Terrence O'Flaherty worked as television critic for the San Francisco Chronicle from 1952-1986. The bulk of the collection
consists of television stills and promotional material collected by O'Flaherty during the course of his 37-year journalistic
career. Additionally included are scrapbooks documenting his newspaper columns, subject files containing research materials,
and a small amount of correspondence and other writings by O'Flaherty.
Terrence O'Flaherty was born in Iowa in 1917, and raised in Los Angeles. He graduated with a BA from the University of California,
Berkeley, and went on to work as a fact checker at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. He served as a communications officer in the US Navy
during World War II. His first newspaper position was with the Santa Monica Independent, in 1949, and in 1950, he began working
for the San Francisco Chronicle, where he would remain until his retirement in 1986.
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