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Morley Safer, correspondent for CBS, is the author of Flashbacks: On Returning to Vietnam.

Safer, Morley
Saldana, Gail is member for American Heritage site since 2016.
Saldana, Gail

Harrison E. Salisbury has spent many years as a correspondent in the Soviet Union, beginning in World War II, and is the author of The Nine Hundred Days: The Siege of Leningrad and many other works on Russia

Salisbury, Harrison E.

Victor Salwtore, a retired newspaper editor, is writinga book about the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown .

Salvatore, Victor
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Sanders, Don

British-born Ivan Sanderson began writing about zoology and natural history in Animal Treasure in 1935, and has done several books since, many of which he has illustrated himself. His most recent work is

Sanderson, Ivan T.

Ivan Sandrof, a native of Massachusetts, is a staff feature writer for the Worcester Sunday Telegram and a member of the executive board fo the Worcester Historical Society.

Sandrof, Ivan

A former reporter for The Seattle Times Post-Intelligencer, Steve Sanger co-authored Working on the Bomb: An Oral History of WWII Hanford with Dr. Ferenc Szasz, Dr. Bruce Hevly, and Dr. Craig Wollner in 1995

Sanger, Steve

C. W. Nimitz Admiral, U.S. Navy

Sard, Ellis

EDITOR’S NOTE: Several months ago, we received a cache of little-known photographs through the courtesy of California historian Richard Steven Street. They were taken by Claude (“Pop”) Lavai, a long-time

Saroyan, William

—Andrew Sarris is the author most recently of You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Yet: The American Talking Film—History and Memory, 1927-1949 .

Sarris, Andrew

Richard Sassaman, who writes frequently about archaeology and anthropology, lives in Havertown, Pennsylvania.

Sassaman, Richard

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Sasse, Ben

Born and reared in Pittsburgh, Mr. Saudek spent five years as an editor at KDKA, the first commercial radio station. He was later an executive at ABC, and the Ford foundation. As an independent television

Saudek, Robert

Richard Saunders is co-author of Living With Wicker (Crown Publishers, 1992).

Saunders, Richard

Mrs. Saunders, a former research chemist and science editor whose interests now have turned to history, is at work on a biography of Ellen Axson Wilson, the President ‘s first wife.

Saunders, Frances W.
Sax, Joseph L. is member for American Heritage site since 2011.
Sax, Joseph L.

Martha Saxton is a professor of history and women's and gender studies at Amherst College. She has written biographies for actress Jayne Mansfield and author Louisa May Alcott, and is also the author of Being

Saxton, Martha

Antonin Scalia was an Associate Justice of the U.S Supreme Court from 1986 until his death in 2016. He was born in Trenton, New Jersey, in 1936. He married Maureen McCarthy and they had nine children.

Scalia, Antonin

Mr. Scheer is the editor of Private Yankee Doodle , the diary of a Revolutionary soldier. He wislies to tliank for their co-operation Dr. Francis S. Ronalds, superintendent of the Morrisdown National

Scheer, George F.

Tony Scherman is the author of Backbeat: Earl Palmer’s Story (Smithsonian; Da Capo paperback), about one of the fathers of rock ’n’ roll.

Scherman, Tony
Schick, James B. M. is member for American Heritage site since 2011.
Schick, James B. M.

Richard Schickel is a film critic and documentary film maker and contributor who has written for Time and The Los Angeles Times Book Review, among other publications. In his time as a critic. Schickel has

Schickel, Richard

Stacy Schiff is an American historian and a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. She is known for her critically acclaimed biographies of major historical figures, including Véra (Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov), Cleopatra: A

Schiff, Stacy

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. (1917-2007) was a historian, author, and political adviser who served as Special Assistant to President John Kennedy from 1961 to 1963.

Schlesinger won the 1946 Pulitzer Prize

Schlesinger, Arthur

Elizabeth B. Schlesinger (Mrs. Arthur Schlesinger, Sr.) has long been a commentator in magazines and scholarly journals on the role of women in American life. She is the wife of one noted historian and the

Schlesinger, Elizabeth Bancroft

Marian Cannon Schlesinger was a painter and author living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She was the wife of Kennedy aide Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.

Schlesinger, Marian Cannon

Karen Schoemer writes about modern popular music and has written for The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, and other noted newspapers and magazines. She spent five years as a pop-music critic for

Schoemer, Karen

— David Schonauer is the editor in chief of American Photo magazine.

Schonauer, David

Senior music critic of the New York Times , Mr. Schonberg is a Pulitzer Prize winner and the author of many books on the history of music.

Schonberg, Harold C.

“I know more about the life of Sinclair Lewis,” so Mark Schorer has written, “day by day, sometimes hour by hour, than he himself could possibly have known or than I know of my own past.” For nine years

Schorer, Mark

Joseph Schrank is currently working on a book about his days in Hollywood.

Schrank, Joseph

Robert Schroder Cincinnati, Ohio

Schroder, Robert

Michael Schudson, a professor of communications at the University of California at San Diego, is the author of The Good Citizen: A History of American Civic Life , published last year by Free Press.

Schudson, Michael

Fred Schultz serves as managing editor of Proceedings magazine, a U.S. Naval Institute publication. Schultz has worked for the U.S. Naval Institute since 1989 and previously served as editor-in-chief for Naval

Schultz, Fred

Nancy Lusignan Schultz is a retired professor of English and author whose work focuses on the history of U.S. Catholicism, American Studies, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Salem, Massachusetts. She is author of

Schultz, Nancy Lusignan

A.I. Schutzer is a free-lance writer whose work has appeared in many national magazines. He published Great Civil War Escapes (1967), which recounted true stories of escapes from Libby Prison in Virginia,

Schutzer, A. I.

Stephan A. Schwartz is a writer, television producer, and the Senior Samueli Fellow for Brain, Mind and Healing of the Samueli Institute. Schwartz is a columnist for Explore magazine, and has led mapping and

Schwartz, Stephan A.

Alan Schwartz is the senior writer of Baseball America magazine and the author of The Numbers Game: Baseball’s Lifelong Fascination With Statistics .

Schwartz, Alan

—Alan Schwarz is a columnist for Baseball America magazine and a frequent contributor to The New York Times .

Schwarz, Alan
Schwarz, Frederic is member for American Heritage site since 2011.
Schwarz, Frederic

PETER SCHWEIZER is a #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen books. Currently he is the president of the Government Accountability Institute, and from 1999 to 2015 he was a research fellow at

Schweizer, Peter


Scott, Winfield Townley

Anne Firor Scott, a former lecturer in history at the University of North Carolina, is at work on a biography of Jane Addams. She is currently in Italy, where her husband is a Fulbright Lecturer at the

Scott, Anne Firor

Penrose Scull, author of many articles on business and business history, is currently working on a book about the early history of selling in the United States.

Scull, Penrose

Stephen W. Sears is an American historian who specializes in the Civil War. A graduate of Oberlin College, Sears has written Chancellorsville, Landscape Turned Red: The Battle of Antietam, Controversies and

Sears, Stephen W.
Seeley, Clifton is member for American Heritage site since 2016.
Seeley, Clifton

A native Tennessean, Lones Selber was seven at the time of the events he describes here. He watched the battle from the corner of White and Washington streets.

The editors wish to thank Thomas J.

Seiber, Lones

Harry Louis Seiden, for many years an editor and writer on foreign and domestic affairs, is vice chairman of the Fair Campaign Practices Committee, and a member of the National Committee for an Effective

Selden, Harry Louis

Robert A. Selig wrote “Private Flohr’s Other Life” in the October 1994 issue.

Selig, Robert A.

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