Guide to the Jack Olsen Papers
1950-1968

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Olsen, Jack
Title: Jack Olsen papers
Dates: 1950-1968 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 15.75 linear feet (43 containers)
Collection Number: Ax 322
Summary: Jack Olsen was an American author and journalist who wrote thirty-one books and is said to have set the standard for the crime writing genre. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, manuscript drafts and notes, source materials, reviews, and audiotapes from the early 1950s through the 1960s. The monograph series contains manuscript drafts and completed manuscripts for three of Jack Olsen's books: Black is Best, The Climb Up to Hell, and I'll Take Baseball. It also includes materials related to Over the Fence Is Out, a humorous book about his childhood that he published under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades, and works related to two unpublished novels. Most of the articles were written while Olsen was a staff member of Sports Illustrated.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

Internationally known journalist Jack Olsen was born in Indianapolis in 1925. As a young boy, his family moved to Upper Darby, Philadelphia where his father managed semiprofessional baseball. Olsen discovered his passion for writing while he was a student of engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Once out of college, Olsen served in OSS during WWII before moving westward to California in the late 1940s to embark on a lifelong path of writing for a living.

Jack Olsen's journalist career began when he was hired as a reporter for the San Diego Journal. His early work writing for the San Diego Journal and then Washington D.C. Daily News, New Orleans Item, and Chicago Sun Times earned him a reputation for being both tough and trustworthy. Olsen's newspaper work revealed an interest and an ability to investigate just about everything, but even his early work reveals his fascination with the intriguing and complex stories of true crime.

Jack Olsen made the switch from newspaper to magazine journalism in 1956. He was hired as a correspondent at the Chicago bureau of Time Magazine in 1956 and was made chief correspondent there one year later. Then in 1959 he transferred to Time's New York City office. The following year he moved again, taking a position at Sports Illustrated as a writer and associate editor. Soon after, Olsen was appointed a Sport's Illustrated senior editor.

At Sports Illustrated, Jack Olsen's writing ranged from bridge to boxing to baseball, always seeking out the part of each story that was less about the technical specifics of each particular sport and more about finding the emotional substance that could connect his subject personally to his audience. In addition to the above periodicals, Olsen's work has been published in Vanity Fair, People, Paris Match, Readers Digest, Playboy, Life, Fortune, The New York Times Book Review and others. His magazine journalism appears in thirteen anthologies and has won him numerous awards.

Jack Olsen's career moved from magazine article writing to book writing in the late 1960s. Since he made this switch, he has developed a career as an award-winning author of thirty-one books published around the world. Olsen has been said to set the standard for the crime writing genre. Many of Olsen's books confront difficult subjects such as rape and murder; subjects that tend to get sensationalized. Yet Jack Olsen's commitment to substantive in-depth investigative journalism has enabled him to avoid sensationalism and arrive at carefully documented pieces used frequently in University criminology courses. Even though most of his career has been devoted to figuring out the incomprehensible world of crime, his favorite of the books he has published is The Climb Up to Hell. This book chronicles the devastating story of two teams of two Germans and two Italians who attempted to climb the formidable north wall of the Eiger Mountain.

Content Description

The Jack Olsen Papers are a rich resource for researchers interested in the diverse range of subjects Jack Olsen wrote about from the early 1950s through the 1960s. This collection also offers a rare opportunity to trace individual pieces of writing from their genesis to their published product. Jack Olsen has carefully preserved the notes, source materials and multiple drafts of much of his early work. This is especially true for the monographs series where the writing process of Olsen's book-length projects Black is Best, The Climb Up to Hell, and I'll Take Baseball is documented.

The Jack Olsen Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, manuscript drafts and notes, source materials, reviews, and audiotapes. For the most part, the collection is arranged according to the original organization imposed by the author. The collection is divided into the following series: Correspondence, Monographs, Articles and Short Stories, Jack Olsen News Reportage, Jack Olsen Ideas and Concepts, Audiotapes, Photographs, and Oversize Material.

The Correspondence Series is arranged chronologically and is largely comprised of letters between Jack Olsen and Tom Sancton, a close friend Olsen met while working at the New Orleans Item.

The Monograph Series is arranged alphabetically. Within this series a researcher can find notes, source materials, manuscript drafts and completed manuscripts for three of Jack Olsen's published books: Black is Best (a biography of Cassius Clay), The Climb Up to Hell (an investigation of the deadly 1957 climb of a four man international team up the north face of Eiger, a mountain in the Swiss Alps) and I'll Take Baseball (an autobiography of Buzzie Bavasi written with Olsen's assistance). The series also includes materials related to Over the Fence is Out, a humorous book about his childhood Olsen published under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades, and work related to two unpublished novels.

The Articles and Short Stories series, also arranged alphabetically, is comprised of notes, source materials, manuscript drafts and published articles written by Jack Olsen. Most of the articles in this series were written while Olsen was a staff member of Sports Illustrated.

The Jack Olsen News Reportage series, arranged chronologically, traces Olsen's early days as a newspaper reporter. This series is mostly comprised of original and copied versions of the articles Jack Olsen wrote in the period from 1950 to 1959, although some notes and source materials are included.

