill Policy on Academic Integrity, 1990-1993Box 18, Folder 11
      • Newspaper Photojournalism: Making Ethics Count, Spring, 1998Box 18, Folder 12
      • Northwestern University Center for Professional Ethics, 1991Box 18, Folder 13
      • Project on Legislative Ethics and the Media Proposal, 1982Box 18, Folder 14
      • Sexual Harassment on Teaching Media, 1990-1996Box 18, Folder 15
    • Wire Service / UPI History
      • Correspondence, 1975-1996Box 18, Folder 16
  • Publications, Speeches, Appearances
    • AEJMC Panel, Aug. 9, 2002Box 19, Folder 1
    • American Antiquarian Society, Nov. 1-3, 1984Box 19, Folder 2
    • “American Wire Services: A Study of their Development as a Social Institution”, 1979Box 19, Folder 3
    • American National Biography Entries, 1996Box 19, Folder 4
    • “AP's Board of Directors: A Preliminary Study” AEJ Convention, Aug. 18-21, 1974Box 19, Folder 5
    • “AP's Board of Directors: A Study in Journalistic Power”, 1974Box 19, Folder 6
    • “AP's Board of Directors” Monograph, 1975-1976Box 19, Folder 7
    • “Are the Media Too Powerful?” Associate Luncheon, Sept. 13, 1978Box 19, Folder 8
    • Author Meets the Critics: Conflict of Interest in the Professions, Mar. 1, 2002Box 19, Folder 9
    • Baillie and Cooper Entries, American Newspaper Journalists, 1984Box 19, Folder 10
    • “Barriers between the Press and the Government,” North Shore WICI, March 21, 1990Box 19, Folder 11
    • Biographical Dictionary of American Journalists Entries, 1989Box 19, Folder 12
    • Building the News Network,” ASNE History of Newspapers, 1990Box 19, Folder 13
    • “Bulgaria and Yugoslavia - Free Press in Eastern Europe”, Jan. 16, 1991Box 19, Folder 14
    • “Cable Professionalism: An Overview”, n.d.Box 20, Folder 1
    • “Campaign Coverage,” Northwestern University Club Speeches, 1992Box 20, Folder 2
    • “Campaign 1992: On the Ethics Trail”, Feb. 6, 1992Box 20, Folder 3
    • “Case Studies and Media Artifacts in the Journalism and Mass Communication Classroom” Panel, Aug. 5, 2001Box 20, Folder 4
    • Chairman's Message, History Division, Aug. 21, 1972Box 20, Folder 5
    • Chicago Headline Club Discussion, Feb. 16, 1984Box 20, Folder 6
    • “Chicago Media Ethics”, Nov. 21, 2002Box 20, Folder 7
    • Chicago Society of Business Press Editors, n.d.Box 20, Folder 8
    • “Citizen Kentucky: Democracy and the Media”, April 12, 2001Box 20, Folder 9
    • “Commentary Corner,” Advertising Age, Nov. 23, 1981Box 20, Folder 10
    • “Conflict at NU: The ‘Dirty Linen’ Syndrome,” Quaecumque, Winter 1980Box 20, Folder 11
    • “Confronting the Crisis in Journalism Ethics”, Feb. 8, 1998Box 20, Folder 12
    • “Consumer's Guide to News Media,” Continuing Education Seminar, May 21, 1994Box 20, Folder 13
    • “A Conversation with Fred S. Siebert,” Journalism History, Winter 1979Box 20, Folder 14
    • “Cooperative News Gathering,” American Journalism, 2002Box 20, Folder 15
    • “Copy Desk Dynamics,” Journalism Educator, Oct. 1974Box 20, Folder 16
    • Craig, Daniel, Entry in American Newspaper Journalism, 1985Box 20, Folder 17
    • “Crossed Paths: The Dowaliby Case and the News Media”, May 27, 1993Box 20, Folder 18
    • Cross-media Seminar, 1997-1998Box 20, Folder 19
    • “Defining the Boundary of Professional Practice”, 1999Box 20, Folder 20
    • “Development of Free Press and Speech in U.S. History”, April 18, 1989Box 20, Folder 21
