Bonnie Angelo Papers
This collection consists of various papers relating to Bonnie Angelo, a Washington Correspondant for Time Magazine. Included in the collection are various coverages from conventions, such as the Democratic and Republican Conventions in 1968, convention files, finances, press conferences, transcripts, and speeches and messages.
- 1968 - 1980
- Angelo, Bonnie (Person)
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1.26 Linear Feet (5 boxes)
Language of Materials
Veronica Estelle "Bonnie" Angelo was a journalist and author. She worked for Time as a Washington correspondent and London bureau chief, and penned the book First Mothers: The Women Who Shaped the Presidents. She received a B.A. in art from Woman's College in 1944. The Bonnie Angelo Collection contains coverage of Democratic and Republican National Conventions, materials from the Richard Nixon impeachment case, and transcripts of White House press conferences and presidential addresses. It also includes personal documentation of her studies at Woman's College and her career in letters.
The Collection is arranged in three series: Political Convention Materials, Presidential Coverage Materials, and Personal and Biographical Materials. Each series is arranged chronologically or alphabetically.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Bonnie Angelo in January 1979. Additional materials given by Angelo, 1980-2000.
5 boxes containing various papers relating to Bonnie Angelo.
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