The Sound Recordings series, arranged alphabetically first by monograph and then by article, comprises taped conversations used as source materials for much of Olsen's work. The series begins with a fascinating collection of 34 reels of taped conversations with Cassius Clay and members of his family, and continues with tapes for The Climb Up to Hell, I’ll Take Baseball, and tapes for various articles.

The Photographs series archives an impressive collection of photographs and slides used by Olsen to write The Climb Up to Hell. The series also contains amusing on-the-job photographs of Jack Olsen's days in the Chicago bureau of Time Magazine.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Collection includes sound recordings or moving images to which access is restricted. Access to these materials is governed by repository policy and may require the production of listening or viewing copies. Researchers requiring access must notify Special Collections & University Archives in advance and pay fees for reproduction services as necessary.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Jack Olsen Papers, Ax 322, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Correspondence
  • Monographs
  • Articles and short stories
  • Jack Olsen news reportage
  • Jack Olsen ideas and concepts
  • Photographs
  • Sound recordings
  • Oversize material

Acquisition Information :  

The collection was a gift of Jack Olsen in 1968.

Bibliography :  

    Complete list of Jack Olsen’s books published as of June 2000:

  • Alphabet Jackson. Playboy Press, 1974. (Fiction)
  • Aphrodite: Desperate Mission. Putnams, 1970. (History)
  • Better Scramble Than Lose. Four Winds Press, 1969. (Biography)
  • The Black Athlete: A Shameful Story. The Myth of Integration in American Sport. Time-Life Books, 1968. (Sports)
  • Black is Best: The Riddle of Cassius Clay. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1967. (Sports)
  • The Bridge at Chappaquiddick. Little, Brown and Co., 1970. (History)
  • Bridge is My Game. (with Charles Goren). Doubleday, 1965. (Games)
  • Charmer: A Ladies' Man and His Victims. Morrow, 1994. (True Crime)
  • The Climb Up to Hell. Harper & Row, 1962. (Sports)
  • Cold Kill: The True Story of a Murderous Love. Atheneum, 1987. (True Crime)
  • Doc: The Rape of the Town of Lovell. Atheneum, 1989
  • The Girls in the Office. Simon & Schuster, 1972. (Sociology)
  • The Girls on the Campus. Pocket Books, 1974
  • Give a Boy a Gun. Delacorte Press, 1985. (True Crime)
  • Hastened to the Grave: The Gypsy Murder Investigation. St. Martin's Press, 1998
  • Have You Seen My Son? Atheneum, 1982. (Fiction)
  • The Mad World of Bridge. Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1960. (Games)
  • The Man with the Candy. The Story of the Houston Mass Murders. Simon and Schuster, NY, 1974
  • Massy's Game. Playboy Press, 1976. (Fiction)
  • The Misbegotten Son: A Serial Killer and His Victims. Delacorte Press, 1993
  • Missing Persons. Atheneum, 1981. (Fiction)
  • Night of the Grizzlies. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1969. (Ecology)
  • Night Watch: A Novel. Times Books, 1979. (Fiction)
  • Over the Fence is Out. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1961. (A childhood memoir under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades)
  • Predator: Rape, Madness, and Injustice in Seattle. Delacorte Press, 1991. (True Crime)
  • Salt of the Earth. St. Martin's Press, 1996. (True Crime)
  • The Secret of Fire 5. Random House, 1977. (Fiction)
  • Silence on Monte Sole. Putnam, 1968; Bantam, 1969. (History)
  • Slaughter the Animals, Poison the Earth. Simon & Schuster, 1971. (Ecology)
  • Son: A Psychopath and His Victims. Atheneum, 1983
  • Sweet Street: The Autobiography of an American Honkytonk Scene. Ballantine Books, 1974
Processing Note :  

Collection processed by staff.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Inventory
Container(s)
box
folder
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Series I:  Correspondence
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 2 Personal letters 1953-1961
1 3 Personal letters 1961-1967
1 4 Letters from Tom Sancton 1954-1958
1 5 Letters from Tom Sancton 1958-1961
1 6 Sports Illustrated career
1 7 Publishing business
1 8 Career as an editor

