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Folder  11

Civil War records - February 1864

6 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, and envelopes with notes.
Folder  12

Civil War records - March 1864

5 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  13

Civil War records - April 1864

7 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  14

Civil War records - May 1864

13 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, explanation of reasons for lost articles, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  15

Civil War records - June 1864

12 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, explanation of reasons for lost articles, envelopes with notes, and other forms.
Folder  16

Civil War records - July 1864

34 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, explanation of reasons for lost articles, envelopes with notes, and other forms.
Folder  17

Civil War records - August 1864

3 items: Monthly Return form, special orders, and envelopes with notes.
Folder  18

Civil War records - September 1864

8 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, special orders, envelopes with notes, and other forms.
Folder  19

Civil War records - October 1864

3 items: Monthly Return form, special orders, and envelopes with notes.
Folder  20

Civil War records - November 1864

11 items: Monthly Return form, special orders, invoice forms, envelopes with notes, and other forms.
Folder  21

Civil War records - December 1864

12 items: Monthly Return form, special orders, invoice forms, envelopes with notes, and other forms.
Folder  22

Civil War records - January 1865

8 items: Monthly Return form, special orders, invoice forms, explanation of reasons for lost articles, envelopes with notes, and other forms.
Folder  23

Civil War records - February 1865

4 items: Unserviceable Ordnance Stores form, list of equipage received, and envelopes with notes.
Folder  24

Civil War records - March 1865

18 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, explanation of reasons for lost articles, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Box  211

Publishers - Otis, Harrison Gray

Folder  1

Civil War records - April 1865

22 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, explanation of reasons for lost articles, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  2

Civil War records - May 1865

7 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  3

Civil War records - June 1865

11 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  4

Civil War records - July 1865

8 items: Monthly Return form, receipts of issue, invoice form, envelopes with notes, and form letter from the Ordnance Office.
Folder  5

Civil War records - Envelopes 1865

1 envelope with notes.
Folder  6

Civil War - White, C.B. to E.M. Stanton 1866

Handwritten copy of Letter from White to Stanton, then Secretary of War, relating Otis's military service.
Folder  7

Civil War - "Summary of Military Services" 1869

2-page history of Otis's military service, written by himself.
Folder  8

Civil War - Military Service Description undated

3-page history of Otis's military service.
Folder  9

Civil War - Photocopies - Civil War Journal 1862 - 1863

Copy of journal kept by Otis during the Civil War.
Folder  10

Civil War - Photocopies - Military Records 1864 - 1978

Copies of military records from National Archives
Folder  11

Civil War - Ohio House of Representatives Recommendation 1867

Handwritten resolution sent to the Governor of Ohio from the Ohio House of Representatives recommending Harrison Gray Otis to be appointed Commissioner for the Collection of Statistics of Deceased Ohio Soldiers. Signed by members of the General Assembly.
Folder  12

Seal Islands - Letter book and correspondence 1881 - 1936

Book of letters and facts about the Seal Islands, Alaska. Also, three pieces of Seal Island letter.
Folder  13

Tsin-Tsin - telegrams 1881 - 1936

Two telegrams - one offering Otis the position of General Consul of Tsin-Tsin. The other a decline by Otis.
Folder  14

Spanish American War 1898 - 1899

Linen-backed map of Philippine campaigns during the Spanish American War. "Color Photos of America's New Possessions" - bound book of color images of the Philippines and the Spanish American war. Published in 1899
Folder  15

Civil War - "Harrison Gray Otis - Military Record" undated

Four-page printed pamphlet chronicling the life of Otis.
Folder  16

General - Military Record and Pension Papers 1863 - 1889

Envelopes, correspondence, and other documents related to Otis's military service and federal pension.
Folder  17

General - Military Record and Pension Papers circa 1911

Envelopes, correspondence, and other documents related to Otis's military service and federal pension.
Folder  18

General - Military Record and Pension Papers circa 1911

Envelopes, correspondence, and other documents related to Otis's military service and federal pension.
Box  212

Publishers - Otis, Harrison Gray

 

Seal Islands - Letterbook/Diary

Bound journal and letterbook created by Otis while in the Seal Islands, Alaska. NEEDS CONSERVATION. BOARDS OFF COMPLETELY. PLEASE USE WITH CAUTION.
Box  214

Publishers - Otis, Harrison Gray

 

Spanish American War Scrapbook 1898 - 1899

1 item: Harrison Gray Otis's Spanish American War scrapbook, 1898 - 1899.
 

Reference Material 1865-1979

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically according the Otis' life (for example, the folder about the residence in Santa Barbara comes before the folder about The Bivuoac). Subjects include biographical sketches and notes; early publishing positions; the attack on Otis by Herald publisher Walter Harbison; the Katherine Tingley libel trial; and others. Dates refer to the original print date of the news clipping or the facsimile. Includes news clippings, correspondence, and facsimiles of news clippings. Facsimiles may not be copied or published. Date range is 1865-1979.
Box  213

Publishers - Otis, Harrison Gray

Folder  1

Biographical Material 1882 - 1953

Newspaper clippings, notes, and articles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  2

"Milestones" Autobiography circa 1914

Typed copy and facsimile of Otis's autobiography, "Milestones." Also, typed copy and facsimile of notes about people in "Milestones." FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  3

James Bassett's Biographical Notes circa 1970 - 1979

Typed notes compiled by James Bassett on Otis. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  4

Civil War - Twelfth Ohio Infantry 1995

Information on the regiment Otis was with during the Civil War. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  5

Washington County News - Marietta, Ohio 1865, 1867, 1973

Newspaper clippings and related correspondence. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  6

Residence in Santa Barbara, California 1954

Newspaper clipping and facsimile about Otis's residence in Santa Barbara, California. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  7

Early visits to Los Angeles, California 1875, 1881

Facsimiles, newspaper clippings and notes. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  8

Seal Islands, Alaska 1879, 1881 - 1882

Newspaper clippings. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  9

Writing Style in Los Angeles Times 1882, 1884

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  10

Comments on Other Newspapers 1884 -1890

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  11

Spanish American War 1898 - 1900, 1930, 1968 - 1978

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings and other articles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  12

Walter L. Hardison Attack 1903

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings and transcribed articles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  13

Katharine Tingley Libel Suit 1903 -1907, 1976

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings and other articles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  14

Labor 1903 - 1908, 1941

Articles and newspaper clippings. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  15

Ownership of Los Angeles Herald 1911

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  16

The Bivouac 1913, 1917, 1954

Facsimiles of newspaper clippings and other articles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR PUBLISHED.
Box  677

Publishers - Otis, Harrison Gray

 

BOHEMIA: International League of Press Clubs, 1904. Presented to Harrison Gray Otis - includes articles by H.G. Otis ("The Labor Question") and Dorothy Dix. 1904

1 item: single volume, BOHEMIA: International League of Press Clubs - a collection of prose and poetry by prominent writers circa 1904.
 

Chandler, Harry 1894-1979

Scope and Content Note

Harry Chandler (1864-1944) was born in New Hampshire and moved permanently to Los Angeles in 1885. He worked as a clerk in the circulation department of the Los Angeles Times, as well as delivering papers. He married Ruth Chandler in 1894, two years after his first wife died. Chandler continued to advance at the newspaper and in 1914, Harrison Gray Otis declared his plan to give Chandler and his wife full control fo the Los Angeles Times upon his death. Chandler was publisher of the Los Angeles times from 1917-1944. Intensely protective of his legacy, Chandler had much of his material destroyed upon his death. Series includes reference files, arranged alphabetically by author/subject. Facsimiles may not be copied or published. Date range is 1894-1979.
Box  215

Publishers - Chandler, Harry

Folder  1

Biographical Material - Obituaries 1944

Approx. 40 items: clippings of obituaries and other biographical material on Harry Chandler, 1944. Split into two folders. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  2

Biographical Material - Obituaries 1944

Approx. 40 items: clippings of obituaries and other biographical material on Harry Chandler, 1944. Split into two folders. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  3

Biographical Material - Newspaper and Magazine Mentions 1894, 1899, 1917 - 1939, 1977 - 1984

Approx. 20 items: clippings and copies of newspaper and magazine articles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  4

Biographical Material - Newspaper and Magazine Articles 1923 - 1950, 1972

Approx. 25 items: clippings and copies of articles on Harry Chandler. NOTE: included is a complete issue of National Brain Power Monthly, 1/1923. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  5

Biographical Material - "As You Were Saying, a Contribution to Our Chief" 1934

One copy (in plastic sleeve) of "As you were saying - a contribution to our Chief (without his consent)." One hundred copies were privately printed at Times-Mirror Press. The one in the folder is copy "20." FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  6

Biographical Material - James Bassett's Biographical Notes circa 1970 - 1979

A packet of rough notes (typed) on Harry Chandler's life made by Los Angeles Times staffer James Bassett. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  7

Biographical Material - Anecdotes 1941, 1944, 1978, 1981

5 items: collection of anecdotes related to Harry Chandler and his family. Notable item: 2-pp. letter, 2/28/1978, to Jack Smith from H. Vernon Scott, relating a story about Henry Huntington's announcement of his creation of the (Henry) "Huntington Art Gallery and Library" (sic). FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  8

Biographical Material - "Ancestry of Harry Chandler" 1990

57+ pp. spiral bound booklet, "The Ancestry of Harry Chandler" by Gwendolyn Garland Babcock, 1990. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  9

Articles By 1929 - 1941

9 items: copies of articles about Harry Chandler, and articles or "open letters" by HC, 1929 - 1941. Notable items: "Our Day of Responsibility," by Harry Chandler, Editor & Publisher, 4/23/1932. In 1932 Chandler was President of the American Newspaper Publishers Assn. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  10

Bank of Italy 1925

9 items: clips and correspondence related to a conspiracy case involving the Bank of Italy, 1925. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  11

Goat Gland Treatment 1922, 1925, 1979, 1984

5 items: articles about Dr. John R. Brinkley and his "goat gland" treatments. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  12

Homes 1912

2 items: article copy, Los Angeles Times, 11/24/1912, "Beautiful house of English mansion type..." Handwritten at bottom margin of copy - "HC Hillhurst home" ; on Craig St. Clair note paper, "Harry Chandler residences from L.A. City Directories," followed by dates and addresses. The dates range from 1890 to 1895. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  13

Los Angeles Athletic Club 1932, 1944

2 items: article copy, Mercury (publ. by L.A. Athletic Club), 10/29/1930, "How the Greater L.A.A.C. was built" ; article copy, Mercury, 1944, tribute to "Harry Chandler." FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  14

Los Angeles Suburban Homes Company 1912, 1915

4 items: copies of press releases and "news" stories on Los Angeles Suburban Homes Co., which profited greatly from real estate deals in the San Fernando Valley in the 1910s. "The "Board of Control" of this syndicate were Harrison Gray Otis, Harry Chandler, Moses Sherman, O.F. Brant, H.J. Whitley. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  15

Mexican Land Neutrality trial 1915 - 1917, 1966, 1971

Approx. 12 items: article copies and other material related to activities of Harrison Gray Otis and Harry Chandler in Baja California including vast land holdings and, at one time, an alleged plot to wrest territory from Mexico by force. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  16

Otis, Harrison Gray 1905, 1911

Facsimiles of two letters from Harrison Gray Otis to Harry Chandler. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  17

Tejon Ranch 1911 - 1912, 1933 - 1975

Approx. 25 items: telegrams, letters, memos and a 4-pp. document, "Report on the Tejon Ranchos" (1912); letters, narratives and article clippings related to Tejon Ranch, a huge land holding of a syndicate led by Harrison Gray Otis and Harry Chandler. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  18

Vermejo Ranch 1984

6 items: notes, letters and articles related to Vermejo Ranch, a large Harry Chandler holding in New Mexico, up to 1984. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  19

Material from Sue Reeves circa 1940 - 1949

Approx. 25 items: notes, clippings, photos and a list of individuals sending condolence messages after Harry Chandler's death. Reeves, Chandler's longtime secretary, saved several greeting cards and personal notes she exchanged with Harry Chandler and his wife. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  20

Autograph File 1937 - 1938, 1941

Letters to Harry Chandler from prominent names or responses from Harry Chandler. Names include Edward G. Robinson, Irvin S. Cobb, Herbert Hoover, and Secretary of the Department of Agriculture H. A. Wallace.
Box  678

Publishers - Chandler, Harry

Folder 

circa 1920 - 1944

Several awards for Harry Chandler (one on a plaque) and clips of two articles written by Harry Chandler in the 1920s ; a fragile "Los Angeles Times Scrap Book," containing a large number of LAT clippings and other material from the 1910s and 1920s and beyond. The clippings date from the Harry Chandler years but there is no notation regarding who compiled the scrap book.
 

Chandler, Norman 1921-1973

Scope and Content Note

Norman Chandler (1899-1973) was the oldest son of Harry Chandler and Publisher from 1944-1960. Norman attended Stanford, but returned home before graduating to assist his father at the Los Angeles Times. Norman and his wife, Dorothy Buffum Chandler, were also major supporters of the arts in Los Angeles. Series includes correspondence, invitations, speeches and other material, arranged alphabetically by author/subject. Facsimiles may not be copied or published. Date range is 1921-1973.
Box  216

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

Folder  1

Advertising Climate and Projections 1960

3 items: an exchange of letters between D.J. Worthington (Cresmer & Woodward, Inc.) and Norman Chandler on the future growth of L.A. Also in the folder is a related memo.
Folder  2

Allen, Walter C. 1973

1 item: letter from Judge Walter C. Allen (ret.) to Norman Chandler.
Folder  3

Benton, William 1967

2 items: exchange of letters between William Benton (Publisher, Encyclopedia Britannica) and Norman Chandler.
Folder  4

Bernays, Edward L. 1960

letter, 5/19/1960, from Edward Bernays (public relations pioneer) to Norman Chandler, with attached clipping from Peru Tribune (Indiana) titled "Nation's best newspapers" ;
Folder  5

Birthday Reception 1968

4 items: a set of 16 note cards with text of remarks to be delivered at NC birthday reception (speaker - Al Casey?) in the Norman Chandler Pavilion of Times Mirror Square ; one copy of the invitation to the reception ; two versions of the guest list.
Folder  6

Blethen, C.B. 1941

3 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and C.B. Blethen (Publisher, Seattle Times) ; news clip from Los Angeles Times.
Folder  7

Bowron, Fletcher 1951, 1957

3 items: a 1951 letter from Mayor Fletcher Bowron to Norman Chandler ; clipping from Los Angeles Times dated one week before previous letter ; 1957 letter from attorney James C. Sheppard to Norman Chandler.
Folder  8

Brown, Harold 1972

1 item: letter from Harold Brown (President, California Institute of Technology) to Norman Chandler.
Folder  9

Chandler, Otis - Appointment as Times Publisher (1 of 2) 1960

Approx. 100 items: letters of congratulations to Norman Chandler on his retirement and the naming of Otis Chandler as Los Angeles Times publisher. Notable names among the writers - Walter Annenberg, Frank Capra, Warren Dorn, Donald W. Douglas, Sr., John Ferraro, J. Edgar Hoover, and more. (Split into two folders.) J. Edgar Hoover letter removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler papers.
Folder  10

Chandler, Otis - Appointment as Times Publisher (2 of 2) 1960

Approx. 100 items: letters of congratulations to Norman Chandler on his retirement and the naming of Otis Chandler as Los Angeles Times publisher. Notable names among the writers - Walter Annenberg, Frank Capra, Warren Dorn, Donald W. Douglas, Sr., John Ferraro, J. Edgar Hoover, and more. (Split into two folders.) J. Edgar Hoover letter removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler papers.
Folder  11

Chandler, Philip 1963

2 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and younger brother Philip Chandler, who was worried about Los Angeles Times editorial policy and wanted to "speak up" to warn Norman Chandler of "the reputation being gained by The Times." (He was concerned that Los Angeles Times was not printing "the truth" about Communism, etc.) FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  12

Chinese Consul General 1959

1 item: letter from Mong-ping Lee (Consul General of China) to Norman Chandler.
Folder  13

Doherty, Frank P. 1959

6 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and Frank P. Doherty (attorney) and other material related to judicial appointments.
Folder  14

Dunne, Irene 1958

2 items: brief letter to Norman Chandler from (actress) Irene Dunne and attached transcript of telegram to her from labor leader George Meany.
Folder  15

Eisenhower, Dwight 1955, 1958, 1959

5 items: four letters from President Dwight Eisenhower to Norman Chandler, spanning the years 1955 to 1959 ; copy of a 1959 Los Angeles Times article mentioning Norman Chandler and Eisenhower. Original Eisenhower letters removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler collection. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  16

Farmer, Zack 1960

3 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and Zack Farmer (Olympics - 1932?).
Folder  17

Freeman, Y. F. 1964

3 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and Y. F. "Frank" Freeman, Vice President of Paramount Pictures
Folder  18

Goodan, Mary Elena 1960, 1966

4 items: two exchanges of letters, in 1960 and 1966 between Norman Chandler and Mary Elena Goodan. Ms. Goodan was a San Marino teen who published a neighborhood "news" sheet. In 1966 upon her high school graduation, she asked Norman Chandler for a job.
Folder  19

H.M. Goucha' Company 1961

1 item: letter from Norman Chandler to Robert Erving (President, H. M. Gousha' Co.) on a corporate joint venture.
Folder  20

Gruenther, Alfred M. 1965

2 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther.
Folder  21

Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1959

1 item: letter to Norman Chandler from Christian Clausen (Public Relations Supervisor, Jet Propulsion Laboratories.
Folder  22

Johnson, Lyndon B. 1964, 1973

2 items: a 1964 invitation for Mr. & Mrs. Norman Chandler to attend a White House dinner "on the occasion of the visit of His Excellency The President of the Philippines" (Diosdado Macapagal).
Folder  23

Hall, Giles S., Jr. 1964

2 items: letters exchanged between Norman Chandler and Giles S. Hall (concerned citizen) on the subject of the restoration of the Pico House hotel building.
Folder  24

Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration 1961

2 items: exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and Henry B. Schacht (student, Harvard University Graduate School). FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  25

Henry, Bill 1967, 1973

4 items: 1967 exchange of letters between Bill Henry and Norman Chandler, plus a 1973 letter to Norman Chandler from members of Henry's family after his death.
Folder  26

Hoover, Herbert 1959 - 1960

7 items: a stapled packet of four letters between Norman Chandler and ex-president Herbert Hoover from 1945 when Hoover wrote at least two editorials for Los Angeles Times which ran with no indication they were by Hoover. The packet has a cover letter from 1988 written by Herb Strentz of Drake University, who claims Hoover praised his own actions and criticized Franklin Roosevelt in an unsigned editorial. There are also two letters to Norman Chandler from Hoover from the 1959 - 1960 period. Original Hoover letters removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler collection.
Folder  27

Hopper, Hedda 1964

1 item: letter (11/5/1964), presumably from Norman Chandler to Hedda Hopper, this copy unsigned.
Folder  28

Kamp, Joseph P. 1958

2 items: telegram and memo, both dated 9/17/1958, and both regarding figures in a 1958 California political campaign. Public figures mentioned: Edmund ("Pat") Brown, Norman Chandler, Nick B. Williams and Joseph P. Kamp.
Folder  29

Kennedy, Edward 1966

1 item: note from Edward ("Ted") Kennedy to Norman Chandler, 3/16/1966.
Folder  30

KTTV 1961

3 items: memo, letter and transcript on the subject of "Poulson-Yorty countercharges."
Folder  31

Kuchel, Thomas H. 1964

1 item: telegram to Senator Thomas Kuchel from Norman Chandler regarding the Senate appropriation for "the Informational Media Guaranty Program."
Folder  32

Kueser, Ruth Shellhorn 1971

2 items: letter, 10/18/1971, from Norman Chandler to Ruth Kueser of Redondo Beach, who had sent in a nearly 30-year old clipping of a full-page of Los Angeles Times headed, "A plain statement to the readers of the Los Angeles Times," announcing a rate increase for purchase of the newspaper and justifying it.
Folder  33

Lewis, Jerry 1959

1 item: letter, 2/16/1959, from Jerry Lewis to Norman Chandler thanking him for Los Angeles Times cooperation on the muscular dystrophy issue. Letter removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler papers.
Folder  34

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce 1960

2 items: letter, 7/7/1960, from Harold Wright (L.A. Chamber of Commerce) to Norman Chandler and memo from Nick Williams, 7/18/1960, both on the subject of the preservation of Angels Flight (funicular railway) in downtown L.A.
Folder  35

Los Angeles Newspaper Publishers Association 1962

1 item: Norman Chandler memo to Richard Robinson on Los Angeles Newspaper Publishers Assn.
Folder  36

Los Angeles Times 80th Anniversary 1961

Approx. 70 items: letters of congratulations on Los Angeles Times 80th anniversary, stapled to responses.
Folder  37

Los Angeles Times - Circulation 1949 - 1959

Approx. 12 items: memos, letters and notes related to Los Angeles Times circulation, 1949 - 1959.
Folder  38

Los Angeles Times - Circulation Routes 1921

7 items: circulation routes agreement and related papers.
Folder  39

Los Angeles Times - Editorial Policy 1960 - 1964

Approx. 15 items: letters from various individuals and responses on the subject of editorial policy in the period 1960 - 1964.
Folder  40

Los Angeles Times - Employee Relations 1935, 1962

6 items: correspondence related to employee relations, various years.
Folder  41

Manning, Timothy 1958

1 item: letter, 10/14/1958, to Norman Chandler from Bishop Timothy Manning. Letter removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler papers.
Box  217

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

Folder  1

McCone, John Alex 1961, 1963

2 letters from John Alex McCone (Director, CIA) to Norman Chandler.
Folder  2

Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith 1962

5 items: letters exchanged between Norman Chandler and James Mead and Norma Walter of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith. An article about Los Angeles Times and Times Mirror had appeared in the Merrill Lynch Investor's Reader.
Folder  3

Mirror - Formation of 1945 - 1947

Approx. 35 items: correspondence between Norman Chandler and Virgule Pinkley (Vice President, United Press International) who later became publisher of The Mirror.
Folder  4

Mirror - Opening of (1 of 2) 1948

Approx. 70 items: congratulatory letters and telegrams to Norman Chandler at the time of the launch of The Mirror in 1948, coming from figures in the fields of publishing, business, politics and entertainment. (Split into two folders.)
Folder  5

Mirror - Opening of (2 of 2) 1948

Approx. 70 items: congratulatory letters and telegrams to Norman Chandler at the time of the launch of The Mirror in 1948, coming from figures in the fields of publishing, business, politics and entertainment. (Split into two folders.)
Folder  6

Mirror - Correspondence 1944 - 1951

4 items: correspondence between Norman Chandler, Bud Lewis and L. D. Hotchkiss. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  7

Mirror - Correspondence 1952 - 1953

8 items: correspondence involving Norman Chandler, Philip Chandler, Virgil Pinkley and others in the 1952 - 1953 period. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  8

Mirror - Celler Anti-trust Hearings 1962 - 1963

Approx. 12 items: a wide array of materials related to the Emmanuel Celler anti-trust hearings (investigating the consolidation of The Mirror into The Times). FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  9

Mirror - Celler Anti-trust Hearings Transcript 1962

1 item: 60+ pp. transcript of (Emmanuel) Celler antitrust hearings. These hearings investigated the consolidation of The Mirror and The Times in 1962.
Folder  10

Moore, Richard A. 1962

1 item: letter, 9/28/1962, to Norman Chandler from Richard A. Moore, an executive with KTTV (a Times Mirror property).
Folder  11

Moseley, C.C. 1964

3 items: letters exchanged between Norman Chandler and C.C. Moseley in 1964. The subject involved an election bet they had made, complete with plenty of good-natured teasing.
Folder  12

National Geographic Magazine 1962

5 items: correspondence between representatives of National Geographic Magazine and Norman Chandler ; article copies from the magazine. The article was about Los Angeles. FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED.
Folder  13

New Hampshire - Landaff and Lisbon 1963 - 1964

6 items: letters between Norman Chandler and Harold Pickwick and Harry Titus of Lisbon, New Hampshire. Because that area of New Hampshire was the birthplace of Harry Chandler (in Landaff, near Lisbon), members of the Chandler family to attend a bicentennial fete in Lisbon.
Folder  14

The New York Times 1946, 1964

4 items: 1946 letter from New York Times Managing Editor Edwin L. James to Norman Chandler ; 1964 exchange of letters between Norman Chandler and Thomas Curran of United Press Associates ; earshot from The Economist, 1/25/1964, "Off the news stand," on the failure of the New York Times Western Edition in a showdown with Los Angeles Times.
Folder  15

Newspaper Publishing - Technological Developments In 1963

1 item: 24-pp. statement - "Technological developments in newspaper publishing - Appendix B to STATEMENT BEFORE THE ANTITRUST SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE HOUSE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE [3/14/1963] by Stanford Smith, General Manager, American Newspaper Publishers Association..."
Folder  16

Nixon, Richard 1952 - 1953

Approx. 25 items: letters exchanged between Norman Chandler and Richard Nixon in the 1952 - 1964 period ; related correspondence ; stapled packet of Los Angeles Times article copies under title "The Nixons in South America." FACSIMILES MAY NOT BE COPIED OR PUBLISHED. Original Nixon letters removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler papers.
Box  218

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

Folder  1

Otis Art Institute 196

1 item: memo, 10/31/1940, from Loyal Durant Hotchkiss, Los Angeles Times Editor, to Norman Chandler on the subject of the Otis Art Institute.
Folder  2

