James Keeley papers, 1895-1937.

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Keeley, James. James Keeley papers, 1895-1937.

James Keeley papers, 1895-1937.

Collection contains a bound collection of photocopied transcripts of letters written by James Keeley to his family, which mainly concern his coverage of World War I in England and France. Collection also contains manuscripts of speeches by Keeley, galley proofs of speeches by Keeley, an untitled manuscript by Keeley concerning international peace (ca. 1933-1934), and photographs of Keeley's Chicago apartment. Collection also holds a single photograph of Keeley, a few photocopies of letters by Keeley, and two invitations sent out by Keeley. Clippings (some by Keeley), notes, miscellaneous periodicals (some with articles by or about Keeley), miscellaneous printed materials, and a photocopy of James Webber Linn's book "James Keeley, Newspaperman" (1937) are in this collection as well.

0.55 cubic ft. (1 box) + 2 envelopes.

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Chicago Herald

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Keeley, James

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James Keeley (1867-1934) was a journalist during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Born in London, England, Keeley immigrated to the United States when he was 16 years old. He started his journalism career as Wynadotte, Kansas correspondent for the "Kansas City Times", then worked as a reporter and city editor for newspapers in Kansas City, Missouri, Memphis, Tennessee, and Louisville, Kentucky. Keeley joined the "Chicago Tribune" during the late 1880s and enjoyed a notable care...

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