    • Dietz, David, Interview, May, 1967Box 20, Folder 22
    • “The Dilemma of Journalism Education”, March 31, 1979Box 20, Folder 23
    • “The Dilemma of Journalism Education,” Mass Communication Review, Fall, 1979Box 20, Folder 24
    • Early Articles: Quill, Logos, Purdue Alumnus, 1959-1965Box 20, Folder 25
    • “Early Mechanization of Newspaper Printing,” APHA, Oct. 8, 1990Box 20, Folder 26
    • “Early Telegraphic News Dispatches: The Forerunner of the AP,” AEJ, Aug., 1973Box 21, Folder 1
    • “Early Telegraphic News Dispatches: The Forerunner of the AP,” Journalism Quarterly, Winter, 1974Box 21, Folder 2
    • An Editor, An Educator and an Attorney, Mallinckrodt College, Sept. 29, 1975Box 21, Folder 3
    • Emerging Leaders Conference, Keynote Speech, Oct. 15, 1998Box 21, Folder 4
    • “Encouraging Cross-curriculum Teaching of Journalism Ethics”, Oct., 2000Box 21, Folder 5
    • “The Endless Search for Journalism Ethics”, Nov. 11, 1995Box 21, Folder 6
    • “Ethics for Everyone?” Medill Alumni Speech, Jan. 30, 2001Box 21, Folder 7
    • Ethics Lecture, Basic Writing Class, Oct. 26, 1993Box 21, Folder 8
    • “Ethics of Journalists: Fact or Fiction?” Evening with the School, Sept. 1991Box 21, Folder 9
    • “Ethics of Journalists? Outstanding or Outrageous?” Speeches, 1988-89Box 21, Folder 10
    • “Extension 720” Appearance, Oct. 17, 1975Box 21, Folder 11
    • Firesides, 1994-2003Box 21, Folder 12
    • “First Amendment: A Journalist's Guide to Freedom of Speech” Panel, American Bar Association, Feb. 24, 1991Box 21, Folder 13
    • “First Amendment and the Outrageous Web Page,” Modes of Writing Class, May 22, 1996Box 21, Folder 14
    • “First Things First,” AEJ History Division, April, 1975Box 21, Folder 15
    • “First Things First: A Proposal,” Journalism History, Summer, 1975Box 21, Folder 16
    • “The Foreign Connection: Transatlantic Newspapers in the 1840s,” Journalism History, Fall/Winter, 1983Box 21, Folder 17
    • “For Journalists Only?” Columbia Journalism Review, July/Aug., 1977Box 21, Folder 18
    • “Freedom of Expression: Past, Present and Future,” Williamsburg, April 5-7, 1991Box 22, Folder 1
    • Freedom of Information Seminar, Headline Club, April 19, 1980Box 22, Folder 2
    • “Freedom of the Press in Eastern Europe,” NAA, April 13, 1991Box 22, Folder 3
    • “Freedom of the Press in Eastern Europe,” NAA Cruise on the Elbe, Oct. 8-21, 1992Box 22, Folder 4
    • “Freedom Speaks,” PBS, Jan. 23, 1998Box 22, Folder 5
    • Future of Journalism Conference, Chicago Headline Club, April 9, 1999Box 22, Folder 6
    • “Future of News,” Wilson Center, May 11, 1989Box 22, Folder 7
    • Future of News, Chapter on Wire Service, Wilson Center, 1992Box 22, Folder 8
    • “The Future of the News Media,” Women in Communications, Feb. 21, 1980Box 22, Folder 9
    • “The Grand Tour: On the Road to Passable Pedagogy,” Journalism History, Fall, 1981Box 22, Folder 10
    • “Harbor News Association: Formal Origin of the AP,” Journalism Quarterly, Summer, 1968Box 22, Folder 11
    • “Hart and the Media,” Newsfeed, Dec., 1986Box 22, Folder 12
    • “Has Journalism Lost its Standard?” Twin Cities Alumni Club, March 22, 2001Box 22, Folder 13
    • High School Journalism Day, April 5, 2002Box 22, Folder 14