Pegler, Westbrook 1944

Approx. 12 items: a collection of letters and one Pegler column transcript. The bulk of the material deals directly with "the discontinuance of Westbrook Pegler's column in the Times..." but there are no letters, as such, to or from Pegler. All the correspondence deals with reaction to Pegler's shift to a new distributor. He had been with the Scripps - Howard syndicate, he joined King Features Syndicate in September 1944.
Folder  3

Peterson, T.S. 1959

1 item: letter, 10/7/1959, from T.S. "Ted" Peterson, President of Standard Oil Company of California to Norman Chandler.
Folder  4

Poulson, Norris 1952 - 1965

Approx. 10 items: exchanges of letters between Norris Poulson (Congressman and later L.A. mayor) and Norman Chandler ; 2-pp. segment from Poulson's memoirs relating to the Chandler family.
Folder  5

Publishers' Forest Products 1965

Approx. 16 items: correspondence between Norman Chandler and Orin Rosenberg (Publishers' Forest Products), Sen. Thomas Kuchel, Sen. George Murphy and others on the subject of the forest products industry.
Folder  6

Rancho Santa Anita, Inc. 1961

2 items: 4-pp. (stapled to blue backing sheet) "Rancho Santa Anita, Inc. - Financial Statements... (7/31/1961) ; 3-pp. letter, 8/31/1961, from F. Wesley Davies (Rancho Santa Anita, Inc.) to Norman Chandler.
Folder  7

Republican Finance Committee of Southern California 1948

4 items: one letter and various papers related to connection of Norman Chandler and Times Mirror to Republican fund raising activities.
Folder  8

Rockefeller, Nelson A. 1964

2 items: two letters, 1964, from Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chandler. Letters removed from Autograph File and returned to Norman Chandler papers.
Folder  9

Scott, Joseph 1958

2 items: exchange of letters, 1958, between Norman Chandler and Judge A. A. Scott of LA Superior Court on the passing of Scott's father, Joseph Scott, and a thanks for "the beautiful editorial which appeared in your paper..."
Folder  10

Sheldon, Willard H. 1973

1 item: brief letter from Sheldon to Norman Chandler consisting of a "get well" message.
Folder  11

Shippey, Lee 1959 - 1960

Approx. 20 items: correspondence between Norman Chandler and Lee Shippey, plus a small number of related letters, including one relating to Shippey's autobiography, Luckiest Man Alive.
Folder  12

Silberberg, M. B. 1964

2 items: copy of Los Angeles Times editorial of 11/8/1964, "Republicanism - the road ahead" ; letter, 11/10/1964, from attorney M. B. Silberberg, on the recent presidential election defeat (Goldwater) and praising the aforementioned editorial.
Folder  13

Singapore - Prime Minister 1967

2 items: letter, 10/31/1967, from Singapore's Prime Minister to Norman Chandler, thanking him for hosting him at Los Angeles Country Club (plus 6 small black and white photos) ; letter, 4/27/1971, to Norman Chandler from the Prime Minister (name not readable but it was Lee Kuan Yew).
Folder  14

Smog 1959 - 1960

4 items: telegram, 1/7/1959, to Norman Chandler from Harold Fitzgerald (Pontiac Press, a Michigan newspaper) ; letter, 9/19/1960, to Norman Chandler from Will Durant (historian) ; memo, 9/26/1960, to Norman Chandler from Nick Williams ; letter, 10/6/1960, from Norman Chandler to Will Durant. The subject of all these items is smog.
Folder  15

Street, Suzanne 1962

3 items: letter, 10/11/1962, to Norman Chandler from Suzanne Street ; memo, 10/25/1962, to Norman Chandler from Marvin Reimer of Los Angeles Times (Personnel? Legal?) ; letter, 11/2/1962, from Norman Chandler to Suzanne Street. All correspondence deals with a request for Times' financial help for Street, whose sister, Opal Street wrote a column for Los Angeles Times for a decade, circa 1920. Pfaffinger Foundation had already provided some aid but Norman Chandler and Reimer determined that nothing more would be forthcoming from Los Angeles Times.
Folder  16

Sullivan, Joseph T. P. 1964

2 items: letter, 11/27/1964, to Norman Chandler "and Buff," from Joseph T.P. Sullivan ; letter, 12/1/1964, to Sullivan from Norman Chandler. The letters involve congratulations from Sullivan to the Chandlers on the opening of The Music Center, and an invitation to attend a dinner in NYC with Sullivan, then Norman Chandler's responses.
Folder  17

Thornton, Charles 1964

2 items: 4-pp. memo, 4/8/1964, from Nick Williams to Otis Chandler summarizing Los Angeles Times editorial and news policies ; letter, 4/13/1964, from Otis Chandler to Charles B. Thornton of Litton Industries.
Folder  18

Times Mirror Company - Acquisitions 1961 - 1966

Approx. 10 items: letters, memos and reports related to Times Mirror acquisitions in the time period 1961 to 1966.
Folder  19

Times Mirror Company - Corporate Structure 1955 - 1988

Approx. 35 items: memos, letters, reports and other material related to changes in Times Mirror Co. executive structure and other Times Mirror issues. Notable items: multipage packet, title page headed "Norman Chandler's remarks to Management Personnel on (2/16/1968)" ; 6-pp. speech outline, "Suggested outline of the President's comments on Corporate Organization."
Folder  20

Times Mirror Company - Listing on the New York Stock Exchange 1964

Approx. 20 items: memos, letters, invitee lists, reports and other material related to Times Mirror being listed on the New York Stock Exchange and related festivities.
Folder  21

Times Mirror Company - Share Increase 1961

5 items: letters from Norman Chandler to Ruth Chandler Crocker and Frank L. King on the subject of a Times Mirror share increase in 1961 ; archiving note.
Folder  22

Times Mirror Company - Shareholder Meeting 1968

5 items: bulletins, memos and other material related to planning for the Times Mirror shareholders meeting in Oregon City, Oregon, 8/1968 ; 6-pp. transcript of Norman Chandler's speech to shareholders and Oregon dignitaries at a banquet the night before the meeting (incl. Gov. Tom McCall and Portland mayor Terry Schrunk).
Folder  23

University of Southern California 1965 - 1966

5 items: correspondence related to Norman Chandler being nominated, in one case, to receive an award - Outstanding Achievement in Management from the USC School of Business Administration and, in another case an invitation to become a member of the University of Southern California Associates (he declined saying he was swamped and suggested "Phil" (his brother possibly?) would be a good choice.
Folder  24

United Republican Finance Committee 1964

4 items: three letters to Norman Chandler, and one reply, all on the topic of fund raising for Republican candidates in the 1964 elections. The letters to Norman Chandler all ask for donations to candidates - in LA County, Congressional candidates in general, and Barry Goldwater.
Folder  25

Viskniskki, Guy T. 1934 - 1935

Approx. 35 items: collection of letters exchanged between Norman Chandler and Guy T. Viskniskki (an efficiency expert specializing in newspapers), who was hired by the Los Angeles Times in 1934 to streamline the operation, cut costs, etc.
Folder  26

Williams, Nick B. 1973

2 items: letter, 1/25/1973, from Nick Williams to Norman Chandler, expressing his admiration of him ; letter, 7/25/1973, Williams to Norman Chandler, on the subject of great American publishers of the mid 20th century. The second letter features Williams' thoughts on Col. McCormick (Chicago Tribune), Henry Luce (Time), the Scripps - Howard Newspapers and The Christian Science Monitor.
Folder  27

Speeches - Misc. 1940 - 1949

Approx. 12 items: texts of various speeches delivered by Norman Chandler during the decade of the 1940s. Notable items: 2-pp., "Speech at KTTV Inc. dedication," 1949 ; remarks made on radio between halves of the Rams - Redskins Charity Football Game, in both 1947 and 1948 ; 5-pp. speech transcript, 8/3/1948, when NC announced the future startup of The Mirror ; 11-pp. text of NC's "Christmas 1943 (message)" ; 2-pp. "Mirror" speech at 10/1948 kickoff of that newspaper.
Box  219

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

Folder  1

Misc. 1950 - 1959

4 items: speech transcripts of Norman Chandler for the decade of the 1950s. Notable items: 12-pp. transcript, "(KTTV) The Television Station of Today and Tomorrow," 1951? ; 8-pp. speech transcript, "What should we do about big labor?" (mid-1950s) ; single page "Norman Chandler's Sports Award Dinner Speech" ; more.
Folder  2

Misc. 1960 - 1969

Approx. 20 items: speeches delivered by Norman Chandler (plus a small number by Otis Chandler and Albert Casey) from the decade of the 1960s. Notable items: multipage transcripts of remarks by Norman Chandler, Otis Chandler and Albert Casey at the New York Society of Security Analysts, 1/11/1966 ; multipage text of "Auditorium Dedication" for the Harry Chandler Auditorium, 1961 ; Norman Chandler remarks at "...seminar on California Corporations," 10/27/1965 ; selection of Norman Chandler's speeches to Foremen's Conferences in early 1960s.
Folder  3

Times Mirror Company Employee Christmas Messages 1940 - 1949

Approx. 15 items: Norman's Chandler's Christmas messages to Times Mirror (and The Times) employees and stockholders during the 1940s.
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company Employee Christmas Messages 1950 - 1956

Approx. 10 items: Norman Chandler's written Christmas messages and speeches delivered to Times Mirror and Los Angeles Times employees and shareholders for the period 1950 - 1956.
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company Luncheon Series 1964

3 items: three speech texts on 4" x 6" in an outline format. They are identified by handwritten notes at top margin: "Los Angeles luncheon - 6/10/1964" ; "San Francisco luncheon - 6/18/1964" ; "Chicago luncheon - 6/29/1964."
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company Annual Shareholder Meeting 1949-1950

1 item: 14-pp. Norman Chandler speech, titled "Sixty-Second Annual Report - Year 1948 - The Times Mirror Company." The speech was delivered at the Annual Stockholders Meeting, 1/21/ 1949. 1 item: 10-pp. text, Norman Chandler "Sixty-Third Annual Report - Year 1949 - The Times Mirror Company." Norman Chandler delivered the speech at the Annual Stockholders Meeting, 4/4/1950."
Folder  7

Times Mirror Company Annual Shareholder Meeting 1963 - 1964

1 item: packet of approx. 20-pp., including an agenda / outline for the Annual Meeting in the Harry Chandler Auditorium, 5/14/1963, plus a script / outline of Norman Chandler's speech for the meeting. 1 item: 27-pp. script for introduction of officers and speech text for Norman Chandler's speech to the Annual Shareholders Meeting, 1964.
Folder  8

Times Mirror Company Annual Shareholder Meeting 1965

Approx. 10 items related to several events at the 1965 Times Mirror Annual Shareholders' Meeting: sample invitation to dinner at the home of Otis Chandler in San Marino, 5/21 ; invitation to luncheon at the Norman Chandler Pavilion, 5/22 ; guest lists, menus and other related information ; 8-pp text of "Otis Chandler remarks..." ; 38-pp. text of Norman Chandler speech.
Folder  9

Times Mirror Company Annual Shareholder Meeting 1966

3 items: 21-pp. text headed "Opening of meeting (Norman Chandler)" ; 16-pp. "Agenda - Organization Meeting of the Board of Directors of The Times Mirror Company," 5/10/1966 : 53-pp. - cover sheet reads "Annual Meeting 1966."
Folder  10

Times Mirror Company Annual Shareholder Meeting 1967

1 item: 12-pp. transcript titled "The Times Mirror Company - 1967 Annual Meeting of the Shareholders." This packet includes the introduction of officers and the entire text of Norman Chandler's remarks.
Folder  11

Times Mirror Company Annual Shareholder Meeting 1968

4 items: 13-pp. "...Script - Norman Chandler: ; 7-pp. "1968 Annual Meeting of Shareholders, Remarks by Albert V. Casey" : 25-pp. "Management Conference and Annual Meeting Schedule," 5/20/1968 ; 2-pp. "Program - Times Mirror Annual Meeting," 5/22/1968.
Box  679

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

 

Times Mirror Guest Book, events of 1956 - 1964. 1956 - 1964

One brown leatherette guest book with entries for the years 1956 - 1964.
Box  680

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

 

Certificates 1936, 1956 - 1958, 1960, 1966, 1973

Folder of certificates from the Board of Harbor Commissioners, the Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce, the University of Missouri School of Journalism (including sheet of stamps), the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, the University of Southern California School of Business Administration, the Times Mirror Board of Directors, and the General Harrison Gray Otis Post 566 of the American Legion. Two memorial registers for Norman Chandler's memorial service. November 1973 issue of "Among Ourselves" with Norman Chandler on cover.
Box  681

Publishers - Chandler, Norman

 

Scrapbooks 1973

Three copies of a scrapbook highlighting Chandlers work at the Los Angeles Times - one inscribed from "Mama Buff" (Dorothy Chandler) to "Harry" (likely Harry B. Chandler, Norman's grandson); one in covered box; one disassembled.
 

Chandler, Otis 1940-1989

Scope and Content Note

Otis Chandler (1927-2006) was the oldest son of Norman Chandler and Publisher from 1960-1980. Chandler attended Stanford and was an internationally-ranked shotputter. The fourth and final descendant of Harrison Gray Otis to run the Los Angeles Times, Chandler oversaw a major expansion of the paper, increasing its the profits and reputation. Date range is 1940-1989.
 

Correspondence 1955-1988

Scope and Content Note

Includes personal and business correspondence to/from associates, friends, and family; arranged alphabetically by author. Date range is 1955-1988.
Box  220

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Abel, Richard F. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Lieutenant Colonel Richard F. Abel, Public Affairs Officer of the United States Air Force.
Folder  2

Adams, Ansel 1983

A letter to Otis Chandler from Ansel Adams.
Folder  3

Agnew, Spiro 1968

Two letters - one from Otis Chandler to Maryland Governor Spiro Agnew and one from Agnew to Chandler in response - regarding Agnew's visit with editorial staff of the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  4

Ahmanson, Howard 1967

A letter to Otis Chandler from Howard Ahmanson.
Folder  5

AID-United Givers 1978 -1979

Seven letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Walter B. Gerken, Chairman of the Board at Pacific Mutual. Also in this folder is a letter from Otis Chandler to J.R. Fluor, President at United Way, Inc. and Fluor Corporation. All letters pertain to the Times decision to continue giving money to AID-United Givers or to the United Way.
Folder  6

Alarcon Jr., Gabriel 1980

Three letters of correspondence and between Gabriel Alarcon, Jr. and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a photograph from Alarcon to Chandler which pictures Chandler, the former owner of El Universal Newspaper and Fulton Freeman, the former Ambassador of the United States to Mexico (from 1964-69)
Folder  7

Alberts, Andrea 1978

A letter from Freddie Miller to Andrea Alberts regarding her resume.
Folder  8

Allen, Steve 1966

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Steve Allen.
Folder  9

Alsop, Joseph 1966-1971

Four letters of correspondence between Joseph Alsop and Otis Chandler.
Folder  10

American Newspaper Publishers Association 1979 - 1980

One letter of correspondence between Allen H. Neuharth, Chairman of the Board at Gannett, and Otis Chandler. Other items in this folder include three memos to and from Otis Chandler, Phillip L. Williams, Robert F. Erburu, Tom Johnson, and Robert L. Flannes.
Folder  11

American Press Institute 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Malcolm F. Mallette, Director of Development at the American Press Institute, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  12

American Red Cross 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Art Kross, Director of Operations at the American Red Cross, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  13

American Society of Newspaper Editors 1977

A letter to Otis Chandler from Gene Giancarlo, Executive Secretary of the American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE). Along with the letter he sends a copy of the September ASNE Bulletin.
Folder  14

Anderson, Herold C. 1980

Two letters of correspondence and between Herold C. Anderson, a foreman and supervisor at the Daily Pilot, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  15

Andrews, Oliver 1977 - 1978

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Oliver Andrews regarding a planter located in front of his sculpture. Also in this folder are two notes to Freddie Miller.
Folder  16

Anken Industries 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert M. Verburg, President of Anken Industries, regarding Lane Leonard, a Los Angeles Times employee. Also in this folder is a copy of the letter Verburg sent to Leonard.
Folder  17

Annenberg, Walter 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from Walter Annenberg. The stationary is from Sunnylands, Annenberg's winter estate in Rancho Mirage, California.
Folder  18

Aronoff, Robert L. 1977-1978

Two items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert L. Aronoff regarding a letter that Ken Levitt sent to Aronoff. The two items of correspondence include a note to Chandler and a response letter to Aronoff. Other items in this folder include a note to Bill [?] from Freddie Miller; the letter that Ken Levitt sent to Aronoff; and a photocopy of the article written by the Los Angeles Times about the fire in Levitt's apartment building.
Folder  19

Associated Press 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Keith Fuller, President and General Manager of the Associated Press, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  20

Associated Press Election 1965

Correspondence pertaining to the Associated Press elections. Mostly pertaining to Otis Chandler's campaign. Items include letters, memos, telegrams, and lists.
Folder  21

Associated Press Election [1] 1971

Letters regarding the Associated Press elections.
Folder  22

Associated Press Election [2] 1971

Letters regarding the Associated Press elections.
Folder  23

Babcock, Gwen Garland 1969

A sympathy letter from Otis Chandler to Mrs. Guilford Babcock III [Gwen Garland] regarding the death of her mother, Helen Garland.
Folder  24

Babcock III, Mr. and Mrs. Guilford C. 1975 - 1976

Correspondence between Guilford C. Babcock III and Otis Chandler regarding the Skymaster accident on Frasier Mountain, in which William May Garland, Jr., and Gary Dordigan died. Most of the information if marked "Personal and Confidential." There are also letters addressed to F. Daniel Frost and Dr. Peter S. Bing, in which Otis Chandler is passing along to them the confidential reports about the accident.
Folder  25

Barrows, Jim 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jim Barrows regarding an editorial writer position. Also in this folder is a copy of Barrows' resume.
Folder  26

Bassett, James 1968-1979

Correspondence between James Bassett and Otis Chandler. One of the items of correspondence is a thank you card in response to Bassett's sympathy after Norman Chandler died. Also included are letters sent to Mrs. Bassett, after her husband's death and letters regarding James Bassett and the planning for Los Angeles Times centennial and a possible book on the subject.
Folder  27

Bates, Albert W. 1973

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Albert W. Bates, Communications Specialist at the Office of the Postmaster General. Also in this folder, attached to Bates' letter, is a note with a P.S. marked private and confidential.
Folder  28

Batten Jr., Frank 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Frank Batten, Jr. of Dartmouth College, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  29

Beakley, Burleigh M. 1977 - 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Burleigh M. Beakley, a former contributor to Home magazine.
Folder  30

Bell, David and Elinore 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Mr. and Mrs. Bell (David and Elinore) and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder, attached to a note from Elke Corley, is a photocopy of the article printed by the Los Angeles Herald Examiner regarding the death of Mr. and Mrs. Bell's son, Gary Bell, a Los Angeles Times Pressman.
Folder  31

Bengelsdorf, Irving S. 1967

A memo from Irving S. Bengelsdorf to Freddie Miller regarding Spaceship Earth Theme material to be used for a speech or theme for a commencement address for Otis Chandler.
Folder  32

Berges, Marshall 1964-1970

Correspondence between Otis Chandler, Marshall Berges, and Donna Swayze regarding documents that Chandler lent Berges to read. All the documents are in this folder. Documents include speeches, memos, and newspaper clippings.
Folder  33

Berke, Louis F. 1968

A three page letter to Louis F. Berke from Otis Chandler.
Folder  34

Bicentennial Minute 1976

A memo from Robert L. Flannes to all Times Employees, informing them that Otis Chandler will be featured on "Bicentennial Minute" on the CBS Television network.
Folder  35

Bliven, Bruce 1965

Six items of correspondence regarding Bruce Bliven's request information about a book entitled "Madeline." Correspondents include Otis Chandler, Bruce Bliven, Freddie Miller, Rome, and Drexanne in the office of Harrison Chandler at Times Mirror Press.
Folder  36

Board of Directorships 1970

"A memo, with a four page photocopy of an article attached, from Otis Chandler to James F. Chambers, Jr., Felix R. McKnight from The Dallas Times Herald, William Attwood, David Laventhol from Newsday, Robert N. Weed, and Thomas Keevil from Orange Coast Daily Pilot. The memo is regarding Board of Directorships in which Chandler is asking for everyone's opinion. He originally posed the question to Nick Williams and Bob Donovan. Their response are part of the memo. The opinions of all the recipients of the memo are included in this folder except for William Attwood and David Laventhol."
Folder  37

Boccardi, Louis D. 1972

A one page letter from Louis D. Boccardi to Otis Chandler.
Folder  38

Booth, Otis 1961

A two page memo from Otis Chandler regarding a proposed daily Times scheduled meeting that Otis Booth would chairman.
Folder  39

Boothe Luce, Clare 1970

Two photocopied letters of correspondence between Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce and Otis Chandler.
Folder  40

Bowling League Awards 1974

A memo to Otis Chandler from Robert L. Flannes, regarding the Times-Times Mirror Press Bowling League.
Folder  41

Brandt, Janet Leigh 1968

Handwritten letter to Otis Chandler from Janet Leigh Brandt on Share, Inc. letterhead regarding the coverage of Share, Inc. in the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  42

Brokaw, Tom 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Tom Brokaw and Otis Chandler.
Folder  43

Brooke, Edward W. 1966

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Edward W. Brooke, Attorney General , Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Folder  44

Brown, Edmund G. 1966-1969

Ten letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler from Edmund G. Brown, Governor of California, then later, attorney at the Law Offices of Ball, Hunt, Hart and Brown.
Folder  45

Brown, Harold 1978

Three pieces of correspondence between Harold Brown and Otis Chandler.
Folder  46

Brown, Helen Gurley 1971

Three pieces of correspondence between Helen Gurley Brown and Otis Chandler.
Folder  47

Brown, Robert U. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Robert U. Brown, President and Editor of Editor & Publisher and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a clipping from Editor & Publisher.
Folder  48

Bruns, Ken 1979

A congratulatory letter sent from Otis Chandler to Ken Bruns in the Promotion and Public Relations department, regarding Bruns' 25th anniversary at the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  49

Buchwald, Art 1964-1971

Fourteen items. Eleven letters correspondence between Art Buchwald and Otis Chandler. Two letters of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Art Buchwald. Two of the letters from Buchwald to Chandler has a a copy of an piece Buchwald wrote and also a memo from Nick Williams to Chandler.
Folder  50

Buckley, Jr., William F. 1979

Three letters of correspondence between William F. Buckley, Jr. and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder are photocopies of articles and letters that Buckley attached to his letter in order to help set the story straight about an article that was published in the Washington Post about his problems with the SEC.
Folder  51

Buffett, Warren E. 1979

A letter from Warren E. Buffett, in which he attaches a copy of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. 1978 Annual Report To The Stockholders report.
Folder  52

Bunche, Ralph J. 1965

Five items. Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ralph J. Bunche, Under-Secretary for Political Affairs for the United Nations Secretariat; a letter to Frank P. Haven, Los Angeles Times Managing Editor, from Louis B. Fleming, Los Angeles Times United Nations Bureau; and an envelope with a note attached to it, from Fleming.
Folder  53

Bundy, McGeorge 1966

Two items of correspondence. One letter is to Otis Chandler from McGeorge Bundy. The other letter is address to Bundy, from Freddie Miller.
Box  221

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Bureau Chiefs 1965

Two items. A two page proposed draft of a letter to the Bureau Chiefs from Otis Chandler; and a note attached to the draft.
Folder  2

Bureau (Domestic) 1971-1975

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and different Los Angeles Times domestic bureaus.
Folder  3

Bureau (Foreign) 1971-1975

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and different Los Angeles Times foreign bureaus.
Folder  4

Bush, George 1980

A letter to George Bush, congratulating him on his winning the election as the forthcoming Vice President.
Folder  5

C.V. Mosby Company, The 1979

A letter to Robert C. Strain, President of The C.V. Mosby Company, from Otis Chandler.
Folder  6

Caradon, Hugh 1967

A letter to Otis Chandler from Lord Hugh Caradon, Ambassador, United Kingdom Mission to the United States.
Folder  7

Carlsberg, Arthur W. 1978

Five letters of correspondence between Arthur W. Carlsberg and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder are a photocopy of the article about the SEC order against Carlsberg firms, three memos to Bill Thomas and a letter to William H. Tilley of Jacmar Companies, regarding Carlsberg.
Folder  8

Carlson, Avon B. 1968

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Avon B. Carlson, Principal of Western High School, regarding Chandler's daughter, Cathleen.
Folder  9

Carter, Jimmy 1976-1978

Correspondence regarding Jimmy Carter. Also a guest planning sheet and itinerary for a breakfast held in honor of Jimmy Carter.
Folder  10

Casey, Albert V. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Albert V. Casey and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a letter to Elizabeth Scott, in the office of the Chairman and President at American Airlines, regarding the application of Frank C. Thomas Jr.
Folder  11

CBS Inc. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Thomas H. Wyman, President at CBS Inc., and Otis Chandler.
Folder  12

CBS/Broadcast Group 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Gene F. Jankowski, President at CBS/Broadcast Group, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  13

Chambers Jr., James F. 1978 - 1980

Five letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and James F. Chambers, Jr. In three of the letters, Chambers is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Dallas Times Herald. In the other two letters, Chambers is Chief Executive Officer of Times Herald Printing Company.
Folder  14

Champlin, Charles 1967

Two memos of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Charles Champlin regarding Vietnam.
Folder  15

Chandler, Dorothy 1961-1980

Seven pieces of correspondence written by Otis Chandler to his mother, Dorothy Chandler. One of the letters is a photocopy. Three are memos to his mother, one with a letter attached which was address to Mrs. Norman Chandler. Also in this folder is a letter from C.C. Moseley to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chandler regarding the John Birch Society. There is a handwritten note on the letter by Dorothy Chandler.
Folder  16

