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Fred Friendly papers, 1917-2004, bulk 1950-1990

Summary Information

Abstract

This collection encompasses the life and career of Fred Friendly as an author, educator, and television news producer.

At a Glance

Call No.: MS#1417
Bib ID 6297812 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Friendly, Fred W.
Title Fred Friendly papers, 1917-2004, bulk 1950-1990
Physical Description 97.4 linear feet (220 document boxes 3 index card boxes 2 record cartons 1 oversized box)
Language(s) English .
Access You will need to make an appointment in advance to use this collection material in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room. You can schedule an appointment once you've submitted your request through your Special Collections Research Account.

This collection is located off-site. You will need to request this material at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

One folder in box 189 has been restricted until 2051.

Some unique time-based media items have been reformatted and are available onsite via links in the container list. Commercial materials are not routinely digitized.

Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 9 series.

Description

Summary

This collection encompasses the life and career of Fred Friendly as an author, educator, and television news producer. The collection is comprised of correspondence, printed materials, invitations to events, awards, photographs and audio-visual materials of news programs. Also represented are administrative files and memos from his work at CBS, the Ford Foundation, and Columbia University.

  • Series I: Correspondence, 1960-1992

    The bulk of Friendly's correspondence relates to the production of the Media and Society Seminars (MSS), a process which required frequent communication with film crews, editors, and participants. Invitations to potential panelists describe a seminar's theme and goals, while other letters contain proposals for future seminars or reflections on completed ones, discussions on editing film, or expressions of thanks after an especially successful panel. The series also includes conversations between Friendly and Columbia professors, usually concerning course content or guest speakers. Personal correspondence is less common, but appears occasionally in the form of short letters to friends.

    This series consists of three subseries, which represent different filing systems. However, the content of all three series is similar and overlapping, and information related to a particular event, person, or topic may be found in multiple subseries.

  • Series II: Writing, 1940-1996

    Friendly produced dozens of articles and speeches, as well as several books. Although his work covers many topics, he was especially interested in free speech, the history and impact of television, and the role of ethics in government, business, law, and journalism. This series consists primarily of drafts, research notes, and correspondence with editors and colleagues

  • Series III: Media and Society Seminars, 1974-1996

    One of Friendly's many achievements was the creation of Media and Society Seminars (MSS). Conducted by Columbia University, the seminar series brought politicians, doctors, journalists, and other specialists together for moderated round-table discussions on challenging ethical dilemmas. Friendly stressed that the goal was, "not to make up anybody's mind, but to open minds; to make the agony of decision-making so intense that you can only escape it by thinking." From the time of its founding in 1974 until Friendly stepped down as producer in 1992, MSS orchestrated over 600 seminars on diverse topics including medical malpractice, affirmative action, abortion, and business ethics. Many of these were televised on PBS, and several were also offered on VHS tapes, along with workbooks and discussion questions to be used as "telecourse" series in high school and college classrooms. The program was later renamed Fred Friendly Seminars in his honor.

    The series is comprised primarily of seminar transcripts, but also includes proposals and planning notes, research notes, film production information, promotional packets for telecourses, and drafts of "hypotheticals"—the scenarios that provided the focus of each discussion. Items have been arranged by seminar title.

  • Series IV: Conferences and Seminars, 1962-1996

    In addition to overseeing MSS, Friendly was also an active participant at government, business, and professional conferences. In some cases he was asked to replicate the round-table style of MSS at corporate retreats or annual meetings. At other events, he served as a moderator, panelist, or specialist. Files in this subseries contain notes, correspondence, and programs, and are arranged alphabetically by event title or topic. Two folders at the end of the subseries include invitations and programs for additional events.

  • Series V: Television and Radio, 1947-1991

    This series contains a small but varied representation of Friendly's career as an announcer, from his early work as a writer and announcer for WEAN-Providence though his time as president of CBS. Materials include scripts and transcripts of programs with related notes, office correspondence and memos, and research notes.

  • Series VI : General, 1934-2004

  • Series VII: Photographs, 1917-1990

    This series contains photographs of Friendly, as well as images used in the production of his seminars and books. It has been arranged into three subseries based on subject.

  • Series VIII: Media, 1961-1991

    Series VIII holds audio-visual material, including recordings of Media and Society seminars, episodes from several news programs, and television specials featuring Friendly. Formats include VHS tapes, Umatic tapes, 7- and 5-inch audio tapes, audiocassettes, mini cassettes, records, and diskettes. Items have been arranged by format and title.

  • Series IX: Addition to the Papers, 2017

    Gift of Ruth Friendly, August 2017. Accession Number 2017.2018.M024

Using the Collection

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You will need to make an appointment in advance to use this collection material in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room. You can schedule an appointment once you've submitted your request through your Special Collections Research Account.

This collection is located off-site. You will need to request this material at least three business days in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library reading room.

One folder in box 189 has been restricted until 2051.

Some unique time-based media items have been reformatted and are available onsite via links in the container list. Commercial materials are not routinely digitized.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. The RBML maintains ownership of the physical material only. Copyright remains with the creator and his/her heirs. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.

Preferred Citation

Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Fred Friendly papers; Box and Folder; Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library.

Related Materials

Related material: Oral History Collection of Columbia University. The Reminiscences of Fred W. Friendly (1967) [Radio Pioneers project] (1950-1974), p. 50; Ford Foundation, Office of the President. McGeorge Bundy Office Files, 1966-1979

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. Contact rbml@columbia.edu for more information.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Source of acquisition--Ruth Friendly. Method of acquisition--Gift; Date of acquisition--1999.

About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Processing Information

Papers processed Alexandra Bernet and Carolyn Smith.

Finding Aid written by Carolyn Smith 2007.

AV items in boxes 223-254 are from accession 2012-2013-M070 and are closed until reformatting.

Revision Description

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

Fred Friendly (1915-1998) was born Ferdinand Friendly Wachenheimer in Manhattan, New York. Son of Samuel Wachenheimer, a jewelry manufacturer, and Therese Friendly Wachenheimer, he lived in New York until the family moved to Providence, Rhode Island in 1926. He graduated from Hope Street High School and then attended Nichols Junior College in Massachusetts, where he graduated with an associate's degree in 1936.

Wachenheimer began his broadcast career as a radio announcer in Providence, where he took his mother's maiden name and was thereafter known as Fred Friendly. He wrote and narrated a program on WEAN called "Footprints in the Sands of Time", a short radio documentary program that profiled historic persons.

Friendly served in the Army during World War II and worked as a correspondent for "CBI Roundup", an Army newspaper for the China-Burma-India Theater. He was present at the liberation of the Malthausen concentration camp in Austria. Following Victory in Europe Day (May 7, 1945) he was granted a three-month leave of absence to travel in Europe. There, he experimented with audiotape techniques while making a documentary about troops. While this documentary was never distributed, it taught him much about audio techniques and the power of original footage. By the time he was discharged in 1945, as a master sergeant, he had been awarded four battle stars, the Legion of Merit, and the Soldier's Medal, which he received after he rescued several persons from a dock fire in India.

Following the war, Friendly returned to New York City. He married Dorothy Greene, a researcher for Life magazine in 1947; they had three children and would later divorce. Friendly then began work on "I Can Hear It Now", the record album that provided an oral history of the years 1933 to 1945. The record used only original recordings, not recreations, and interspersed famous speeches by leaders with more personal touches. He convinced Edward R. Murrow, already a well-known voice, to narrate the album. Released in 1948, the album was more successful than anticipated and marked the beginning of their collaborative work.

In 1949 and 1950 Friendly created two successful radio series for NBC: "Who Said That?", a quiz show featuring panelists and topical news questions, and "The Quick and the Dead", a four-part documentary about the development of the atomic bomb. Friendly then left to join Murrow at CBS, where they worked on Hear It Now, a radio series based on their successful recording. Taking the leap into the new medium of television, they debuted "See It Now", which broke ground as a long-form news program. The program began as a half-hour show in 1951, but later expanded to an hour in 1953. Murrow was the face of the broadcast, while Friendly focused on production.

"See It Now" dealt with a wide variety of news-topics, but throughout 1953 and 1954 Murrow and Friendly created and broadcast several programs that concentrated on Senator Joseph McCarthy and his investigation of communists in America. The first show that raised the McCarthy issue was "The Case of Milo Radulovich, A0589839" broadcast in October 1953. Radulovich was an Air Force reservist who was discharged because of allegations of communism against his family members. Friendly would later state that they were actively looking for stories to better illuminate the methods of Senator McCarthy. With this in mind, they created the program"Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy" broadcast in March 1954. It relied soley on footage of McCarthy in order to let his own words be the focus of the program. CBS did extensive customer surveys after this program ran and the barrage of phone calls and telegrams arrived were mainly in support of the program. As time went on, Friendly and Murrow produced many other provocative programs dealing with issues such as race and the tobacco industry. The show was cancelled in 1958 when both men became committed to other projects.

In 1960, Friendly became the executive producer of the news documentary program"CBS Reports". The show had a large staff and was able to handle long and large-scale investigative reports. Friendly was appointed the president of CBS News in 1964. This was to be a short-lived position, as he resigned in 1966. His decision to show Senator Fulbright's hearings on American involvement in the Vietnam War in the United States Senate was over-ridden, and a re-run of "I Love Lucy" was broadcast instead. He resigned in protest.

After his resignation, Friendly was invited to work at the Ford Foundation as the adviser to the President on Communications. His plan to fund a public television network with the profits from a communications satellite paid for by commercial networks met with opposition, and was not put into place. However, the idea did spur Congress to pass the Public Broadcasting Act in 1967, which created the Public Broadcasting System (PBS). With his previous work still fresh in his mind, Friendly penned "Due to Circumstances Beyond Our Control", a memoir about his time at CBS.

In 1968, Friendly married Ruth Mark, a former schoolteacher and widow. Each having three children from previous marriages, they raised their six children together. He began teaching at Columbia University as the Edward R. Murrow Professor of Journalism the same year. Bringing more life experience than degrees to his teaching career, his time in the Journalism School at Columbia University had a lasting impact. He created and instituted the Summer Program in Broadcast and Print Journalism for Members of Minority Groups (later renamed the Michele Clark Fellowship Program for Minority Journalists), which ran from 1968 to 1974. In 1974, he began the Media and Society Seminars, a series of conferences and round-table discussions that brought lawyers, politicians, doctors, and journalists together to talk about ethical issues. These later evolved into "The Fred Friendly Seminars", which are still in production today under the auspices of Ruth Friendly.

In 1976 Friendly published "The Good Guys, the Bad Guys and the First Amendment", which dealt with the history of the Federal Communications Commission's Fairness Doctrine, a regulation which required networks to provide equal time for opposing opinions on issues presented during a public broadcast. Upon ending his time at the Ford Foundation in 1980, Friendly had more time to devote to his "Media and Society Seminars" and also to his private speaking engagements. In 1981 he published "Minnesota Rag: The Dramatic Story of the Landmark Supreme Court Case that Gave New Meaning to Freedom of the Press", which delved into an influential court case.

Springing from personal and professional interest, Friendly's final book "The Constitution, That Delicate Balance" was published in 1993 as a companion to two "Media and Society Seminar" series"The Constitution, That Delicate Balance" (1984), and "That Delicate Balance II: Our Bill of Rights" (1991). For his many contributions to television, Fred Friendly was inducted into the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame in 1994. He died in New York in 1998.

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Series I: Correspondence, 1960-1992

The bulk of Friendly's correspondence relates to the production of the Media and Society Seminars (MSS), a process which required frequent communication with film crews, editors, and participants. Invitations to potential panelists describe a seminar's theme and goals, while other letters contain proposals for future seminars or reflections on completed ones, discussions on editing film, or expressions of thanks after an especially successful panel. The series also includes conversations between Friendly and Columbia professors, usually concerning course content or guest speakers. Personal correspondence is less common, but appears occasionally in the form of short letters to friends.

This series consists of three subseries, which represent different filing systems. However, the content of all three series is similar and overlapping, and information related to a particular event, person, or topic may be found in multiple subseries.


Subseries I.1: General, 1960-1992

This subseries consists of letters and memos that were pulled from other parts of the collection and then grouped by the first letter of the correspondent's name or institution. As further alphabetical arrangement was not undertaken, researchers should examine all folders in each letter group.



Box 2 A



Box 3 A



Box 5 B



Box 6 B



Box 7 B



Box 8 B



Box 9 B



Box 11 C



Box 12 C



Box 13 C



Box 14 C



Box 15 C



Box 16 D



Box 17 D



Box 18 E



Box 19 E


Box 19 F



Box 20 F



Box 21 F



Box 22 F



Box 24 G



Box 25 G



Box 26 G



Box 27 H



Box 28 H



Box 29 H



Box 30 H


Box 30 I



Box 31 I


Box 31 J



Box 33 K



Box 34 K



Box 35 K



Box 36 L



Box 37 L



Box 38 L



Box 39 L



Box 40 M



Box 41 M



Box 42 M



Box 44 N



Box 45 O



Box 46 P



Box 47 P



Box 48 P


Box 48 Q



Box 49 R



Box 50 R



Box 51 R



Box 53 S



Box 54 S



Box 55 S



Box 56 S



Box 57 S



Box 58 S



Box 59 S


Box 59 T



Box 60 T



Box 61 U


Box 61 V



Box 63 W



Box 64 W



Box 65 W


Box 65 Y


Box 65 Z


Box 65 Correspondent Unknown



Box 66 Correspondent Unknown


Box 66 Invitations


Box 66 Personal



Box 67 Personal


Box 67 Notes to Students and Fans


Box 67 Ruth Friendly Correspondence


Subseries I.2: Chronological, 1970-1992

Correspondence in this subseries retains its original order. Letters and memos were first grouped alphabetically and then filed chronologically.



Box 1 A, 1976-1991



Box 2 A, 1976-1991



Box 4 B, 1975-1991



Box 5 B, 1975-1991



Box 10 C, 1976-1991



Box 11 C, 1976-1991



Box 15 D, 1976-1991



Box 18 E, 1975-1991



Box 19 F, 1975-1991



Box 20 F, 1975-1991



Box 23 G, 1975-1991



Box 24 G, 1975-1991



Box 27 H, 1975-1991



Box 30 I, 1975-1991



Box 31 J, 1975-1991



Box 32 K, 1977-1990



Box 33 K, 1977-1990



Box 35 L, 1976-1990



Box 37 M, 1975-1992



Box 38 M, 1975-1992



Box 43 N, 1975-1991



Box 45 O, 1975-1991



Box 46 P, 1975-1991



Box 49 R, 1977-1991



Box 53 S, 1970-1991



Box 54 S, 1970-1991



Box 59 T, 1975-1992



Box 61 U, 1984-1991


Box 61 V, 1984-1991



Box 62 W, 1975-1991


Subseries I.3: Alphabetical, 1960-1992

Friendly kept files of correspondence from individual colleagues, friends, and institutions which were arranged alphabetically by name. Please note that additional correspondence with these individuals may also be found in subseries I.1 and I.2



Box 1 Folder F.1 ACLU, 1985


Box 1 Folder F.2 ALCOA Foundation, 1984


Box 1 Folder F.3 Abrams, Floyd, 1986-1987


Box 1 Folder F.4 Academy for Educational Development, 1989


Box 1 Folder F.5 Action on Smoking and Health, 1969


Box 1 Folder F.6 Adams, Arlin, 1987


Box 1 Folder F.7 American Bar Association, 1986


Box 1 Folder F.8 American Judicial Society, 1985-1986


Box 1 Folder F.9 Anti-Defamation League, 1990


Box 1 Folder F.10 Associated Press, 1986


Box 1 Folder F.11 Avery, Robert, undated



Box 3 Folder F.5 Barrett, Edward, 1967-1969


Box 3 Folder F.6 Benjamin Franklin Memorial Board, 1990


Box 3 Folder F.7 Bernstein, Robert L., 1966-1988


Box 3 Folder F.8 Blackman, Harry A., 1985


Box 3 Folder F.9 Bonneville International Corporation, 1986


Box 3 Folder F.10 Bork, Robert H., 1987


Box 3 Folder F.11 Brand, Stanley, 1986


Box 3 Folder F.12 Brennen, William, 1986



Box 4 Folder F.1 Buckley, William Jr., 1981


Box 4 Folder F.2 Burger, William E., 1985-1987


Box 4 Folder F.3 Burnett, Carol, 1981


Box 4 Folder F.4 Bush, President George, 1989 (invitation), 1989



Box 9 Folder F.3-4 CBS, 1984-1990


Box 9 Folder F.5 CBS Sports, 1988


Box 9 Folder F.6 CPB, 1988


Box 9 Folder F.7 CalTech, 1970-1971


Box 9 Folder F.8 Carter, Jimmy, 1986


Box 9 Folder F.9 Cerf, Bennett, 1990



Box 10 Folder F.1 Charles A. Dana Foundation, 1990


Box 10 Folder F.2 Clurman, Richard, 1988-1991


Box 10 Folder F.3 Columbia Students, 1989


Box 10 Folder F.4 Columbia University, 1960-1990


Box 10 Folder F.5 Committee on the Constitution, 1991


Box 10 Folder F.6 Cox, Archibald, 1968



Box 15 Folder F.1 Dartmouth College, 1986


Box 15 Folder F.2 Duke Endowment, 1988


Box 15 Folder F.3 DuPont Awards Foundation, 1980-1988



Box 17 Folder F.1 East-West Center, 1989


Box 17 Folder F.2-3 Edward Klauber Memorial Fund, 1967-1968, (2 Folders)



Box 18 Folder F.1-2 Edward Klauber Memorial Fund, 1967-1968, (2 Folders)


Box 18 Folder F.3 Eisenhower, President Dwight, 1965


Box 18 Folder F.4 Elliot, Marsha, 1988


Box 18 Folder F.5 Equitable Life Assurance Society, 1985-1986


Box 18 Folder F.6 Erbure, Robert, 1983-1984



Box 19 Folder F.4 Fain, Norman, 1971-1972


Box 19 Folder F.5 FCC Article Reactions, 1975


Box 19 Folder F.6 Fleming, Robbin, 1984-1988


Box 19 Folder F.7 Ford, Gerald, 1983-1987


Box 19 Folder F.8-9 Foreman, Sir Denis, 1984-1987



Box 23 Folder F.1 Fox, Joe, 1981



Box 67 Friendly, Ruth, 1960-1992



Box 23 Folder F.2-3 Gannett Center for Media Studies, 1987-1990


Box 23 Folder F.4 Gaylin, Willard, 1985


Box 23 Folder F.5 Gold, Robert, 1987-1988


Box 23 Folder F.6 Graff, Henry F., 1990


Box 23 Folder F.7 Granada Television, 1982-1987


Box 23 Folder F.8 Greene, Sir Hugh, 1970-1971


Box 23 Folder F.9 Gutman, Howard, 1984



Box 26 Folder F.5 Hatch, Orin, 1985-1986


Box 26 Folder F.6 Heard, Alexander, 1984-1987


Box 26 Folder F.7 Hearst Corporation, 1986


Box 26 Folder F.8 Holocaust Documentary, 1978


Box 26 Folder F.9 Holocaust Memorial Center, 1988



Box 30 Folder F.4 Indiana Civil Liberties Union, 1973


Box 30 Folder F.5 Interchurch Center, 1990


Box 30 Folder F.6 Iselin, John, 1985



Box 32 Folder F.1 KQED, 1986-1987


Box 32 Folder F.2 Kaufmann, Irving, 1985


Box 32 Folder F.3 Kendrich, Alexander, 1969


Box 32 Folder F.4 Konner, Joan, 1988-1992



Box 35 Folder F.3 Lab School of Washington, 1990


Box 35 Folder F.4 Lippman, Walter, 1967



Box 39 Folder F.6 Major, Lee, 1979-1980


Box 39 Folder F.7 McGraw Hill, 1987



Box 38 Folder F.1 McNeil/Lehrer News Hour, 1985


Box 38 Folder F.2 Miller, Arthur, 1988-1990


Box 38 Folder F.3 Minow, Newton, 1983



Box 42 Folder F.7 National Public Broadcasting Archives, 1991-1992



Box 43 Folder F.1-3 National Constitution Center, 1988-1991, (3 Folders)


Box 43 Folder F.4 Nesson, Charles, 1984-1990



Box 45 Folder F.1 Oaks, Dallin, 1983-1984


Box 45 Folder F.2 Ogletree, Charles, 1988-1991


Box 45 Folder F.8-10 PBS, 1984-1991, (3 Folders)


Box 45 Paley, William, 1964-1965



Box 46 Folder F.1 Pogrebin, Abigail, 1990


Box 46 Folder F.2 Powell, Lewis, 1987



Box 48 Folder F.7 Robinson, Dan, 1983-1985



Box 49 Folder F.1 Rosen, Jack, 1972 (includes caricature of Friendly), 1972



Box 51 Folder F.5 Sack, Robert, 1984


Box 51 Folder F.6 Sandberg, Carl, undated


Box 51 Folder F.7 Schneider, John (CBS), 1965-1966


Box 51 Folder F.8 Schmidt, Benno, 1971-1986


Box 51 Folder F.9 Stanton, Frank, 1964



Box 52 Folder F.1-4 Stanton, Frank, 1964-1966


Box 52 Folder F.5 Stein, Robert, 1982-1987


Box 52 Folder F.6 Stewart, Potter, 1983-1984


Box 52 Folder F.7 Sucherman, Stewart, 1990-1991


Box 52 Folder F.8 Syracuse--Grove Press, 1975



Box 59 Folder F.4 Times Mirror, 1986



Box 61 Folder F.1 University of Utah, 1986


Box 61 Folder F.2 U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, 1981-1987


Box 61 Folder F.8 WNET, 1986-1991



Box 62 Folder F.1 Wiseman, Frederick, 1988


Box 62 Folder F.2 Weinberger, Casper, 1984

Series II: Writing, 1940-1996

Friendly produced dozens of articles and speeches, as well as several books. Although his work covers many topics, he was especially interested in free speech, the history and impact of television, and the role of ethics in government, business, law, and journalism. This series consists primarily of drafts, research notes, and correspondence with editors and colleagues


Subseries II.1: Articles, 1940-1993

Friendly's short articles on media and ethics appeared frequently in popular magazines and newspapers, particularlyThe New York TimesandThe Washington Post. He was also called upon to write book reviews and prefaces for books on radio and televison history. This subseries includes drafts and research notes for a number of his articles, filed alphabetically by title.



