Abstract

Papers of Neil Morgan, prominent San Diego columnist, writer, editor, and civic commentator, who is best known for his column "Neil Morgan" that appeared in the San Diego Evening Tribune (1961-1992) and the San Diego Union (1992-2004). Morgan was the associate editor (1977-1981) and chief editor (1981-1992) of the San Diego Evening Tribune and the associate editor (1992-2004) and senior columnist (1992-2004) of the San Diego Union. He is the author of numerous books and magazine articles promoting San Diego and has written extensively on the culture and development of the contemporary American West. The papers contain scrapbooks of pasted-in clippings of Morgan's columns, travel articles, magazine articles, and reviews of his books; subject files for recent columns (1993-2004); typescripts for media projects, including early 1950s radio scripts; editorial memorabilia from his career in journalism; miscellaneous typescript drafts of columns and articles; drafts and notes for speeches and lectures; audio and videorecordings; and miscellaneous awards. Also included are programs and flyers from the Bohemian Grove Club and a small collection of Raymond Chandler correspondence and miscellany. The papers are arranged in sixteen series: 1) SCRAPBOOKS, 2) SUBJECT FILES, 3) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 4) MEDIA PROJECTS, 5) RAYMOND CHANDLER MATERIALS, 6) BOHEMIAN GROVE CLUB MATERIALS, 7) EDITORIAL MATERIALS, 8) COLUMN DRAFTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS, 9) BOOKS, 10) MAGAZINE ARTICLES, 11) SPEECHES AND LECTURES, 12) AUDIO RECORDINGS, 13) VIDEO RECORDINGS, 14) AWARDS, 15) RICHARD NIXON, and 16) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

Biography

Neil Bowen Morgan was born in Smithfield, North Carolina, in 1924. He attended Wake Forest University where he edited the student magazine The Student. During his junior and senior years he worked as the assistant state news editor for the Raleigh News and Observer. Morgan graduated in 1943, at the age of 19, and was called up for military service into the Naval Air Corps training program in September 1944. He entered the U.S. Navy's three-month ensign school at Coral Gables, Florida, and was sent to the Western Pacific Command. He came to San Diego when the war ended, finished his military service at the Camp Kearny Naval Auxiliary Air Station, now Miramar, and was released from duty on March 15, 1946.

The next day Morgan took a job as a reporter for the San Diego Daily Journal which ran his first local article on June 15, 1946. He became the Journal's music and drama editor and started a daily column in 1947 called "Air Fare" which was written under the pseudonym Terry Nolan until July 1, 1948, when it was credited to him. In this column, Morgan reviewed the radio scene, commented on entertainment industry personalities and their activities, and suggested interesting nightly radio programming. In April 1947, he started a column called "Crosstown: It Happened in San Diego" which he later complemented with an evening radio broadcast on KFMB titled "Crosstown Column of the Air." Morgan also reviewed regional cultural performances and events in a column entitled "From Our Seat" and critiqued long-playing records in his column "Record Review." On May 27, 1950, the Union Tribune Publishing Company purchased the Journal and began publishing "Crosstown with Neil Morgan" in the San Diego Evening Tribune on June 12, 1950. The last "Crosstown with Neil Morgan" column was published on August 17, 1961, and the first "Neil Morgan" byline followed the next day.

In 1951, Morgan published My San Diego, the first of a number of narrative guides that described and promoted the city's people and lifestyle in a collection of vignettes of longer than column length. Subsequent monographs included My San Diego, 1960; Neil Morgan's San Diego (c1963); San Diego: The Unconventional City (1972); and San Diego: Where California Began...And Lives (1957), published by the San Diego Convention and Tourist Bureau.

Morgan travelled extensively and regularly wrote articles for Esquire, Good Housekeeping Travel Guide, Holiday, Saturday Review, Carte Blanche Magazine, and Westways, as well as the inflight airline magazines Mainliner and Western's World. He covered the horseracing scene at Tijuana's Caliente Racetrack in a column entitled "Neil Morgan Writes About Caliente," published in The New Yorker (March 1955-September 1956) and later in Sports Illustrated (March 1957-February 1959).

At the San Diego Evening Tribune, Morgan was associate editor (1977-1981) and chief editor (1981-1992). During his leadership, the editorial staff received two Pulitzer Prizes (1979 and 1987). After the merger of the Evening Tribune and the San Diego Union in 1992, Morgan served as senior columnist and associate editor until March 2004.

Neil Morgan is currently a director of "Voice of San Diego," an online news and information website in San Diego.

Scope and Content of Collection

The NEIL MORGAN PAPERS document the journalistic and literary career of a prominent San Diego newspaper columnist, editor, author, and civic commentator. Morgan was well-known for his daily column "Neil Morgan." Since the end of World War II, Morgan has commented through his columns, magazine articles, and books on San Diego's people, their lifestyle, and their history. The papers include clipping scrapbooks of Morgan's newspaper columns and feature stories; his magazine articles, especially travel articles; writings about Morgan; and reviews of his books. Included are subject files, biographical materials, files related to radio and television projects; editorial materials; miscellaneous typescript drafts for his columns, articles, and books; speeches and lecture notes and drafts; awards; and videorecordings. Also included are programs, correspondence, and keepsakes from his membership in the Bohemian Grove Club and a small collection of letters from Raymond Chandler, a neighbor and friend.

The papers are arranged in sixteen series: 1) SCRAPBOOKS, 2) SUBJECT FILES, 3) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 4) MEDIA PROJECTS, 5) RAYMOND CHANDLER MATERIALS, 6) BOHEMIAN GROVE CLUB MATERIALS, 7) EDITORIAL MATERIALS, 8) COLUMN DRAFTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS, 9) BOOKS, 10) MAGAZINE ARTICLES, 11) SPEECHES AND LECTURES, 12) AUDIO RECORDINGS, 13) VIDEO RECORDINGS, 14) AWARDS, 15) RICHARD NIXON, and 16) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 1: SCRAPBOOKS

The SCRAPBOOKS series contains bound scrapbooks (1941-2003) that collect Morgan's columns, feature stories, magazine articles, and memorabilia. The series is arranged in three subseries: A) Newspaper Columns, B) Magazine Articles, and C) Reviews of Books by Morgan.

A) The Newspaper Columns subseries, Scrapbooks #1-#45, spans Morgan's earliest work for the Raleigh News and Observer in 1941 to his column "Neil Morgan" for the San Diego Union. Columns represented in the scrapbooks include "Crosstown: It Happened in San Diego," "From Our Seat," "Air Fare," "Record Reviews," "Crosstown with Neil Morgan," "Neil Morgan: Crosstown," "Neil Morgan's Assignment West," and "Neil Morgan." Also included are travel articles for Sunday editions and special features.

B) The Magazine Articles (1955-1989) subseries, Scrapbooks #46-#51, is arranged chronologically, and a selected bibliography of included articles begins the first four scrapbooks. Most of the articles are travel related or focus on the merits of San Diego. In addition to his own travel writing, Morgan also co-authored several articles with his wife, Judith Morgan, and published in magazines such as National Geographic, San Diego Magazine, Harper's, and The New Yorker. Included in this subseries (Scrapbooks 46-51) is Morgan's interview with Richard Nixon for Esquire magazine (February 1962).

C) The Reviews of Books By Morgan subseries, Scrapbooks #52-#55, contains newspaper clippings of reviews of My San Diego (1959), Westward Tilt (1963), Neil Morgan's San Diego (1963), The California Syndrome (1967), and San Diego: The Unconventional City (1972).

SERIES 2: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series represents source materials Neil Morgan utilized for editorial writing and includes brochures, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and handwritten notes. While the first subseries contains miscellaneous dated files, the bulk of the subject files (1993-2004) date from the merger of the San Diego Evening Tribune and the San Diego Union. The subseries are arranged chronologically in: A) Miscellaneous, B) 1993, C) 1994, D) 1995, E) 1996, F) 1997, G) 1998, H) 1999, I) 2000, J) 2001, K) 2002, L) 2003, M) 2004, and N) Undated.

SERIES 3: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

Included in the BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series are photographs of Neil and Judith Morgan, as well as biographical sketches and other memorabilia.

SERIES 4: MEDIA PROJECTS

The MEDIA PROJECTS series is arranged in three subseries: A) KSDJ Radio Scripts, B) KFMB Radio Scripts, and C) Neil Morgan's San Diego. The KSDJ, the San Diego Daily Journal station, and KFMB Radio scripts contain typescripts of the "Crosstown Column of the Air" which Morgan broadcast from the bar of Valle's Restaurant at 5th and Kalmia in San Diego. The series also contains correspondence, typescript drafts, and interview transcripts for the KCST-TV television broadcast special of Neil Morgan's San Diego project in 1978.

SERIES 5: RAYMOND CHANDLER MATERIALS

Neil Morgan was a friend of author Raymond Chandler's and corresponded with him between 1955-1957, while the writer resided in La Jolla and visited London. The RAYMOND CHANDLER MATERIALS series contain's Morgan's collection of letters from Chandler, Helga Greene (Chandler's literary agent), two short story typescripts by Chandler, and correspondence with various literary appraisers regarding the letters. Also included are materials related to the organization of a local Raymond Chandler literary festival, related correspondence, and a file containing biographical articles about Chandler.

SERIES 6: BOHEMIAN GROVE CLUB MATERIALS

Neil Morgan became a member of the Bohemian Grove Club in 1983 on the recommendation of Walter Cronkite. The Bohemian Grove Club is a recreational members-only association established in 1872 for "gentlemen connected professionally with literature, art, music, and drama." The materials are arranged chronologically and include administrative and personal correspondence, member rosters, newsletters, theater playbills, event programs, maps of the campsite, and photographs.

SERIES 7: EDITORIAL MATERIALS

The EDITORIAL MATERIALS series largely contains correspondence, memoranda, and memorabilia related to Morgan's various promotions, programs he developed, such as monthly Roundtable Luncheons, and important events. The series is arranged in five subseries: A) San Diego Evening Tribune / Union Merger Materials, B) Interoffice Correspondence, C) Promotion to Editor - Evening Tribune, D) Roundtable Luncheons, and E) Pulitzer Prize - Evening Tribune.

A) After the merge of the newspapers in 1992, Neil Morgan became senior columnist and associate editor of the San Diego Union -Tribune. The Merger Materials subseries contains correspondence concerning staff changes, announcements, related newspaper clippings, and photographs of Neil Morgan and the editorial staff of the San Diego Evening Tribune.

B) The Interoffice Correspondence subseries is mainly administrative memos and internal communication notes from 1985-1996.

