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Commission on Freedom of the Press records, 1927-1946 [RBML]
...Commission on Freedom of the Press Commission on Freedom of the Press records, 1927-1946 5.5 linear feet (13 boxes) This collection is arranged in one series. This collection is located off-site. You...

John Maurice Clark papers, 1920-1963 [RBML]
...'s association with the N.R.A., National Resources Planning Board, O.P.A., Committee of Freedom of the Press, and the Attorney General's National Committee to Study Anti-Trust Laws. There is material relating...

[French legislation affecting printing]. [RBML]
...[French legislation affecting printing]. [10] items ; 21 cm. Freedom of the press France. Press law France. Imprimerie royale (France) Printing industry France Employees. Printing industry Employees...

Committee to Protect Journalists records, 1978-2009 [RBML]
... to assisting their colleagues working in foreign countries. This group approached other reporters, columnists, and editors who had demonstrated an interest in freedom of the press. The most prominent...

Charles Frankel Papers, 1960s-1970s [RBML]
.... Law School Law Philosophy Philosophy Study and teaching Freedom of the press Women's rights United States Personal papers aat Columbia University Libraries Rare Book and Manuscript Library 10693393 MS...

Carl W. Ackerman papers on Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, 1910-1962 [RBML]
... researching and writing a biography (unpublished) of Hokan Bjornstrom Steffanson, 1883-1962, the Swedish-American industrialist and financier. Ackerman was a champion of freedom of the press. His professional...

Fred Friendly papers, 1917-2004 bulk 1950-1990 [RBML]
... and Society Seminars" and also to his private speaking engagements. In 1981 he published "Minnesota Rag: The Dramatic Story of the Landmark Supreme Court Case that Gave New Meaning to Freedom of the Press...

Ephraim London papers, 1940-1975 [RBML]
..., the movie's distributor, London took the case to the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1952, the justices sided with the film; their ruling extended to movies, for the first time, the rights of free speech and freedom...

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Ackerman, Carl W (Carl William), 1890-1970 (1)

Anisson-Dupéron, M. (Alexandre-Jacques-Laurent), 1776-1852. (1)

Bruce, Lenny. (1)

Catineau-Laroche, Pierre Marie Sébastien, 1772-1828. (1)

Dawes, Charles Gates, 1865-1951 (1)

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United States.--Federal Communications Commission (2)

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CBS Radio Network (1)

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