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Journalism -- Texas

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Robert Compton Papers

Identifier: SWWC-107
Abstract The Robert Compton papers span 1955-2008 and document the career of the well-respected and long-time Books editor of the Dallas Morning News. The bulk of the collection is the correspondences from book reviewers, journalists, and authors, including Jim Lehrer, Larry McMurtry, Rick Bass, and William Goyen. This collection also is comprised of documents that pertain to the inner-workings of the Dallas Morning News, including changes in writing styles pertaining to race and gender. The...
Dates: 1955-2008

Stephen Harrigan Papers

Identifier: SWWC-012

The collection is composed of 21 boxes of manuscripts, galley proofs, notes, clippings, correspondence, artwork, financial and legal papers, screenplays, photographs and artifacts, spanning from 1971 to 2000, that document Stephen Harrigan's writing career.

Dates: 1971-2000

It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll Collection

Identifier: SWWC-135

Ron Young, longtime music journalist, songwriter and, musician grew up in San Antonio, Texas, and was the founder and publisher of the pioneering indie music newspaper It’s Only Rock ’N’ Roll. The publication chronicled the rise of punk and New Wave music in San Antonio and Austin, as well as local and regional rock ’n’ roll, blues and heavy metal acts.

Dates: 1978 - 1982

Maury Maverick, Jr. Papers

Identifier: SWWC-136

Printed material, correspondences, photographs, scrapbooks, awards, personal files, 1920’s to 2003, document the life and activities of Maury Maverick Jr. Organized into series for photographs, correspondences, biographical material, Israel, and written works by Maverick.

Dates: 1920 - 2003

Joe Nick Patoski Additions

Identifier: UPWC-07154

Writing and artifacts pertaining to the literary career of Joe Nick Patoski.

Dates: 1963-2011, undated

Joe Nick Patoski Papers

Identifier: SWWC-029

Typescripts, correspondence, clippings, photographs, sound recordings, printed material, handwritten notes, ephemera, and artifacts, 1929 to 1998 (bulk 1975-1995), created and maintained by Joe Nick Patoski, document much of his writing career, as well as some aspects of his business and personal life.

Dates: 1929-1998; Majority of material found within 1975-1995

SMC 0102. Dick J. Reavis blog essays , 2008 - 2010

Collection Overview From the Collection: Small Manuscript Collections consists of material acquired by the Wittliff either through gift or purchase that are not part of larger collections. They are often indiidual items or small groups of items relating to a particular author, musician, photographer, or topic. Types of material include: manuscripts; letters; photographs; ephemera such as pamphlets, brouchures or cataloges; reports; historical documents; and other printed material. Each item or group of items is assigned a unique...
Dates: 2008 - 2010

Texas Monthly Editorial Records

Identifier: UPWC-02059

This collection includes editorial files for Texas Monthly issues. The files are arranged chronologically by issue (Date, Year) and are described a tthe box-level. Content of the files per issue vary, but most include fact-check files, author research and notes, inter-office memos, and other materials generated in the composition and publication of feature articles for a particular issue of the magazine.

Dates: 1976 - 2018

Texas Monthly Magazine Archive

Identifier: SWWC-100

The processed portion of the Texas Monthly Archives consists of the editorial records of the first five years of publication (1973-1978), although the dates of the material in the collection ranges from 1972-1980.

Dates: 1972-1977

Ed Ward Accessions

Identifier: UPWC-21112
Abstract Archival material pertaining to the life and career of writier and rock historian, Ed Ward (1948-2021). Spanning the years 1962-2019, materials in this collection include interview transcrpts with rock and blues musicians, research notes, articles, columns and reviews written by Ward and edited manuscripts of Rock of Ages: The Rolling Stone History of Rock and Roll co-written by Ed Ward, Geoffrey Stokes and Ken Tucker, 1987 as well as research for Ward's History of Rock and Roll Vol. 1 and 2...
Dates: 1962-2019