C) In 1983, Neil Morgan was promoted to editor of the San Diego Evening Tribune replacing Fred Kinne (editor, 1971-1983). This subseries contains three folders of correspondence related to Morgan's promotion to the position of editor.

D) The Round Table Luncheons were established in 1983 to facilitate the interaction of editors and reporters and members of the community for discussion. For his accomplishments, Neil Morgan won the Ring of Truth Award for Individual Enterprise Benefiting a Copley Newspaper. The materials are arranged chronologically by date of luncheon and contains agenda, lists of guest speakers, short introductions of guest speakers, biographical information, transcripts of discussions, articles about the Round Tables, thank-you letters from attendees and a few recorded audio cassette tapes of the sessions.

E) The Pulitzer Prize Materials subseries contains a correspondence file related to Neil Morgan's selection as a juror for the 1989 Pulitzer Prize in Journalism. Also included are materials related to San Diego Evening Tribune writer Jonathan Freedman's editorial series on immigration reform which won the prize in 1987 and includes congratulation letters, newspaper clippings, and photographs.

SERIES 8: COLUMN DRAFTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS

The COLUMN DRAFTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS series contains typescript drafts for selected published columns and articles not included in Morgan's scrapbooks, as well as files for special projects. The series is arranged in two subseries: A) Typescripts and B) Special Projects.

A) While the scrapbooks located in Series 1A reflect Neil Morgan's extensive journalism career, this series includes additional newspaper clippings, some dated as early as 1952. The typescripts subseries includes clippings not included in the scrapbooks, as well as typescripts for articles written for the San Diego Union and San Diego Evening Tribune, photographs taken by Neil Morgan accompanying the typescripts, and miscellaneous travel articles written by Judith Morgan.

B) The Special Projects subseries includes writing and editing projects with which Neil Morgan was involved, in addition to daily journalism duties. The collection includes a partial manuscript written by Neil Morgan from an idea script from Raymond Chandler, brochures, and material related to the "Faces of San Diego" video supplementing the editorial series. Also included are correspondence materials for the Dr. Seuss Anti-Drug Poster printed for the San Diego Evening Tribune in 1989.

SERIES 9: BOOKS

The BOOKS series comprises eight subseries of writings Neil Morgan authored between 1963-1997, but it is not comprehensive of his entire published works. The series is arranged in eight subseries: A) Neil Morgan's San Diego (1963), B) Westward Tilt (1963), C) Pacific States (1967), D) California Syndrome (1969), E) San Diego: The Unconventional City (1972), F) Above San Diego (1990), G) Roger: A Biography of Roger Revelle, and H) Miscellaneous.

The materials represented are typescript drafts, galley proofs, plate proofs, correspondence, draft revisions, source material, notes, and book reviews.

SERIES 10: MAGAZINE ARTICLES

Aside from the magazine clippings included in the scrapbooks in Series 1B, the MAGAZINE ARTICLES series contains notes, typescript drafts and research materials for several magazine articles. The series is arranged in two subseries: A) Miscellaneous and B) National Geographic.

A) The Miscellaneous subseries contains typed notecards, typescript drafts, and a few copies of articles for various journals including Good Housekeeping, Holiday, Seminar, and Westways. Notecards for the Esquire magazine interview with Richard Nixon are also included in the subseries.

B) The article entitled "San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet" was published in National Geographic in 1989. Morgan has published articles in nine other issues of National Geographic between 1976-1989. The subseries contains correspondence, preliminary drafts, page proofs, photographs, reviews, and research source material.

SERIES 11: SPEECHES AND LECTURES

The SPEECHES AND LECTURES series contains typescripts and notecards containing formal and informal speeches given between 1988-2003. There are also several folders containing incomplete sets of speeches; undated and untitled typescripts; and notecards.

SERIES 12: AUDIO RECORDINGS

The AUDIO RECORDINGS series contains audiocassette and reel-to-reel recordings arranged in three subseries: A) Associated with Neil Morgan, B) Collected by Morgan, and C) Interviews by Neil Morgan.

A) The first subseries, arranged chronologically, contains audiocassettes that feature Neil Morgan as a panelist for the American Society of Newspaper Editors, on-air radio interviews, as an announcer for San Diego Evening Tribune radio advertisements, and an audio copy of the "Faces of San Diego" Neil Morgan narration.

B) Neil Morgan also collected several audiocassettes related to and advertising the San Diego Evening Tribune in the form of news spots and radio jingles.

C) The Interviews by Morgan subseries, arranged alphabetically, contains audiocassettes of interviews conducted by Neil Morgan.

SERIES 13: VIDEO RECORDINGS

The VIDEO RECORDINGS series contains videocassette and reel-to-reel recordings arranged in two subseries: A) Associated with Neil Morgan and B) Collected by Neil Morgan.

A) The first subseries comprises of Neil Morgan as an interviewee on the KPBS "Conversations with Gloria Penner", as a narrator for the "San Diego: Our Historic City" and the "Faces of San Diego" documentary. The "Portraits of San Diego" contains a portrait video still of Neil Morgan by photographer Antony di Gesu.

B) Neil Morgan collected a few videos of recorded local news stories that were done in partnership with stories featured in the San Diego Evening Tribune newspaper. Also in the collection is a copy of "San Diego: All in a Day's Work" produced for a San Diego Historical Society's photography exhibition.

SERIES 14: AWARDS

Included in the AWARDS series are correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia related to recognitions Neil Morgan has received from 1983-1999 including the Ring of Truth Award (1983), Fourth State Award (1988), American Jewish Committee Institute of Human Relations (1990), and Mr. San Diego (1999).

SERIES 15: RICHARD NIXON

The RICHARD NIXON series contains two letters from President Richard Nixon dated 1969-1970 concerning the Esquire article.

SERIES 16: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

SCRAPBOOKS

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Newspaper Columns

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1 1 1941 - North Carolina.
Contains magazine and newspaper clippings of articles written by Morgan as editor of the Wake Forest college magazine entitled THE STUDENT and as assistant state news editor for the Raleigh News and Observer.
1 2 1946, June - 1948, March.
SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL - "Crosstown: It Happened in San Diego" and "From Our Seat."
1 3 1947, February - 1948, April.
SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL - "Air Fare" by Terry Nolan (pseudonym).
1 4 1948, April 23 - 1948, November.
SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL - "Air Fare." Morgan stops using the pseudonym "Terry Nolan" in early July 1948.
1 5 ca. 1948, March - 1950, May 25.
SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL - "From Our Seat" and "Record Reviews."
1 6 1948, November 15 - 1950, March 28.
SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan"
1 7 1950, March 29 - 1951, February 13.
SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan" (ends late May 1950) and SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan: Crosstown" (begins June 12, 1950). The SAN DIEGO DAILY JOURNAL was purchased by the Union Tribune Publishing Company on May 27, 1950.
1 8 1951, February 14 - November 22.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan: Crosstown."
1 9 1951, November 23 - 1952, June 18.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan: Crosstown".
1 10 1952, June 19 - 1953, October 10.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan: Crosstown".
1 11 1953, October 12 - 1955, July 6.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan: Crosstown".
1 12 1955, July 7 - 1956, September 22.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan: Crosstown". Title changes to "Crosstown with Neil Morgan" on July 24, 1956.
1 13 1956, September 25 - 1958, April 23.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan".
1 14 1958, April 24 - 1959, June 20.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan".
1 15 1959, June 23 - 1960, June 13.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan".
1 16 1960, June 14 - 1961, June 12.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan".
1 17 1961, June 14 - 1962, March 28.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown with Neil Morgan" (column ends on 08/17/1961) and "Neil Morgan" (column begins on 08/18/1961).
1 18 1962, March 29 - November 9.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'" (begins July 8, 1962).
1 19 1962, November 10 - 1963, May 31.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 20 1963, June 1 - 1964, April 10.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 21 1964, April 11- December 31.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 22 1965, January 1 - September 29.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 23 1965, September 30 - 1966, May 4.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 24 1966, May 5 - 1967, May 1.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 25 1967, May 2 - 1968, April 7.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 26 1968, April 8 - 1969, May 31.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 27 1969, June 1 - 1970, April 30.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 28 1970, May 1 - October 25.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 29 1970, October 26 - 1971, July 28.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's "Assignment West'".
1 30 1971, July 29 - 1972, April 30.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 31 1972, May 1 - 1973, July 31.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION - "Neil Morgan's 'Assignment West'".
1 32 1973, July 31 - 1974, August 11.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION.
1 33 1974, August 12 - 1976, September 26.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION.
1 34 1976, October 3 - 1978, December 16.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION.
1 35 1979, January 1 - 1981, November 16.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - Neil Morgan (column) and SAN DIEGO UNION.
1 36 1981, November 17 - 1984, October 1.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 37 1984, October 2 - 1987, August 31.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 38 1987, September 1 - 1989, September 29.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 39 1989, October 2 - 1992, January 28.
SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 40 1994, January 1 - December 29.
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 41 1995, January 1 - December 26.
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 42 1996, January 4 - December 31.
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 43 1997, January 2 - 1998, December 20.
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 44 1999, January 10 - December 24.
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).
1 45 2001, January 4 - 2002, December 29.
SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE - "Neil Morgan" (column).

Magazine Articles

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1 46 1955 - 1961.
Includes photographs of Morgan and newspaper clippings about Morgan.
1 47 1962 - 1970.
1 48 1971 - 1975.
1 49 1976 - 1978.
1 50 1979 - 1982.
1 51 1983 - 1989.

Reviews of Books by Morgan

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1 52 MY SAN DIEGO (1951), CROSSTOWN (1953), and MY SAN DIEGO (1960), 1951 - 1960.
1 53 WESTWARD TILT (1963), 1962 - 1970.
1 54 WESTWARD TILT (1963), 1963.
1 55 PACIFIC STATES (1967), CALIFORNIA SYNDROME (1969), and SAN DIEGO: THE UNCONVENTIONAL CITY (1972), 1967 - 1973.

