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Catalog Number 2007/07.0761
Object Name Papers
Scope & Content Personal papers of Marvin L. Stone. Marshall Alumnus, past editor of U.S. News and World Report, Deputy Director of the U.S. Information Agency during the Reagan Administration. He was founding president and chairman of the non-profit International Media Fund (IMF) in Washington, D.C, an organization that promoted free press in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. After the IMF, he spent a year in Europe on a Knight Foundation journalism fellowship, and then retired in 1996[?].
Title Marvin L. Stone Papers
Collection Marvin L. Stone Papers
Accession number 2007/07.0761
Finding Aids A printed inventory is available in the Special Collections Dept., James E. Morrow Library, Marshall University.
Subjects Journalists
Search Terms Marshall University
U.S. News and World Report
U.S. Information Agency
Washington, D.C.
Balkans
Knight Foundation
International Media Fund
Extent of Description 40 cu.ft.
Archivist's Notes Accession card recorded. PastPerfect record reviewed 3/31/2011.
Year Range from 1924
Year Range to 2000
Dates of Creation 1924-2000
Dates of Accumulation 1924-2000
Archival History Processed by Richard Pitaniello, 2009 through 2010.