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Journalists -- United States -- Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Letter, a portrait, and newspaper clippings, 1872-1878

 Item — Box 7: [Barcode: 31197233283198], Folder: 21-22
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 11 Sept. 1872, and addressed to W. William Rice. Bowles writes, "This letter from judge Putnam explains itself. I am sure he must have a most capital lecture." Also included is an etching portriat of Bowles and two newspaper clippings outlining his life.
Dates: 1872-1878

Letter, an envelope, and a list, 1894

 Item — Box 3: [Barcode: 31197233283156], Folder: 25-26
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 24 Oct. 1894, and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth. Ballou writes about where biographical information can be found on him. Also included is a printed list of works by Ballou with handwritten additions and the envelope in which the letter was sent.
Dates: 1894

Letter, an envelope, and a newspaper clipping, 1894

 Item — Box 8: [Barcode: 31197233283206], Folder: 7-8
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Typewritten and signed letter, dated 20 Oct. 1894, and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth. Brooks responds to Aylesworth's request for biographical information. Brooks tells Aylesworth where information can be found on his publications. Also included is the envelope in which the letter was send and a newspaper clipping describing the writing career of Brooks.
Dates: 1894

Letter and an envelope, 1901

 Item — Box 5: [Barcode: 31197233283172], Folder: 50-51
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 18 Nov. 1901, and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth of Ft. Collins, Colorado. Benton states that a "Who's Who" will answer Aylesworth's enquiry. Benton also mentions some of his works and writes that he spends much of his time in New York City. Also included is the envelope in which the letter was sent.
Dates: 1901

Letter and an envelope, 1901

 Item — Box 3: [Barcode: 31197233283156], Folder: 19-20
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, dated 21 Nov. (1901), and addressed to Barton O. Aylesworth. Baker responds to a request for information, gives autobiographical information, and mentions a few of his publications.

Dates: 1901

Letters, 1889-1890

 Item — Box 2: [Barcode: 31197233283149], Folder: 35-36
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Three handwritten letters of which two are signed. Two letters are dated 28 Oct. 1889, are addressed to "Dear Sir," and are concerned with materials Astor is publishing in "Cosmopolitan" magazine. The other item is dated 5 June 1890 and referes to Astor only in the third person. "Astor regrets, extremely, that his present retirement deprives him of the pleasure of accepting Mr. Walker's very kind invitation." The paper is edged in black probably meaning that Astor was in mourning.
Dates: 1889-1890

Letters and an envelope, 1901

 Item — Box 6: [Barcode: 31197233283180], Folder: 17-18
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Three handwritten and signed letters. Two of the items are undated and addressed to "Mr. Walker," probably John Brisben Walker. Bigelow writes about a riding accident which he suffered. He also states that his is submitting an article for publication. Brisben also responds to a request from Barton O. Aylesworth for biographical information. Also included is the envelope in which the letter to Aylesworth was sent. The post mark on the item is dated 3 Dec. 1901.
Dates: 1901

Howard Rusk Long correspondence

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 1690
Scope and Contents Correspondence. Most of the items date from the 1930s to the 1980s, but some newspaper clippings date from 1844. The materials document Long's journalsitic and teaching careers. He taught for two years at Southern Illinois University. Long organized the International Conferenece of Weekly Newspaper editors. The official publication of the organization was the "Grassroots Editor."
Dates: 1844-1982

Lowell Thomas letters

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 2243
Scope and Contents Typewritten copies of letters, essays, and news reports broadcast on radio. Thomas comments on United States' and world affairs and describes the numerous areas he visited. These materials were assembled by Hack Miller for the "Deseret News" newspaper in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dates: 1961-1981

William Louis Abbott letter, 1920s?

 Item — Box 1: [Barcode: 31197233283131], Folder: 7-8
Identifier: Vault MSS 2
Scope and Contents Handwritten and signed letter, composed on "New York Journal, W. R. Hearst" stationary, and dated June 26 of an unspecified year. Abbott writes to a "Mr. Walker," perhaps the American editor, John Brisben Walker (1847-1931). Abbott invites Walker to meet "a friend of mine, Clarence S. Darrow," at a luncheon when Walker is next in New York City. Abbot also comments on authors. "Hawthorne on the Indian plague is grimly fascinating, but Le Gallienne has not outdone Fitz Gerald."
Dates: 1920s?