Rowland Evans Jr. and Robert D. Novak papers, 1948-2008.

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Rowland Evans Jr. and Robert D. Novak papers, 1948-2008.

Papers, 1948-2008, of Rowland Evans Jr. (1921-2001) and Robert D. Novak (1931-2009), one of the nation's longest journalistic partnerships. Evans and Novak were best known for their newspaper column "Inside Report" and the "Evans & Novak" cable television program. Novak alone was known for work on the "Crossfire" and "Capital Gang" television programs. Documentation of their joint and individual writing and reporting includes a complete run of "Inside Report" with an index; transcripts, video, and audio documentation of "Evans & Novak;" articles, newsletters, drafts, and research material for freelance writings and books such as "The Agony of the GOP," "Lyndon B. Johnson: the Exercise of Power," "Nixon in the White House," and Novak's lengthy autobiography, "The Prince of Darkness." Supplementing the writings and reporting are extensive subject files containing additional interviews and primary and secondary research material on many topics. Research on the presidencies of Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, and William Clinton is particularly strong. Also included are reader and viewer mail, general correspondence, political polls, scheduling files, and some separate files of Rowland Evans.

145.4 c.f. (132 record center cartons, 32 archives boxes, 1 card box, and 2 flat boxes),148 tape recordings,0.6 c.f. of photographs (1 archives box and 1 flat box),120 videorecordings, and6 DVDs.

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