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The People’s Daily is one of the official organs of the Communist Party of China, founded a few months before the creation of the PRC in 1948. Representatives of the paper and Xinhua News Agency were the first to welcome the ASNE delegation and…

Childhood photograph of Warren Phillips

Warren Phillips poses with young residents of the central Chinese city of Yan’an. Visible in the background are a system of caves, still inhabited, where Mao Zedong’s communist army set up a base of operations at the end of the Long March. These…

Warren Phillips typing stories at Narita International Airport, Tokyo, Japan, on the return trip from the 1972 press delegation to the People's Republic of China.

Warren Phillips' dog tags from World War II. He volunteered for the Army Specialized Training Reserve Program in 1943, then 17 years old, and was called to active duty a year later.

Special Services map of Keesler Army Airfield in Biloxi, Mississippi, where Warren Phillips underwent basic training during World War II. By the time he finished, the war had entered its waning stages and he would not be deployed.

Warren Phillips spent much of his early career abroad, both in foreign bureaus of The Wall Street Journal and on special assignments. He traversed the fragmented landscape of postwar Europe on both sides of the Iron Curtain. This permit allowed him…

Warren Phillips, then Managing Editor, poses with colleagues Bernard (Barney) Kilgore and Robert Bottorff.

Warren Phillips in his office with colleague Peter Kann. Kann would succeed Mr. Phillips as CEO of Dow Jones & Co. after his retirement in 1991.

Warren Phillips graduated from Queens College in 1947 as a Bachelor of Arts. He was an editor for the college paper, the Crown, and wrote press releases for the public relations office. This yearbook records the Queens College class of 1947.…
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