Papers, 1938-2001 (ongoing) (bulk 1961-1990).

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Papers, 1938-2001 (ongoing) (bulk 1961-1990).

Papers include biographical material; personal and professional correspondence; photographs; published and unpublished writings; research files; audiovisual material; and memorabilia. Early material includes memorabilia and writings from her youth. The bulk of the material were produced in the 1960s and provide a comprehensive picture of Brown's intertwined personal and professional lives, as editor, writer, and celebrity. The Cosmopolitan series includes correspondence, editorial files, advertising, and publicity materials. There are also speeches and scripts from her radio and television appearances. A large selection of photographs include images of celebrity friends, some by famous photographers. There is extensive correspondence from celebrities, publishers, fans, and others. Correspondents include Edward Koch, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, and Barbara Walters.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7608813

Smith College, Neilson Library

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Koch, Ed, 1924-2013

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Edward Irving Koch (December 12, 1924 – February 1, 2013) was an American politician, lawyer, political commentator, film critic, and television personality. He served in the United States House of Representatives from 1969 to 1977 and was mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989. Koch was a lifelong Democrat who described himself as a "liberal with sanity". The author of an ambitious public housing renewal program in his later years as mayor, he began by cutting spending and taxes and cuttin...

Walters, Barbara, 1929-

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Bernard Geis Associates

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Bennack, Frank A.

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Pogrebin, Letty Cottin

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Born in New York City, 9 June 1939. Graduated from Brandeis University in 1959. She began her career in book publishing as an editorial assistant and director of publicity and subsidiary rights at the publishing house of Bernard Geis Associates. Her journalistic career has included freelance writing for the New York Times, TV Guide, Boardroom Reports, and Good Housekeeping, among others. She contributed "The Working Woman" column to Ladies' Home Journal from 1971 to 1981. A founder of Ms. magazi...

Taylor, Elizabeth, 1932-2011

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Brown, Helen Gurley

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Editor; Advertising copywriter; Journalist; Author; Secretary. Born Helen Gurley in Green Forest, Arkansas, 1922. She graduated from Woodbury Business College (Los Angeles) in 1941 and worked as a secretary and, later, as an advertising copywriter. She married editor and film executive, David Brown in 1959. She published her controversial best seller, Sex and the Single Girl (1962) and became editor of Cosmopolitan, formerly a failing general-interest magazine, in 1965. ...

National Abortion Rights Action League

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Reynolds, Burt

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Hearst Books (Firm)

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Historical note The Los Angeles Examiner was founded in December 1903 by William Randolph Hearst. A morning paper, it printed its last issue on January 7, 1962. The paper closed at the same time as the Times-Mirror afternoon paper the Los Angeles Mirror . These closures left the Los Angeles Times as the only significant morning newspaper in Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Evening Herald & Express, another Hearst paper, as the only signifi...