Mass Communications Subject Guide
Elie Abel (1920-2004). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, broadcaster, educator, and author, including extensive material regarding his work for NBC radio and television.
Jack Ansell (1925-1976). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, and other material from the noted author and ABC television executive, including many documents regarding ABC from the 1960s and 1970s.
Arthur Arent (1904-1972). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, film, memorabilia and other material from the acclaimed playwright, author, and producer of radio and television programs, best known as managing editor and head writer of the Living Newspaper, a program of the Federal Theatre Project in the 1930s.
Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922). Correspondence from the great Scottish inventor, father of the telephone, and Boston University professor.
Richard Clurman (1924-1996). Manuscripts, journals, diaries, and other material from the influential journalist and editor, including his media criticism and work for Time, Inc.
Norman Corwin (1910-2011). Manuscripts, correspondence, and much more from the esteemed journalist, producer, screenwriter, director, author and teacher, known for his pioneering and influential radio broadcasts.
Marshall McLuhan (1911-1980). Letters from the groundbreaking media theorist; in the Frances FitzGerald, Robert Lewis Shayon, and Leslie Fiedler Collections.
Hugh Parry (1916-1997). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the noted author and sociologist, including Parry's writings on public opinion and propaganda.
Robert Lewis Shayon (1912-2008). Manuscripts, audio and video recordings, correspondence, and much more from the legendary radio and television producer, director, broadcaster, media historian, and critic.
George W.S. Trow (1943-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, memorabilia, and other items from the recognized author and critic, including his influential essay Within the Context of No Context and his memoir/essay My Pilgrim's Progress: Media Studies, 1950-1998.