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Journalism -- Oklahoma

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Edith Cherry Johnson Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-319
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Journalist. Correspondence (1922-1945) from Johnson's readers concerning their personal problems and their opinions about her column in the Daily Oklahoman; typescripts (1934-1948) of articles by Johnson; clippings (1919-1951) from her columns and from articles about her; letters (1921) endorsing Oklahoma state senator John Golobie for the post of American Minister to Yugoslavia; and papers (1949-1950) from Johnson's tenure as Secretary of Oklahoma Goodwill Industries, Inc. Edith Cherry Johnson Photograph Collection also in repository.

Dates: 1919-1951

Fayette Copeland, Jr., Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-933
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University of Oklahoma professor. Correspondence (1841-1968); research notes concerning George Wilkins Kendall, Kate Barnard, and journalism in New Orleans following the Civil War; book reviews (1910-1961); publications (1886-1961); and manuscripts (1892-1953) of Fayette Copeland, Edith Copeland, and others, regarding the University of Oklahoma School of Journalism, the Copelands' writings, and George Wilkins Kendall. Included in this collection are typescripts of correspondence, financial records and personal journals of Kendall.

Dates: 1841-1961

Louise Beard Moore Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-2177
Scope and Contents FULL FINDING AID (PDF)Professor and journalist. Correspondence, memoirs, and professional papers (1890-1991) of Louise Beard Moore and her husband, Morris Price Moore, and the papers of their relatives, Richard Benjamin Moore, May Cannon Moore, Virgil Byron Beard, and others. These papers concern the Oklahoma and Tennessee newspapers and publications on which Louise and Morris worked, including the University of Oklahoma's "Oklahoma Daily" and "The Sooner" yearbook; the papers also include Louise Beard Moore's teaching files (1957-1972), her newspaper subject files, and correspondence (1968-1971) regarding the Oklahoma Memorial Association and Oklahoma Hall of Fame. The family papers relate to the wheat farming and rural life of Virgil Byron Beard in Bison, Oklahoma; and the life and work of Richard Benjamin Moore and May Cannon Moore in McKenzie,...
Dates: 1890-1991