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The Paul Miller Papers Project: American Journalist

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Paul Miller: American Journalist, contains complete transcriptions of the confidential files that Miller maintained while serving as the Associated Press Washington, D.C bureau chief from 1942-1947. This section also includes nearly 400 pages of transcribed documents from the “Paul Miller Era” (1947-1978) at the Gannett Co., Inc., from his dealings with Gannett newspapers other than the Rochester (NY) Times-Union and Democrat and Chronicle, and from his impressive record of civic leadership in Rochester and Upstate New York. Section Four concludes with an introduction to material related to three possible topics for monographs suggested by Miller himself in a hand-written memorandum discovered in Box #2: Acquisitions, Broadcasting: Radio & TV, and Staff Building.

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