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OSB 1- B3A, C1, Top
OSB 2- 134, 3, Front
OSB 3- 134, 3, Front
OSB 4- 134, 3, Front
OSB 5- 134, 3, Back
OSB 6- B3A, C1, Top
OSB 7- 134, 3, Back
OSB 8- 134, 3, Back
OSB 9- B3A, C1, Top
OSB 10- B3A, 5B, 6
OSB 11- B3A, 5B, 6
OSB 12- B3A, 5B, 6
OSF 1- 134, 3, Front
OSF 2- 703, MC
Box 1- 014837
Case 1- 704, 1, 5
Typewriter- Rm 703

undated image of Journalism Museum
Interior of the Journalism Museum, n.d.
C:11/13/3 Box 1 FF 3

Record Group: 11 C
Record Sub-Group: 28
Records Title: UMC; School of Journalism; Museum and Library Collection
Dates: 1873-1980, bulk 1920-1958
Volume: 9 and 2/3 cubic feet, 12.08 linear feet

Scope and Content Note:

(A07-26)
This Record Sub-Group contains collected and donated materials from the School of Journalism Library and the School's former museum. The collection includes documents pertaining to the 50th Anniversary of the School of Journalism, articles by various journalists, medals and certificates awarded the School of Journalism and its students, government resolutions and documents pertaining to the School of Journalism, artifacts donated to the School of Journalism, Freedom of the Press 4-cent commemorative stamps, documents connected to several deans of the School of Journalism, various newspapers containing articles regarding the University of Missouri and the School of Journalism, portraits of journalists, graduates, and others in connection with the School of Journalism, scrapbooks donated to the School of Journalism, and 2-inch video recordings of lectures from 1962-1970.
Note to Researcher: University Archives does not currently have the capability to play back the 2-inch video tapes described in this collection. The 2-inch video, Item 1 from OSB 10, has been transferred to Digital Video and DVD formats.

Historical Note:

Many of the documents and artifacts found in the collection were originally housed in the journalism museum. The collection was first located in the Council Room, on the first floor next to the journalism library in Neff Hall. In 1937, the journalism museum was moved to the Historical Room on the second floor of the newly constructed Journalism Archway/Walter Williams Tower. The exact dates of the journalism museum's existence are unknown, but on Jan. 9, 1948, the School of Journalism received a donation of $3,673.99 from Anna Belle Todd. The donation was given in the name of Ernest McClary Todd, whose name was henceforth attached to the museum. On June 1, 1951, several of the museum's documents were transferred to the School of Journalism Library and the University's main (Ellis) library.

Series Descriptions:

This Record Sub-Group is divided into three series.

Series One contains portraits and photographs of various University graduates and prominent journalists. Also included in this series are unidentified glass photographic negatives.

Series Two contains anniversary material of the School of Journalism, the bulk of which is related to the School's 50th Anniversary.

Series Three contains awards, donations and memorabilia given to and collected by the School of Journalism. Included are two scrapbooks, various newspapers, Freedom of the Press commemorative stamps, proclamations and certificates given to the School of Journalism, and William Randolph Hearst awards.

Series Outline:

1. Portraits and Photographs

2. Anniversaries

3. Awards, Donations and Memorabilia

Inventory

Series One - Portraits and Photographs
OSB 1

FF 1 - C.P. Scott (editor of the Manchester Guardian), n.d.; Mark Sullivan, 04/09/1935; William Hay, n.d.

FF 2 - Fred S. Ferguson, 12/14/1939; Barry Bingham, n.d.; Louis Wiley, 09/17/1924; Warren G. Harding, n.d.

FF 3 - Reproduction of a painting of James P. Jamieson, January 1927

FF 4 - B.W. Fleisher, n.d.; Lord Alfred Northcliffe, 02/28/1922

FF 5 - Three unidentified portraits and one of Frank Luther Mott, n.d.

FF 6 - Roscoe B. Ellard ca. 1939; Mrs. Veda Ellard, 1939; Letters from Ralph Fairchild regarding the photographs as gifts to Dean Earl English, 12/11/1967

FF 7 - Jack Shelley, 1948

FF 8 - Wallace Crossley, 1939

FF 9 - David Mathias Warren, 1943

FF 10 - John S. Knight, 1949; Oveta Culp Hobby, 1950; [?] Buraham, 10/27/1923

FF 11 - Joyce Swan, 1948; Frank Luther Mott, n.d.

