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American Radio and Research Corporation (AMRAD) Records

Call Number: UA022
Scope and Contents: This collection contains photos, correspondence, and some other general records of the Amrad Corporation as well as physical objects.

Dates: bulk 1915 -- 1947, 1915 -- 1982

Casey Murrow Collection of Edward R. Murrow Materials

Call Number: MS255
Overview: The Casey Murrow Collection of Edward R. Murrow Materials contain photographs, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, speeches, scripts, books, and legal documents dating from 1791 to 2003. The collection documents broadcast and television journalist Edward R. Murrow’s personal and professional life, as well as the lives of his wife, Janet (Brewster) Murrow, and his son, Casey Murrow.
Dates: 1791 -- 2003

Edward Bliss Papers

Call Number: MS125
Scope and Contents:

This collection consists of the papers and audio reels, presumably used by Bliss in editing a volume of Edward R. Murrow's broadcasts, In Search of Light: The Broadcasts of Edward R. Murrow, 1938-1961 (New York: Knopf, 1967). The papers consist of summary descriptions of important events and transcriptions of parts of key speeches, broadcasts, and events that Murrow attended. There are 9 audio reels of "This...Is London" from 1940.

Dates: 1938 -- 1961

Edward R. Murrow Papers

Call Number: MS025
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of correspondence, personal materials, work files, scripts, diaries, photographs, audiovisual materials, memorabilia, awards, books, clippings, and tributes to Murrow upon his death. Audiovisual materials include phonograph records, and film and audiotape reels of various formats. The bulk of the material dates from 1927 to 1965 and primarily documents the professional life of Edward R. Murrow. Through these materials one can trace major developments in the history...
Dates: bulk 1927 -- 1965, 1890 -- 1992

Institute for First Amendment Studies Records

Call Number: MS074
Scope and Contents: The Institute for First Amendment Studies (IFAS) records consist of correspondence, clippings, direct mailings received from conservative Christian organizations and groups opposing the Christian right, publications, tax forms, and other papers pertaining to organizations, people, and ideas associated with conservative Christian groups or their opposition. In addition, the collection contains audio cassettes, videocassettes, and periodicals from and about Christian groups covering similar...
Dates: bulk 1984 -- 1988, 1920 -- 1999

Janet Brewster Murrow and Edward R. Murrow Family Papers

Call Number: MS225
Scope and Contents: The Janet Brewster Murrow and Edward R. Murrow family papers include scrapbooks, photographic material, and audio recordings. The bulk of the material dates from 1924 to 1970 and was created by Janet Brewster Murrow and Jennie Brewster, Janet's mother. Janet Brewster Murrow took most of the photographs, slides, and negatives and capture what she considered important, memorable, beautiful or interesting about her family and their work over the decades. Most images were taken with a 35 mm...
Dates: bulk 1924 -- 1970, 1920 -- 1989

Joseph E. Persico Papers

Call Number: MS126
Scope and Contents: This collection includes audio tapes, correspondence, reports, notes, clippings, and ancillary materials used by Joseph E. Persico in writing the biography, Edward R. Murrow: An American Original. The bulk of the material dates from 1984 to 1985 and pertains to the interviews conducted for the book. Significant interviewees include the family of Edward Murrow, Walter Cronkite, Fred Friendly, and Lauren Bacall. Subject files pertain to the book and to the interviewees and include...
Dates: 1950 -- 1985

Leland Stowe Papers

Call Number: MS129
Scope and Contents: This collection documents Stowe's work as a war correspondent during World War II and the Korean War, as well as his later career as a journalism professor. Included are photographic portraits of Stowe, 1939-1945; interviews with Lt. Col. Walter Soderholm and General Pershing; lectures and articles, 1946-1952; University of Michigan journalism lectures and teaching files, 1956-1969; manuscripts and annotated publications, 1933-1980; and one poster-sized image of CBS correspondents (including...
Dates: 1933 -- 1980

Marc Brown Papers

Call Number: MS148
Overview: This collection contains material related to the animated children's television shows Arthur and Postcards from Buster, both produced by WGBH-Boston. The collection contains print and audiovisual material, as well as memorabilia, including scripts, character/props model packages, storyboards, VHS tapes, audiocassettes, CDs, and DVDs.
Dates: bulk 1996 -- 2004, 1994 -- 2007

Reuven Frank Papers

Call Number: MS137
Scope and Contents: The collection consists mostly of secondary source research material (largely photocopies of articles) assembled by Reuven Frank for his book, Out of Thin Air: The Brief Wonderful Life of Network News from the late twentieth century. Material not related to his book includes awards for achievements in journalism, numerous photographs, and AV materials of mostly NBC documentaries and special reports. Of note is a 1963-1964 Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in News Reporting.
Dates: 1940 -- 2008