Chandler, Harrison 1970

Two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Harrison Chandler. Items include a response letter from Otis Chandler to Harrison Chandler's note. Harrison Chandler's note had five photocopies of Sam Yorty articles from other newspapers and Sam Yorty's calling card attached.
Folder  17

Chandler, Marilyn Brant 1965

Two letters and a note to Freddie Miller from Otis Chandler's wife, Marilyn Brant Chandler. Also in this folder is the envelope in which the letter came in, a handwritten note from Norman Brant Chandler to Otis Chandler regarding asking Freddie about a catalog, and eight pages of instruction on maintenance of the house, children, pets and the servants.
Folder  18

Chandler, Norman 1958-1966

Three items. Three memos from Otis Chandler to Norman Chandler and a memo from Otis Chandler to Norman Chandler, Mrs. Norman Chandler [Dorothy Chandler], Philip Chandler, L.D. Hotchkiss, Omar F. Johnson, Hugh A. Lewis, R. F. Mark, Edward J. Reap, Marvin Reimer, Fred Selzer, and Nick Williams. One of the memos has to do with Sam Yorty and includes a copy of a letter that Yorty sent to Norman Chandler.
Folder  19

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - A 1973

Eleven sympathy letters sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  20

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - B 1973

Thirty-eight sympathy letters, cards and telegrams sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  21

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - C 1973

Thirty-two sympathy letters and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  22

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - D 1973

Twenty sympathy letters, telegrams and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  23

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - E 1973

Nineteen sympathy letters and telegrams sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler. Also included is a Certificate in Tribute from the City of Los Angeles.
Folder  24

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - G 1973

Fifteen sympathy letters and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  25

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - H 1973 - 1974

Twenty-eight sympathy letters, telegrams and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  26

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - J 1973

Nine sympathy letters sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  27

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - K 1973

Fifteen sympathy letters and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  28

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - L 1973

Nineteen sympathy letters, telegrams and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  29

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - M 1973

Thirty-three sympathy letters and telegrams sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler. Also a card from a "Mary Jo." It was put in here because there was no last name included in the signature.
Folder  30

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - N 1973 - 1974

Eleven sympathy letters and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  31

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - P 1973

Eighteen sympathy letters, telegrams and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  32

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - R 1973

One sympathy letter and a certificate holder which includes a Memorial Resolution by Senator Alan Robbins of the California State Senate in memory of Norman Chandler.
Folder  33

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - S 1973

Twenty-six sympathy letters, telegrams and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  34

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - T 1973

Seventeen sympathy letters, telegrams and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  35

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - V 1973

Four sympathy letter sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  36

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - W 1973

Twenty-one sympathy letters and cards sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Box  222

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - Y 1973

Four sympathy letters sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  2

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters - Z 1973

Two sympathy letters sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  3

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Incoming Sympathy Letters with Responses 1973 - 1974

Letters and the responses to letters sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  4

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Notes 1973

Six index cards with address and notes written on them, stating "Mrs. NC did." Letters and the responses to letters sent to Otis Chandler upon the death of his father, Norman Chandler.
Folder  5

Chandler, Norman (Death of) - Outgoing Sympathy Letters 1973

A copy of the cards that were sent out by the Chandler Family in response to the sympathy letters received regarding Norman Chandler's death.
Folder  6

Chandler, Norman Brant 1967

A two page letter from Otis Chandler to his son Norman Brant Chandler, who was a the time attending school in Carpinteria at Cate School.
Folder  7

Chandler, Robert H. 1980

Two letters of correspondence, two memos and three pages of photocopies from a Chandler genealogy book., regarding a letter sent by Robert H. Chandler in which he is suggesting he is related to the Chandlers and asks for assistance in his time of need.
Folder  8

Chaney, Jerry D. 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jerry D. Chaney, Program Developer at the University of Wisconsin's Department of Journalism.
Folder  9

Christopher, George 1965

A letter to Otis Chandler from George Christopher, Chairman of the Board of Commonwealth National Bank of San Francisco.
Folder  10

Chrysler Corporation 1980

A letter to Otis Chandler from J. Paul Bergmoser. Also in this folder are four newspaper clippings from various newspapers regarding business and economic coverage.
Folder  11

Civil Rights 1970

A photocopy of a letter to Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a seven page transcript of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Sigma Delta Chi Annual Convention on Thursday, November 16, 1967 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The speech is entitled "The Greater Responsibility."
Folder  12

Clark, Bill 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bill Clark regarding Jeff Prugh's coverage of the Rommie Loudd story. Also in this folder is a two page newspaper clipping.
Folder  13

Clark, Peter B. 1978-1979

Three letters of correspondence between Peter B. Clark, President at The Evening News Association, and Otis Chandler. Other items in this folder include a memo to Bert Tiffany from Harry L. Clarke regarding A.B.C. [Audit Bureau of Circulations] Rule Revision, which also includes a photocopy of the rules; and a memo from Vance Stickell.
Folder  14

Clark, Tom C. 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from Tom C. Clark, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Folder  15

Clemens, Cyril 1973 - 1974

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Cyril Clemens, Editor of the Mark Twain Journal, regarding being on Richard Nixon's Enemy list.
Folder  16

CNN 1981

A one page interoffice correspondence from Elke Corley to Otis Chandler regarding the Otis Chandler Interview CNN "Take Two" Show.
Folder  17

Coates, Paul 1966 - 1967

Five letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Paul Coates.
Folder  18

Coates, William K. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and William K. Coates. Also in this folder is a photocopy of an article that Coates attached to his letter.
Folder  19

Colby College 1980

Two items of correspondence between Richard N. Dyer, Assistant to the President of Colby College, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  20

Congratulatory Letters 1980

Congratulatory letters sent to Otis Chandler upon leaving his position as Publisher to become Chairman of the Board position.
Folder  21

Consolidation Reports 1958-1962

Correspondence and reports regarding the consolidation of the Los Angeles Times and Mirror-News.
Folder  22

Cording-Humphries Films, Inc. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Joe Rotta, Marketing Director at Cording-Humphries Films, Inc.
Folder  23

Coro Foundation Visit 1978-1979

Six memos sent out by Freddie Miller regarding the Coro Foundation visit on April 17, 1978. The memos were sent to the following people: Bob Lobdell, Tom Johnson, Charlie Chase, Vance Stickell, George Cotliar, Bill Thomas, Jean Sharley Taylor, Robert F. Erburu and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a schedule for the Coro Foundation visit that was held on Wednesday, March 14, 1979
Folder  24

Cousins, Norman 1967

A letter to Otis Chandler from Norman Cousins, Editor of the Saturday Review.
Folder  25

Crail, Joe 1962

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Joe Crail, President of Coast Federal Savings and Loan Association, regarding the possibility of purchasing his house and apologizes for his real estate agent, Chick Black for being pushy.
Folder  26

Cranston, Alan 1966-1967

Eight letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Alan Cranston, Controller of the State of California and President of Homes for a Better America, Inc. One of the letters has a five page photocopy of an article attached to it.
Folder  27

Crocker, Sir William Charles 1972

Two letters sent to Otis Chandler from Sir William "Bill" Charles Crocker.
Folder  28

Cronkite Award 1986

Letters of congratulation and responses regarding Otis Chandler's winning of the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism and Telecommunications.
Folder  29

Crowe, Constance Chandler 1962

A letter from Otis Chandler to his Aunt, Mrs. Earle E. Crowe [Constance Chandler Crowe,] wishing her a speedy recovery and hoping that problems that confront her generation of the Chandler family can be ameliorated in the near future.
Folder  30

Daniels Jr., Frank 1978

A thank you letter from Otis Chandler to Frank Daniels, Jr., President and Publisher of The News and Observer Publishing Company.
Folder  31

Dart, Justin 1977

A congratulatory letter to Otis Chandler from Justin Dart, Chairman of Dart Industries Inc.
Folder  32

Davis, Edward M. 1970-1975

Four pieces of correspondence to Otis Chandler from the Los Angeles City Chief of Police, Edward M. Davis. One is a photocopy. The other two have attachments. One has a note attached to it. The other has a copy of a report to the Police Commission, dated March 8, 1971 and a copy of the Commission's letter to the City Council.
Folder  33

Davis, Glenn W. 1961

A letter from Otis Chandler to Glenn W. Davis, Director of Special Events.
Folder  34

Dean, Patrick 1967

A letter to Otis Chandler from Sir Patrick Dean, Ambassador, British Embassy, Washington, D.C.
Folder  35

Desravines, Max 1978 - 1979

A items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Max Desravines in the Facilities department. Items include a photograph Christmas card and a letter from Chandler thanking Desravines for the card.
Folder  36

DeWitt Carter Reddick Award 1982

Letters and responses regarding Otis Chandler's acceptance of the DeWitt Carter Reddick Award at the University of Texas, Austin. Included are memos from Otis Chandler to Board members regarding his speech and received responses.
Folder  37

Diehl, Digby 1977

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to Digby Diehl, Book Editor, regarding his ABA's Irita Van Doren Award.
Folder  38

Dolan, Tony 1980

Two pieces of correspondence regarding Tony Dolan. Items include a letter from Otis Chandler and a memo from Phillip L. Williams to Otis Chandler, Robert F. Erburu, and Dr. Franklin D. Murphy.
Folder  39

Donovan, Robert J.

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert J. Donovan, Chief of Bureau, Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau.
Folder  40

Doris Day Pet Foundation 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Barry D. Comden, Vice President of the Doris Day Pet Foundation. Comden is Doris Day's husband. Also in this folder is a note to Jean Sharley Taylor from Freddie Miller.
Folder  41

Dorn, Warren M. 1972

Two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Warren M. Dorn.
Folder  42

Dougherty, Richard 1978

A congratulatory letter sent from Otis Chandler to Richard Dougherty, Pressroom Superintendent at the Orange County Facility. Also in this folder is a the Los Angeles Times Management Bulletin announcing the promotion.
Folder  43

Drake, Waldo 1978

A letter from Otis Chandler to Mrs. Waldo Drake [Mary Ann Drake] regarding the death of her husband William Waldo Drake. Also in this folder is a "Notification of Death" form informing Chandler of Drake's death.
Folder  44

Duke, Angier Biddle 1964

A letter to Norman Chandler from Angier Biddle Duke, The Chief of Protocol, Department of State, Washington. It has Otis Chandler's initial on top.
Folder  45

Durant, Will 1968

Two letters of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Will Durant. Miller identifies herself to Durant as Otis Chandler's secretary and Mrs. Durant's hostess at the Women of the Year Ceremony.
Folder  46

Durham Jr., John W. 1978

A letter from Otis Chandler to John W. Durham, Jr. regarding Durham's resume.
Folder  47

Edelstein, Alex S. 1974

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Alex S. Edelstein, Director of the School of Communications at the University of Washington, regarding the nomination of Ed Guthman. Also in this folder is a one page criteria for Summa Laude Dignatus Award, that came as an attachment to one of Edelstein's letters.
Folder  48

Editorial Comments 1973 - 1978

Seven pieces of correspondence regarding editorial comments. Correspondents include Governor Ronald Reagan, Mayor Tom Bradley, Harrison Chandler, George Gutekunst, The Honorable Richard Helms, and Victor M. Carter.
Folder  49

Education Services 1960

A two page memo between Otis Chandler and Nick Williams regarding Education Services
Folder  50

Eisenhower, Dwight 1960

A letter from Dwight Eisenhower to Otis Chandler regarding thanking him for his vigorous help on the mutual security program.
Folder  51

Elegant, Robert S. 1967

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert S. Elegant, Chief of Bureau, Los Angeles Times Hong Kong Bureau.
Folder  52

Elliott, Osborn 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Osborn Elliott and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a memo to Dow W. Carpenter and an copy of a speech by Osborn Elliott.
Folder  53

Ellison, Nancy 1983

Letters to and from Otis Chandler and Nancy Ellison regarding Ellison's photography of Chandler as an "aging athlete."
Folder  54

Engstead, John 1976

A letter from Freddie Miller to John Engstead in response to a letter that Engstead wrote to Otis Chandler regarding Paul Conrad. A copy of the comic that Engstead refers to in his letter is in this folder, along with a note to Chandler from Freddie Miller, regarding her response letter to Engstead.
Folder  55

Espy, Freddy 1967

Two letters of correspondence. One is address to Otis Chandler from Freddy Espy. The other letter is to Espy from Freddie Miller.
Folder  56

Executive Incentive Dinner 1975

Correspondence and other items regarding the Executive Incentive meeting held on March 6, 1975
Folder  57

Ferguson, Richard L. 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Richard L. Ferguson.
Folder  58

Field, Marshall 1977

A letter to Otis Chandler from Marshall Field, Publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Daily News. Also in this folder is a response letter to Field's letter from Freddie Miller.
Folder  59

Financial Section 1960

Two pieces of correspondence which consist of an office memo and a handwritten note. Also included is a twenty eight page report entitled "The World of Finance as Many Newspapers See It."
Folder  60

Flanders, James C. 1962

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and James C. Flanders, Executive Director of Woodcraft Rangers, regarding a multipurpose exercise machine.
Folder  61

Ford, Gerald R. 1977 - 1979

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Gerald R. Ford.
Folder  62

Ford, John Anson 1955 - 1980

Eight pieces of correspondence between John Anson Ford and Otis Chandler.
Folder  63

Ford, M.C. 1980

Three pieces of correspondence between Donna Swayze and M.C. Ford. The original letter was address to Chandler, but Swayze answered on his behalf. Also M.C. Ford refers to himself as the "Henry Ford of the China Coast."
Folder  64

Forero, Benjamin 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Benjamin Forero regarding the development of a Spanish supplement.
Folder  65

Foster, Robert N. 1978

A letter from Otis Chandler to Robert N. Foster, regarding a letter that Thomas M. Self had written to Chandler. A copy of that letter is included in this folder.
Folder  66

Friendly, Fred W. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Fred W. Friendly, Advisor on Communications at The Ford Foundation, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  67

Frost, F. Daniel 1978

A letter to Otis Chandler from F. Daniel Frost regarding a Paul Conrad cartoon. Attached to the letter is a note to Lois [Markwith] from Freddie Miller.
Folder  68

Gabaldon, Guy 1961

A draft letter written by Freddie Miller from Norman Chandler, to Guy Gabaldon, President of DAC [Drive Against Communism.]
Folder  69

Gabriel, Calvin 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Calvin Gabriel, regarding the appreciation for Jack Smith's column by both Mr. Gabriel, and his wife, Ruth Gabriel.
Folder  70

Gallagher Report, Inc. 1978

A letter to Otis Chandler from Cynthia A. Billings, Editor and President of The Gallagher Report Inc., requesting Chandler to write a brief note to Bernard P. Gallagher regarding the impact of the Gallagher Report on the industry. Also in this folder is a note from Freddie Miller advising against doing so, with a hand written message from Chandler stating he'll pass and to make sure everyone else passes too.
Folder  71

Gallup Poll 1976

Two pieces of correspondence between George Gallup and Otis Chandler, which includes a copy of confidential report entitled "National Survey of Newspaper Readers, dated July 1976.
Folder  72

Garcia, Robert 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Congressman Robert Garcia, Member of the House of Representatives.
Folder  73

Garland II, William 1969

A sympathy letter from Otis Chandler to William Garland regarding the death of her mother, Helen Garland.
Folder  74

Garrahan, Mary 1967

Six items. Four letters of correspondence regarding Otis Chandler being featured in Action Time "Man of Action" series . One letter is address to Otis Chandler and the other three letters are correspondence between Freddie Miller and Mary Garrahan, of Robert Snyder and Associates, Inc. The other two items in this folder are a copy of Action Time magazine and a six page article about Otis Chandler written for Action Time.
Folder  75

Gavin, John 1979

Two pieces of correspondence between John Gavin and Otis Chandler, regarding a settlement won against Joyce Haber column.
Folder  76

Generaux, Glenn J. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Glenn J. Generaux.
Folder  77

Gerber, Mitch 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mitch Gerber, Assistant Editor for the Courier Express, regarding Erma Maldonado, a Times Building tour guide.
Folder  78

Ghorbal, Ashraf A. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Honorable Ashraf A. Ghorbal, Ambassador to the United States.
Folder  79

Giggans, Jim/KNBC News 1984

Letter from Jim Giggans and photocopy of Otis Chandler's response. Correspondence regards Otis Chandler's interview for the news series "Powerbrokers."
Folder  80

Gilbert, Ed 1978

A thank you letter from Otis Chandler to Ed Gilbert in the Public Relations Department.
Folder  81

Gillespie Newspapers 1977 - 1978

Six letters of correspondence regarding the acquisition of the Gillespie Newspapers: The Stamford Advocate and the Greenwich Times. Also in this folder is a letter from Frederica [Freddie] Miller to Rebecca Leet, Press Secretary in the Office for Senator Lowell P. Weicker Jr.
Folder  82

Gilman, Richard 1978

A sympathy letter from Otis Chandler to Dr. Richard Gilman.
Folder  83

Gilmer Jr., Harvey V.E. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Harvey V.E. Gilmer, Jr., President of Premium Plastics, Inc. Also in this folder are two attachments sent by Gilmer; a photocopy of the editorial he refers to, and a two page letter Gilmer sent to Tony Day.
Folder  84

Glick, Shav 1978

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to Shav Glick in the Sports department.
Folder  85

Goldwasser Jr., Milton 1978

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to Milton Goldwasser, Jr., in the Management Services department.
Box  223

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Goldwater, Barry 1965 - 1974

Three items. A letter to Otis Chandler from Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater. A letter to Goldwater from Freddie Miller, with an attached also written by Miller, but address to M. Stanton, Evans, Editor of the Indianapolis News.
Folder  2

Goldwyn, Samuel 1965

A letter to Otis Chandler from Samuel Goldwyn.
Folder  3

Good, Frank E. 1974

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Frank E. Good, Vice President of Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company, regarding the word "linage." Also in this folder is a copy of the communication received by Good, from the Times in which the word "linage" was used.
Folder  4

Goodan, May 1980

A letter to Mrs. Roger Goodan [May Goodan] regarding her resignation from the board.
Folder  5

Gordon, Dudley 1972

A note card sent to Otis Chandler from Dudley Gordon regarding Gordon's book "Charles F. Lummis" Crusader in Corduroy." Attached to the note card is a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler.
Folder  6

Gordon, Mitchell 1974

A letter to Otis Chandler from Mitchell Gordon, of Barron's.
Folder  7

Gordon, W. Stan 1980

Two letter of correspondence, regarding ideas for the Los Angeles Times centennial, between W. Stan Gordon and Otis Chandler. Also in this is a letter from Gordon to Lois Markwith and a note from Markwith to Otis Chandler, Tom Johnson, Bill Thomas and Gordon Phillips.
Folder  8

Gossett, William T. 1968

Letter from Gossett, President of the American Bar Association, to Otis Chandler and Chandler's response. Correspondence regards a luncheon at the Norman Chandler Pavilion
Folder  9

Gottlieb, Robert 1974-1978

Letters of correspondence and photocopies of articles regarding Robert Gottlieb's "Thinking Big" book written about the Los Angeles Times and about a UCLA seminar he held, entitled "Greet the Press/."
Folder  10

Graham, Katharine M. 1967-1971

Four pieces of correspondence between Katharine M. Graham and Otis Chandler.
Folder  11

Greenfield, James 1964

A letter of correspondence between Freddie Miller and James Greenfield, Assistant Secretary of State, regarding the Secretary of State, Dean Rusk's visit. Attached to the letter is a note to Freddie Miller.
Folder  12

Gregory, John A. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and John A. Gregory, regarding an article about air traffic control. Also in this folder is a the clipping of the article that Gregory mentions in his letter.
Folder  13

Griffin, Kenneth G. 1980

Two pieces of correspondence between Kenneth G. Griffin and Otis Chandler, regarding the correct way to address the Latino community.
Folder  14

Grimm, Clarissa 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Clarissa Grimm, regarding Grimm wanting to borrow money from Otis Chandler.
Folder  15

Grunwald, Henry Anatole 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Henry Anatole Grunwald, Corporate Editor at Time Inc., and Otis Chandler. The letter sent to Grunwald is marked "confidential." Also, there is a Times Mirror routing slip attached to the letters.
Folder  16

Gunther, Curt 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Curt Gunther, regarding photographs Gunther took for Time Magazine.
Folder  17

Guthman, Ed 1967

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ed Guthman.
Folder  18

Gutierrez, Felix 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Felix Gutierrez, Executive Director and Associate Professor of Journalism at USC, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  19

Guzy, Bob 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bob Guzy in the Classified Office Services department.
Folder  20

H. M. Gousha Company 1978

A thank you letter from Otis Chandler to Richard C. Thomson, President of The H.M. Gousha Company, regarding the atlas Thomson sent him.
Folder  21

Haack, Robert W. 1968

Letter from Robert W. Haack, President of the New York Stock Exchange, thanking Otis Chandler for arranging a meeting.
Folder  22

Haas, Susie 1962

A draft letter, by Freddie Miller to Susie Haas, given to Otis Chandler for approval. There is a handwritten note to Miller from Chandler on the top right side of the letter.
Folder  23

Haber, Joyce 1971-1975

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Joyce Haber. Memos and clippings regarding Joyce Haber.
Folder  24

Haddad, Edmonde A. 1978-1980

Four letters of correspondence between Edmonde a. Haddad, Executive Director of Los Angeles World Affairs Council, and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder are two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Glenn S. Dumke, Chancellor at California State University and Colleges; and a two page biographical information sheet of Edmonde A. Haddad.
Folder  25

Hadelman, H.R. 1971

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and H.R. Hadelman [Harris Robbins Hadelman, but publicly known as H. R. Hadelman, and informally as Bob Hadelman,) White House Chief of Staff.
Folder  26

Hahn, Kenneth 1974

Two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Kenneth Hahn.
Folder  27

Halberstam, David 1976-1979

Five pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler, Freddie Miller and David Halberstam regarding Halberstam's book "The Powers That Be."
Folder  28

Hale, Chester L. 1965-1968

Three letters to Freddie Miller from Chester L. and Cora J. Hale. Chester Hale signs the letters "Smoke." One of the letters has a couple of memos and two photographs attached to it.
Folder  29

Hancock Award 1978

Five congratulatory letters address to Murray Seeger, Alex Auerback, Harry Nelson, S.J. Diamond and Ronald L. Soble, for being members of the team that won the Hancock Award.
Folder  30

Hand, Lloyd N. 1965

Three items. Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Honorable Lloyd N. Hand, the Chief of Protocol in the Department of State, Washing. The third item is a response letter to Chandler from Hand's secretary Constance Dunaway.
Folder  31

Hart, Jack R. 1975-1978

Correspondence from, to and regarding Jack Hart, which at the time he was a journalism professor at California and his Ph.D. candidacy In mass communication at the University of Wisconsin. Also correspondence pertaining to his consideration for promotion from assistant professor to associate professor.
Folder  32

Hatfield, Mark O. 1966-1967

Five items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mark O. Hatfield, United States Senator. The items include a telegram and four letters.
Folder  33

Hays Jr., Howard H. (Tim) 1979

Two items of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Otis Chandler. Otis Chandler wrote a note to Freddie Miller on a letter from Howard H. (Tim) Hays Jr., Editor and Co-Publisher at Press-Enterprise Company. The letter was addressed to Norman [B.] Chandler regarding the nomination of Otis Chandler as California Press Association Publisher of the Year. Freddie Miller responds to Otis Chandler in a note. Also in this folder is a letter from Norman B. Chandler responding to Howard H. [Tim] Hays, Jr.; and a letter from Tom Johnson to Howard H. [Tim] Hays, Jr., in which Johnson places nominates Otis Chandler for the California Press Association's Publisher of the Year.
Folder  34

Heacock, Roy C. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Roy C. Heacock, regarding business reporting.
Folder  35

Hearst, Randolph A. 1979

A letter from Randolph A. Hearst to Otis Chandler, thanking Chandler for the editorial support of Patricia Hearst's petition to President Carter for commutation of her sentence.
Folder  36

Hearst Jr., William Randolph 1978

Two letters of correspondence between W.R. Hearst Jr. [William Randolph Hearst, Jr.], Editor-In-Chief at Hearst Newspapers, and Otis Chandler, regarding the two-part series the Los Angeles Times did on the Herald-Examiner.
Folder  37

Heston, Charlton 1978-1980

A typed copy of a letter to a Mr. Mann from Charlton Heston. The letter is regarding a note that Charlton Heston had written to Otis Chandler in which he questions the syntax in one of the stories.
Folder  38

Hewing, Warren S. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Warren S. Hewing, regarding Clayton Moore.
Folder  39

Heyns, Roger W. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Dr. Roger W. Heyns, President of The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a Newsweek clipping which was an attachment to the letter Heyns sent.
Folder  40

Hill, Gladwin 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Gladwin Hill, of The New York Times Los Angeles Bureau, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  41

Hill, Jessie T. 1962

A letter from Otis Chandler to Jessie T. Hill, Director of Athletics at USC regarding the Times-Mirror allotment of Rose Bowl tickets. There is a note from Freddie Miller to Chandler attached to the letter.
Folder  42

Hirooka, Tomoo 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Tomoo Hirooka, President of The Asahi Shimbun. Also in this folder is a note from Charles C. Chase to Freddie Miller.
Folder  43