Box 68 Folder F.1-2 "After the Westmoreland Case,", 1985


Box 68 Folder F.3 "Anecdota Orienta,", undated


Box 68 Folder F.4 "Asleep at the Switch of the Wired City,", 1970


Box 68 Folder F.5 "ATC's Aerial Supply Route to China," circa, 1940


Box 68 Folder F.6 "A Bench-mark for the World"--50th Anniversary of BBC, 1972


Box 68 Folder F.7 Broadcasting Essay, undated


Box 68 Folder F.8 "By Television's Flickering Light: The Last Twenty-Five Years,", 1990


Box 68 Folder F.9 Review of Close Encounters by Michael Wallace, 1984


Box 68 Folder F.10-12 "A Crime and its Aftershock,", 1976, (3 Folders)



Box 69 Folder F.1 "A Crime and its Aftershock,", 1976


Box 69 Folder F.2 "Dear Jack Gould, They Say You Are Retired,", 1972 February 27


Box 69 Folder F.3 Review of Emergence of a Free Press by Leonard Levy, 1985 February 24


Box 69 Folder F.4 Encyclopedia Britannica Articles, 1971-1972


Box 69 Folder F.5 "Ethics is When No One Else is Watching!,", 1991


Box 69 Folder F.6 "Fifty Years Later: The Minnesota Case that Shaped the Constitution,", 1981


Box 69 Folder F.7 "From Intense Tennis in Stockbridge to Intensive Care at BMC,", 1978


Box 69 Folder F.8 "Funds, Pluralism, and the Real Light at the End of the Tube,", 1970


Box 69 Folder F.9-10 "Gays, Privacy, and a Free Press,", 1990 April 8, (2 Folders)


Box 69 Folder F.11 "General Patton and the Chinese," circa, 1940s


Box 69 Folder F.12 "Here Lies Richard Nixon,", undated


Box 69 Folder F.13 "Imperial Media,", undated


Box 69 Folder F.14 Review of Make No Law by Anthony Lewis, 1991


Box 69 Folder F.15 "A Man Who Had Soul,", 1970 August 24


Box 69 Folder F.16 Preface to Book Of Boundless Domain by Michael I. Sovern, 1993


Box 69 Folder F.17 Review of On the Firing Line by William Buckley, Jr., undated


Box 69 Folder F.18 Response to Scientific American Article, "Opium, Cocaine, and Marijuana in American History,", 1991 August 29


Box 69 Folder F.19 Preface to Book Presidential Television , 1973


Box 69 Folder F.20 Review of Prime Time: The Life of Edward R. Murrow by Alexander Rendrick, 1969


Box 69 Folder F.21 "Reforming American Government,", undated


Box 69 Folder F.22 "Reminiscences and Observations,", undated


Box 69 Folder F.23 Rip-Saw Article for Near vs. Minnesota Case, 1980



Box 70 Folder F.1 "Some Sober Second Thoughts on Vice President Agnew," circa, 1970


Box 70 Folder F.2 "Sullivan Reconsidered: Time to Return to the Central Meaning of the First Amendment,", 1992


Box 70 Folder F.3 "Tempest in a NewsBox,", undated


Box 70 Folder F.4 "TV at the Turning Point,", 1971


Box 70 Folder F.5 "Twenty-Five Years Ago...,", 1990 December 21


Box 70 Folder F.6-7 "The Unselling of 'The Unselling of the Pentagon,'", 1971 March 3


Box 70 Folder F.8 Review of "The Untended Gate,", undated


Box 70 Folder F.9 "A Valuable Lesson from 'Little Red Riding Hood,'", 1980 September 21


Box 70 Folder F.10-11 "Was Trust Betrayed?"--Review of The Journalist and the Murderer by Janet Malcolm, 1990 February 25, (2 Folders)


Box 70 Folder F.12 "Watching the Watchdog,", 1990



Box 71 Folder F.1 "What is Fair on the Air,", 1975 March 30


Box 71 Folder F.2 "William S. Paley: The Super Producer,", 1963 July 30


Box 71 Folder F.3 Untitled "Carnegie Piece,", 1967


Box 71 Folder F.4 Untitled "Communications Paper,", 1980


Box 71 Folder F.5 Untitled draft on Controversy and TV, undated


Subseries II.2: Books, 1967-1984

This subseries holds materials relating to Friendly's four published books, as well as one unpublished manuscript,The Mole, the Judge and the Rule of Law, which reflected on the controversial court caseBritish Steel Company vs. Granada Television. Materials are arranged alphabetically by title and include heavily annotated drafts, research notes, and occasional book reviews


The Constitution: That Delicate Balance


Box 71 Folder F.6-8 Drafts (3 Folders), 1984


Box 71 Folder F.9 Clippings and Notes, 1984


Box 71 Folder F.10 Book Reviews, 1984


Due to Circumstances Beyond Our Control



Box 72 Drafts, 1975



Box 73 Drafts, 1975



Box 74 Drafts, 1975



Box 75 Drafts, 1975


Box 75 Research Notes, 1975



Box 76 Research Notes, 1975



Box 77 Research Notes, 1975


Good Guys, Bad Guys, and the First Amendment


Box 77 Drafts, 1967



Box 78 Drafts, 1967



Box 79 Drafts, 1967



Box 80 Drafts, 1967


Box 80 Research Notes and FCC Information, 1967



Box 81 Research Notes and FCC Information, 1967



Box 82 Research Notes and FCC Information, 1967


Box 82 Book Reviews, 1967


Minnesota Rag


Box 82 Drafts, 1980-1982



Box 83 Drafts, 1980-1982



Box 84 Drafts, 1980-1982



Box 85 Drafts, 1980-1982



Box 86 Drafts, 1980-1982



Box 87 Drafts, 1980-1982



Box 88 Research Notes, 1980-1982


The Mole, The Judge and the Rule of Law



Box 89 Drafts, 1980



Box 90 Drafts, 1980



Box 91 Drafts, 1980


Box 91 Research Notes, 1980


Subseries II.3: Speeches, 1964-1996

Friendly was frequently invited to college commencement ceremonies, professional conferences, and dedications. He also wrote eulogies honoring the lives of friends and colleagues. Most files in this subseries contain notes and drafts of speeches, as well as invitations and programs. They have been arranged alphabetically by title where possible, or by institution where no title exists.


Box 91 Folder F.8 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Conference on TV and Ethics, 1987 March 6


Box 91 Folder F.9 Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass Communications, 1985 August 4


Box 91 Folder F.10 Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner, 1982 November 17



Box 92 Folder F.1 "ACLU: Judge It By Its Enemies"--ACLU of Hawaii, 1985 March 9


Box 92 Folder F.2 "The Administration, the Media and the Prime Time Rule,", 1972 June 1


Box 92 Folder F.3 American Film Institute, 1983 November 4


Box 92 Folder F.4 American Jewish Congress National Biennial Convention, 1970 May 22


Box 92 Folder F.5 American Jewish Congress, 1978 June 21


Box 92 Folder F.6 American Society of Magazine Editors, 1973 May 24


Box 92 Folder F.7 American Women in Radio and Television, Inc., 1964 April 30


Box 92 Folder F.8 Anti-Defamation League First Amendment Freedoms Award Dinner, 1975 September 17


Box 92 Folder F.9 Anti-Defamation League Tribute Dinner Honoring Arch L. Madsen, 1993 September 8


Box 92 Folder F.10 APA on Television Programming, 1988


Box 92 Folder F.11 "Appointment in Samarra...In Nebraska,", 1979 April 16


Box 92 Folder F.12 "Appointment at Samarra...University,", 1969 June 8


Box 92 Folder F.13 "Argument in Indianapolis,", 1970 January 24


Box 92 Folder F.14 "Argument in Indianapolis: Ratifying the First Amendment 182 Years Late,", 1973


Box 92 Folder F.15-18 "Argument in Indianapolis, or the Longest Scheduled Meeting in American History,", 1973 October 13, (4 Folders)



Box 93 Folder F.1 Armstrong Awards, 1973 March 24


Box 93 Folder F.2 Army War College, 1987 September 21


Box 93 Folder F.3 Art Director's Club Hall of Fame Induction of Ben Shahn, 1988 October 21


Box 93 Folder F.5 "The Attempted Politicization of Broadcast Journalism,", 1973 February 2


Box 93 Folder F.6 Lerrone Bennett Speech, 1970


Box 93 Folder F.7 "The Bill of Rights: The Greatest Afterthought in History,", 1982 July 9


Box 93 Folder F.8 "Brandeis, the First Amendment and the Voices We Hate,", 1990 February 2


Box 93 Folder F.9 "Breakfast of Business Champions," WNET/Thirteen (public radio), 1989 November 14


Box 93 Folder F.10 "Bridge Builders and Gatekeepers," 13, September 1982


Box 93 Folder F.11 Brigham Young University, 1991 April 3-5, 1991 April


Box 93 Folder F.12 Broadcast Journalism, 1966


Box 93 Folder F.13 Calvin College, 1973 September 27


Box 93 Folder F.14 "Can Chicago Survive Its Miracles," WTTW (public television), 1970 January 15


Box 93 Folder F.15 "Can We Manage Our Miracles?", 1970 April 11


Box 93 Folder F.16 Carnegie Mellon Commencement Speech, 1986 May 12



Box 94 Folder F.1 "Celebrating David Stein,", 1993 January 22


Box 94 Folder F.2 The Celeste Bartos Forum, 1989 October 16


Box 94 Folder F.3 Cheshire Academy Commencement Exercises, 1989 June 3


Box 94 Folder F.4 Chicago Historical Society, 1987 September 12


Box 94 Folder F.5 Colorado Bar Association Luncheon, 1984 September 28


Box 94 Folder F.6 Columbia College Commencement, 1986 May 30


Box 94 Folder F.7 Columbia University Journalism School Commencement, 1988 September 6


Box 94 Folder F.8 Columbia University Law School Commencement, 1984 May 15


Box 94 Folder F.9 Commemoration of the 200th Anniversary of the Publication of the Federalist Papers, 1987 October 27


Box 94 Folder F.10 "Conflicts Between the Law and the Media,", 1974 June 7


Box 94 Folder F.11 "The Constitution,", undated


Box 94 Folder F.12 "The Constitution: Terrorism and the News Media,", 1985 October 15


Box 94 Folder F.13 "Could the Boston Tea Party Be Televised?", 1970 February 25


Box 94 Folder F.14 "Could There Ever Be Another Murrow?", 1986 January 14



Box 95 Folder F.1 "Counselor-At-Law or Gun For Hire?", 1973


Box 95 Folder F.2 "The Courtroom v. the Newsroom,", 1975 May 13


Box 95 Folder F.3 "Dedication of the Rogers Communication Center," Public Communication Foundation for North Texas, 1975 September 18


Box 95 Folder F.4 Delia Smith Mares Lecture, Bryn Mawr College, 1981 October 21


Box 95 Folder F.5-7 "Don't Just Swear to Uphold the Constitution-Understand It,", 1986-1987, (3 Folders)


Box 95 Folder F.8 Duquesne University Commencement Speech, 1985 May 10


Box 95 Folder F.9 Edward R. Murrow High School--Lecture, 1987


Box 95 Folder F.10 "Edward R. Murrow's Legacy and Today's Media,", 1971 April 16


Box 95 Folder F.11 Irving Fain's Bar Mitzvah, 1993 April 17


Box 95 Folder F.12 "Fifty Years Later: The Minnesota Case that Shaped the Constitution,", 1981 June 5


Box 95 Folder F.13 The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts, 1974


Box 95 Folder F.14 Florida State University Commencement, 1986 December


Box 95 Folder F.15 Floyd Abrams Tribute Dinner, The Lawyers Division, State of Israel Bonds, 1986 February 25


Box 95 Folder F.16 Fred Friendly First Amendment Award Luncheon, Quinnipiac College, 1996 May 8


Box 95 Folder F.17 "Funds, Pluralism and the Real Light on the End of the Tube,", undated


Box 95 Folder F.18 "Future and Performance of Press,", 1983 January 26


Box 95 Folder F.19 George Chaplin Scholar in Residence Lecture, 1989 December 12


Box 95 Folder F.20 "The Golden Age of Dissent and the Oregon Connection,", 1978 June 11



Box 96 Folder F.1 Guildhall Lecture, 1967 October 24


Box 96 Folder F.2 Guilford County Dinner, 1971 January 5


Box 96 Folder F.3 Hadassah Convention, 1973 August 27


Box 96 Folder F.4 Hamilton School at Wheeler, 1995 April 7


Box 96 Folder F.5 "Hard Choices for a Free People,", 1984 May 23


Box 96 Folder F.6 "Headlines, Deadlines and Bottom Lines,", 1985 April 22


Box 96 Folder F.7 "The Hour News: A Leap of Faith v. The Bottom Line,", 1982 March 27


Box 96 Folder F.8 "How to Lose Your Job,", 1983 February 5


Box 96 Folder F.9 "Hubert H. Humphrey First Amendment Freedoms Prize," June, 1988 June 10


Box 96 Folder F.10 "If I Had My Career in Broadcast Journalism to Start Over Again in August 1986,", 1986 August 29



Box 97 Folder F.1-6 "If It Weren't for the Judges,", 1982-1983


Box 97 Folder F.7 "Impeachment and Trial? Test for the President and Television,", 1974 June 15


Box 97 Folder F.8 Interchurch Center Trustees Dinner, 1987, 1992, 1987, 1992


Box 97 Folder F.9 "Job Announcement,", 1964


Box 97 Folder F.10-11 "Journalism at a Time of Perpetual Crisis, or, Little Red Riding Hood From the Wolf's Point of View,", 1980 March 22, (2 Folders)



Box 98 Folder F.1 "Judges Before the Court of Public Opinion,", 1978 June 8


Box 98 Folder F.2-4 "Judges, Journalists and the Constitution,", 1984-1985, (3 Folders)


Box 98 Folder F.5-6 "Judges and Journalists: Whose End of the Boat Is Sinking?", 1982, (2 Folders)


Box 98 Folder F.7 Eulogy for Sophia J. Kleegman, undated (includes audio cassettes), undated


Box 98 Folder F.8 Tribute to David Kuhn, 1994 April 29


Box 98 Folder F.9 Lewis and Clark Commencement, 1990 June 10


Box 98 Folder F.10 Mowry Lowe Eulogy, 1973 October 3


Box 98 Folder F.11 "Malice in Wonderland,", 1983 November 12


Box 98 Folder F.12 Marist College Commencement, 1990 May 19


Box 98 Folder F.13 "The Meaning of Freedom,", 1991 September 26


Box 98 Folder F.14 "Memorial Day Massacre,", 1971



Box 99 Folder F.1 University of Michigan, 1971 March 10


Box 99 Folder F.2 "The Murrow Legacy, Twenty-Five Years After,", 1990 January 25


Box 99 Folder F.3 National Education Association Public-Cable Seminar, 1972 May 5


Box 99 Folder F.4 National Press Club, 1972 June 1


Box 99 Folder F.5 "Near v. Minnesota-A Half Century Later,", 1978 October 21


Box 99 Folder F.6-10 "The Nervous Breakdown of the First Amendment,", 1973-1974, (5 Folders)



Box 100 Folder F.1 New York Law School Remarks, 1987 September 14


Box 100 Folder F.2 Nichols College Commencement Speeches, 1967, 1989, 1967, 1989


Box 100 Folder F.3 Nieman Foundation for Journalism, 1981


Box 100 Folder F.4-6 The Nightly News: A Leap of Faith v. the Bottom Line, 1982 March 10, (3 Folders)


Box 100 Folder f.7 "No Foundation All the Way Down the Line...,", 1988 December 29


Box 100 Folder f.8 Opening by Charles Ogletree at Public School 165, 1990 November 30


Box 100 Folder f.9 "On Ceil Steins' Receiving the B'nai Brith Humanitarian Award,", 1993 November 28


Box 100 Folder f.10 "On Judging the Judges,", 1978 March 20


Box 100 Folder f.11 "On Prime Time,", undated


Box 100 Folder f.12 "Order in the Courtroom and Freedom in the Newsroom,", 1980 July 8


Box 100 Folder f.13 "Our Crisis in Ethics," Emerson College Commencement Speech, 1987 May 11



Box 101 Folder F.1 "Overheating the First Amendment,", 1983 March 12


Box 101 Folder F.2 John Meredith Patterson Eulogy, 1975 December 17


Box 101 Folder F.3 "Patterson/Bliss,", undated


Box 101 Folder F.4 PBS Advertising and Promotion Conference, 1988 June 6


Box 101 Folder F.5 PBS Annual Meeting, 1981 June 29


Box 101 Folder F.6 "Point of View,", 1988 June 23


Box 101 Folder F.7 "Power of the Press: Blessing or Threat,", 1983 February 17


Box 101 Folder F.8 Practicing Law Institute, undated


Box 101 Folder F.9 Princeton University, 1977 October 7


Box 101 Folder F.10 Princeton University Conference, 1970 January


Box 101 Folder F.11 Public Relations Society of America Remarks, 1970 November 16


