Howard L. Chernoff papers, 1936-1982.

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Howard L. Chernoff papers, 1936-1982.

The collection contains professional and personal correspondence; transcripts of radio broadcasts; photographs; scrapbooks and clippings; and subject files and other materials on Japan, Vietnam, Outer Mongolia, Iran, and zoos.

12.54 cubic ft. (26 boxes)

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Expo (International Exhibitions Bureau) (1970 : Osaka, Japan)

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United States Information Agency

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Chernoff, Howard L.

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Howard L. Chernoff (1907-) was a newspaper and radio journalist. After an early career in Ohio newspapers, he became general manager of the West Virginia Network in 1938 and reported by radio from Europe during World War II. After the war, Chernoff moved to San Diego to be general manager of the San Diego Journal and KFMB radio and television stations. In 1965 he became assistant director of the U.S. Information Agency. Chernoff was also president of the San Diego Zoological Society and commissi...