Hispanic Urban Center 1978

Three letters of correspondence. One letter to Otis Chandler and two letters to Anthony Day, from Dr. Joe C. Ortega, Acting Director at the Hispanic Urban Center. Ortega attaches to one of his letters a four page proposed reply and includes a copy of the Los Angeles Times article he is replying to. Also in this folder is a reply letter to Ortega from Freddie Miller; a note to Otis Chandler from Freddie Miller; and a note to Tony Day from Otis Chandler.
Folder  44

Hoffa, James R. 1974

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and James R. Hoffa [Jimmy Hoffa], Director of the National Association for Justice, Inc., regarding the usage of the phrases "ex-con" "ex-felon," etc.
Folder  45

Holzhauser, Bill 1974

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bill Holzhauser of WHO (William Holzhauser Wanda Holzhauser Organization.)
Folder  46

Hong, Jin-Ki 1979-1980

Seven letters of correspondence between Jin-Ki Hong, Publisher-President of The Joong-ang Daily News & Tong-yang Broadcasting Corp., and Otis Chandler. Also included in this folder is a draft of the congratulatory message to Joong-Ang; a memo from Gordon Phillips regarding the congratulatory message for foreign newspapers; and a note from Gordon Phillips.
Folder  47

Hornbeck, Jan 1978-1979

Two items of correspondence between Jan Hornbeck and Otis Chandler. Items include a Christmas card and Chandler's thank you letter.
Folder  48

Hotchkis, Preston B. 1969

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Preston B. Hotchkis, President of Bixby Ranch Company.
Folder  49

Howes III, Durward 1981

Two letters for correspondence between Durward Howes, III, President of B.D. Howes and Son Jewelers, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  50

Hull, Kenneth E. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Kenneth E. Hull, of the Dispatch Department, regarding Hull's 30 year award.
Folder  51

Humphrey, Hubert H. 1965-1967

Ten letters to Otis Chandler from Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. One is regarding President Lyndon Johnson's request for Chandler to serve on the Federal Law Enforcement Commission.
Folder  52

Hutchison, Glen R. 1975

Ditto of letter from Otis Chandler to Hutchison and response from Hutchison to Otis Chandler. Correspondence in regards to Hutchinson's being ill.
Folder  53

Inter American Press Association 1971

A form letter from the Inter American Press Association to IAPA members, with an attached memo from Freddie Miller to Nick Williams. Also included is Nick William's response to Freddie Miller. The response has Freddie Miller's name crossed out and "OC" written in red ink.
Folder  54

Investigative Reporters & Editors 1980

Six items of correspondence, and a attachment, regarding the IRA [Investigative Reporters & Editors]. Items in this folder include a memo from Otis Chandler to Robert W. Greene; a note from Phillip L. Williams to Otis Chandler; a note from Otis Chandler to Phillip L. Williams, two letters from Robert W. Greene, Assistant Managing Editor at Newsday, to Otis Chandler; and an informative brochure about the Investigative Reporters & Editors.
Folder  55

Irwin, Don 1975

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Don Irwin from the Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau.
Folder  56

Israel, Larry H. 1975-1980

Four letters of correspondence between Larry H. Israel, President at The Washington Post Company, and Otis Chandler. One of the letters sent from Israel is about Red Dembner and it is marked confidential.
Folder  57

Jackson, Henry M. 1975

A thank you letter from Henry M. Jackson to Otis Chandler regarding a luncheon.
Folder  58

Jackson, Michael 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Michael Jackson, of KABC, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  59

Jackson, Michael - TV Interview 1986

Memos and notes regarding Otis Chandler's interview by Michael Jackson of KABC-TV.
Folder  60

Janofsky, Leonard S. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Leonard S. Janofsky of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  61

Javits, Jacob K. 1969 -1974

Three letters and a telegram to Otis Chandler from Jacob K. Javits. One of the letters has attached a copy of Javits' 1973 Annual Report.
Folder  62

Javits, Marion 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Marion Javits [Mrs. Jacob Javits] and Otis Chandler.
Folder  63

Jaworski, Leon 1974

A letter from Leon Jaworski of the Watergate Special Prosecution Force, to Otis Chandler. The letter is regarding an editorial published in the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  64

Jewett, Emelyn K. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Emelyn K. Jewett, President of The Tribune Publishing Company, and Otis Chandler, regarding David Johnston's story about Jewett. Also in this folder are two memos; one from Bill Thomas and the other from Dennis A. Britton.
Folder  65

Joanou, Phillip 1976

Three letters of correspondence between Phillip Joanou of Dailey & Associates and Western States Advertising Agencies Association [WSAAA} Awards Chairman, and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a memo from Freddie Miller suggesting Vance Stickell to be nominated.
Folder  66

John Birch Society

A two page item regarding the series of articles that were published in the Los Angeles Times about the John Birch Society.
Folder  67

Johnson, Lyndon B. 1967

Three items of correspondence regarding Lyndon B. Johnson. Items include a letter to Otis Chandler, an invitation, and a RSVP card.
Folder  68

Johnson Jr., W. Thomas 1972

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and W. Thomas Johnson, Jr. [Tom Johnson], Executive Vice President of KTBC-TV in Austin, Texas.
Folder  69

Johnson, Marvin A. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Marvin A. Johnson regarding a filed grievance.
Folder  70

Journalism School Possibilities 1966-1967

Memorandum regarding Journalism School possibilities. Included are proposals from Stanford University, USC and Claremont Colleges. Also a letter from J. Edward Murray in which he includes an article and a copy of a speech he gave regarding the improvement in the education of newspapermen.
Folder  71

Juell, Bruce 1980

Three letters of correspondence between Bruce Juell, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of GSC/Six Flags Corporation, and Otis Chandler. Other items in this folder include a letter to Juell from Robert F. Erburu; a letter to Gerald D. Reilly from Robert F. Erburu; and a press statement announcing Juell's resignation.
Folder  72

KABC-TV 1979 - 1980

Three letters of correspondence between John Babcock, Executive Producer of Special Projects at KABC-TV, and Otis Chandler, regarding the series on the Times entitled Life and Times of Citizen Chandler.
Folder  73

Kapenstein, Ira 1966

Two items of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Ira Kapenstein, Special Assistant to the Postmaster General.
Folder  74

Katzenbach, Nicholas 1965-1967

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Honorable Nicholas Katzenbach, the Attorney General of the United States. One of the letters has a copy of the letter attached to it along with a photocopy of a newspaper article.
Folder  75

Kaufman, Irving 1968

Letter from Irving Kaufman, Judge in the Second Circuit of the U. S. Court of Appeals regarding a luncheon.
Folder  76

Kaufman, Verna 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Verna Kaufman, regarding the effects of Proposition 13. Also in this folder are two notes of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Jean Sharley Taylor.
Folder  77

Kavulich, Andrew P. 1978

A letter from Otis Chandler to Andrew P. Kavulich, regarding the letter and resume that Kavulich sent in.
Folder  78

Kellogg, Irving 1978 - 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Irving Kellogg, a CPA at Kellogg and Andelson.
Folder  79

Kennedy, Edward M. 1974

A thank you letter from Senator Edward M. Kennedy to Otis Chandler.
Folder  80

Kennedy, Ethel 1966

Two items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ethel Kennedy (Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy. The letter from Chandler is a sympathy letter to Ethel Kennedy upon the death of her brother George Skakel, Jr. The other is a note card from the Kennedys thanking him for his letter and attached is a memorial card.
Folder  81

Kennedy, John F. 1961

Copies of two letters of correspondence between John F. Kennedy and Otis Chandler in regards of hopefully including the Los Angeles Times as one of the many newspapers that the President reads on a daily basis.
Folder  82

Kennedy, Robert F. 1966-1967

Nine items: Seven letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert F. Kennedy, an invitation, and a regret letter from Freddie Miller to the Kennedys.
Folder  83

Kerner, Otto 1968

Letter from Otto Kerner, Judge of the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, regarding a presentation by Victor Palmieri.
Folder  84

Kinney, Susan 1962

Letter from Susan Kinney, a 13 year-old girl interested in journalism schools, and response from Otis Chandler.
Folder  85

Kirk, Jr., Claude R. 1968

Letter from Claude R. Kirk, Jr., Governor of Florida, and response by Otis Chandler. Correspondence is in regards to an article sent to Kirk by Chandler and Kirk's visit to California.
Folder  86

Kissinger, Henry A. 1974

Four pieces of correspondence between Henry Kissinger and Otis Chandler.
Folder  87

Klein, Herbert G. 1967 -1970

Four items. Photocopies of three letters of correspondence, consisting of five pages, between Herbert G. Klein [White House Communications Director], Frederica [Freddie} Miller (on behalf of Otis Chandler,) and Otis Chandler, regarding a front page story by Stu Loory about Henry Kissinger. Also a letter regarding Klein's ASNE candidacy.
Folder  88

Kloer, Jay 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jay Kloer, regarding Richard Ney.
Folder  89

Kollek, Teddy 1980

A letter from Teddy Kollek, Mayor of Jerusalem, to Otis Chandler.
Folder  90

Kozek, R. Morris 1978 - 1979

Four letters of correspondence between R. Morris Kozek and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a memo from Paul Mahoney.
Folder  91

Kraft, Joseph 1967

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Joseph Kraft.
Folder  92

Kucera, Philip E. 1979

A memo sent from Otis Chandler to Philip E. Kucera regarding his promotion. Also in this folder is a the Times Mirror Management Bulletin announcing the promotion.
Folder  93

Kuchel, Thomas H. 1966-1968

Two items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Honorable Thomas H. Kuchel.
Folder  94

Ky, Nguyen Cao 1966 - 1967

Six items of correspondence regarding Nguyen Cao Ky, the Prime Minister of South Vietnam. A telegram from Ky's office; article from Reuters; a note from Bob Gibson to Otis Chandler; a newspaper clipping; a note to Otis Chandler from Freddie Miller; and a copy of a cable sent to William Tuohy from Freddie Miller.
Box  224

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Laguna Beach Museum 1978

A thank you to Otis Chandler from the Laguna Beach Museum in regards to the Times Mirror Foundation grant.
Folder  2

Larroca, Raymond G. 1980

Six letters of correspondence between Raymond G. Larroca, of Miller, Cassidy, Larroca & Lewin, and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a copy of a memo to Tom Johnson from Otis Chandler; and a four page document entitled "Attachment A To Letter of May 16, 1980." One letter from Larroca and the attachment are marked confidential.
Folder  3

Leary, Howard J. 1968

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and Howard Leary, New York City Police Commissioner, regarding a luncheon with the editorial staff. Also, notes from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler.
Folder  4

Lee, Jerome 1979

A congratulatory letter sent from Otis Chandler to Jerome Lee in the Information Systems department.
Folder  5

Lerner, Max 1969

A letter to Otis Chandler from Max Lerner of the New York Post.
Folder  6

Lerude, Warren L. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Warren L. Lerude, Executive Editor and Vice President of Reno Newspapers, Inc., regarding a copy of a booklet on their Pulitzer Prize work which Ron Einstoss had asked Lerude to forward to Chandler. Also in this folder is a thank you letter from Chandler to Ronald H. Einstoss, Publisher of the Nevada State Journal.
Folder  7

Lewis, Flora 1971

Four pieces of correspondence regarding Flora Lewis' column.
Folder  8

Lichtig, Katie 1981-1988

Correspondence from and about Katie Lichtig [Chandler's Attorney's daughter], in regards to a paper she wrote about Otis Chandler. Correspondence also includes memos and letters from Donna Swayze, a letter to Gerald E. Lichtig [Chandler's Attorney], a copy of the questions asked and a copy of the paper.
Folder  9

Lindsay, John V. 1969

A letter to Otis Chandler from John V. Lindsay, New York City Mayor.
Folder  10

Linkletter, Art 1969

A letter from Otis Chandler to Mr. and Mrs. Art Linkletter [Lois Foerster] regarding the death of their daughter, Diane Linkletter.
Folder  11

Lippmann, Walter 1966

Four items of correspondence. Two are letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Walter Lippmann. One is a memo to Donna Swayze from Freddie Miller. The last items is a letter to Otis Chandler from Katharine Graham, President at The Washington Post Company.
Folder  12

Loeb Award 1978

Two congratulatory letters address to Robert Rosenblatt and Sam Jameson, for being members of the team that won the Loeb Award.
Folder  13

Logan, Bill 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bill Logan, Professor in the Department of Communications at Pasadena City College.
Folder  14

Los Angeles Conference on The Media and The Law 1978-1979

Items pertaining to the Los Angeles Conference on The Media and The Law, held on Saturday, September 23, 1978. Items include photocopies of checks and statements; event brochure; a postcard; a newsletters; conference handouts; letterhead; RSVP card; press releases; and letters.
Folder  15

Los Angeles Times History 1973 - 1975

Correspondence pertaining to the writing of the history of the Los Angeles Times.
Folder  16

Los Angeles World Affairs Council 1974 - 1976

Five letters of correspondence to Freddie Miller from Edmonde A. Haddad, Executive Director of the Los Angles World Affairs Council. Also in this folder is a memo to Tony Day from Freddie Miller.
Folder  17

Lucas, Johnny 1978

A letter sent from Otis Chandler to to Johnny Lucas regarding his cartoons.
Folder  18

Lynch, Thomas 1964

A letter Otis Chandler to the Honorable Thomas Lynch, Attorney General of California.
Folder  19

Lyon, Hart 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Hart Lyon, Chairman of The Broadway, regarding Senate Bill 443. Also in this folder is a note to Tony Day from Freddie Miller.
Folder  20

MacDonald, James C. 1973-1974

A letter sent to Otis Chandler from James C. MacDonald, Associated Professor in the School of Journalism at Ohio State University. Also in this folder is a response letter to MacDonald's letter from Freddie Miller.
Folder  21

MacDonald, Lachlan 1977

A letter from Otis Chandler to Lachlan MacDonald, Director of Public Affairs at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. Also in this folder are four notes of correspondence between Freddie Miller, Charles Champlin, Bob Rector, and Jean Sharley Taylor.
Folder  22

Magnin, Edgar F. 1978 - 1980

Three letters of correspondence between Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, D.D., and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is a one page biographical information about the Rabbi and nine letters which pertain to the dinner honoring the Rabbi and letters of tribute from people such as Carol Burnett and Mayor Tom Bradley.
Folder  23

Magnuson, Warren G. 1966 - 1967

Two letters to Otis Chandler from Warren G. Magnuson, United States Senator.
Folder  24

Mann, Donald M. 1976

A letter from Otis Chandler to Donald N. Mann regarding the ABA report on fair trial-free press.
Folder  25

Manning, Robert 1979

Four letters of correspondence between Rabbi Edgar F. Magnin, Editor in Chief of The Atlantic Monthly, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  26

Marks, Leonard H. 1967

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Leonard H. Marks, Director of the United States Information Agency.
Folder  27

Markwith, Lois 1979

A two page memo to Otis Chandler from Lois Markwith, regarding the speech Norman Chandler made at the Biltmore luncheon, when Otis Chandler was announced as Publisher.
Folder  28

Marshall, Arthur K. 1978

A thank you letter sent from Otis Chandler to the Honorable Arthur K. Marshall, Judge of the Superior Court.
Folder  29

Martin, Ben G. 1961

A draft letter written by Freddie Miller on behalf of Otis Chandler, for Mr. and Mrs. Ben G. Martin.
Folder  30

Martineson, W. C. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Dr. W.C. Martineson, President-Superintendent Elect at Merced College.
Folder  31

Mason, Ethel 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ethel Mason. Also in this folder is a photocopy of Mason's pay check stub that she attached to her letter.
Folder  32

Matthew Bender & Company Inc. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Larry Peterson, President at Matthew Bender & Company, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  33

McCartin, Tom 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Tom McCartin, Executive Vice President of The Dallas Times Herald.
Folder  34

McClatchy Newspapers 1976 - 1980

Four letters of correspondence between C.K. McClatchy, Editor of McClatchy Newspapers, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  35

McCloskey Jr., Paul N. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Paul N. McCloskey Jr., United States House of Representatives for California, and Otis Chandler.
Folder  36

McClung, James C. 1977

Nine items of correspondence regarding James C. McClung, upon his retirement from the Dallas Times Herald. Items included a memo, a note, letters and a telegram.
Folder  37

McClure, Warren J. 1969

Two items. A response letter, from Otis Chandler, to an Ann Landers column tear sheet that Warren J. McClure of the Burlington Free Press sent him. McClure wrote a note on the actual tear sheet (newspaper clipping.)
Folder  38

McCombs, Grant W. 1977

Three letters and a card of correspondence between Otis Chandler Grant W. McCombs. Also in this folder are two notes from Freddie Miller.
Folder  39

McCone, John Alex 1977

Two letters of correspondence between John Alex McCone and Otis Chandler.
Folder  40

McCulloch, Frank 1966-1972

"Thirteen pieces of correspondence. Five pieces, in regards to Frank McCulloch's possible rehiring, were originally in a folder marked "restricted." These are correspondence between Otis Chandler, Frank McCulloch and Freddie [Frederica T. Miller.] Two letters regarding McCulloch taking the position. Four letters are regarding McCulloch being in town and meeting up with Chandler. The last two letters are correspondence between Frank McCulloch and Otis Chandler about a missed opportunity to meet in person. "
Folder  41

McGovern, George 1974 - 1977

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Honorable George McGovern of the United States Senate.
Folder  42

McIntyre, James Francis Cardinal 1965

Two letters of correspondence. A letter to Otis Chandler from His Eminence James Francis Cardinal McIntyre, Archbishop of Los Angeles, and a response letter written on behalf of Otis Chandler.
Folder  43

McKaskle, Paul L. 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Paul L. McKaskle, Dean at the School of Law at University of San Francisco.
Folder  44

Middleton, Drew 1966

A draft letter written by Freddie Miller on behalf of Otis Chandler to be sent to Drew Middleton.
Folder  45

Miller, Freddie 1961-1971

Many memos between Otis Chandler, Nick Williams, Freddie Miller and other staff members. Some of the items included are a five page memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler, regarding Newsday's Editorials; a couple of pages from the Larchmont Chronicle newspaper regarding the Chandler family with a note written to Freddie Miller from Otis Chandler; a two page list of Donna Swayze and Freddie Miller's duties; and a three page memo from Freddie Miller to Sherral Miller and Joyce Walter
Folder  46

Miller, John 1979

A letter from Otis Chandler to John Miller, Sunday Editor of The Toronto Star, informing Chandler of the death of Joe Alex Morris [Jr.].
Folder  47

Miller, Paul 1971 - 1976

Five letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Paul Miller, Chairman and Chief Executive of Gannett Co. Inc. Also in this folder are two notes from Freddie Miller, an RSVP, and a letter from Russell E. Ward, President of the USC Journalism Alumni Association, regarding Miller.
Folder  48

Mills, Billy G. 1965

A Western Union telegram to Otis Chandler from Billy G. Mills, Councilman 8th District, urging the Times Game at the Coliseum to be canceled due to the riot conditions.
Folder  49

Minneapolis Star and Tribune 1978

Three letters of correspondence between Donald R. Dwight, Publisher of The Minneapolis Star and Tribune, and Otis Chandler. Also in this folder is an attachment that came with one of the letters.
Folder  50

Mondale, Walter F. 1974-1980

Two thank you letters from Walter F. Mondale to Otis Chandler from the 70s. Also two letters of correspondence between Mondale and Chandler from 1980 when Mondale was Vice President.
Folder  51

Moreno, Roberto L. 1977

A letter from Otis Chandler to Roberto L. Moreno, regarding Moreno's resume.
Folder  52

Morrow, Charles 1979

A congratulatory letter sent from Otis Chandler to Charles Morrow in the Production Office department.
Folder  53

Morse, Erskine V. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Erskine V. Morse, Handley Distinguished Professor of Veterinary Medicine and Environmental Health at Purdue University. Morse is also the son of Marian Manners aka Fleeta Hoke.
Folder  54

Mosk, Stanley 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and the Honorable Stanley Mosk, Justice of the Supreme Court of California. Mosk inquires about a letter sent to Harrison Gray Otis from William McKinley, and he attaches a copy of the letter.
Folder  55

Moyers, Bill 1971

A copy of a thank you letter to Bill Moyers from Otis Chandler, in regards to a book Moyers sent to Chandler.
Folder  56

Munro, Tom 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Tom Munro and Otis Chandler, regarding indexing the newspaper.
Folder  57

Murphy, Allen 1961

A memo from the desk of Otis Chandler to Allen Murphy,of the Display Advertising Department.
Folder  58

Murphy, Franklin D. 1980

A memo with an attachment, from Otis Chandler to Dr. Franklin D. Murphy, Robert F. Erburu, and Phillip L. Williams. The memo is about media coverage of economic issues.
Folder  59

Murphy, George 1966-1967

Seven letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and George Murphy, United States Senator
Folder  60

Muskie, Edmund S. 1961

Letter from Senator Edmund S. Muskie to Nick B. Williams. Sent to Otis Chandler with Nick Williams' handwritten notes about Muskie and Barry Goldwater.
Folder  61

Nagano, Ann Hinsdale 1978

A letter to Otis Chandler from Ann Hinsdale Nagano, regarding a wedding announcement. Also in this folder is a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler, and three letters of correspondence between Ann Hinsdale Nagano and Freddie Miller.
Folder  62

Needham, Harper & Steers Advertising, Inc. 1980

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bradley H. Roberts, Vice Chairman of Needham, Harper & Steers Advertising, Inc.
Folder  63

Nelson, Dorothy W. 1978 - 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Dorothy W. Nelson, Dean and Professor of Law at the Law Center at USC.
Folder  64

Nelson, Gene E. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Gene E. Nelson [Mrs. Robert A. Nelson], Past Regent of the San Clemente Chapter of the California State Society Daughters American Revolution.
Folder  65

Nenow, Helen J. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Helen J. Nenow.
Folder  66

Neumann, Robert G. 1968

Correspondence between Robert G. Neumann, American Ambassador to Afghanistan and Otis Chandler. Topics include having Neumann at an editorial luncheon; hunting permits and the nature of hunting in Afghanistan; and the political situation in Afghanistan.
Folder  67

Newcombe, Rick 1983

Memo from Rick Newcombe and response from Otis Chandler regarding an article in Muscle and Fitness magazine about Otis Chandler.
Folder  68

New West Magazine 1977

A copy of a letter in which Otis Chandler was blind copied. The letter was sent to the Editor of New West Magazine, with an attached clipping from the magazine. The letter is about a story that New West Imagine ran about an employee of The Los Angeles Times that accidentally spilled a cup of coffee into a computer.
Folder  69

New York Times 1961 - 1978

Seven pieces of correspondence. Five pieces, consisting of letters, a memo and a clipping, are in regards to the Los Angeles Edition of the New York Times. The sixth piece is a thank you letter from Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, President and Publisher of the New York Times, regarding the Los Angeles Times' support of the New York Times by joining the amicus brief in the Myron Farber case. The seventh piece is a letter from Gladwin Hil [Chief of the New York Times' Los Angeles Bureau] to Otis Chandler mostly regarding the rudeness of a Los Angeles Times employee, Del Taylor. Also in this folder is a clipping from the New York Times entitled "New York Times report to readers."
Folder  70

Newhouse, S. I. 1979

A transcript of a telegram that was sent to S.I. Newhouse, Jr. and Donald Newhouse regarding the passing of their father, Samuel Irving Newhouse. The telegram was signed by Otis Chandler, Franklin D. Murphy and Robert F. Erburu.
Folder  71

News Service 1971

Three pieces of correspondence regarding a possible lawsuit brought on by the Chicago Tribune, due to the merger of New York Times News Service and the Chicago Daily News Service. Two are memos addressed to Otis Chandler; one being from Nick Williams and the other from Robert C. Lobdell. Also included is a file copy of a conversation that Robert C. Lobdell had with Don Reuben, the Chicago Tribune Lawyer.
Folder  72

Newsbeat with Clete Roberts 1981

A memo from Robert L. Flannes to the Communications Group, informing them that Otis Chandler will be interviewed by Paul Crosswhite on the "Newsbeat with Clete Roberts" program on KCET, Channel 28, on Tuesday, December 8, 1981.
Box  225

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Newsday 1971

Ten pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and employees of Newsday. The first set of letters are congratulatory and thank you letters between Otis Chandler and Tom Darcy, Newsday's political cartoonist, regarding Darcy's award for best cartoon from the Overseas Press Club, and Paul Conrad's recent Pulitzer. The second set of letters are correspondence between William (Bill) Attwood, Newsday's President and Publisher, and Otis Chandler, regarding syndication. The last set of letters are correspondence between Otis Chandler, Nick Thimmesch [Los Angeles Times Syndicate Columnist], Freddie [Frederica] Miller [Otis Chandler's Secretary], and Dave Laventhol [Newsday's Editor], which included a copy of the syndicate agreement between Nick Thimmesch and Newsday.
Folder  2

Newsweek Article 1966-1967

Congratulatory letters to Otis Chandler regarding the article and cover story on him in Newsweek. Some letters have attached a copy of Otis's response.
Folder  3

Ng'weno, Hilary B. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Hilary B. Ng'weno, Editor/Publisher of Stellascope Limited. Also in this folder is a letter from Jock Leslie Melville to Otis Chandler, about Ng'weno.
Folder  4

Nixon, Richard 1960 - 1974

Twelve items. Nine pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Richard Nixon. Also included is a five page copy of the endorsement of Richard Nixon for President, and a memo from an unknown author and a photocopy of one of the letters. The memo is attached to a copy of an article entitled "Hazards of Presidential Isolation," which discusses Nixon. The last item is actually a letter address to "Buff" [Dorothy Chandler] from Richard Nixon, thanking her for selecting his secretary, Rose Mary Woods, as one of the Women of the Year award recipients.
Folder  5

