Beatrice Adams Papers, 1937-1975 (S0373)
0.15 cubic foot, 6 folders, 2 photographs, 1 scrapbook
The papers of Beatrice Adams contain correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, writing samples, and biographical data relating to Adams's career as an advertising executive at Gardner Advertising and her role as an officer of the Advertising Women of St. Louis.
Advertising Women of St. Louis Records, 1916-1980 (S0372)
11 cubic feet, 249 folders, 497 photographs, 6 microfilm rolls
The Advertising Women of St. Louis Records contains meeting minutes, correspondence, annual reports, flyers, photographs, and newspaper clippings, pertaining to the group’s mission to support women advertising executives in the St. Louis area. Materials of interest include files on the group’s Gridiron dinner and show, which the Advertising Women of St. Louis hosted to benefit St. Louis area charities, including the Barnard Free Skin and Cancer Hospital. The collection is divided into five series: General Files; Gridiron Dinner; Photographs; Oversize; and Scrapbooks and Newspapers. The materials in this collection date from 1916 to 1980.
Jo-Ann Huff Albers Papers, 1977-2007 (CA6160)
17 cubic feet
Professional papers of the journalist and director of the Western Kentucky University School of Journalism and Broadcasting. Includes correspondence, photographs, programs, newspaper clippings, class evaluations, journalism education materials, newsletters, and material on first amendment issues (flag burning, freedom of speech, freedom of information), and the Equal Rights Amendment.
Donna Allen Memorial Symposium Collection, 2001 (CA6690)
7 video cassettes
Video cassettes from the Freedom Forum's Donna Allen Memorial Symposium, held in Arlington, Virginia, August 3-4, 2001.
Donna Allen Papers, 1920-1992 (C3795)
18.6 cubic feet (916 folders), 18 audio cassettes, 1 audio disc
The papers of the director of the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press and editor of Media Report to Women include professional correspondence and printed materials on sex and race discrimination cases, media stereotypes, public broadcasting, women's news, national and international women's conferences, and women in management. The papers also document Allen’s involvement in labor, civil rights, and anti-war activism.
American Women in Radio and Television, Inc., Stop Sexual Harassment Campaign Records, 1992 (C4097)
0.02 cubic feet (1 folder), 1 audio tape, 1 video cassette, 1 DVD
A public service campaign launched in 1992 by the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT) to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Marie Anderson Papers, c. 1925-1991 (C4074)
5 cubic feet (152 folders)
The papers of Marie Anderson contain material concerning her work at the Miami Herald, as well as correspondence, photographs, miscellaneous writings, clippings, and other personal and professional material.
Roberta G. Applegate Papers, 1935-1987 (C3840)
2.0 cubic feet (77 folders), 3 oversize items
The papers of Roberta Applegate consist of awards, correspondence, miscellaneous material, newspaper clippings, and speeches. Applegate was a student at Michigan State University and reporter for the Associated Press of Michigan from 1935 through 1946, first female press secretary to the governor of Michigan from 1946 through 1949, reporter and editor for the Miami Herald from 1950 to 1964, and Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication at Kansas State University in Manhattan beginning in 1964.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Papers, 1972-1988 (C4098)
0.4 cubic feet (32 folders)
The papers of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) consist of a list of elected and appointed standing committees from 1972-1988, abstracts, and papers presented at various conferences and conventions, arranged chronologically.
Clara Baldwin Papers, 1947-1993 (C3953)
0.2 cubic feet (5 folders)
The papers of Clara Baldwin, a trade reporter and published author of poetry and children’s books, consist of personal correspondence, biographical materials, published trade journal articles and poetry, and photographs.
Karen J. Ball Papers, 1980s-2020s (CA6706)
1.4 cubic feet
The papers of Karen J. Ball contain newspaper and magazine articles written by and about the donor. Also included are photographs, press badges, correspondence, and miscellaneous professional materials.
Betsy Balsley Collection, 1865-2009 (SP0062)
6 cubic feet (51 folders)
The Betsy Balsley Collection contains the personal and professional papers of Joplin, Missouri, native and Los Angeles Times Food Editor, Betsy Barr Balsley. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, newspaper articles, and various publications such as magazines and cookbooks.
