Papers of Creed C. Black, a journalist and editor, consisting of correspondence, clippings, memoranda, notes, speeches, and scrapbooks relating to several newspapers with which Black was associated: the "Chicago Daily News," "Nashville Tennessean," Paducah (Kentucky) "Sun-Democrat," Savannah (Georgia) "News-Press" and Wilmington (Delaware) "News-Journal." Also included are the files on his resignation from the DuPont-owned "News-Journal," notebooks on his 1962 trip to Russia with the American Society of Newspaper Editors, and notes and interviews relating to a trip to the Middle East in 1958, American Press Institute, and a 1975 trip to China, as well as papers from his career as chairman and publisher of the Lexington (Kentucky) "Herald-Leader."
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