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Series II:  Monographs
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 9 Correspondence: Black is Best
1 10 Original research: Black is Best, A-C
1 11 Original research: Black is Best, C-E
1 12 Original research: Black is Best, E-O
1 13 Original research: Black is Best, P-S
1 14 Original research: Black is Best, T-Z
1 15 Published source material: Black is Best
1 16 Published source material: Black is Best
1 17 Notes: Black is Best
1 18 Notes: Black is Best
1 19 Notes: Black is Best
1 20 Notes: Black is Best
1 21 Notes: Black is Best
1 22 Notes: Black is Best
1 23 Notebooks: Black is Best
1 24 Original newspaper articles: Black is Best
2 1 Published source material: Black is Best
2 2 Published source material: Black is Best
2 3 Published source material: Black is Best
2 4 Published source material: Black is Best
2 5 Published source material: Black is Best
2 6 Published source material: Black is Best
2 7 Published source material: Black is Best
2 8 Published source material: Black is Best
2 9 Published source material: Black is Best
2 10 Published source material: Black is Best
2 11 Published source material: Black is Best
2 12 Sports Illustrated series 1: Black is Best April 11, 1966
2 13 Sports Illustrated series 2: Black is Best April 18, 1966
2 14 Sports Illustrated series 3: Black is Best April 25, 1966
2 15 Sports Illustrated series 4: Black is Best May 2, 1966
2 16 Sports Illustrated series 5: Black is Best May 9, 1966
3 1 Unedited Sports Illustrated series: Black is Best
3 2 Unedited Sports Illustrated series: Black is Best
3 3 Unedited Sports Illustrated series: Black is Best
3 4 Unedited Sports Illustrated series: Black is Best
3 5 Unedited Sports Illustrated series: Black is Best
3 6 Unedited Sports Illustrated series: Black is Best
3 7 Life International story: Black is Best
3 8 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 9 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 10 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 11 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 12 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 13 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 14 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 15 Manuscript draft: Black is Best
3 16 Manuscript draft copy: Black is Best
3 17 Manuscript draft copy: Black is Best
3 18 Manuscript draft copy: Black is Best
3 19 Manuscript draft copy: Black is Best
4 1 Manuscript notes: Black is Best
4 2 Manuscript notes: Black is Best
4 3 Manuscript notes: Black is Best
4 4 Manuscript copy: Black is Best
4 5 Manuscript notes: Black is Best
4 6 Manuscript notes: Black is Best
4 7 Manuscript notes: Black is Best
5 1 German contract: Black is Best
5 2 Reviews: Black is Best
5 3 Reviews: Black is Best
6 1 Note cards: The Climb Up to Hell
6 2 Notes A-D: The Climb Up to Hell
6 3 Notes E-H: The Climb Up to Hell
6 4 Notes I-N: The Climb Up to Hell
6 5 Notes O-S: The Climb Up to Hell
6 6 Notes T-Z: The Climb Up to Hell
6 7 Magazine and newspaper files: The Climb Up to Hell
6 8 Magazine and newspaper files: The Climb Up to Hell
6 9 Magazine and newspaper files: The Climb Up to Hell
6 10 Magazine and newspaper files: The Climb Up to Hell
6 11 Research notes: The Climb Up to Hell
6 12 Reprints: The Climb Up to Hell
6 13 Reprints: The Climb Up to Hell
6 14 Reprints: The Climb Up to Hell
6 15 Reprints: The Climb Up to Hell
6 16 Business correspondence: The Climb Up to Hell
6 17 Reviews: The Climb Up to Hell
6 18 Reviews: The Climb Up to Hell
7 1 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 2 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 3 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 4 Sports Illustrated, Part 1: I'll Take Baseball
7 5 Sports Illustrated, Part 2: I'll Take Baseball
7 6 Sports Illustrated, Part 3: I'll Take Baseball
7 7 Sports Illustrated, Part 4: I'll Take Baseball
7 8 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 9 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 10 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 11 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 12 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 13 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 14 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 15 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 16 Source materials and notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 17 Source materials and notes: I'll Take Baseball
7 18 Source materials and notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 1 Source materials and notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 2 Source materials and notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 3 Source materials and notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 4 Tape transcript, Reel 1 and 2: I'll Take Baseball
8 5 Tape transcript, Reel 3 and 4: I'll Take Baseball
8 6 Tape transcript, Reel 5 and 6: I'll Take Baseball
8 7 Tape transcript, Reel 7: I'll Take Baseball
8 8 Tape transcript, Reel 8: I'll Take Baseball
8 9 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 10 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 11 Notes: I'll Take Baseball
8 12 Manuscript draft: I'll Take Baseball
8 13 Manuscript draft: I'll Take Baseball
8 14 Edited draft, 1-34: I'll Take Baseball
8 15 Edited draft, 35-80: I'll Take Baseball
8 16 Edited draft, 81-121: I'll Take Baseball
8 17 Edited draft, miscellaneous pages: I'll Take Baseball
8 18 Edited draft, miscellaneous pages: I'll Take Baseball
9 1 Edited manuscript, 1-40: I'll Take Baseball
9 2 Edited manuscript, 41-81: I'll Take Baseball
9 3 Edited manuscript, 82-122: I'll Take Baseball
9 4 Edited manuscript, 123-163: I'll Take Baseball
9 5 Edited manuscript, 164-204: I'll Take Baseball
9 6 Edited manuscript, 205-245: I'll Take Baseball
9 7 Edited manuscript, 246-286: I'll Take Baseball
9 8 Edited manuscript, 287-326: I'll Take Baseball
9 9 Edited manuscript, 327-358: I'll Take Baseball
9 10 Manuscript, 1-39, letter to editor: I'll Take Baseball
9 11 Manuscript, 40-80: I'll Take Baseball
9 12 Manuscript, 81-121: I'll Take Baseball
9 13 Manuscript, 122-162: I'll Take Baseball
9 14 Manuscript, 163-203: I'll Take Baseball
9 15 Manuscript, 204-244: I'll Take Baseball
9 16 Manuscript, 245-285: I'll Take Baseball
9 17 Manuscript, 286-341: I'll Take Baseball
9 18 Manuscript, 342-386: I'll Take Baseball
9 19 Business correspondence: I'll Take Baseball
10 1 Outline: The Corpse is in the Coffin (unpublished fiction)
10 2 Manuscript 1-28: The Corpse is in the Coffin
10 3 Manuscript 29-61: The Corpse is in the Coffin
10 4 Manuscript 62-116: The Corpse is in the Coffin
10 5 Reviews: Over the Fence is Out
10 6 Reviews: Over the Fence is Out
10 7 Reviews: Over the Fence is Out
10 8 Reviews: Over the Fence is Out
10 9 Correspondence: Over the Fence is Out
10 10 Novel, Mexico 1954

