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News/Press Registration

Did a journalist from your media group attend Bretton Woods 1944?

Dorothy Abelson, Pan American Magazine Ralph Andevrsky (a misspelling of “Andrevsky”?), U.S. Office of War Information Sigrid Arne, Washington Bureau, Associated Press Al Benedict, Paramount Pictures Clyde R. Blackburn, Washington correspondent, Canadian Press Walter Bosshard (1892-1975), Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Swiss reporter and photographer Herbert M. Bratter (1900-1976), Washington correspondent and contributor, Banking George B. Bryant, Jr., Wall Street Journal John H. “Jack” Colby (1915-2009), Editor, Littleton Courier, Littleton, New Hampshire Mario Camargo, Office of the U.S. Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs Philip Coolidge, Paramount Pictures; later staff news photographer with NBC Helen Cosgrove, Manchester Union Leader, Manchester, New Hampshire Philip Clarke, Associated Press; later a syndicated columnist Arthur W. Crawford, Nation’s Business John Henshaw Crider (1906-1966), New York Times Washington bureau; later Editor-in-Chief, Boston Herald; winner of 1949 Pulitzer Prize for distinguished editorial writing (George) Rodney Crowther, Jr., (1896-1986), war correspondent, Baltimore Sun Samuel Crowther (1880-1947), Hearst Newspapers, husband of Mary Owens Crowther Mary Jane Owens Crowther (1882-1972), Hearst Newspapers, wife of Samuel Crowther Austin F. Cross, Ottawa Citizen Hartwell Daley, WLAW radio, Lawrence, Massachusetts Alfred Eisenstaedt (1898-1995), staff photographer, Life; renowned photographer and photojournalist Charles Bryant Engelke (1914-1967), United Press; later Chief, United Press International Bureau in Philadelphia Imre Ferenczi (1884-1945), Journal de Genève; statistician; former Technical Adviser, International Labour Office Lawrence W. Fertig (1898-1986), New York World-Telegram; libertarian journalist and former advertising executive Harold Manchester Fleming (1900-1971), financial correspondent, Christian Science Monitor Serge Fliegers, correspondent, Reuters Mrs. F. Fliegers, Novoye Russkoye Slovo (New York Russian daily newspaper) Paul Foley, U.S. Office of War Information Abe Fox, Associated Press Photos; affiliation listed in correspondents’ directory as “AP Fotos” Clement Fuller, BBC Thomas Furlong, Chicago Tribune Ludvic (Ludwig) Geiskop, Hearst News of the Day, MGM Louis Girolami, Fox Movietone News Manfred Gottfried (1900-1985), Co-Editor-in-Chief, Time; later Chief of Correspondents for Time and Life overseas bureaus Nicholas P. Gregory, Philadelphia Inquirer Thomas D. Hagenbuch (1904-1997), Associated Press Luther A. Harr (1896-1950), Philadelphia Record; Philadelphia Democratic politician and journalist; former Pennsylvania Secretary of Banking and Philadelphia City Treasurer; Wharton School instructor Charles Heath, Universal News Manuel A. Hernandez, Instituto de Estudios Económicos y Sociales (Havana) George Houston, U.S. Office of War Information -29- Wellington Jeffers (1879?-1965), Financial Editor, The Globe and Mail (Toronto) Don Kovacic, Associated Press William Rodney Kuhns (1897-1972), Managing Editor, Banking; formerly foreign correspondent with United Press and financial features editor at Associated Press Edwin A. Lahey (1902-1969), reporter, Chicago Daily News; later Washington bureau chief for Knight Newspapers Mildred Lam, Journal of Commerce Carl Larsen, cameraman, Fox Movietone News Earl H. Leaf, Managing Editor, American Edition, Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury Thurber Lewis, TASS Agency; formerly a contributor to Workers Monthly, an American Communist magazine Sir Wilmott Harsant Lewis, Washington correspondent, The Times (London) Philip Lohman, Time David Chi-hsin Lu, Central News Agency of China; later worked for Washington Post Louis M. Lyons (1897-1982), Boston Globe; Curator of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism and writer for Christian Science Monitor; later a commentator on WGBH Boston public television Frank McDermott, The Sunday Times (London) Donald R. Mann (1907-1991), Office of the U.S. Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs; formerly with The Washington Post (1937-1943); United States Information Agency (1952-1963) Carl W. McCardle (1904-1972), diplomatic correspondent, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin; later Washington Bureau Chief of Philadelphia Bulletin and Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs (1953-1957) Leavitt F. Morris, Christian Science Monitor; for 35 years its Travel Editor Edgar Ansel Mowrer (1892-1977), Press Alliance, Inc.; former Deputy Director, U.S. Office of War Information; 1933 Pulitzer Prize winner as Berlin correspondent of Chicago Daily News; former President, Foreign Press Association; later Editor, Western World magazine and columnist, Manchester Union Leader Ruth Perry, Hearst Newspapers William O. Player, Jr., staff correspondent, New York Post Russell B. Porter, New York Times Sylvia Field Porter (1913-1991), financial columnist, New York Post (1934-1978); later moved to the New York Daily News and published Sylvia Porter’s Personal Finance newsletter Ralph Radetski, U.S. Office of War Information Mary E. Ramsey, Hearst Newspapers Paul Scott Rankine (1909-1983), Washington Bureau Chief, Reuters; former British civil servant and wartime propagandist; private adviser to British ambassadors to the United States (1956-1970s) James Rose, electrician, Paramount Pictures Merryle S. Rukeyser (1897-1988), International News Service; longtime financial and economic journalist; husband of Berenice Rukeyser Berenice Simon Rukeyser (?-1964), International News Service, wife of Merryle Rukeyser Robert de Saint-Jean, France Afrique, French journalist and writer; wrote for Paris-Soir, Le Parisien, and Paris Match J. Schwartz, New York Daily News (circulation) Richard Sears, cameraman, Universal Pictures Herbert J. Seligmann (1891-1984), Overseas News Agency; journalist and civil rights activist; wrote for The New Republic, New York Evening Post, New York Globe, and New York Tribune Stanley H. Silverman (1914-2005), writer, U.S. Office of War Information Denys H.H. Smith (1899?-1962), Washington bureau chief of London Daily Telegraph (1937-1962) -30- T.C. Tang, New York Bureau Chief, Central News Agency of China; later United Nations correspondent, Central News Agency of China (1945-1971) Edward P. Tastrom (1897-1976), Assistant Financial Editor of The Journal of Commerce H[ugh] Hessell Tiltman (1897-1976), London Sketch; British writer and journalist Thomas M. Travers, Boston Herald Traveler (circulation) Lester Troob (1912-2008), Recording Supervisor, News Division, U.S. Office of War Information; later President of Young People’s Records Tom Twitty, Sr., war correspondent, New York Herald Tribune; later White House correspondent and Assistant National News Editor, New York Herald Tribune Winifred “Freda” Utley (1898-1978), Norte Magazine; British author and journalist; onetime Communist who became an ardent anti-Communist Cornelius “Neil” Vanderbilt IV (1898-1974), New York Post; socialite and journalist (Abraham) Arnold Vas Dias (1890-1966), Aneta News Agency; later United Nations correspondent for Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant André Visson, Reader’s Digest; syndicated columnist for New York Herald Tribune and Washington Post Robert Waithman, American correspondent, News Chronicle (London) Elmer C. Walzer (1894-1974), financial journalist, United Press Arthur Webb, foreign correspondent, Daily Herald (London) U.V. Wilcox (1886?-1965), Washington correspondent, American Banker, later Publisher, Washington Banktrends Kenneth R. Wilson (1903?-1952), Ottawa Editor, Financial Post (Toronto) Franz B. Wolf, affiliation listed in correspondents’ directory as “Research Institute”; contributor, “Economy in War Time” in War in the Twentieth Century George Woodruff, photographer, International News Service Photos (INS Fotos) Cecelia G. Shore Wyckoff, (1926-1966), Publisher, The Magazine of Wall Street Jeff Wylie, photographer, Life

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Fri, November 17, 2017 9 am to 2 pm EST

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