Oral History Interview With Charles H. Loeb, 1971.

In his 1971 interview with Henry La Brie III, Loeb discusses his early life and education and the circumstances that led him enter the field of journalism. He names prominent figures he worked with and encountered in his career. Next, Loeb talks about his time working with the Wokers Progress Administration (WPA) in New York City and his deployment to the Philippines and Japan during World War II. Furthermore, Loeb discusses the impossibility of journalistic objectivity, particularly in the black press; the goals and consequences of the black press; and how race relations in America have changed over the years.