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Series III:  Articles and short stories
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Notes: “Anything Goes in the Bush”
1 2 Notes: “Anything Goes in the Bush”
1 3 Unedited: “Anything Goes in the Bush”
1 4 Edited: “Anything Goes in the Bush”
1 5 Edited: “Anything Goes in the Bush”
1 6 Sports Illustrated: “Anything Goes in the Bush” October 31, 1966
1 7 Notes: “Beastly Place for a Hunt”
1 8 Notes: “Beastly Place for a Hunt”
1 9 Edited: “Beastly Place for a Hunt”
1 10 Sports Illustrated: “Beastly Place for a Hunt” November 9, 1964
1 11 Notes: “Big Itch They Call Little John”
1 12 Notes: “Big Itch They Call Little John”
1 13 Edited: “Big Itch They Call Little John”
1 14 Sports Illustrated: “Big Itch They Call Little John” January 11, 1965
1 15 Sports Illustrated(February 17, 24, March 4, 11, 1964) and correspondence: “Goren's New Formula” Febrary 17, 1964-March 11, 1964
1 16 Notes: “Bug Boy Rides Like an Old Hand”
1 17 Sports Illustrated: “Bug Boy Rides Like an Old Hand” January 25, 1965
1 18 Sports Illustrated and notes: “Buzzie and Big D Go at it in LA” August 29, 1966
1 19 Notes and source materials: “Cape Hatteras”
1 20 Notes and source materials: “Cape Hatteras”
1 21 Notes and source materials: “Cape Hatteras”
1 22 Notes and source materials: “Cape Hatteras”
2 1 Manuscript: “The Censor”
2 2 Sports Illustrated: “Colorado Jackpot” September 2, 1963
2 3 Sports Illustrated and correspondence: “The Cursed Swamp” November 26, 1962
2 4 Sports Illustrated and notes: “Denis is his Own Menace” August 26, 1963
2 5 Notes: “The Dogmeat Was Hard to Swallow”
2 6 Edited: “The Dogmeat Was Hard to Swallow”
2 7 Sports Illustrated: “The Dogmeat Was Hard to Swallow” November 14, 1966
2 8 Reviews and fan mail: “The Dogmeat Was Hard to Swallow”
2 9 Sports Illustrated and correspondence: “Don't Call Me Honest”
2 10 Notes and source materials: “Dr. Ryan of the Browns”
2 11 Notes: “Dr. Ryan of the Browns”
2 12 Sports Illustrated: “The Happy Punter of Ally Pally” August 9, 1965
2 13 Correspondence and source materials: “The Happy Punter of Ally Pally”
2 14 Edited manuscript: “The Happy Punter of Ally Pally”
2 15 Notes: “The Happy Punter of Ally Pally”
2 16 Notes: “The Happy Punter of Ally Pally”
2 17 Notes: “The Happy Punter of Ally Pally”
2 18 Sports Illustrated and notes: “Hope: All Kinds of a Nut” June 3, 1963
2 19 Sports Illustrated: “Jai Alai: Fury at the Fronton” March 29, 1965
2 20 Source Materials: “Jai Alai: Fury at the Fronton”
2 21 Notes: “Jai Alai: Fury at the Fronton”
3 1 Notes: “Jai Alai: Fury at the Fronton”
3 2 Sports Illustrated and edited manuscript: “The Land of Silence” July 25, 1963
3 3 Sports Illustrated and notes: “Legacy of a French Noah” October 7, 1963
3 4 Sports Illustrated: “Let's Go Phillies” August 10, 1964
3 5 Sports Illustratedand reviews, correspondence: “The Mad World of Bridge” May 23, 1960
3 6 Sports Illustratedand notes, correspondence: “A Muddy Day in East Berlin” July 18, 1966
3 7 Sports Illustrated Part I: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland” November 29, 1965
3 8 Sports Illustrated Part II: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland” December 6, 1965
3 9 Edited manuscript: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 10 Edited manuscript: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 11 Manuscript copy: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 12 Notes: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 13 Notes: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 14 Notes: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 15 Notes: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
3 16 Notes: “My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland”
4 1 Edited manuscript and notes: “Miami Beach”
4 2 Notes: “Miami Beach”
4 3 Manuscript copy: “Sonny Liston”
4 4 Unedited manuscript: “Sonny Liston”
4 5 Edited manuscript: “Sonny Liston”
4 6 Notes: “Sonny Liston”
4 7 Notes: “Sonny Liston”
4 8 Notes: “Sonny Liston”
4 9 Edited manuscript and as published in Sports Illustrated: “Not a Park to Go Barefoot In”
4 10 Notes: “Not a Park to Go Barefoot In”
4 11 Notes: “Not a Park to Go Barefoot In”
4 12 Source material: “Over the Bounding Wabes”
4 13 Sports Illustrated and edited manuscript: “Over the Bounding Wabes” August 2, 1955
4 14 Notes: “Over the Bounding Wabes”
4 15 Notes: “Over the Bounding Wabes”
4 16 Notes: “Over the Bounding Wabes”
4 17 Correspondence: “Over the Bounding Wabes”
4 18 Sports Illustrated: “Painful Search for a Pennant” September 16, 1966
5 1 Sports Illustrated and manuscript copy: “Pallecanestro is the Rage” February 13, 1967
5 2 Unedited manuscript and notes: “Pallecanestro is the Rage”
5 3 Notes: “Pallecanestro is the Rage”
