Papers, 1956-1997.

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Brinkley, David. Papers, 1956-1997.

Papers, 1956-1997.

Papers of David Brinkley, NBC news commentator, documenting newsworthy events during the period 1960-1990 through television and radio scripts, the reactions of citizens to news broadcasts and Brinkley's commentary through listener and viewer correspondence, and Brinkley's career in news media through professional correspondence, office memoranda, newspaper clippings, speeches, personal correspondence, and photographs.

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