Nixon, Richard - 1962 Election 1962

"Seven items, all are photocopies regarding the 1962 California Governor Election between Richard Nixon and Pat Brown, which consist of the following: A two page complaint from a reader, S. M. Forderer, with a note attached from FM [Freddie Miller] to Otis Chandler stating "of the now 82 letters I've read condemning us for the outcome of the election, this one alone has a new slant which might interest you." Also attached is a statement released by Otis Chandler on November 7, 1962. Correspondence between Charles S. Jones. which includes a statement released by Mr. Jones, which also includes a copy of a Los Angeles Times Article entitled "Shell Clamis Nixon Wages Gutter Attack," which was published on Sunday May 27, 1962."
Folder  6

Norstad, Lauris 1963

Four items of correspondence, which include three letters and a telegram, between Otis Chandler and General Lauris Norstad, President of Owens-Corning Fiberglas International. Also in this folder is a two page copy of the Advance area Visitor's Log.
Folder  7

O'Brien, Lawrence F. 1966

Three letters of correspondence. The first is from Freddie Miller to Honorable Lawrence F. O'Brien, United States Postmaster General. The second letter is to Freddie Miller from Ira Kapenstein, Special Assistant to the Postmaster General. The third is to Otis Chandler from O'Brien.
Folder  8

O'Connor, Thomas F. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Thomas F. O'Connor.
Folder  9

O'Malley, Walter F. 1963-1974

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Walter F. O'Malley, Campaign Chairman of People for Peter Pitchess and President of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Inc.
Folder  10

Orange County Satellite Plant 1964-1968

Correspondence, memoranda and photocopies of articles relating to the Orange County Satellite Plant. Topics include news plans, chasers, satellite study project, Orange County reception, contract agreement disputes, a reception list and a copy of Among Ourselves.
Folder  11

Osborne, H. Durant 1978

A letter sent from Otis Chandler to H. Durant Osborne, Suburban Editor. Also in this folder is a letter sent out by Pat B. Anderson which announces Osborne's retirement.
Folder  12

Ostenson, C.B. 1976 - 1978

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and C. B. Ostenson. Also in this folder is a three page photocopy of an article from Forbes, that Ostenson sent as an attachment to one of his letter.
Folder  13

Ostroff, Howard 1979

A letter to Otis Chandler from Howard Ostroff. Also in this letter is a response letter to Ostroff from Freddie Miller.
Folder  14

Packard, David 1969

A letter from David Packard [U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense and Co-Founder of Hewlett-Packard] to Otis Chandler in regards to their recent visit.
Folder  15

Pan American World Airways 1973 - 1974

Five letters to Pan American World Airways from Otis Chandler. Four were written to William T. Seawell, President and Chairman of the Board, and the fifth letter was addressed to the Board of Directors. On of the letters to Seawell is address marked personal and confidential.
Folder  16

Pan Am Airlines - Moscow Flight 1968 - 1969

Approx. 25 items: exchange of several letters between OC and Harold Gray (Board Chair, Pan American World Airways) ; "Inaugural Flight Certificate" to "certify that Otis Chandler flew aboard PAN AM's direct Jet Clipper Service - New York to Moscow," 7/15/1968 ; other material related to the flight and the new service between NYC and Moscow.
Folder  17

Parker, W.H. 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from W.H. Parker, Chief of Police for the City of Los Angeles
Folder  18

Parks, George B. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and George B. Parks. Also in this folder is a copy of a letter that Parks sent to Coach Ray Malavasi, and a note from Freddie Miller to Bill [Thomas.]
Folder  19

Paschall, Robert H. 1979

A letter from Otis Chandler to Robert H. Paschall, of Robert H. Paschall & Associates, in response to a letter Paschall sent Chandler. Also in this folder is a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler.
Folder  20

Pauls, Rolf 1973

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Dr. Rolf Pauls, The Ambassador of Germany. Also in this folder is a letter from Constantin von Dziembowski.
Folder  21

Pavlinski, Larry 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Larry Pavlinski, U.S. Department of Transportation at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Folder  22

Payavichien, Pongsak 1980

A congratulatory letter sent from Otis Chandler to Pongsak Payavichien, Editor-in-Chief of Matichon. Also in this folder is a letter from Gordon P. in regards to sending the congratulatory letter.
Folder  23

Pearson, Drew 1968

Correspondence between Drew Pearson and Otis Chandler regarding Pearson's novel "The Senator."
Folder  24

Peking Bureau 1971

Three items which include a letter, a rough draft of the letter and a memo regarding asking the permission of Prime Minister Chou En-lai for the establishment of a Peking News Bureau.
Folder  25

Pension Increase 1978 - 1979

"Approx. 55 items: letters to Otis Chandler (and some replies) from grateful ex-employees who had just been notified of an increase in their pension payments "
Folder  26

Percy, Charles H. 1965-1967

Seven letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler from Charles H. Percy, United States Senator
Folder  27

Phillips, Gordon 1977 - 1978

Three items of correspondence; a congratulatory letter sent from Otis Chandler to Gordon Phillips in the Promotion and Public Relations department; and a two page memo to Freddie Miller from Gordon Phillips, regarding the Special Cups. Also in this folder are two Polaroid pictures of the cups and a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler.
Folder  28

Pike, Katherine 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mrs. Thomas Pike [Katherine Pike].
Folder  29

Pitchess, Peter J. 1961 - 1974

Four items consisting of three letters, a memo and a two page editorial from Sheriff Peter J. Pitchess. The editorial is attached to one of the letters and is a rebuttal to a Los Angeles Times editorial. The memo is attached to a draft letter written by Freddie Miller for Chandler's approval.
Folder  30

Planning Commission 1964

A two page draft of a letter from Otis Chandler to Milton Emerson, Secretary of the Planning Commission of the City of San Marino.
Folder  31

Playboy Magazine 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Hugh M. Hefner, Editor-Publisher of Playboy Magazine. Also in this folder are two newspaper clippings about the "Freedom of the Press" exhibit.
Folder  32

Plimpton, George A. 1974

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mrs. Thomas Pike [Katherine Pike]. Also in this folder is a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler.
Folder  33

Pole, Rupert 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Rupert Pole, Literary Executor of the Anais Nin Estate, regarding his wife Anais Nin and his mother Mrs. Lloyd Wright [Helen Taggart.] Also in this folder is a are notes from Digby Diehl to Freddie Miller and a note from Jean Sharley Taylor to Digby Diehl.
Folder  34

Policies, News 1960-1970

Six items consisting of twenty-nine pages of correspondence about news policies.
Folder  35

Posner, Irina 1977 - 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Irina Posner, Producer at CBS News.
Folder  36

Powis, Robert 1977

A letter fro Freddie Miller to Robert Powis, Chief Agent in the United States Secret Service, regarding a letter that James W. Duncan, Employment Supervisor for the Los Angeles Times, wrote to Janet Thompson when she inquired about a position. Also in this folder is a copy of the letter James W. Duncan wrote to Janet Thompson.
Folder  37

Pressmen (1 of 2) 1963-1967

Correspondence pertaining to Union and activities and the Pressmen. which includes copies of the agreement reached. Split into two folders.
Folder  38

Pressmen (2 of 2) 1963-1967

Correspondence pertaining to Union and activities and the Pressmen. which includes copies of the agreement reached. Split into two folders.
Folder  39

Publisher's Anniversary Luncheon 1975

An itinerary for Otis Chandler's 15th Anniversary as Publisher luncheon.
Folder  40

Pulitzer, Jr., Joseph 1966

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Joseph Pulitzer, Jr., of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. One of the letters has a note attached to Freddie Miller from Rex Barley.
Folder  41

Pulliam, Russ 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Russ Pulliam. Pulliam send an attachment which consist of photocopies of articles he wrote about his father, Eugene C. Pulliam.
Folder  42

Rasmussen, Helen 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Helen Rasmussen, in which Rasmussen thanks Chandler for throwing annual parties for retirees.
Folder  43

Reagan, Ronald 1966 -1967

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Governor Ronald Reagan. One of the letters has two attachments.
Folder  44

Reasons, George 1967

Three items of correspondence between regarding George Reasons. Two are letters to Reason from Otis Chandler, and one is a memo from UCLA.
Folder  45

Reddin, Thomas 1967

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Thomas Reddin, Los Angeles City Police Chief.
Folder  46

Redmond, Charles R. 1988

A Times Mirror Management Bulletin addressed to Corporate Employees, announcing that Otis Chandler will permanently relocate his office from Times Mirror Square to Oxnard.
Folder  47

Rees, Thomas M. 1974

A letter from Congress member Thomas M. Rees to Otis Chandler, thanking the Los Angeles Times for their endorsement.
Folder  48

Renick, Leonard 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Leonard Renick, of Phil Renick Cadillac. Attached to Renick's letter three pages of signatures from people that approved on Chandler's decision to ban pornographic advertising.
Folder  49

Richardson, Elliot L. 1976

A letter to Otis Chandler from Elliot L. Richardson, Secretary of Commerce.
Folder  50

Richardson, H. L. "Bill" 1978 -1979

Six letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and H.L. "Bill" Richardson, California State Senator. Attached to one of Richardson's letters are two pages of photocopied articles.
Folder  51

Richelieu, Frank E. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Dr. Frank E. Richelieu, Minister of Church of Religious Science.
Folder  52

Ridder, Herman Henry 1966

Six letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Herman Henry Ridder, Publisher of the Independent Press-Telegram.
Box  226

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Ridder, P. Anthony 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and P. Anthony Ridder, Publisher of the San Jose Mercury News. Attached to Ridder's letters is a two page biography of Jim Campbell.
Folder  2

Rimmer, Bryan 1978

A letter from Freddie Miller to Bryan Rimmer, of the Daily Mirror in London.
Folder  3

Rivers, L. Mendel 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from L. Mendel Rivers, M.C., Congress of the United States, House of Representatives.
Folder  4

Roberts, Clete 1962

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Clete Roberts, of KTLA-TV. Also included in this folder is a two page transcript which is one of the subjects of the letters.
Folder  5

Roberts, George 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and George Roberts, Art History Professor at De Anza College. Also in this folder are two letters other letters regarding George Demont Otis. One letter is addressed to Harrison Otis Chandler from Grace V. Hartley, of the George Demont Otis Foundation. The other letter is a response to Hartley's letter from Lois L. Markwith.
Folder  6

Robertson, Marilyn C. 1979

A letter to Otis Chandler from Marilyn C. Roberston regarding her late husband, Assemblyman Alfred W. Robertson. Also in this folder is a response letter to Mrs. Robertson from Freddie Miller.
Folder  7

Robinson, Hugh G. 1980

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Brigadier General Hugh G. Robinson.
Folder  8

Robinson, Julie 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Julie Robinson.
Folder  9

Robinson, Le Roy 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Le Roy Robinson.
Folder  10

Robinson, Richard S. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Richard S. Robinson.
Folder  11

Robowski, Helen F. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mrs. Ernest Robowski [Helen F. Robowski].
Folder  12

Rockefeller, Laurence 1980

Two items of correspondence, which include a letter and a mailgram, between Otis Chandler and Laurence Rockefeller, of Americans for the Coast.
Folder  13

Rockefeller, Nelson A. 1964 - 1975

Ten items which include five letters from Nelson Rockefeller to Otis Chandler, a response letter from Otis Chandler to Nelson Rockefeller, two telegrams regarding Rockefeller and Hugh Morrow visiting the Los Angeles Times, a memo from Freddie Miller, and a two page memo from Otis Chandler to the Times Executives regarding how to handle any comments, questions and accusations regarding the [Nelson A.] Rockefeller editorial.
Folder  14

Romney, George circa 1965

A letter to Otis Chandler from George Romney, Governor of Michigan.
Folder  15

Rood, Rodney W. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Rodney W. Rood, Vice President and Assistant to the Chairman at Atlantic Richfield Company.
Folder  16

Roosevelt, Jr., Franklin D.

A letter to Otis Chandler from Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. Attached to the letter is a memo from Otis Chandler to Freddie Miller.
Folder  17

Ross, Thomas B. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Thomas B. Ross, Assistant Secretary of Defense.
Folder  18

Rousselot, John 1961

A letter from Otis Chandler to the Honorable John Rousselot, House of Representatives.
Folder  19

Saeta, Philip M. 1973

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Philip M. Saeta, Judge of Municipal Courts. Also in this folder are newspaper clippings; a rough draft of the letter sent to Saeta; and a note from Ed to Freddie Miller.
Folder  20

Salazar, Ruben 1970

Twelve items which consist of letters and a copy of the eulogy that Otis Chandler gave at Ruben Salazar's funeral. Most of the letters are regarding the death of Ruben Salazar.
Folder  21

Salinger, Pierre 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from Pierre Salinger.
Folder  22

Saltzman, Marvin L. 1968

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Marvin L. Saltzman, Publisher of Letters Magazine. Also in this folder is a copy of the September 1968 issue of Letters Magazine, that was sent as an attachment with one of Saltzman's letters.
Folder  23

San Juan, Javier 1980

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Javier San Juan, of San Miguel International. Also in this folder are attachments sent by San Juan, which consist of a photocopy of an article, a press release, a copy of an FDA release sent out by the Associated Press, a letter sent to all of San Miguel imported beer distributor/wholesalers, and a page of facts about San Miguel Beer.
Folder  24

Sargent, Wayne 1980

A letter from Otis Chandler to Wayne Sargent, Editor of The Sun. Its is in response to a letter that was sent to Sargent from Claudine Rich. A copy of this letter, with a note on the bottom to Chandler from Sargent, is included in this folder.
Folder  25

Sarguis, Francis 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Francis Sarguis, an attorney in Santa Barbara, regarding the coverage of the Skyhorse [Paul "Skyhorse" Durant] and Mohawk [Richard "Mohawk" Billings] case.
Folder  26

Savage, Boyd 1978

A letter from Otis Chandler to Boyd Savage, The Los Angeles Times Automotive Advertising Sales Manager.
Folder  27

Saxbe, William B. 1974

A letter from William B. Saxbe to Otis Chandler regarding their brief meeting prior to a luncheon.
Folder  28

Scheer, Robert - Jews of Los Angeles Article Responses 1978

Letters written in response to a three part article published in the Los Angeles Times entitled "Jews of Los Angeles" by Robert Scheer.
Folder  29

Schiff, Dorothy 1973-1974

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Dorothy Schiff, Publisher of the New York Post. Also in this folder is a memo to William F. Thomas from Rob Wood, regarding Schiff's letter, and a copy of the article by Robert A. Jones that Schiff writes about.
Folder  30

Schneider, Richard J. 1979

Three letters of correspondence with Richard J. Schneider regarding getting Otis Chandler's signature on a awards program. Original letter was sent to Otis Chandler, however Freddie Miller corresponded with Schneider.
Folder  31

Schwartz, Marjorie 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Marjorie Schwartz.
Folder  32

Scranton, William W. 1980

A letter to Otis Chandler from William W. Scranton.
Folder  33

Scripps, Charles E. 1980

Five letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Charles E. Scripps, Chairman of the Board of Scripps-Howard Newspapers.
Folder  34

Seacat, Ellen R. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ellen R. Seacat.
Folder  35

See, Henry W. 1961

A letter from Freddie Miller on Otis Chandler's behalf to Henry W. See of BBD&O.
Folder  36

Segerstrom, Henry T. 1977 - 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Henry T. Segerstrom, of C.J. Segerstrom & Sons.
Folder  37

Seidenbaum, Art 1967

Three items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Art Seidenbaum. Items include a memo and two letters.
Folder  38

Seldis, Mark 1978

A letter from Otis Chandler to Mark Seldis, the son of Henry J. Seldis, an art critic for the Los Angeles Times from 1960-1978.
Folder  39

Sell, Ted 1973

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ted Sell, regarding his resignation.
Folder  40

Selzer, Carolyn 1980

A letter from Otis Chandler to Mrs. Fred C. Selzer [Carolyn Selzer].
Folder  41

Shaw, Jay A. 1980

Correspondence between Jay A. Shaw, President and Publisher of Connecticut Newspapers Inc. and Otis Chandler regarding speeches to be given by Chandler.
Folder  42

Shea, James G. 1979

A letter, with an attachment, to Otis Chandler from James G. Shea, Vice President of Public Relations at Southern Pacific Company. The attachment is a program from A Special Evening Honoring Joseph B. Ridder.
Folder  43

Shepard, Clay 1978

A letters from Otis Chandler to Clay Shepard, President of The National Management Association, Rockwell California Chapter, Space Club.
Folder  44

Short, Robert 1983

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert H. Short, Chairman, Oregon Independent College Foundation, Inc., regarding Chandler speaking at the Annual Donors Recognition Dinner.
Folder  45

Showman, Sybil 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Sybil Showman. Also in this folder is a note from William F. Thomas to Otis Chandler, then it was forwarded to Freddie Miller.
Folder  46

Shriver, Eunice 1967

A letter from Otis Chandler to Eunice Shriver. In the salutation it states "Eunice" but in the address it states "Mrs. Sargent Shriver.
Folder  47

Shriver, Jr., Robert Sargent 1966

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr., Director, Office of Economic Opportunity.
Folder  48

Siegal, J. L. 1973

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and J.L. Siegal, General Manager at PSA Broadcasting, Inc. Also in this folder is a newspaper page from the Calendar section and a letter to Jim Bellows from Aleene MacMinn.
Folder  49

Siegel, Barry 1978

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to Barry Siegel in the View department.
Folder  50

Silk, Arthur D. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Arthur D. Silk, M.D., Editor of the Bulletin of the Orange County Medical Association. Also in this folder is a letter from Freddie Miller to Arthur D. Silk.
Folder  51

Silverman, Fred 1978

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Fred Silverman, President and Chief Executive Officer at NBC. Also in this folder is a list of dinner attendants, which was an attachment from one of Silverman's letters.
Folder  52

Simons, Jr., Dolph C. 1977 - 1980

Nine letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Dolph C. Simons, Jr., Editor and Publisher of The Lawrence Daily Journal-World.
Folder  53

Slayden, James B. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and James B. Slayden, President of Robinson's.
Folder  54

Slusser, W. Peter 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and W. Peter Slusser, Senior Vice President of Paine Webber Jackson and Curtis.
Folder  55

Small, Jean Alice 1980

Three items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jean Alise Small [Mrs. Len Small], Editor and Publisher of The Daily Journal. Items include a letter, a copy of a telegram, and a telegram.
Folder  56

Smith, Mrs. Richard F. 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mrs. Richard F. Smith.
Folder  57

Smith, Vi 1980

Two letters of correspondence. The first is to Otis Chandler from Vi Smith, Auction Chairman for the Orange County Professional Chapter of The Society of Professional Journalists, Sigma Delta Chi. The other is a response letter to Smith from Donna Swayze.
Folder  58

Snow, Jr., Crocker 1980

A letter to Otis Chandler from Crocker Snow, Jr., Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of WorldPaper. Also in this folder is a note from Tom Johnson regarding Snow.
Folder  59

Soler, Frank G. 1979

A letter to Otis Chandler from Frank G. Soler, of The Gulf Companies.
Folder  60

Sotomayor, Frank O. 1975 -1976

Three items of correspondence, which include two letters and a memo, between Otis Chandler and Frank O. Sotomayor, Copy Editor for The Los Angeles Times and teacher at the Summer Program for Minority Journalists. Also in this folder are three letters and two memos regarding the Summer Program for Minority Journalists.
Folder  61

Soundings 1980 - 1981

A letter to Otis Chandler from John P. Turner, Publisher of Soundings. Also in this folder is a memo from Dow W. Carpenter, Jr. to Otis Chandler.
Folder  62

Southern California Conference on the Media and the Law 1977

Items pertaining to the Southern California Conference on The Media and The Law, held in Santa Barbara from February 11-13, 1977. Items include an event brochure; six letters and a place card.
Folder  63

Southern California Safari Club 1975

A letter to Otis Chandler from Max K. Hurlbut, President of the Southern California Safari Club.
Folder  64

Spivak, Lawrence E. 1966

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Lawrence E. Spivak of Meet the Press.
Folder  65

Sproat, Robert 1978

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to Robert Sproat, of the Dallas Times Herald.
Folder  66

Squibb Jr., J. Donald 1977 - 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and J. Donald Squibb, Jr., Executive Vice President of Houston National Bank.
Folder  67

Stall, Bill 1977 - 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bill Stall, from the Editorial Department. Other items in this folder include two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and James W. Whittaker, Leader of the 1978 American K2 Expedition. Whittaker includes a brochure of the expedition with his letter.
Folder  68

Stanford University 1971 - 1976

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and different individuals at Stanford University regarding a proposal for the establishment of the Chandler Center for Professional Journalism at Stanford University and regarding the establishment of a Professorship in the name of Harry and Norman Chandler. Items included letters, notes memos, a formal proposal, a history of the Chandler Family and Stanford University, a folder regarding Stanford University Professional Journalism Fellowships,
Box  227

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Steiger, Paul 1978

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to Paul Stieger in the Business and Finance department for being part of both teams that won the Loeb Award and the Hancock Award.
Folder  2

Stepp, Jr., J. Edd 1979

A letter marked Confidential and Privileged sent to J. Edd Stepp, Jr., Joseph A. Collins, and Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, from Robert C. Lobdell, regarding Federal Trade Commission v. Times Mirror. Also in this folder are copies of articles and speeches.
Folder  3

Sterling, J.E. Wallace 1980

A handwritten note to Otis Chandler from J.E. Wallace Sterling. Also in this folder is a typed out copy of the note.
Folder  4

Stingley, Jim 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jim Stingley.
Folder  5

Stockholder Meeting Speech Responses 1969

Six letters regarding Otis Chandler's speech at the Stockholders' Meeting held on May 28, 1969.
Folder  6

Stone, Martin - Tribute to 1972

Six letters to Otis Chandler regarding the Tribute to Martin Stone, Chairman of the Board of Monogram Industries, Inc., by the Frances A. Wayne Chapter of the City of Hope. One letter is from Percy Solotoy, President of the City of Hope Board of Trustees. The other five letters are correspondence between Otis Chandler and Henry Gluck, President at Monogram Industries, Inc. Also in this folder are two copies of endowment opportunities, a memo from Imogene Butterfield to Freddie Miller, and a program of the event.
Folder  7

Storey, Myra Rosemond 1975 - 1976

Three items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Myra Rosemond Storey, which included two letters and a Christmas card.
Folder  8

Strapac, John J. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and John J. Strapac. Also in this folder is a note from Freddie Miller to Bill.
Folder  9

Stutsman Jr., Carl A. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Carl A. Stutsman, Jr., of the Law Offices of Hill, Farrer & Burrill.
Folder  10

Sugarman, Burt 1979

A letter from Otis Chandler to Burt Sugerman.
Folder  11

Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs 1980

Four letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Publisher of The New York Times. Also in this folder a photocopy of an article and two letters from Elke Corley, secretary to Otis Chandler, to Sulzberger.
Folder  12

Sweeney, Louise 1980

A letter from Otis Chandler to Louise Sweeney.
Folder  13

Sweet, Robert W. 1967

Two letters of correspondence to Robert W. Sweet, Deputy Mayor of the City of New York. One letter is from Otis Chandler and the other from Freddie Miller.
Folder  14

Symington, James W. 1967

Two items: the original and a photocopy of a letter sent to Otis Chandler from James W. Symington, The Chief of Protocol, Department of State.
Folder  15

Taublieb, Paul 1983

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and Paul Taublieb, reporter for US magazine. Also, draft of article Taublieb wrote for US about Otis Chandler.
Folder  16

Taylor, Stephen 1964

A three page letter from Otis Chandler to Stephen Taylor, the son of Walter Taylor, a friend and neighbor of Chandler, regarding Taylor's request to buy Chandler's 901 Porsche.
Folder  17

Teper, Lonnie 1983

Correspondence between Lonnie Teper and Otis Chandler in regards to an article Teper wrote about Chandler and submitted to Muscle and Fitness magazine.
Folder  18

Thayer, Walter N. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Walter N. Thayer, President of Whitney Communications Corporation.
Folder  19

Thieriot, Mrs. Charles de Young 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mrs. Charles de Young Thieriot [Barbara Mary Tobin]. Thieriot was the editor and publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Folder  20

Thieriot, Richard T. 1977 - 1980

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Richard T. Thieriot. Two of the letters list Thieriot as the Editor and Publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle. The other letter list Thieriot as President of The Chronicle Publishing Company. Also in this folder is a response letter to Thieriot from Freddie Miller.
Folder  21

Thomas, Bill 1967-1978

Four memos of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Bill Thomas. One is regarding the decline of West Magazine. The second is regarding a memo between Thomas and Tom Johnson. A copy of that memo is attached to the Chandler/Thomas memo. The last two are in regards to a project that Thomas and George Reasons worked together on.
Folder  22

Thornton, Jimmy 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jimmy Thornton, Action Line Editor at the Evening Tribune.
Folder  23

Time Inc. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Ralph P. Davidson, Vice President at Time Inc. Also in this folder is a photocopy of an newspaper article.
Folder  24

Times Employees and Their Families 1960 - 1977

Thirty-one letters from Otis Chandler to Times Employees and their families. One of the letters is from Norman Chandler announcing Otis Chandler as publisher. Also in this folder is a document entitled "Personal from Otis Chandler."
Folder  25

Times-Mirror Report 1962

A four page report given by Otis Chandler to the Times-Mirror in January 1962.
Folder  26

Times Newspapers Limited 1980

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and M.J. Hussey [Marmaduke James Hussey], Managing Director and Chief Executive of Times Newspapers Limited. Also in this folder are two letters and four memos regarding Hussey's visit.
Folder  27

Toastmasters International 1979

A letter to Otis Chandler from Sherry Angel, Publications and Communications Manager at Toastmasters International. Also in this folder is a one page response from Chandler to a questionnaire that Angel sent to him.
Folder  28