5 4 Notes: “Pallecanestro is the Rage”
5 5 Edited manuscript and notes: “Paradise on a Sandpile”
5 6 Notes: “Paradise on a Sandpile”
5 7 Sports Illustrated (no date) and correspondence: “Pickles, Hoses, and My Man from Princeton” undated
5 8 Letter from Robert Kennedy, Sports Illustrated: “The President Who Loved Sport” December 2, 1963
5 9 Sports Illustrated (no date) and notes: “The Pride of Kid Galahad, Inc.” undated
5 10 Sports Illustrated and correspondence: “The Private Ordeal of Herb Score” August 2, 1961
5 11 Sports Illustrated and correspondence: “A Race Not Always to the Swift” August 22, 1966
5 12 Notes: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 13 Notes: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 14 Notes: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 15 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 16 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 17 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 18 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 19 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 20 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
5 21 Source material: “A Race Not Always to the Swift”
6 1 Sports Illustrated and correspondence: “Ready for the Goal” June 20, 1966
6 2 Sports Illustrated: “Ritz isn't Ritzy But He Has a Caste System” September 20, 1965
6 3 Edited manuscript and source materials: “Ritz isn't Ritzy But He Has a Caste System”
6 4 Source materials and correspondence: “Ritz isn't Ritzy But He Has a Caste System”
6 5 Notes: “Ritz isn't Ritzy But He Has a Caste System”
6 6 Notes: “Six Dreary Days, Then Saturday”
6 7 Notes: “Six Dreary Days, Then Saturday”
6 8 Sports Illustrated: “Six Dreary Days, Then Saturday” October 12, 1964
6 9 Sports Illustrated and letter: “A Smile on the Face of the Tiger” August 12, 1964
6 10 Sports Illustrated: “Sounds of a Texas Wolf Hunt” September 14, 1964
6 11 Manuscript draft, notes, and correspondence: “The Sporting Life at Sea”
6 12 Sports Illustratedand unedited manuscript: “The Sporting Life At Sea” February 27, 1967
6 13 Notes: “Shtepping Around with Hoobert”
6 14 Notes: “Shtepping Around with Hoobert”
6 15 Sports Illustrated and correspondence: “Shtepping Around with Hoobert” January 31, 1966
6 16 Sports Illustrated: “Tarkenton” July 17, 1967 and July 24, 1967
6 17 Edited and unedited, Parts 4 & 5: “Tarkenton”
6 18 Edited Part 2, unedited Part 3: “Tarkenton”
6 19 Manuscript draft: “Tarkenton”
6 20 Manuscript draft: “Tarkenton”
6 21 Manuscript draft: “Tarkenton”
7 1 Manuscript draft: “Tarkenton”
7 2 Source materials: “Tarkenton”
7 3 Source materials: “Tarkenton”
7 4 Notes: “Tarkenton”
7 5 Notes: “Tarkenton”
7 6 Notes: “Tarkenton”
7 7 Notes: “Tarkenton”
7 8 Notes: “Tarkenton”
7 9 Sports Illustrated: “The Torments of Excellence” May 11, 1964
7 10 Manuscript: “Up in the Attic” (unpublished short story)
7 11 Sports Illustrated and notes: “The Uproar in Philadelphia” January 31, 1966
7 12 Notes and source materials: “Whatever Happened to Bill Hartack?”
7 13 Sports Illustrated and notes: “Whatever Happened to Bill Hartack?” June 24, 1963
7 14 Sports Illustrated and notes: “Wahoo” September 30, 1963
7 15 Notes: “Where the Trout Sleep Late”
7 16 Source materials: “Where the Trout Sleep Late”
7 17 Sports Illustrated: “Where the Trout Sleep Late” May 16, 1966
8 1 Sports Illustrated: “A Workhouse Texas Bull” October 14, 1963
8 2 Notes: “Lana Wood”
8 3 Notes: “The Very Best Act in Town”
8 4 Source materials: “The Very Best Act in Town”
8 5 Source materials: “The Very Best Act in Town”
8 6 Sports Illustrated: “The Very Best Act in Town” July 29, 1963
8 6 Sports Illustrated: “Sportsman of the Year: Koufax on Koufax” (interview) December 20, 1965
8 7 Sports Illustrated: “My Father was a Fearless Fan” (under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades) October 2, 1961
8 8 Sports Illustrated: “The Week They Try to Catch the Babe” September 11, 1961
8 9 Sports Illustrated: “That Johnny Keane is a Fine Manager” April 13, 1964
8 10 Sports Illustrated: “The Doves and Gongs of Tokyo” October 19, 1964
8 11 Star Weekly Magazine: “How Bridge Addicts Get that Way” October 15, 1960
8 12 Playboy: “The Sport of Sportscar Racing”
8 13 “Mild and Wooly Africa”
8 14 Sports Illustrated: “Advantage Out for Father” (under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades) August 27, 1962
8 15 Sports Illustrated: “The Pool Hustler” March 20, 1961
8 16 Sports Illustrated: “They Kill them with Kindness” July 10, 1961
8 17 Sports Illustrated: “Over the Fence is Out” (under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades) June 12, 1961
8 18 Sports Illustrated: “The Opening of the Father Season” (under the pseudonym Jonathan Rhoades) April 16, 1962

