Chicago Tribune. George de Huszar Papers, 1949-1954
Scope and Contents
George B. de Huszar's association with the Chicago Tribune began in the late 1940s. This collection of his papers falls into two parts. First, two folders of his correspondence with Chicago Tribune business manager E.M. Antrim and attorney Howard Ellis and others. Second, a carbon typescript of five chapters of a work labeled on the outside "George de Huszar's Book" and on the inside "The Press from 1750 to 1830 and Today" and "The Press: Yesterday and Today."
- 1949 - 1954
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Language of Materials
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."
The arrangement of the material was completed prior to receiving collection from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Received from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, Chicago Tribune Company, and Nexstar Media Group on January 10, 2020, accession #SPEC-2020-1.
- Guide to the Chicago Tribune, George de Huszar Papers, 1949-1954
- Lee Major, December 10, 1975; encoded by Sigrid P. Perry March 20, 2020
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