Jacqui Banaszynski Papers, 1974-2000 (CA6200)
5 cubic feet
Papers of a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and journalism educator who worked for several Midwest and Pacific Northwest newspapers. Includes articles, research materials, interview notes, correspondence, and datebooks.
Tad Bartimus Papers, 1942-2020 (CA5738)
17.1 cubic feet, 123 audio cassettes, 16 video cassettes, 73 computer discs, 31 CDs, 10 DVDs, 473.05 GB of digital files, 26 oversize items
Articles, photographs, correspondence, and other writings of AP reporter Tad Bartimus. Also includes some personal material.
Tad Bartimus Interview Tapes, no date (CA6024)
2 audio cassettes, 3 CDs
Audio of a profile interview done with journalist Tad Bartimus for a class project.
Maurine Beasley Papers, 1917-2020 (CA6002)
26 cubic feet, 57 audio cassettes, 10 video cassettes, 5 DVDs, 8 computer disks, 4.14 GB of digital files, 4 oversize items
The papers of a journalism professor specializing in journalism education and women journalists include book manuscripts and research material; materials on the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication; writings on journalism education and media gender bias; and miscellaneous professional material.
Sarah Elizabeth Messer Becking Photographs, 1968-2007 (bulk 1992-2003) (C4538)
3.7 cubic feet (92 folders; 30,418 negatives; 2,891 photographs; 670 slides), 7.33 GB of digital files (4,073 jpgs, 514 tifs), 4 oversize items
The collection contains photographs taken by Sarah Messer Becking, a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, and includes prints, negatives, contact sheets, slides, and digital files. The majority of the images are of athletic events held at the University of Missouri, especially football and men’s basketball games. The collection also includes some freelance photography work, student work from her time at the university, and a small amount of personal and family material.
Gloria N. Biggs Papers, 1947-1989 (C4077)
0.2 cubic feet (4 folders)
The papers of Gloria N. Biggs, a journalist, editor, and the first woman publisher of a Gannett newspaper, the Melbourne Times in Florida in 1973, contain correspondence and clippings pertaining to her career.
Mary Kay Blakely Papers, 1970s-1990s (CA6145)
5 cubic feet
Personal papers of the author, journalist, and professor at the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Includes correspondence, research materials, published magazine and newspaper articles.
Bertha Bless Papers, 1894-1985 (C1740)
4.3 cubic feet (273 folders)
The papers of Bertha Bless consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications, convention materials, and other miscellaneous materials related to her participation in various press organizations, including the Missouri Press Women and the National Federation of Press Women. Bless, along with her husband, B.J. Bless, Jr., published the Weston Chronicle, Weston, Missouri.
Marie Daerr Boehringer Papers, 1930-1997 (C1221)
4.0 cubic feet (126 folders)
Diaries; correspondence; newspaper clippings; article; poem and story manuscripts; publications; and miscellaneous papers of a Cleveland, Ohio, journalist and poet.
Dorothy Brockhoff Papers, 1901-1998 (S1221)
0.25 cubic foot
The Dorothy Brockhoff Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, magazine and newspaper articles, and photographs, pertaining to Brockhoff’s career in journalism and public relations in the St. Louis area from 1948 to the 1990s. Known affectionately among her colleagues as “Scoop” for her enterprising reporting, Brockhoff wrote for a variety of publications, including the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, the Washington University Magazine, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Brockhoff’s articles for the Washington University Magazine garnered national attention, resulting in the National Women’s Press Association awarding her first prize for best interview story in 1974. Other materials of interest include speeches Brockhoff ghostwrote for Monsanto Chemical Company executives, as well as photographs of Brockhoff and her relatives. The papers date from 1901 to 1996.
Alice Bishop Brockman Papers, 1962-2010 (C4402)
0.2 cubic feet (5 folders)
Papers of a graduate of the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. The collection includes some correspondence and newspaper articles written by Brockman from the Maneater and the Galesburg-Register Democrat. Brockman also included two short, typed memoirs about her career.
Elizabeth "Betsey" Bruce Papers, 1975-2014 (S1224)
15 cubic feet
The Elizabeth "Betsey" Bruce papers contain television scripts, photographs, newspaper clippings, and reports, documenting her 46-year career as a television broadcaster at KMOV-TV and KTVI-TV, in St. Louis, Missouri. Subjects of interest include Bruce's reporting on school desegregation in St. Louis; Missouri Governor’s races, including the death of Governor Mel Carnahan in 2000; the St. Louis County Special School District; and prominent women in Missouri politics, including State Senator Harriet Woods. The papers date from 1971 to 2016.