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Series IV:  Jack Olsen news reportage
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 San Diego newspaper days, San Diego Journal 1950
1 2 Washington newspaper days, Washington D.C. Daily News
(materials on Senator McCarthy)
1951
1 3 Washington newspaper days, Washington D.C. Daily News, miscellaneous
1 4 New Orleans newspaper days, New Orleans Item 1952-1954
1 5 Chicago newspaper days, Chicago Sun 1954-1956
1 6 Chicago newspaper days, Chicago Sun
(internal conmmunication and humor)
1 7 Chicago newspaper days, Chicago Sun 1954-1956
1 8 Chicago newspaper days, Chicago Sun 1954-1956
1 9 Time Magazine days
(bureau humor and correspondence)
1956-1959
1 10 Time Magazine days June 1956 and July 1956
1 11 Time Magazine days August 1956
1 12 Time Magazine days September 1956
1 13 Time Magazine days January 1957 and February 1957
1 14 Time Magazine days March 1957
1 15 Time Magazine days April 1957
1 16 Time Magazine days May 1957 and June 1957
1 17 Time Magazine days July 1957
1 18 Time Magazine days August 1957
1 19 Time Magazine days September 1, 1957-September 7, 1957
1 20 Time Magazine days September 12, 1957-September 14, 1957
2 1 Time Magazine days September 1957 and November 1957
2 2 Time Magazine days December 1957
2 3 Time Magazine days January 1958-May 1958
2 4 Time Magazine days 1958
2 5 Time Magazine days May 1958-July 1958
2 6 Time Magazine days August 1958-November 1958
2 7 Time Magazine days December 1958
2 8 Time Magazine days January 1959 and February 1959
2 9 Time Magazine days June 1959-October 1959

