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Guide to the Victor S. Navasky Papers TAM 594

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

Collection processed by Jan Hilley, with the assistance of Mary Corcoran, Heather Mulliner, and Giana Ricci

This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on June 25, 2018
Description is in English using Describing Archives: A Content Standard

 Edited by Heather Mulliner to include 2016 accession. Edited by Heather Mulliner to include 2017 accession  , November 2016 , April 2017

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Source - dnr: Kreitner, Richard, 1990-
Title: Victor S. Navasky Papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1902-2015
Dates [bulk]: 1950-2013
Abstract: Victor Navasky, highly regarded journalist, editor, author and educator, is best known for his close association with The Nation, America's longest continuously published weekly magazine. He was its editor from 1978-1995, publisher and editorial director from 1995-2005, and is now publisher emeritus. He has also written a number of award-winning books and contributed articles and reviews to numerous magazines and journals. Navasky is Professor of Journalism and Director of the George Delacorte Center for Magazine Journalism at Columbia University and serves as Chairman of the  Columbia Journalism Review. The collection provides a broad view of Victor Navasky's life, his interests, and his work. It contains many items of a personal nature such as school and military records, family correspondence, and photographs. Biographical articles, interviews and resumes are included, along with materials reflecting the history of  The Nation and Navasky's association with the magazine. His books, articles, essays, plays, and speeches are represented, along with extensive research, intermediate writing products, and other related items. Materials drawn from his continuing career at Columbia University, as well as a large series of varied subject files, form a significant part of the collection. There is a small audio-visual series containing, for example, audio recordings of a number of interviews Navasky conducted for his book,  Naming Names, and an event honoring I.F. Stone on his 80th birthday.
Quantity: 117 Linear Feet in 108 record cartons, 2 manuscript boxes, 4 flat boxes, and 4 small media boxes
Quantity: 14.2 Gigabytes on 2 floppy disks, 3 DVD-Rs, and 1 zip disk
Quantity: 14 videocassettes
Quantity: 57 Cassettes
Quantity: 51 Photographic Slides
Location: Materials are stored offsite and advance notice is required for use. Please contact tamiment.wagner@nyu.edu at least two business days prior to research visit.
Call Phrase: TAM 594