SUBJECT FILES

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Miscellaneous

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2 1 Copley party, August 12, 1955.
2 2 Autograph Party for La Jolla - San Diego Country Theatre and Arts Foundation, 1956.
Includes invitation materials.
2 3 Nixon, Richard - Standby file, 1956.
2 4 Copley, James S. - Community letters, 1958.
2 5 Democratic National Convention, 1960.
2 6 Republican National Convention, 1964.
Includes correspondence and news clippings.
2 7 American Broadcasting Companies plagarism, 1968 - 1969.
2 8 Cronkite, Walter, 1979 - 1994.
Includes sailing editorials.
2 9 Witty, Bob, 1981 - 1984.
2 10 San Ysidro massacre column - Reaction letters, 1984.
2 11 Urban, Christine - Planning, 1989 - 1991.
2 12 Buchwald, Art - Thanksgiving, 1991.
2 13 Wilson, Pete - Inaugural ceremony, 1991.
2 14 Human Rights/Human Relations Commission, 1992.
2 15 Market statistics - San Diego, 1992.
2 16 Michener, James, 1992 - 1994.
2 17 Shakespeare, Mark, 1992.
2 18 San Diego clippings.
Part 1.
2 19 San Diego clippings.
Part 2.
2 20 San Diego clippings.
Part 3.
2 21 San Diego clippings.
Part 4.
2 22 San Diego clippings.
Part 5.
2 23 San Diego clippings.
Part 6.
2 24 San Diego clippings.
Part 7.
2 25 San Diego clippings.
Part 8.
3 1 San Diego clippings.
Part 9.
3 2 San Diego history clippings.
3 3 Speeches of others.
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3 4 Adler, Allen.
3 5 Airport, October.
3 6 Airport columns, 1993 - 1996.
3 7 Art grant flap, September.
3 8 Back-up.
3 9 Baja.
3 10 Bersin, Alan, December 28.
3 11 Border.
3 12 California back-up.
3 13 California - Elaine Brooks, September 9.
3 14 Children's Museum, October.
3 15 Column ideas.
3 16 Columns in the works.
3 17 Cul-du-sac, September 21.
3 18 Empty buildings.
3 19 Escondido.
3 20 Eureka.
3 21 Fayman, Danah.
3 22 Floating airport.
3 23 Freeways, October 19.
3 24 Future column ideas.
3 25 Goodkin, Sanford.
3 26 High-speed rail.
3 27 Hot letters.
3 28 Items, February.
3 29 Items ready, June.
3 30 Kerr, Clark.
3 31 Klauber, Philip.
3 32 Leaving California.
3 33 Mexico, October.
3 34 Most asked for clips.
3 35 Museum of San Diego History.
3 36 Navy column, October 3.
Part 1.
3 37 Navy column, October 3.
Part 2.
4 1 Nobel Laureates.
4 2 North County.
4 3 Orfila, Alejandro, September 30.
4 4 Osuna/Tijuana.
4 5 Palomar - Lights, September 28.
4 6 Quigley Gym, September 17.
4 7 Risk analysis, October.
4 8 Roberts, Ron.
4 9 San Diego Airport Initiative, 1992 - 1993.
4 10 San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), September 23.
4 11 San Diego - Imperial Valley Railroad.
4 12 San Diego Public Library.
4 13 Science, September 19.
4 14 Scripps Institution of Oceanography associates.
4 15 Shirk, Susan - IGCC.
4 16 Smith, Gordon.
4 17 Southern California Future Demographics.
4 18 Street lights.
4 19 Successes.
4 20 Trivia column.
4 21 Tourism in San Diego, November.
4 22 Vision - LEAD.
4 23 Water - Harry Griffin.
4 24 Wired city.
4 25 Zoo - Pandas.
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4 26 Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation, Inc.
4 27 Airport, April 19.
4 28 Airport - Las Vegas.
4 29 Arizmendi, Yareli, June 14.
4 30 Baja papers.
4 31 Balboa Park Convention Center Expansions.
4 32 Book parties column.
4 33 Britannica.
4 34 Brom, Bishop Robert H.
4 35 Buchwald, Art.
4 36 CONNECT (UCSD Program in Technology and Entrepreneurship), January.
4 37 Consejo Asesor del UNION-TRIBUNE Partners Event.
4 38 Coronado Bridge, July 14.
4 39 County parks.
4 40 Courthouse, March 22.
4 41 Crick TV, August 11.
4 42 Crime, August 18.
4 43 Day, Thomas, January 1.
4 44 Drug-Decriminalize.
4 45 Duggan, Ervin, March 29.
4 46 Economic Development Corporation.
4 47 Election, November 8.
4 48 Electricity.
4 49 Episcopal Deans, April 28.
4 50 Evons, Tom, July 13.
4 51 General Atomics.
4 52 Gibbs, Bill (San Diego County Flight).
4 53 Gnatcatcher, August.
4 54 Grants writing, December 18.
4 55 Green, Cecil.
4 56 Gridiron.
4 57 Grinch, December 25.
4 58 Health care, December 6.
4 59 Immigrants, September 20.
4 60 InSITE, August 21.
4 61 Keeney, Ed, October 13.
5 1 La Jolla Cancer, May 22.
5 2 La Jolla Cancer Foundation.
5 3 La Jolla Museum - Hugh Davies.
5 4 LEAD San Diego, October.
5 5 Leyte Gulf, September 27.
5 6 Library NOW.
5 7 Library of Congress, September 25.
5 8 Lindblad, Lars, July 26.
5 9 Matrix, November 15.
5 10 McBride, May 19.
5 11 McKinney, Bishop George.
5 12 Mexicali, July 17.
5 13 Mexican Archives, September 20.
5 14 Mission Bay.
5 15 Morgan, Neil - Quotes.
5 16 Mosher, Bob, August 7.
5 17 Mount Laguna telescope.
5 18 Mullis, Kary, July 28.
5 19 Munk, Walter, May 3.
5 20 National City Depot, November 20.
5 21 Naval Command, Control and Ocean Surveillance Center (NCCOSC).
5 22 Nay, Don, December 4.
5 23 New Year's names.
5 24 NEW YORK TIMES - Immigration.
5 25 Orfila Winery.
5 26 Oxley, Sue, November 22.
5 27 Presidio, December 4.
5 28 Project Primer.
5 29 Qureshey, Safi.
5 30 Reuben Fleet Center.
5 31 Ruby's.
5 32 Salk Institute - Dallas, March 3.
5 33 San Antonio.
5 34 San Diego Blood Bank.
5 35 San Diego Children's Museum, July.
5 36 San Diego Dialogue.
5 37 San Diego Natural History Museum.
5 38 San Diego New Children's Zoo.
5 39 San Diego Nobel Laureates.
5 40 San Diego statistics, November 17.
5 41 San Diego vacation, July 10.
5 42 San Diego Zoo - Dr. Lee Monroe, December 8.
5 43 School Language (Jill).
5 44 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), March.
Part 1.
5 45 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
Part 2.
5 46 Sessions, Milton.
5 47 Sewage.
Part 1.
5 48 Sewage.
Part 2.
5 49 SIO Bridge, January 27.
5 50 Terns, June 12.
5 51 Ticketmaster.
5 52 Tijuana.
5 53 Todd, Frank, October 9.
5 54 Torrey Pines, October 6.
5 55 Traffic School, May 8.
6 1 Troupe, Quincy, February 15.
6 2 UCSD Extension.
6 3 UCSD TV, August.
6 4 Urban Land Institute, March 17.
6 5 Vernal pools.
6 6 Water.
6 7 Wilson, Pete - Speech.
6 8 Windmills, August 14.
6 9 Yankelovich, Daniel, May 5.
Box Folder Oversize
6 10 AIDS - Charlie Thomas, December.
6 11 Airport, June 1.
6 12 Airport 2000, June 18.
6 13 Baja California, April 23.
6 14 Baja Fonatura, November 5.
6 15 Baja trip, November 21.
6 16 Balboa Park, January 8.
6 17 Borrego sun.
6 18 Bottom items, June.
6 19 Braceros, December.
6 20 Brigham, Fro, December 14.
6 21 Burgener, Clair, March 9.
6 22 Cabrillo Monument.
6 23 Chesapeake Fish, August 27.
6 24 Chula Vista Library.
6 25 Coast Walk, October 8.
6 26 Consumers, December 17.
6 27 Convair (1935).
6 28 Cronan, Terry, May 4.
6 29 Cronkite, Walter - Media, May.
6 30 Darling, Bruce.
6 31 Davies, Hugh - Public art, May 2.
6 32 Day, Dr. Thomas - Speech, August 29.
6 33 ECONOMIST and Mexico.
6 34 Eger, John.
6 35 Escondido California Center for the Arts, August 29.
6 36 Forester, Russell, January 20.
6 37 Foundation For Change.
6 38 Gaslamp, June.
6 39 Georges E. Barnes Junior Tennis Center, March 9.
6 40 Harcourt Brace (Kathleen Krull).
6 41 Hubbs - Sea World Institute.
6 42 Immigration - Museum of Photographic Arts.
6 43 Jones, Jeanne, February 28.
6 44 Leucadia.
6 45 Local authors, December.
6 46 Los Angeles Schools LEARN.
6 47 McGill, William, January 1.
6 48 Media column, June.
6 49 Mingei Museum - Roger Cornell.
6 50 Mission Trails.
6 51 Mortensen, Chris.
6 52 Mount Laguna Observatory, July 30.
6 53 Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, September.
6 54 Nathanson, Chuck, December.
6 55 Navy Mayor, January 10.
6 56 Neuro Philosophy.
6 57 Neuroscientist, October 19.
6 58 New Year 1996 Verse.
6 59 Old Globe 60th.
7 1 Orchids/Onions.
7 2 Orfila Wine.
7 3 Philanthrophy, November.
7 4 Price, Ned - Solar.
7 5 Price, Sol.
7 6 Project PRIMER, September 12.
7 7 Ramona County, December.
7 8 Rams Hill, January 12.
7 9 Rapid transit, May.
7 10 Reading specialists.
7 11 Rhoades, John/Alan Bersin.
7 12 Salk Institute, November.
7 13 San Diego Data Processing Corporation.
7 14 San Diego firsts, April 11.
7 15 San Diego Jazz Party, February 16.
7 16 San Diego State University history, November 28.
7 17 San Diego State University Video Conference, February 19.
7 18 San Diego Symphony, December 3.
7 19 San Diego Symphony - Indians.
7 20 San Diego Unified Port District.
7 21 SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE 100th Birthday, December 2.
7 22 Schuckit Book, June 15.
7 23 Scripps maps, October 12.
7 24 Scripps ships, October 22.
7 25 Seventeen cities.
7 26 Sharp Hospital, January 15.
7 27 Spalding, Albert G., January 12.
7 28 Thanksgiving.
7 29 Tijuana - Channel 12 (Jose Guasch).
7 30 Tijuana Mayors, September 7.
7 31 Tijuana tour.
7 32 Tijuana war.
7 33 Trout, Dr. Monroe, April 25.
7 34 University of California Regents history.
7 35 University of California, San Diego, August 22.
7 36 United States International University.
7 37 Valante, Susan and Luminore, May 11.
7 38 Walshok, Mary.
7 39 Wieghorst, Olaf.
Box Folder Oversize
7 40 Agility Forum.
7 41 Ambassadors, August 16.
7 42 American Innotek, Inc., August 29.
7 43 Berber, Wolfgang, August 22.
7 44 Bersin, Alan, July 9.
7 45 Border, July 28.
7 46 Border - Peter Preuss, May 30.