Box 101 Folder F.12 Public Television Annual Meeting, 1985 May 17


Box 101 Folder F.13 "The Present Minded Professor,", 1968 November 29


Box 101 Folder F.14 "Rabbi William Braude: A Very Personal Reflection,", 1988 February 28


Box 101 Folder F.15 "Reporter's Privilege Law: Shield of Damocles?", 1973 August 6


Box 101 Folder F.16 Reporting Public Affairs in the Year 2004 Symposium, 1984 October 5, 2004, 1984 October 5


Box 101 Folder F.17 Rhode Island Campaign to Remember, 1987 October 5


Box 101 Folder F.18 Riverdale Press Office Reopening, 1989 September 27


Box 101 Folder F.19 Riverdale School Commencement, 1972 June 9



Box 102 Folder F.1-3 "Self-Inflicted Wounds: Judges and Journalists,", 1983 November 9, (3 Folders)


Box 102 Folder F.4 "Should Government Play a Role in Assisting Or Subsidizing News Media?", 1982 March 18


Box 102 Folder F.5 Silurian Society Talk, 1994 November 16


Box 102 Folder F.6 Silver Anniversary Banquet, 1973 February 2


Box 102 Folder F.7 The Smithsonian Resident Associate Program Lecture Series, 1988 October 11


Box 102 Folder F.8 "Some Second Sober Thoughts on Vice President Agnew,", 1969 November 21


Box 102 Folder F.9 Southern Utah State College Commencement, 1986 June 7


Box 102 Folder F.10 "The Spirit of '76 and the Next President of the United States,", 1972 December 6


Box 102 Folder F.11-13 Samuel Standard Eulogy, 1970 October 28, (3 Folders)



Box 103 Folder F.1 Elaine Strauss Eulogy, 1982 July


Box 103 Folder F.2 "Television and Terrorism: What Went Right, What Went Wrong,", 1985 October 9


Box 103 Folder F.3 Thomas Edison State College Commencement, 1991 October


Box 103 Folder F.4 Lonnie Layton Thomas Memorial, 1971


Box 103 Folder F.5 Thomas Paine National Historical Association, 1994 April 12


Box 103 Folder F.6 University of Utah Commencement, 1985 June 8


Box 103 Folder F.7 Utah State Bar Speech, 1987 August 4


Box 103 Folder F.8 United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Dedication, 1993 April 22


Box 103 Folder F.9 U.S. Communications Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, 1988 April 27


Box 103 Folder F.10 U.S. House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 1970 April 27


Box 103 Folder F.11 U.S. House Subcommittee on Europe and the Middle East of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, 1985 July 30


Box 103 Folder F.12 U.S. Joint Subcommittee on Congressional Operations, 1974 April 9


Box 103 Folder F.13 U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation, 1982 November 19


Box 103 Folder F.14 U.S. Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights-Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 1971 October 12


Box 103 Folder F.15-16 U.S. Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, 1987 April 28, (2 Folders)


Box 103 Folder F.17 U.S. Third Circuit Judicial Conference Luncheon, 1984 September 18



Box 104 Folder F.1 "Watergate and the Media,", 1973


Box 104 Folder F.2 "When War Comes, Whither the First Amendment?"1991 January 22


Box 104 Folder F.3 William O. Douglas Lecture, 1985 November 7


Box 104 Folder F.4 University of Wisconsin Commencement, 1971 June 14


Box 104 Folder F.5 Wooster College, 1982 June 13


Box 104 Folder F.6 "World Without Distance,", 1966 October 24


Box 104 Folder F.7 Yale University's Daily News Dinner, 1984 November 9

Series III: Media and Society Seminars, 1974-1996

One of Friendly's many achievements was the creation of Media and Society Seminars (MSS). Conducted by Columbia University, the seminar series brought politicians, doctors, journalists, and other specialists together for moderated round-table discussions on challenging ethical dilemmas. Friendly stressed that the goal was, "not to make up anybody's mind, but to open minds; to make the agony of decision-making so intense that you can only escape it by thinking." From the time of its founding in 1974 until Friendly stepped down as producer in 1992, MSS orchestrated over 600 seminars on diverse topics including medical malpractice, affirmative action, abortion, and business ethics. Many of these were televised on PBS, and several were also offered on VHS tapes, along with workbooks and discussion questions to be used as "telecourse" series in high school and college classrooms. The program was later renamed Fred Friendly Seminars in his honor.

The series is comprised primarily of seminar transcripts, but also includes proposals and planning notes, research notes, film production information, promotional packets for telecourses, and drafts of "hypotheticals"—the scenarios that provided the focus of each discussion. Items have been arranged by seminar title.


AIDS in Society , 1988



Box 105 Folder F.1 Brochures and Outlines


Box 105 Folder F.2 Transcript


Box 105 Folder F.3 The Agony of Decision --Notes, 1991


Box 105 Folder F.4 American Business Association Meeting--Notes, 1991


Anatomy of a Libel Case: Business vs. the Media , 1984-1985


Box 105 Folder F.5 Research Notes, 1985


Box 105 Folder F.6 Promotional Items, 1984


Box 105 Folder F.7-8 Transcripts, 1984, (2 Folders)



Box 106 Folder F.1-2 Transcripts, 1984 February 4


Box 106 Folder F.3 Balancing Health Care Costs --Notes and Seminar Packet, 1986


Box 106 Folder F.4 Bridging the Gap --Proposal, 1989


Box 106 Folder F.5 Book Publishing and the First Amendment --Conference Report, 1975 April 18-20


Broadcast Media and the Law , 1980 July 29-30


Box 106 Folder F.6 Brochures and Programs



Folder F.7-9 Transcripts, (3 Folders)



Box 107 Folder F.1 Broadcasting and the Constitution --Research Notes and Program, 1987


Business and the Entrepreneurial American City , 1988


Box 107 Folder F.2-6 Research and Panel Topics, (5 Folders)


Box 107 Folder F.7 Symposium Outline



Box 108 Folder F.1 Business Ethics Seminar--Transcript, undated



Folder F.2-3 Changing Times/Hard Choices , 1991, (2 Folders)



Box 108 Folder F.4 Discussion Guide, undated


Box 108 Folder F.5-6 Transcript, 1982, (2 Folders)


Box 108 Folder F.7 The Constitution , 1987


Constitution Seminar Proposal, 1979


Box 108 Folder 8 Promotional Items, 1984



Box 109 The Constitution: That Delicate Balance


Box 109 Folder F.1 Promotional Items, 1984


Box 109 Folder F.2 Photographs, 1984


Box 109 Folder F.3-4 Correspondence, 1984, (2 Folders)


Box 109 Folder f.5 Reviews, 1983-1984


Box 109 Folder f.6 Video Editing Information, 1984


Box 109 Folder f.7-9 Workshops, 1984, (3 Folders)



Box 110 The Constitution: That Delicate Balance


Box 110 Folder F.1-8 Workshops, 1984, (8 Folders)



Box 111 The Constitution: That Delicate Balance


Box 111 Folder F.1 Education Telecourse Curriculum Use Report, 1984


Box 111 Folder F.2 Discussion Guides, 1984


Box 111 Folder F.3 Correspondence Regarding Book, 1984


Transcripts


Box 111 Folder F.4 Program 1: "The President vs. Congress: Executive Privilege and the Delegation of Powers,", 1983


Box 111 Folder F.5 Program 2: "War Powers: The President and Congress,", 1984


Box 111 Folder F.6 Program 3: "Nomination, Election and Succession of the President,", 1984


Box 111 Folder F.7 Program 4: "Criminal Justice and a Defendant's Right to a Fair Trial,", 1983 January 12


Box 111 Folder F.8 Program 6: "Crime and Punishment,", 1984 February



Box 112 Folder F.1 Program 6: "Crime and Punishment,", 1984 February 8


Box 112 Folder F.2 Program 8 "National Security and Freedom of the Press,", 1984


Box 112 Folder F.3 Program 9: "School Prayer, Gun Control, and the Right to Assemble,", 1983 January 19


Box 112 Folder F.4 Program 10: "The Sovereign Self: Right to Live, Right to Die,", 1984


Box 112 Folder F.5 Program 12: "Affirmative Action and Reverse Discrimination,", 1983 February 2


Box 112 Folder F.6 Program 13: "Federalism: The National Government vs. The States,", 1984


Box 112 Folder F.7 "The Trail from Independence Hall: The Constitution in the Classroom,", undated


Box 112 Folder F.8 Case Studies 1A and 1B, undated



Box 113 Folder F.1 Case Study 1B, undated


Box 113 Folder F.2 "State Terror,", 1984 January 9


Box 113 Folder F.3 "Separation of Church and State,", 1984


Box 113 Folder F.4 Containment and the Future --Program, 1985 November 7-8, 1985 November


Box 113 Folder F.5 Criminal Justice, the News Media, and the Constitution --Program and Notes, 1987


Box 113 Folder F.6 The Crisis in American Healthcare --Proposal, 1991



Folder F.7 A Decade of Hard Choices --TV scripts, 1992



Box 113 Seminar 1--Transcript, 1989 November 18



Box 114 Folder F.1-2 Seminars 2-3--Transcripts, undated, (2 Folders)



Folder F.3 Ethical Decision Making in America --Proposal, 1986



Box 114 Proposal, 1985 April 1


Box 114 Folder F.5-7 Research Notes and Articles, 1985, (3 Folders)



Box 115 Ethics in America


Box 115 Folder F.1 Production Agreement, 1984


Box 115 Folder F.2-3 Production Binder, 1987, (2 Folders)


Box 115 Folder F.4 Telecourse Promotional Items, 1988-1989


Box 115 Folder F.5 Seminar Participant Correspondence, 1987-1988



Box 116 Ethics in America


Box 116 Folder F.1-2 Workshops--General, 1988-1989, (2 Folders)


Box 116 Folder F.3 Promotional Brochures and Packet, 1989


Transcripts


Box 116 Folder F.4-5 "Ethics in Government," circa, 1989, (2 Folders)


Box 116 Folder F.6 "Hours 1-2,", undated



Box 117 Folder F.1 "Hour 3,", undated


Box 117 Folder F.2 "To Defend a Killer," circa, 1989


Box 117 Folder F.3 Business Ethics, 1989


Box 117 Folder F.4 "The Human Family: Ethics in Personal Relationships,", 1987


Box 117 Folder F.5 "Autonomy vs. Paternalism: The Pregnant Cancer Patient and the Unborn Child," circa, 1989


Box 117 Folder F.6 "Truth and Justice: The Adversary System in Civil Litigation,", undated



Box 118 Folder F.1 "The Victim and the Accused," circa, 1989


Box 118 Folder F.2 "Tradeoffs in the Laboratory: The Ethics of Medical Research," circa, 1989


Box 118 Folder F.3 "Hour 1," circa, 1989


Box 118 Folder 4 "Hour 3," circa, 1989


Box 118 Folder F.5-6 Case Studies 1-2, circa, 1989, (2 Folders)


Box 118 Folder F.7 "An Introduction to Ethical Reasoning"--Audio Programs, circa, 1989



Box 119 Folder F.1 Ethics Forum , 1991


Box 119 Case Study 1, 1983 April 11


Box 119 Folder F.3-4 "Terrorism,", 1982 November 6, (2 Folders)


Box 119 Folder F.5 "Privacy,", undated


Box 119 Folder F.6 Panel #3, 1982 November 17


Box 119 Folder F.7 Eyeball to Eyeball--Transcript, 1990



Box 120 Folder F.1 The Federalist Papers --Proposal, 1996


Box 120 Folder F.2 Hard Choices for Law Enforcement --Planning Materials, 1995


Hard Drugs, Hard Choices


Box 120 Folder F.3-5 Research Notes and Articles, 1990, (3 Folders)


Box 120 Folder F.6 Planning Material, 1990


Box 120 Folder F.7 Promotional Packet and Reviews, 1990



Box 121 Folder F.1 Home: A Place in the World--Correspondence, 1990


Box 121 Folder F.2 "The Emergency, Censorship and the Press in India: A Retrospective"--Transcript of Speech, 1978 November 4


Box 121 Folder F.3-5 Case Studies I-III, 1978, (4 Folders)


Box 121 Folder F.6 Untitled Case Studies, 1978



Folder F.7 If Women are Doing so Well, Where are They on Your Masthead?-- Research Notes, 1988



Box 121 Planning Materials, 1986



Box 122 In the Face of Terrorism


Box 122 Folder F.1 Conference Outline, 1986


Box 122 Folder F.2 Conference Packet, 1986


Box 122 Folder F.3-4 Panel I, Part I: "Ranean: Rescue and Response,"--Transcript, 1986 September 27, (2 Folders)


Box 122 Folder F.5 Panel III: "Violence in Northern Shamrock: Terrorism or Civil War?", 1986 September 27


Box 122 Folder F.6 Panel IV: "Terrorism at Home: Challenges for a Free and Open Society,", 1986 September 27



Box 123 Folder F.1 Issues of Professionalism: The Limits on Zealous Advocacy and Beyond --Planning Materials and Program, 1986


Box 123 Folder F.2 Judges, Ethics, and Hard Choices--Notes and Hypotheticals, 1993


Box 123 Folder F.3 Annual Judicial Conference--Program and Hypotheticals, 1980


Box 123 Folder F.4 Law, Crime, Education, and the Press --Planning Materials and Notes, 1988


Box 123 Folder F.5 Law, Order, and the Constitution --Transcript, 1987


Box 123 Folder F.6 Law and Society --Transcript, 1987


Box 123 Folder F.7 Libel Seminar --Transcript, undated



Folder F.8 Making of War --Transcript, undated



Box 123 Planning Notes, 1986


Box 123 Folder F.10-11 Research Notes and Hypotheticals, 1986, (2 Folders)



Box 124 Managing Our Miracles


Box 124 Folder F.1 Research Notes and Hypotheticals, 1986


Box 124 Folder F.2 Promotional Materials and Reviews, 1986


Box 124 Folder F.3 Production Binder, 1986


Transcripts


Box 124 Folder F.4 Case I: "AIDS: Public Epidemic, Private Tragedy, 1986 April 19


Box 124 Folder F.5-6 Case III: "Organ Transplants and the Artificial Heart,", 1986 April 20, (2 Folders)


Box 124 Folder F.8 Arizona--Hypotheticals, 1980 November 18



Box 125 Media and Business Seminars


Box 125 Folder F.1 Chicago--Packet, 1979


Box 125 Folder F.2-4 Chicago--Transcripts, 1979, (3 Folders)


Box 125 Folder F.5-7 Columbia University--Transcripts, 1981, (3 Folders)


Box 125 Folder F.8 Kansas City--Transcripts, 1981 September 18-19



Box 126 Media and Business Seminars


Box 126 Folder F.1 Michigan--Transcripts, 1980 November 10-11


Box 126 Folder F.2 Minnesota--Hypotheticals and Program, 1980 June 17-18


Box 126 Folder F.3-5 Princeton--Hypotheticals and Transcripts, 1977 October 7-9, 1977 October, (3 Folders)


Box 126 Folder F.6-8 Seattle--Hypotheticals and Transcripts, 1982 June 18-19, (3 Folders)



Box 127 Media and Business Seminars


Box 127 Folder F.1-3 Snowbird Conference--Transcripts, 1982, (3 Folders)


Box 127 Folder F.4 Western Conference--Hypotheticals and Program, 1980 February 8-10


Box 127 Folder F.5-7 Western Conference--Transcripts, 1980 February 8-10, (3 Folders)



Box 128 Media and Business Seminars


Box 128 Folder F.1 Western Conference--Transcripts, 1980 February 8-10


Box 128 Folder F.2-5 Conference on Media, Business, and Law --Transcripts, 1978 May 13-14, (4 Folders)


Box 128 Folder F.6 The Media and the Family --Program, 1978


Box 128 Folder F.7-8 The Media and Government --Transcripts, 1980 March 29-30, (2 Folders)



Box 129 Folder F.1 Conference on the Media and City Government-- Transcript, 1980 November 21-23


Box 129 New Delhi--, 1978 August 24-27


Box 129 Folder F.3 Sri Lanka--, 1980 February 22-24


Box 129 Session Planning Notes, 1977-1986


Box 129 Folder F.5 Conference Programs, 1977-1980


Box 129 Folder F.6-7 Akron--Transcripts, 1978 October 28, (2 Folders)



Box 130 Akron--Transcripts, 1978 October 28


Box 130 Folder F.2-5 Anglo-American Conference on the News and the Law, Kent--Transcripts, 1977 June 25, (4 Folders)


Box 130 Folder F.6 ASNE--Hypotheticals, 1977


Box 130 Folder F.7 Federal Communications Bar, 1978 September 15-16



Box 131 Media and the Law


Box 131 Folder F.1 Federal Communications Bar--Transcript, 1978 September 15-16


Box 131 Folder F.2 Jacksonville--Session Planning Notes, 1987


Box 131 Folder F.3 Judicial Conference of the 8th Circuit--Hypotheticals and Program, 1980 July 6-9, 1980 July


Box 131 Folder F.4 Metropolitan Conference--Hypotheticals and Program, 1980 May 3


Box 131 Folder F.5 National Association of Women Judges--Transcript, 1982 October 10


Box 131 Folder F.6-9 National Conference--Transcripts, 1977 November 5-6, 1977 November, (4 Folders)



Box 132 Media and the Law


Box 132 Folder F.1 New England--Report, 1974 June 7-9, 1974 June


Box 132 Folder F.2-3 New York State Judicial Seminar--Transcripts, 1982 August 6, (2 Folders)


Box 132 Folder F.4 New York Times--Program, 1977 March 26


Box 132 Folder F.5-8 Northern California--Program and Transcripts, 1978 December 8, (4 Folders)



Box 133 Media and the Law


Box 133 Folder 1-2 Philadelphia--Transcripts, 1978 January 13-15, (2 Folders)


Box 133 Folder F.3-5 Rochester--Transcripts, 1978 August 5, (3 Folders)


Box 133 Folder F.6 Seattle--Transcript, 1983 April 30



Box 134 Media and the Law


Box 134 Folder F.1-2 Seattle--Transcripts, 1983 April 30, (2 Folders)


Box 134 Folder F.3 Southern California--Hypotheticals and Program, 1977 February 11-13


Box 134 Folder F.4-5 Tennessee--Transcripts, 1978, (2 Folders)


Box 134 Folder F.6 Texas--Program, 1979


Box 134 Folder F.7-8 Tri-State Regional--Transcripts, 1978 October 14, (2 Folders)



Box 135 Tri-State Regional--Transcripts, 1978 October 14


Box 135 Folder F.2 Washington--Hypotheticals and Program, 1977 August 26-28


Box 135 Folder F.3-4 West Virginia--Transcripts, 1976 December 3-5, 1976 December, (2 Folders)



Box 136 Folder F.1-2 The Media, the Law, and the Constitution --Research Notes and Articles, 1988, (2 Folders)


Box 136 Folder F.3-4 Conference on Media and Libel--Program and Transcripts, 1983 May 20-21, (2 Folders)


Box 136 Folder F.5-7 Midwest Conference on Libel, Media, and Business --Transcripts, 1983, (3 Folders)



Box 137 Folder F.1-2 Media Practices and Investigative Reporting --Transcripts, 1981 October 10-11



