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John Price Bell (d. 1995) was a public relations executive and consultant, the son
of the journalist Edward Price Bell, and husband of Gloria Oden, a notable poet and
UMBC English professor. Edward Price Bell (1869-1943) was a respected journalist who
worked for the Chicago Record and the Chicago Daily News, promoting international
understanding and cooperation. He was the first journalist nominated for a Nobel Peace
Prize, for his work leading to the London Naval Conference and Treaty in 1930.
MSS 1995-11, MSS 1996-22; Collected and donated by Gloria Oden, former UMBC English
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Bell, John Addison Price
Bell, Edward Price, 1869-1943
United States -- Congress
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Impeachment
Bell, John Addison Price -- Archives