Jack Newfield Papers 1910, 1932-2005 (bulk1964-2005)


Jack Newfield Papers 1910, 1932-2005 (bulk1964-2005)

Newspaper clippings, correspondence,notes, legal documents, drafts, manuscripts, galley proofs, diaries,appointment/date books, annotated books, audiovisual material, and photographscomprise the Jack Newfield Papers, 1910, 1932-2005 (bulk 1964-2005), and documentJack Newfield’s career as an investigative journalist and author.


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