Folder F.3 Media, Terrorism, and Public Order --Hypotheticals and Program, 1980 May 16-18



Box 137 Production Information, 1984


Box 137 Folder F.5 "A Matter of Intelligence"--Transcript, 1984


Box 137 Folder F.6 "The Correspondent Under Fire"--Transcript, 1984



Box 138 Folder F.1-4 Transcripts, 1984, (4 Folders)


Box 138 Folder F.5 Research Notes, 1984, (2 Folders)



Box 139 Folder F.1 Research Notes, 1984


Box 139 Folder F.2 Media, Minorities, and Society --Transcripts, 1981 November 20-21


Box 139 Folder F.3 Media Practices and Investigative Reporting, 1981


Box 139 Folder F.4 Medical Ethics Seminar--Transcript, undated


Box 139 Folder F.5-7 Medical Malpractice Seminar--Transcripts, undated, (2 Folders)



Folder F.8 Medicine and Society



Box 139 Transcripts, 1984



Box 140 Transcripts, 1984, (6 Folders)



Box 141 Medicine and Society


Box 141 Folder F.1-3 Transcripts, 1984, (3 Folders)


Box 141 Folder F.4 Moral Dilemmas of the Presidency --Proposal, 1982


Box 141 Folder F.5 National Institute of Justice --Seminar Packet, 1994


Box 141 Folder F.6-7 National Seminar on the Bill of Rights-- Transcripts, 1982 April 3, (2 Folders)



Box 142 Folder F.1 National Seminar on the Bill of Rights --Transcripts, 1982 April 3


Box 142 Folder F.3-4 National Seminar on State Courts and Public Policy --Transcripts, 1979, (2 Folders)



Box 143 Folder F.1 National Seminar on State Courts and Public Policy --Transcripts, 1979


Box 143 Folder F.2 New York State Foundation Conference on Crime and Punishment --Planning Materials, 1985



Folder F.3 Nuclear Winter--Proposal, 1984



Box 143 Promotional Materials, 1990


Box 143 Folder F.5-6 "Athletics and Academics: An Uneasy Alliance"--Research Notes and Transcript, 1989, (2 Folders)


Box 143 Folder F.7 Brawley Case--Planning Materials, 1988


Box 143 Folder F.8-9 "Entertainment News or Entertainment?"--Research Notes and Transcript, 1988, (2 Folders)



Box 144 The Other Side of the News


Box 144 Folder F.1 "Television and Terrorism: Who Calls the Shots?"--Planning Materials, 1990


Box 144 Folder F.2 "Safe Speech, Free Speech, and the Constitution"--Planning Materials, 1991


Box 144 Folder F.3-4 "Safe Speech, Free Speech, and the Constitution"--Transcript, 1991, (2 Folders)


Box 144 Folder F.5 Popular Culture: Rage, Rights, and Responsibility --Research Notes and Articles, 1992


Box 144 Folder F.6-7 Preserving the Independence and Integrity of the Judiciary --Transcripts, 1985, (2 Folders)



Folder F.8 The President and Congress --Planning Materials and Notes, circa, 1986



Box 144 General, 1987



Box 145 The Presidency and the Constitution


Box 145 Folder F.1 Planning Materials, 1987


Box 145 Folder F.2 Promotional Packet, 1987


Box 145 Folder F.3 Draft of Program Introduction, undated


Box 145 Folder F.4 Case I: "The President and Arms Control"--Transcript, undated


Box 145 Folder F.5-7 Case II: "The President and the Judiciary"--Transcript, 1987 January 9, (3 Folders)



Box 146 The Presidency and the Constitution


Box 146 Folder F.1 Case III: "Proposed Changes in the Constitution,", 1987


Box 146 Folder F.2 Profit and Promises: Reworking the American Dream --Seminar Report and Clippings, 1994


Box 146 Folder F.3 Problems of the Administration of Justice --Research Notes, 1990


Box 146 Folder F.4 Racism , undated


Box 146 Folder F.5-6 Reading, Writing, and the Law --Transcripts, 1980, (2 Folders)


Box 146 Folder F.7 Religion and the Law --Transcripts, 1983



Box 147 Folder F.1-2 Religion and the Law --Transcripts, 1983, (2 Folders)


Box 147 Folder F.3-4 Right to Die? --Research Notes and Articles, 1989-1990, (2 Folders)


Box 147 Folder F.5 The Role of the Media --Seminar Outline, 1992


Box 147 Folder F.6-9 Schools under Siege: Who Gives a Damn?-- Research Notes and Articles, 1990, (4 Folders)



Box 148 Folder F.1 Schools under Siege --Transcript, 1990 October 29


Box 148 Folder F.2-3 Stakeholders: New Challenges in a Global Marketplace --Notes and Articles, 1990, (2 Folders)


Box 148 Folder F.4 State of Television News --Transcript, 1986 November 25


Box 148 Folder F.5-6 Television and Terrorism --Production Materials, 1990, (2 Folders)



Folder F.7 Terrorism Retreat--Research Notes and Articles, 1986



Box 149 Production Materials, 1991, (2 Folders)


Box 149 Folder F.3 PBS Contract, 1991


Box 149 Folder F.4 Photographs for Promotional Booklet, 1991


Box 149 Folder F.5-7 Hypotheticals and Research Notes, 1991, (3 Folders)



Box 150 Folder F.1 Theater of Learning--Proposal, 1984


Box 150 Folder F.2-3 Who Shall Be Healed? --Research Notes and Outline, 1992, (2 Folders)


Box 150 Folder F.4 Who Lives, Who Dies? --Research Notes and Articles, circa, 1991


Box 150 Folder F.5 Origins of Media and Society Seminars--Interview with Fred and Ruth Friendly, 1996


Box 150 Folder F.6 Clippings, 1984-1990


Box 150 Folder F.7 Notebooks, undated


Box 150 Folder F.8 Untitled Transcript Drafts, undated


Box 150 Folder F.9 Hypotheticals, undated



Box 151 Folder F.1-8 Annenberg/CPB Project (Production Company for Telecourses)--Reports and Correspondence, 1984-1994, (8 Folders)

Series IV: Conferences and Seminars, 1962-1996

In addition to overseeing MSS, Friendly was also an active participant at government, business, and professional conferences. In some cases he was asked to replicate the round-table style of MSS at corporate retreats or annual meetings. At other events, he served as a moderator, panelist, or specialist. Files in this subseries contain notes, correspondence, and programs, and are arranged alphabetically by event title or topic. Two folders at the end of the subseries include invitations and programs for additional events.



Box 152 Folder F.1 1st Circuit Judicial Conference , 1983 October 24


Box 152 Folder F.2 2nd Circuit Judicial Conference , 1991 September 5


Box 152 Folder F.3 9th Circuit Judicial Conference , 1986 August 17


Box 152 Folder F.4 The Abingdon Conference on Political Extremism, the Media and the Law , 1979 November 16


Box 152 Folder F.5 Advertising Association of Ft. Wayne, 1990 January 12


Box 152 Folder F.6 Advertising, News and the First Amendment, 1986 December 18


Box 152 Folder F.7 Advertising Women of NYC, 1989


Box 152 Folder F.8 An Agenda for the 1990 Health, Education, Welfare , 1988 April 12


Box 152 Folder F.9 Anatomy of a Company Move , 1987


Box 152 Folder F.10 Anatomy of a Development , 1988


Box 152 Folder F.11 Anatomy of Hate: Saving Our Children , 1992


Box 152 Folder F.12 Association of Independent Colleges (AICS), 1989 October 18-21


Box 152 Folder F.13 At the Heart of Our Care: Fulfilling Health Care's Social Responsibility , 1991



Box 153 Folder F.1 Seminar on Bilingualism and Education, 1987


Box 153 Folder F.2 The Bill of Rights: Our Guarantee of Freedom , 1990


Box 153 Folder F.3 Bill of Rights Forum , 1990


Box 153 Folder F.4 Bio-Ethics Seminar, 1992


Box 153 Folder F.5 Bold Initiatives for a New Era of Medicine: New Directions for Health Care Leadership , 1987 April 27-29


Box 153 Folder F.6 Broadcasting and the Constitution , 1987 July 13


Box 153 Folder F.7 Building a World Class Workforce , 1990 April 30


Box 153 Folder F.8 Business Forum , 1990 October


Box 153 Folder F.9 Business, Journalism and Ethics , 1990 June 12


Box 153 Folder F.10 Campus Journalism, 1985 December 14


Box 153 Folder F.11 CASE Seminar, 1985


Box 153 Center for Research and Development in Law-Related Education (CRADLE), 1992


Box 153 Folder F.12 Change and Choice , 1987 February 11


Box 153 Folder F.13 Changes in Health Care , 1987 May 12



Box 154 Folder F.1 The Changing Advertiser/Agency Relationship, 1988 May 18


Box 154 Folder F.2 Citicorp Program, 1989


Box 154 Folder F.3 Civility and Civil Rights on Campus , 1991 October 3


Box 154 Folder F.4 Cold War Retrospective: Did We Get the Story Right? , 1990 March 17


Box 154 Folder F.5 Columbia University Alumni Club, 1987 April 23


Box 154 Folder F.6 Communications Law Explosion, 1973 November 1-2, 1973 November


Box 154 Folder F.7 Confluence: Source of New Energy --Medical Library Association, 1987 May 15-20


Box 154 Folder F.8-9 The Constitution, 1987, (2 Folders)


Box 154 Folder F.10 Corporate Governance: The Voice of the Shareholder in the Control of the Company , 1990 November 12


Box 154 Folder F.11 Corporate Takeovers: Ethics and the Law , 1990 March 15


Box 154 Folder F.12 Corpus Christi Education Summit , 1990 February 27



Box 155 Folder F.1 Corpus Christi Education Summit , 1990 February 27


Box 155 Folder F.2 Courage and Ethics in the News: Following the Murrow Tradition , 1989 April 10


Box 155 Folder F.3 The Courts, the Media, and the Public , 1989 May 23


Box 155 Folder F.4 The Creative Executive , 1986 November 10


Box 155 Folder F.5 Crime in America , 1987 March 1


Box 155 Folder F.6 Crossroads of Humanity , 1993 June 12


Box 155 Folder F.7 Dangerous Ideas , 1989 October 8


Box 155 Folder F.8 Deans Distinguished Lectures, 1991


Box 155 Folder F.9 Decriminalization of Drugs , 1990 May 5


Box 155 Folder F.10 The Deficit and the Constitution , 1986 March 16


Box 155 Folder F.11 Dialogue on Employment Training , 1988 September 26


Box 155 Folder F.12 Doctors and Lawyers at the Crossroads , 1988 March 18


Box 155 Folder F.13 Docudrama: Why Is It Controversial? , 1986 April 4


Box 155 Folder F.14 Doctors and Lawyers at the Crossroads , 1988 March 18


Box 155 Folder F.15 Drinking Water Technology and Ethics, 1987 March 14



Box 156 Folder F.1 Due Process/First Amendment, 1988 May 14


Box 156 Folder F.2 Earth 2020 Rethinking Our Relationship to the Environment , 1990 April 19


Box 156 Folder F.3 Eastern Educational Consortium Conference , 1988 October 26


Box 156 Folder F.4 Economic Summit, 1990 July 9


Box 156 Folder F.5 Th e Editorial Integrity Project , 1986 January 20


Box 156 Folder F.6 Education 2015 Strategies for a Humane, Peaceful and Equitable World , 1987


Box 156 Folder F.7 Education: Issues Facing American Business , 1990 April 11


Box 156 Folder F.8 Education and the Media: Are Graduates Meeting Broadcast Needs? , 1989 November 11


Box 156 Folder F.9 Educational Resources and Equity: Who Takes the Cuts? , 1991 March 15


Box 156 Folder F.10 Educational Seminar, 1990 September 14


Box 156 Folder F.11 Ethical and Constitutional Issues Facing Journalists , 1988 September 16


Box 156 Folder F.12 Ethical Issues, 1988 October 14


Box 156 Folder F.13 Ethical Management Standards, 1991 June 7


Box 156 Folder F.14 Ethics Forum, Dartmouth, 1988



Box 157 Folder F.1 Ethics and Health Care, 1986 October 17


Box 157 Folder F.2 Ethics and Legislation, 1986


Box 157 Folder F.3 Ethics and Litigation: Changing Rules of the Road , 1986 August 12


Box 157 Folder F.4 Ethics and Marketing, 1986 October 15


Box 157 Folder F.5 Ethics and Values in Today's Society , 1986 October 29


Box 157 Folder F.6 Ethics in American Education, 1989 December 1


Box 157 Folder F.7 Ethics in American Public Life , 1988 February 29


Box 157 Folder F.8 Ethics in Business: the Hard Choices , 1989 May 17


Box 157 Folder F.9 Ethics in the Law and Media, 1989 March 7


Box 157 Folder F.10 Ethics in the Media, 1991 April 11


Box 157 Folder F.11 Ethics, Provosts Forum, 1990 April 18


Box 157 Folder F.12 Ethics Seminars--Programs, 1988-1990


Box 157 Folder F.13 Exploring the Philosophical circa, 1988



Box 158 Folder F.1 The Fallout From Chernobyl , 1989 February 11


Box 158 Folder F.2 Fashion Institute of Technology, 1985


Box 158 Folder F.3 The Federal Judiciary: What Role Politics? , 1985 February 16


Box 158 Folder F.4 Financial World, 1989 September 13


Box 158 Folder F.5 First Amendment Seminars, 1985-1991


Box 158 Folder F.6 First Family Life, 1992 October 15


Box 158 Folder F.7 Fox Broadcasting Television Critics Panel, 1991 August 5


Box 158 Folder F.8 Free Expression After 200 Years , 1991 March 4


Box 158 Folder F.9-10 Free Trial, Fair Press , 1987 February 19, (2 Folders)


Box 158 Folder F.11 Frontier Thinking: Sustaining Environment, Protecting Development , 1990 March 21


Box 158 Folder F.12 The Future of Health Care in America , 1987 April 10


Box 158 Folder F.13 Future of Science and Services , 1990 October 23



Box 159 Folder F.1 Get the Feds Out of Higher Education , 1982 May 10


Box 159 Folder F.2 Government Computers, 1989


Box 159 Folder F.3 Government Structure, undated


Box 159 Folder F.4 Health Aspects of Nuclear Power Plant Incidents , 1983 April 7


Box 159 Folder F.5 Health, Education, Welfare , 1987 April 12


Box 159 Folder F.6 Healthcare for the Aging , 1987 June 18


Box 159 Folder F.7 Healthcare in America: Change, Challenge and Controversy , 1987 November 10


Box 159 Folder F.8 Honor Medical Society, 1991 November 21


Box 159 Folder F.9 Hospitals and the Elderly , 1987 March 12


Box 159 Folder F.10 Hospital Trustee Forum, 1991 October 5


Box 159 Folder F.11 Seminar on Hostage Situations, 1990


Box 159 Folder F.12 Impact Symposium, 1989 February 16


Box 159 Folder F.13 The Impact of the Media on Political Institutions , 1985 August 8


Box 159 Folder F.14 In the Interests of Justice --Transcript, 1985 October 28


Box 159 Folder F.15 In Pursuit of Useful Knowledge: Journalists as Educators , 1989


Box 159 Folder F.16 Industrial Development Research Council, 1990 October 31


Box 159 Folder F.17 Independent Filmmaker's Association, 1983 April 10


Box 159 Folder F.18 Institute for Retired Professionals, 1993


Box 159 Folder F.19 Integration: Success Through Teamwork , 1988 May 25


Box 159 Folder F.20 International Radio Television Foundation Dinner, 1991


Box 159 Folder F.21 Ivy Plus News--Director's Conference, 1990



Box 160 Folder F.1 John Peter Zenger: A Symposium , 1985 October 25


Box 160 Folder F.2 Judges, Journalism and the Constitution , 1985 April 19


Box 160 Folder F.3 Judicature, 1982 June 10


Box 160 Folder F.4 Kidspeak Forum, 1988 March 12


Box 160 Folder F.5 Law Day, 1990 May 3



Folder F.6 Libel Defense Resource Center Jury Project, 1983 November 17



Box 160 "The Price of Politics,", 1996 December 14


Box 160 Folder F.8 "Whose Law, Whose Order?", 1996 December 14


Box 160 Folder F.9 "Privacy and Security on the Eve of the Millennium,", 1996 December 15


Box 160 Folder F.10 The Mandate to Broaden , 1991 October 12


Box 160 Folder F.11 The Mass Communications Explosion Legacy of the 20th Century , 1989 February 2


Box 160 Folder F.12 Media: Behind the Headlines , 1984 February 15


Box 160 Folder F.13 The Media and Children's Issues , 1985 November 26


Box 160 Folder F.14 Media Ethics and Privacy , 1989 October 2


Box 160 Folder F.15 Media Executive Conference , 1989


Box 160 Folder F.16 The Media and the Information Industry , 1986 April 29


Box 160 Folder F.17 Media and the Law , 1979



Box 161 Folder F.1 The Media: Perils and Promise , 1990 March 24


Box 161 Folder F.2 Media, Power and Democracy , 1987 May 15


Box 161 Folder F.3 Media Standards and Journalistic Accountability , 1989 March 23


Box 161 Folder F.4 Medical Ethics--Transcript, 1980


Box 161 Folder F.5 Media Ethics and Privacy, 1989 October 2


Box 161 Folder F.6 Medical Malpractice, Ethics and the News Media , 1985 July 28


Box 161 Folder F.7 Mental Illness and the Media: The Next Step , 1988 October 20


Box 161 Folder F.8 Money and the University , 1990


Box 161 Folder F.9 Moral Issues in Managing Health Care , 1987 April 27


Box 161 Folder F.10 Murrow Symposium, 1983


Box 161 Folder F.11 National Business Leadership Conference, 1991 April 18


Box 161 Folder F.12 National Defense University Board of Visitors Meeting, 1985


Box 161 Folder F.13 Near vs. Minnesota: 50 Years Later , 1983


Box 161 Folder F.14 The New Agendas: A Regional Leadership Conference , 1989 January 13


Box 161 Folder F.15 The New Chief Executive , 1987


Box 161 Folder F.16 New Horizons: Probing the Next Decade , 1988 September 30



Box 162 Folder F.1 Seminar on New York City Campaign Finance, 1983 October 22


Box 162 Folder F.2 New Jersey Bar Bicentennial, 1987


Box 162 Folder F.3 New York Partnership Meeting, 1991 June 25


Box 162 Folder F.4 New York Governance in the 21st Century: A Public-Private Partnership , 1988


Box 162 Folder F.5 New York State Juvenile Justice System, 1985 November 23


Box 162 Folder F.6 Newspaper Publishing Seminar, 1989 March 5


Box 162 Folder F.7 Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, 1987 December 8


Box 162 Folder F.8 Northern Justice Conference and Alaskan Bar Association Convention, 1990 June 7-9, 1990 June


Box 162 Folder F.9 Nursing Homes, 1988 October 18


Box 162 Folder F.10 The Police and the Public , 1982 May 7


Box 162 Folder F.11 Politics and the Mass Media , 1970


Box 162 Folder F.12 Preserving the Global Environment: The Challenge of Shared Leadership, 1990 April 19


Box 162 Folder F.13 The Presidency , 1983


Box 162 Folder F.14 Press and the Public: The Right to Know , 1988 October 24


Box 162 Folder F.15 The Press, the Constitution and Responsibility , 1987 April 2


Box 162 Folder F.16 Press Panel Discussion, 1983 January 28


Box 162 Folder F.17 The Press Today: Free and Fair? , 1986 March 8



Box 163 Folder F.1 Privacy, News, and the First Amendment , 1989


Box 163 Folder F.2 Privacy vs. the Right to Know: HIV Testing in Health Care , 1991 November