7 47 Brenner Institute, May 7.
7 48 Bronowski, Rita, April 30.
7 49 California Recovery.
7 50 Carlsbad/Oceanside.
7 51 Chambers, Ned, May 14.
7 52 Children's Museum, April 21.
7 53 Chula Vista, February.
7 54 City job surveys, October 15.
7 55 Civic Theatre, February 20.
7 56 Comet Hyakutake, March 26.
7 57 Conn, Robert - UCSD, May 21.
7 58 County water history.
7 59 Darling, Bruce, October 24.
7 60 Dole, Elizabeth.
7 61 Donovan Correctional Facility.
7 62 Education.
7 63 El Toro Airport Committee.
7 64 Elementary Institute of Science, March 28.
7 65 Escondido, April 23.
7 66 Farns, Carolyn, December 3.
7 67 Golding, Susan (Mayor), November 1.
7 68 Graduation, June 2.
8 1 Harris, T. George - Magazine, October 10.
8 2 INSIGHTS.
8 3 International Relations and Pacific Studies/UCSD, November 21.
8 4 Jones, Chuck.
Includes annotated interview with Chuck Jones from 1992.
8 5 KPBS - John Walton, September 1.
8 6 La Jolla Chevron Station, March 21.
8 7 Larson, Judy and Auto Club, May 16.
8 8 LEAD Children's Panel, April 25.
8 9 Letters - Answered.
8 10 Lindbergh Field, February 15.
8 11 LONDON FINANCIAL TIMES, June.
8 12 McGrory, Jack, October 20-22.
8 13 Millennium, November 10.
8 14 Mingei Museum, August 6.
8 15 Mission Valley Trolley.
8 16 NASA Specialized Center of Research and Training (NSCORT), March 17.
8 17 Nobel laureates.
8 18 North County SANDAG, October 6.
8 19 Nuclear, November 26-28.
8 20 Old Town, February 6.
8 21 Owens, Bill - SAIC, June 9.
8 22 Pacship.
8 23 Pauma Valley, March.
8 24 Peterson, Roger Tory, August 1.
8 25 Powell, Colin, August 4.
8 26 Republican National Convention.
Includes newspaper clippings and correspondence.
8 27 Revelle, Roger.
8 28 San Diego and Los Angeles, October 1.
8 29 San Diego books, May 2.
8 30 San Diego Dialogue Plenary, February 10.
8 31 San Diego Jazz Party, February 13.
8 32 San Diego lists.
8 33 San Diego State University Library, November 11.
8 34 San Diego Zoo.
8 35 Schuckit, Marc.
8 36 Scientists, January 7.
8 37 Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Venice, June 6.
8 38 Solar Turbines, March 12.
8 39 Spreckels and Coronado, May 26.
8 40 St. Anne's, April 7.
8 41 Starr, Kevin, March 24, 1994 - 1996.
8 42 Stone, Frank.
8 43 Technical Museum, October 13.
8 44 Tijuana boom, April 28.
8 45 Trauma Center, April 14.
8 46 UCSD - Richard Dynes, April 18.
8 47 Underwater photography history, February.
8 48 Warden, Barbara.
8 49 Water column, July.
8 50 Weber, Stephen L./Richard Dynes, July 18.
8 51 Wilson, Pete and THE ECONOMIST, March 4, 1995 - 1996.
8 52 Wooley, Buzz.
Box Folder Oversize
8 53 22nd District, June 22.
8 54 Airport Authority, March.
8 55 Benirschke, Kurt, September 25.
8 56 Bersin, Alan, February.
8 57 Blair, Ray, February 16-19.
8 58 Border Rainbow - Marasco, April 13.
8 59 Brom, Bishop Robert, October 12.
8 60 Caen, Herb, February 4.
8 61 California Journalism Award.
8 62 California Reform, March.
8 63 Caltech/Capsi, December 16.
8 64 Chandler, Raymond, February 23.
8 65 Cox, Greg, August 3.
8 66 Cults, March 30.
8 67 Fenical, William, February.
8 68 Fleet Center, May 22.
8 69 Free Campus Shows, August 28.
8 70 Frieman - Science Council, September 4.
8 71 Geisel, Audrey, February 19.
8 72 General Dynamics, October 2.
9 1 Gilot, Francoise, February.
9 2 Graham, Kay, February.
9 3 Health care issues, October.
9 4 Henderson, Bruce, February.
9 5 Hippocratic Oath, July 10.
9 6 Hong Kong, July 3.
9 7 Hotel Del Coronado, June 3.
9 8 Hummingbird, July 6.
9 9 Items, August 21.
9 10 Jill - Bilingual, March.
9 11 Jim Allen House, August 24.
9 12 Karin, Sid, April 1.
9 13 Khoury, Tawfiq, March 11.
9 14 KIDSAT, July 24.
9 15 La Jolla Playhouse, May 20.
9 16 Letters - Answered.
9 17 Lindblad, Sven-Olaf.
9 18 Lutteroth/TJ/Diapers, March 5.
9 19 Marasco, Sam - Border meeting, September 19.
9 20 McGill, William.
9 21 Metro Government, March.
9 22 MEXUS, January 30.
9 23 Mingei International Museum of Folk Art - Yurta exhibition, February.
9 24 Miramar Naval Air Station, October 5.
9 25 Museum of Man, October 16.
9 26 Navy - Marasco, July 22.
9 27 Navy mayor, July 15.
9 28 North Embarcadero, February 23.
9 29 Pierce, Neil R./Mary Walshok, May 7.
9 30 Pollard, Tom - Burnham Institute, February 6.
9 31 President Clinton - UCSD, June 29.
9 32 Price, Sol, July 31.
9 33 Ragan, Sam.
9 34 Railtex, December.
9 35 Salvatore, September 9.
9 36 San Diego Dialogue, March.
9 37 San Diego Foundation, March.
9 38 San Diego Museum of Art, August 19.
9 39 Schneider, Charlie, January 26.
9 40 Science Applications International Corporation(SAIC), July 27.
9 41 Seuss suits, July 13.
9 42 Stadium, January 28.
9 43 Starr, Kevin - California Sesquicentennial, April 10.
9 44 Suburbia, August 7.
9 45 Tasende, Jose/Russell Forester, March 18.
9 46 Tijuana women.
9 47 UCSD - Community, June 8.
9 48 UCSD Summit, February 24.
9 49 United States International University, October 2.
9 50 Vavra, Robert, April 20.
9 51 Volunteers, October 10.
9 52 Walshok, Mary/Daniel Yankelovich - San Diego community.
9 53 Weber, Stephen, August 26.
9 54 Yankelovich, Daniel, February.
9 55 York, Herbert - JASON, August.
9 56 Youth Symphony, March 27.
9 57 Zoo cloning, March 6.
9 58 Zoo/Wild Animal Park, June 24.
Box Folder Oversize
9 59 Apple on San Diego, September 20.
9 60 Ballot column, October 18.
9 61 Baxley, Robert, October 27.
9 62 Bersin, Alan, October 11.
9 63 Best columns.
9 64 Blanchard, Ken, November 17.
9 65 Brom, Bishop Robert, December.
9 66 Caen, Herb, May 26.
9 67 Campbell, Ian, February 17.
9 68 Camper, June 4.
9 69 Car dealers - Goodkin, July 14.
9 70 Clark, Mary and Dallas, December 10.
10 1 Cronkite, Walter, July 30.
10 2 Crumpler, Hugh, June 30.
10 3 Davies, John, August 6.
10 4 Dialogue, March 6.
10 5 El Nino/Jacobs/Jazz, February 1.
10 6 Espinosa, September 13.
10 7 Eureka, etc., July 12.
10 8 EXPO 98, March 29.
10 9 Fulton, John/Jim Michener, February 24.
10 10 Golding, Susan (Mayor) - Columns.
10 11 Grobstein, Clifford, September 10.
10 12 Haiman, Bob.
10 13 Hardy, Andy/Arthur Ollman/Mick Hager/Bob Sain, August 27.
10 14 Health care, March 1.
10 15 Hirshberg, Jerry - Revelle, August 13.
10 16 Hubbell, James, April 9.
10 17 Irvine - Del, September 13.
10 18 Jones, Chuck and Marian, November 22.
10 19 Julian Foundation.
10 20 Julian Library - Mayor - Regionalism, May 5.
10 21 Killea Foundation.
10 22 Killea, Lucy, February 12.
10 23 Killean, Larry, May 12.
10 24 Larroque, Jose, January 20.
10 25 LIGHT UP THE SKY, August 3.
10 26 Marasco, Sam, March 10-12.
10 27 McCord Museum - Canada, July 5.
10 28 Metropolitan Transit Development Board, October 6.
10 29 Milwaukee mayor, September 15.
10 30 Opera Box, February 19.
10 31 Qualcomm, April 30.
10 32 Qualcomm - Latin America, April 16.
10 33 Rancho Santa Fe - Constance Clotfelter, February 18.
10 34 Ring of Truth Awards columns.
10 35 Russ High School, November 19.
10 36 Salk, Jonas.
10 37 San Diego Housing Commission.
10 38 San Diego Italians, October 13.
10 39 Santa Ana weather, October 9.
10 40 Seuss column, April 19.
10 41 Seuss - Globe, November 22.
10 42 Solar Turbines, February 1.
10 43 Timken Museum of Art, May 3.
10 44 Tourism, December 1.
10 45 Trout, Monroe, August 30.
10 46 UCSD.
10 47 UCSD Bridge, August 20.
10 48 UCSD Consortium.
10 49 UCSD - Marine, June 25.
10 50 UCSD - Tours.
10 51 VA Medical Center, April 12.
10 52 Vision plans, October 22.
10 53 Volunteer fire - George Bailey, August 23.
10 54 Walshok, Mary, April 24.
10 55 Whaling bar, July 7.
10 56 Womens clubs, March 10.
10 57 Zoo, July 8.
Box Folder Oversize
11 1 Airlines - Travel, June 3.
11 2 Anderson, Al, April 8.
11 3 Bacigalupi, Don, October 14.
11 4 Balboa Park Exposition 2000.
11 5 Banff National Park, October 31.
11 6 Boulder, Colorado - National Center for Atmospheric Research, October 12.
Part 1.
11 7 Boulder, Colorado - National Center for Atmospheric Research, October 12.
Part 2.
11 8 Brom, Bishop Robert, January 21.
11 9 California State University - Alex Gonzalez, July 6.
11 10 California Virtual University, April 6.
11 11 CALTRANS tour, December 7.
Includes audio recorded cassette.
11 12 Citizen Coordinate for Century 3, May 9.
11 13 City Heights, July 1.
11 14 Contest entries.
11 15 Creativity, October 17.
11 16 Denver, June 29.
11 17 Dulbecco, Renato, March 23.
11 18 Froman, Veronica Zasadni, July 18.
11 19 Golding, Susan (Mayor), December 26.
11 20 Haddad, Ben, January 10.
11 21 Harborside School.
11 22 Health care, April 15.
11 23 Junk mail, October 7.
11 24 Kerr, Clark - Book - University of California.
11 25 Kiwanis Speech, April 9.
11 26 LaBella, Charles, August 29.
11 27 Leadership, February 9.
11 28 Lewis, Charles, June 17.
11 29 McGill Innovative Head Start and Kindergarden Academy - Mid City Medical Clinic, December 23.
11 30 Medicare, March 9.
11 31 Medicare fraud, February 23.
11 32 Meling Ranch, April 18.
11 33 MEXUS Program, May 6.
11 34 Mulege, August 19.
11 35 Naval Training Center, February 25.
Part 1.
11 36 Naval Training Center, September 24.
Part 2.
11 37 Norway - Steamer.
11 38 Ollman, Arthur - Museum of Photographic Arts, July 29.
11 39 Orfila, Alejandro, November 28.
11 40 Oryx - Oman, August 17.
