Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Ada Campbell Rose Papers fill two boxes and span the years 1922-1977, with the bulk of the material dating from 1957 to 1975. The Papers are arranged in four categories: biographical materials, speeches and conferences, editorial work, and writings. The biographical materials, spanning the years 1922-1977, are comprised of general personal data (including her diploma, her will, and obituaries), 1922-1977; property records, 1957-1969; financial records, 1942-1975; materials relating to her...
Abstract The Benjamin Baldwin Papers, filling seventeen boxes and spanning the period 1956 to 1984, are arranged in two subseries: correspondence and teaching files. These are Baldwin's personal papers, documenting his career as a teacher at Northwestern. Records relating to his involvement in the journalism section of the National High School Institute as well as the administrative records of the Medill School's Editorial Department have been separated and treated as distinct series.
Abstract Joseph Carl Blade took a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism in 1955 and a Master of Science degree in Journalism in 1956, both from Northwestern. Blade's studies at the University are documented by extensive course and lecture notes, syllabi, bibliographies, examinations, research papers, and other curricular materials.
Overview Northwestern University alumnus Robert Coughlan was a writer and editor at Fortune and Life magazines and an editorial associate with the John F. Kennedy Foundation. Between 1937 and 1974 he wrote several publications and articles and received numerous national journalism awards and citations.
Abstract Rance Crain attended Northwestern University from 1958-1960, graduating with a degree in Journalism from Medill. He is President of his family-owned publication company, Crain Communications, and serves as editor-in-chief of Advertising Age and several other publications. The Papers include his columns for those publications as well as his notes and research, and span the period 1956-2015.
Abstract The Teresa Dean Papers 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 (ca1916); issues of Town Topics, Gossip, and The Debutante which contain articles by her; and several photographs and miscellaneous biographical newspaper clippings.
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.
Scope and Contents The Georgie Anne Geyer Papers span 78 boxes and contain material from the years 1953-2009. The collection is divided into 6 subsections: Correspondence, Notebooks, Personal and Professional Papers, Published Work, Audiovisual Material, and Biographical Material.The Correspondence File comprises 1 box and spans the years 1980-1998. The majority of the correspondence file is made up of fan mail and adulatory letters. Notable correspondents represented in...
Abstract The Harry F. Harrington Papers fill three boxes and are arranged in five subseries: biographical materials, correspondence, teaching files, speeches, and publications. There are as well a few files relating to Harrington's college education. The biographical materials include a number of newspaper clippings, five of which report on the aborted program in journalism at Western Reserve University. Many others deal with Harrington's appointment at Medill and...
Abstract Documenting the career of reporter and journalist Eloise Henkel (1923-1995), the collection spans the years 1948-1974. The majority of the material dates from 1967-1970, when Henkel spent significant time in Vietnam and Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. In addition to many article drafts and photographs, there are also clippings of her published work as well as correspondence.
Abstract The Addison Hibbard Papers fill four boxes (including one half-size box) and span the period 1911-1973, although practically all of the material falls within the years 1911-1945. The Papers are comprised of two categories: correspondence and publications. There are also seven folders of biographical materials including two folders relating to Hibbard's graduate work.
Abstract Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Michael C. Janeway served as professor of Journalism and dean of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University from 1989-1997. The series consists of biographical material, correspondence, publications and other documents relating mostly to Janeway’s time at Northwestern.
Overview The Robert Lefley collection amounts to a physical volume of fourteen linear feet, with materials arranged into twenty-six boxes. Spanning the years from 1936 to 2015, the bulk of the collection dates from the 1950s through the 1980s and largely reflects Lefley’s work with Chicago-area print and broadcast media.
Abstract During his more than 35 years at Northwestern University, Curtis MacDougall – Dr. Mac to his students – emerged as one of America’s leading journalism experts and educators. The Curtis MacDougall Papers fill one and one-half boxes and span the years 1940 to 1992. Class handouts and syllabi comprise the bulk of the material, although there is a considerable amount of material pertaining to MacDougall's political campaigns. The papers also include a few samples of MacDougall's writings....
Abstract Chicago journalist and author Robert (Bob) McClory wrote about race, class, and religion after graduating from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism in 1971, where he later taught. The Papers include biographical materials, teaching notes, research notes, and drafts of articles, as well as many of McClory's published articles from periodicals and newspapers.
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 The personal papers of journalist Charles “Chuck” Remsberg fill 146 boxes and span the years 1936-2014. Comprehensively documenting Remsberg’s long journalistic career and his early life, the materials include photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, journals, memorabilia, research notes, drafts, manuscripts, clippings, audiovisual tapes, CDs, books and artifacts.
Abstract The papers of journalist and author James S. Rosen fill 125 boxes and span the years 1918 to 2014. These papers document Rosen’s life and journalism career, as well as his extensive research relating to his biography of former Attorney General John N. Mitchell. Materials include, but are not limited to, documents, photographs, recorded interviews, and clippings.
Abstract The Scripps Family Papers, primarily handwritten correspondence spanning the years 1836-1924, are contained in two-and-a-half boxes and divided into nine subseries: Biographical, John L. Scripps Correspondence, Mary E. Scripps Correspondence, Miscellaneous Scripps Family Correspondence, Grace Scripps Dyche Correspondence, Clippings, Scripps Financial Records, and Miscellaneous Materials. Materials are arranged chronologically within each folder whenever dates are available. Undated materials...
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.