Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Howard William Kissel (1942-2012), a theatre critic and writer from Wisconsin, wrote for Women’s Wear Daily and a number of other publications. In 1986, he was appointed chief theatre critic for The New York Daily News, a position which he held for nearly 20 years. He also published over a half-dozen books, and wrote plays and musicals for most of his life. Materials in this collection include handwritten notes, drafts of...
Overview American journalist Eric R. Lund was born to Swedish immigrants on November 1, 1925 in Chicago, Illinois. Lund attended Northwestern University 1942-1949 (B.S. in journalism). Lund worked primarily at the Evanston review and Chicago daily news. After the latter paper ceased publication, Lund undertook a number of research and editing projects. The Eric R. Lund papers cover Lund’s ancestry and life, including both his professional...
Abstract Baskett P. Mosse was a professor of broadcasting in the Medill School of Journalism from 1946 until his retirement in 1982. The Baskett P. Mosse Papers are comprised of one folder of biographical material, one folder of correspondence, materials from classes Mosse taught, lecture notes, and one publication, “Radio News Handbook”, written by Mosse in 1946.
Abstract Richard Schwarzlose's research interests 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 boxes of academic career materials, one box of professional files, one box...
Overview This collection consists of the manuscript and related correspondence for the book by Lloyd Wendt, Chicago Tribune: The Rise of a Great American Newspaper (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1979). The first two boxes contain correspondence with Tribune CEO Stanton R. Cook, his associates, secretary Ann Stupur, and archivists Harold Hutchings and Lee Major. Promotional material, publishing contract and permissions, as well as the transcript of an interview with Wendt on...