    • “Historical Dynamics of Technology and Social Values,” AEJ, March 18, 1983Box 22, Folder 15
    • “Historical Dynamics of Technology and Social Values” (Essay), 1987Box 22, Folder 16
    • Historical Sketches of Chicago Newspapers, 1978-1983Box 22, Folder 17
    • “History and Headlines of the Last 75 Years,” NU Day, Oct. 23, 1996; and University Guild, Feb. 3, 1997Box 22, Folder 18
    • History Division Discussant, AEJMC, Aug., 1994Box 22, Folder 19
    • History of Mass Media Encyclopedia Articles, 1998Box 22, Folder 20
    • “History of Political Campaigns,” Alumni Class, Sept. 26, 2000Box 22, Folder 21
    • “In or Out in the Newsroom?” Rainbow Week Panel, May 22, 2002Box 22, Folder 22
    • “Issues of Journalism,” Michigan State, Feb. 15, 1999Box 22, Folder 23
    • “J-History Students Like Oral Project; Society Gains Too,” Journalism Educator, April, 1979Box 22, Folder 24
    • “Journalism at Crossroads”, May 6, 2003Box 23, Folder 1
    • Journalism Ethics, Class Presentation, Jan. 18, 1993Box 23, Folder 2
    • “Journalism Ethics,” Cherubs Speech, July 13, 1998Box 23, Folder 3
    • “Journalism Ethics: A Cause in Search of Support,” NAA Seminar Day, April 7, 1979Box 23, Folder 4
    • “Journalism Ethics: Myth or Reality?” Continuing Education Seminar, Feb. 2, 1978Box 23, Folder 5
    • “Journalism on the Internet,” CRC Lunch with a Professor, Sept. 17, 1996Box 23, Folder 6
    • “Journalism's Impact on Society,” NU Alumni Clubs, 1993-1995Box 23, Folder 7
    • “Journalistic Judgments in the News,” Friday Club, Nov. 17, 1995Box 23, Folder 8
    • “Journalistic Professionalism: Is It an Oxymoron?” Phoenix, Nov. 14, 2001Box 23, Folder 9
    • “Journalists' Current Ethical Dilemmas,” Seminar Day, April 26, 2003Box 23, Folder 10
    • “Journalists in the Revolution,” SPJ/SDX Convention, 1975Box 23, Folder 11
    • “Journey Through the All-Too-Real World of Chicago Media,” Humanities Fireside, 1986Box 23, Folder 12
    • Junior Statesman Program, July 16, 1998Box 23, Folder 13
    • Junior Statesman Program, June 30, 1999Box 23, Folder 14
    • “Legislative Ethics and the Media: Historical Perspective,” Hastings Center, June 2, 1983Box 23, Folder 15
    • “The Liverpool Connection: Transatlantic Newspapers in the 1840s,” AEJ Convention, Aug. 11, 1980Box 23, Folder 16
    • “The Marketplace of Ideas: A Measure of Free Expression,” IL Volume, 1978Box 23, Folder 17
    • “The Marketplace of Ideas,” Journalism Monograph, 1989Box 23, Folder 18
    • “Media and Society,” Niles North High School, March 23, 1998Box 23, Folder 19
    • “Media Coverage Since 9/11,” Northwestern University Club of Columbus, Nov. 23, 2002Box 23, Folder 20
    • Medill Alumni Club of Southern California, July 17, 1999Box 23, Folder 21
    • Medill Colloquium, Nov. 6, 2002Box 23, Folder 22
    • “Men Obscure in History Helped Develop Nation's All-important Wire Services,” Publisher's Auxilary,, Oct. 25, 1975Box 23, Folder 23
    • “The Nation's First Wire Service: Evidence Supporting a Footnote,” AEJ Convention, Aug. 7, 1979Box 23, Folder 24
    • “The Nation's First Wire Service: Evidence Supporting a Footnote,” Journalism Quarterly, Winter, 1980Box 24, Folder 1
    • “New Marketplace: A Perspective on Freedom of Expression”, Aug., 1977Box 27, Folder 6
    • “News and News Reporting”, n.d.Box 27, Folder 7
    • News-Gazette Clippings (I), 1955-1960Box 27, Folder 8
