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Richard Halworth Rovere papers, 1926-1981.

作者: Richard Halworth Rovere
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Papers of Richard Halworth Rovere, a writer and editor known for his work on politics and current affairs for "The New Yorker" (1944-1978) and his book "Senator Joe McCarthy." Best for the period from the late 1930s to the mid-1960s, the papers offer excellent material on Rovere's involvement with the Communist Party and on his writings, particularly those on McCarthyism and the Vietnam War. Especially well
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提及的人: Samuel Hopkins Adams; Frederick Lewis Allen; Joseph Alsop; Stewart Alsop; Algernon Blackwood; Bruce Bliven; William F Buckley, Jr.; Malcolm Cowley; Babette Deutsch; Thomas E Dewey; John Dos Passos; John Foster Dulles; James T Farrell; John Kenneth Galbraith; Eric Frederick Goldman; Barry M Goldwater; John Gunther; James C Hagerty; Thomas C Hennings, Jr.; Sidney Hertzberg; Granville Hicks; Richard Hofstadter; Sidney Hook; William F Howe; Abraham H Hummel; Lyndon B Johnson; Alfred Kazin; Henry Kissinger; Irving Kristol; Joseph P Lash; Max Lerner; Walter Lippmann; Douglas MacArthur; Joseph McCarthy; William Manchester; Henry Farnham May; H L Mencken; Joseph L Rauh, Jr.; Harold Wallace Ross; Morris H Rubin; Arthur M Schlesinger, Jr.; Harry S Truman; Rebecca West; Leigh White; Adam Yarmolinsky; Richard Halworth Rovere; Richard Halworth Rovere; Richard Halworth Rovere; Richard Halworth Rovere; Richard Halworth Rovere; Richard Halworth Rovere; Arthur M Schlesinger, Jr.
資料類型: 網際網路資源
文件類型: 文檔資料, 網路資源
所有的作者/貢獻者: Richard Halworth Rovere
OCLC系統控制編碼: 173692774
注意: Transcript of Rovere's discussion of John Foster Dulles and the Eisenhower administration (in Box 17, Folder 3) from Reminiscences of Richard Halworth Rovere: oral history, 1968, Columbia University Oral History Office. Permission required to cite and quote from the Columbia University Oral History Office.
描述: 6.8 c.f. (17 archives boxes); plus additions of 4.0 c.f., 4 photographs, and 2 tape recordings.

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Papers of Richard Halworth Rovere, a writer and editor known for his work on politics and current affairs for "The New Yorker" (1944-1978) and his book "Senator Joe McCarthy." Best for the period from the late 1930s to the mid-1960s, the papers offer excellent material on Rovere's involvement with the Communist Party and on his writings, particularly those on McCarthyism and the Vietnam War. Especially well documented are seven books Rovere wrote and contributions to such periodicals as "The New Masses," "The New Yorker," "Harper's," "Encounter," and "The (London) Spectator." Elsewhere in the collection are files on the Peace Corps in Kenya, the Ku Klux Klan, the American Committee for Cultural Freedom, and Thomas Dewey's 1944 Presidential campaign. Among many prominent correspondents are Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Granville Hicks, Irving Kristol, and Frederick Lewis Allen.

The processed portion of this collection is summarized above, dates 1931-1968, and is described in the register. Additional accessions date 1926-1981 and are described below.

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