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Overview Papers of Chesser Campbell, publisher of the Chicago Tribune and president of the Tribune Company
Overview This collection contains papers selected from the business manager files of the Chicago Tribune, dating mostly from 1926 to 1955, though a small portion of the material dates from as early as 1921 and as late as 1960. Most of the correspondence is that of two business managers, Wilbert E. Macfarlane (1928-1944) and Elbert M. Antrim (1944-1954). Materials in the collection are related to the following Tribune departments:...
Overview This collection consists of the by-line clippings of selected Chicago Tribune writers, 1914-1981.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview 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
Overview 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
Overview This collection traces the relationship between the Tribune Company and the Chicago Tunnel Company (and its parent, the Chicago Tunnel Terminal Corporation) from 1919 to 1964\
Overview 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
Overview This small collection of correspondence from the Chicago Tribune Editorial Department covers issues related to the London bureau and foreign correspondents in Europe or in Latin America, as well as issues regarding United Press International or syndicated wire services. Correspondence extends from 1942 to 1972 and includes letters from the following: William J. Fulton, Pat Maloney, Don Maxwell, David Darrah, Donald Day, Jules Dubois, Ben Bradlee, Clayton...
Overview 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.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview In February and July, 1984, the Marketing Department turned over to the Tribune Company Archives a total of five cartons of promotion files dealing with individual Tribune staff members. The present collection contains materials selected from this group that consist of correspondence within the Promotion Department (later the Marketing Department) or with third parties; the latter dealing with speaking or broadcasting engagements or (in the cases of Harold Grumhaus and J. Howard Wood) their...
Overview 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.
Overview This collection consists of papers of the Chicago Tribune's marketing department, largely while under its earlier name, the promotion and publicity department. The papers in this collection are chiefly those of William Jerome Byrnes (1955/1962) and Joseph A. Burns (1962/1972), but a few are those of Tomas P. O'Donnell (1972/1974). These managers are in correspondence with executives Harold F. Grumhaus, Frederick A. Nichols, and J. Howard Wood. The collection...
Overview This collection contains the papers of Frank Hughes (1908-1972) during his 29-year tenure at the Chicago Tribune (1942-1971).
Overview This collection contains miscellaneous material from the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis related to members of the McCormick family (Katherine Medill McCormick, Ruth ("Bazy"), McCormick Miller Tankersley, Robert R. McCormick); Cantigny; the Quebec & Ontario Transportation Company; Green Sheet Inc., the Van Nuys Publishing Co., and the New Building Corp.; Max Annenberg; George D. Houston (shares of Tribune Company stock)
Overview 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."
Overview This collection consists of case files selected by the law firm of Kirkland and Ellis as being of possible historical interest. They date principally from 1920 to 1955, with a few from as early as 1907. The papers pertain to the Chicago Tribune, the Tribune Company, the Ontario Paper Company, and Robert R. McCormick. Also included is a small collection of Patterson family papers, evidently from the estate of Eleanor Medill Patterson.
Overview The files in this collection relate in general to annual meetings of the Tribune Company and its subsidiaries.
Overview This collection documents the 1947/1949 strike of the Chicago Typographical Union (CTU) against the Chicago Tribune Company. This collection consists of news stories clipped from the Chicago Tribune; correspondence and accounts of meetings and negotiations of the Chicago Newspaper Publishers Association (CNPA) and the unions involved (CTU, and the International Typographical Union (ITU)); contract proposals; union publications and anti-union pamphlets; and...
Overview Papers of Harold P. Grumhaus, who held positions of responsibility at the Chicago Tribune (including Publisher) and the Tribune Company (including President)
Overview This collection contains legal documents and correspondence handled by the law firm of Kirkland & Ellis for the formation of the Chicago Tribune Company and its subsidiaries between 1889 and 1965. Included are lease and trust agreements, contracts, deeds, and charters of the various divisions of the company created or dissolved between 1896 and 1947. The collection includes some McCormick family documents dating between 1919 and 1955, and phonograph records.