    • News-Gazette Clippings (II), 1955-1960Box 27, Folder 9
    • News-Gazette Clippings (III), 1955-1960Box 28, Folder 1
    • News-Gazette Clippings (IV), 1955-1960Box 28, Folder 2
    • “Newspaper Archives,” Critical Studies in Mass Communication, March, 1984Box 28, Folder 3
    • “Newspapers,” Concise Handbook of American Popular Culture, 1982Box 28, Folder 4
    • “Newspapers,” Handbook of American Popular Culture, Vol. III, 1981Box 28, Folder 5
    • “Newspapers,” Handbook of American Popular Culture, 1989Box 28, Folder 6
    • “Newspapers as Genealogical Sources”, March 26, 1977Box 29, Folder 7
    • “Newspapers in John Wing's World,” The Chicago Diaries of John M. WingBox 29, Folder 8
    • “Newspapers Today and Tomorrow”, May 26, 1992Box 29, Folder 9
    • “19th-century Front Pages”, July 22, 1993Box 29, Folder 10
    • “Nixon vs. the Press - Who Won?” Alumni-Faculty Seminar Day, Apr 26, 1975Box 29, Folder 11
    • “Notes on a Reconstructed News Report”, n.d.Box 29, Folder 12
    • NU Club Speeches: General, 1988-1995Box 29, Folder 13
    • NU Overnight Speech, Nov. 19, 1978Box 29, Folder 14
    • “On the History of the Free Press,” Free Expression Conference, Dec. 15, 1988Box 29, Folder 15
    • Oral History Panel, AEJMC Convention, 1998Box 29, Folder 16
    • Parker School Guest Speech, April 27, 2001Box 29, Folder 17
    • “Perspectives in America: Changes in Culture and Society”, Oct. 16, 1999Box 29, Folder 18
    • Placement Conference, Dec. 8, 1976Box 29, Folder 19
    • “The Place of Media”, Feb. 28, 1989Box 30, Folder 1
    • “A Plea From Amid the Letter es,” Journalism History, Summer, 1974Box 30, Folder 2
    • “Press and Government Relations,” Homecoming Speech, Oct. 25, 2002Box 30, Folder 3
    • “Press Barons,” WGN Radio, June 15, 2000Box 30, Folder 4
    • “Press Freedom in Bulgaria and Yugoslavia”, 1991Box 30, Folder 5
    • “The Press: Political Observer or Participant?”, March 13, 1990Box 30, Folder 6
    • “Press, Politics and the '92 Campaign”, 1992Box 30, Folder 7
    • “Press, Society and Government,” Associates Luncheon, April 4, 1974Box 30, Folder 8
    • “Press vs. Government: A Growing Conflict”, March 24, 1973Box 30, Folder 9
    • Privacy Lecture, D35, 1989-1997Box 30, Folder 10
    • “Professional Ethics: A Case Study,” NU Day, 1985Box 30, Folder 11
    • “Public Affairs and the Media,” Institute for Learning in Retirement, Oct. 20, 1999Box 30, Folder 12
    • “Public's Right to Know Is More Important Than the Candidate's Right to Privacy” Debate, April 14, 1988Box 30, Folder 13
    • “Pushing the Limits: A Panel on the Ethics of Journalism”, Oct. 27, 1999Box 30, Folder 14
    • “Re-evaluating Siebert's Second Proposition for the 21st Century”, 2002Box 30, Folder 15
    • Reviewing Stand, Oct. 8, 1978Box 30, Folder 16
    • “The Right to Know…What?”, Oct. 14, 1976Box 30, Folder 17
    • RTNDA, Sept. 25, 1998Box 30, Folder 18
    • “Rules for the Playing Field: Freedom in the Age of Social Responsibility”, Dec. 9, 1999Box 30, Folder 19
    • Sensational News: Journalism at the Crossroads (unpublished), n.d.Box 30, Folder 20
    • “Sketch of the Professional Master's Programs of Medill” Panel, Dec. 1, 1995Box 30, Folder 21
    • “Socratic Dialogue on the Question of Journalism Ethics”, June, 1984Box 30, Folder 22
    • “Socratic Method Adds Zest to Ethics, Law Classes,” Journalism Educator, April, 1978Box 31, Folder 1
