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Silverstein, Louis

Graphic designs for newspapers, promotions, magazines, books, and related work by Silverstein. He primarily worked for the New York Times, regional U.S. newspapers, foreign newspapers, and other organizations. Includes correspondence, notes, sample newspaper issues, photographs, and negatives from his consulting projects. Also includes Silverstein's drawings, monoprints, and other artwork.

New York Times Company
Arthur Hays Sulzberger was the publisher of xxThe New York Timesxx from 1935 until 1961 and chairman of the board of The New York Times Company from 1961 until 1968. While he was publisher, circulation of The Times almost doubled; the editorial page developed a reputation for strong opinions; news events were subjected to more analysis and coverage of specialized topics was strengthened; new sections and departments were created for food, fashion, and women; and the overall style of the paper became less rigid and more aesthetically pleasing. The papers document Sulzberger's life and career at xxThe New York Timesxx, with the majority of the collection relating to Sulzberger's 26 years as president and publisher of the paper. Included in the collection are correspondence with family members, friends, colleagues, world leaders, and other dignitaries; memoranda regarding the business of the newspaper, including Sulzberger's notes of praise and criticism to his editors, managers, and writers; reports on his meetings with world leaders, including Winston Churchill, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman; and photographs of Sulzberger, his family, business trips, vacations, and The Times' buildings.
Prescott, Orville

Correspondence, manuscripts, awards, photographs, and clippings. The collection includes letters from authors, publishers, journalists, and the reading public about Prescott's book reviews from 1931 to 1968. Printed copies of his book review column in The New York Times from 1942 until 1968 and printed copies of his articles and book reviews in "Cue", "The Yale Review", "The Saturday Review", and other magazines and newspapers are mounted in 22 scrapbooks. There is the setting typescript of his book Lords of Italy; portraits from the Middle Ages (Harper & Row, 1972), as well as clippings of reviews and correspondence relating to his other books. There is also a volume of letters from authors and friends on his retirement from The New York Times in 1966, as well as photographs and awards. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Louis Auchincloss, John Hersey, Phyllis McGinley, Mary Renault, A.L. Rowse, and C.P. Snow.

Bernstein, Theodore M. (Theodore Menline), 1904-1979

Correspondence, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism course notes, and printed materials. The papers deal with his books, the courses that he taught at the School of Journalism, and his "Winners & Sinners" department (correct English usage) at THE NEW YORK TIMES.