CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Ranging in date from circa 1969-1998, the Bob Daemmrich Photographic Archive features material from Daemmrich’s early work in Wisconsin throughout the 1970s and his time as a staff photographer and freelancer in Texas through the 1990s.
The Dallas Morning News Kennedy Administration Editorial Records, 1961-1963, document the public response to the paper’s editorials on President John F. Kennedy’s Administration, conservative advertisements in the paper related to Kennedy Administration policies, and the assassination of President Kennedy.
Composed of correspondence, magazine and newspaper clippings, notes, video and audiocassette tapes, printed material, and photographs, the Douglass K. Daniel Papers document Daniel’s research and writing process for his book, Lou Grant: The Making of TV’s Top Newspaper Drama, as well as research materials on long-time television news man Harry Reasoner.
The John P. Davidson Papers (1970s-2009) comprise unpublished novels and short stories, typescripts for Texas Monthly articles, diaries, research, manuscripts, correspondences, and proofs for “The Long Road North.”
Audiocassettes, videocassettes, photographs, posters, literary productions, news clippings, and memorabilia compose the John T. Davis Papers, 1980-1989, which documents the Texas music scene. John T. Davis is a music journalist, who focuses primarily on music, music personalities, and culture in Texas and the Southwest.
Papers relate to the career of De Bow (1820-1867), editor and publisher of De Bow's Review. Included are receipts and letters to his brother Frank.
Edward Musgrove "Ted" Dealey, Dallas civic leader, journalist and publisher, earned a BA degree from the University of Texas in 1913. The papers include a photocopied typescript of Dealey's World War II diary, a photostat of the USS Missouri deck log, printed material, correspondence, and newsclippings.
The E. Hazel Denton collection, 1936-1997 contains a wide range of hard copy historical newspapers from the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Coverage includes the John F. Kennedy assasination, the Iran hostage crisis, the British monarchy from 1936-1985, and various U.S. presidential elections and inagurations.
The Jimmie Dodd Photograph Collection consists of approximately 12,500 negatives generated by Dodd during his years as a professional photographer in Kingsville, Texas. The archive includes images of the King Ranch, Texas cities and towns, celebrities, sports, wedding portraits, and freelance work for the Kingsville Police Department.