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Chicago Tribune: the rise of a great American newspaper, by Lloyd Wendt, Correspondence and manuscript

 Collection
Identifier: XI-273
Abstract This collection consists of materials related to the book Chicago Tribune: the rise of a Great American newspaper by Lloyd Wendt (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1979): drafts, notes, manuscripts and similar material; correspondence (with Tribune Chief Executive Officer Stanton R. Cook, his associates, secretary Ann Stupur, and archivists Harold Hutchings and Lee Major); promotional material, publishing contract and permissions; and the transcript of an interview with...
Dates: 1974 - 1980

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

Robert R. McCormick. Business correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: I-60
Abstract The papers of Robert R. McCormick (editor and publisher of the Chicago tribune) consist primarily of business correspondence dating from 1927-1955. This correspondence does not relate directly to the Chicago Tribune, but includes a great deal of material on organizations related to the newspaper publishing business and various political personages and departments, freedom of the press issues and some personal and family...
Dates: 1927 - 1955

Richard A. Schwarzlose (1937-2003) Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 16/14
Abstract The research interests of Richard Schwarzlose (professor of journalism at Northwestern Unviersity from 1968-2003) centered on the history of the American wire service, though he also researched ethical and legal issues in journalism. The Richard Schwarzlose Papers fill thirty-one and one-half boxes and span the period 1955 to 2003. The papers are divided into six categories: approximately three and one-half boxes of biographical materials, two and one-half boxes of general correspondence, ten...
Dates: 1955-2003

Chicago Tribune. Frederick S. Siebert Papers

 Collection
Identifier: XI-142
Abstract Frederick Siebert was interested in two lawsuits concerning the freedom of the press which resulted in landmark decisions by the United States Supreme Court: the so-called Minnesota "gag law" case (Near versus Minnesota, 1931) and the Associated Press anti-monopoly suit (AP versus U.S., 1945). This collection contains Siebert's collection of materials on these cases: correspondence, articles, papers, Supreme Court...
Dates: 1932 - 1946