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Register of the Jack Kramer papers
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Correspondence, writings, printed matter, photographs, and a tape recording, relating to the Eritrean Liberation Front and the movement for Eritrean independence. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Jack Kramer is an American journalist and author. He graduated from Stanford University in 1965 and completed graduate work at Columbia University in 1970. Kramer worked as a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal, contributing editor for Time Magazine and Middle East Bureau chief for the Bloomberg Business Week. He covered a variety of subjects as a journalist in the 1960s, from Alabama during the Civil Rights Movement, Vietnam, Laos, Egypt, Eritrea, Somalia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tunisia, Algeria, Western Sahara, Greece and Turkey. His publication include: Travels with the Celestial Dog, a memoir of the Sixties, a primary source on reporting of Civil Rights, Vietnam, Sudan, the Six Day War and Eritrea, and Rwanda Means a Universe about Rwanda with Louise Mushikiwabo, the current foreign minister of Rwanda and other business related books.
1 manuscript box (0.4 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research. Use copies of all sound recordings in this collection are available.