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Sales (Ephraim) Collection of Tapes and Transcripts of Interviews by Roy Newquist
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Description
Roy Newquist (b.1925) was a copy supervisor for various advertising agencies in Minneapolis and Chicago (1951-63), a literary editor for Chicago's American and a critic for the New York Post (1963). He also hosted a radio program called Counterpoint, WQXR, New York. His published books include Counterpoint (1964) and Conversations (1967). The collection consists of audiotape recorded interviews and documentation related to interviews of various authors and entertainers conducted by Newquist.
Background
Newquist was born July 25, 1925 in Ashland Wisconsin; attended Marquette University (1943-46) and University of Wisconsin (1946-49); copy supervisor for various advertising agencies in Minneapolis and Chicago, 1951-63; became literary editor for Chicago's American and a critic for the New York Post in 1963; hosted a radio program called Counterpoint, WQXR, New York; published books include Counterpoint (1964) and Conversations (1967).
Extent
10 Linear Feet (20 boxes)
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