Papers, 1936-1984.


Papers, 1936-1984.

Collection contains materials relating to Peer's work as a journalist including personal and professional correspondence, mostly while in Paris (1953-1984); diaries (1952-1956); research files used for writing articles for "Newsweek" (1964-1984); miscellaneous photographs of Paris, Peer and her father, Dr. Lyndon A. Peer (1964-1981); 2 audio cassette tapes of an interview with Brooke Shields in 1980 and 1 audio cassette tape of an interview with Armand Hammer in 1983; 2 scrapbooks (1964-1968); 1 photograph album (1978); and biographical information (1936-1984) on her father and her mother, Ruth Banghart Peer.

11.92 cubic ft. (12 boxes)

Related Entities

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Shields, Brooke, 1965-.... (person)

Peer, Elizabeth, 1936-1984. (person)

Elizabeth Clow Peer (1936-1984) worked as a reporter for "Newsweek" magazine from 1958-1984. She was the magazine's first woman foreign correspondent while in Paris from 1964-1969 and later its first woman foreign bureau chief while also in Paris from 1976-1978. Peer served as senior writer from 1978-1984. From the description of Papers, 1936-1984. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 29614154 ...

Peer, Lyndon A. (person)

Peer, Ruth. (person)

Hammer, Armand 1897- (person)

Art collector; United States. Died 1990. From the description of Armand Hammer interview, 1980 Aug. 26. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220178413 ...