CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Documentary photographer John Christian was born in Sherman, Texas, on October 27, 1940. The collection is comprised of Christian’s work from 1968 through 1993.
Alexander Cockburn (1941-2012) was a prolific political columnist and author who wrote the "Beat the Devil" column for The Nation from 1984 until his death in 2012. The Alexander Cockburn papers consist of writings and drafts, research materials on a variety of topics, and interviews and reviews of Cockburn's works. Also included are correspondence, photos, and issues of the Anderson Valley Advertiser.
The Robert Cockrum Papers, 1957, 1984, 1985, consist of a letter from Walter Cronkite and a Robert Trout interview.
The Carolyn Cole photographic archive contains photographic materials, including prints, negatives, contact sheets, slides, transparencies, and digital record printouts. Folders of material for individual shoots may additionally contain newspaper photo requests or job assignments, Cole’s notes, collected printed material, captions, newspaper clippings, and releases signed by subjects.
The J. B. Colson archive contains university files that document Colson’s classes and the history of the photojournalism department at UT. Teaching slides, research files, and examples of student work are also prominent throughout the collection. Documentation and examples of the many other personal and professional endeavors of J. B. Colson can also be found.
Calvin Coolidge’s handwritten letter to David Lawrence, October 2, 1926, appears on White House letterhead.
Contains subject, research, course, and administrative files documenting Dr. Cox's career as a historian, University of Texas faculty member, and administrator for the Center for American History.
The George Crile, III, papers, 1978-2005, includes research files, clippings, audio and video recordings from new stories produced for CBS News, CBS Reports, 60 Minutes, and 60 Minutes II. There is special emphasis on Crile’s research on the Afghan War and the development of his 2003 book, Charlie Wilson’s War.
The Herbert J. Croner Papers (1963-1984), including classified research files for Dallas Post Tribune editorials, political broadsides, pamphlets, ephemera, an audiocassette, a scrapbook, a photocopied photo album, newspapers, and magazines, document Croner's involvement in progressive organizations in Dallas as well as his experiences during the Holocaust.
The Walter Cronkite Papers, 1932-2014, cover the noted CBS newsman's more than five-decades-long career as one of the nation's most respected journalists.