EDWARD PRICE BELL PAPERS, 1906-1940
Edward Price Bell was born in 1869 and grew up in Terre Haute, Indiana. He worked for the Chicago Daily News and became a foreign correspondent in London in 1900. He interviewed foreign leaders and wrote articles on World War I. He later interviewed leaders in Europe and Asia regarding world peace. Bell published two books about his experience which earned him a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize. He retired in 1932 and died in 1943.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE
The collection contains articles, interviews, speeches, correspondence, scrapbooks, and biographical information. Subjects include: foreign affairs in Asia and Europe, World War I, and World War 2. Arranged alphabetically by type of material.
The American Officers’ Club in London, 1918
Biographical Information, 1929-1930 and undated
Edward Grey, 1916 (correspondence)
Nobel Peace Prize Nomination, Oct 1, 1930
The British Censorship, Nov 19, 1915
Manuscript Collections - Edward Price Bell Papers
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