UNITING WASHINGTON STAR COLLEAGUES THROUGH THE YEARS - A network designed to help former staffers of The Washington Star (1852-1981) keep in touch, share news, and plan reunions. This network serves as a meeting place for old Star friends.
James S. "Jim" Doyle (born c. 1935) is an American journalist and activist. A Washington journalist from 1965 until 1998, first as bureau chief for The Boston Globe, where he broke the first story of an unqualified nominee for federal district judge, which led to the withdrawal of the nomination and the Globe’s winning its first Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Public Service in 1966. In 1970 he joined The Washington Star as national correspondent.
He was Special Assistant to Watergate Prosecutors Archibald Cox, Leon Jaworski and Henry Ruth from 1973 to 1975. His book on the battles of the Watergate prosecutors, Not Above The Law, was published by William Morrow in 1977.
Faye Haskins has now retired and the new photo librarian for the Star photo morgue in the MLK Public Library in D.C. is Mark Greek at email@example.com
The Post deposited the "Star collection" at the Library-- clips, photo morgue, papers/records, etc. they purchased when the Star closed. More info is at our website: http://www.dclibrary.org/node/2607. The Post retains copyright to the photos but thru an agreement between DCPL & thePost, we/I handle all licensing & reproductions. We also have all editions of the Star on microfilm in our main reading room."