Nichols, R H 1975-08-23

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R. H. Nichols, longtime journalist for the Vernon Record, talks about his career in the newspaper business.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: R.H. Nichols

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: August 23, 1975

Location: Vernon, Texas

Interviewer: None Given

Length: 1 hour


Tape 1, Side 1: Lampasass Blade, Temple Mirror, Texas Printing Company, Fort Worth, Texas, Eldorado, Oklahoma, Vernon, Texas (1907), Newspapers, Vernon Hornet, Vernon Record, Neil G. Ray, Hereford, Texas, Staff, R. H. Nichols, reporter, Neil G. Ray, publisher, E. S. Hendrick, Publisher, Vernon Hornet (1890s), Chillicothe Hornet, Chillicothe, Texas, Vernon Record, Circulation, Vernon Call (?), D. D. McConnell, publisher, Vernon Times, Charles P. Ross, Vernon Record, Stories, Pay, Partnership (1915), George J. Mason, Buford O. Brown (1919), Amarillo Daily Tribune (1923), Established newspapers, Vernon, Competitive newspapers.

Tape 1, Side 2: Typesetting, Letterpress, Photography, Engravings, Staff, Vernon Record, Buford O. Brown, Daily newspaper, Size, Advertisers, Editorial policy, Role, Circulation, Commercial printers, Dallas Daily News, Vernon, Texas, Businesses, Politics, John H. Stevens, John W. Robbins, Journalism theories, R. H. Nichols.

Range Dates: 1890s-1975

Bulk Dates: 1907-1975

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