- Additional Authors
- 7.93 linear feet (21 boxes)
- Uniform Title
- Uncensored (New York, N.Y. : 1939)
- Access (note)
- Source (note)
- Hertzberg, Sidney; Hertzberg, Hendrik; Hertzberg, Katrina
- Biography (note)
- Uncensored was a weekly newsletter published in New York City from Oct. 7, 1939 to Dec. 6, 1941 by an informal group of journalists and publicists who called themselves the Writers Anti-War Bureau.
- Indexes/Finding Aids (note)
- Finding aid available in repository and on Internet.
- Processing Action (note)
- Call Number
- MssCol 3066
Uncensored records, 1938-1941.
- Restricted Access
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection consists of correspondence, business and financial records, typescripts of articles, notes, and printed matter pertaining to the newsletter Uncensored. Correspondence, 1938-1941, includes the editors' correspondence concerning contemporary events and behind-the-scenes political events in Washington, D.C.; correspondence with other anti-war organizations; letters sent to Milton S. Mayer in response to his anti-interventionist views; and subscription correspondence. Business papers and financial papers series contain records concerning the operation of Uncensored as a business enterprise. Also, typescripts of articles prepared for publication, research notes, background materials, and printed ephemera including several copies of Uncensored.
Uncensored was a weekly newsletter published in New York City from Oct. 7, 1939 to Dec. 6, 1941 by an informal group of journalists and publicists who called themselves the Writers Anti-War Bureau. The purpose of the newsletter was to analyze the news and unmask the hidden biases and propaganda of those on the national scene who sought to draw America into the war in Europe on the side of the Allies. Edited by Sidney Hertzberg and Cushman Reynolds, it was mailed to newspaper editors, columnists, radio commentators, and other molders of public opinion. Although short-lived, Uncensored was influential and respected for the integrity of its editors and for the high quality of reporting and analysis.
Finding aid available in repository and on Internet.
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- Added Author
Hanighen, Frank C.
Lundberg, Ferdinand, 1902-
Keep America Out of War Congress.
National Council for Prevention of War (U.S.)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Writers Anti-War Bureau.
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