11 41 Poinsettias, December 19.
11 42 Portland, June 15.
11 43 PRETTY FIRE production, August 24.
11 44 Questions for Mayor (Susan Golding), September 2.
11 45 Rhodes, John - Column/UCSD, August 26.
11 46 Risk assessment, February 18.
11 47 Rooney, Andy, November 9.
11 48 Rotary Speech of San Diego-Speech.
11 49 Ryder, Oliver - Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species (CRES), March 14.
12 1 San Diego Chamber of Commerce - Jessie Knight, August 8.
12 2 San Diego County Water Authority, November 7.
12 3 SAN DIEGO DIALOGUE - Border, March 21.
12 4 San Diego Foundation, February 7.
12 5 San Diego Historical Society, January 14.
12 6 San Diego Hospice, March 7.
12 7 San Diego North Convention and Visitors Bureau, June 10.
12 8 San Diego Press Club, February 2.
12 9 San Fernando, March 18.
12 10 Sawday, Charles, November 14.
12 11 Shuffleboard - La Jolla, August 5.
12 12 South Bay, June 13.
12 13 Sunday back-up, February 14.
12 14 Tanzania - Julius Nyerere, October 19.
12 15 University of California, San Diego - War, April 22.
12 16 Wealth - WD-40, December 9.
12 17 Weber, Stephen, November 21.
12 18 Whales, March 16.
Box Folder Oversize
12 19 African-Americans - Walter Fuller/George Walker Smith, March 23.
12 20 Athenaeum Music and Arts Library, March 7.
12 21 Awards, 2000 - 2002.
12 22 Baba, Jeffery, November 30.
12 23 Bersin, Alan, August 6.
12 24 Blanchard, Ken, September 28.
12 25 Blobel, Gunter, January 3.
12 26 Burnham Institute, April 11.
12 27 Burnham Institute - Stuart Lipton, July 2.
12 28 Camper follow ups.
12 29 Chino farms, June 20.
12 30 City Beautiful of San Diego, August 10.
12 31 City planning.
12 32 Connaught.
12 33 Consulado General de Mexico, May 28.
12 34 Cronkite, Walter - Conventions, August 12.
12 35 Davies, Hugh - Show, September 26.
12 36 Davis, Peter, June 29.
12 37 Dulbecco, Renato.
12 38 EUREKA Communities - LEAD San Diego, April 9.
12 39 EUREKA San Diego, June 18.
12 40 Filner, Bob, April 18.
12 41 Frieman, Ed, May 23.
12 42 Gibbs, Bill.
12 43 Golding, Susan (Mayor) Columns - Retrospective, 1992 - 2000.
12 44 Goodkin, Sanford, April 2.
12 45 Hall, Thomas, March 29.
12 46 IMAX Theater - San Diego Natural History Museum, June 22.
12 47 Julian/Pine Hills, July 25.
12 48 Keeney, Ed, September 8.
12 49 Kennedy Center, June 9.
12 50 Kennel, Charles.
13 1 Knight, Jessie, June 27.
13 2 Knox, Harley, January 20.
13 3 La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club, August 14.
13 4 La Jolla Historical Society, October 10.
13 5 LaBella, Chuck, May 18.
13 6 Los Cabos.
13 7 Lutteroth, Hector, November 14.
13 8 Marasco, Sam, March 21.
13 9 McGrory, Jack, October 12.
13 10 McPherron, Aimee Sample.
13 11 Mexico Elections, July 6.
13 12 Milliken, Judge James, December 10.
13 13 Mr. San Diego Award '99.
13 14 Museum of Photographic Arts - Arthur Ollman, April 20.
13 15 Navy history, September 24.
13 16 Neurosciences Institute - Gerald Edelman, August 8.
13 17 Nighttime zoo, July 20.
13 18 Noel, Craig, April 6.
13 19 Orfila Vineyards and Winery.
13 20 Peace, Steve - Update, June 15.
13 21 Preuss School, October 3.
13 22 Pulitzer Prize.
Includes past letters of recommendation for Neil Morgan.
13 23 Rogers, Kim, August 22.
13 24 Ross, Robert MD, August 24 and 27.
13 25 San Diego Air Commerce Center/Brown Field.
Part 1.
13 26 San Diego Air Commerce Center/Brown Field.
Part 2.
13 27 San Diego Air Commerce Center/Brown Field, May 16.
Part 3.
13 28 San Diego Air Commerce Center/Brown Field, July 23.
Part 4.
13 29 San Diego Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species, November 21.
13 30 San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau, June 25.
13 31 San Diego Coronado Bridge, March 19.
13 32 San Diego Cultural Arts Program, June 8.
13 33 San Diego Natural History Museum, June 11.
13 34 San Diego Padres - Peoria Sports Complex, March 14.
13 35 Sculling, August 3.
13 36 Speer, Admiral Paul H. (Port Commissioner), January 16.
13 37 Tourism, November 28.
13 38 Vega, Greg, April 16.
14 1 Veteran's home - Chula Vista, December 7.
14 2 Walther-Meade, Yolanda, September 12.
14 3 Weber, Stephen, July 9.
14 4 White, Harvey, July 11.
14 5 Wiggins, Russell, November 23.
Box Folder Oversize
14 6 Alliance Pharmaceutical, June 24.
14 7 Ballpark, December 16.
14 8 Blue, Linden.
14 9 Bravo, Bevelynn - Lincoln Park, October 19.
14 10 Castenada, Jorge, June 28.
14 11 Children's Hospital, June 21.
14 12 Children's Museum of San Diego, September.
14 13 Computer fraud, September 23.
14 14 Contest entries.
14 15 Crick, Francis.
14 16 Dar al Islam, October 5.
14 17 Ducheny, Denise, May 8.
14 18 Erie, Steve - Metropolitian Water District/Gina Lubrano, August 23.
14 19 Ezcurra, Dr. Exequiel - Interview, January 28.
14 20 Forbes on crash, March 20.
14 21 Froman, Ronne - Schools, August 4.
14 22 Gillispie School, August 2.
14 23 Gilot, Francoise, October 10.
14 24 Grande Colonial Hotel, July 24.
14 25 Growth.
14 26 High cost of living, August 16.
14 27 High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN), August 7.
14 28 High Tech High, July 12.
14 29 Hilton Hotel.
14 30 Interview with Mayor Dick Murphy.
14 31 Inzunza, Ralph.
14 32 Items, August 14.
14 33 JASON, July 1.
14 34 Jill's test, March 6.
14 35 Kamin, Rabbi Ben, August 9.
14 36 Karin, Sid, September 18.
14 37 Kerr, Clark, July 3.
14 38 La Jolla Public Library, May 29.
14 39 LaBella, Charles, September 21.
14 40 Lucky 5 Ranch - Anza-Borrego, April 10.
14 41 Morrow, Anne - Charles Lindbergh, February 12.
14 42 Music weekend, January 23.
14 43 O'Brien, Jack, May 3.
14 44 Old Town - Diane Powers, March 18.
14 45 Omani, November 2.
14 46 Ombudsman.
14 47 Parkloft condominiums, July 26.
14 48 Paso al Norte - Immigration History Museum, September 2.
14 49 Pine Hills - Monsoon clouds, July 15.
14 50 Port of San Diego, November 14, 16, and 18.
14 51 Port of San Diego - History.
14 52 Port of San Diego - Sonali Bose/Dennis Bouey.
15 1 Putnam, Robert, March 22.
Part 1.
15 2 Putnam, Robert, March 22.
Part 2.
15 3 Rio, Ruben del - Our janitor, March 21.
15 4 San Diego Convention Center/Dan McAllister, March 20.
15 5 San Diego Dialogue, April 7.
15 6 San Diego divisions, August 23.
15 7 San Diego Housing Commission - Elizabeth Morris, November 16.
15 8 San Diego North, March 4.
15 9 San Diego Regional Government Efficiency Commission (RGEC), February 6.
15 10 San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy notes, August 30.
15 11 School Board, December 14.
15 12 Science Application International Corporation (SAIC), October 8.
15 13 Series favorites.
15 14 Shea, Pat - San Diego Convention Center, February 13.
15 15 Sign On San Diego.com, November 14.
15 16 Six part series responses.
December 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, and 26.
15 17 Society of American Travel Writers - Interview.
15 18 St. Anne's Barrio Church, July 22.
15 19 Terrorism, September 15.
15 20 Theater, August 12.
15 21 Water.
15 22 Water wars, April 15.
15 23 Weber, Steve - Interview, January 9.
15 24 Whoriskey, Kate - La Jolla Playhouse, January 10.
15 25 Yamada, September 26.
Box Folder Oversize
15 26 9/11 Column, September 11.
15 27 Aguirre, Mike.
15 28 Airport, May 1.
15 29 AVID - Schools.
15 30 Baja - Tecate.
15 31 Balboa Park Cultural Partnership.
15 32 Bate, John, April 14.
15 33 Bayfront - Killeen/Hollingsworth.
15 34 Bazaar del Mundo.
15 35 Bersin, Alan - Teachers, April 3.
15 36 Billboards.
15 37 Blood bank, June 15.
15 38 Brazil.
15 39 Brenner, Sydney, October 20.
15 40 British Airways, April 17.
15 41 Broadways, November 13.
15 42 Brown cloud.
15 43 Burnham, Malin.
15 44 Caen, Herb, April 17.
15 45 Campbell, Ian.
15 46 Casey, David, November 24.
15 47 Chambers, Ned - Health care.
15 48 Chefs - Pamela J. Wischkaemper.
15 49 Christmas columns.
15 50 Cities, April 28.
15 51 Cities without policies.
15 52 City, January 20.
15 53 City charter reform.
15 54 City of Yuma, February 22.
15 55 City rank, June 7.
15 56 Civic reform, January 11.
16 1 Civic Theater, November 24.
16 2 Congressmen back to 1920.
16 3 Convention Center.
16 4 Convis, July 17.
16 5 Copenhagen, April 19.
16 6 County Administration Center.
16 7 Creative class - NEW YORK TIMES.
16 8 Cronkite, Walter.
16 9 Cushman, Steve.
16 10 Davis, Peter Q., August 23.
16 11 Dekema, Jake.
16 12 Desalination.
16 13 Downtown.
16 14 Drucker and T. George Harris.
16 15 Edelman, Gerald.
16 16 Ethics Commission, April 19.
16 17 Federal court, November 13.
16 18 Five congressmen, July 26.
16 19 French rail.
16 20 Frye, Donna, August 28.
16 21 Gaffen, Yehundi.
16 22 Gallagher, Frank.
16 23 Gaslamp Black Historical Society.
16 24 Grantmaker.
16 25 Hahn, Norman - Civic rights.
16 26 Harris, T. George/Ray Fowler.
16 27 Health care, July 14.
16 28 Historical Society permanent exhibit.
16 29 Housing.
16 30 Hubbell, James.
16 31 Imperial Valley, September 25.
16 32 Items, August 2.
16 33 JASONS, July 19.
16 34 Kamin, Rabbi Ben.
16 35 Kennel, Charles.
16 36 Klauber, Janet.
16 37 Knight, Jessie.
16 38 Kolendar, Sheriff Bill.
16 39 Kroc Center, June 12.
16 40 La Secession, April 26.
16 41 Laguna Tunnel.
16 42 LEAD San Diego Morgan Award - Judy McDonald.
