CS_00/CS_11. News Media History
Found in 273 Collections and/or Records:
Business and personal correspondence from Newsweek, Columbia University, and civic organizations, as well as photographs, articles, press releases, audiovisual materials, book manuscripts, and speech files comprise the Osborn
Oz Elliott papers.
The John Henry Faulk Papers, 1881, 1936-2010, document Faulk's career in literary and broadcast media, as well as his activities in politics, humanitarian concerns, and civil liberties, particularly his successful libel suit after having been blacklisted for alleged Communist associations.
The papers of Texas author and historian Theodore Reed Fehrenbach include creative works, research notes, printed materials, correspondence, photographs, royalty statements, and audiovisual material.
The Enrico Ferorelli photographic archive contains slides, photographs and prints, notes and illustrations, books and magazines, film transparencies, and manuscript material providing context and information regarding Ferorelli’s career and creations.
The Marcellus Elliot Foster Papers, 1920, 1925, consist of a book and two letters from Foster to his wife Clare C. Foster.
Comprising correspondence, newspapers and newspaper clippings, manuscript drafts of essays and features, printed materials, notes, notebooks, research materials, literary productions, scrapbooks, publications, military reports and orders, financial documents, photographs, and miscellaneous materials, the Lois Sager Foxhall Collection, 1917-2011 (bulk 1936-1976), chronicles Foxhall’s career as a journalist for the Dallas Morning News.
The Skipper Lee Frazier Papers (1967-1993) primarily document Frazier’s business ventures in radio, entertainment, and motels. A selection of personal papers are also included, as well as photographs, audio-visual materials, and newspaper clippings that Frazier collected.