Box 163 Folder F.3 Problems of the Administration of Justice and Law Enforcement in the North , 1990 June 7


Box 163 Folder F.4 Program in Applied Ethics, 1989 March 28


Box 163 Folder F.5 Provosts Forum, Kent State University, 1990 April 18


Box 163 Folder F.6 Public Association Library Program, 1989


Box 163 Folder F.7 The Public is Right , 1989 February 7


Box 163 Folder F.8 Publishing in the Next Millennium , 1987 May 3


Box 163 Folder F.9 Quality and Cost Forum, 1987 April 26


Box 163 Folder F.10 The Question Why --BBC Program, 1972


Box 163 Folder F.11 Radio Television News Directors Association, 1962-1965


Box 163 Folder F.12 Rebuilding Urban America, 1988 October 24


Box 163 Folder F.13 Re-examining Values: Society in Transition , 1991 March 5


Box 163 Folder F.14 Reporting on the Courts and the Law, 1991 October 4


Box 163 Folder F.15 The Right to Privacy: A Socratic Dialogue , 1991 October 24


Box 163 Folder F.16 The Role of Judiciary in a Modern Democracy, 1987 August 10


Box 163 Folder F.17 San Diego Forum on Ethics, 1988 December 6



Box 164 Folder F.1 A Scenario in Ethics, 1986-1991


Box 164 Folder F.2 Science Week Project, 1995 December 16


Box 164 Folder F.3 Search and Seizure, 1986 June 2


Box 164 Folder F.4 Senior Symposium: Applying Ethical Principles , 1986 April 12


Box 164 Folder F.5 Seventh Edinburgh International Television Festival, 1982


Box 164 Folder F.6 Shaping Tomorrow's Workforce , 1988 September 26


Box 164 Folder F.7 Social Responsibility of the Mass Media, 1969 November 19


Box 164 Folder F.8 Society of Christian Ethics, 1986 January 17


Box 164 Folder F.9 Society for College and University Planning, 1991 July 15


Box 164 Folder F.10 Socratic Dialogue, 1985-1989


Box 164 Folder F.11 Sounds of Change , 1988 June 22


Box 164 Folder F.12 Special Advertising Sections, 1984


Box 164 Folder F.13 Spoils, Ethics and the Washington Way of Life , 1990 March 5



Box 165 Folder F.1 Spoils, Ethics and the Washington Way of Life , 1990 March 5


Box 165 Folder F.2 Substance Abuse, 1989


Box 165 Folder F.3 Telecourse Conference, 1988


Box 165 Folder F.4 Television: the Power of the Media , 1986 November 22


Box 165 Folder F.5 Terrorism and the News Media: The Beirut Hostage Crisis , 1985 October 18


Box 165 Folder F.6 Dick Thornburgh/Harris Wofford Debate, 1991


Box 165 Folder F.7 Through the Learning Glass , 1992 April 10


Box 165 Folder F.8 Trustee Retreat (Seminar on Higher Education), 1991 October 11


Box 165 Folder F.9 The Two Worlds of the Campus Journalist , 1985


Box 165 Folder F.10 The U.S. Constitution: Assuring Continuity through Controversy , 1987 June 1


Box 165 Folder F.11 United States District Court Judicial Conference, 1988 March 31


Box 165 Folder F.12 UNCF Citicorp Fellows Program, 1989


Box 165 Folder F.13 U.S. Television News (Seminars in Contemporary American Studies), 1981 July 10


Box 165 Folder F.14 Values and Visions (Hospital Ethics), 1986 May 22


Box 165 Folder F.15 Voluntary Hospital of America Panel, 1989



Box 166 Folder F.1 Window on the World: History of World Television --Proposal, 1982


Box 166 Folder F.2 Women at the Crossroads , 1989 October 11


Box 166 Folder F.3 Worldwide Marketing Seminar for Campbell Soup Company , 1986 October 15


Box 166 Folder F.4-5 Contracts and Programs for Other Seminars, 1981-1991, (2 Folders)

Series V: Television and Radio, 1947-1991

This series contains a small but varied representation of Friendly's career as an announcer, from his early work as a writer and announcer for WEAN-Providence though his time as president of CBS. Materials include scripts and transcripts of programs with related notes, office correspondence and memos, and research notes.


Subseries V.1: CBS, 1947-1991

This subseries holds scripts, transcripts, and related notes for radio programsI Can Hear it Now: 1933-1945andI Can Hear it Now: the 1960s, and episodes of the television programsSee It Now,CBS Reports,CBS News Specials, and several stand alone programs. It also contains a small amount of correspondence about the production of programs and clippings, articles, and correspondence concerning to Edward R. Murrow.


CBS Radio


Box 166 Folder F.6 Correspondence, 1964-1968


Box 166 Folder F.7 CBS News Ten-Minute Hourly Radio--Script, circa, 1968


Quote, Unquote


Box 166 Folder F.8 Audition Script, 1947 October 13


Box 166 Folder F.9 Transcript, 1947


Box 166 Folder F.10 "This is Edward R. Murrow"--Script, 1965 April 30


Box 166 Folder 11 "WCBS Looks at Television,", 1966 March 25



Box 167 "1933-1945"--Script Drafts, circa, 1948, (9 Folders)



Box 168 Folder F.1 "1933-1945"--Script Drafts, circa, 1948


Box 168 Folder F.2-3 Clippings, 1948-1970, (2 Folders)


Box 168 Folder F.4 Contracts, 1950-1951


Box 168 Folder F.5 "1960s"--Outline and Notes, 1970


Box 168 Folder F.6-10 "1960s"--Script Drafts, circa, 1970, (5 Folders)



Box 169 Folder F.1-8 "1960s"--Script Drafts, circa, 1970, (8 Folders)



Box 170 Folder F.1-2 "1960s"--Script Drafts, circa, 1970, (2 Folders)


Box 170 Folder F.3 Research Notes and Memos, 1970s


CBS TV


General


Box 170 Folder F.4 Thursday News with Fred Friendly--Introduction by Richard Salant, undated


Box 170 Folder F.5-6 Correspondence and Memos, 1961-1972, (2 Folders)


Box 170 Folder F.7 Resignation, 1966


Box 170 Folder F.8 List of Documentaries Produced by CBS, 1966-1973



Box 171 Individual Program Episodes


Box 171 Folder F.1 "CBS Building Show"--Transcript, 1966 July 9


Box 171 Folder F.2 "Conversation with President Kennedy"--Transcript, 1962 December 17


Box 171 Folder F.3 Face the Nation--Transcript, 1969 September 14


Box 171 Folder F.4 "An Hour with Ed Murrow"--Transcript, 1965 April 30


Box 171 Folder F.5-6 "The Senate and the Watergate Affair"--Transcript and Research Notes, 1973 May 13, (2 Folders)


Box 171 Folder F.7 "Small World"--List of Panels, 1959


Box 171 Folder F.8 Vietnam News Coverage--Attack on Cam Ne--Correspondence, 1965


Box 171 Folder F.9 Vietnam News Coverage--Correspondence, 1965


Box 171 Folder F.10 VIETMAN PERSPECTIVE: "The Congress and the War"--Transcript, 1966 January 30


Box 171 Folder F.11 "Watching the Watchdog"--Transcript, 1981 April 20


Box 171 Show Schedules, 1951-1957


Box 171 Folder 1F.3 Clippings, 1954-1982


Box 171 Folder F.14 Draft of Series Introduction, circa, 1954


Box 171 Folder F.15 Friendly's thoughts on SEE IT NOW, undated


Box 171 Folder F.16 Churchill--Transcript, undated


Box 171 Folder F.17 "Conversation with J. Robert Oppenheimer"--Transcript, 1955 January 4


Box 171 Folder F.18 Egypt and Israel--Transcript and Notes, 1956 March 13



Box 172 Folder F.1 "The Farm Problem"--Transcript, 1956 January 26


Joseph McCarthy Program


Box 172 Folder F.2 Clippings, 1956-1968


Box 172 Folder F.3 Transcript, 1954 March 9


Box 172 Folder F.4 Correspondence and Press Statements, 1954 March-April


Box 172 Folder F.5-6 Draft of "The Senator and the Broadcaster," by Joseph Wershba, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 172 Folder F.7 Rebuttal Program--Transcript, 1954 April 6


Box 172 Folder F.8 New York City Philharmonic--Transcript, 1954 March 2


Box 172 Folder F.9 Satchmo Program--Draft of Program Introduction, undated


Box 172 Folder F.10 "The Secret Life of Danny Kaye"--Transcript, 1957 December 2


Box 172 Folder F.11 "Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii"--Transcript, 1958 March 2


Box 172 Folder F.12 "Sweating Out Christmas in Korea"--Transcript, 1952 December 10


Box 172 Folder F.13 "The Vice Presidency"--Transcript, 1955


Box 172 Folder F.14 "Victory at Thermopylae"--Transcript, 1955 June 28



Box 173 "Business and the Press,", 1982 December 25


Box 173 Folder F.2 "A Conversation with Henry Kissinger,", 1973 February 1


Box 173 Folder F.3 "The Coverage of Terror,", undated


Box 173 Folder F.4 "Justice Black and the Bill of Rights,", 1971 July 20


Box 173 Folder F.5 "Private Lives, Public Press,", 1983 April 11


Box 173 CBS Reports 1959-1964--booklet, 1964


Transcripts


Box 173 Folder F.7 "109 Days to Venus,", 1962 December 12


Box 173 Folder F.8 "Abortion and the Law,", 1965 April 5


Box 173 Folder F.9 "Barry Goldwater-The View from the Right,", 1962 March 3


Box 173 Folder F.10 "The Beat Majority and the Supreme Court,", 1962 March 29


Box 173 Folder F.11 "Berlin: End of the Line,", 1960 June 17


Box 173 Folder F.12 "Biography of a Bookie Joint,", 1961-1963


Box 173 Folder F.13 "Biography of a Cancer,", 1960 April 21


Box 173 Folder F.14 "Biography of a Missile,", 1959 October 27


Box 173 Folder F.15 "Birth Control and the Law,", 1963 May 29


Box 173 Folder F.16 "Brazil: The Rude Awakening,", 1961 November 2


Box 173 Folder F.17 "Breaking the Trade Barrier,", 1962 May 24


Box 173 Folder F.18 "Britain: Blood, Sweat and Tears Plus 20,", 1961 March 30


Box 173 Folder F.19 "Bulldozed America,", 1965 September 14


Box 173 Folder F.20 "The Business of Health: Medicine, Money and Politics,", 1961 February 2


Box 173 Folder F.21 "The Business of Heroin,", 1964 January 22


Box 173 Folder F.22 "The California Battleground: Nixon vs. Brown,", 1962 October 31



Box 174 Folder F.1 "Can We Disarm?", 1961 December 14


Box 174 Folder F.2 "Carl Sandburg at Gettysburg,", 1961 April 13


Box 174 Folder F.3 "The Case of the Boston Electra,", 1961 February 16


Box 174 Folder F.4 "Case History of a Rumor,", 1963 November 13


Box 174 Folder F.5 "The Catholics and the Schools,", 1964 February 5


Box 174 Folder F.6 "Cigarettes: A Collision of Interests,", 1964 April 15


Box 174 Folder F.7 "The Crisis of Presidential Succession,", 1964 January 8


Box 174 Folder F.8 "Crossroads Africa: Pilot for a Peace Corps,", 1961 March 16


Box 174 Folder F.9-10 "D-Day Plus 20 Years: Eisenhower Returns to Normandy,", 1964 June 5, (2 Folders)


Box 174 Folder F.11 "Deadlock: The Railroad Dispute,", 1963 June 12


Box 174 Folder F.12 "Death In the City Room,", 1962 January 25


Box 174 Folder F.13 "DeGaulle: The Challenge,", 1964 May 6


Box 174 Folder F.14 "DeGaulle: Roots of Power,", 1964 April 29


Box 174 Folder F.15 "The Divorce Dilemma,", 1966 February 15


Box 174 Folder F.16 "East Europe: Satellites Out of Orbit,", 1965 February 8


Box 174 Folder F.17 "The Education of George Waruhiu,", 1964 June 24


Box 174 Folder F.18 "Eisenhower,"1963 January 23


Box 174 Folder F.19 "The Fat American,", 1962 January 18


Box 174 Folder F.20 "Filibuster-Birth Struggle of a Law,", 1964 March 18


Box 174 Folder F.21 "The Flight from Hollywood,", 1964 February 19


Box 174 Folder F.22 "Germany Since Hitler: Adenauer Sums Up,", 1963 February 6


Box 174 Folder F.23 "Gideon's Trumpet: The Poor Man and the Law,", 1964 October 7



Box 175 Folder F.1 "The Great American Funeral,", 1963 October 23


Box 175 Folder F.2 "The Great Holiday Massacre,", 1960 December 26


Box 175 Folder F.3 "The Harlem Temper,", 1963-1964


Box 175 Folder F.4 "Harvest of Shame,", 1960 November 25


Box 175 Folder F.5 "The Hidden Face of Poverty" and "Death of a Navy Yard,", 1965 January 4


Box 175 Folder F.6 "The Hot and Cold Wars of Allen Dulles,", 1962 April 26


Box 175 Folder F.7 "An Hour With the Secretary of State,", 1962 November 28


Box 175 Folder F.8 "I.O.U. $315,000,000,000,", 1966 March 15


Box 175 Folder F.9 "In Case of War,", 1961 November 9


Box 175 Folder F.10 "Iran: Brittle Ally,", 1961 December 18


Box 175 Folder F.11 "John Kennedy: The View from the Cabinet,", 1963 December 18


Box 175 Folder F.12 "The Keeper of the Rules: Congressman Smith and the New Frontier,", 1961 January 19


Box 175 Folder F.13 "The Legacy of the Thresher,", 1964 March 4


Box 175 Folder F.14 "LSD: The Spring Grove Experiment,", 1966 May 17


Box 175 Folder F.15 "The Man Who Built New York,", 1963 April 17


Box 175 Folder F.16 "McNamara and the Pentagon,", 1963 September 25


Box 175 Folder F.17 "Mexico: A Lesson in Latin,", 1966 April 26


Box 175 Folder F.18 "Mississippi and the 15th Amendment,", 1962 September 26


Box 175 Folder F.19 "Money and the Next President,", 1960 October 27


Box 175 Folder F.20 "Mr. Europe and the Common Market,", 1962 March 22


Box 175 Folder F.21 "Murder and the Right to Bear Arms,", 1964 June 10


Box 175 Folder F.22 "New York Battleground: The Race for the Senate,", 1964 October 21


Box 175 Folder F.23 "Nigeria: The Freedom Explosion,", 1960 February 15


Box 175 Folder F.24 "The Other Face of Dixie,", 1962 October 24


Box 175 Folder F.25 "Our Election Day Illusions: The Beat Majority,", 1961 January 5



Box 176 Folder F.1 "The Policeman's Lot,", 1966 March 29


Box 176 Folder F.2 "The Population Explosion,", 1959 November 11


Box 176 Folder F.3 "The Press and the Law," 1965 January 181, 1965 January


Box 176 Folder F.4 "The Priest and the Politician,", 1963 September 18


Box 176 Folder F.5 "The Rating Game,", 1965 July 12


Box 176 Folder F.6 "A Real Case of Murder: The People vs. Peter Manceri,", 1961 March 2


Box 176 Folder F.7 "Reflections of a Soviet Scientist,", 1963 May 22


Box 176 Folder F.8 "Rescue with Yul Brynner,", 1960 December 10


Box 176 Folder F.9 "Sabotage in South Africa,", 1962 December 19


Box 176 Folder F.10 "Segregation: Northern Style,", 1964 December 9


Box 176 Folder F.11 "The Selling of the Pentagon,", 1971 March 23


Box 176 Folder F.12 "The Selling of the Pentagon: A Postscript,", 1971


Box 176 Folder F.13 "The Selling of the Pentagon"--Summaries of Criticism, 1971


Box 176 Folder F.14 "Showdown in the Congo,", 1962 October 3


Box 176 Folder F.15 "The Space Lag,", 1960 January 6


Box 176 Folder F.16 "Storm Over the Supreme Court,", 1963


Box 176 Folder F.17-18 "Story of a New Drug"--Research Material, 1963, (2 Folders)



Box 177 Folder F.1 "The Taxed American,", 1962


Box 177 Folder F.2 "The Teen-Age Smoker,", 1962 September 19


Box 177 Folder F.3 "Three Presidents on the Presidency - Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy,", 1963 November 27


Box 177 Folder F.4 "Thunder on the Right,", 1962 February 22


Box 177 Folder F.5 "The Trials of Charles de Gaulle,", 1961 May 25


Box 177 Folder F.6 "Trujillo: Portrait of a Dictator,", 1960 September 15


Box 177 Folder F.7 "UFO: Friend, Foe or Fantasy,", 1966 May 10


Box 177 Folder F.8 "U.N.: Beleaguered Fortress,", 1965 April 19


Box 177 Folder F.9 "The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception,", 1982, (2 Folders)


Box 177 Folder F.10 "The U.S. and the Two Chinas,", 1964 November 11


Box 177 Folder F.11 "Vietnam: The Deadly Decision,", 1964 April 1


Box 177 Folder F.12 "Vietnam: The Other War,", 1966 April 12


Box 177 Folder F.13 "The Volga,", 1966 January 4


Box 177 Folder F.14 "Walter Lippmann on Leadership,", 1960 August 11


Box 177 Folder F.15 "Walter Lippman, Year End,", 1961 December 21



Box 178 Folder F.1 "Walter Lippman, Year End,", 1961 December 21


Box 178 Folder F.2 "The War at the Top of the World,", 1963 January 9


Box 178 Folder F.3 "The Water Famine,", 1961 October 19


Box 178 Folder F.4 "Who Speaks for Birmingham?", 1961 May 18


Box 178 Folder F.5 "Who Speaks for the South?", 1960 May 27


Box 178 Folder F.6 "Why Man in Space?", 1961 April 27


Box 178 Folder F.7 "The Year of the Polaris,", 1960 October 11



Box 179 Edward R. Murrow, 1947-1991


Box 179 Folder F.1 "Edward R. Murrow and the News" (CBS TV program)--Promotional Materials, 1947


Box 179 Folder F.4 Murrow's Address to the Radio and Television Network Directors Association, 1958 October 15


Box 179 Folder F.5 CBS Correspondence Concerning Murrow's Death, 1965


Box 179 Folder F.6 Editorials about Murrow's Death, 1965 April 27-28


Box 179 Folder F.7 Memorial Symposium, 1985-1991


Box 179 Folder F.8 Murrow: The Man Who Made the News (HBO film)--Promotional Packet and Correspondence, 1985


Box 179 Folder F.9 Prime Time: The Life of Edward R. Murrow , 1969


Box 179 Folder F.11 Good Night and Good Luck: An Evening with Edward R. Murrow by Joseph Vitale--Draft of Play, undated


Subseries V.2: NBC Radio, 1948-1950

Subseries V.2 contains scripts of two programs that Friendly wrote and directed while working as a radio producer for NBC; the quiz showWho Said That?andThe Quick and the Dead, a documentary about the creation of the atomic bomb. It also includes a script of "Thinking Things Through," an interview with Richard Charles Rothschild.


