CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
The Freedom Riders Press Photographs Album consists of 67 press photographs related to the civil rights movement. The majority of images show participants in the Freedom Rides, as well as police and federal officials connected to the rides.
An audiocassette of an oral history interview with Fred Friendly, by Dr. Lewis Gould, composes the Fred Friendly Oral History Interview, 1994.
Three typescript drafts of literary productions compose the Charles Edwin Gilbert Papers, undated, documenting life in Abilene, Texas, in the 1880s and Gilbert's work as a newspaper journalist and publisher.
The Sergeant-at-Arms Office of the Texas Senate is responsible for decorum in the Senate chamber, chamber security, and managing the messengers and pages employed by the Capitol. One department in the Office is the Sergeant’s Clipping Service, which distributes news clippings to the Texas Senate. This collection consists of news clippings related to Texas and political issues.
Correspondence, manuscripts, published articles, printed material, and interview transcripts compose the Fred Gipson Papers, 1963-1967, and relate to Gipson’s writing and health.
Morris Goen lives in San Antonio. The photographs in this collection portray mainly small town people and scenes, including churches, windmills, dance halls, stores and post offices
The Marion Goldin papers, 1959-2014, consist of the professional papers and video tapes of the television news producer's work at the award-winning programs 60 Minutes, 20/20, and Frontline, including investigative journalism in a number of social and political topics. Also included are correspondence and working notes for projected stories and programs. Materials include a variety of formats such as U-Matic, VHS, U-Matic S, and Betamax tapes.
Ranging in date from 1959 to 2014, the Bob Gomel Photographic Archive consists of film negatives, contact sheets and exhibit prints from the career of photographer Bob Gomel. The archive includes Gomel’s work for LIFE magazine as well as later independent photography.
These papers include the reference files of Mark L. Goodwin, containing thousands of newspaper clippings collected by Goodwin during his career.