Papers, 1956-1973.


Rash, Bryson B. Papers, 1956-1973.

Papers, 1956-1973.

Papers of an award-winning news broadcaster with WRC/WRC-TV in Washington, D.C., chiefly consisting of scripts of human interest stories broadcast by "Emphasis," "Monitor," and other NBC network radio news programs, and editorials on local, national, and international news events broadcast by WRC-TV.

1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes); plusadditions of 5 tape recordings.

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