Paul Miller Collection: Paul Miller Quotes
The Paul Miller Creed:
"SUBSTANCE ahead of Form;
BALANCE ahead of Speed;
COMPLETENESS ahead of Color;
ACCURACY ahead of everything. . ."
-- Paul Miller, September 18, 1965
"A newspaper isn't worth the ink used to print it if it doesn't stand for something."
--Rochester Rotary Club, 1950
"Our idea of a free press is not a press free for editors and publishers. Our idea of a free press is one that is free to and does provide full information on all possible subjects for all the people served."
--Rochester Newspaper Forum, 1951
"There isn't any better experience for any work - whatever you may do in later life - than carrying newspapers."
--Newspaperboy Scholarship Dinner, (Rochester), 1956
"Truth is our business. There can be no higher calling."
--Sigma Delta Chi Foundation Lecture, (University of Michigan), 1965
"Age-old devices still afford our only way to improve mankind itself - religion, human kindness, sympathy, self-sacrifice, regard for others."
--Highland-Genesee Nursing Graduation, 1967
"I get the feeling that in journalism, as in many other fields it takes a lot of experience just to be a beginner."
--Sigma Delta Chi Awards Dinner, 1969