16 43 Letters.
16 44 Letters for future columns.
16 45 Library.
16 46 Lynch, William - Airport authority.
16 47 Madaffer, Jim - Ballpark, February 6.
16 48 Matzinger, Dr. Polly - UCSD.
16 49 Medical Society, August 4.
16 50 Metropolitan Transit Development Board, October 17.
16 51 Murphy, Mayor Dick.
16 52 Murphy, Mayor Dick - Appointments.
16 53 Naval Training Center, June 16.
16 54 North Embarcadero, September 27.
16 55 Notes to self.
17 1 Oral History Association, November 6.
17 2 Peace, Steve, August 27.
17 3 Peace, Steve/Dick Murphy/John Kern.
17 4 Pine Hill's fire, August 18.
17 5 Poor Sailors' Airline, September 6.
17 6 Port.
17 7 Price, Sol, September 4.
17 8 Public market - Dale Steele.
17 9 Pugwash Conference, July 31.
17 10 Rain/Draught, November 10.
17 11 Ready column copy.
17 12 Robertson, Cliff, September 18.
17 13 San Diego campuses, July 3.
17 14 San Diego County Water Authority.
17 15 San Diego Dialogue.
17 16 San Diego Foundation, November 20.
17 17 San Diego Foundation Luncheon, May 3.
17 18 San Fernando - Los Angeles mayor.
17 19 Saving San Diego Police Department station.
17 20 School Board, February 21.
17 21 Schools, October 30.
17 22 Signs.
17 23 Smith, Bob.
17 24 Spreckles, July 24.
17 25 Tijuana/READER.
17 26 Tourism, June 23.
17 27 UNION-TRIBUNE Quarterly Manager's Dialogue.
17 28 Update on impacts of tribal economic development projects in San Diego, July.
17 29 Used and considered column letters.
17 30 Villasenor.
17 31 Walt Ekard County.
17 32 Weisman, Annie.
17 33 Wilson, Spencer, August 7.
17 34 Zobell, Karl - Letter.
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17 35 5/14/03.
17 36 8/8/03.
17 37 8/10/03.
17 38 8/14/03.
17 39 8/15/03.
17 40 8/17/03.
17 41 8/20/03.
17 42 8/27/03.
17 43 8/29/03.
17 44 9/5/03.
17 45 9/12/03.
17 46 9/17/03.
17 47 9/19/03.
17 48 9/24/03.
17 49 10/12/03.
17 50 10/20/03 - Tijuana corruption.
17 51 10/22/03.
17 52 10/24/03.
17 53 11/4/03.
17 54 11/19/03.
17 55 11/26/03.
17 56 12/3/03 - Pottery.
17 57 12/5/03 - Nowakowski.
17 58 12/10/03.
17 59 12/12/03 - San Clemente.
17 60 12/24/03.
17 61 75th Annual Conference of The Copley Press, Inc., February 25.
17 62 Affordable housing.
17 63 Aguirre, Michael.
17 64 Airport.
17 65 Airport Authority Committee.
17 66 Airport/Camp Pendleton/Bert Watson.
17 67 Airport next.
18 1 Airport Shilly-Shally, August 1.
18 2 American Red Cross.
18 3 American Society of Newspaper Editors (ASNE) Contest.
18 4 Atkinson, Richard.
18 5 Awards.
18 6 Baja.
18 7 Balboa Park Cultural Partnership.
18 8 Balboa Park history.
18 9 Ballpark.
Part 1.
18 10 Ballpark.
Part 2.
18 11 Base closures.
18 12 Bay front.
18 13 Bednay, Alex.
18 14 Berlin.
18 15 Bersin, Alan - Schools.
18 16 Beyster, Bob.
18 17 Black Mountain Ranch.
18 18 Blanchard, Ken.
18 19 Boling, April.
18 20 Bosa Development - "Grass is greener".
18 21 Boswell, JG - Book reviews.
18 22 Boundaries of Congressional districts.
18 23 Brom, Bishop Robert, September 3.
18 24 Brown Field.
18 25 Budgets.
18 26 Cabrillo National Monument.
18 27 California.
18 28 California crisis, July 20.
18 29 Caliphobes, August 3.
18 30 Campbell site, July 27.
18 31 Campbell vs. Port.
18 32 Carter, Thomas F.
18 33 Casey, David - Items.
18 34 Casinos.
18 35 Census data, March 14.
18 36 Centre City Development Corporation (CDCC)/Padres, April 4.
18 37 Chamber of Commerce.
18 38 Cisterra Partners.
18 39 Citizen reform.
18 40 City Hall - Elena Cristiano.
18 41 City's wiretap, July 30.
18 42 Clean elections.
18 43 Column letters.
Part 1.
18 44 Column letters.
Part 2.
18 45 Column notes, March 26.
18 46 Committee backup, September 3.
18 47 Committee (Thomas F. Carter/Sanford Goodkin).
18 48 Correspondence, January-April.
18 49 Correspondence, May-December.
19 1 Corruption.
19 2 Costa Rica.
19 3 Cowhey, Peter.
19 4 Cox, Greg.
19 5 Crowe, Michael.
19 6 Curl, Hart.
19 7 Davis, Governor Gray - Recall.
19 8 Davis, Peter Q.
19 9 Davis, Peter Q. - Letters, Fall.
19 10 Dead Man's Point.
19 11 Downtown housing.
19 12 Dumanis, Bonnie.
19 13 Dynes, Robert - UT.
19 14 Early San Diego women.
19 15 Epstein, Jason.
19 16 Ethics.
19 17 Ethics commission.
19 18 FABS.
19 19 Fact research.
19 20 Fire columns.
19 21 Fire information.
19 22 Fire letters - Unused.
19 23 Fire letters - Used.
19 24 Fire reform.
19 25 Fredman, Herbert.
19 26 Froman, Ronne.
19 27 Galvin, Brad.
19 28 Gates, Bill, May 28.
19 29 Goodkin, Sanford.
19 30 GUYS AND DOLLS, May 25.
19 31 Ideas backup.
19 32 Immigration.
19 33 Invitations.
19 34 Iraq.
19 35 Irwin, Robert.
19 36 Jacobs family.
19 37 Joseph, James A.
19 38 Kern, John.
19 39 KUSC.
19 40 La Jolla's Modern Public Library.
19 41 Labor.
19 42 Laffer, Arthur.
19 43 Lam, Carol.
19 44 LEAD San Diego.
19 45 League of Women Voters of San Diego.
19 46 Lennar Partner.
19 47 Letters - Backup, July 23.
19 48 Letters - January-March.
19 49 Letters - April.
19 50 Letters - May.
19 51 Letters on civic leadership.
19 52 Letters to use.
19 53 Letters used.
19 54 Lincoln Club of San Diego County.
19 55 Lucchino, Larry.
19 56 Luken, Gaston, February 26.
19 57 Madaffer, Jim.
19 58 Mayor's race.
19 59 Mexican village.
19 60 Millan, Jaime, February 16.
19 61 Mills, Jim - Port, February 3.
20 1 Mission Bay.
20 2 Monarch School.
20 3 Mother Teresa - Scripps.
20 4 Museum of Photographic Arts, April 13.
20 5 Murphy, Mayor Dick - Interview/Rotary Talk, April 2.
20 6 Murphy, Mayor Dick - "State of the City".
20 7 National Steel and Shipbuilding Company.
20 8 Navy.
20 9 Navy Officers column, April 16.
20 10 Neil Peirce Report: Density.
20 11 NEW YORK TIMES - Recall.
20 12 News items, March 11.
20 13 North Bay.
20 14 North Embarcadero.
20 15 Notes to 7/4 column.
20 16 O'Brien, Patrick.
20 17 Old letters.
20 18 Pension fund.
20 19 Peregrine.
20 20 Peters, Scott.
20 21 Pfingst, Paul.
20 22 Pfizer.
20 23 Pine Hills.
20 24 Police building.
20 25 Port, February 19.
20 26 Press kits.
20 27 Price, Sol.
20 28 Project Concern.
20 29 Public lawyers.
20 30 Puentes-Reynolds, Olivia.
20 31 Pugwash, August 10-14.
20 32 Qualcomm.
20 33 Qualcomm Stadium.
20 34 Quotes to use.
20 35 Railroad.
20 36 Rare books.
20 37 Raulston, Brad.
20 38 Retirement Fund.
20 39 Rick, Glen.
20 40 Rosters.
Part 1.
20 41 Rosters.
Part 2.
20 42 Rotary Club of San Diego.
20 43 Sadler, Hal.
20 44 Salk Institute.
20 45 San Diego.
20 46 San Diego Annual Financial Report.
20 47 San Diego City Council Indictment.
20 48 San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau.
20 49 San Diego Dialogue.
20 50 San Diego history.
20 51 San Diego Leadership Initiative.
20 52 San Diego north.
20 53 San Diego Padres - John Moores.
20 54 San Diego River.
20 55 San Diego salaries.
20 56 San Diego Transit.
20 57 San Diego water - Maureen Stapleton.
20 58 San Diego Zoo - Elephants.
20 59 San Dieguito River Park.
21 1 San Marcos Landfill.
21 2 School board.
21 3 Schools.
21 4 Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
21 5 Scripps book.
21 6 Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
21 7 Scripps Institution of Oceanography/Project Asian Brown Cloud.
21 8 Scripps Sleep Clinic.
21 9 SEA BIRD.
21 10 Seaport Village.
21 11 Seuss page.
21 12 Shea, Pat.
21 13 Shipione, Diann.
21 14 Society of American Travel Writers.
21 15 Southeastern Economic Development Corporation (SEDC).
21 16 Spizel Marketing.
21 17 Starr, Kevin.
21 18 Sullivan, Robert - UCSD.
21 19 Super Bowl - Andy Rooney, January 29.
21 20 Szekely, Deborah - Immigration Museum of New Americans.
21 21 TEC International.
21 22 Thanksgiving columns.
21 23 Thomas, Robert McGuffey.
21 24 Tijuana.
21 25 Titan, January 15.
21 26 Torrey Pines.
21 27 Tourism.
21 28 Transit 2004.
21 29 True or false.
21 30 UCSD.
21 31 UCSD Flashback - 1965.
21 32 Ulevitch, Richard.
21 33 UNION-TRIBUNE issues.
21 34 Urban Design Institute.
21 35 Van Der Veer, Mary.
21 36 Wales.
21 37 We have to earn San Diego.
21 38 Weber, Stephen - San Diego State University Foundation.
21 39 Website Services.
21 40 Wednesday Club.
21 41 Westerners THE WRANGLER San Diego Corral.
21 42 White, Jack.
21 43 Will Rogers Humanitarian Award.
21 44 Winner, Karin.
21 45 Women symphony conductors.
21 46 XLNC FM.
21 47 Yale, Dick.
21 48 Yankelovich, Daniel.
21 49 York, Herbert.
21 50 Zamorano, June 27.
21 51 Zobell, Karl, January 17.
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22 1 Burnham Institute.
22 2 Chane, Bishop John B.
22 3 Civic groups.
22 4 Column letters.
22 5 Column style.
22 6 Cox, Winifred - January, 9.
22 7 Donors, March 24.
22 8 Election numbers.
22 9 Envision San Diego.
22 10 Europe.
22 11 Great leaders - February, 20.
22 12 Gwinn, Casey.
22 13 Health care.
22 14 Ho letters.
22 15 Holmes, Edward.
22 16 Letters - Urgent.
22 17 Mediators.
22 18 Morgan, Judith.
22 19 Mother Teresa - January, 4.
22 20 New ideas - March 19.
22 21 ORION/Scripps Institution of Oceanography - March 3.
22 22 San Francisco Public Library - March 15.
22 23 Scripps Research Institute - March 14.
22 24 South Africa - February 27.
22 25 Transit - January 14.
22 26 Women executives - February 11.
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22 27 Election returns primary '78.
22 28 Hiccups.
22 29 History of Highway 80.

