Papers, 1889-1968.


Papers, 1889-1968.

Fragmentary personal and professional papers of a New York publicist and journalist. Includes correspondence, resumes and press releases, drafts of public relations projects, and newspaper clippings about his career, New York social life, and Naval service. Also includes materials gathered for a book about the theater's Shubert family. Professional papers include publicity records, plans, and press kits done while with General Public Relations, Inc., for "The Ann Sothern Show," "December Bride," and "The Loretta Young Show"; promotional material for "The Rifleman"; a scrapbook of his Screen Gems promotional campaign for "Father Knows Best"; press releases for NBC, 1951-1952, and station and public relations records for WPIX-TV, 1948-1951, and WNEW radio, 1959-1962. The photographs relate to Young's professional activities and his personal life.

3.0 c.f. (2 record center cartons, 1 archives box, one oversize box) and113 photographs.

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