    • “Socratic Method in Journalism,” AEJ Convention, Aug., 1977Box 31, Folder 2
    • Soeteber, Ellen, Introductory Speech, April 28, 2003Box 31, Folder 3
    • SPJ Hypothetical Debate, Nov. 6, 2001Box 31, Folder 4
    • “Stalking the Elusive Ethics of Journalism”, May 23-25, 1986Box 31, Folder 5
    • “Taking Stock: Practical and Professional Ethics in the 21st Century”, March 4, 2001Box 31, Folder 6
    • “Technological Tension: Communication-Transportation Innovation and Realignment, 1918-1941”, Oct., 1991Box 31, Folder 7
    • “Technology and the Individual,” News Media Between the Wars, 1984Box 31, Folder 8
    • “Technology and the Media: Realignment in the Marketplace”, Oct. 31, 1981Box 31, Folder 9
    • “Transportation and Communication: A Historical Perspective”, Sept. 19, 1985Box 31, Folder 10
    • “Trends in U.S. Newspapers' Wire Service Resources, 1934-66,” Journalism Quarterly, Winter, 1966Box 31, Folder 11
    • “Truth, Lies and Videotape: The Battle Over News in This War,” Portland NU Club, March 14, 2002Box 32, Folder 1
    • Unidentified Manuscripts, n.d.Box 32, Folder 2
    • University of Chicago, March 2, 1999Box 32, Folder 3
    • “When Processes Collide,” Journal of Mass Media Ethics, Jan., 1998Box 32, Folder 4
    • “When Your Company is Sued: Avoiding and/or Putting Out Media Wildfires”, Sept. 18, 1997Box 32, Folder 5
    • “Who's Picking the Next President?” Alumni Association Speeches, 1988Box 32, Folder 6
    • “Why Do Journalists Do That?” Evanston Public Library (South Branch), March 24, 1997Box 32, Folder 7
    • “Wire Services,” Guest Lecture, April 16, 1991Box 32, Folder 8
    • Woman's Club Appearances, 1997-1998Box 32, Folder 9
    • World Press Institute, 1984-1987Box 32, Folder 10
    • “Yellow Journalism and Teddy Roosevelt,” General Learning Video, 2001Box 32, Folder 11
    • Nation's Newsbrokers (1989)
      • Correspondence: General, 1962-1997Box 24, Folder 2
      • Correspondence: Northwestern University Press, 1986-1993Box 24, Folder 3
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 1, Preface-Chapter 2Box 24, Folder 4
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 1, Chapters 3-5Box 24, Folder 5
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 1, Chapters 6-7Box 24, Folder 6
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 1, Chapter 8Box 25, Folder 1
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 1, Chapters 9-10Box 25, Folder 2
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 1, Chapter 11Box 25, Folder 3
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 2, Preface-Chapter 2Box 25, Folder 4
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 2, Chapters 3-4Box 25, Folder 5
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 2, Chapters 4-5Box 25, Folder 6
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 2, Chapters 6-7Box 25, Folder 7
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 2, Chapter 7 and BibliographyBox 26, Folder 1
      • Manuscript: Vol. I, Draft 2, BibliographyBox 26, Folder 2
      • Manuscript: Vol. II, Chapters 1-2Box 26, Folder 3
      • Manuscript: Vol. II, Chapters 3-5Box 26, Folder 4
      • Manuscript: Vol. II, Chapter 5-IndexBox 26, Folder 5
      • New York Times Author's Query, 1970-1975Box 26, Folder 6
      • Permissions, 1988-1990Box 26, Folder 7
