CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Scrapbook containing cartoons by and articles about cartoonist Berkeley Breathed, creator of the comic strips "Academia Waltz" and "Bloom County."
Comprised mostly of clippings, published works, manuscript drafts, and photographs, this collection chronicles the career of Bob Brister. Brister served as the Outdoors Editor of the Houston Chronicle for fourty years and the Shooting Editor of Field & Stream for fourteen years. Brister wrote three books and was active in advocating for gun owners and the environment.
Ranging in date from circa 1945 to 1995, the John Bryson Archive consists of photographs, screenplays, tear sheets, correspondence and manuscript materials from the career of photographer John Bryson.
The Chester Burger Papers, 1921-2010, are comprised of scrapbooks, day timers, calendars, printed material, notes, videotapes, audiocassettes, and CD and DVD recordings, which document the life and career of Chester Burger.
The John Burnett papers are comprised of investigations, interviews, and news articles conducted by Burnett during his time as a roving Southwest reporter and war correspondent for National Public Radio (NPR). These stories cover a span of over 30 years, documenting topics ranging from Mexican drug cartels to the U.S. war on drugs to the 2013 Iraq War. Additionally, the collection contains cassette tapes and transcripts of interviews taken by Burnett.
Unpublished manuscript/memoirs of noted Associated Press photographer Henry D. Burroughs.
The Michael C. Burton papers, 1946-1997, consist of galley proofs, research files, photographs, and publicity materials related to Burton’s book John Henry Faulk: The Making of a Liberated Mind.
Press releases, reviews, photographs, correspondence, playbills and clippings document the career of John Bustin as a reporter for Texas magazines and newspapers.
Tapes and transcripts of an oral interview with Bo Byers performed by Kathie Anderson in preparation for her paper entitled
Bo Knows: Fifty Years of Texas Journalism.