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David Schoenbrun papers, 1943-1980

Author: David Schoenbrun
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of a CBS foreign correspondent, news broadcaster, and author, primarily pertaining to his later career when he was world affairs correspondent for Metromedia and a free-lance journalist. Business correspondence, which comprises much of the collection, consists of letters to and from several notable individuals and exchanges with publishers about free-lance work. From his 1967 tour of Southeast Asia there are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Motion pictures
Financial records
Sound recordings
Manuscript collection
Photographs
Named Person: McGeorge Bundy; Charles de Gaulle; Dwight D Eisenhower; Benjamin Franklin; J William Fulbright; Arthur J Goldberg; Barry M Goldwater; W Averell Harriman; Mark O Hatfield; Lyndon B Johnson; Edward M Kennedy; Robert F Kennedy; John V Lindsay; Eugene J McCarthy; Wayne L Morse; Edward R Murrow; Richard M Nixon; George E Reedy; Dean Rusk; Pierre Salinger; G Mennen Williams; David L Wolper
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Schoenbrun
OCLC Number: 173692786
Notes: The film in this collection is also cataloged separately.
Description: 4.0 c.f. (8 archives boxes and 1 record center carton), 2 tape recordings, 6 disc recordings, 254 photographs, 232 negatives, 1 oversize folder of photographs, and 1 film.

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Papers of a CBS foreign correspondent, news broadcaster, and author, primarily pertaining to his later career when he was world affairs correspondent for Metromedia and a free-lance journalist. Business correspondence, which comprises much of the collection, consists of letters to and from several notable individuals and exchanges with publishers about free-lance work. From his 1967 tour of Southeast Asia there are reports and briefings on meetings with foreign officials and U.S. military officers and photographs of street life and destruction in Hanoi and elsewhere in North Vietnam caused by American bombing. The remainder of the collection consists of personal correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, scripts for David Schoenbrun Reporting, and research files that include photocopied documents about the French underground during World War II. Also included is a recorded conversation with Dwight D. Eisenhower about Charles de Gaulle also concerning the French underground; North Vietnamese patriotic music; and the film David Schoenbrun on Vietnam: How Did We Get In? How Can We Get Out?

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