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Charles Kuralt collection, 1935-1997.

Author: Charles Kuralt
Edition/Format:   Archival material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Papers, 1934-1997, of Charles Kuralt, include personal and office mail, with extensive fan mail files and many letters in response to his retirement; scripts; speeches; background research materials relating to shows and books; clippings and souvenirs; publicity materials; oral history interviews with Kuralt's friends, family, and colleagues; photographs; calendars and notebooks; and audiotapes, videotapes, films,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral history
Named Person: Charles Kuralt; Karen Beckers; Burton Benjamin; Edward Bliss; Cornell Capa; Winston Churchill; Norman Corwin; Walter Cronkite; Charles Crutchfield; Phyllis Dennery; Irv Drasnin; John Ehle; Eli N Evans; William C Friday; Ralph Grizzle; Louis Kraar; Wallace H Kuralt; Charlotte MacLeod; Loonis McGlohon; Hugh M Morton; Fred Powledge; Dan Rather; Harry Reasoner; Hughes Rudd; Richard S Salant; Pete Seeger; John Sharnik; William J Small; Tom Spain; C D Spangler; Hunter S Thompson; Bob Timberlake; Jane Tolbert-Rouchaleau; Calvin Trillin; J Billy VerPlanck; Marlene VerPlanck; John D Voelker; Wesley H Wallace; Roger L Welsch; Edwin M Yoder; Korczak Ziolkowski; Kuralt family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Kuralt
OCLC Number: 40828005
Notes: In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#4882).
Description: ca. 67500 items (198.5 linear feet plus audiovisual materials)
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Papers, 1934-1997, of Charles Kuralt, include personal and office mail, with extensive fan mail files and many letters in response to his retirement; scripts; speeches; background research materials relating to shows and books; clippings and souvenirs; publicity materials; oral history interviews with Kuralt's friends, family, and colleagues; photographs; calendars and notebooks; and audiotapes, videotapes, films, and other media. Among topics documented are early radio and television news writing and broadcasting, including the work of foreign correspondents in Latin America, Vietnam, and the Soviet Union, 1953-1994; American popular culture and folklore, 1950s-1990s; United States and international politics, especially in the 1960s; Appalachian poverty and culture, 1960s-1970s; the Plaisted Expedition to the North Pole, 1967; fly fishing, 1970s-1990s; Olympics coverage, 1992-1994; and Kuralt family history. Names of persons, corporations, and other entities important in the collection appear as access points in this record.

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