William Allen White collection 1890-1970

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William Allen White collection 1890-1970

The William Allen White Collection contains correspondence and writings by and about native Kansan William Allen White, whose grass roots social and political editorials as editor of the earned him a Pulitzer Prize and international fame. Included in the collection, acquired by the William Allen White School of Journalism and Public Information at the University of Kansas, are many photographs of White and his associates. Emporia Gazette

2.75 linear ft (6 boxes), 2 oversize folders

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White, William Allen, 1868-1944

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White, Mary Katherine, 1904-1921.

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Emporia Gazette.

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Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964

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White, Sallie, 1869-1950

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William Allen White was born at Emporia, Kansas, on February 10, 1868, to Dr. Allen White and Mary Ann (Hatten) White. White attended the College of Emporia, and then the University of Kansas. He entered newspaper work, first in El Dorado, and later with the Kansas City Journal and the Kansas City Star . On April 27, 1893, he married Sallie Moss Lindsay of Kansas City. In 1895, the Whites moved to Emporia, Kansas, where White purchased the Emporia Gazette . The Gazette s...