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Warren Phillips Papers
Items in the Warren Phillips Papers
Childhood photograph of Warren Phillips
Warren Phillips' elementary and middle school report cards from PS 144 and IS 171 in Queens and Brooklyn.
THE SNOOPY SCOOP
Editor and General Manager
Aug. 1-7, 1937
Everywhere we snoop
Until we get a scoop
Price 2 cents
How is the weather?
As good as ever
Mémorial de la Guerre
Ces photographies representent en toute simplicite, des moments caracteristiques de la vie de nos soldats et de leurs chefs
Service Geographique de l'Armee
Memorial de la Guerre
Special Edition of the "Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung"
June 1, 1940
U.S.A. 10 Cents
Heading for the goal: Bombs drop on a French aerodrome
products all over the world!
"Well-the war has at last…
Warren Phillips Papers
Warren Phillips, an alumnus of Queens College, worked for The Wall Street Journal for the majority of his professional life. He rose from a reporter and editor to the role of Publisher, and finally Chief Executive Officer of its parent organization, Dow Jones & Company (1975-1991). Over the term of his career, he played a significant role in the Journal's development from a small financial publication into one of the country’s premier daily papers, and also served as President of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (1975-76) and as a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board (1977-1987). He advocated for freedom of the press and was among the first western journalists to be allowed access to the People’s Republic of China during the establishment of diplomatic relations with the United States in 1972.
Chief executive officers--United States--Biography
Cold War--Press coverage--United States
Mass media and international relations
Newspaper editors--United States
Newspaper publishers--United States
Wall Street Journal--History
Phillips, Warren, 1926-
Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)
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