Box 179 Folder F.12-13 Who Said That --Contract and Scripts, 1948-1949, (2 Folders)


Box 179 Folder F.14-15 The Quick and the Dead --Drafts and Scripts, 1950 July, (2 Folders)


Box 179 Folder F.16 Thinking Things Through --Transcript, 1950 September 15


Subseries V.3: PBS Television, 1968-1986

This subseries is comprised of notes on funding for public television and transcripts for the PBS specials "Behind the Lines" and "The Whole World is Watching," as well asWhy in the World, a public affairs program aimed at teenagers, which Friendly helped write and moderate.



Box 180 Folder F.1 Ethics and Funding for Public TV--Notes and Correspondence, 1968-1969


Box 180 Folder F.2 "The Whole World is Watching"--Transcript, 1968 December 22


Box 180 Folder F.3 "Behind the Lines"--Transcript, 1971


Box 180 Folder F.4 "Why in the World"--1984-1986


Subseries V.4: WEAN Radio, 1947

This small subseries of material from Friendly's first radio job in Providence, Rhode Island contains scripts for several programs includingFootprints in the Sands of Time, which he wrote and narrated.


Box 180 Folder F.5 Footprints on the Sands of Time --Transcripts, circa, 1947


Box 180 Folder F.6 "Foreign Correspondent"--Transcript, circa, 1947


Box 180 Folder F.7-8 "Gallup Poll of the Air"--Transcript and Notes, 1947, (2 Folders)


Box 180 Folder F.9 Research Notes, circa, 1947

Series VI : General, 1934-2004


Subseries VI.1: Appointment Books and Phone Logs, 1961-1990

While the entries in many of Friendly's appointment books and phone logs were sparse, these have been retained for their somewhat more detailed notes. They provide a glimpse at Friendly's busy day-to-day life and his many meetings with government officials and prominent members of the television and radio industries


Appointment Books



Box 181 Folder F.1 1961


Box 181 Folder F.2 1965


Box 181 Folder F.3 1968


Box 181 Folder F.4 1974


Box 181 Folder F.5 1986


Box 181 Folder F.6 1990



Box 182 Phone Logs


Box 182 Folder F.1-10 1981 May 19-1985 January 24, (10 notebooks)



Box 183 Folder F.1-8 1985 January 5-1987 August 6, (8 notebooks)



Box 184 Folder F.1-9 1987 August 7-1989 October 21, (9 notebooks)


Subseries VI.2: Awards, 1967-1997

This subseries documents some of the many awards Friendly received throughout his career. Also included is information on the Fred Friendly First Amendment Award at Quinnipiac College and its recipients. Documents include invitations, programs, clippings, correspondence, and some photographs. Files are arranged alphabetically by award title or awarding institution.



Box 185 Folder F.1 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences--Hall of Fame Inductee, 1994


Box 185 Folder F.2 Alfred I. DuPont Columbia University Awards, 1993-1994


Box 185 Folder F.3 American Bar Association--Silver Gavel Medal, 1992 and 1982, 1992, 1982


Box 185 Folder F.4 American Judicature Society--Justice Award, 1985


Box 185 Folder F.5 Anti Defamation League of B'nai Brith--Hubert H Humphrey First Amendment Freedom Prize, 1988


Box 185 Folder F.6 Barnard Medal of Distinction, 1992 May 12


Box 185 Folder F.7 Brown University Commencement - Honorary Degree, 1985


Box 185 Folder F.8 Columbia University--Honorary Degree, 1986



Box 186 Folder F.1 Columbia University, Teachers College--Medal for Distinguished Service, 1995


Box 186 Folder F.2 Committee to Protect Journalists--Burton Benjamin Memorial Award, 1997


Box 186 Folder F.3 Creative Arts Rehabilitation Center Awards Dinner--Public Spirit Award


Box 186 Folder F.4 Distinguished Achievement in Journalism Dinner-University of Southern California, 1989


Box 186 Folder F.5 Friendly Hall Centennial Celebration-University of Oregon, 1993


Box 186 Folder F.6 Grinnell College Convocation--Honorary Degree, 1967


Box 186 Folder F.7 International Documentary Association - Career Achievement, 1986


Box 186 Folder F.8 International Press Freedom--Awards Dinner, 1997


Box 186 Folder F.9 John Peter Zenger Award--University of Arizona, 1982


Box 186 Folder F.10 Lab School of Washington--Outstanding Disabled Achievers, 1989


Box 186 Folder F.11 Libel Defense Resource Center--William J. Brennan Jr. Defense of Freedom Awards, 1997


Box 186 Folder F.12 Lowell Thomas Centennial Awards, 1992


Box 186 Folder F.13 National Broadcast Editorial Association's Madison Award, 1982


Box 186 Folder F.14 National Press Foundation--Awards Dinner, 1988



Box 187 Folder F.1 New Jersey State Bar Foundation Awards Dinner, 1992


Box 187 Folder F.2 New York Law School--Honorary Degree, 1987


Box 187 Folder F.3 Polk Awards, 1991


Box 187 Folder F.4 Quinnipiac College--First Amendment Award, 1994


Box 187 Folder F.5 Riverdale Mental Health Association Ball Honoring Fred and Ruth Friendly, 1987


Box 187 Folder F.6-7 RTNPA Paul White Award, 1986, (2 Folders)


Box 187 Folder F.8 The Society of the Silurians Honors Fred W Friendly, 1983


Box 187 Folder F.9 Thomas Paine Award, 1990 and 1991, 1990, 1991


Box 187 Folder F.10 United State Holocaust Memorial Liberators Tribute, 1993



Box 188 Folder F.1 University of Utah Department of Communication--Service to Journalism Award, 1986


Box 188 Folder F.2 University of Wisconsin--Honorary Degree, 1970


Box 188 Folder F.3 Washington and Lee University--First Amendment Dinner, 1990


Box 188 Folder F.4 William O. Douglas Award, 1990


Box 188 Folder F.5 Women's American ORT Humanitarian Award, 1993


Box 188 Folder F.6 College of Wooster--Honorary Degree, 1982


Subseries VI.3: Columbia University, 1968-2002

Friendly's work at Columbia is documented by lecture notes, assignments and exams, and memos to students and faculty, which have been arranged chronologically, and by course syllabi, which are arranged alphabetically by title.

This subseries also includes notes, clippings, and information booklets relating to the Summer Program in Broadcast and Print Journalism for Members of Minority Groups, which Friendly created and directed. The program's goal to "bring more members of minority groups into journalism" by providing instruction and training was successful; though most students came into the program without any form of training in journalism, thirty-one of the thirty-six members of the first graduating class were hired by major television and radio stations to work as writers or reporters. The program was later renamed the Michele Clark Fellowship Program for Minority Journalists in memory of a Columbia student. These files have been arranged chronologically


School of Journalism


Box 188 Folder F.7 General, undated


Box 188 Folder F.8-9 Class Assignments, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 188 Folder F.10 NET Journal Special "The Warren Years"--Transcript and Notes, undated


Box 188 Folder F.11 Response to 1968 Riots, 1968, 1968, 1968


Box 188 Folder F.12 Memos to Students, 1968-1971


Box 188 Folder F.13 Memos to Administration, 1969-1972


Box 188 Folder F.14 Class Assignments--Congressional Elections, 1969-1972


Box 188 Folder F.15 CV and Teacher's Record, 1973


Box 188 Folder F.16 Alumni Club--Notes, 1987-1983


Box 188 Folder F.17 Opening Day Remarks, 1988 September 6



Box 189 Folder F.1 Correspondence, 1990-2002


Box 189 Folder F.2-4 Lecture Notes, 1992-1993, (3 Folders)


Box 189 Folder F.5 Student Evaluations, 1971

[restricted until 2051]


Box 189 Syllabi for Courses and Seminars


Box 189 Folder F.6 "Broadcast Journalism and the Making of Public Opinion,", undated


Box 189 Folder F.7 "Confrontation and the Media: World Outside and the Pictures in Our Heads," 1978 Spring, 1978


Box 189 Folder F.8 "The Constitution, the Public and the Media," 1984 Spring, 1984


Box 189 Folder F.9 "Constitutional Law and Journalism," 1984 Spring, 1984


Box 189 Folder F.10 "The Constitution, That Delicate Balance," 1983 Spring, 1983


Box 189 Folder F.11 "Contemporary Civilization: Journalism for Poets, Protestors and Physicists," 1971 Spring, 1971


Box 189 Folder F.12-13 "Contemporary Communications,"1977 Spring, (2 Folders)


Box 189 Folder F.14 Georgene Dreishpoon lecture, 1977 Spring, 1977


Box 189 Folder F.15 "Ethics in America," 1989 Spring, 1989


Box 189 Folder F.16 "Five Years: 1949-1954" (Proposed), undated


Box 189 Folder F.17 "The First Amendment and Electronic Journalism,", 1971


Box 189 Folder F.18 "Journalism and the First Amendment," 1973 Fall, 1973


Box 189 Folder F.19 "Journalism and the Law," 1978 Fall, 1978


Box 189 Folder F.20 "Journalism, Law and Society," 1980 Fall, 1980



Box 190 Folder F.1 "Media and Society: The Making of a Journalist,", undated


Box 190 Folder F.2 "The Media and the First Amendment," 1979 Fall, 1979


Box 190 Folder F.3 "Media, Law, and Society," 1981 Fall, 1981


Box 190 Folder F.4 "News and the Law," 1970 Spring, 1970


Box 190 Folder F.5 "The Presidency,", 1984


Box 190 Folder F.6 "Televison," 1970 Spring, 1970


Michele Clark Fellowship Program for Minority Journalists


Box 190 Folder F.7 Budget and Funding Information, 1968-1975


Box 190 Folder F.8 Memos and Correspondence, 1968-1975


Box 190 Folder F.9 Press Releases, 1968-1975


Box 190 Folder F.10 Reports on Program Success, 1968-1975


Box 190 Folder F.11 Student Lists and Guidebooks, 1968-1975


Box 190 Folder F.12 Teaching Material and Course Schedules, 1968-1975


Box 190 Folder F.13 Program Brochures, 1969-1970



Box 216 Folder F.5 Program Booklet, 1969



Box 191 Folder F.1 Proposal, 1970


Box 191 Folder F.2 Teaching Curriculum, 1970-1972


Box 191 Folder F.3 Clippings--Minority Groups and Journalism, 1970-1971


Box 191 Folder F.4 Michelle Clark Memorial Service--Program and Clippings, 1972 December


Box 191 Folder F.5 Graduation Speech, 1974 August 16


Box 191 Student Papers



Box 217 Folder F.1 "51st State" by Diana Huffman, 1972


Box 217 Folder F.2 "The Agnew Affair" by Terrence L. Martin, 1970


Box 217 Folder F.3 "Anatomy of an Informer" by David Ball, 1973


Box 217 Folder f.4 "Anatomy of a Murder? Anatomy of a News Story" by Joan Page Nassivera, 1976


Box 217 Folder f.5 "Biography of a License: The Fifty-Year History of a Commercial Broadcast Station" by Ralph J. Begleiter, 1972


Box 217 Folder f.6 "'Black Journal' and 'Like it Is': A Discussion" by Jill N. Beasley, 1971


Box 217 Folder F.7 "Broadway's Puzzler" by Don Scott, 1973


Box 217 Folder f.8 "Crisis in Adoption Land" by Steve Petrou, 1972


Box 217 Folder f.9 "Direct Satellite Broadcasting: Implications for Telecommunications Policy" by Janine Ann Petit, 1972


Box 217 Folder f.10 "The Era of the Blacklist" by David Powell, 1975


Box 217 Folder f.11 "Faraday Wood, A Dream Deferred" by Gerthie Hartley, 1971


Box 217 Folder f.12 "Fair Game: CBS and 'The Guns of Autumn'" by Robert Engelman, 1976



Box 218 Folder F.1 "The First Amendment Goes to Court" by Leonard M. Apcar, 1976


Box 218 Folder F.2 "The First Amendment Takes a Beating in Indianapolis" by Rory Quirk, 1972


Box 218 Folder f.3 "Football at Columbia, 1870-1976" by Gregory C. Roberts, 1976


Box 218 Folder f.4 "The Gramercy Gym: Home of Champions" by Greg Aiello, 1976


Box 218 Folder F.5 "In Search of the Gullible: The Media and Their Reports on the Paranormal" by Andrew Skolnick, 1981


Box 218 Folder f.6 "Joseph P. Little: Attica Veteran" by Karen G. Gray, 1973


Box 218 Folder F.7 "Letters to the Anchorman: Talking Back to TV" by Eileen McNamara, 1976


Box 218 Folder f.8 "The Living Room Candidate: Who will Reform Broadcast Campaign Advertising?" by Betsy Bowman, 1972


Box 218 Folder f.9 "A New Breed if Black Inmate" by Karen G. Gray, 1973


Box 218 Folder f.10 "No Joy in Meadville? Nightly Cable is at the Bat" by Jeffrey Hatch, 1971


Box 218 Folder f.11 "A Study of 'How 'Rational' Men Make Decisions" by Lauren Katzowitz, 1971


Box 218 Folder f.12 "The Pay Cable Issue" by Wayne Kabak, 1975


Box 218 Folder f.13 "Portrait of a Nursing Home Patient" by Patricia Roberts, 1973


Box 218 Folder F.14 "Prescription Promotion: Selling the Doctor Drugs" by Peter Frishauf, 1972



Box 219 Folder F.1 "The Presidential Press Conference" by Diana Crawford, 1971


Box 219 Folder F.2 "Press Coverage of the Cornell Crisis: 1969 by Jaipal S. Jhala, undated, 1969, undated


Box 219 Folder F.3 "A Primer on the Fuentes Affair" by Peter Niles Baylor, 1973


Box 219 Folder F.4 "A Radio Documentary Manual" by Michael J. Strauss, 1976


Box 219 Folder F.5 "Report of the Montauk Meeting" by Stephen White, 1982


Box 219 Folder F.6 "Six Views of Times Square" by Lee McEachern, 1973


Box 219 Folder F.7 "The Soul of William Buckley" by Richard A. Reingold, 1971


Box 219 Folder F.8 "The Tale of the Tudor City: How a City Protects Itself" by Sarah R. Bedell, 1973


Box 219 Folder F.9 "Three Nights in Midtown North, or, How Would You Like to Carry a Badge and Work in Times Square?" by Marek Lewanda, 1973


Box 219 Folder f.10 "TV or Not TV? The Question of Cameras in Congress" by Don S. Dickson, 1970


Box 219 Folder f.11 "Up Against the American Flag: Artistic License vs. the New York Flag Desecration Law" by David Pitt, 1971


Box 219 Folder F.12 "Welfare in Suburbia" by Andrew J. Schorr, 1972



Box 220 Folder F.1 "What Ever Happened to Newsman's Privilege?" by Joseph Seldner, 1976


Box 220 Folder F.2-6 Short Student Papers, 1976-1985, (5 Folders)


Subseries VI.4: Personal, 1934-2004

This small subseries contains Friendly's high school transcripts and documents from his service in the Army during World War II. One letter to his mother describes the liberation of the Maulthausen concentration camp. The subseries also includes interviews with Friendly about his work at CBS and Columbia, clippings about his life and career, and obituaries and reactions to his death. Items are arranged chronologically.



Box 191 Folder F.6 High School Transcripts, 1934


World War II


Box 191 Folder F.7 Articles for India-Burma Theater Roundup, 1945


Box 191 Folder F.8 Letter, Friendly to Therese Wachenheimer, 1945 May


Box 191 Folder F.9 Army Notices, 1941-1945


Box 191 Folder F.10 Memorabilia, 1941-1945


Box 191 Folder F.11 Ex-CBI Roundup Articles, 1954-1960


Box 191 Folder F.12 General, 1960s



Box 192 Folder F.1 Interview by Eric Barnouw, 1968 December 27


Box 192 Folder F.2 Interview by 20/20 1981 April 25, 20/20, 1981 April 25


Box 192 Folder F.3 Interview, 1995 October 20


Box 192 Folder F.4-5 White vs. Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters, 1992, (2 Folders)


Box 192 Folder F.6-7 Memorial Articles and Obituaries, 1998, (2 Folders)


Clippings and Articles about Friendly


Box 192 Folder F.8 Biographies, 1963-1992



Box 193 Folder F.1 CBS, 1961-1962


Box 193 Folder F.2 Resignation from CBS, 1966


Box 193 Folder F.3-8 General, 1940-1979, (6 Folders)



Box 194 Folder F.1-7 General, 1980-2004, (7 Folders)


Subseries VI.5: Professional Activities, 1963-1989

Friendly served on several boards outside of his usual work, four of which are represented here. In 1968, New York City mayor John Lindsay appointed Friendly as chairman of the Mayor's Advisory Task Force on CATV and Telecommunications, which researched the feasability of introducing a city-wide cable television system to New York, and its possible impact on local television stations. Research notes, articles, correspondence, and reports document the process. Also present are memos and board proposals relating to the 1986 revision of the New York City Charter, and reports and memos from Friendly's time as a Communications advisor for the Ford Foundation. Finally, there is a small amount of correspondence and notes related to Friendly's position on the board of Riverdale County School in the Bronx.



Box 195 Mayor's Advisory Task Force on CATV and Telecommunications


Box 195 Folder F.1 "An Economic Analysis of Community Antenna Television Systems and the Television Broadcasting Industry" by Martin H. Seiden, 1965 February 12


Box 195 Folder F.2-6 Clippings and Background Research, 1966-1971, (5 Folders)


Box 195 Folder F.7 New York City CATV Franchises, circa, 1965


Box 195 Folder F.8 Correspondence, 1967


Box 195 Folder F.9 "The Impact of CATV Competition on Local Television Stations,", 1967 July 24



Box 196 Folder F.1 Meeting Notes, 1967


Box 196 Folder F.2 "A Proposal for Wired City Television,", 1967 August


Box 196 Folder F.3-4 Impact of the World Trade Center Buildings on Television Reception--Report to FCC, 1967-1968, (2 Folders)


Box 196 Folder F.5-6 "A Report on Cable Television and Cable Telecommunications in New York City,", 1968 September 14, (2 Folders)


Box 196 Folder F.7 "The Present Status of CATV Program Origination Activities Ascertained by a Survey of Published and Unpublished Reports,", 1968 November


Box 196 Folder F.8 "The Future of Cable Television: Some Problems of Federal Regulation,", 1970 January


Box 196 Folder F.9 "Statement of Fred W. Friendly Before the Board of Estimate, City of New York,", 1970 July 23


Box 196 Folder F.10 Notes on FCC Hearing Records, 1970-1971


Box 196 Folder F.11 "Analysis of Three Aspects of CATV"--Report, circa, 1970


Box 196 Folder F.12 "Planning a New Community Antenna System"--Report, circa, 1970



Box 197 Ford Foundation


Box 197 Folder F.1 General, 1969-1971


Box 197 Folder F.2 Communications Satellite Controversy--Press Releases and Clippings, 1963-1966


Box 197 Folder F.3 Reports on Television and Higher Education, 1967


Box 197 Folder F.4 Proposals, 1969


Box 197 Folder F.5 Inter-office Memos, 1979


New York City Charter Revision


Box 197 Folder F.6 Memos, 1989


Box 197 Folder F.7 "Fred Friendly to Meet with City Students on Charter Revision,", 1989


Box 197 Folder F.8 Riverdale School Board of Trustees--Memos, 1968-1970


Subseries VI.6: Research Files, 1960-1992

This subseries holds files of research notes that are not clearly associated with specific projects. Topics include FCC's Fairness Doctrine and the Daily News Strike, among many others. Files have been arranged alphabetically by topic



Box 198 Folder F.1-14 General--Notes and Articles, 1960-1970, (14 Folders)


Box 198 Folder F.15 Bay of Pigs, 1983


Box 198 Folder F.16 Black, Charles Jr., 1983


Box 198 Folder F.17 Cable Television, circa, 1980


Box 198 Folder F.18 Daily News Strike, 1982



Box 199 Federal Communications Commission


Box 199 Folder F.1 Notes and Articles, circa, 1970


Box 199 Folder F.2 "The FCC as it Operates Today"--Transcript, 1971 October 13


Box 199 Folder F.3 "Anti-Trust Networks"--Transcript, 1972 April 24


Box 199 Folder F.4 Fairness Doctrine--Articles and Reports, 1971


Box 199 Folder F.5 Freedom of Speech, 1971


Box 199 Folder F.6 History Project Proposal, 1990


Box 199 Folder F.7 Interviews, 1975


Box 199 Folder F.8 New York City Housing and Zoning, 1990s


Box 199 Folder F.9 Public Television, 1992


Box 199 Folder F.10 Vietnam, 1970


Box 199 Folder F.11 Watergate, 1973


Box 199 Folder F.12 Weinberger Meetings on the Military and the Press, 1985


Box 199 Folder F.13 Wise, Isaac, 1985

Series VII: Photographs, 1917-1990

This series contains photographs of Friendly, as well as images used in the production of his seminars and books. It has been arranged into three subseries based on subject.


