Reuven Frank Papers, 1940 -- 2008

This collection has:

16.8 Cubic Feet
5 Digital Object(s)

Born in 1920 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Reuven Frank helped transform the world of television journalism when radio still dominated the airwaves. A graduate of Columbia University's prestigious Graduate School of Journalism, Frank also served in the U.S. Army for four years during World War II, two of them in Europe. Upon his return, Frank married Bernice Kaplow on June 9, 1946. They later had two sons, Peter and James, and eventually a grandson and granddaughter.

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