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Description: Homer Bigart, (1907-1991) award-winning journalist with the "New York Herald-Tribune" and the "New York Times" with two unidentified individuals. There is...
Date: date unknown
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Emil von Schleimitz, Milwaukee journalist.
Description: Leslie Orear, (left) labor historian and editor of the Packinghouse Worker magazine, with Ralph Helstein, president of the United Packinghouse Worke...
Description: For contributing to the morale of state troops in the South Pacific by his work as a war correspondent, Robert Doyle (right), a Milwaukee Journal re...
Description: From the left: Ray Rockow, manager of the Majestic Theater on King Street; Roundy, Wisconsin State Journal; and Cliff Harm, Montgomery-Ward and Co....
Date: 1949-12-10 before
Description: Gridiron Club menu, mounted on board, with a "Wel-Fair Deal" cartoon by Jim (James Thomas) Berryman with President Truman playing cards and saying to a man...
Description: Journalist Robert Shaplen, facing the camera, at a bombed bridge over the Perfume River at Hue, where crowds of pedestrians and cyclists were attempting to...
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Four war correspondents pose for a gag photo. Identified (left to right) Frank Morris, Collier's Magazine; Harold Smith, Chicago Tribune; Ray...
Description: A group of kids is shown with "Roundy" Coughlin. They put on a carnival in the back yard of Jim Riphahn on Madison's east side to raise money for "Roundy's...
Description: Gordon Williams, of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Stanley J. Quinn of the Mutual Broadcasting System, pose with two indigenous men in front...
Date: 1942 ca.
Description: Informal portrait of Association Press correspondent Ernest G. Fischer while he was held at Bad Nauheim during World War II. Fischer's papers are part of t...
Description: Informal portrait of correspondent Robert M. Shaplen taken during World War II when he reported on the Pacific Theater for "Newsweek" magazine.
Description: Military personnel at an early morning briefing at the First Corps headquarters in Korea. American journalist Cecil Brown is seated next to the officer in...
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of Max Lavine, general manager of the "Superior Evening Telegram" and owner of two Wisconsin newspapers.
Description: Quarter-length studio portrait of J.A. Watrous, Milwaukee journalist and soldier.
Description: Homer Bigart, (1907-1991) award-winning journalist with the "New York Herald-Tribune" and the "New York Times" with two unidentified individuals.
Description: Bodies of Germans killed by Poles in Lemberg when the Nazis invaded Poland. American journalist Alvin Steinkopf was one of a number of journalists from neu...
Description: Correspondents in the Paris office of the Associated Press. Only Tom Williams, who is looking toward the camera, has been identified.
Description: American journalist David Schoenbrun photographed during a two-week visit to North Vietnam.
Description: Hazel Murphy Sullivan (left), editor of the Sun Prairie Star-Countryman and Wisconsin State Journal correspondent, holds the Writer's cup she was awarded b...
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