FF 12 - Richard H. Amberg, n.d.; J. Alex Morris, 1959

FF 13 - Inez Robb, 04/27/1959

FF 14 - George Yates, 1959.

FF 15 - William Laurence (journalist for the New York Times and witness to the Trinity Test of the Manhattan Project), 1947

FF 16 - Three portraits of Frederic William Goudy (founder of the Camelot Press). One is inscribed to Dean Earl English, one dated 1944, the third portrait inscribed to Dean Mott is of Goudy in his workshop, 1936

FF 17 - Six pictures of figurines demonstrating how the Columbia Missourian brings the news of the country to the people, signed "Wolcott", n.d.

FF 18 - Col. George Knapp, n.d.; Chester S. Lord (managing editor of The Sun), New York, n.d.

FF 19 - Group photograph with signatures of all photographed, n.d.; Alice Stone Blackwell (founder of the Women's Journal), n.d.; John Cowles (publisher and chairman of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune Co.), n.d.

FF 20 - John R. Morris, 1944; Sloner Davis, 1949; L.M. White, 1943; Charles Nutter, 1944; William E. Freeland, 1945

FF 21 - Photograph of a School of Journalism Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism (front and back), n.d.

Series One - Portraits and Photographs (cont'd)
OSF 1

Item 1 - Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Stephens and daughter Mary at the Pyramids of Giza, n.d.
Note to Archivist: A digital scan of OSF 1, Item 1 has been made. A CD containing this scan along with four ovesized scans from Collection C:1/12/2 is stored with Digital Media in room 704.

Item 2 - Over-sized, portrait-drawing of Bill Corum (University of Missouri Alumnus, sportscaster and president of the American Turf Association and Churchill Downs), n.d.

Series One - Portraits and Photographs (cont'd)

Case 1 - A case containing 142 glass photographic negatives. Images include nature, cities, portraits, maps, cartoons, ships, rivers, pressrooms featuring press operators, and images of early printing devices. Most of the images are unlabeled and undated

Series Two - Anniversaries
OSB 2

Item 1 - Metal stamphead "Columbia, MO Sept. 22 1958, 9AM, First Day of Issue," used for the 50th Anniversary of the School of Journalism.

Item 2 - 75th Anniversary metal stamphead, 1983

Item 3 - 50th Anniversary Dish "Golden Jubilee" with a picture of an anniversary envelope printed on the front, 1958

Item 4 - 50th Anniversary Dish from the Press Congress of the World, 03/2-4/1959

Item 5 - Souvenir faux leather bag with "California Alumni Round-up '58" written on the front. This bag held money raised by a round-robin letter for the 50th anniversary fund from the 14 alumni living in California.

Item 6 - Journalism Week Badge worn by Willis Brown in 1932, presented to Dean Earl English during the 1966 Journalism Week

Item 7 - School of Journalism mug sold during the 50th Anniversary year (1958-59) with a picture of a dog that says "I wuv 'J' Skool!"

Item 8 - Gold 50th Anniversary of the School of Journalism banner with black print, 1958

FF 1 - 50th Anniversary California Alumni Round-up Register and two small photographs of alumni, 1958

FF 2 - Postcard with a stamp of an enlarged Freedom of the Press commemorative stamp; Card from the National Geographic Society saluting the School of Journalism on it's 50th Anniversary; Sixteen envelopes commemorating the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary with stamps containing information cards about the School of Journalism and the issuance of the Freedom of the Press commemorative stamps; Ten 50th Anniversary envelopes with commemorative stamps and First Day of Issue cancellation; Nine envelopes with standard 50th Anniversary drawings with block of four commemorative stamps and First Day cancellation containing information cards; One envelope with a block of two commemorative stamps, First Day cancellation and information card; One envelope with one commemorative stamp, First Day cancellation and a handwritten address on the front and back of the envelope; Two copies of the 50th Anniversary calendar of events; One letter-size envelope with the Press Congress of the World seal; Seven copies of the Golden Anniversary brochure; One small program with commemorative stamp and First Day cancellation, 1958

FF 3 - Twelve copies of the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary placement, eleven with the First Day cancellation and the Freedom of the Press stamp, one placemat without the cancellation and stamp, 1958