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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23 1 Biographies and newspaper clippings.
23 2 Photographs of Neil and Judith Morgan.
23 3 Photographs of others.
Including a photograph of Neil Morgan's father.

MEDIA PROJECTS

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KSDJ Radio

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23 4 Broadcast scripts, 1948 - 1950.
Part 1.
23 5 Broadcast scripts, 1948 - 1950.
Part 2.
23 6 Broadcast scripts, 1948 - 1950.
Part 3.

KFMB Radio

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23 7 Broadcast scripts, 1951.

NEIL MORGAN'S SAN DIEGO

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23 8 KCST-TV Broadcast - Correspondence and notes, 1977 - 1978.
23 9 KCST-TV Broadcast - Typescript drafts and interview transcripts, 1977 - 1978.

RAYMOND CHANDLER MATERIALS

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23 10 Articles about Raymond Chandler, 1958 - 2000.
23 11 Raymond Chandler letters to Neil Morgan, 1955 - 1957.
23 12 Correspondence about the Raymond Chandler to Neil Morgan letters, 1972-1988.
23 13 General related correspondence, 1968 - 2004.
Includes advance uncorrected proof of THE MARBLE ORCHARD by William F. Nolan.
23 14 International Imitation Raymond Chandler Writing Competition, 1989 - 1992.
24 1 Raymond Chandler Festival Gala - July 22, 1989, 1988 - 1994.
Includes related correspondence and planning committee materials.

BOHEMIAN GROVE CLUB MATERIALS

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24 2 Introduction to the Bohemian Club, 1974.
Reprinted from the "Centennial Grove Play Book" (1972) and "The Red Book" (1973).
24 3 1982-1984.
24 4 1985.
24 5 1986.
24 6 1987.
24 7 1988.
24 8 1989.
25 1 1990 - 1992.
25 2 1993.
25 3 1994.
25 4 1995.
25 5 1996.
25 6 1997.
26 1 1998 - 1999.
26 2 2000.
26 3 2001 - 2003.
26 4 Photographs of Neil Morgan and other club members, 1984 - 2000.

EDITORIAL MATERIALS

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SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE / UNION Merger Materials

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26 5 Correspondence - January-September, 1991.
26 6 Correspondence - October, 1991.
26 7 Correspondence - November, 1991.
26 8 Correspondence - December, 1991.
27 1 Correspondence - January, 1992.
27 2 Correspondence - February-December, 1992.
27 3 Correspondence, 1993 - 1995.
Includes photo prints of SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE tabloids.
27 4 SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE Readership poll - May, 1983.
27 5 Newspaper clippings, 1990 - 1992.
27 6 Photographs of Neil Morgan with staff, 1992.

Interoffice Correspondence

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28 1 Miscellaneous, 1985 - 1989.
Includes notes.
28 2 Miscellaneous, 1990 - 1996.
Includes notes.

Promotion to Editor - EVENING TRIBUNE

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28 3 Correspondence related to promotion to Editor of the SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE, 1981.
28 4 Fred Kinne (Editor of the SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE, 1971-1983) briefings, 1981.
28 5 Correspondence as Editor of SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE, 1983 - 1984.

Roundtable Luncheons

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29 1 1996, May 30 and December 5.
29 2 1997, February 6 and March 20.
29 3 1997, May 22.
29 4 1997, July 24 and October 2.
29 5 1997, November.
29 6 1998, January 22 and May 28.
29 7 1998, August 13.
29 8 1998, October 1.
29 9 1998, November 12.
29 10 1999, January 14.
30 1 1999, February 18.
30 2 1999, April 15.
30 3 1999, June 3.
Includes audio cassette of recorded session.
30 4 1999, August 5.
30 5 1999, October 7.
Includes audio cassette of recorded session.
30 6 1999, November 17.
30 7 2000, March 29.
31 1 2000, May 26.
31 2 2000, July 19.
31 3 2000, September 13.
31 4 2000, November 14.
31 5 2001, January 10.
31 6 2001, February 20.
31 7 2001, March 29.
32 1 2001, May 22.
32 2 2001, July 25.
Includes research materials - Part 1.
32 3 2001, July 25.
Includes research materials - Part 2.
32 4 2001, September 12.
32 5 2001, November 1.
32 6 2001, December 19.
33 1 2002, January 23.
33 2 2002, February 19.
33 3 2002, March 27.
33 4 2002, June 19.
33 5 2002, August 14.
33 6 2002, October 16.
33 7 2002, November 19.
34 1 2003, January 1.
34 2 2003, March 12.
34 3 2003, May 21.
Part 1.
34 4 2003, May 21.
Part 2.
34 5 2003, August 20.
34 6 2003, October 15.
34 7 2003, December 10.
34 8 2004, February 11.
34 9 Biographical materials on attendees.
35 1 History and guest lists, 1980 - 2003.
Includes Neil Morgan's Ring of Truth Contest prize winning entry - "Trib Editor Explains Paper's Round Table".
35 2 Introductions for speakers, 1997 - 2004.
35 3 Notes and possible attendees, 2002 - 2003.
35 4 Thank you letters, 2001 - 2002.

Pulitzer Prize - EVENING TRIBUNE

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35 5 Juror materials, 1987 - 1991.
35 6 Journalism - SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE, 1987.
Includes news clippings and photographs of Jonathan Freedman (award winner).

COLUMN DRAFTS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS

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Typescripts

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35 7 EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown" - Subject notes, 1952 - 1953.
35 8 MC15001 EVENING TRIBUNE - "Crosstown" - Advertising poster, 1952 - 1953.
35 9 1954 - 1969.
Includes travel articles.
36 1 1970 - 1973.
Includes editorials and travel articles.
36 2 1974.
Includes editorials and travel articles.
36 3 1975.
Includes editorial and travel articles.
36 4 1976.
Includes editorials and travel articles.
36 5 1977.
Includes editorials and travel articles.
36 6 1978.
Includes editorials and travel articles.
37 1 1979 - 1981.
Includes editorials, travel articles, and correspondence.
37 2 MC15002 Travel scrapbook, 1979.
March - August
37 3 1982 - 1987.
Included editorials, travel articles, and correspondence.
37 4 1988 - 1989.
Includes travel articles, photographs, and correspondence.
37 5 1990 - 2002.
Includes weekly columns and special assignments.
37 6 Photographs for early articles about San Diego, 1956.
37 7 Travel articles written by Judith Morgan, 1981 - 1988.
37 8 Miscellaneous typed article leads, 1989.

Special Projects

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37 9 THIN MAN - Idea script from Raymond Chandler, 1957.
Includes Neil Morgan's partial manuscript.
37 10 San Diego - City Alive: A Photographic Profile of an American City Exhibit, February, 1959.
Includes newspaper clippings and correspondence.
37 11 National Athletic Health Institute, Inc. - Brochure, 1973.
37 12 Dr. Seuss Anti-Drug Poster, 1989 - 1998.
Includes correspondence and poster material.
38 1 Dr. Seuss Anti-Drug Poster letters, 1989 - 1991.
Includes requests for anti-drug poster.
38 2 FACES OF SAN DIEGO - 10 part editorial series - Correspondence, 1990.
Includes American Jewish Committee Institute for Human Relations Awards materials.
38 3 FACES OF SAN DIEGO - 10 part editorial series - Video transcript, 1990.
Includes interviews done for the SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE article.