      • Proofs: Vol. I, Preface-p. 131Box 26, Folder 8
      • Proofs: Vol. I, pp. 132-267Box 27, Folder 1
      • Proofs: Vol. I, pp. 268-356Box 27, Folder 2
      • Proofs: Vol. II, Preface-p. 160Box 27, Folder 3
      • Proofs: Vol. II, pp. 161-353Box 27, Folder 4
      • Reviews and Catalogues, 1989-1992Box 27, Folder 5
    • Newspapers: A Reference Guide (1988)
      • Correspondence, 1982-1995Box 28, Folder 7
      • Manuscript: Introduction-Chapter 1Box 28, Folder 8
      • Manuscript: Chapters 2-3Box 29, Folder 1
      • Manuscript: Chapter 4Box 29, Folder 2
      • Manuscript: Chapters 5-6Box 29, Folder 3
      • Manuscript: Chapters 7-8, AppendixBox 29, Folder 4
      • Proposed Sequel, 1996Box 29, Folder 5
      • Reviews and Catalogues, 1987-1988Box 29, Folder 6
  • Addition
      Separated materials:  Approximately fourteen linear inches of duplicate materials have been discarded. Scope and Contents: Several folders of curricular materials further documenting Schwarzlose's career as a teacher have been added to the series. The materials date from the period circa 1982-2003 and pertain largely to undergraduate and graduate courses taught at Northwestern University. Included are syllabi, examinations, notes, and course handouts relating to Medill School of Journalism courses as well as to courses offered through the Alumnae of Northwestern University and through the National High School Institute. The curricular materials are arranged in folders alphabetically by course title or by name of sponsoring organization.
    • Curricular Materials
      • Alumnae of Northwestern Courses, 1994-1996Box 33, Folder 1
      • Alumnae of Northwestern Course, Fall, 1999Box 33, Folder 2
      • Alumnae of Northwestern Course, Winter, 2003Box 33, Folder 3
      • The Culture, Law and Issues of the News Media (D20), Summer, 1998Box 33, Folder 4
      • Ethics, Law and History of Journalism (401), Summer, 2001Box 33, Folder 5
      • Ethics and Law of Journalism (401), Summer, 2002Box 33, Folder 6
      • Ethics and Law of Journalism (401), Fall, 2002Box 33, Folder 7
      • Government and the News Media (D20), ca. 1982-2002Box 33, Folder 8
      • Government and the News Media (D20), ca. 1990sBox 33, Folder 9
      • Government and the News Media (401), Fall, 2001Box 33, Folder 10
      • Government and the News Media (401), Winter, 2002Box 33, Folder 11
      • Government and the News Media (D20): Midterm Examinations, 1994Box 33, Folder 12
      • Government and the News Media (D20): Final Examinations, 1994Box 33, Folder 13
      • Government and the News Media (D20): Readings and Handouts, 1990s-2000sBox 34, Folder 1
      • History and Issues of Journalism, Fall, 2000Box 34, Folder 2
      • History and Issues of Journalism (202), Spring, 2003Box 34, Folder 3
      • History, Law and Ethics of Journalism (D20), Summer, 1999Box 34, Folder 4
      • History of Mass Communications (c03), Spring, 1997Box 34, Folder 5
      • Junior Statesmen Foundation: Junior Statesmen Summer School, 2000Box 34, Folder 6
      • National High School Institute, 1995-1998Box 34, Folder 7
      • National High School Institute, 1999Box 34, Folder 8
      • National High School Institute, 2000-2002Box 34, Folder 9
      • University College: Journalism and the Individual (D05), Spring, 1996Box 34, Folder 10