Collection is open to the public.
Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.
Paper finding aid with additional information is available in Special Collections & University Archives.
Collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, editorials, lectures, scripts, biographical information, memos, and a photograph.
Correspondence, 1922-1966, is organized alphabetically. People represented include editors, publishers, politicians, and government officials from the United States, Germany, and other international locations. There is one folder concerning the Tolischus family's wherabouts and safety during World War II. Major correspondents are Frank S. Booth, Barry Farris, Frank Mason, Arthur H. Sulzberger.
Manuscripts includes articles, editorials, lectures, and radio scripts for the New York Times and International News Service. Articles deal with the rise of Hitler, Germany, and Japan in World War II, as well as the growth of Communism, 1936-1966.
There are six volumes of news clippings from the New York Times, 1942-1965.
Miscellaneous documents includes notes, memos, reports, correspondence, biographical information, and a photograph.
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[Identification of item], Otto David Tolischus papers, Ax 368, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.