Ford Foundation. Study Group on Southern Africa

Name Entries

Information

corporateBody

Name Entries *

Ford Foundation. Study Group on Southern Africa

Computed Name Heading

Name Components

Name :

Ford Foundation. Study Group on Southern Africa

Genders

Exist Dates

Exist Dates - Date Range

1984

active 1984

Active

1988

active 1988

Active

Show Fuzzy Range Fields

Biographical History

William Scranton, American political leader, was born in Connecticut. He served as a pilot in World War II and then studied law, graduating from Yale University in 1946. He then practiced law in Scranton, Pa., a city named after his ancestors. Scranton held several political positions: Asst. to the Secretary of State, 1959-60; member of Congress 1960-62; governor of Pa., 1963-67; and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., 1976-1977.

From the description of Records, 1984-1988. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122541779

eng

Latn

External Related CPF

https://viaf.org/viaf/149366227

https://www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nr92032837

https://id.loc.gov/authorities/nr92032837

Other Entity IDs (Same As)

Sources

Loading ...

Resource Relations

Loading ...

Internal CPF Relations

Loading ...

Languages Used

Subjects

Apartheid

Anti-apartheid movement

Nationalities

Activities

Occupations

Legal Statuses

Places

South Africa

as recorded (not vetted)

AssociatedPlace

United States

as recorded (not vetted)

AssociatedPlace

Angola

as recorded (not vetted)

AssociatedPlace

Mozambique

as recorded (not vetted)

AssociatedPlace

Southern Africa

as recorded (not vetted)

AssociatedPlace

Namibia

as recorded (not vetted)

AssociatedPlace

Convention Declarations

<conventionDeclaration><citation>VIAF</citation></conventionDeclaration>

General Contexts

Structure or Genealogies

Mandates

Identity Constellation Identifier(s)

w6q30f33

76226753