NEIL MORGAN'S SAN DIEGO (1963)

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38 4 Reviews, 1963.

WESTWARD TILT (1963)

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38 5 Contract agreement with Random House, 1960.
38 6 Chapter 8 - Los Angeles: The Strong New Wave - Source material and correspondence, 1960.
38 7 Chapter 11 - Oregon: Green and Gangly - Revised typescript draft, 1960.
38 8 Chapter 12 - Washington: The Gentle People - Notes and revised typescript drafts, 1960.
38 9 Chapter 15 - Utah: Gold-plated Zion - Revised typescript draft, 1960.
38 10 Typescript draft - Part 1.
Includes artwork for title page and forward by James Michener - Pages 1-113.
38 11 Typescript draft - Part 2.
Pages 114-237.
38 12 Typescript draft - Part 3.
Pages 238-333.
39 1 Typescript draft - Part 4.
Pages 334-465.
39 2 Typescript draft - Part 5.
Pages 466-594.
39 3 Typescript draft - Part 6.
Pages 595-722.
39 4 FB43701 Annotated galleys - Partial set.
39 5 FB43702 Author's first galley proof.
39 6 FB43703 Author's second galley proof.
39 7 FB43704 Author's third galley proof.
39 8 Chapters 1-7 - Plate proofs.
39 9 Chapters 8-12 - Plate proofs.
39 10 Chapter 13 - Biography - Plate proofs.
40 1 Index - Annotated typescript, first proof, and plate proof.
40 2 Uncorrected proof advance copy.
40 3 Letters of congratulations, 1962 - 1963.
40 4 Promotional correspondence, 1962.
40 5 Promotional correspondence, January - March, 1963.
40 6 Promotional correspondence, April - December, 1963.
40 7 Promotional photographs, 1963.
40 8 Book reviews, 1963.
41 1 Miscellaneous notes.
Part 1.
42 1 Miscellaneous notes.
Part 2.

PACIFIC STATES (1967)

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43 1 Chapter 1: The Restless Edge - First and second typescript drafts, 1966.
43 2 Chapter 2: The Westering Urge - Third typescript draft, 1966.
43 3 Chapter 4: The Western Style - Final typescript draft, 1966.
43 4 Chapter 6: Politics in Disarray - Second typescript draft, 1966.
43 5 Chapter 7: The Intellectual Climate - Second typescript draft and source material, 1966 - 1967.
43 6 Appendix - Notes and source material, 1966.

CALIFORNIA SYNDROME (1969)

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43 7 Chapters 1-8 - Unrevised typescript draft.
43 8 Chapters 9-12 - Unrevised typescript draft.
43 9 Chapters 13-17 - Unrevised typescript draft.
43 10 Chapters 1-5 - First revisions.
44 1 Chapters 6-10 - First revisions.
44 2 Chapters 11-17 - First revisions.
44 3 Replaced materials.
44 4 Drafts.
Includes chapter sequences and titles, early versions and final, dedication papers, books by Neil Morgan, original and duplicate of foreward, samples of opening chapters and a sampler for a poetry extract.
44 5 Chapters 1-5 - Final draft typescript.
44 6 Chapters 6-10 - Final draft typescript.
44 7 Chapters 11-17 - Final draft typescript.

SAN DIEGO: THE UNCONVENTIONAL CITY (1972)

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44 8 First draft copy, 1972.
Includes contents and introduction.
44 9 First draft typescript.
Includes contents, introduction, and sections 1-66.
44 10 First draft typescript.
Includes sections 69-78.

ABOVE SAN DIEGO (1990)

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44 11 Correspondence and notes, 1989 - 1991.

ROGER: A BIOGRAPHY OF ROGER REVELLE (1997)

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44 12 Copy of review.

Miscellaneous

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44 13 CALIFORNIA TODAY - Preliminary outline, 1965 - 1967.
Includes correspondence with Lane Book Company.
44 14 YOSEMITE WILDERNESS - Typescript manuscript and correspondence, 1965 - 1967.

MAGAZINE ARTICLES

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Miscellaneous

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44 15 Neil Morgan Remembers Jim Copley, Copley Press, Special Memorial Edition, October, 1973.
44 16 Nixon's New Frontier (1962) - Interview in ESQUIRE magazine - Notes, 1961.
45 1 Arizona Ghost Towns, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING TRAVEL GUIDE, 1965.
45 2 State of the Campus, HOLIDAY, October, 1965.
46 1 Grandeur of the Great Divide - Typescript notes.
Published in HOLIDAY, vol. 41, no.5, May 1967. Part 1.
46 2 Grandeur of the Great Divide - Typescript notes.
Published in HOLIDAY, vol. 41, no. 5, May 1967. Part 2.
46 3 Assignment Russia East.
Published in SEMINAR, December 1968.
46 4 Letter From San Diego.
Published in WESTWAYS, July 1972.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

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46 5 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Correspondence.
46 6 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Preliminary typescript draft.
46 7 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Page proofs.
46 8 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Final copy.
46 9 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Print photographs and negatives.
46 10 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Response letters and reviews.
46 11 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Research materials on the San Diego-Tijuana border.
46 12 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
General research information including history of San Diego.
47 1 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Development research materials.
47 2 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
General research information about San Diego and agriculture.
47 3 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Research materials on the Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species (CRES).
47 4 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Research materials on Joan Kroc.
47 5 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Research materials on the military.
47 6 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Research materials on minorities.
47 7 San Diego-Where Two Californias Meet, August 1989, 176-205.
Research materials on urban planning.
47 8 Miscellaneous articles, 1973-1989.

SPEECHES AND LECTURES

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47 9 1959-1965.
47 10 Western Governor's Conference, Yellowstone Park - ABC Radio News panelist, 1967.
47 11 1972.
47 12 1974.
47 13 1975.
47 14 1976.
47 15 1978.
47 16 1980.
47 17 1981.
47 18 1982.
47 19 1983.
47 20 1984.
47 21 1985.
47 22 1986.
47 23 1987.
48 1 1988.
48 2 1989.
48 3 1990.
48 4 1991.
48 5 1992.
48 6 1993.
48 7 1994.
48 8 1995.
48 9 1996.
48 10 1997.
48 11 1998.
48 12 1999.
49 1 2000-2002.
49 2 2003.
49 3 Speech research, 1973 - 1989.
49 4 Undated - Partial.
Part 1.
49 5 Undated - Partial.
Part 2.
49 6 Undated - Partial.
Part 3.
49 7 Undated - Titled.
49 8 Undated - Untitled.

AUDIO RECORDINGS

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Associated with Neil Morgan

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50 1 American Society of Newspaper Editors - "California On Our Minds" - Panelist, 1987.
50 2 KPBS Radio San Diego on-air interview with Neil Morgan by Anna Sebastian, 1988.
50 3 SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - Neil Morgan news spot advertisement, 1989.
50 4 FACES OF SAN DIEGO - Audio narration by Neil Morgan, 1990.
50 5 K-Best 95 Radio - Interview with Neil Morgan by Ian Dunn, 1997.

Collected by Neil Morgan

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50 6 SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE Radio newspots, 1988.
Week of 6/6/88.
50 7 SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE Radio newspots, 1988.
Week of 6/13/88.
50 8 SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE Radio newspots, 1988.
Week of 6/27/88.
50 9 SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE Radio jingle advertisements.

Interviews by Neil Morgan

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50 10 Dodson, Paul.
50 11 Irving, Judge, 2003.
50 12 Gorder, Chris.
50 13 Lang, David.
50 14 Nixon, Richard, 1962.
Published in ESQUIRE magazine.
50 15 Sullivan, Robert.

VIDEO RECORDINGS

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Associated with Neil Morgan

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51 1 Conversations with Gloria Penner - Interview with Neil Morgan by Gloria Penner on KPBS, 1973.
UC60 Videocassette, 28 minutes.
51 2 Interview with Neil Morgan by Dave Walker, Channel 39, 1973.
Tour of old SAN DIEGO UNION building. 16mm film reel.
51 3 KPBS - "The Unconventional City", 1973.
Reel-to-reel videotape, 30 minutes.
52 1 Antony di Gesu: Portraits of San Diegians, 1975 - 1980.
Portrait video still photograph of Neil Morgan. VHS, 4.5 minutes.
52 2 SAN DIEGO: OUR HISTORIC CITY, 1984.
30 second introduction by Neil Morgan about Charles Linbergh. Beta version.
52 3 FACES OF SAN DIEGO - SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE, 1990.
Features the narration and commentary by Neil Morgan. VHS, 20 minutes.
52 4 FACES OF SAN DIEGO - SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE - Slide show presentation, 1990.
Feature slide image of Neil Morgan and other staff. VHS, 12.5 minutes.

Collected by Neil Morgan

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53 1 News Hour with Jim Lehrer - "San Diego: Blurring the Lines", 1996.
VHS, 20 minutes.
53 2 Nursing Homes: KGTV and SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE Newslink Series - 3 part series on Channel 10, 1996.
VHS, 20 minutes.
53 3 SAN DIEGO: ALL IN A DAY'S WORK - Museum of San Diego History, 1998.
Produced for the San Diego Historical Society's photography exhibition. VHS, 11 minutes.
53 4 San Diego local news stories, 2002.
Includes coverage of AED installation/Project Heartbeat and "Megan's Law" website. VHS, 20 minutes.
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54 1 James S. Copley Ring of Truth Award - SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE, 1983.
54 2 Fourth Estate Award - College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts San Diego State University, 1988.
54 3 American Jewish Committee Institute of Human Relations Award - Letter of congratulations from Pete Wilson, 1990.
54 4 AB12 D MR. SAN DIEGO - The Rotary Club of San Diego, 1999.
Includes newspaper clipping.
54 5 MR. SAN DIEGO - The Rotary Club of San Diego - Letters of congratulations, 1999.

RICHARD NIXON

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54 6 Nixon, Richard, 1969 - 1970.

ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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Box Folder Oversize
54 7 Boxes 2-17.
54 8 Box 23, Folder 4.
54 9 Box 23, Folder 5.
54 10 Box 23, Folder 6.
54 11 Boxes 27-28.
54 12 Boxes 35-36, 1972 - 2003.
54 13 Box 37.
54 14 Box 38, Folder 6.
54 15 Box 38, Folder 7.
54 16 Box 38, Folder 8.
54 17 Box 38, Folder 9.
54 18 Box 40, Folder 4, 1962.
54 19 Box 40, Folder 5, 1963.
54 20 Box 40, Folder 6, 1963.
54 21 Box 49, Folders 4-6.
54 22 Box 49, Folder 8.


Finding aid generated: 2011-09-06