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The rules and regulations, instructions, standards, rates, etc., 1925-1968, of the Chicago Tribune Advertising Department. The material is in the form of memos, letters, cards, and other printed matter
This small collection consists of plans drawn up by Charles W. Townsley for the reorganization in 1910 of the Advertisting Department and several other departments of the Tribune Company
This collection consists of promotional materials sent by the Chicago Tribune to distributors, newsdealers and carriers from 1921 to 1939. The collection includes mimeographed letters and notices, advertisements, posters, circulars, leaflects, advertisements, and circulation figures
This collection of Chicago Tribune Editorial Department papers consists principally of correspondence and manuscripts related to the content of the editorial pages of the newspaper between 1942 and 1971, with some earlier material. Correspondence includes that of Clifford Raymond (before 1939-1950) and George Morgenstern (1947-1971), but the bulk is of Leon Stolz (1942-1963). There are also a few items from Reuben Cahn and Carl Wiegman.
This small collection of promotion material was retained by the Tribune Company Marketing Department between 1957 and 1972. It documents special occasions like the Chicago Tribune 125th Anniversary in 1972, the First Division Museum dedication in 1960, and the McCormick Charitable Trust Historymobile and McCormick Place in 1960. The collection includes clippings, correspondence, and printed promotional matter can also be found.
This collection contains the papers of Frank Hughes (1908-1972) during his 29-year tenure at the Chicago Tribune (1942-1971).
This collection contains material related to the libel suit, Henry Ford versus The Tribune Company, dating to 1916-1919. The suit concerned the Chicago Tribune editorial of June 23, 1916, "Ford is an Anarchist."
The files in this collection relate in general to annual meetings of the Tribune Company and its subsidiaries.
Stanton Rufus Cook was publisher, chairman, president, and chief officer of the Chicago Tribune and director, president, chairman and chief executive officer of the Tribune Company in Chicago. This collection consists of papers, photographs, audio, video, and artifactual materials documenting his professional and personal life.
Issues of Limited edition, the house organ of the Freedom Center (the Chicago tribune printing plant); "News of the Chicago Tribune's new production and circulation facility"
Robert R. McCormick's Tribune Company files contain material relating chiefly to the Chicago Tribune, its departments, employees, editors, bureaus, stockholders, policies, etc., and to a lesser extent to the Tribune Company. The distinction between the two companies was not as important during McCormick's lifetime as it later became.
Letters to Joseph Medill (managing editor of the Chicago Tribune), some of Medill's early writings, and documents related to Joseph Medill and Katharine Medill
Miscellaneous papers collected by J. Howard Wood concerning the McCormick-Patterson Trust, Robert R. McCormick, the Chicago Tribune, the Tribune Company and its subsidiaries, and the Joseph P. Albright litigation.
- Charles Deering McCormick Library of Special Collections 18
- Northwestern University Archives 1
- Chicago (Ill.) 2
- Journalists 1
- Libel and slander 1
- Politicians 1
- United States--Politics and government--1945-1953 1
- Kirkland & Ellis (Firm) 2
- McCormick, Robert R. (Robert Rutherford), 1880-1955 2
- Antrim, Elbert M., 1885-1961 1
- Chicago Cubs (Baseball team) 1
- Cook, Stanton R., 1925-2015 1
- Dubois, Jules, 1910-1966 1
- Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 1
- Hughes, Frank, 1908-1972 1
- Macfarlane, W. E., 1882-1944 1
- McCormick family 1
- McCormick-Patterson Trust 1
- Medill family 1
- Medill, Joseph, 1823-1899 1
- Medill, Katherine Patrick, 1831-1894 1
- Mutual Broadcasting System 1
- Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) 1
- Patterson family 1
- Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) 1
- WGN (Radio station : Chicago, Ill.) 1
- Wood, J. Howard, 1901-1988 1 + ∧ less