This collection documents the work of John W. Frece and Senator Joseph D. Tydings in authoring Tydings' autobiography, My Life in Progressive Politics: Against the Grain. Frece previously served as a longtime reporter for the Baltimore Sun
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1.75 Linear Feet (1 record storage box and 1 letter size box)
John W. Frece, a longtime Baltimore Sun reporter, collaborated with Senator Joseph D. Tydings to write Tydings' autobiography, My Life in Progressive Politics: Against the Grain. The papers consist of drafts of Tydings' autobiography, oral history interview transcripts between Tydings and Frece, and copies of articles and outside interviews that Frece consulted while working on the book.
This collection was donated to University of Maryland Libraries by John W. Frece on June 21, 2018.
These materials were received by the University of Maryland Libraries in 2018. Upon arrival, the materials were re-housed into archival quality boxes and placed in acid-free folders.