James L. Wick Papers, 1898, 1920-1964

Summary Information

Title: James L. Wick Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1898, 1920-1964

  • Wick, James L., 1897-1964
Call Number: M85-249; Audio 1496A; AC 453; GA 247

Quantity: 100.1 c.f. (93 record center cartons, 10 archives boxes, 8 flat boxes, and 1 oversize PH folder), 3 tape recordings, 33 disc recordings, and 2 films

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers of James Wick, a politically conservative journalist, newspaper editor, and lecturer, consisting of research files for his book How NOT to Run for President and various articles; materials related to his position on the Board of Directors for several newspapers including, the Niles Daily Times (Ohio), the Daily Iberian (Louisiana), the Bogalusa Daily News (Louisiana), the Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald (North Carolina), and the Rome Daily American (Italy); and files related to “Editors' Tours,” which Wick organized for newspaper editors to interview foreign leaders throughout Europe and the Middle East. The collection also documents the theatrical career of Wick's wife, Dodee Wick (Hilda Eckstrom) through photographs, scripts, reviews, playbills, and professional and personal correspondence.

Language: English, German

URL to cite for this finding aid: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-m85249
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