Item 9 - Large red and white 75th Anniversary of the School of Journalism banner, 1983

Item 10 - Proclamation to the School of Journalism students of the presentation of lounge furnishings from the Northwest Missouri Press Association on the 50th Anniversary. Approved Jan. 1959 and presented Jan. 1961

FF 4 - Columbia Missourian, 05/08/1958 and Columbia Missourian, 05/02/1958

Item 11 - University of Missouri School of Journalism guest book, 1958

Series Two - Anniversaries (cont'd)
OSB 3

Envelope 1 - 37 copies of programs for School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary celebrations, all bearing first day cancellations and one 4-cent Freedom of the Press stamps

Envelope 2 - 76 copies of large official programs for the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary celebrations, all bearing first day cancellations and plate blocks of four 4-cent Freedom of the Press stamps

Envelope 3 - 29 copies of large official programs for the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary celebrations, all with first day cancellations and one 4-cent Freedom of the Press stamps

Envelope 4 - 61 copies of large official program for the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary celebrations, all in envelopes with one 4-cent Freedom of the Press stamps and first day cancellations

FF 1 - Six copies of the Opening Day Ceremonies pamphlet for the 19th Annual Observance of National Newspaper Week, 10/01/1958 during the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary year

FF 2 - Official invitation to the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary ceremonies bearing four 4-cent Freedom of the Press stamps and one 15-cent air mail stamp; Missouri Press News, (September 1958 edition with an enlarged image of the Freedom of the Press stamp on the cover); Two copies of the official large School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary program without an envelope, stamps or first day cancellation; One large program envelope (empty) with a plate block of four 4-cent Freedom of the Press stamps and first day cancellation, 1958

FF 3 - Copy of Salute with a front page dedication to the School of Journalism on it's 50th Anniversary, May 1959

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia
OSB 4

FF 1 - Recollections of August Wuerz as recorded by his son, August Wuerz, Jr. Presented to the School of Journalism by August Wuerz's grandson William C. Lengel in 1961

Item 1 - Booklet entitled "An Ideal Location for the NAB Research and Training Center University of Missouri" designed to encourage the construction of the facility, 1961. Printed inside are letters from Stuart Symington, Edward V. Long, John M. Dalton, and Elmer Ellis. Discusses the location, the National Freedom of Information Center, KOMU-TV station facilities, the expanding research facilities of the University, training facilities, and members of staff including William Stephenson, Earl English, Frank Luther Mott, Edward C. Lambert, Barton Griffith and Paul Fisher, Jr.

FF 2 - Correspondence in relation to item above, 1961. Letters to Donald H. McGannon, President of Westinghouse Broadcasting Co., Inc., to Edward C. Lambert, and to NAB Research and Training Center Committee from KCMO broadcasting, Time-Life Broadcast, Inc., H-R Television, Inc., Radio Station WDGY, Kenyon & Eckhardt Inc., CBS Films, Inc., KMBC/KFRM, WDAF, and KXEO

FF 3 - National Editorial Association bulletins No. 20 and No. 31; National Editorial Association Official Brochure; Special Trains to 42nd Annual National Convention, 06/12-25/1927; Who's Who Members attending National Editorial Association in St. Augustine, Florida 03/10-12/1921

FF 4 - Free and Responsible Press publication by the Commission on Freedom of the Press, April 1947

FF 5 - Freedom of the Press commemorative 4-cent stamps, 1958

FF 6 - Four US postage stamps commemorating Journalists and the Press

FF 7 - The Indiana Publisher with a picture of the Freedom of the Press stamp on the cover, September 1958

FF 8 - Editor's Forum, a publication of the Georgia Press Association with a picture of the Freedom of the Press stamp on the cover, September 1958

Item 2 - Protective folder from the US Post Office with a sheet of 4-cent Journalism-Freedom of the Press commemorative stamps, 1958

FF 9 - Copy of a list of first day cover designs issued throughout the country for Journalism and the Freedom of the Press stamp for the School of Journalism's 50th Anniversary, 1958

FF 10 - University Missourian January 1873 and two copies of The Daily Missourian, 05/18/1917, with letter to Dean Earl English from Florence Willis (donor), 1956

