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John F. Stacks Audio Recordings (Digital Surrogates)

Digital Surrogates from the John F. Stacks Audio-recordings include digitized audio recordings, concerning interviews conducted by John F. Stacks about James Reston's career, as part of his research for writing Reston's biography "Scotty: James B. Reston and the Rise and Fall of American Journalism". Interviewees include Max Frankel, Steve Roberts, Punch Sulzberger, Dick Mooney, Dick Reston, Jonathan Yardley and Paul Nitze. Original tapes from these recordings can be found at box 2 from this Series. For more information, please refer to this Series' finding aid and the main catalog record at Archon.

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Digitized audiorecordings have a size of 413 MB and are available in MP3 format.
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