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Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts, 1960

Part of Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts

60m181Whitehead, Don Journey Into Crime manuscriptsDon Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts, 1960 60m181Amanda M. ReeveUniversity of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center2011 March 7Special Collections Research CenterMargaret I. King Building, NorthLexington 40506-0039SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDUURL: This finding aid was produced using ArchivesSpace on 2016-05-23 14:48:03 -0400.Describing Archives: A Content Standard English University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts Whitehead, Don, 1908- 60m181 0.85 Cubic Feet 2 boxes 1960 The Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts (dated 1960; 0.85 cubic feet; 2 boxes) contains three copies of the manuscript. Preferred Citation 60m181 : [identification of item], Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscript, 1960, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Arrangement Collection arranged by format. Scope and Contents The Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts (dated 1960; 0.85 cubic feet; 2 boxes) contains three copies of the manuscript. One is the typescript with annotations. The second is the plate proof of the book. The last is two copies of the author's proof printed in June 1960, which also had annotations by the printer and the author on them. This book is a collection of articles on police work around the world. Biographical note Journalist and author, Donald Whitehead (1908-1981) was born in Inman, a Virginia coal camp. He spent his childhood in Harlan, Kentucky, and attended the University of Kentucky. Following school, he worked for the Lafollette Press and then served as the city editor of the Harlan Daily Enterprise. While at the Daily Enterprise, he reported on the Harlan County labor wars of the 1930s. He then worked at the Knoxville Journal (1934) before moving to the Associated Press in 1935. He was a war reporter during World War II, reporting from Egypt and the D-Day campaign. Additionally, he covered the Korean War starting in 1950. For his war-time coverage he won two Pulitzer Prizes (1951, 1952) and the George Polk Memorial Award. Whitehead wrote six books, including The FBI Story and Journey into Crime.Portraits from the Past: Famous Authors Southwest Virginia Author Don Whitehead Southwest Virginia Historical State Park. swvamuseum.org. n.d. Web. 18 August 2011. Conditions Governing Use The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center. Conditions Governing Access Collection is open to researchers by appointment. Authors, American -- Kentucky. Manuscripts. Proofs (Printing) Typescript. Whitehead, Don, 1908- Whitehead, Don, 1908- Typescript196011-3Plate proofcirca 196014-6Author's proofs1960 June 11; 1960 June 152 Don Whitehead Journey Into Crime manuscripts