Subseries VII.1: General, 1917-1990

Photographs in this subseries represent a wide variety of Friendly's activities. Images show Friendly announcing radio programs for WEAN-Providence, teaching classes at Columbia, conversing with Walter Cronkite, and speaking at commencement ceremonies and other events. There are a few personal photos, including a shot of Friendly as a child and pictures with family and friends. Photographs taken for the book Minnesota Rag are also included. Images are prints in black and white or color and have been arranged chronologically.



Box 200 Folder F.1 S.H. Friendly Store, Oregon, undated


Box 200 Folder F.2 Baby Photo, circa, 1917


Box 200 Folder F.2 World War II Speech, circa, 1944


Box 200 Folder F.3 WEAN Radio--Prints, circa, 1940


Box 200 Folder F.4 NBC, circa, 1947


Box 200 Folder F.5 NBC, 1980s


Box 200 Folder F.6 Simauts Murder Case, circa, 1970s


Box 200 Folder F.7 Seminars, 1970-1980s


Box 200 Folder F.8-12 Seminars, 1980s, (5 Folders)


Box 200 Folder F.13 Columbia School, Chicago, 1980s


Box 200 Folder F.14 Friendly, circa, 1985-1992


Box 200 Folder F.15 Friendly and Walter Cronkite, circa, 1980s


Box 200 Folder F.16 Speeches and Family Photos, circa, 1980s


Box 200 Folder F.17 Caldwell Schorr, 1980s


Box 200 Folder F.18-19 Minnesota Rag, circa, 1980, (2 Folders)


Box 200 Folder F.20 Classroom Images, circa, 1980


Box 200 Folder F.21 Columbia Journalism School, circa, 1986


Box 200 Folder F.22 Chicago Historical Society Speech, 1987


Box 200 Folder F.23 Publicity Portraits, 1988


Box 200 Folder F.24 Columbia Commencement Ceremony, circa, 1990


Box 200 Folder F.25 People Magazine Photo Spread, circa, 1990


Subseries VII.2: Media and Society Seminars, 1984-1990

This subseries is comprised primarily of headshots of panelists and corresponding curriculum vitae. They include such notables as Ralph Nader, Geraldo Rivera, Andy Rooney, and Tom Brokaw. In addition to the headshots, there are photographs taken during round-table discussions at some of Friendly's most successful seminars, includingThe Constitution: That Delicate BalanceandEthics in America. Photographs are arranged alphabetically and include black and white and color prints, negatives, slides, and contact sheets


Headshots--Prints



Box 201 Abelman, Robert--Ferris, Charles



Box 202 Fiedler, Tom--Jones, David A.



Box 203 Jones, David C.--Penticuff, Joy



Box 204 Plum, Fred--Turner, Stansfield



Box 205 Folder F.1-2 Urbanski--Adam-Zucchino, (2 Folders)


Candid Seminar Shots


Box 205 Folder F.3 Unknown Seminar, 1984



Box 221 America's Schools --Prints, Slides, (4 Folders)



Box 205 Folder F.4-5 Business and the Media--Negatives, Prints, Slides, 1984, (2 Folders)


Box 205 Folder F.6 The Constitution: That Delicate Balance --Contact Sheets, Prints, 1983



Box 206 Folder F.1-3 The Constitution: That Delicate Balance --Contact Sheets, Prints, Slides, 1983, (3 Folders)


Box 206 Folder F.4 Constitutional Bicentennial--Prints, 1984 October 1


Box 206 Folder F.5-7 Ethics in America --Prints, Slides, circa, 1989, (3 Folders)



Box 221 Ethics in America --Prints, Slides, circa, 1989, (4 Folders)



Box 206 Folder F.8 Ethics and Marketing--Prints, 1986 October


Box 206 Folder F.9 Hospitals and the Elderly: An Alliance of Quality --Prints, 1987 March



Box 207 Folder F.1 Unknown Seminar, 1984


Box 207 Folder F.2-3 Managing our Miracles --Contact Sheets, Negatives, Prints, 1986, (2 Folders)


Box 207 Folder F.4 Media, Power, and Democracy --Prints, 1987


Box 207 Folder F.5-8 The Other Side of the News --Color Slides, Prints, circa, 1990, (4 Folders)



Box 208 Folder F.1 The Presidency and the Constitution --Prints, Slides, 1987


Box 208 Folder F.2-3 Presidents Carter and Ford at Congress Hall, Philadelphia--Contact Sheets, Prints, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 208 Folder F.4-6 Terrorism--Contact Sheets, Prints, Slides, 1987, (3 Folders)


Subseries VII.3: CBS--Prints, 1951-1965

Photographs taken during Friendly's time at CBS are housed in this subseries. Most shots show Friendly speaking with notable program guests such as Dwight D. Eisenhower, Edward R. Murrow, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, and Carl Sandberg, and some include the set and cameramen in the background. All items are prints or contact sheets and have been arranged alphabetically by subject. Oversize photos have been housed separately.


Box 208 Folder F.7 Group: John Kennedy, Linden B. Johnson, Edward Murrow, Eisenhower, 1950s


Box 208 Folder F.8 Group: Carl Sandberg, Edward Murrow, Louis Armstrong, 1950s



Box 209 Danny Kaye Party, circa, 1957


Box 209 Folder F.3 Taft, Robert, 1951 November 25


Box 209 Folder F.4 Talbott, Refect, undated


Box 209 Folder F.5 Texas Drought, 1953 October 13


Box 209 Folder F.6 Textile Slump, 1954 February 2


Box 209 Folder F.7 Tito, Marshall, 1957 June 30


Box 209 Folder F.8 Toynbee, Arnold J., 1953 January 25


Box 209 Folder F.9 Trieste, 1953 November 10


Box 209 Folder F.10 Truman and Film Crew, 1958 February 2


Box 209 Folder F.11 U Nu, 1955 March 15


Box 209 Folder F.12 Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1954 February 2


Box 209 Folder F.13 Walter, Francis, 1955 March 8


Box 209 Folder F.14 Warren Earl, 1953 May 10


Box 209 Folder F.15 West, Rebecca, 1955 March 22


Box 209 Folder F.16 Wong, H.K., undated



Box 216 Folder F.1 Friendly, Eisenhower, Walter Cronkite, undated


Box 216 Folder F.2 Friendly and John Kennedy, 1960s


Box 216 Folder F.3 Friendly and Lyndon B. Johnson, circa, 1960s


Box 216 Folder F.4 Columbia Classroom, undated

Series VIII: Media, 1961-1991

Series VIII holds audio-visual material, including recordings of Media and Society seminars, episodes from several news programs, and television specials featuring Friendly. Formats include VHS tapes, Umatic tapes, 7- and 5-inch audio tapes, audiocassettes, mini cassettes, records, and diskettes. Items have been arranged by format and title.


Floppy Disks



Box 210 "Mass Media and the Government"--Transcripts, 1991 October 4


Box 210 Drugs in America, 1989


Box 210 The Other Side of the News, 1988


Box 210 Untitled--Floppy Disk, undated


Audio Reels


Box 210 Dinner Honoring Friendly, Imperial Ballroom Center, 1975 January 28, 1 open reel audiotapes; 7-inch reel

From National Public Radio


Box 210 Gordon Glister Sheriffs Conference, 1975 October 19, 1 open reel audiotapes; 5-inch reel

Nebraska


Box 210 Laird, Goodman, Laird and Goodman, undated, 1 open reel audiotapes; 7-inch reel


Box 210 "News and the Law"--Helene Schwartz, 1973 January 22, 1 open reel audiotapes; 7-inch reel


Box 210 "Pentagon Papers", 1973 May 11, 1 open reel audiotapes; 7-inch reel


Box 210 "Watergate and the Media", 1973 October 29, 2 open reel audiotapes; 7-inch reel

Columbia Journalism Review. Tape 2.


Box 210 WNYC Book and Author Luncheon, 1967 April 17, 1 open reel audiotapes; 7-inch reel

[Poorly wound]


Audio Cassettes



Box 211 Stringber [?] Interview with a man who seems to be a journalist in Minnesota. , undated, 1 microcassettes

"Stringber" [?]


Box 211 Untitled, undated, 1 audiocassettes


Box 211 Friendly Debriefing, 1975 February 15, 1 audiocassettes

California (Anderson) trip


Box 211 Judge Hugh Stuart, 1976 July 10, 1 audiocassettes

Sigma Delta Chi


Box 211 In the Face of Terrorism Panel III: "Violence in Northern Shamrock: Terrorism or Civil War?", 1986 September 27, 3 audiocassettes


Box 211 In the Face of Terrorism Panel IV: "Violence in Northern Shamrock: Terrorism or Civil War?", 1986 September 27, 3 audiocassettes


Box 211 In Celebrated Company: Fred Friendly evening program, 1987 October 7, 3 audiocassettes

Mechanics Hall



Box 212 Media and Society Seminar - Hal Edgar, 1984 April 15, 3 audiocassettes


Box 212 Media and Society Seminar - Hal Edgar, undated, 3 audiocassettes

Possible duplicate set - but we won't know until digitized


Box 212 Media and Society Seminar - Arthur Miller, 1984 April 14, 3 audiocassettes


Box 212 Media and Society Seminar - Arthur Miller, undated, 9 audiocassettes

Possible duplicate set - but we won't know until digitized



Box 213 College Sports Program, 1989 July 7, 6 audiocassettes


Box 213 Drugs in America Panel 1: Oglethorpe, 1989, 3 audiocassettes


Box 213 Drugs in America Panel 2: Nesson, 1989, 4 audiocassettes


Box 213 Drugs in America Panel 3: Miller, 1989, 4 audiocassettes


Records



Box 214 "Children and God" by Tony Schwartz--LP, 1966

COMMERCIAL


Box 214 "The Sound of the Family Man" by Tony Schwartz--LP, 1968

COMMERCIAL


Video



Box 215 "Intimidation and Violence: The Daily News Strike", October-November 1990, 1 videocassettes (VHS)


Box 215 A Conversation with Fred Friendly and Dallin Oaks, 1983 October, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)


Box 215 Confronting the Media: Reporters, Ethics, and Business, 1985 February 6, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)

Metropolitan Pittsburgh Public Broadcasting


Box 215 Fred Friendly: Free Press, Fair Trial, 1987 February 20, 2 videocassettes (U-matic)


Box 215 Liveline: Fred Friendly, 1985 March 29, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)


Box 215 Media and Society: Experiment in Utah, 1983 December 5, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)


Box 215 Media and Society: Reading, Writing, and Religion, 1984 May 10, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)

Produced by KUED Channel 7 Salt Lake City


Box 215 Murrow: Farewell to CBS, 1961 January 31, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)


Box 215 Murrow: The Movie, undated, 2 videocassettes (U-matic)

Daniel Travanti


Box 215 Problem-Based Learning, 1968, 2 videocassettes (VHS)


Box 215 Problem-Based Learning (duplicate), 1968, 2 videocassettes (VHS)

SKIP - Duplicate tapes



Box 214 The President and the Constitution--The Making of a Justice, 1987 April 24, 2 videotape; (2 reels); open-reel video tapes

Second reel is a lesser quality duplicate of the first, duplicative file deleted.



Box 215 Tonkin Gulf, undated, 1 videocassettes (VHS)

With Morley Safer


Box 215 TV Academy Hall of Fame --"Murrow", 1984 March 28, 1 videocassettes (U-matic)

NBC



Box 214 Watergate Opening and Closing, undated, 3 videocassettes (U-matic)

PBS dub



Box 223 Item 1 The Constitution: "Crime and Punishment", 1987 August 3, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 223 Item 2 The Constitution: That Delicate Balance "Immigration Reform", 1987 August 6, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 223 Item 3 The Military and the New Media: A Question of Access, 1988 April 19, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 223 Item 4 Crime and Punishment in the Empire State--Part 1, 1985 November 4, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 224 Item 1 The Constitution in the Classroom: The Trail from Independence, 1984 March 16, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 224 Item 2 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America "Battered Child / Battered Trust, 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 224 Item 3 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America "The Business of Medicine", 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 224 Item 4 Military and the News Media " A Matter of Intelligence", 1985 October 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 225 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Malpractice", 1987 February 24, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 225 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Anatomy of a Libel Case: Part One (Master: 1984 May 17) [Revised for Air: 1984 July 11] [Part 1 of 2], 1984 July 11, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 225 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America "The Business of Medicine", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 225 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--The Military and the News Media: A Matter of Intelligence, 1985 October 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 225 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--The Military and the News Media: A Matter of Intelligence (long version), 1985 January 22, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 226 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Miracles: Health Care in America "Second Chance at Life" ["A" Version], 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 226 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Miracles: Health Care in America "Second Chance at Life" [Duplicate], 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 226 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Foreign Alliances and Misalliances Part II, 1987 April 21, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 226 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--The Other Side of the News, 1989 May 24, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 227 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--The Military and the News Media--Ghostar: A Matter of Intelligence (long version), 1985 October 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 227 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles--Health Care in America: "Final Choices", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 227 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles--Health Care in America: "Truth and Confidences", 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 227 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution-That Delicate Balance--The President vs. Congress--Executive Privileges and Delegation of Powers, 1987 August 3, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 228 Item 1 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--My Brothers Keeper, 2006 September 12, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 228 Item 2 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--My Brothers Keeper, 2006 September 12, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--A Better Brain, 2006 September 13, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 228 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Choosing Justice, 2006 September 13, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 228 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Choosing Justice, 2006 September 13, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--War Stories, 2006 September 13, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--War Stories, 2006 September 14, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 228 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Three Farewells, 2006 September 14, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 228 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Three Farewells, 2006 September 14, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 10 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Risk, Reward, Responsibility, 2006 September 26, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 228 Item 11 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Risk, Reward, Responsibility, 2006 September 26, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 12 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--My Brothers Keeper [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 13 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--A Better Brain [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 14 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--A Better Brain [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 15 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Choosing Justice [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 16 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Risk, Reward, Responsibility [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 17 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--Three Farewells [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 228 Item 18 Fred Friendly Seminars: Ethics in America--War Stories [Clone], 2006 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes



Box 229 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars: The Constitution--Faculty Discussion, 1985 October 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 229 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars: The Military and the News Media--Ghostar: A Matter of Intelligence (short version), 1985 October 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 229 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars: Crime and Punishment in the Empire State--Prison, Prisoners and the Community, undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 229 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars: The Nuclear Balance of Terror--Part I, 1987 April 22, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 229 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars: The Presidency--"The Budget Crunch", 1987 June 22, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 230 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars: The Military and the News Media--Ghostar: A Matter of Intelligence (edited master), 1985 January 14, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 230 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"The Human Heart Machine", 1986 August 19, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 230 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Hard Drugs, Hard Choices--"Law, Order, and the Community", 1990 January 15, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 230 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--Hard Drugs, Hard Choices--"Teaching, Testing, Treatment"--Show #1: Charles Ogletree, 1990 January 15, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 230 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--Hard Drugs, Hard Choices--"Vigilantism and Legalization", 1990 January 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 231 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--The Military and the News Media: A Matter of Intelligence, 1985 January 22, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 231 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Final Choices", 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 231 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"The Human Heart Machine", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 231 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"The Smoking Dilemma", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 231 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--The Presidency--"A Call for Repairs", 1987 April 22, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 232 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"AIDS: In Search of a Miracle" ("A" Version), 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 232 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--In the Face of Terrorism: Protecting Protecting a Free Society, 1987 January 2, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 232 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution that Delicate Balance--"Federalism" Program [Duplicate], 1987 August 5, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 232 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution that Delicate Balance--"National Security and Freedom of the Press" Program, 1987 August 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 232 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution that Delicate Balance--"Campaign Spending: Money and Media", 1987 August 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 233 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Anatomy of a Libel Case: Part One (Master: 1984 May 17) [Revised for Air: 1984 July 11] [Part 1 of 2], 1985 November 4, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 233 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Anatomy of a Libel Case: Part One (Master: 1984 May 17) [Revised for Air: 1984 July 11] [Part 2 of 2], 1985 November 4, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 233 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--Benno Schmidt: Gerontology, 1986 July 8, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 233 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Truth and Confidences", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 233 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution that Delicate Balance--"Crime and Insanity" [Duplicate], 1987 August 3, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 234 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Technology Rocks the Cradle", 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 234 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in Americac--"AIDS: In Search of A Miracle", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 234 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--The Nuclear Balance of Terror" Part II, 1987 June 22, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 234 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution that Delicate Balance--War Powers: The President and the Congress, 1987 August 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 235 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Crime and Punishment in the Empire State--Fair Trial, Free Press--Part 2, 1985 July 16, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 235 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles--Health Care in America--Charles Nesson: "Malpractice", 1986 June 25, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 235 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Technology Rocks the Cradle", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 235 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--The Constiution--"Elections", 1987 August 3, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 235 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution--"School Prayer", 1987 August 4, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 236 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Censorship and Selecton, 1983 March 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 236 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Crime and Punishment in the Empire State--Self Defense: Citizens Dilemma (Charles Nesson-I) (master), 1985 June 26, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 236 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--National Security and Media (master "A"), 1985 October 30, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 236 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--Foreign Alliances and Misalliances--Part I, 1987 April 21, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 236 Item 5 Columbia University Seminars--Agony of Decision--Media and Military--Part 2, 1991 February 21, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 237 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Series Presentation", 1984 October 7, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 237 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"The Smoking Dilemma", 1986 August 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 237 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Malpractice", 1986 September 18, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 237 Item 4 Media and Society Seminars--In the Face of Terrorism: Allies and Extradition, 1987 January 20, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 237 Item 5 Media and Society Seminars--The Constitution--"Affirmative Action" [duplicate], 1987 August 5, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 238 Item 1 Media and Society Seminars--"Censorship vs. Selection [revised], 1983 July 15, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 238 Item 2 Media and Society Seminars--Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America--"Battered Child / Battered Trust", 1986 August 17, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 238 Item 3 Media and Society Seminars--Hard Drugs, Hard Choices--"The Crisis Beyond Our Borders", 1990 January 25, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 239 Item 1 J. and H. Marsh and McLennan--"The Expanding Risk of Universe"--1 of 2 (master), 1998 February 26, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 2 J. and H. Marsh and McLennan--"The Expanding Risk of Universe"--2 of 2 (master), 1998 February 26, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 3 J. and H. Marsh and McLennan--"The Expanding Risk of Universe"--1 of 2 (backup), 1998 February 26, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 4 J. and H. Marsh and McLennan--"The Expanding Risk of Universe"--2 of 2 (backup), 1998 February 26, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--Jobs for the Future--"The Fate of the American Dream" (broadcast master), 2005 December 7, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 239 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars--Jobs for the Future--"The Fate of the American Dream" (non-broadcast master), 2005 December 7, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 239 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars--"The Fate of the American Dream" (final broadcast master), 2005 December 7, 1 DVDs


