NANCY DICKERSON - PAMPHLET SIGNED - HFSID 36652
NANCY DICKERSON As founder of the broadcasting company, Dickerson signs a pamphlet for the Television Corporation of America (TCA) Program signed: "Nancy Dickerson" 6 pages, 4x9. Pamphlet for the Television Corporation of America (TCA).
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As founder of the broadcasting company, Dickerson signs a pamphlet for the Television Corporation of America (TCA)
Program signed: "Nancy Dickerson" 6 pages, 4x9. Pamphlet for the Television Corporation of America (TCA). Nancy Dickerson (1927-1997) was an American radio and television newswoman who became CBS's first woman news correspondent in 1960. Previously she hosted the radio show Capital Cloakroom on CBS, and she was also associate producer of Face the Nation. Originally from Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Dickerson received a degree in education at University of Madison-Wisconsin, and later she studied at The Catholic University of America while working as a grade school teacher. Dickerson reported for NBC News from 1963 to 1970, covering the nation's biggest stories, including the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in which Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his famed, "I Have a Dream" speech. Later in her career, Dickerson became an independent broadcaster and producer for her news program Inside Washington. In 1980 she founded the Television Corporation of America through which she produced several documentaries, including 784 Days That Changed America--From Watergate to Resignation for which she received a Peabody Award and the Silver Gavel Award from the American Bar Association. Fine condition.
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