Christy C. Bulkeley Papers, 1884-2009 (C4082)
8.1 cubic feet (214 folders), 1 oversize volume, 4 video cassettes
The papers of Christy C. Bulkeley, one of the first women publishers for a Gannett newspaper, contain correspondence, news clippings, speeches, writings, subject files, photographs, and a variety of miscellaneous professional and personal material.
Avis Dungan Carlson Daybooks, 1923-1943 (S0419)
1 roll microfilm
This collection contains the daybooks of Avis Carlson, writer, covering her daily life from 1923-1943. The daybooks begin in 1923 when she lived in Illinois and end in 1943 when her husband, Harry Carlson, was being transferred around the country in the United States Armed services. Carlson commented on her personal and daily routine but often referred to wider topics such as the Depression, the Dust Bowl in Kansas, international affairs, politics, the League of Women Voters, American Association of University Women, and the YWCA.
Edna Carroll Papers, 1932-1969 (S0807)
0.25 cubic foot, 5 folders
The Edna Carroll papers include schoolwork and news clippings from her time at Webster College in the 1930s. Also included in the collection are issues of Transit News, a newspaper she worked for in the 1940s.
Materials, compiled, collected, and distributed which relate to women's news issues. Topics include abortion, human reproduction, media, politics, and others.
Patricia Corrigan Papers, 1965-2009 (S0867)
5 cubic feet
The papers of Patricia Corrigan consist of scrapbooks containing newspaper articles Corrigan wrote as a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (1982-2002). Also included in the collection are books Corrigan wrote on St. Louis's culture and history, including Eating St. Louis: The Gateway City's Unique Food Culture and Wild Things: Untold Tales from the First Century of the St. Louis Zoo.
Martha Cotton Papers, 1980s-2000s (CA5480)
9.55 cubic feet, 11 video cassettes
The papers of an NBC News producer and journalist include correspondence, research materials, story files, and miscellaneous material. Includes "Volcano" and "Up Close and Personal" materials.
Denise DeClue Papers, 1960s-2000s (CA6499)
3 cubic feet, 2 audio cassettes, 2 video cassettes
The papers of a journalist, playwright, and movie and television screenwriter who graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism include news articles, scripts, contracts, lawsuit material, and audiovisual material.
Directory of Women's Media Records, 2002-2010, 2013 (CA6330)
0.4 cubic feet
Addition of directories. See also C4066.
Directory of Women's Media Records, 1975-1990 (C4066)
2.0 cubic feet (39 folders)
The collection contains the records of the publication Directory of Women's Media, and includes correspondence, advertising, and issues of the directory.
Adrienne Drell Papers, c. 1930-2006 (C4084)
10.6 cubic feet (269 folders), 1 audio cassette, 1 video cassette
The papers of Adrienne Drell contain articles, drafts, subject files, correspondence, and miscellaneous professional and personal papers of a journalist who worked for the Waukegan News-Sun and the Chicago Sun-Times, largely covering court cases. Included in the papers is material relating to cases she covered, including the Rev. L.R. Davis, Operation Greylord, and Baby Richard.
Betty Cole Dukert Papers, 1951-2014 (CA6372)
23 cubic feet, 4 oversize items
Papers of a University of Missouri School of Journalism graduate who spent much of her career working for NBC's Meet the Press from 1956-1998. She held several positions at Meet the Press and retired from the show as executive producer.
Eugenia Octavia Ellinger Papers, 1900s-1970s (CA6700)
1.0 cubic foot
The papers of Eugenia “Gene” Octavia Ellinger, one of the first women to work as an advertising copy writer in St. Louis, Missouri. The collection includes correspondence, handmade greeting cards, photographs, publications, clippings, writings, material from Gene’s 80th birthday party, and miscellaneous papers.
