Papers of Frank T. Nye, 1942-1983.

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Nye, Frank T., 1912-1983. Papers of Frank T. Nye, 1942-1983.

Papers of Frank T. Nye, 1942-1983.

The papers of Frank Nye relate to his career with The Cedar Rapids Gazette. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and subject files. There are three boxes of correspondence including letters from: James E. Bromwell, John C. Culver, Jay N. Darling, John M. Henry, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Harold E. Hughes, Herschel C. Loveless, Jack Miller, Robert D. Ray, Tom Riley, Fred Schwengel, David O. Shaff, and Harrison Weber. There are subject files relating to specific individuals and topics. Herbert Hoover was of special interest to Nye and there are a number of folders relating to him. The subject files range from apportionment and politics to the Iowa legislature and the University of Iowa. Copies of Nye's professional writings are represented with over thirteen boxes of his articles which appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, and other national publications.

Papers, 18 linear ft., (36 boxes)Photographs, 0.5 linear ft., (1 box)

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Culver, John C., 1932-....

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