Torres, Art 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Assemblyman Art Torres.
Folder  29

Travelers Insurance Company 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Morrison H. Beach, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Travelers Insurance Company.
Folder  30

Trombley, William 1978

A congratulatory letter from Otis Chandler to William Trombley in the Metropolitan Staff.
Folder  31

Tso, Jack B. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jack B. Tso, Judge of the Municipal Court.
Folder  32

Tunney, James J. 1974

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and James J. Tunney, Principal of Hollywood High School.
Folder  33

Tunney, John V. 1969-1975

Five letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and California Senator John V. Tunney. Two letters are regarding a proposed newspaper exemption amendment to S. 408, the Fair Trade Repeal Bill. The other three letters are regarding Tunney's Los Angeles visit.
Folder  34

Unionamerica, Inc. 1973

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and Harry J. Volk of Unionamerica, Inc. in regards to Otis Chandler resigning from the Board of Directors of Unionamerica, Inc. due to Chandler being named as a defendant in an action brought in the Federal District Court for the Northern District of California by the Securities and Exchange Commission, relating to certain oil ventures and companies organized by John P. Burke.
Folder  35

Unions

A copy of Chapter 17, page 45 from James Bassett's project book Life and Times of Los Angeles, regarding unions. Also included is a manila folder with a note from Otis Chandler to James Bassett regarding his comments about page 45.
Folder  36

United Nations Association of the United States of America 1979

A two page letter to Otis Chandler from Paul Jabber, Ph.D, Survey Coordinator, and Leonard Vernon, President, of the United Nations Association of the United States of America.
Folder  37

United Press International 1979 -1980

Seven letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Roderick W. Beaton, President and Chief Executive Officer of United Press International. Also in this folder are three letters of correspondence with Edward W. Estlow, President of Scripps-Howard Newspapers, regarding the United Press International deal; two pages pertaining to United Press International's un-audited consolidated summary of losses; a permit; a photocopy of rules of the California Commissioner of Corporations; a memo from Tom Johnson and a letter to Tom Johnson from Robert E. Page, Vice President and General Manager of United Press International.
Folder  38

Unruh, Jess M. 1969

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Jess M. Unruh, Assembly Democratic Leader. Unruh attached to his letter a copy of Assembly Bill 325 and a digest of the bill.
Folder  39

Vail, Thomas 1966 -1967

Five letters of correspondence. Two between Otis Chandler and Thomas Vail, Publisher and Editor of The Plain Dealer. The other three between Freddie Miller and Vail.
Folder  40

Valenti, Jack 1964 - 1980

Five letters to Otis Chandler from Jack Valenti [Lyndon Johnson's "special assistant" and president of the Motion Picture Association of America]. Also in this folder is a two page photocopy of a Newsweek article dated September 22, 1980.
Folder  41

Vietnam 1968 - 1970

Three items consisting of ten pages of photocopies of correspondence regarding Vietnam between Otis Chandler and the Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon, V.H. Krulak, and Bob Gibson.
Folder  42

Vietnam Editorial 1970

Correspondence regarding a Los Angeles Times editorial entitled "Get out of Vietnam NOW." Many of the letters are from other newspapers across the United States that reprinted the editorial in their own papers. Some letters have attached a response letter from Otis Chandler.
Folder  43

Wain, Philip 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Philip Wain, President of The Wain Foundation.
Folder  44

Wallace, George C. 1967

Two items of correspondence regarding George C. Wallace. The items include a note to Otis Chandler from Freddie Miller and a letter from Bill Jones to Nick Williams regarding George C. Wallace and the The Wallace Campaign.
Folder  45

Washington Journalism Review 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Henry E. Cato, Jr., of the Washington Journalism Review. Also in this folder is a note from Gordon Phillips.
Folder  46

Washington Post 1971

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and both Benjamin C. Bradlee and Gerald W. Siegel from the Washington Post, regarding the appointment of Bill Thomas to the News Service Executive Committee in place of Bob Donovan.
Folder  47

Watson, Philip E. 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from Philip E. Watson, Assessor for the County of Los Angeles.
Folder  48

Wayne, John 1964

Four photocopies of correspondence between Otis Chandler and John Wayne regarding Wayne's political and social views. Wayne analyzes (and criticizes) the Times' editorial policy. Otis Chandler also asks about good hunting spots in Baja, which they discuss. Includes a somewhat cryptic memo from OC's assistant Freddie Miller to OC and "RSR" about an ultra-right-wing publication called Western Destiny [edited by Willis Carto]; the tie of this item to John Wayne is unclear.
Folder  49

West Magazine Discontinuation 1972

Eighteen pieces of correspondence from disappointed readers regarding the discontinuation of West Magazine. A couple of the letters have responses from Otis Chandler attached to them.
Folder  50

Wetzel, Maggie 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Maggie Wetzel [Mrs. Harry H. Wetzel], Executive President of The Amazing Blue Ribbon.
Folder  51

Weyrich, Paul M. 1978

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Paul M. Weyrich, of The Committee for the Survival of a Free Congress.
Folder  52

White II, Robert M. 1978 -1980

Three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert M. White II, Editor and Publisher of the Mexico Ledger. Also in this folder is a newspaper clipping about Chandler's divorce, and another letter from White to Chandler, but on MacArthur Memorial Foundation letterhead. In this letter he asks Chandler to define what Duty, Honor, Country meant to him. Chandler sends his response as an attachment to one of his letters
Folder  53

White House Fellows Program 1978

Correspondence and other items regarding the White House Fellows Program held on August 1, 1978.
Folder  54

White House Investigation 1971

Four memos pertaining to the White House investigation of the Times Mirror.
Folder  55

Widdis, Lawrence A. 1978 - 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Lawrence A. Widdis.
Folder  56

Wilchis, Frank R. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Frank R. Wilchis.
Folder  57

Wilkinson Jr., Roy 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Roy Wilkinson, Jr. Also in this folder is a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler.
Folder  58

Willens, Harold 1980

A memo to Otis Chandler, Tom Johnson and Bill Thomas, from Harold Willens. Also in this folder is an attachment to the letter of a photocopy of a New York Times article written by Willens.
Folder  59

Williams, A.R. 1977

A letter sent to Otis Chandler from A.R. Williams, recent Publisher of The Winnipeg Tribune, regarding a possible job opportunity for his stepdaughter, Laurel Gonzales. Also in this folder is a response letter to Williams from Freddie Miller.
Folder  60

Williams, Harold M. 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Harold M. Williams, Dean at the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Box  228

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Williams, Nick 1958-1970

Twenty-one memos of correspondence between Otis Chandler to Nick Williams regarding topics such as the five year outlooks, objectives, sports section, a major goof by Maggie and Jim Bellows, and his disappointment in West Magazine. Also in this folder is a memo from Freddie Miller and a memo to Mrs. Norman Chandler
Folder  2

Wilson, Pete 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Pete Wilson, Mayor of San Diego. Also in this folder is a memo to Freddie Miller from Louis B. Fleming.
Folder  3

Wilson, William A. 1977

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and William A. Wilson, Regent for University of California.
Folder  4

Wirtz, W. Willard 1966

A letter to Otis Chandler from W. Willard Wirtz, of the U. S. Department of Labor.
Folder  5

Woman of the Year 1961 - 1971

An eight page copy of a speech given at the 11th annual Woman of the Year awards. Also in this folder is a copy of the 1971 Woman of the Year program, with a memo attached to from Donna Swayze to Jim [Bellows].
Folder  6

Wood, Robert E. 1978 - 1980

Six items of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert E. Wood, of Minneapolis Star and Tribune Company. In the last letter sent by Wood, he is with Information Publishers, Inc. and attaches a copy of the press release of his promotion to the letter.
Folder  7

Woodcox, Pamela 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Pamela Woodcox.
Folder  8

Woods, Rose Mary 1969

Four items. Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Rose Mary Woods, Personal Secretary to President Richard Nixon; a note from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler; and a newspaper clipping about Woods' appointment.
Folder  9

Woolfall, Graham H. 1979

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Graham H. Woolfall, a consulting architect.
Folder  10

World Affairs Council 1973

A memo with a note attached to it of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Tony Day regarding the entertaining of potential visitors from the World Affairs Council.
Folder  11

World Research, Inc. 1980

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Catriona Tudor, Editor of World Research, Inc. Also in this folder is a note from Donna Swayze and a three page report about World Research, Inc. put together by the San Diego bureau.
Folder  12

Wright, Ben G. 1979

A letter to Otis Chandler from Ben G. Wright.
Folder  13

Wyman, Eugene L. 1966-1968

Three letters of correspondence. Two letters to Otis Chandler from Eugene L. Wyman, of the Law Offices of Wyman, Bautzer, Finell & Rothman, in which he forwards to Chandler a copy of a letter sent to Hedley Donovan, Editor-in-Chief of Time Magazine, from Mayor Sam Yorty. The second letter also has a Yorty attachment along with a photocopy of an article. The third letter is to Wyman from Freddie Miller.
Folder  14

Yeomans, Patricia Henry 1975 - 1978

Eleven letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Patricia Henry Yeomans [Mrs. Ed D. Yeomans, daughter of Bill Henry]. Also in this folder are numerous attachments that were sent by Yeomans regarding the Olympics and book publishing.
Folder  15

Yew, Lee Kuan 1967

A letter to Otis Chandler from Lee Kuan Yew, Prime Minister of Singapore.
Folder  16

Yorty, Sam 1966 - 1978

Eight items of correspondence in this folder. Two letters of correspondence between William F. Thomas [Bill Thomas] and Sam Yorty. A blind copy was sent to Otis Chandler. Yorty complains about not getting coverage on his television show and the fact that Otis Chandler stated that he missed him when Chandler saw him at a dinner. A letter, with an attachment, to Otis Chandler from Sam Yorty. A telegram to Otis Chandler from Sam Yorty. A press release two page press release from Sam Yorty's office with an attachment of his editorial cartoon about Chandler. A transcript of a commentary by Bill Bonds on KABC-TV. A transcript of the program Eleventh Hour News on KNBC-TV. A memo from Otis Chandler to Norman Chandler regarding a letter Yorty sent to Norman Chandler. The letter is attached along with a a two page photocopy of an article.
Folder  17

Young, A.S. Doc 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and A.S. Doc Young. Also in this folder are two notes of correspondence between Freddie Miller and William F. Thomas.
Folder  18

Young, Joseph 1978

A letter sent from Otis Chandler to Joseph Young in the Dispatch department, regarding his promotion. Also in this folder is a the Los Angeles Times Management Bulletin announcing the promotion.
Folder  19

Young Jr., Whitney M. 1967

Five items of correspondence regarding Whitney M. Young Jr. Items include two letters, a telegram and two notes.
Folder  20

Young Jr., Mrs. Whitney M. 1976

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Mrs. Whitney M. Young, Jr. [Margaret Buckner Young], regarding a Paul Conrad cartoon.
Folder  21

Younger, Evelle J. 1974 - 1978

Correspondence between Otis Chandler and Evelle J. Younger regarding an editorial entitled "The Only Proper Course for Reinecke" that was published in the Los Angeles Times regarding Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke. Also in this folder is a letter to Missy Chandler.
Folder  22

Yutzey, Joyce 1978

A letter to Frederica [Freddie] Miller from Joyce Yutzey, Assistant Coordinator, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Programs.
Folder  23

Ziff, Sid 1967

Two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Sid Ziff.
Folder  24

Zimmerman, Jack 1980

Letter from Jack Zimmerman, Assistant Secretary - Treasurer for the Associated Oregon Industries Foundation, Inc. regarding Chandler's keynote address at the Second-Biennial Business Reporting Conference held on February 29, 1980.
 

Speeches 1959-1987

Scope and Content Note

Speeches to various groups, including television interviews and conferences, arranged chronologically. Date range is 1959-1987.
Box  228

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  25

Interview undated

This is a thirty page transcript of an interview given by Otis Chandler. The date and the whom the interview was given to is unknown.
Folder  26

Foremen's Conference 1959

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Foremen's Conference on Tuesday, May 12, 1959.
Folder  27

Publisher's Acceptance Speech 1960

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Acceptance on April 11, 1960.
Folder  28

Whittier Union High School District Journalism Banquet 1960

Speech given by Otis Chandler at Whittier Union High School District Journalism Banquet entitled "Opportunities in Today's Metropolitan Newspapers" on June 1, 1960.
Folder  29

Foremen's Conference 1960

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Foremen's Conference on October 21, 1960.
Folder  30

Douglas Long Beach Management Club May Program 1961

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Douglas Long Beach Management Club on May 17, 1961. Also in this folder is a the event's program with handwritten notes.
Folder  31

Junior Achievement Dinner 1961

Speech given by Otis Chandler entitled "The Challenge of No Challenge," at the Junior Achievement Dinner on May 25, 1961.
Folder  32

Western States Advertising Agencies Association Media Relations Dinner 1961

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Western States Advertising Agencies Association Media Relations dinner on September 13, 1961. Also in this folder are two pages of excerpt from this speech and a letter to Howard Hoover, New York Magazine, from Otis Chandler's secretary, regarding her forwarding three copies of the speech to him.
Folder  33

Foremen's Conference 1961

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Foremen's Conference on September 29, 1961, entitled "Newspaper Potpourri."
Folder  34

Los Angeles Rotary Club Address 1961

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Los Angeles Rotary Club on October 6, 1961, entitled "In Defense of the Nation's Press."
Folder  35

Yale Club and USC Newspaper Day Addresses 1962

A Speech entitled "The Future of Metropolitan Newspapers in the United States" given by Otis Chandler at both the Yale Club on March 21, 1962 and at the USC Newspaper Day on March 31, 1962. Also in this folder is a memo which states that this speech will be used on three different occasion because it's intended for non-newspaper people.
Folder  36

Newspaper Personnel Relations Convention 1962

Speech given by Otis Chandler at the Newspaper Personnel Relations Conference in Los Angeles on June 28, 1962. Also in this folder is a clipping from the Los Angeles Times, Part 1, Friday, June 29, 1962 entitled "Automation Necessary, Otis Chandler Asserts," which is a short paragraph about the speech and the conference.
Folder  37

Sales and Marketing Executives Association Dinner 1962

Speech entitled "The Challenge of Publishing" given by Otis Chandler at the Sales and Marketing Executives Association meeting on September 5, 1962. Also in this folder is the Sales and Marketing Executives Association of Los Angeles' September 1962 bulletin, which is announcing Otis Chandler's upcoming appearance.
Folder  38

Foremen's Conference 1962

Speech entitled "The Challenge of Publishing" given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror Foremen's Conference on Friday, October 26, 1962. Also in this folder are four pages of editing suggestions.
Folder  39

USC Journalism Award Banquet 1962 - 1973

Two copies of Otis Chandler's acceptance speech given at the USC Journalism Awards Banquet on Tuesday, October 30, 1962. One of the copies is incomplete. Also included are newspaper clippings about the event, tickets and RSVP card, an invitation, a two page fact sheet, and three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Russell E. Ward [First Vice President, USC Journalism Alumni Association], regarding nominations for the 1973 awards. Attached to these letters are tickets to the event and a list of past recipients.
Folder  40

Editorial Awards Dinner 1963

A copy of Otis Chandler's speech given at the Editorial Awards Dinner on January 30, 1963. Also included are newspaper clippings about the event; a thank you note from a attendee; a head table seating chart; a letter from Edward J. Reap to Ralph W. Harrison [Biltmore Hotel Banquet Manager] confirming the banquet details; a letter sent by Ralph W. Harrison to Edward J. Reap confirming the banquet and its menu, attached to this letter is a memo from Edward J. Reap to Nick Williams; a letter from Nick William's to Edward J. Reap regarding the banquet program schedule; a draft of a letter addressed to "Tom" from Otis Chandler and Nick William's informing "Tom" about the creation of the annual Los Angeles Times Editorial Awards; and two copies of the outline for the awards dinner.
Folder  41

Newspaper Personnel Relations Association Convention 1963

Copies of speeches given by Otis Chandler and Robert Nelson at the Newspaper Personnel Relations Association in June 1963. Robert Nelson's speech is spiral bound. Also included in this folder are two memos regarding the reading of the speeches. One is addressed to "RLF" from "G" [George?], and the other to "George and Spence" from "RB".
Folder  42

Editorial Awards Dinner 1964

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler and by Nick Williams at the Editorial Awards Dinner on January 29, 1964. Also included in this folder is a list of entrants listed by entry categories; a newspaper clipping about the event; and eight thank you letters from attendees/winners with one including a response from Otis Chandler.
Folder  43

American Society of Newspaper Editors Convention 1964

Copy of a speech entitled "The Future of American Newspapering" given by Otis Chandler at the ASNE on April 17, 1964. Also included in this folder is a note stating "Press' Competition: 6/10/64".
Folder  44

Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting 1964

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler to shareholders on May 12, 1964.
Folder  45

Production Management Conference 1964

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Production Management Conference held at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles on June 8, 1964.
Folder  46

Annual Banquet of Sigma Delta Chi - Washington Chapter 1964

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Annual Banquet of Sigma Delta Chi, Washington Chapter, National Press Club in Washington, D.C on June 10, 1964.
Folder  47

San Francisco Investment Luncheon 1964

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the San Francisco Investment Luncheon on June 18, 1964. Also in this folder is a memo from Mrs. Norman Chandler [Dorothy "Buff" Chandler] regarding the suggested order of appearance of speakers for this luncheon, and a list of luncheon attendees.
Folder  48

Association for Education in Journalism Annual Convention 1964

Copy of a speech entitled "What is the Proper role of the Large Metropolitan Daily Newspaper in Today's Changing Environment?", given by Otis Chandler when he accepted the Annual Citation of Merit Award which was presented by the American Society of Journalism School Administrators at the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism in Austin Texas on August 28, 1964. Also included in this folder is a copy of The Journalism Educator quarterly journal, which features this speech given by Otis Chandler.
Folder  49

National Security Seminar 1964

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the National Security Seminar, held by the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, in San Bernardino on November 2, 1964.
Folder  50

Management Conference 1964

Two copies of a speech entitled "Management - Its Responsibilities and Its Future" given by Otis Chandler at the first meeting of the new, expanded Management Conference on November 13, 1964.
Box  229

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Publisher's Reception For New Employees 1964

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception For New Employees on November 24, 1964.
Folder  2

Service Awards Program 1964

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Service Awards Presentation on December 4, 1964. Also in this folder is a three page script for the floor podium.
Folder  3

Quest Club Dinner 1965

Copy of a speech outline given by Otis Chandler at the Quest Club Dinner in Bakersfield on March 10, 1965.
Folder  4

Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting 1965

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 11, 1965.
Folder  5

Chrysler and American Motors Panel Discussion 1965

Three copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at a meeting with Chrysler and American Motors on June 2-3, 1965. The speeches vary a little. Also in this folder are 3 letters. One to Lee Hills, Detroit Free Press, in regards to obtaining back the copy of the speech that Otis Chandler had given him, since it was the only copy which contained additions and changes made at the last minute. The other two letters are correspondence between Otis Chandler and James S. Lyon, Executive Vice President and General Manager of The Observer, regarding Otis Chandler's speech and meeting.
Folder  6

NAEA-CNAEA Convention 1965

"Seven copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the NAEA-CNAEA [Newspaper Advertising Executives Association - California Newspaper Advertising Executives Association] Convention in San Diego, California on June 24, 1965. Four of the copies are in a form of a pamphlet. The other three are stapled copies. Also included in this folder is a pamphlet detailing the events of the convention; a letter from Robert C. Pace, Secretary-Treasurer of NAEA, to Vance Stickell with a copy of the NAEA Digest attached to it; a letter from Clair B. Otis, 2nd Vice President of NAEA, to Otis Chandler thanking him for his participation at the convention; a letter from Clair B. Otis to Fenton Palmer, Zone Advertising Manager for the Los Angeles Times, informing Palmer of individuals that have been asked to be members of the Program Committee; three pages of correspondence between Clair B. Otis and Otis Chandler pertaining to Otis Chandler being asked to speak, Otis Chandler accepting the invitation, and Clair B. Otis thanking Chandler for accepting; two letters of correspondence between John S. Knight, President and Editor of the Akron Beacon Journal, regarding a request for a copy of Otis Chandler's speech and Otis Chandler's response by sending him two copies; a letter to Bernard P. Gallagher of The Gallagher Report Inc., from Otis Chandler in which he sends him a copy of his speech; three pieces of correspondence between Thomas V.H. Vail of The Plain Dealer, and Otis Chandler regarding Otis Chandler's speech, the third piece of correspondence is actually addressed to Charles T. Lipscomb, Jr. of the Bureau of Advertising, and that letter has a CC to Otis Chandler; two letters of correspondence between Harold Tucker, Vice President of Cresmer, Woodward, O'Mara & Ormsbee, Inc., regarding the speech; and two letters of correspondence, one from Seymour L. Linfield of The Diebold Group, Inc., to Otis Chandler requesting a copy of the speech, and a response from Otis Chandler's secretary RSR, sending him a copy on Otis Chandler's behalf."
Folder  7

Sutro & Company Seminar 1965

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Sutro and Co. Seminar on California Corporations in Los Angeles on Wednesday, October 27, 1965. Also in this folder are the invitation and the program for this seminar.
Folder  8

Standard & Poor's Business Forum 1965

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Standard & Poor's Business Forum Meeting in New York City on November 17, 1965. Also in this folder is a letter to Fred A. Stahl, President of Standard & Poor's Corporation, from Norman Chandler regarding sets of questions that are to be asked at the meeting, which are attached to this letter; the meeting's agenda and another copy of the set of questions.
Folder  9

Service Awards Program 1965

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Service Award Program on December 2, 1965.
Folder  10

Ford and General Motors Panel Discussion 1965

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Bureau of Advertising, American Newspaper Publishers Association Annual Detroit Automotive Meetings with Ford Motors Company and General Motors Corp. on December 7, 1965 and December 8, 1965. Also included in this folder is a booklet containing the biographies of speakers and attendees.
Folder  11

New York Society of Security Analysts Luncheon 1966

Two copies each of speeches given by Norman Chandler and Albert V. Casey at the New York Security Analysts Luncheon on Tuesday, January 11, 1966. Also in this folder is a memo from Dennis C. Stanfield regarding questions that will be asked at the luncheon; a memo from Paul Bertness regarding the outline of the luncheon; and a document entitled "Nation's Top Ten Newspapers in Circulation."
Folder  12

Editorial Awards Banquet 1966

Four copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Editorial Awards Banquet on Friday, January 21, 1966. Three of the copies are typed. However one of them has hand written notes. The 4th copy is hand written. Other items in this folder include a list of awards and honors won in 1965 by Los Angeles Times Staffers; a memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler regarding what kind of speech to give; a copy of the banquet's schedule, and a head table seating chart.
Folder  13

Jewish Federation Council Annual Meeting 1966

Four copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Jewish Federation Council on Sunday, January 23, 1966. Two of the copies are drafts. Attached to the draft is a memo from Freddie Miller informing Otis Chandler on pertinent facts about the luncheon. Other items in this folder include are a copy of the Heritage Southwest Jewish Press and a newspaper clipping that refer to the award presented to Otis Chandler by the Jewish Federation Council.
Folder  14

United Civil Rights Council Annual Banquet 1966

"A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the United Civil Rights Council's annual banquet on Friday, March 25, 1966. Other items in this folder include a memo from Freddie Miller informing Otis Chandler that he has been chosen to receive an award from the United Civil Rights Council because of Watts coverage; a newspaper clipping about the banquet; a brochure for the United Civil Rights Council; and a one page summary of the United Civil Rights Council's background. "
Folder  15

Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting 1966

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting on May 10, 1966. One of the copies has handwritten notes. Other items in this folder include two invitations, one sent out by Norman Chandler and the other by Otis Chandler; a two page check list for the meeting; an itinerary for the meeting; a note card with the agenda of the meeting printed on it; a fifty-three page three ring bound summary of the meeting; a seven page document entitled "Opening of the Meeting"; two copies of a memo from Freddie Miller to Walter Africa regarding the Annual Meeting preparations; a three page memo from Albert V. Casey to Otis Chandler regarding the Annual Meeting and the Executive Conference which includes the two day schedule; a one page fact sheet for Norman Chandler with a photocopy of an article attached; a nine page fact sheet for Otis Chandler; a memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Booth regarding the Annual Meeting Preparation; a memo from Otis Chandler to Nick Williams regarding the Times Mirror Company Executive Conference; six letters and three memos sent out by Otis Chandler requesting attendance to the Annual Meeting; a page of thirteen questions of possible floor questions asked of Otis Chandler; a two page outline of the Report to Directors to be given by Otis Chandler; a one page summary of what was covered in last year's speech; the first page of Otis Chandler's speech; and a four page transcript of the article the Los Angeles Times printed about the Annual Meeting, attached to it is a copy of the newspaper article.
Folder  16

Times Mirror Company Executive Conference 1966

"A copy of a speech entitled "The Los Angeles Times and the Newspaper Industry" given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror Company Executive Conference on Wednesday, May 11, 1966. Other items in this folder include are a memo from Otis Chandler to Nick Williams regarding the conference; two list of attendees to the Annual Meeting and the Executive Conference, one is two pages, includes titles and has handwritten notes on the backside; an itinerary for the Executive Conference for May 11, 1966; a four page memo from Paul Bertness to Mrs. Norman Chandler regarding his comments on the Annual Meeting and the Executive Conference; an itinerary for both days of the conference; a newspaper clipping from the Wall Street Journal about the meeting; half a sheet of paper regarding the details about transportation to the meeting; and two page yellow pad pages with hand written notes, also attached to these pages is a piece of paper also with handwritten notes on it. "
Folder  17

