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Raymond, Clifford S. (Clifford Samuel), 1875-1950



  • Existence: 1875 - 1950

Clifford Samuel Raymond (1875-1950) joined the Chicago Tribune as a reporter in 1898, shortly before the death of Joseph Medill. Until 1907 he was a reporter of activities on the state legislature in Springfield. From 1907 until his retirement in 1942, he wrote editorials for the Tribune, becoming chief editorial writer in 1939. During his lifetime, Raymond wrote many short stories and a number of books, including One of Three (1919), Clifford and John's Almanack (1921), The Men on the Dead Man's Chest (1930), The Honorable John Hale (1946), and Sad Azrael and Other Poems (1947).

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Chicago Tribune. Clifford Raymond Papers

Identifier: XI-187
Abstract Clifford Samuel Raymond (1875-1950), reporter and editorial writer for the Chicago Tribune from 1898-1942, wrote and published short stories and books. This collection consists of 14 literary manuscripts, and tear sheets of 12 published short stories.
Dates: 1910 - 1947