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Author: Howard K Smith
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Papers of Howard K. Smith (1914-2002), an award-winning news analyst and foreign correspondent, consisting of material on his career with both the ABC and CBS networks.
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Genre/Form: Manuscript collection
Motion pictures
Photographs
Sound recordings
Named Person: Paul Howard Douglas; Douglas Edwards; Sam J Ervin; James Aloysius Farley; Gerald R Ford; Orville L Freeman; Lillian Gish; Harry Golden; Albert Gore; Sheilah Graham; Ernest Gruening; Leonard W Hall; Philip Hart; James R Hoffa; Hubert H Humphrey; Jacob K Javits; Estes Kefauver; Joseph E Levine; John V Lindsay; Eugene J McCarthy; Robert S McNamara; Mike Mansfield; Clark R Mollenhoff; Hams Joachim Morgenthau; Wayne L Morse; Edward R Murrow; Richard M Nixon; Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.; Walt W Rostow; Dean Rusk; Hugh Daggett Scott; A Merriman Smith; Theodore C Sorenson; Gloria Swanson; Strom Thurmond; Rexford G Tugwell; Malcolm X
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Howard K Smith
OCLC Number: 173692801
Notes: The films in this collection also are being cataloged individually.
Description: 21.6 c.f. (54 archives boxes), 59 tape recordings, 2 photographs (1 folder), and 51 films.

Abstract:

Papers of Howard K. Smith (1914-2002), an award-winning news analyst and foreign correspondent, consisting of material on his career with both the ABC and CBS networks.

CBS radio scripts pertain to his work as a World War II correspondent and to his post-war commentaries. The former are made up of stories written in Switzerland, 1941-1944, and while covering the Allied advance with the Ninth Army, 1944-1945. Also dating from this period are cables and dispatches to the London "Daily Herald," "Time," and "Life." CBS television scripts consist of Smith's brief analysis of news events for "Douglas Edwards and the News," 1957-1961. Fan mail, 1944-1961, relates chiefly to this program.

After switching to ABC, Smith had his own television program, "Howard K. Smith--News and Comment." For this show the collection includes viewer mail, fan mail evaluations, clippings, and New York office files, plus tape recordings and films. There are film interview transcripts with such people as Paul H. Douglas, Samuel J. Ervin, Jr., James A. Farley, Gerald R. Ford, Orville E. Freeman, Lillian Gish, Harry Golden, Albert A. Gore, Sheilah Graham, Ernest Gruening, Leonard W. Hall, Philip A. Hart, James R. Hoffa, Hubert H. Humphrey, Jacob K. Javits, C. Estes Kefauver, Joseph E. Levine, John V. Lindsay, Eugene J. McCarthy, Robert S. McNamara, Malcolm X, Mike Mansfield, Clark R. Mollenhoff, Wayne L. Morse, Hans Morgenthau, Edward R. Murrow, Adam Clayton Powell, Walter W. Rostow, Dean Rusk, Hugh D. Scott, Jr., Merriman Smith, Theodore C. Sorenson, Cyrus L. Sulzberger, Gloria Swanson, J. Strom Thurmond, and Rexford G. Tugwell.

The office files contain transcripts of these interviews as aired, together with research material, notes, and memoranda. Of particular interest are interviews, scripts, clippings, and fan mail related to the controversial program, "The Political Obituary of Richard Nixon."

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