Times Mirror Company Editorial Discussion Panel 1966

Two five page copies of a speech entitled "Our Future: Expansion and Innovations" given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror Company Editorial Discussion Panel at the Executive Conference on Thursday, May 12, 1966.
Folder  18

American Society of Newspaper Editors Convention 1966

Copy of a speech entitled "What's Happening to Weekend Newspapers?" given by Otis Chandler at the ASNE on May 18, 1966. Also included in this folder is a two page itinerary; a two page attendance list; and four pages of correspondence in which one of them has a two page photocopy of an article as an attachment.
Folder  19

Management Conference Annual Meeting 1966

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Management Conference Annual Meeting on Monday, June 6, 1966. One of the copies has red underlining and hand written notes.
Folder  20

Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations Annual Meeting 1966

Two variations of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations on Wednesday, June 8, 1966. Attached to one of the speeches is a fact sheet on the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations. Also included in this folder is a note from "SPC" to Freddie Miller regarding request for copies of the speech; ten letters written to Otis Chandler commenting on his speech, two are negative, two offer suggestion on how he can address the problems he stated in his speech and six are letters of praise, attached to one of the praise letters is a copy of a response letter from Otis Chandler; a program from the meeting; a copy of "News & Views on Human Relations" the Commission on Human Relations of Los Angles County newsletter; a one page fact sheet on the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations; newspaper clippings regarding Mayor Sam Yorty's loss in the elections and his attack on the Los Angeles Times and Otis Chandler regarding Chandler's speech; two pieces of correspondence between Mrs. Meyer Price Stern, Chairman of the Commission on Human Relations, and Otis Chandler, in which Stern thanks Chandler for attending and Chandler thanks Stern for being invited; four letters of correspondence between Rabbi Alfred Wolf and Otis Chandler regarding inviting Chandler to be the guest speaker, accepting the invitation to be guest speaker, and congratulations on winning the Pulitzer; attached to these last letters is a letter from John A. Buggs, Executive Director of Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations, expressing his delight in Chandler accepting the invitation to be guest speaker and he also relays information about the actual event.
Folder  21

Publisher's Reception for New Employees 1966

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception for New Employees on Tuesday, June 14, 1966. One of the copies has handwritten notes. Also included in this folder is a note from Robert L. Flannes attached to a page recapping the attendance of the reception; a copy of the agenda; a memo from Bob Groundwater to Otis Chandler regarding information regarding attendees that Chandler requested; a memo from Otis Chandler to Otis Booth regarding the details of the reception; and a memo from Rex Barley to Freddie Miller informing Miller he will be out of town for the reception.
Folder  22

Meet the Press Appearance 1966

A 22 page transcript from Otis Chandler's appearance on Meet the Press on July 10, 1966. Also in the folder is a transcript from a previous appearance on March 13, 1966 and a thank you letter from Lawrence E. Spivak from Meet the Press.
Folder  23

Council for Periodical Distributors Association Annual Convention 1966

A copy of a speech entitled "Why A Newspaper in an Electronic Era" given by Otis Chandler at the Annual Convention of Council for Periodical Distributors Association on Wednesday, November 2, 1966. Also included in this folder is a memo from Freddie Miller to Paul Bertness regarding possible trade coverage of the speech.
Folder  24

Lovejoy Convocation (1 of 2) 1966

"(Split into two folders.) Two copies of a speech entitled "Why A Newspaper in an Electronic Era" given by Otis Chandler at the Lovejoy Convocation on November 10, 1966. The copies vary a bit. Also included in this folder is a book entitled "Elijah Parish Lovejoy: A Remembrance"; a letter from Dwight E. Sargent, Harvard University Nieman Foundation for Journalism, informing Otis Chandler that he is sending him extra copies of the issue of Nieman Reports in which his speech was reprinted; a two page reprint of the speech from an unknown source; a three page reprint of the speech from the Nieman Report; two newspaper clippings regarding the event; a note from Morris Gelman, Broadcasting, sending a clipping from their periodical; a brochure-like note from Jim Mill, Western Manager of Advertising Age, sending clippings of the event to Otis Chandler; a letter and clippings from Steward V. Lancaster, Executive Editor of Pace Magazine, to Otis Chandler sending him an abridge copy of Chandler's speech; two pieces of correspondence from Richard N. Dyer, Assistant to the President of Colby College, one letter accepting offer of material to display and attached are clippings about the event, and the other letter about confirming Otis Chandler's acceptance of the award, with an attached announcement of the event; a memo from Otis Chandler to Nick Williams regarding a write up about the award, with a copy of the article attached; four pieces of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Richard Dyer, Assistant to the President of Colby College, regarding scheduling, requesting biographical material and photographs, and confirming arrival of said items; four pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert E. L. Strider, President of Colby College, regarding informing Otis Chandler of his award and the rescheduling of the original date; a poster of the event; a page from a journal with a write up and a photograph of the event; two pieces of correspondence between John Golenor Gavin of Constructora Palo Alto, S.A., and Otis Chandler complimenting Chandler and the paper since he took over and Chandler thanking him for his compliments; a copy of The Times Mirror Company Progress; and two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and John Jewett Garland, congratulating each other on honors awarded to them around the same time. "
Box  230

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Lovejoy Convocation (2 of 2) 1966

"(Split into two folders.) Two copies of a speech entitled "Why A Newspaper in an Electronic Era" given by Otis Chandler at the Lovejoy Convocation on November 10, 1966. The copies vary a bit. Also included in this folder is a book entitled "Elijah Parish Lovejoy: A Remembrance"; a letter from Dwight E. Sargent, Harvard University Nieman Foundation for Journalism, informing Otis Chandler that he is sending him extra copies of the issue of Nieman Reports in which his speech was reprinted; a two page reprint of the speech from an unknown source; a three page reprint of the speech from the Nieman Report; two newspaper clippings regarding the event; a note from Morris Gelman, Broadcasting, sending a clipping from their periodical; a brochure-like note from Jim Mill, Western Manager of Advertising Age, sending clippings of the event to Otis Chandler; a letter and clippings from Steward V. Lancaster, Executive Editor of Pace Magazine, to Otis Chandler sending him an abridge copy of Chandler's speech; two pieces of correspondence from Richard N. Dyer, Assistant to the President of Colby College, one letter accepting offer of material to display and attached are clippings about the event, and the other letter about confirming Otis Chandler's acceptance of the award, with an attached announcement of the event; a memo from Otis Chandler to Nick Williams regarding a write up about the award, with a copy of the article attached; four pieces of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Richard Dyer, Assistant to the President of Colby College, regarding scheduling, requesting biographical material and photographs, and confirming arrival of said items; four pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Robert E. L. Strider, President of Colby College, regarding informing Otis Chandler of his award and the rescheduling of the original date; a poster of the event; a page from a journal with a write up and a photograph of the event; two pieces of correspondence between John Golenor Gavin of Constructora Palo Alto, S.A., and Otis Chandler complimenting Chandler and the paper since he took over and Chandler thanking him for his compliments; a copy of The Times Mirror Company Progress; and two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and John Jewett Garland, congratulating each other on honors awarded to them around the same time. "
Folder  2

Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Convention 1966

A copy of a speech entitled "Why A Newspaper in an Electronic Era" given by Otis Chandler at the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association on November 15, 1966. Also included in this folder is a clipping from the November 19, 1966 Ad Age, which discusses Otis Chandler's speech; four pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Edward L. Gaylord, Executive Vice President of Oklahoma Publishing Company, requesting Otis Chandler as speaker, Otis Chandler accepting, Edward L. Gaylord thanking Otis Chandler for accepting, traveling to make the speech, and apologizes for the turnout [three of the letters are attached along with a memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler, as a refresher about the presentation]; a newspaper clipping regarding the speech; memos between Otis Chandler and Nick Williams regarding ideas on what to right the speech about; a letter to Edward L. Gaylord, Executive Vice President of Oklahoma Publishing Company, from Freddie Miller requesting additional information about the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association for Otis Chandler for preparation of the speech; and a two page letter from Claude V. Capers, Manager in the Labor Relations Department at the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, in which he sending the information requested.
Folder  3

Women of the Year Awards Presentation 1966

Three copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Women of the Year Awards on Monday, December 12, 1966. One has red markings, another the last page is missing. Also included in this folder is a list of the women being awarded.
Folder  4

Service Awards Program 1967

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the 1966 Service Awards honoring three employees who have completed 45 years of service . The copies vary a bit. Also included in this folder are invitations, one handwritten the other printed with envelope; a three page document comparing the 1965 and 1966 ceremonies; a two page memo from Fred Cheuvront to Robert L. Flannes regarding service anniversaries and eligible employees for the award; a one page itinerary of the event; and three pages from the speech that announce the recipients of the award.
Folder  5

Publisher's Reception for New Employees 1967

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception for New Employees on Tuesday, January 24, 1967. One of the copies has red markings. Also included in this folder is an agenda; a memo from Otis Chandler regarding the reception; a list of to whom the memo is to be sent to; another copy of the memo, however this one is addressed to Rex Barley and has a note from Otis Chandler attached to it. Chandler is informing Barley that he is aware that he will not be attending the reception, but he is still passing this memo along for the information of his employees.
Folder  6

Marlborough School Assembly Program 1967

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Marlborough School on Wednesday, February 8, 1967. One of the copies has a cover sheet.
Folder  7

San Francisco Security Analysts Presentation 1967

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at before San Francisco Security Analysts on February 21, 1967. Also in this folder a memo to Freddie Miller from Paul N. Bertness regarding the speech; a letter from Richard A. Holman, Publisher, The Wall Street Transcript, to Otis Chandler informing him that his speech was selected for reprint and attached a copy of the reprint; a four page document regarding the 1966 Highlights of the Times Mirror Company; and a copy of a speech (in a pamphlet) given by Albert V. Casey, President, The Times Mirror Company, entitled "The Knowledge Industry: Today and Tomorrow."
Folder  8

Times Pressmen Address 1967

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at before Times Pressmen on March 12, 1967 regarding union membership.
Folder  9

"Just No More Please" 1967

A copy of a speech delivered by Otis Chandler in May 1967. It is unknown where it was given.
Folder  10

Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting 1967

Copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Annual Meeting on May 9, 1967. Also included in this folder is a three page program schedule with a note attached to it from Paul N. Bertness to Otis Chandler; a list of questions and answers about the Los Angeles Times; a list of questions and answers about Publishers Paper Company; handwritten notes about satellite plants; two copies of scripts of the meeting; a copy of the speech given by Albert V. Casey; two copies of the invitation sent to employees that were shareholders, attached to them is a memo from Robert L. Flannes to Management Personnel advising them to allow employee shareholders to attend the meeting; a memo from Robert F. Erburu regarding proxy statements, with a copy of the statement attached to the memo; and a letter inviting Otis Chandler to the meeting sent by Norman Chandler, its signed "Dad."
Folder  11

Columbia University Journalism Day 1967

Material related to a acceptance speech given by Otis Chandler at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism's Journalism Day Luncheon on June 5, 1967. He was presented with the Columbia Journalism Award. Items in this folder are two copies of a press release put out by Columbia University's News Office about the award; two items of correspondence between Grayson Kirk,President, Columbia University, and Otis Chandler; two items of correspondence, one a letter and the other a newspaper clipping with a message typed on it, between Arthur S. Wenzel and Otis Chandler, Otis Chandler thanks Arthur S. Wenzel for congratulating him on the award; four congratulatory letters to Otis Chandler with a note attached stating that although the letters aren't initialed, they have been read; a letter from Edward W. Barrett, Dean, Columbia University, regarding some of the remarks Otis Chandler made and also to forward him a copy of the citation; a letter from Otis Chandler to Edward W. Barrett, thanking him for the award; a leaflet from the American Newspaper Publishers Association mentioning the award; a newspaper clipping from Oakland's Tribune; a one page fact sheet on Columbia University; a copy of a telegram from Edward W. Barrett to Otis Chandler informing Otis Chandler of the award; two letters of correspondence between Edward W. Barrett and Otis Chandler confirming the date of the luncheon, attendance and the last minute details; and a letter from Mrs. Winifred Doble, Conference Assistant to the Dean, Columbia University, to Otis Chandler requesting names and address of people that Otis Chandler may want present at the luncheon.
Folder  12

San Jose State College Commencement Address 1967

Three copies of a speech entitled "The Great Race: Survival" given by Otis Chandler at the San Jose State College Commencement on June 5, 1967. Items in this folder are a letter to Mrs. Murial K. Lorenz, Administrative Assistant to the President, San Jose State College, from Freddie Miller, regarding requested reprints; a memo from Otis Chandler to Art Seidenbaum, requesting ideas for speech; a thank you letter from Robert D. Clark, San Jose State, to Otis Chandler; a newspaper clipping from the San Jose Mercury regarding the speech; a letter, with an invitation attached, from George W. Milias, Chairman, California Legislature Assembly committee on State Personnel and Veterans Affairs, to Otis Chandler, sending his regrets on not being able to attend the reception in honor of Otis Chandler; a thank you letter from Mrs. Murial K. Lorenz, Administrative Assistant to the President, San Jose State College, to Freddie Miller, also discussing the reception honoring Otis Chandler; four letters stapled together of correspondence between Mrs. Murial K. Lorenz, Freddie Miller, Robert D. Clark, and Otis Chandler, regarding details about Otis Chandler's biographical information and statistics for academic regalia; a newspaper clipping from the Oakland Tribune announcing Otis Chandler's speech; and a memo from Freddie Miller to Irving Bengelsdorf regarding an article he wrote which is the basis of Otis Chandler's speech.
Folder  13

Claremont Men's College Public Affairs Forum 1967

Three copies of a speech entitled "The Credibility Gap" given by Otis Chandler at the Claremont Men's College Public Affairs Forum on November 2, 1967. Other items in this folder are a newspaper clipping about the speech from the Claremont Courier; a thank you letter from George C.S. Benson, President of Claremont Men's College; a thank you letter from Stanton P. Welsh; two letters from Tom Skiles, Director of Public Relations at Claremont Men's College, one is an introduction letter and the other a thank you letter; a memo from Freddie Miller providing Otis Chandler with background information about the College; two items of correspondence between Peggy Gonzales of the Claremont Courier, and Otis Chandler regarding the article written about him; a letter to Freddie Miller from Tom Skiles regarding a schedule change; two letters of correspondence between Robert L. Emett, President of Emett & Chandler, and Otis Chandler about possibly making an appearance at the Claremont Colleges, two letters from W.F. Moore, Assistant to the President of Claremont Men's College, acknowledging Otis Chandler acceptance to appear at the colleges and also requesting a photograph and biographical information; and a pamphlet announcing the speakers for the ninth annual offering of the Public Affairs Forum.
Folder  14

Publisher's Reception for New Employees 1967

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception for New Employees on Tuesday, November 7, 1967. Other items in this folder include a transcript of the slideshow that was presented; a copy of the program sequence; two copies of a memo sent out from Otis Chandler regarding the reception and the list of the executives that the memo is to be sent to.
Folder  15

Young President's Organization Meeting 1967

Items related to a speech that Otis Chandler gave at the Young President's Organization Meeting on November 8, 1967. Items in this folder included two copies of a memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler, Nick Williams, Robert Gibson and Ed Guthman, regarding the details of the event; the meeting notice; a memo from Paul Bertness to Loren Hibler regarding staff duty details; two memos of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Charles I. Schneider, regarding praises about the event and possibility of Otis Chandler's membership; a memo from Charles I. Schneider to Nick Williams, Bob Gibson and Ed Guthman, in regards to pamphlets about the organization he is sending to them along with the memo; a memo from Mrs. Norman Chandler [Dorothy "Buff" Chandler] to Charles I. Schneider, regarding her approval of hosting a Young' President's Organization event.
Folder  16

Sigma Delta Chi Annual Convention 1967

Three copies of a speech, entitled "The Greater Responsibility" given by Otis Chandler at the Sigma Delta Chi Annual Convention on Thursday, November 16, 1967. One of the copies has a cover sheet. Other items in this folder include a bag full of newspaper clippings; a telephone message from Professor Stephen Slingsby of Cal State College [Cal State Los Angeles]; two letters of correspondence between John V. Lindsay and Otis Chandler, regarding thank yous and whether a copy of the speech was sent to members of the Commission on Civil Disorder; five letters of thank yous and praises about the speech, one letter has attached a response from Freddie Miller; six pieces of correspondence requesting a copy of the UCLA readership study that Otis Chandler mentioned in his speech, two of the letters are responses to the inquiries; two letters of correspondence with John Cowles, Jr., Editor of the Minneapolis Tribune, in which Otis Chandler asks for a copy of the introduction that John Cowles, Jr. wrote, and John Cowles, Jr. responds and attaches a copy of the introduction; two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Felix R. McKnight, Co-Publisher and Editor of the Dallas Times Herald, a piece he just wrote regarding Otis Chandler's speech; two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Russell E. Hurst, Executive Officer of Sigma Delta Chi, in which a certificate of appreciation is being sent; a letter from Lyle L. Erb, Editor of Seminar, to Otis Chandler, asking for permission to reprint the speech and Freddie Miller responding in a separate letter stating it was fine and sent to Lyle L. Erb a copy of the speech and a glossy photograph of Otis Chandler; two copies of Seminar in which the speech was reprinted in; handwritten notes on a manila folder, only half the folder is included; a letter to Leonard Inskip, of the Minneapolis Tribune, from Freddie Miller regarding speeches, biographical information and photographs requested; a letter from Dale A. Jensen, Chairman of the Promotion Committee of the Sigma Delta Chi National Convention, requesting an advanced copy of the speech, and a letter from Freddie Miller in response stating that its not standard policy to send out advanced copies of the speech, but that Otis Chandler would have many on hand to distribute; five letters of correspondence between Bernie Ridder, Publisher of St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press, and Otis Chandler regarding his possible accommodations while in town; a letter from Stuart Baird, Office of Information Services at Macalester College, offering transportation services; two letters from Robert M. White II, Editor and Publisher of Mexico Evening Ledger, thanking him and providing brief details about the speech requirements; four pages of handwritten notes of the speech; and a one page trip itinerary.
Folder  17

Women of the Year Awards Presentation 1967

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Women of the Year award ceremony on December 11, 1967. Also included in this folder is a promotion schedule; handwritten notes on a piece of paper; a two page outline of presenters; a three page list of past women of the year who are attending the presentation; a six page list of award winners listed by category; a note to Freddie [Miller] listing the wives of the city official that are attending; a nine page list of previous winners; a note to Freddie Miller with the information on her Woman of the Year and instructions on what to do with her; a list of the 1967 Women of the Year honorees and their hostesses; and a seating chart listing the introducer, the honoree and their hostess.
Folder  18

Service Awards Program 1967

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Service Awards program on December 13, 1967. Also included in this folder is a photocopy of a handwritten "Actual Time" schedule for the 1966 awards; a memo from Fred Cheuvront to Freddie Miller regarding the auditorium seating plan; a handwritten note to Freddie Miller from Richard S. Robinson; two memos from Fred Cheuvront to Robert L. Flannes, one regarding service awards and ceremony for executives and the other regarding the program outline; a memo from Otis Chandler to Management Personnel informing them of allowing awardees to leave early; a memo from Helen Brown listing the 1968 retirements; an outlined program for the 1967 service awards; a seating chart.
Folder  19

Speeches By Others 1968

Three speeches delivered in 1968 by James Russell Wiggins, Sherman B. Chickering, and Al Neuharth. The speech given by Neuharth has two letters of correspondence attached to it between Neuharth and Otis Chandler.
Box  231

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Stanford University Distinguished Alumnus Address 1968

Three copies of a speech entitled "Can We Believe Washington" given by Otis Chandler at the Distinguished Alumnus Lecture at Stanford University on March 4, 1968. Also included in this folder are two copies of Seminar, A Quarterly Review for Newspapermen, which reprinted the speech; a copy of the Stanford Alumni Almanac which includes a reprint of the speech; twenty-four original and photocopies of newspaper clippings about the speech; a three page tentative schedule; two copies of a two page tentative schedule revised on 2/16/68; a dinner guest list with hand writing on it; a memo from Jeff Littleboy, Associate Editor for News and Publication Service at Stanford University, asking for an advance copy of the speech; a thank you letter from Clifford F. Weigle, Executive Head at Stanford University, thanking Otis Chandler for the visit, attached to the letter is the response letter from Otis Chandler; two letters of correspondence between Clifford F. Weigle and Freddie Miller, regarding the possibility of Otis Chandler holding seminars with students; three letters of correspondence, two are from Lyle L. Erb, editor of Seminar, in which he requests a copy of the speech and the other letter is a thank you letter, and the third letter is Freddie Miller responding and providing a copy of the speech; a memo from Robert C. Lobdell to Otis Chandler asking him is he is considering publishing his speech; three congratulatory letters; nine items of correspondence requesting copies of the speech, five letters are request, the other four of the letters are response letters attached to the request; a thank you letter from Ross Williams, an attorney, in regards to the receipt of a copy of the speech; a letter from Herbert Brucker, Director of Professional Journalism Fellowships at Stanford University, in regards to the speech topic and he also sends him a copy of an article; thirteen letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler, Freddie Miller and Lyle M. Nelson, Director of University Relations at Stanford University, regarding the details of the trip and the speech; and eight letters of correspondence to Otis Chandler, regarding the day of the speech and his responses to them.
Folder  2

Sutro and Company Seminar 1968

Two copies and a draft of a speech given by Otis Chandler at Sutro and Company seminar on March 22, 1968. Also in this folder a letter from Felix Juda, of Sutro & Co., thanking him for presenting and a response from Otis Chandler; and a suggested outline memo from Mrs. Norman Chandler [Dorothy Chandler].
Folder  3

Los Angeles Society of Financial Analysts Presentation 1968

Two copies and a draft of a speech given by Otis Chandler to the Los Angeles Society of Financial Analysts on April 4, 1968. Also in this folder two letters of correspondence between Kenneth E. Gerhardt, President of The Los Angeles Society of Financial Analysts, and Otis Chandler in which they thank each other.
Folder  4

Western States Advertising Agencies Association Annual Award Testimonial Luncheon 1968

Five copies of a speech entitled "Have I Ever Lied To You? (With Apologies To Art Buchwald)" given by Otis Chandler to the Western States Advertising Agencies Association on April 5, 1968. Two of the copies are reprints from California Publisher. Also in this folder is an introduction by Vance Stickell; eight congratulatory letters, two of them have responses from Otis Chandler; two letters from Robert E. Brandson, President of the Western States Advertising Agencies Association, one thanks Otis Chandler for his time and provides details about the reception, and the other is notifying Otis Chandler that he has been chosen as their Man of the Year; a letter to Freddie Miller from Ruth Oreck, Executive Secretary at Western States Advertising Agencies Association, providing information about the head table; two different copies of Westword, the official publication of the Western States Advertising Agencies Association; an invitation for the 1967 awards luncheon; an invitation for the awards ceremony honoring Otis Chandler, along with a memo from John Gall to Van Stickell listing 14 names and it also has handwritten notes. nine newspaper and magazine clippings regarding the award; three Western Union congratulatory telegrams; and a phone message taken by Freddie Miller.
Folder  5

Rotary Club of Pasadena Meeting 1968

A note is in the file that states "No speech prepared. OC [Otis Chandler] spoke ad lib with a Q & A session following." The note is signed "f" [Freddie Miller]. Also in this file are two letters; a letter from Richard G. Davidson, Program Chairman of the Rotary Club of Pasadena, confirming a phone conversation regarding the speech and also requesting biographical information. The other letter is from Freddie Miller to Richard G. Davidson, responding to his request.
Folder  6

Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting 1968

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 22, 1968. Also included in this folder is an invitation to the meeting; two copies of the official agenda; a two page check list; three copies of a five page corporate attendance list, however one of them has a Management Conference Agenda attached to it, and the other has the Management Conference and Annual Meeting Schedule attached to it.; a thirteen page meeting script; a tentative agenda for the afternoon session; a luncheon list; a copy of the revised program; a draft copy of the remarks by Albert V. Casey; a letter from Robert F. Erburu to Otis Chandler informing Chandler of the meeting; a memo from Edward J. Reap to Paul Bertness regarding his absence from the meeting and the slide show presentation; two memos from Mrs. Norman Chandler [Dorothy "Buff" Chandler] to Richard S. Robinson regarding the Sun Company, the Orange Coast Publishing Company and 1967 Annual Report; a one page document regarding legalities regarding the Sun Company; and a memo from Robert D. Nelson to Mrs. Norman Chandler [Dorothy "Buff" Chandler] regarding the 1967 Annual Report.
Folder  7

Management Conference Annual Banquet 1968

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Management Conference Annual Banquet on Tuesday, June 11, 1968. One of the copies is underlined in red and has hand written notes scribble on it. Also in this file is a two page copy of the agenda and a reminder notice from Milt Goldwasser regarding Banquet reservations.
Folder  8

Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Membership Luncheon 1968

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce on Friday, June 14, 1968. Also in this file is a flyer for the luncheon; a thank you letter from Henry T. Segerstrom, Segerstrom Industrial District; two pieces of correspondence, the first a letter from Dom Flamm, Southern California Public Relations Manager of Philco-Ford Corp., praising Chandler on his speech and also forwarding him a brochure, and the second letter is Chandler's response letter thanking Flamm for the praise and the brochure; four items which consist of three memos or correspondence between Freddie Miller and Ted Weeger regarding the possibility of Otis Chandler being speaker, and the fourth item is a letter is a letter from Ben Paschall, Manager of the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce, thanking him accepting the invitation to be a speaker and also providing information about the city and the organization; and two items, one is a letter from Ben Paschall to Freddie Miller regarding the head table seating arrangement, and the second item is the actual head of table seating arrangement list.
Folder  9

