Michael Arthur Gorman papers, 1920-1958.


Michael Arthur Gorman papers, 1920-1958.

Correspondence and topical files concerning his newspaper career in Flint, the role of the Flint Journal in the development of the city, the General Motors sit-down strike of 1937, and the position of automobile industry to Flint; and photographs. Correspondents include: Fred Allen, Albert E. Cobo, H.H. Curtice, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Frank D. Fitzgerald, Gerald R. Ford, E.P. Forrestal, Daniel F. Gerber, Arthur Godfrey, Tom Harmon, Harlan Hatcher, Herbert Hoover, Helen Keller, William. S. Knudsen, Ann Landers, Charles A. Lindbergh, George Montgomery, Charles S. Mott, Richard Nixon, Norman Rockwell, Dinah Shore, Kim Sigler, Lowell Thomas, Arthur Vandenberg, and G. Mennen Williams.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7361263

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