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Employment History

Member, Washington Chapter
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association

Executive Vice President
Newmyer Associates

Chairman of the Speakers Bureau
National Press Club

Affiliations

Member of Board of Governors
National Press Club

Education



Harvard University

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Obituaries

www.harvard-magazine.com [cached]

RICHARD BORWICK '29cl died November 5 in Washington, D.C.He was a cofounder and retired executive vice president of Newmyer Associates, a public-affairs and government-relations firm.He began his career as a journalist and was also a government consultant and political speechwriter.He was former chairman of the National Press Club's speakers bureau and the Washington chapter of the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association.


National Press Club -- About the Club: The Record Archive

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Richard Borwick


washingtonpost.com: Metro

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Richard Borwick , D.C. Public Affairs Executive , Dies at 93Page B07Richard Borwick , 93 , a former Washington newspaperman who retired in 1987 as executive vice president of Newmyer Associates , a public affairs and government relations firm in Washington , died Nov. 5 at his home in Washington after a stroke.


Society of Professional Journalists - People & Places

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Richard Borwick, 93, a former Washington newspaperman, died Nov. 5 at his home in Washington after a stroke.He retired in 1987 as executive vice president of Newmyer Associates, a public affairs and government relations firm in Washington.Borwick, a native of Elmira, N.Y., was a 1929 graduate of Harvard University, where he also did graduate work in philosophy.In the early 1930s, he was a staff writer for The New York Times and for such magazines as Atlantic Monthly, Harper's and Scribner's.In the mid-1930s, he settled in the Washington area as a staff writer for the Washington Herald.From the late-1930s to 1942, he was a financial columnist for the merged Washington Times-Herald.After that, he spent a year at the Hearst-owned Philadelphia Record.


National Press Club -- About the Club: The Record Archive

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Richard Borwick

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