Papers of a member of the Federal Communications Commission including speeches and articles, correspondence, and docket and subject files concerning obscenity in broadcasting, the development of UHF broadcasting, the Committee for the Full Development of All-Channel Television, congressional relations, the Catholic Apostolate of Mass Media which Lee helped found, and other topics.
Photographs include images of Lee with other members of the Federal Communications Commission in 1962 and at a communion breakfast of the Catholic Apostolate of Mass Media in 1968. Transparencies represent a presentation entitled "UHF Story in Slides," which traces the development and implementation of all-channel television broadcasting.
The processed portion of these papers is summarizied above, dates 1953-1981, and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below.
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