Eleni Epstein Papers, 1948-1987 (C3898)
0.8 cubic feet (36 folders), 19 audio cassettes
The papers of Eleni Sakes Epstein, fashion and beauty editor of the Washington Star from 1943-1981, consist of correspondence, speaking engagements, photographs, miscellaneous material pertaining to the fashion industry, Fashion in Newspapers, clippings, and audio cassette interviews with American, European, and Asian fashion designers and others.
Papers of a journalist who reported eyewitness dispatches of the terrorist attacks in New York City on September 11, 2001, for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Includes her memoir, “9/11 Remembered: A Personal Account;” hand-written reporter’s notes; copies of her published stories; photographs; correspondence; awards she received from the Milwaukee Press Club for the coverage; and other items.
Ellen Foley Papers, 1966-2011 (CA6454)
10 cubic feet
The papers of a journalist who worked for several newspapers, including the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Kansas City Star, Philadelphia Daily News, and Wisconsin State Journal, includes articles, correspondence, school papers, and miscellaneous professional material. Foley also founded the Violence Against Women Coalition (VAWC) after the death of her sister, Mary Foley, in 1988. The collection contains records of the organization.
Margaret Wolf Freivogel Papers, 1950s-2020s (CA6701)
2.0 cubic feet (5 audio cassettes, 1 video cassette, 3 compact disks, 4 computer disks, 1 flash drive), 2.33 MB of digital files
The papers of Margaret Wolf Freivogel, a reporter and editor, include correspondence, memos, press releases, material from her time spent with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and material relating to the founding of the St. Louis Beacon. Also included are miscellaneous interviews and photographs.
Mary A. Gardner Papers, 1940s-1990s (CA5740)
41 cubic feet, 3 audio cassettes, 1 audio tape, 2 films, 2 video cassettes
Papers of a professor of journalism and newspaper consultant, consisting of personal and professional correspondence and subject files, research and consulting material, photographs, and family papers.
Betty Valle Gegg Papers, 1966-2015 (CG0046)
0.01 cubic feet
The Betty Valle Gegg Papers contains original and photocopied newspaper clippings of articles written by her in the Ste. Genevieve Herald from 1966 to 2015.
Gender and Mass Media Newsletters, 1981-1993 (C4099)
0.2 cubic feet
International newsletter published in Sweden to exchange information about research and activities concerned with sex roles in mass media. Formerly titled Sex Roles Within Massmedia.
Sheila Gibbons Papers, 1964-2023 (CA5927)
6.9 cubic feet, 3 computer disks, 10 audio cassettes, 4 video cassettes, 1 DVD
Newsletters, newspaper clippings, columns, journal articles, conferences proceedings, and research papers concerning women and the media. Issues covered include marketing, women in film, news coverage of women, pornography, and women journalists.
Jerena East Giffen Papers, 1893-2008 (C4086)
2.0 cubic feet (72 folders), 3 video cassettes
The papers of a former journalist, educator, and author of several books on women in Missouri history.
Nancy L. Green Papers, 1970s-1990s (CA5097)
8 cubic feet
The professional papers of a journalism educator contain correspondence, photographs, teaching materials, papers relating to professional organizations, and miscellaneous.
Jane Harrigan Papers, 1980s (CA5007)
1.2 cubic feet, 3 audio cassettes
Manuscript, research materials, photographs, and other materials relating to her book Read All About It, an account of a day at the Boston Globe. Includes a copy of the book.
Fran Harris Papers, 1930-1976 (C1201)
1.4 cubic feet (64 folders)
The papers of Fran Harris, a journalist, broadcaster, and president of Women in Communications, Inc. (WICI), consist of correspondence, organizational records, conference materials, and photographs pertaining to Harris’s tenure as WICI vice president and president.
Jo Hartley Papers, 1968-1986 (C3976)
2.0 cubic feet (140 folders), 5 audio cassettes
The papers of the editor of COMMENT, a publication that disseminated information on research about women, include correspondence, issues of COMMENT, grant applications and reports, and notes from conferences Hartley attended.
Hazel Henderson Papers, 1968-2022 (CA6692)
87.0 cubic feet (244 video cassettes, 67 computer disks, 42 CDs, 165 DVDs, 396 audio cassettes, 2 flash drives), 2 video tapes
The papers of a journalist, nontraditional economist, environmentalist, futurist, and media executive, include publications, research files, correspondence, and audio/visual material. Also included is material she produced with her husband, Alan F. Kay.