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Overview These papers were 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 or forward to 1960. Correspondence includes the terms of two business managers, Wilbert E. Macfarlane (1928-1944) and Elbert M. Antrim (1944-1954). The materials related to routine office functions were not retained because they were considered to have limited historical value....
Overview The Chicago Tribune is a daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1847. This file consists of the by-line clippings of selected Tribune writers as assembled over the years by the reference room (morgue) on the fourth floor.
Overview The rules and regulations, 1925-1968, of the Chicago Tribune Advertising Department were delivered to the Tribune Archives by advertising director George VanWagner in 1979. The materials had been collected in five ring binders containing the department's rules and regulations, instructions, standards, rates, etc. which were divided into two boxes.
Overview This small collection consists of plans drawn up by Charles W. Townsley for the reorganization of the Tribune Company's advertisting department and several other departments. These plans and accompanying letters were sent by Townsley to William H. Field, business manager of the Tribune in 1910. The collection also includes Townsley's letter of resignation on July 9, 1910, and a clippings file related to Mrs. Townley from 1922.
Overview This collection of Chicago Tribune Departmental Papers of the Building Division traces the relationship between the Tribune Company and the Chicago Tunnel Terminal Corporation from 1932 until 1964. Included are agreements (1919-1953); the Franchise Ordinance of the Tunnel Company (1932); and correspondence, plats, charts and memos relating to the Chicago Tunnel Terminal Corporation, the holding company which owned the Chicago Tunnel Company and the Chicago...
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 generally includes correspondence and mansucripts related to the content of the editorial pages of the newspaper between 1942 and 1971 with some earlier files. Correspondence files include those of Clifford Raymond (before 1939-1950) and George Morgenstern (1947-1971), but the bulk of the files are from Leon Stolz (1942-1963). There are also a few materials from Reuben Cahn and Carl Wiegman.
Overview This small collection of correspondence files within the Marketing or Promotion Department of the Chicago Tribune was received by their archives division in 1984. Most of these particular papers and corresondence deal with third parties regarding speaking or broadcasting engagements or printed biographical entries for Harold Grumhaus and J. Howard Wood and other Tribune employees.
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 Annniversary in 1972, the First Division Museum dedication in 1960, and the McCormick Charitable Trust Historymobile and McCormick Place in 1960. Other clippings, correspondence, and printed promotional matter can also be found.
Overview In 1972 the Marketing Department of the Chicago Tribune was reorganized to include the creative division, public relations, marketing services, and research services. Archival files from 1955 to 1974 related to these divisions were collected for this file which primarily includes correspondence from 1958 to 1974 (Harold F. Grumhaus, William J. Byrnes, Joseph A. Burns, Frederick A. Nichols) and the speeches of Harold F. Grumhaus from 1959 to 1971.
Overview Frank Hughes was born in Chicago on August 19, 1908. He graduated from Northwestern University in 1930 and shortly thereafter began his forty year newspaper career. This collection contains the papers of Frank Hughes during his tenure at the Chicago Tribune.
Overview The Chicago Tribune is a daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1847. This file contains correspondence and exhibits as well as the transcript of the trial for the Henry Ford vs. The Tribune Company libel suit of 1916 to 1919.
Overview The Chicago Tribune is a daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1847. This miscellaneous file includes material related to George D. Houston, Max Annenberg, the 1973 acquisition by the Tribune Company of Van Nuys Publishing Co., and several other unrelated subjects.
Overview The Chicago Tribune is a daily newspaper based in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1847. This file covers annual meetings of the Tribune Company and subsidiaries.
Overview This collection documents the labor relations between the employee unions and the Chicago Tribune Co. management during the strike of November 24, 1947 and September 18, 1949. The files kept by Harold Grumhaus, assistant production manager, form major portions of this collection which consists of news stories clipped from the Chicago Tribune; correspondence and acccounts of meetings and negotiations of the Chicago Newspaper Publishers Association and the unions...
Overview This collection of materials kept by the Chicago Tribune Circulation Department consists of promotional materials sent to distributors, newsdealers and carriers from 1921 to 1939. The material was removed from its original scrapbooks and placed chronologically in 11 manuscript boxes, a bound volume of newspapers featuring ad campaigns or contests, and a package of oversize posters from 1924 to 1937.
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