FF 11 - Four State Proclamations, all regarding University of Missouri's School of Journalism. One is signed by Missouri Governor, Christopher Bond, and Secretary of State, James Kirkpatrick. One is signed by the Speaker of the House Bob F. Griffin, 82nd General Assembly. One is Senate Resolution No. 42 signed by Secretary of Senate, Joseph A. Bauer, 70th General Assembly. The last is signed by John E. Scott, President Pro Tem of the 82nd General Assembly. Included is correspondence by Jim Atwater

FF 12 - Proclamation from Mexico City, 08/10/1931, regarding the Regional Press Conference. The document mentions Robert Bell of Christchurch, New Zealand. Signed by Bell, Walter Williams, et. al.; Original drawing of the entryway of the School of Journalism by C. Pica with documentation and delivery receipt, 1948; A copy of the "Journalist's Creed" by Walter Williams, translated to Japanese, 1930

FF 13 - News Police Platform of Noland, Weathersby, Fuller, and Hiler; Lucius W. Nieman Fellowship Award document from Harvard University to Roy M. Fisher 1950-51; Document appointing Roy M. Fisher Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserve on 07/15/1951, signed by the Secretary of the Navy 02/29/1952; Inter-American Press Association document on Ethics of Journalism with a paragraph from a speech by Ezequiel P. Paz, editor and publisher of "La Prensa" of Buenos Aires 10/18/1925; Certificate from Kappa Tau Alpha authorizing the establishment of a fraternity at the University of Missouri as the Frank Luther Mott Chapter, 03/10/1910; Certificate to Missouri School of Journalism from the National Association of Newspapers of Peru, 10/10/1956; Certificate to the University of Missouri on the visit of Don C. Humberto Silva, 10/20/1944; Photograph sheet of the University of Missouri exhibit at the International Press exhibition in Cologne, Germany, 1928.
Note to Archivist: A digital scan of the Kappa Tau Alpha certificate is stored with Digital Formats in Room 704.

FF 14 - Globe-Democrat Sunday Magazine, (with the Freedom of the Press commemorative cover and an extra cut-out of information about the cover), 09/21/1958; Banquet Extra edition Columbia Missourian, 05/04/1956; Columbia Missourian, regarding 100th Anniversary of the University, 01/30/1939; Six copies, each with a different front page, of the anniversary edition of the 100th Anniversary of the University on the 13th year of Columbia Missourian, 01/20/1939

Item 4 - School of Journalism 1982 Journalism Week hat, yellow with black print

Item 5 -Kappa Tau Alpha ribbon, n.d.

Item 6 - MU Bulletin, Vol. 35, No. 24, J-Series No. 71, 7th edition 1934. Mrs. Walter Williams copy with her name signed on the cover. Inside are additions and death notations made by Mrs. Williams

Item 7 - Homecoming edition of the Columbia Evening Missourian," 11/12/1921

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 5

Item 1 - Male Kimono, black with white design

Item 2 - Hand sewn Chinese Communist flag with a newspaper article dated 12/29/1951 about Major James Alford who secured the flag in Sinmak, North Korea during the Korean War and presented it to the School of Journalism (Alford was a 1946 MU graduate and Columbia native)

Item 3 - Rolled Asian scroll, n.d.

Item 4 - Rolled Asian scroll, n.d.

FF 1 - Specimen proof of the history of a Christian Church written in Japanese calligraphy first produced by a Japanese writer and published by the Christian Literature Society of Japan. The author is Professor N. Kashiwai of the Tokyo Presbyterian Theological School. Included are four pieces of correspondence regarding the proof, 1914

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 6

Item 1 - Two glass photograph slides of an ice storm, one entitled "Trees Fallen," and the other "Ice Storm", n.d.

Item 2 - 125th MPA convention Press badge worn by Chancellor Haskell Monroe, 09/19-21/1991

FF 1 - Translation of a poem composed by Viscount Shibusawa and presented to the School of Journalism, 1927

FF 2 - Four typed articles by William Philip Simms regarding the Philippines with a letter to the editors and a history of the Philippines, December 1932; Five articles written by Ernie Pyle concerning the Panama Canal, January 1940

FF 3 - Three pennants from Radio Beijing, n.d.

FF 4 - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre (New York columnist and financial donor to the School of Journalism), n.d.