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Series V:  Ideas and concepts
Container(s)
Description
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1 1 Miscellaneous notes for future work, poem

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Series VI:  Photographs
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1 1 Time Magazine days
1 2 Time Magazine days
1 3 Time Magazine days
1 4 The Climb Up to Hell
1 5 The Climb Up to Hell
1 6 The Climb Up to Hell
1 7 The Climb Up to Hell
1 8 The Climb Up to Hell
1 9 The Climb Up to Hell
1 10 The Climb Up to Hell
1 11 Color copy prints made from slides of documents associated with The Climb Up to Hell
2 72 35mm slides of Eiger Mountain, people represented in The Climb Up to Hell, and documents associated with the mountain climbing tragedy on Eiger Mountain

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Series VII:  Sound recordings
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Description
Black is Best
Cassius Clay interview
7.0 tapes
Interviews of Muhammad Ali at his home in Miami in 1966 and related notes. Ali discusses his childhood, racial identity and race relations, boxing and training, and the press. Interviews include a recording of the CBS News broadcast of February 17, 1966 reporting Ali's Vietnam War draft reclassification.
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1 1 ax322_00001: Cassius Clay interview
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1 2 ax322_00002: Cassius Clay interview
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1 3 ax322_00003: Cassius Clay interview
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1 4 ax322_00004: Cassius Clay interview
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1 5 ax322_00005: Cassius Clay interview
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1 6 ax322_00006: Cassius Clay interview
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1 7 ax322_00007: Cassius Clay interview
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Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
6.0 tapes
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2 8 ax322_00008: Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
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2 9 ax322_00009: Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
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2 10 ax322_00010: Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
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2 11 ax322_00011: Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
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2 12 ax322_00012: Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
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2 13 ax322_00013: Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Clay, Sr. interview
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Coretta Clay interview
1.0 tape
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2 14 ax322_00014: Coretta Clay interview
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Rudolph Clay interview
1.0 tape
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2 15 ax322_00015: Rudolph Clay interview
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Solomon McTier interview
1.0 tape
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3 16 ax322_00016: Solomon McTier interview
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Joseph Martin interview
2.0 tapes
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3 17 ax322_00017: Joseph Martin interview
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3 18 ax322_00018: Joseph Martin interview
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Dr. Ferdie Pacheco interview
2.0 tapes
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3 19 ax322_00019: Dr. Ferdie Pacheco interview
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3 20 ax322_00020: Dr. Ferdie Pacheco interview
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Edwin Pope interview
1.0 tape
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3 21 ax322_00021: Edwin Pope interview
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Dr. Alexander Robbins interview
1.0 tape
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4 22 ax322_00022: Dr. Alexander Robbins interview
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James Ellis interview
1.0 tape
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3 23 ax322_00023: James Ellis interview
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Angelo Dundee interview
1.0 tape
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4 24 ax322_00024: Angelo Dundee interview
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Gordon Davidson interview
2.0 tapes
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4 25 ax322_00025: Gordon Davidson interview
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4 26 ax322_00026: Gordon Davidson interview
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William Faversham interview
2.0 tapes
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4 27 ax322_00027: William Faversham interview
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4 28 ax322_00028: William Faversham interview
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Bubber Hall interview
1.0 tape
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4 29 ax322_00029: Bubber Hall interview
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Officer Kalbfleisch interview
1.0 tape
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4 30 ax322_00030: Officer Kalbfleisch interview
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Mrs. Mary Turner interview
2.0 tapes
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4 31 ax322_00031: Mrs. Mary Turner interview
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5 32 ax322_00032: Mrs. Mary Turner interview
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Mrs. Eva Clay Waddel interview
1.0 tape
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5 33 ax322_00033: Mrs. Eva Clay Waddel interview
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Divorce trial testimony
1.0 tape
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5 34 ax322_00034: Divorce trial testimony
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The Climb Up to Hell
Claudio Corti interview
4.0 tapes
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5 35 ax322_00035: Claudio Corti interview
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5 36 ax322_00036: Claudio Corti interview
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5 37 ax322_00037: Claudio Corti interview
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5 38 ax322_00038: Claudio Corti interview
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Ricardo Cassin interview
1.0 tape
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5 39 ax322_00039: Ricardo Cassin interview
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Max Eiselin interview
1.0 tape
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5 40 ax322_00040: Max Eiselin interview
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Gramminger-Hellepart interview
4.0 tapes
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6 41 ax322_00041: Gramminger-Hellepart interview
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6 42 ax322_00042: Gramminger-Hellepart interview
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6 43 ax322_00043: Gramminger-Hellepart interview
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6 44 ax322_00044: Gramminger-Hellepart interview
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Carlo Mauri interview
1.0 tape
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6 45 ax322_00045: Carlo Mauri interview
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Christian Rubi interview
1.0 tape
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6 46 ax322_00046: Christian Rubi interview
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Robert Seeger interview
1.0 tape
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6 47 ax322_00047: Robert Seeger interview
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7 Robert Seiler interview
2.0 tapes
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6 48 ax322_00048: Robert Seiler interview
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6 49
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Werner Stager interview
2.0 tapes
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6 50 ax322_00050: Werner Stager interview
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6 51 ax322_00051: Werner Stager interview
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Lionel Terray interview
3.0 tapes
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7 52 ax322_00052: Lionel Terray interview
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7 53 ax322_00053: Lionel Terray interview
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7 54 ax322_00054: Lionel Terray interview
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Guido Tonella interview
1.0 tape
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7 55 ax322_00055: Guido Tonella interview
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Guido Tonella interview
1.0 tape
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8 56 ax322_00056: Guido Tonella interview
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Kasparvan Almen interview
2.0 tapes
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8 57 ax322_00057: Kasparvan Almen interview
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8 58 ax322_00058: Kasparvan Almen interview
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Jack Olsen Speech
1.0 tape
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8 59 ax322_00059: Jack Olsen speech
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I'll Take Baseball
Buzzie Bavasi interview
4.0 tapes
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8 60 ax322_00060: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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8 61 ax322_00061: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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8 62 ax322_00062: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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8 63 ax322_00063: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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Buzzie Bavasi interview
8.0 tapes
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9 64 ax322_00064: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 65 ax322_00065: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 66 ax322_00066: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 67 ax322_00067: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 68 ax322_00068: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 69 ax322_00069: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 70 ax322_00070: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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9 71 ax322_00071: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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Buzzie Bavasi interview
2.0 tapes
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10 72 ax322_00072: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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10 73 ax322_00073: Buzzie Bavasi interview
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Jack Olsen interview
1.0 tape
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10 74 ax322_00074: Jack Olsen interview
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Articles and notes
Hidden Valley for "Anything Goes in the Bush"
3.0 tapes
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10 75 ax322_00075: Hidden Valley for "Anything Goes in the Bush"
