William A. Casselman papers 1925-2000 1963-1968

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William A. Casselman papers, 1925-2000, 1963-1968

William A. Casselman papers 1925-2000 1963-1968

The papers document William Casselman's (1903-1989) career as a newspaperman with the New York , including correspondence, news clippings, press-passes, programs, resumes and biographical materials, an autobiographical manuscript and other writings, photographs and a sound recording. Daily News

0.75 linear feet; 2 boxes

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William A. Casselman, lifelong newspaperman, was born in Montague, Michigan in 1901. At the age of seven his family moved to Madison, Wisconsin. After graduating high school Casselman worked for a variety of newspapers throughout Wisconsin and in Baltimore. In 1925 he moved to New York to pursue his career. In 1928, after three years of working for smaller papers, Casselman was hired by the New York Daily News as a copy editor. He remained at the Daily News for the next forty years,...