Scope and arrangement
The New York Times Company records. Oral History files consist of transcripts of oral histories conducted with individuals who were associated with The New York Times, such as Sulzberger family members, reporters, editors, secretaries, and other workers. Some folders also contain accompanying documentation, for example background information about the individuals interviewed or articles written about them.
Series I contains transcripts of oral histories conducted by Frank Bailinson, Hal Faber, and David Dempsey and is arranged alphabetically by the interviewees' last name.
Series II is composed of transcripts of oral histories concerning the newspaper business and journalism. Interviews conducted in the 1980s were done by Susan Dryfoos. This series is arranged alphabetically by corporate name or topic.
A name and subject index card file is held in the last series. The cards have "see" and "see also" references.
The New York Times Company records. Oral History files are arranged in three series:
- 1948-198611.5 boxes
- 1969-19831.5 boxes
- undated1 box
3x5 index cards