Clark, Evert B. (1925-88)
Papers, 1949-88, 14.5 cu. ft.
Aviation, science, and space journalist. Graduate of the University of North Carolina (A.B., 1947). Reporter, Durham [North Carolina] Morning Herald (1947-48); reporter, assistant city editor, and aviation editor, Washington [D. C.] Daily News (1948-55); space technology editor, Aviation Week and Space Technology Magazine (1956-63); space and aviation reporter for the New York Times (1963-68); science correspondent for Newsweek Magazine; technology news editor for McGraw-Hill publications (1978-85); and senior correspondent for Business Week Magazine (1986-88). Recipient of many awards, including the National Space Club's Press Award in 1969 for his coverage of the Apollo program. Co-author (with Nicholas Horrock) of Contrabandista (dealing with the South American drug trade, 1974); also covered the Watergate scandal for Newsweek. Papers include correspondence, memoranda, research notes, drafts, and published copies of articles.
Finding aid available in EAD on the Virginia Heritage database.