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Overview This collection contains the papers of Frank Hughes (1908-1972) during his 29-year tenure at the Chicago Tribune (1942-1971).
Abstract The papers of newspaper correspondent Teresa Dean (died 1935) consist of scrapbook pages of Dean's columns for Town Topics and other magazines arranged chronologically between 1899 and 1931; drafts of some of these articles; drafts and government reports for her book on the Philippines (ca. 1916); issues of Town Topics, Gossip, and The Debutante which contain articles by her; and several...
Overview Ralph L. Fansler was an alumnus of Northwestern University and a Walt Whitman enthusiast. Besides collecting Whitman material, he researched and wrote a biography of the poet. In the course of this project he became acquainted with Whitman's niece, Jessie L. Whitman. She gave him some of her signed first editions and other Whitman material.
Overview This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Frances Peck Grover, whose career at the Chicago Tribune (1911-1945) was spent chiefly as movie critic (the first to write under the name "Mae Tinee"). This archive includes family correspondence and photographs, correspondence and pictures of movie stars of the 1920s, and scrapbooks of newspaper columns.
Abstract Sara Emily Moore Eastman (1886-1968) was a career journalist and illustrator whose work covered a wide range of topics from fashion and theater to the polio epidemic and militant suffrage movement. The Sara Moore Collection is comprised of 12 boxes and spans the years 1910-1968. The materials include personal and professional correspondence, illustrations, manuscripts and typescripts, travel documents, mementos, and photographs.
Overview E.R. Noderer (1907-1996) was a Chicago Tribune foreign correspondent from 1939 to 1950; a general assignment reporter in Chicago from 1950 to 1952; editorial page editor and writer for the Washington Times-Herald from 1952 to 1954; and a member of the promotion and publicity department of the Chicago Tribune until his retirement in 1972. This collection stems from his years of travel as a foreign...
Overview The Andrew Shuman Collection consists of material from a family scrapbook. It contains some documents and memorabilia, but the major portion of the collection is correspondence to Andrew Shuman (1830 - 1890) or his son-in-law, Frank M. Elliot (1853 - 1919) who married Anna D. Shuman (1856 - 1936) in 1878.