CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Ranging in date from 1972 to 1999, the Jim Domke Photographic Archive consists of photographs and print materials by and related to the career of photojournalist Jim Domke.
The Adolf Douai papers are comprised of correspondence, legal papers, newspaper clippings, poetry, and literary productions, including an autobiography arranged chronologically. The bulk of the collection consists of Douai's autobiography in original form and typed translation.
Susan Gaetz Duarte photographic archive, 1991-2006, includes notes, publications by and about Mennonites, slides, machine prints, jpegs, black and white photographs, book materials for The Quiet in the Land and notes on exhibitions of Duarte and Camden's photographs in conjunction with their Mennonite project
This collection contains notes, drafts of articles, newspaper clippings, political pamphlets, photographs, press releases, correspondence, and other items documenting Allen Duckworth’s career as the political editor for the Dallas Morning News.
The Barbara M. Duke Collection consists of letters, notes, newspapers, clippings, pamphlets, magazines, posters, buttons, instructional materials, printed material, and other ephemera documenting Duke’s activities for and with the National Organization for Women at the local, regional, state, and national levels.
The Dominick Dunne papers, 1940-2009, are composed of manuscript and article drafts, published works, audio and video recordings, correspondence, trial research, publicity clippings, and personal papers such as legal documents, contracts, address books and photographs. The Dunne papers are organized into four series: Professional Papers, Published Works, Personal Papers, and Works by Others.
Containing two series of subject files and publications, the Michael Eakin papers, 1952-1981, document the reporting career of Eakin and his interest in energy resources and other topics.
Mary Dorothy Edmiston was a student in the class of 1929 at the University of Texas at Austin. The papers include correspondence from 1928 as well as coursework accumulated by Ms. Edmiston from 1926 to 1928.