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Jones, Alexander F.
Papers of the American journalist, newspaper editor; died 1966. Collection includes clippings of Jones' editorials in the Syracuse Herald-Journal and letters responding to public correspondence pages.
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Hager, Alice Rogers, 1894-
Papers of the American author, journalist, writer of young adult fiction. Collection includes correspondence, including family letters, as well as Hager's personal and business letters; articles, book manuscripts, and poems; and memorabilia, including book reviews, clippings, photographs, and press releases.
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Brewster, Anne M. H. (Anne Maria Hampton), 1819-1892.
Annie Hampton Brewster was the sister of Benjamin H. Brewster, U.S. Attorney General from 1881-1885. The collection consists largely of correspondence with James Edward Carpenter, Philadelphia attorney.
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Baer, Arthur, 1886-1969.
American journalist, humor writer and sports cartoonist. Collection contains manuscripts, copies of his columns, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, photographs, memorabilia and published material.
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Arthur Unger Audio Interview Collection, ca. 1970-1988 14 linear ft. (ca. 1350 sound cassettes)

Unger, Arthur
Collection contains audio interviews conducted by Arthur Unger, a television critic for the Christian Science Monitor and special correspondent for Television Quarterly. Length of interviews varies. Subject include actors, entertainers, musicians, journalists, writers, more. Tapes are sound cassettes, analog, 1 7/8 ips, mono.
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Cole, Ashley W., 1841-1920.
Papers of the American editor, railroad commissioner, executive secretary to New York State Governor Levi P. Morton. Incoming correspondence concerning railroads (Avery Andrews, Paul D. Cravath, Chauncey M. Depew, James Jerome Hill, Jeremiah Jenks, Theodore Roosevelt); politics (Thomas Collier Platt, L. Bradford Prince); the John Ericsson monument in New York City (Jonathan Scott Hartley); and the personal life of actress Louise D. (Mrs. Leslie) Carter.