Medill School Northwestern University
Submitted by gfrere on Wed, 2014-11-12 11:53
Further details on the Newberry Library's journalism modern manuscript collections.
MacDougall, Curtis Daniel, 1903-. Papers, 1940-1984.
Journalist and professor at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism who wrote one of the definitive textbooks of American journalism. An activist in civic affairs, McDougall ran for Congress as a Democrat in Illinois' 10th District, for the U.S. Senate as a Progressive Party candidate, and as a Peace Party candidate for the 13th Congressional District. His papers include correspondence, subject files concerning his many interests and activities, photographs, etc.
Collection available by appointment only.
Ward, Estelle Francis. Letters and book manuscript, 1923-1927.
Four-part manuscript entitled "The Fourth Estate and the Young Republic," together with correspondence regarding the publication of the work, with agent Paul Reynolds, G.P. Putnam's Sons, and Dixon Ryan Fox of Columbia University.
Watson, Elmo Scott, 1892-1951. Papers, 1816-1951, bulk 1920-1951.
Personal papers of journalist, professor of journalism, and western / frontier historian Elmo Scott Watson, consisting mainly of topical files on western subjects and journalism. Also included are Watson's manuscripts and published writings, and his correspondence and teaching-related files.
Orland, Henry, 1918-. Papers, 1913-2000.
Music manuscripts, reel-to-reel tapes, radio scripts, correspondence, clippings, and programs of this Midwestern composer, critic, educator, and conductor. Orland was a literary and music critic for the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and the musicology journal Music and Man; he also served as program director for Northwestern University's radio station, WNUR, and for the program "Facets of Music" for KFUO in St. Louis (tapes of which appear in the collection). His compositions include symphonies, concertos, songs, and other works.