Box 239 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars--Jobs of the Future--"The Fate of the American Dream" (broadcast master), 2005 December 7


Box 239 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--Jobs for the Future--"The Fate of the American Dream" (non-broadcast master), 2005 December 7, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 10 Fred Friendly Seminars--Jobs for the Future--"The Fate of the American Dream" [*excerpts from the on-air broadcast], 2006 September 25, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 239 Item 11 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reinventing Healthcare (non-cc'd Master), 2008 October 6, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 239 Item 12 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reinventing Healthcare (American Heart Association), undated, 1 DVDs


Box 239 Item 13 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reinventing Healthcare (American Heart Association), undated, 1 DVDs


Box 239 Item 14 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reinventing Healthcare (non-cc'd Master), 2008 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 15 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reinventing Healthcare (non-cc'd Clean Master for Promos), 2008 October 6, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 16 Fred Friendly Seminars--Disconnected: Politics, the Press and the Public (electronic edited master) [no web markers], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 17 J. and H. Marsh and McLennen--Website (full screen)--Tape 1A (master), undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 18 Newseum, undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 239 Item 19 Newseum, undated, 1 DVDs


Box 239 Item 20 Fred Friendly Seminars--Post Show--Audience Reaction and Interviews, undated, 1 microcassettes


Box 239 Item 21 Boston Survey, undated, 1 microcassettes


Box 239 Item 22 Fred Friendly Seminars--Graphics, undated, 1 compact disks


Box 239 Item 23 Fred Friendly Seminars--Graphics--Elements--(AVID only); Lower 3rds--Webmarkers, undated, 1 compact disks


Box 239 Item 24 Fred Friendly Seminars--Music--J.J. McGeehan, Composer


Box 239 Item 25 Folder: Fred Friendly Seminars--Correspondence and Production Notes, 2005-2006



Box 240 Item 1 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 1: Who Gets to Know [Closed Captioned without Web bug], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 2 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 1: Who Gets to Know [Closed Captioned Master without Web bug] [Final 6: Tech. Eval. Okay], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 1: Who Gets to Know [Closed Captioned Master without Web bug] [Final 9: Tech. Eval Okay [Digibeta]], 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 2: Making Better Babies [Closed Captioned without Web bug], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 2: Making Better Babies [Closed Captioned Master without Web bug] [Final 10: Tech. Eval. Okay], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 2: Making Better Babies [Closed Captioned without Web bug] [Clone 16: Tech. Eval. Okay], undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 240 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 3: Genes on Trial [Closed Captioned without Web bug], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 3: Genes on Trial [Closed Captioned Master without Web bug] [Final 11: Tech. Eval. Okay], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 240 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--Our Genes/Our Choices--Program 3: Genes on Trial [Closed Captioned without Web bug] [Clone 17: Tech. Eval. Okay], undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 240 Item 10 Program Title: Entertainment News or Entertainment (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 240 Item 11 Seminars Inc.--A Decade of Hard Choices [RT 1:20:03] (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 240 Item 12 Columbia University Seminars--That Delicate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights--The First Amendment and Hate Speech--Program #102, undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 240 Item 13 Columbia University--The Other Side of the News--"Athletics and Academics"--Program #104, undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 240 Item 14 "What Color is the News?: The Coverage of Race in America", 2002 December 20, 1 Beta (Betamax)



Box 241 Item 1 Safe Speech, Free Speech and the University, 1992 March 3, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 241 Item 2 Fred Friendly--"Profits and Promises"--Reworking American Dream, 1994 February 14, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 241 Item 3 Series Profits and Promises: Reworking the American Dream, 1994 March 14, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 241 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: "Reinventing the Corporation" [moderated by Charles Nesson] [BETA Cam SP Master], 1995 March 1, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 241 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: "Reinventing the Corporation" [moderated by Charles Nesson] [D2 Final Master], 1995 March 1, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 241 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: "Reinventing the Corporation--Program #102 [Color Corrected Version], 1995 May 16, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 241 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: "Reinventing the Corporation--Program #102 [Color Corrected Version] [duplicate], 1995 May 16, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 241 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars--Epidemic!: A Fred Friendly Seminar (New York City Lites), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 241 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--Epidemic!: A Fred Friendly Seminar [clone], undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 241 Item 10 Series Who Shall Be Healed?, undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 242 Item 1 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Liberty and Security in the Age of Terrorism" [broadcast master] [Program Start: 01.00:00:00.00], 2003 December 1, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 2 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Liberty and Security in the Age of Terrorism", 2003 December 1, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Liberty and Security in the Age of Terrorism" [backup master for Thirteen], 2003 December 1, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Juvenile Justice" [final air version], 2003 December 2, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Juvenile Justice" [final air version], 2003 December 2, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars--"In the Balance: Bioattack" [non-cc [closed captioned]], 2005 July 21, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars--"In the Balance: Bioattack" [closed captioned], 2005 July 26, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars--"In the Balance: City Under Siege" [non-cc [closed captioned]], 2005 July 28, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--"In the Balance: City Under Siege" [closed captioned], 2005 August 1, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 10 Fred Friendly Seminars--Nanotechnology: The Power of Small [broadcast master[, 2007 September 28, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 11 Nanotechnology: The Power of Small--Episode 101: Watching Me, Watching You (Oregon Public Broadcasting) (full text closed captioned), undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 242 Item 12 Nanotechnology: The Power of Small--Episode 102: Forever Young (Oregon Public Broadcasting) (full text closed captioned) [master], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 242 Item 13 Nanotechnology: The Power of Small--Episode 103: Clean, Green and Unseen (Oregon Public Broadcasting) (full text closed captioned) [master], undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 242 Item 14 Fred Friendly Seminars--Nanotechnology: The Power of Small--Clean, Green and Unseen [broadcast master], 2007 October 3


Box 242 Item 15 Fred Friendly Seminars--Nanotechnology: The Power of Small--Forever Young [broadcast master[, 2007 October 27, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 242 Item 16 Fred Friendly Seminars--Beyond Black and White: "Affirmative Action in America", undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 17 The First Amendment and Broadcasting (PBS), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 242 Item 18 Reinventing Healthcare, undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes



Box 243 Item 1 The Presidency and the Constitution Series--The Making of Justice (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 243 Item 2 That Delicate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights Series--Equality and the Individual (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 243 Item 3 The Military and the Media Series--A Question of Access (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 243 Item 4 The Other Side of the News Series--Anonymous Sources (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 243 Item 5 The Other Side of the News Series--Television and Terrorism: Who Calls the Shots (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 243 Item 6 The Face of Terrorism Series--Incident in the Mediterranean--Part 1 (101) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 243 Item 7 The Face of Terrorism Series--Incident in the Mediterranean--Part 2 (102) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 244 Item 1 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--Truth and Confidences (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 244 Item 2 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--Transplants: Second Chance at Life (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 244 Item 3 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--The Human Heart Machine (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 244 Item 4 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--Malpractice (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 244 Item 5 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--AIDS: In Search of a Miracle (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 244 Item 6 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--Technology Rocks the Cradle (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 244 Item 7 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--The Smoking Dilemma (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 245 Item 1 Fred Friendly Seminars--Who Shall Be Healed? (airmaster) (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), 1993 January 19


Box 245 Item 2 Fred Friendly Seminars--Who Shall Be Healed? (master) (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), 1993 January 20


Box 245 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars--Before I Die: Medical Care and Personal Choices (master) (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), 1997 January


Box 245 Item 4 Before I Die (closed captioned) (PBS copy), 1997 May 8


Box 245 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--Before I Die: Medical Care and Personal Choices (# 1111 master), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Who Cares: Chronic Illness in America" (master) (with web markers) ((Valkhn Film and Video, Inc., New York, NY), 2001 January 22


Box 245 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Who Cares: Chronic Illness in America" (Teatown Video, Inc., New York, NY), 2001 May 16, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reporting on Terrorism: The News Media and Public Health (broadcast master), 2004 April 8, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reporting on Terrorism: The News Media and Public Health (broadcast master) [non-cc [closed captioned]], 2004 April 8, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 10 Fred Friendly Seminars--Reporting on Terrorism: The News Media and Public Health [closed captioned], 2006, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 11 Fred Friendly Seminars--Fueling Our Future: A Fred Friendly Seminar [non-cc [closed captioned] master], 2008 July 28, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 245 Item 12 Fred Friendly Seminars--Fueling Our Future: A Fred Friendly Seminar [non-cc [closed captioned] master], 2008 July 28, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 245 Item 13 Fred Friendly Seminars--Epidemic!, undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 14 Social Insecurity: Work, Family, and Retirement (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 245 Item 15 Social Insecurity: Work, Family, and Retirement (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)



Box 246 Item 1 Fred Friendly Seminars--Your Money and Your Life America's Managed Care Revolution (Video Planning, Inc., New York, NY), 1995 July 24, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 2 Fred Friendly Seminars--Your Money and Your Life America's Managed Care Revolution [Beta: corrected master] (Video Planning, Inc., New York, NY), 1995 July 24, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars--Beyond Black and White: "Affirmative Action in America" [PBS: master] (Sony Music Studios), 1999 January 20


Box 246 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars--Beyond Black and White: "Affirmative Action in America" [PBS: backup master [clone]] (Sony Music Studios), 1999 January 20


Box 246 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--Disconnected: Politics, the Press and the Public [no web markers] (Sony Music Studios), 2000 February 7, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 6 Whose Life Matters?: The Coverage of Race in America [90 min. version], 2002 January 26, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 7 Fred Friendly Seminars--Star Ledger/Eagleton Forum--"Public Education: Shared Costs, Shared Concerns" [air master] (Sunburst Video Productions, Marlboro, NJ), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--Constant Combatants: The President and Congress--Episode #101 [PBS version], undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--Constant Combatants: The President and Congress--Episode #101 [PBS revised edited master] (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 246 Item 10 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--Whose Law? Whose Order?--Episode #102 [PBS master] (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 11 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--Whose Law? Whose Order?--Episode #102 [PBS revised edited master] (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 246 Item 12 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--Privacy and Security on the Eye of the Millennium--Episode #103 [PBS master (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 246 Item 13 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--Privacy and Security on the Eye of the Millennium--Episode #103 [PBS revised edited master (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), undated, 1 digital Betacam cassettes


Box 246 Item 14 Fred Friendly Seminars--Liberty and Limits Series--The Price of Politics: Electing Our Leaders (PBS revised edited master) (Chelsea Television Studios, New York, NY), 1 digital Betacam cassettes



Box 247 Item 1 Decade of Hard Choices--Episode: DHCH #000, 1992 November 14, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 247 Item 2 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: New Markets, New Challenges" moderated by Charles Ogletree [D2 final master] (Sucherman Consulting Group, Inc., New York, NY), 1995 March 1


Box 247 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: New Markets, New Challenges"--Episode #101 [color corrected version [duplicate]] (Atlantic Video, Inc., Washington, DC), 1995 May 16, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 247 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Profits and Promises: New Markets, New Challenges"--Episode #101 [color corrected version [duplicate]] (Atlantic Video, Inc., Washington, DC), 1995 May 16, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 247 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Liberty and Security in an Age of Terrorism" (Sunburst Archive Master) (Sunburst Creative Group, Colts Neck, NJ), 2003 December 1, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 247 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars--"Reporting on Terrorism" (Sunburst Master) [final online], 2004 April 14, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 247 Item 7 In the Balance--Episode: Bioattack (Sunburst Creative Group, Colts Neck, NJ), 2005 July 21, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 247 Item 8 In the Balance--Episode: City Under Siege (Sunburst Creative Group, Colts Neck, NJ), 2005 July 28, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 247 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars--Fueling Our Future [non-cc [closed captioned] master], 2008 July 28, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 247 Item 10 The Agony of Decision Series--The Media and the Military, undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 248 Item 1 Columbia University Seminars on Media and Society--Agony of Decision--Part 1 (Trans American Video Service), 1991 January 15, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 248 Item 2 Columbia University Seminars--"Safe Speech, Free Speech and the University--Episode #102 (Editel, San Franciso), 1991 April 11, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 248 Item 3 Columbia University Seminars--That Delicate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights The First Amendment and Hate Speech--Episode #102 [master] (Video Planning, Inc., New York, NY), 1992 January 29


Box 248 Item 4 Columbia University Seminars--The Delicate Balance II Our Bill of Rights The First Amendment and Hate Speech--Episode #102 (Video Planning, Inc., New York, NY), 1992 January 29


Box 248 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars--A Decade of Hard Choices: A Retrospective (PBS Home), 1992 November 8, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 248 Item 6 The Other Side of the News Series--Entertainment News or Entertainment, undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 248 Item 7 Columbia University Seminars--That Delicate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights Equality and the Individual--Episode #104 (Video Planning, Inc., New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 248 Item 8 Columbia University Seminars--That Delivate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights--Two Accused: Chronicle of a Rape Trial (Video Planning, Inc., New York, NY), undated, 1 Beta (Betamax)



Box 249 Item 1 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--Battered Child/Battered Trust (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 249 Item 2 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--The Business of Medicine (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 249 Item 3 Managing Our Miracles: Health Care in America Series--Final Choices (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 249 Item 4 The Other Side of the News Series: Tawana Brawley and the Press (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1986, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 250 Item 1 Hard Drugs-Hard Choices Series--Teaching, Testing and Treatment (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 250 Item 2 Hard Drugs-Hard Choices Series--Law, Order and the Community (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 250 Item 3 Hard Drugs-Hard Choices Series--Vigilantism and Legalization (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 250 Item 4 Hard-Drugs-Hard Choices Series--The Crisis Beyond Our Borders (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 250 Item 5 Eyeball to Eyeball: Dilemma in the Newsroom--Part I (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1982, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 250 Item 6 Eyeball to Eyeball: Dilemma in the Newsroom--Part II (Insight Media, New York, NY), 1982, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 251 Item 1 America's Schools: Who Gives a Damn?--Part 1 (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 251 Item 2 America's Schools: Who Gives a Damn?--Part 2 (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 251 Item 3 Anatomy of a Libel Case: Business vs. The Media--Part 1 (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 251 Item 4 Anatomy of a Libel Case: Business vs. The Media--Part 2 (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 251 Item 5 The Military and The Media Series--The Correspondent Under Fire (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 252 Item 1 The Delicate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights Series--The First Amendment (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 252 Item 2 The Delicate Balance II--Our Bill of Rights Series--Criminal Justice: From Murder to Execution (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 252 Item 3 The Face of Terrorism Series--Protecting a Free Society (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 252 Item 4 The Face of Terrorism Series--Allies and Extradition (104) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 252 Item 5 The Other Side of the News Series--Athletics and Academics: An Uneasy Alliance (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 253 Item 1 The Other Side of the News Series--The Boston Hoax: The Police, the Press and the Public (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 253 Item 2 The Presidency and the Constitution Series--The Balance of Nuclear Terror--Part 1 (105) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 253 Item 3 The Presidency and the Constitution Series--The Balance of Nuclear Terror--Part 2 (106) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 253 Item 4 The Presidency and the Constitution Series--Foreign Alliances and Misalliances--Part 1 (102) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape


Box 253 Item 5 The Presidency and the Constitution Series--Foreign Alliances and Misalliances--Part 2 (103) (Insight Media, New York, NY), undated, 1 videotape; 1'' video tape



Box 254 Item 1 Charlie Nesson: Texas Judiciary--Part 1, 1997 March 5, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 2 Charlie Nesson: Texas Judiciary--Part 2, 1997 March 5, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 3 Fred Friendly Seminars: "Private Property vs. The Public Trust"--National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), 2000 July 19, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 4 Fred Friendly Seminars: The Price of Medical Excellence (Final Version for Broadcast) (Version Two), 2000 November 9, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 5 Fred Friendly Seminars: "Sprawl"--National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), 2001 June 13, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 6 Fred Friendly Seminars: "Endangered Biodiversity and Economic Development"--National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), 2001 June 21, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 7 Leadership to Keep Children Alcohol Free: "Alcohol and Kids: DO NOT MIX" Broadcast Program, 2002 July 27, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 8 Fred Friendly Seminars: "School Testing: Behind the Numbers" (Education Writers Association, 2002 September 27, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 9 Fred Friendly Seminars: "Facing Fears: Pain, Medication, and End of Life Care"--Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB), 2003 June 19, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 10 Fred Friendly Seminars: DIABETES: Facing Frustrations, Reversing Resistance (Final Version), 2004 January 29, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 11 Fred Friendly Seminars: "50 Years After Brown The Continuing Challenge" (Final Air Version), 2004 December 2, 1 Beta (Betamax)


Box 254 Item 12 Fred Friendly Seminars: "Pandemic Flu: The Virus That Could Change the World (Full Show Tape Master), 2007 October 25, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 254 Item 13 Fred Friendly Seminars: HEALTH OF THE NATION: Coverage for All Americans (Full Show Tape Master) [Revised: "Final"], 2008 July 29, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)


Box 254 Item 14 Fred Friendly Seminars: "Words and Actions" (HDV Master), 2008 November 25, 1 videocassettes (DVCAM)

Series IX: Addition to the Papers, 2017

Gift of Ruth Friendly, August 2017. Accession Number 2017.2018.M024



Box 222 Binder Binder Lifetime Learning Video Minicourse: The Constitution That Delicate Balance. Discussion Leader's Guide (three ringed binder)


Box 222 The Constitution That Delicate Balance. Preview Packet, 1984 (2 copies), 1984


Box 222 A Guide to The Constitution That Delicate Balance by George McKenna, 1984


Box 222 Folder 1 "When war Comes, Whiter the First Amendment?" by Fred Friendly. In Arizona Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, 1991


Mental Illness:


Box 222 Folder 2 Minds of the edge: Facing Mental Illness, 2009


Box 222 Folder 3 Serious Mental Illness. Issue & Dilemma Outline, 15/12/2008


CBS News:


Box 222 Folder 4 Eye on the media. The Coverage of Terror, 2009


Media and Society Seminars:


Box 222 Folder 5 Eyeball to Eyeball: Dilemma in the Newsroom


Box 222 Folder 6 Anatomy of a Libel Case. Business vs. The Media


Box 222 Folder 7 Ethics in America. Television Course Manual for Faculty and Administrators


Box 222 Folder 8 Ethics in America. Preview Packet


Box 222 Folder 9 Ethics in America. A Viewer's Guide by Cultural Information Service


Box 222 Folder 10 The Military and the News Media: A Question of Access


Box 222 Folder 11 The Military and the News Media: A Matter of Intelligence


Box 222 Folder 12 C.U. Seminars. On Media and Society. Portfolio of clippings


Box 222 Folder 13 Ethics in America II. Three Farewells: Medicine & the End of Life, 2006


Box 222 Folder 14 Ethics in America II. Risk, reward, Responsibility: Ethics in Business (2 copies)


Box 222 Folder 15 Ethics in America II. Choosing Justice: Elections and Judicial Independence, 2006


Box 222 Folder 16 Ethics in America II. My Brother's Keeper, 8/21/2006


Box 222 Binder Binder Slides of Seminars (3 ringed binder)