Paul Brodeur papers, 1941-2004
22 linear feet (53 boxes)
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Paul Brodeur is a novelist, writer of short-stories, and award-winning author of articles and books on environmental health issues. His papers, 1941-2004, chiefly document his professional life and include correspondence, manuscript drafts, research material, and other writings. The majority of the correspondence received by Brodeur concerns his research into the variousenvironmental health issues that provided the basis for his articles and books. There are manuscript drafts of novels (published and unpublished), short stories (published and unpublished), magazine articles (The New Yorker, Family Circle), non-fiction books, speeches and other writings (letters to the editor and eulogies). Included with this material is a sampling of research files used in his writing of the articles and books. Brodeur's papers also include a small amount of personal materials from Brodeur's adolescence and college years, with additional information about his teaching career and journalism awards.
Controlled Access Terms
- Asbestos industry -- United States.
- Electromagnetic fields -- Health aspects.
- Environmental health -- United States.
- Investigative reporting -- United States.