Meet the Press Appearance 1968

There is no copy of a speech in this file. Only correspondence regarding Otis Chandler's appearance on Meet the Press on August 3, 1968. Six letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Lawrence E. Spivak, of Meet the Press, regarding travel arrangements and details about the program, also a letter informing Chandler that the show was well received; a letter to Lawrence E. Spivak from Freddie Miller, informing him where he can purchase clips which he inquired about in a letter to Otis Chandler; two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Henry "Hank" Rieger, Director of Press and Publicity at the National Broadcasting Company, Inc., regarding press photos from the show; and two pieces of correspondence between Libby Martini and Otis Chandler, in which Libby Martini praises Otis Chandler on his appearance and he thanks her.
Folder  10

Publisher's Reception for New Employees 1968

Five copies of the speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception for New Employees on Tuesday, September 24, 1968. They are all in different formats and one is actually only a paragraph from the speech. Also in this folder is a two page copy of the speech given at the November 7, 1967 Publisher's Reception. It's attached to two identical memos, that are addressed to Dan Moore and Vance Stickell; a two page list of the number of invitations sent out, number that accepted and the number that actually attended from each department; an outline of the program sequence, its all marked up with red ink; three notes; and an eight page transcript of the slide cues from the presentation.
Folder  11

Polytechnic School Gym Dedication 1968

A copy of the speech given by Otis Chandler at the Polytechnic School Gym Dedication on October 11, 1968. Also in this folder is a thank you letter from David K. Robinson, President of the Board of Trustees at Polytechnic School; a two page memo to Dan Moore from Jan Rouse, Director of Development at Polytechnic School, which provides further information about the gym for Otis Chandler's speech; a thank you letter from Janet Rouse; four items of correspondence, between James N. Gamble, Vice President of the Board of Trustees at Polytechnic School, and Otis Chandler, which discuss the invitation to speak, Otis Chandler's acceptance, planning details and thank yous; a page detailing Vietnam war costs; handwritten notes about the audience on a ruled sheet of paper; and the program of the event.
Folder  12

Women of the Year Awards Presentation 1968

A copy of the speech given by Otis Chandler at the Women of the Year Presentation on Monday, December 9, 1968.
Folder  13

Service Awards Program 1968

A copy of the speech given by Otis Chandler at the 1968 Service Awards on December 11, 1968. Also in this folder is a script of the event.
Folder  14

Speeches By Others 1969

Two speeches delivered in 1969 by Bill Moyer and Frank Stanton. There are two copies of Stanton's speech; one is on CBS letterhead and the other is in a pamphlet.
Folder  15

Editorial Awards Banquet 1969

A copy of the speech given by Otis Chandler at the Editorial Awards on February 3, 1969.
Folder  16

David Susskind Show Appearance 1969

A copy of the transcript for the David Susskind Show in which Otis Chandler appeared on February 16, 1969. Also in this folder are seven pieces of correspondence: a thank you letter from Jean Kennedy, Producer of The David Susskind Show, to Dan Moore; a thank you letter from David Susskind; a letter of praise from Mrs. Art Buchwald [Ann Buchwald] and a response letter from Otis Chandler; a memo from Jean Kennedy in which she is sending Otis Chandler a photograph, and a thank you response letter to Jean Kennedy from Otis Chandler; and a letter from Jean Kennedy in which she is sending a transcript of the show.
Folder  17

Colorado Press Association Convention 1969

Four copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Colorado Press Association Convention on February 21, 1969. Four of the copies are in pamphlet form. Also in this folder are twenty-three letters of correspondence, which included two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Palmer Hoyt, Editor and Publisher of the Denver Post, in which Hoyt is sending Chandler tear sheets and Chandler response with a thank you letter; two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Harold Willens, President of Factory Equipment Supply Corporation, requesting copies of the speech and Chandler informing him there weren't enough printed; eight letters of correspondence in which six are inviting Otis Chandler as guest speaker and two Otis Chandler accepts; seven letters and two note cards of correspondence, seven items in which congratulate Otis Chandler on a great speech and two Otis Chandler response with thank yous; a thank you letter from Ken Johnson, General Manager of the Daily Sentinel; and a letter from Hal Hall, Owner and Manager of the Red Mountain Lodge, in which he criticizes Otis Chandler's speech.
Folder  18

The Times vs. Television 1969

Two items of correspondence in this folder regarding a presentation to Harrison Chandler who was concerned that The Times was not responsive to the competition of television news. A note to Otis Chandler from Freddie Miller and a memo from Otis Chandler to Norman Chandler, Franklin D. Murphy, Albert V. Casey, Robert F. Erburu, and Dennis Stanfill. Also in this folder are two copies of "The Times vs. Television: Is The Times Obsolete?" and also a spreadsheet and two graphs.
Folder  19

California Council for the Social Studies Annual Convention 1969

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the California Council for the Social Studies Annual Convention on March 21, 1969. Also in this folder is a memo from Abe Kotin to Dan Moore, to inform him of his impression of Otis Chandler's visit; three pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and different representatives of Denoyer-Geppert Company, to Abe Kotin, Editor of Student Outlook at the Los Angeles Times, regarding an upcoming meeting, material for the presentation and a response thank you letter from Otis Chandler in regards to their assistance offer.
Folder  20

Reiss-Davis Recognition Awards Dinner 1969

Three copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Reiss-Davis Recognition Awards Dinner, hosted by the Reiss-Davis Child Guidance Clinic, on March 26, 1969. Also in this folder are two invitations to the event; a newspaper clipping dated 03/17/07 announcing the award; a memo from Dan Moore regarding a list of table guest; a letter from Miss Trude Feldman, on Sands of Los Angeles letterhead, along with an attached article from the Bnai Brith Messenger, also attached is a memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler; two letters and a telegram sending their regrets in not being able to attend the dinner; a thank you letter from R. Stan Avery regarding the copies that were sent to him, attached to this letter is a memo from Freddie Miller to Otis Chandler; four congratulatory letters; thirty congratulatory letters and corresponding responses; a copy of a letter to Jackson Long, Regional Vice President of Sales and Service at United Air Lines, from Otis Chandler's Administrative Aide, in which several copies of the speech are being sent as requested; two thank you letters from Reiss-Davis Child Study Center, one having an attached response letter from Otis Chandler; a two page letter from Leonard S. Janofsky, of the Law Offices of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky, & Walker, to inform Chandler how impressed he was with the speech; and three letters responding to three letters received by Otis Chandler, in which he is informed that the Reiss-Davis Child Guidance Clinic is asking his friend to become sponsors. In the response letters, Chandler apologizes and informs his friends that he is not pleased with the way that this dinner is developing.
Box  232

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

University of Maryland Distinguished Lecture Series 1969

Three copies of a speech entitled "The View From A Publisher's Window" given by Otis Chandler at the University of Maryland Distinguished Lecture Series on April 17, 1969. One of the copies appears to be from book in which the speech appears in Chapter Four. Also in this folder are two event programs; a three-hole punched page with hand written notes; a letter from Ed Reap to Dick Robinson [Richard R. Robinson] which discusses the proof of the speech from the University of Maryland; the proof of the speech from the University of Maryland; four items which included two letters to Otis Chandler inviting him to be speaker, a response letter from Freddie Miller, and a telegram confirming the receipt of Freddie Miler's letter and acceptance to be speaker; four items of correspondence with Richard W. Lee, Chairman of the Distinguished Lecture Series at the University of Maryland, in which he confirms time and dates with Otis Chandler, a response letter from Freddie Miller informing Mr. Lee of other things Chandler has scheduled that day, a letter from Richard R. Robinson to Richard W. Lee regarding the proofs, and a letter thanking and informing Otis Chandler how the series went; three items of correspondence between Dr. Ray E. Hiebert, Professor and Head of the Department of Journalism at the University of Maryland, in which he thanks Chandler for accepting the offer to be speaker, sends him photographs of the event, and Otis Chandlers responds with a thank you letter.
Folder  2

Robert Finch Introduction 1969

Two copies of a introduction speech given by Otis Chandler at the American Society of Newspaper Editors on April 18, 1969. Also in this folder is a letter to Robert H. Finch, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, from J. Edward Murray, Program Chairman for the American Society of Newspaper Editors, in which he thanks Mr. Finch for his appearance and includes a hand written note to Otis Chandler which states "Excellent job on the introduction."
Folder  3

University of Missouri Honor Award Banquet 1969

Three copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the University of Missouri, upon receiving the Honor Award for Distinguished Service in Journalism, on May 9, 1969. One of the copies has attached a sheet of paper with hand written names and and the introduction to the speech. Also in this folder is a copy of the University of Missouri-Columbia Bulletin which features the awards; a copy of the weekly events booklet put out by the University of Missouri's School of Journalism; two copies of Seminar: A Quarterly Review for Newspapermen by Copley Newspapers, which includes a copy of the speech; two pieces of correspondence between Lee Hills of the Detroit Free Press and Otis Chandler, in which they copies of each other's speeches; a memo from Dan Moore to Donna Swayze regarding information about arrival times and accommodations; three congratulatory letters; a letter of praise from Fairfax M. Cone, a one-time medalist at the University of Missouri; two letters of correspondence between William B. Blankenburg, Professor at the University of Wisconsin and Freddie Miller, regarding information on the speech; two copies of a two page letter from Earl English, Dean of the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri, informing Otis Chandler that he has been selected this years honoree, attached to the original letter are three memos (two which duplicates) discussing the time schedule; a telegram from Earl English requesting a biography of Otis Chandler, a response letter from Freddie Miller is attached to the telegram; a telegram from Earl English requesting acknowledgment of the letter he sent informing Otis Chandler of being an honoree; two items of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Earl English in which they discuss copies of the speech being sent to the University; four letters of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Earl English in regards to a copy of the acceptance speech that is to be used in a bulletin, two of the letters have a copy of the acceptance speech attached; a letter from Robert M. White, II, Editor and Publisher of the Mexico Evening Ledger, in which he forwards to Otis Chandler a copy of the Montana Historical Society mailing and also commends him for a job well down; three items of correspondence, along with a copy two page copy of Otis Chandler's itinerary, between Freddie Miller and Robert M. White II regarding Otis Chandler's resume and the possible changes that need to be made to it; two letters of correspondence between Robert M. White II and Otis Chandler, in which one of the letters has attached a copy of a letter sent to Earl English and a copy of the Otis Chandler citation.
Folder  4

Publisher's Reception for New Employees 1969

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception for New Employees on May 13, 1969. Also in this folder is a note from Bob Groundwater to Dan [Moore], in regards to a draft of a memo that is going out to Otis Chandler and his executive family; a copy of the reception's schedule; and a list of names that Otis Chandler's memo should be distributed to.
Folder  5

Times Mirror Company Annual Meeting 1969

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Times Mirror's Annual Meeting on May 28, 1969. Also in this folder are three additional pages to the speech which were not delivered; a memo from Robert l. Flannes, reporting minority employment; a copy of the invitation and registration card with a note attached from Norma A Dugan to Freddie Miller; a letter from Eugene C. Pulliam, Publisher of the Phoenix Republic and Gazette, regarding the timeliness of the speech topic; a memo from Freddie Miller to Paul Bertness regarding the format of the invitation, which includes two attached examples; seven pages of possible questions from stockholders; two pages of excerpts from the speech; two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Harry J. Reed, Editor of The Pontiac Press, in which Reed request a copy of the speech and Chandler sends him two versions of the speech; a copy of the agenda; a three page story about Sam Yorty; a note from Dennis C. Stanfill regarding questions about the profit from the Sun Company sale; a letter from Robert F. Erburu, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Times Mirror, notifying Otis Chandler of the meeting and also attaches a list of who will be attending the meeting and luncheon; a memo with a six page attachment from Bert R. Tiffany to Otis Chandler, Robert D. Nelson and Vance Stickell, regarding the circulation figures; a memo from Paul N. Bertness to Dr. Franklin D. Murphy, in which he attaches three documents: auditorium seating chard, program and estimated timing; and diagram of the exhibit area; a six page document listing questions that may be asked; a copy of the thirteen page copy of the meeting's script; a memo from Robert C. Lobdell to Nick Williams and James Bassett, which has attached a Summons and Complaint, regarding the case of Harry Schackman Complaint for Libel.
Folder  6

KABC Press Conference 1969

Documents which pertain to an appearance that Otis Chandler made on KABC's Press Conference on August 7, 1969. Items in this folder include six newspaper clippings; a thank you letter from Robert N. Feldman, Producer at KABC-TV; a note stating two calls came in regarding the Press Conference appearance; a note of praise from Ann Jardine [Mrs. Sinclair Jardine]; a letter of praise from C.N. Parker, Executive Vice President of Junior Achievement; a congratulatory letter from Comte de Berard; a letter of praise from Frederic A. Chase, a former L.A. Times reporter; two copies of a letter from Freddie Miller to Lynn Gates of KABC, Channel 7, informing Gates of topics that Otis Chandler cannot discuss; and a letter from Robert Feldman to Freddie Miller confirming Otis Chandler's appearance.
Folder  7

Boston Analyst's Meeting Presentation 1969

Documents which pertain to a speech that Otis Chandler gave at the Boston Analyst's Meeting on August 25, 1969. Documents in this folder include a letter is from Shaker A. Khayatt, of H.N. Whitney, Goadby & Company, telling Otis Chandler what a pleasure it was seeing him and that he looks forward to seeing him at a meeting in October; a letter in which Otis Chandler's response to the previous letter by thanking him and apologizing for not being able to visit Off-Network Productions; and a three page memo from Otis Booth Jr. which provides an outline of Forest Products.
Folder  8

New York Society of Security Analyst Presentation 1969

Documents which pertain to a speech that Otis Chandler gave at the New York Society of Security Analyst (NYSSA) on October 2, 1969. Documents in this folder include a letter from Richard A. Holman, Publisher of The Wall Street Transcript, in which he notifies Otis Chandler that his speech was selected to be reprinted; a two page list of questions from H.N. Whitney, Goadby & Company; a page from the Standard Listed Stock Reports about Times Mirror; a note of handwritten notes; a copy of a note from Robert Erburu addressing two questions and answers; five pages of possible questions that may be asked at the NYSSA; two copies of a two page outline of Otis Chandler's presentation; a letter from Dennis C. Stanfill, Vice President, Finance and Treasurer of Times Mirror, to James F. Chambers, Jr., President and Publisher of The Times Herald Printing Co., regarding questions possibly asked about the loss of cigarette advertising; a memo from Dennis C. Stanfill regarding the appearance of Alvah Chapman and Lee Hill of Knight Newspapers attendance at the meeting; six attached items which included a memo to Freddie Miller from Jacquiline Harris regarding the attached documents, a program outline, Franklin D. Murphy's presentation outline, and a three page outline of Albert V. Casey's presentation; a page listing the 1968 Newspaper Business Total Figures; two pieces of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Joan E. Berger, of Equity Research Associates, Inc., in which a report she is forwarding about the Los Angeles Times and Otis Chandler responds with a thank you letter; two pieces of correspondence between Shaker A. Khayatt, H.N. Whitney, Goadby & Company, and Otis Chandler, in which Khayatt praises and thanks Chandler and Chandler responds also with praises; a two page copy of Standard & Poor's Outlook of Opportunities in Newspaper Stocks; a two page reprint of the speech from The Wall Street Transcript; four pages of statistics about the advertising, newsprint consumption and and circulation; and four legal size pages of double-sided handwritten notes with a note from Dennis C. Stanfill attached.
Folder  9

The Adcraft Club of Detroit Luncheon 1969

Six copies of a speech that Otis Chandler gave to the Detroit Adcraft Club on Friday, October 3, 1969. Two of the copies included an introduction. Also included in this folder are two copies of a newspaper clippings from The Detroit News; a copy of The Adcrafter; five pieces of correspondence between Robert D. Nelson, Watts Wacker, Senior Vice President of D.P. Brother & Company, and John L. Scolaro, Senior Vice President of Cresmer, Woodward, O'Mara & Ormsbee, Inc., regarding Otis Chandler accepting the invitation to be speaker; a belated letter of praise from Peter B. Clark, President and Publisher of The Evening News Association; two pieces of correspondence between Lee H. Wilson, Executive Secretary of The Adcraft Club of Detroit, and Freddie Miller, confirming Otis Chandler's acceptance, discussion about biographical information and accommodations; two pieces of correspondence with John L. Sterling, Vice President of Newspaper 1, in which Sterling praises Chandler, and Chandler responds with a thank you letter; two pieces of correspondence with Theodore H. Mecke, Jr., Vice President of Public Affairs at Ford Motor Company,in which Mecke praises Chandler and Chandler responds with a thank you letter; two pieces of correspondence with John L. Scolaro, in which Scolaro forwards Chandler a story about the speech, and Chandler responds with a thank you letter; two pieces of correspondence with Lee H. Wilson, in which Wilson forwards a copy of The Adcrafter, and Chandler responds with a thank you letter; two pieces of correspondence with Susan Schneyer, Associate Producer of The Lou Gordon Program, in which he is invited to appear, but Chandler responds with a letter declining, also attached to these letters is memo from Gordon Phillips to Freddie Miller with information about the show; two pieces of correspondence with John L. Scolaro, dealing with suggestions for the speech, and Chandler responds with a thank you letter, also attached to these letters is a note from Don Maldonado informing that the memo came from the regular Detroit mail to the advertising people.
Folder  10

KNBC News Conference 1969

"Two copies of the transcript of Otis Chandler's appearance on KNBC's News Conference on November 29, 1969. There is also a copy of a second part of the script that was aired after the last commercial break. Also included in this folder are a two page memo from Robert F. Erburu to Franklin D. Murphy and Albert V. Casey, discussing the meaning of Otis Chandler's statement, right before the show ended, in regards to newspaper's ownership of television stations; a memo from Gordon Phillips to Edward J. Reap, presenting KNBC News Conference's latest audience evaluation, this memo has a note attached to it; a letter from Paul B. Sonnenthal offering advice on how to make change to situation that Otis Chandler discussed during the interview; a note of praise from Marty Hansen, in which he also sends a clipping from his local newspaper; a note of praise from Mark Davidson, in which he also sends his resume; and, thirty letters, one telegram and three notes of praise."
Folder  11

Women of the Year Awards Presentation 1969

Three copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Women of the Year Awards on December 8, 1969. Also included in this folder is a two page program of the event.
Folder  12

Israel Bond Dinner 1969

A copy of an introduction given by Otis Chandler at the Israel Bond Dinner on December 10, 1969. He served as Honorary Chairman. Also included in this folder are three letters from Eugene L. Wyman, of the Law Offices of Wyman, Bautzer, Finell, Rothman & Kuchel, which he thanks Chandler for consenting to be the Honorary Chairman, sends him a copy of the invitation, and a copy of a typical letter requesting certain individuals to serve on the dinner committee; a letter from Otis Chandler to Eugene Wyman, informing him that Missy [Marilyn Brant Chandler] will be attending the dinner; and a memo from Freddie Miller, informing Chandler that he has three introductions to make at the dinner, but no speech.
Folder  13

Service Awards Program 1969

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Service Awards on December 10, 1969. Also included in this folder is a two page copy of the program; a two page memo from Fred Cheavront to Freddie Miller about the details of the ceremony; a four page memo from Fred Cheavront to Robert L. Flannes, regarding the program outline.
Folder  14

Speeches By Others 1970

Three speeches delivered in 1970 by Eugene C. Pulliam, Kingman Brewster Jr., and John H. Colburn.
Folder  15

Publisher's Reception for New Employees 1970

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Publisher's Reception for New Employees on January 27, 1970. Also included in this folder are a two page memo from Edward J. Reap to Richard S. Robinson, possible new and different approaches with the presentation. Attached to this memo is a note from Richard S. Robinson to Otis Chandler, providing a summary of the memo.
Folder  16

Cate School Commencement Address 1970

Four copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Cate School Commencement Exercises on June 6, 1970. One of the copies includes an introduction. Other items included in this folder are three letters of correspondence with Frederick F. Clark, Headmaster at The Cate School, in which Clark ask Chandler to be speaker, Chandler accepts, and Clark thanks him and sends him information; two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Al Neuharth, Executive Vice President and General Manager of The Gannett Newspapers, in which Chandler sent him a congratulatory letter on his new position, and Neuharth replies with a thank you and a request for a copy of the speech; two letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Peter McBean, in which McBean congratulates Chandler on a great speech and also asks Chandler to make a contribution to the school, and Chandler replies with a thank you and informs him that a contribution is not possible at this time.
Folder  17

Science Research Associates Tape Interview 1970

Correspondence pertaining to a tape recording Otis Chandler participated in on June 22, 1970. The recording was part of an educational tape series called Phase Blue created for college freshmen English classes by Science Research Associates, Inc. Items included in this folder are a brochure of Phase Blue; a copy of Straus Editor's Report; letters from Carroll F. Edwards, Editor at Science Research Associates, Inc.,which are as follows: a letter requesting a signed release regarding the remarks being used in the video; a four page letter of sample interview questions, with a page of notes attached; and a thank you letter.
Folder  18

Management Conference 1970

Correspondence pertaining to a speech Otis Chandler gave at the Management Conference on September 9, 1970. Items included in this folder is a Note to File from JW, stating that the speech that Otis Chandler gave was "off the cuff speech and presentation regarding his hunt in Outer Mongolia."; a thank you letter from the Officers and the Executive Committee; a thank you letter from Anthony Young, Jr.; and a thank you letter from Tony Young [Anthony Young, Jr.] to Freddie Miller.
Folder  19

Santa Monica Rotary Club Meeting 1970

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Santa Monica Rotary Club on September 18, 1970. Other items included in this folder are letters from C. Deane Funk, Publisher of the Evening Outlook, in which he request Chandler to be a speaker, provides details, and a thank you letter for agreeing to speak; two response letters from Otis Chandler to Deane Funk.
Folder  20

Women of the Year Awards Presentation 1970

A copy of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Women of the Year Awards on December 7, 1970.
Folder  21

Speeches By Others 1971

Two speeches delivered in 1971 by Stanley I. Tannenbaum and Joe Busch.
Box  233

Publishers - Chandler, Otis

Folder  1

Temple Beth Am Public Affairs Program 1971

Four copies of a speech, entitled The News Media - Virtuous or Venal?, given by Otis Chandler at the Temple Beth Am's Sights and Sounds of the '70's Series on January 12, 1971. One of the copies includes an introduction, and the other has cut up pages, which is explained in a "Note to File" that states that the original copy was cut up and repasted to create two Dallas speeches that were held on September 11, 1974, they are both contained in this folder and should remain here, however there is a separate folder for each speech. Other items in this folder include a thank you letter from Eugene Saber, M.D., on behalf on himself and the members of the Temple Beth Am congregation; a copy of the Temple Beth Am newsletter entitled "Olympian", a confirmation letter with a copy of the brochure attached from Mrs. Jacob Pressman [Marjorie Pressman]; a thank you letter from Rabbi Jacob Pressman, of the Temple Beth Am; three letters of correspondence between Otis Chandler and Rabbi Pressman in which Pressman asks Chandler to be a speaker, Chandler accepts and Pressman thanks Chandler.
Folder  2

Service Awards Program 1971

Two copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Service Awards on January 13, 1971. One of the copies includes an introduction. Other items in this folder include a memo to Freddie Miller from Fred Cheuvront informing her of the information he will be providing her with in the next few days; a four page memo to Robert L. Flannes from Fred Cheuvront, which outlines the program; a two page memo to Loren Hibler, Walt Finke and Spencer Price, regarding microphones; a three page memo from Fred Cheuvront regarding notes to be discussed with Freddie Miller; a four page document, one depicting the stage seating and the other three pages are Robert J. Groundwater's script; a two page memo to Freddie Miller from Fred Cheuvront, regarding the arrangements for the ceremony; and ten pages of notes that helped to create the speech.
Folder  3

Oregon Press Conference 1971

Four copies of a speech given by Otis Chandler at the Allen Memorial Lecture before the Oregon Press Conference on February 19, 1971. Other items in this folder include three copies of the Oregon Publisher, January, February and March; a letter from Carl C. Webb, Manager of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association Inc., requesting the title of the speech, copies of the speech and Chandler's travel itinerary; a thank you letter from Carl C. Webb; a letter to Freddie Miller from Carl C. Webb regarding transportation arrangements and possible weather problems, this letter has notes attached to it of correspondence between Freddie Miller and Donna Swayze; a pamphlet about the Eric W. Allen Memorial Fund; a note from Freddie Miller informing Chandler of possible activities; a letter from Freddie Miller to Carl C. Webb, in which she forwards a photograph of Chandler; a letter to Freddie Miller from Carl C. Webb in which Webb request biographical information, a photograph and a speech subject; a letter from Carl C. Webb informing Chandler of his appreciation for accepting the invitation; a letter to Carl C. Webb in which Chandler accepts the invitation; a letter from Carl C. Webb inviting Chandler to be the lecturer; an Oregon Press Conference leaflet; a letter from Robert W. Chandler, Editor of The Bulletin, informing Otis Chandler that he and his wife will not be able to attend; a letter from Robert D. Clark, President of the University of Oregon, informing Chandler how delighted he is that he accepted the invitation to speak; a letter from A.D. Addison, Publisher of The News-Review, requesting Chandler to address the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce; a letter to A.D. Addison informing him that the invitation is appreciated, but it will not be possible to address the Chamber of Commerce; a letter from A.D. Addison thanking Chandler for the consideration.