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