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10 76 ax322_00076: Hidden Valley for "Anything Goes in the Bush"
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10 77 ax322_00077: Hidden Valley for "Anything Goes in the Bush"
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Drysdale interview for "Buzzie and Big D Go at it in LA"
3.0 tapes
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11 78 ax322_00078: Drysdale interview for "Buzzie and Big D Go at it in LA"
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11 79 ax322_00079: Drysdale interview for "Buzzie and Big D Go at it in LA"
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11 80 ax322_00080: Drysdale interview for "Buzzie and Big D Go at it in LA"
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Frank Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
3.0 tapes
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11 81 ax322_00081: Frank Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
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11 82 ax322_00082: Frank Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
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11 83 ax322_00083: Frank Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
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Mrs. Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
2.0 tapes
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11 84 ax322_00084: Mrs. Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
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11 85 ax322_00085: Mrs. Ryan interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
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Blanton Collier interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
1.0 tape
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11 86 ax322_00086: Blanton Collier interview for "Dr. Ryan of the Browns"
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John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
6.0 tapes
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12 87 ax322_00087: John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
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12 88 ax322_00088: John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
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12 89 ax322_00089: John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
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12 90 ax322_00090: John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
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12 91 ax322_00091: John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
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12 92 ax322_00092: John Mort Green interview for "The Happy Punter of Ally Pally"
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Gertrude Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
1.0 tape
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12 93 ax322_00093: Gertrude Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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Arfons-Arkon interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
3.0 tapes
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12 94 ax322_00094: Arfons-Arkon interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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13 95 ax322_00095: Arfons-Arkon interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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13 96 ax322_00096: Arfons-Arkon interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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Bonneville for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
3.0 tapes
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13 97 ax322_00097: Bonneville for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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13 98 ax322_00098: Bonneville for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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13 99 ax322_00099: Bonneville for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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Arthur Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
2.0 tapes
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13 100 ax322_00100: Arthur Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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13 101 ax322_00101: Arthur Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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Walter Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
1.0 tape
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13 102 ax322_00102: Walter Arfons interview for "My Brother, My Enemy in Speedland"
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Los Angeles Dodgers for "Painful Search for A Pennant"
2.0 tapes
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14 103 ax322_00103: Los Angeles Dodgers for "Painful Search for A Pennant"
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14 104 ax322_00104: Los Angeles Dodgers for "Painful Search for A Pennant"
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Herb Score interview for "Private Ordeal of Herb Score"
1.0 tape
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14 105 ax322_00105: Herb Score interview for "Private Ordeal of Herb Score"
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Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
6.0 tapes
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14 106 ax322_00106: Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
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14 107 ax322_00107: Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
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14 108 ax322_00108: Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
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14 109 ax322_00109: Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
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14 110 ax322_00110: Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
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14 111 ax322_00111: Tour de France for "A Race Not Always to the Swift"
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Bob Timmons interview for "Ready for the Goal"
3.0 tapes
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15 112 ax322_00112: Bob Timmons interview for "Ready for the Goal"
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15 113 ax322_00113: Bob Timmons interview for "Ready for the Goal"
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15 114 ax322_00114: Bob Timmons interview for "Ready for the Goal"
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Jim Ryun interview for "Ready for the Goal"
2.0 tapes
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15 115 ax322_00115: Jim Ryun interview for "Ready for the Goal"
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15 116 ax322_00116: Jim Ryun interview for "Ready for the Goal"
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Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Ryun interview for "Ready for the Goal"
1.0 tape
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15 117 ax322_00117: Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Ryun interview for "Ready for the Goal"
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Mr. & Mrs. Sonny Liston interview for "Sonny Liston"
1.0 tape
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15 118 ax322_00118: Mr. & Mrs. Sonny Liston interview for "Sonny Liston"
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Sonny Liston interview for "Sonny Liston"
2.0 tapes
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15 119 ax322_00119: Sonny Liston interview for "Sonny Liston"
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15 120 ax322_00120: Sonny Liston interview for "Sonny Liston"
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Earl Needham interview for "Sounds and Hounds of a Texas Wolf Hunt"
2.0 tapes
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16 121 ax322_00121: Earl Needham interview for "Sounds and Hounds of a Texas Wolf Hunt"
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16 122 ax322_00122: Earl Needham interview for "Sounds and Hounds of a Texas Wolf Hunt"
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Jack Solomons interview for "A Smile on the Face of the Tiger"
1.0 tape
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16 123 ax322_00123: Jack Solomons interview for "A Smile on the Face of the Tiger"
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Brian Glanville interview for "Six Dreary Days, Then Saturday"
1.0 tape
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16 124 ax322_00124: Brian Glanville interview for "Six Dreary Days, Then Saturday"
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Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
4.0 tapes
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16 125 ax322_00125: Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
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16 126 ax322_00126: Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
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16 127 ax322_00127: Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
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16 128 ax322_00128: Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
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Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
2.0 tapes
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17 129 ax322_00129: Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
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17 130 ax322_00130: Fran Tarkenton interview for "Tarkenton"
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Doug Moe interview
1.0 tape
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17 131 ax322_00131: Doug Moe
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Alma Kunz interview
1.0 tape
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17 132 ax322_00132: Alma Kunz
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Sandy Koufax interview
4.0 tapes
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17 133 ax322_00133: Sandy Koufax
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17 134 ax322_00134: Sandy Koufax interview
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17 135 ax322_00135: Sandy Koufax interview
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17 136 ax322_00136: Sandy Koufax interview
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Lana Wood interview
3.0 tapes
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18 137 ax322_00137: Lana Wood interview
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18 138 ax322_00138: Lana Wood interview
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18 139 ax322_00139: Lana Wood interview
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Series VIII:  Oversize material
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Folder
1 Special Tour: Le Miroir des Sports (Source material: "A Race Not Always to the Swift")
2 Life International: "Only Four Can Play, No Weapons Barred" June 4, 1962

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Ali, Muhammed, 1942---Interviews
  • Olsen, Jack--Archives
  • Olsen, Jack--Correspondence
  • Olsen, Jack--Interviews
  • Subject Terms :
  • American literature--20th century
  • Authors, American--20th century
  • Journalists--United States
  • Sports--United States
  • Sports--United States--Biography
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Manuscripts for publication
    • Sound recordings

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