Paul Klee collection
The papers of Paul Klee contain telegrams, clippings, reports, photographs, correspondence and memorabilia related to his reporting for WDCR and UPI on Dartmouth College and the Civil Rights Movement in Chattanooga, the John F. Kennedy assassination, Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign and the flooding of White River Junction, Vermont, in 1964. A cassette tape recording of a WDCA interview with the Mayor of Chattanooga, TN is also included. Reel-to reel recordings related to civil rights issues between 1963 and 1964 can also be found here.
- 1961 - 1964
- Klee, Paul, b. 1944 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
.12 linear ft. (2 boxes)
Language of Materials
Paul Klee (b. 1944 ), documentary filmmaker. Dartmouth College Class of 1966. The collection consist of reports, photographs, articles, clippings and a cassette tape documenting Klee's reporting for WDCR and UPI on the civil rights movement, JFK's assassination, Barry Goldwater's presidential campaign and the flooding of White River Junction, Vermont in 1964.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Notes for Cataloger
White River Junction, Vermont flooding 1964; Barry Goldwater (1909-1998) WDCR radio station UPI (United Press International) John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) assassination (1963) Chattanooga, Tennessee Civil Rights Movement Dartmouth College
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