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Huszar, George B. de (George Bernard), 1919-1968

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1919 - 1968

George B. de (George Bernard) Huszar (1919-1968) was born in Bern, Switzerland and became a naturalized citizen of the United States after immigrating in 1937. He was connected with the University of Chicago from 1939 to 1948 as a research assistant and then a fellow of the Department of Political Science and the Committee of International Relations. During this period he also worked in various editorial capacities in Chicago and authored or co-authored books and textbooks on international issues. His association with the Chicago Tribune began in the late 1940s with his work as a research assistant on Frank Hughes's book, Prejudice and the Press (New York: Devin-Adair, 1950), a counterattack to the 1947 report of the Hutchins-Luce commission on Freedom of the Press.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Chicago Tribune. George de Huszar Papers, 1949-1954

 Record Group — Box: 1
Identifier: XI-185
Abstract George B. de Huszar's association with the Chicago Tribune began in the late 1940s. This collection of his papers includes correspondence with Tribune business manager E.M. Antrim and attorney Howard Ellis, as well as chapters of an untitled work on "The Press from 1750 to 1830 and Today" and "The Press: Yesterday and Today."
Dates: 1949 - 1954