FF 4A - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4B - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4C - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4D - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4E - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4F - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4G - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 4H - Drafts of articles with edits by O.O. McIntyre, (cont'd)

FF 5 - Copies of certificates given to guest speakers by the School of Journalism initiating them into the "Order of the Roaring Lions." Includes a letter from the School of Journalism Placement Director, Robert Haverfield, explaining the certificates, 1974

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 7

FF 1 - Miniature reproductions of late 19th and early 20th Century newspapers. Included are the St. Joseph, Missouri Daily Gazette, 8/23/1881; the Burlington, Iowa Burlington Hawk-eye, 02/05/1882; the Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City Daily Times, 03/20/1882 and the London Daily Telegraph, 11/08/1920, with a note to Dean Walter Williams written on the front page

FF 2 - The Banquet News and The Banquet News (2nd edition), 05/05/1916; University Missourian, November 1877 and 11/25/1915 editions

FF 3 - Freedom of Information Conference advertisement; Basic information on the Freedom of Information Center; Ten copies of the Freedom of Information Center Publication, numbers 00-09

FF 4 - Two copies of the Daily Missourian (Vol. 1, No. 1), 04/04/1908

FF 5 -Photograph of the first newspaper account of the plan which instituted in 1869, at Washington College, the first collegiate instruction in Journalism. The article was originally printed in the Virginia Gazette on 08/18/1869

FF 6 - Article entitled "J-School Publishes Fax Paper" n.d.; Missouri Fax, 07/16/1948; MU Fax, 2/24/1950; MU Fax, 04/18/1950

FF 7 - The St. Louis Republic, (front page with article about Journalism Week), 05/09/1915; "The American Press, (front page article about Journalism Week), 05/01/1915; Die Welt (front page article about being the only non-American prizewinner, featuring a photograph of Die Welt journalists at the University of Missouri, 05/03/1967; University Missourian, 09/14/1908; Columbia Missourian, (front page article about death of Walter Williams), 07/30/1935

FF 8 - American Press certificate of membership to the University of Missouri, 09/07/1958; Letter to Dean Fisher from Donald V. Seibert (Chairman of the Board of J.C. Penney); 03/17/1980. Missouri Press Association Resolution signed 11/18/1938 by the Convention Assembly commending the University and the School of Journalism on its 30th Anniversary

Item 1 - The Daily Missouri Editor, June 6, 7, 9, 10/1896. Published during the Missouri Press Association Convention as a gift of L.M. White (president of Mexico, Missouri Ledger), donated 10/16/1953

Item 2 - Photostat copies of the first Missourian run on the newly acquired Duplex Printing Press, 12/31/1928

Item 3 - Two bundles of 3"x5" index cards from the Ernest McClary Todd Museum. These cards provide various levels of description, location, and donor information, for the documents and artifacts housed in the museum. The cards are undated but were printed in 1951, and indicate transfers of many of these items to the Journalism Library and the University's main (Ellis) library.

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 8

Item 1 - Scrapbook of clippings about the Spanish-American War of 1898. The book was a gift from Reverend Edmonton B. Wilkes (University of Missouri Alumnus), donated 07/03/1924

Item 2 - Four 12-inch transcription disc recordings of the Charles Ross portrait presentation. Ross was a graduate of the University, a School of Journalism faculty member and Press Secretary to President Truman, 2/12/1952

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 9

Item 1 - Historical album presented to the School of Journalism in 1965 by the Stamford Mercury (founded in 1695). Includes photographed articles regarding American history from the American Revolution through the assassination of President Garfield, 09/23/1881, photographs of Stamford, England and the Stamford Mercury, and a letter from the Marques of Exeter regarding the University honoring the Stamford Mercury, 05/03/1965

Item 2 - Envelope containing various photographs of Stamford, England and the recognition ceremony of the University of Missouri honoring the Stamford Mercury; Two facsimile copies of the 11/14/1717 edition of the Stamford Mercury with editing marks on the covers; Photograph of the front page of the earliest preserved issue of the Stamford Mercury; Letter to Dean Earl English from David Newton, 05/14/1965

FF 1 - Letter to Dean Earl English from David Newton regarding the scrapbook given to the School of Journalism by the Stamford Mercury (Item 1 - OSB 9), 10/29/1973.

FF 2 - Draft copy of the story of the Stamford Mercury postage and revenue stamps; Small envelope containing photographic negatives of the recognition ceremony; Mercury Story, a brief history; Copy of the front page of the Stamford Mercury, 11/14/1717; Story of the Stamford Mercury Postage and Revenue stamps; Copy of a postage stamp with Stamford Mercury cancellation; Photograph of a Stamford, England street; Aerial view photograph of Stamford, England; Letter to Dean Earl English about the visit to the University of Missouri, n.d.

FF 3 - Missouri Mercury newspaper with a special cover published with the Stamford Mercury to mark the visit to Stamford by members of the Missouri Press Association and the School of Journalism, 06/11/1966; Stamford Mercury, 06/17/1966; Stamford Mercury (two copies of pages 3-18 only, opened to page 11 article about the School of Journalism honoring the paper), 05/14/1965; Stamford Mercury (two copies), 05/28/1965; Stamford Mercury (two copies of the front page), 5/14/1965; Stamford Mercury (front page only), 05/07/1965; Stamford Mercury, 05/07/1965; Stamford Mercury (two copies of the front page), 06/11/1965

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 10

Item 1 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy Editing I "Copyeditor's Tools", Dr. Spencer, 25:50, July 11, 1969 (Digital Video and DVD formats available)

Item 2 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy Editing #35 "Hot and Cold Type", Dr. Spencer w/Dean English, 25:30, October 24, 1969

Item 3 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy Editing I "Introduction", Dr. Spencer, September 15, 1969 26:53

Item 4 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy Editing Lecture 20 "Journalism Ethics", 31:40, January 12, 1970

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 11

Item 1 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #18, Newspaper Law, 42:57, November 15, 1962

Item 2 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #28, Makeup No. 2: Bickley, 41:10, January 14, 1963

Item 3 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #19, Crime and Controversy, 43:05, April 4, 1963

Item 4 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #32, Broadcast Editing Eric Engberg, 26:41, December 8, 1967

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSB 12

Item 1 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #5, Dean Earl F. English, 42:06, February 14, 1963

Item 2 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #20, The Journalist's Creed, 43:39, April 9, 1963

Item 3 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #27, Frontpage Makeup #1 w/Bickley, 44:55, January 10, 1963

Item 4 - 2-inch Video Tape: Copy 1 #17, Frank L. Mott: Dean Emeritus, 45:25, September 28. 1962

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
Box 1

Item 1 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Distinguished Achievement Award in the field of Journalism to the University of Missouri, 1962

Item 2 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award to the University of Missouri, Third Place over all, 1962-1963

Item 3 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award in Journalism, Third Place, 1973-1974 National Writing Championship to Melanie Steward, the University of Missouri

Item 4 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award, Third Place, 1976-1977 National Photojournalism Championship to Robert Dickerson, the University of Missouri

Item 5 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award, First Place, 1970-1971 National Photojournalism championship to James G. Domke, the University of Missouri

Item 6 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Finalist Award to the University of Missouri's School of Journalism, 1970-1971, in the Intercollegiate Writing Competition

Item 7 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Finalist Award to the University of Missouri's School of Journalism, 1973-1974, in the Intercollegiate Writing Competition

Item 8 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award, Fourth Place 1973-1974 National Photojournalism Championship to Kathy Andrisevic, the University of Missouri

Item 9 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Finalist Award, 1969-1970, to the University of Missouri's School of Journalism in the Intercollegiate Writing Competition

Item 10 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award, Second Place, 1979-1980 National Photojournalism Championship to Michael Bryant, the University of Missouri

Item 11 - William Randolph Hearst Foundation Distinguished Achievement Award in the field of Journalism, Third Place over all, 1963-1964

Item 12 - J.C. Penney-University of Missouri, 1961 Journalism Awards Dish

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)
OSF 2

Item 1 - Certificate presented to Dean Walter Williams by the Missouri Press Association in recognition of his services performed for the advancement of the press in the world at large. Lists names of MPA members who share in the presentation of Dean Williams portrait to the Missouri State Historical Society on the School of Journalism's 10th Anniversary, 1918

Item 2 - Paper scroll of a poem written by Vice-Premier of the Chinese National Government, H.H. Kung, presented to the School of Journalism through T.C. T'ang (M.A. 1933). A literal English version of the poem translated by the author is included.

Series Three - Awards, Donations and Memorabilia (cont'd)

Typewriter - A Remington, Smith-Premier Typewriter thought to have belonged to Walter Williams, ca. 1916

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