La Piana, George, 1879-1971. Papers, 1878-1972.


La Piana, George, 1879-1971. Papers, 1878-1972.


Papers of George La Piana, John H. Morison Professor of Church History atHarvard Divinity School and leading figure in the modernist controversy in the CatholicChurch during the early twentieth century. Materials include memoirs (English andItalian versions); manuscripts; college lecture notes; correspondence, 1908-1970;subject files; and biographical material as well as correspondence, 1919-1952, withAntonio Borgese, author and university professor; and correspondence, 1908-1946,with Ernesto Buonaiuti, Catholic priest, church historian, and leader in the modernistmovement.

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Helmut Koester (person)

C. Lazzaro (person)

Feliciani (person)

Mortimer Graves. (person)

J. R. Strayer (person)

Edith S. Krappe (person)

Pettazzoni, Rafaele. (person)

Johnson, Peter Leo (person)

Woolbert, Robert Gale (person)

Aconcio, Iacopo, -1566 (person)

Wright, Donald P., 1964-.... (person)

P. Sylos Labini (person)

Costantine Panunzio (person)

Harry Trust (person)

G. Mercusi (person)

Costantino (person)

Arthur D. Lovejoy (person)

Lamb, Arthur Becket, 1880-1952 (person)

Lamb received a Ph.D. in chemistry from Harvard in 1904 and taught chemistry at Harvard. From the description of Lecture notes in Chemistry A, 1940-1941. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512291 From the description of Lecture notes in Chemistry 7, 1915-1916. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77075184 From the description of Lecture notes in Chemistry, 1915-1916. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77075183 From the description of L...

Mario Soldati (person)

JOhn Weare (person)

A. A. Alla (person)

Stendahl, Krister (person)

Krister Stendahl (1921- ) graduated from the University of Uppsala in Sweden with a BD in 1944, a Teol. lic. in 1949, and a ThD in 1954. He is an ordained clergyman in the Church of Sweden (Lutheran) and pastor in the Lutheran Church of America. He served the dioceses of Stockholm and Uppsala until 1951 and taught biblical studies at Uppsala University until 1954, when he joined the faculty of Harvard Divinity School . He became the John H. Morrison Professorship of New Testament Studies in 1958...

Societa Umanitaria (person)

Bailey, Irving W. (Irving Widmer), 1884-1967 (person)

Peebles, Bernard M. (Bernard Mann), 1906-1976 (person)

Adolf Harnack (person)

G. Tarozzi (person)

William H. Lowell.) (person)

Pickman, Edward M. (person)

J. A. Robinson (person)

Benn Hall (person)

Duncan Howlett (person)

Conant, James B. (person)

Carlo Antoni (and others) (person)

Kurt Wertzmann (person)

University of Chicago. (corporateBody)

Most of the records in the collection pertain to the $400,000 raised by the American Baptist Education Society in 1889-1890 in order to obtain a 600,000 grant from John D. Rockefeller for the creation of an endowment for the University of Chicago. The first volume in the inventory, Record of Pledges for the University of Chicago, contains an alphabetical numbered listing of subscribers, amounts pledged, and payments made through 1906. The subscription forms and letters (1:4-13) are numbered to c...

Sayre, Francis Bowes, 1885-1972 (person)

Diplomat. From the description of Reminiscences of Francis Bowes Sayre : oral history, 1952. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309725093 Diplomat and statesman. From the description of Papers of Francis Bowes Sayre, 1861-1961. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71060652 Biographical Note 1885, Apr. 30 Born, South Bethleh...

Theodore Morrison (person)

Ashley (person)

Torry, Charles Cutler. (person)

Howard, Mumford Jones (person)

Carlyon, James Thomas, 1884-1970 (person)

Frank, Gavin (person)

Irwin M. Tobin (person)

Fred A. Gott, Jr. (person)

Thomas Yoseloff (person)

G. Azzi. (person)

Ezio Levi D'Ancona (person)

Barricelli, Jean-Pierre, 1924-1997 (person)

J. Roscoe Drummond (person)

W. T. Root (person)

John Overend (person)

Perry, Ralph Barton, 1876-1957 (person)

Perry graduated from Harvard in 1897 and taught philosophy at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Ralph Barton Perry, 1891-1957 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973152 Perry received his A.M. in 1897 and his Ph.D in 1899 from Harvard, and taught philosophy at Harvard. From the description of Public opinion and the Civil War : paper for History 20e, 1896-1898. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074149 ...

Elliott, William Yandell, 1896-1979 (person)

American political scientist; staff director, House Select Committee on Foreign Affairs, 1947-1949; member, planning board, National Security Council, 1953-1957; consultant to the secretary of state, 1958-1970. From the description of William Yandell Elliott papers, 1925-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754870857 Elliott graduated from Harvard in 1918 and taught government and history at Harvard. From the description of Papers of William Yandell Elliott, 1935...

Forbes, Edward W. (Edward Waldo), 1873-1969 (person)

Relation of Alexander Forbes (1882-1965). From the description of Correspondence to Van Wyck Brooks, 1959. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 176629718 Forbes graduated from Harvard in 1895. From the description of Notes in Zoology 1, 1893. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77073959 From the description of Notes and midyear thesis in Philosophy 9, 1894-1895. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074017 From t...

Bernardi, ... (person)

Buck, Paul Herman, 1899-1978 (person)

Buck (Harvard, Ph.D., 1924) taught history at Harvard, served as Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Provost of the University, and Director of the Harvard Library. From the description of Papers of Paul Herman Buck, 1913-1975 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973290 Author, educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Paul Herman Buck : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122569413...

R. T. House (person)

the MacMillan Company (person)

Roger L. Scaife (person)

Anselm Strittonatter (person)

Comitatio Promotore per le Onoranze Alla Memoria dei Fratelli Rosselli (corporateBody)

Robert W. Putsch. (person)

Fratelli Bocca (person)

Princeton University (corporateBody)

The collection documents the physical expansion of the University from its earliest period through the acquisition of large tracts of land in the 20th century, including the properties around Carnegie Lake and numerous farms. Early records document transactions with such Princeton University notables as Nathaniel Fitz Randolph, John Witherspoon, Walter Minto, John and Richard Stockton, and John Maclean. For the most part, the papers consist of standard legal documents with detailed descriptions ...

Florence Edler (person)

King's Chapel (corporateBody)

Paolo Stzocchi (person)

Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1905-1999 (person)

Philosopher, authority on the intellectual history of the Renaissance, Frederick J. Woodbridge Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University, 1968-1973, and a member of the faculty at Columbia since 1939. From the description of Paul Oskar Kristeller papers, 1910-1989. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 288916248 Philosopher. From the description of Reminiscences of Paul Oskar Kristeller : oral history, 1981. (Columbia University ...

Robert Bendiner (person)

Donini (person)

Friedrich, Carl Joachim (person)

Giovanni Semeria. (person)

Jay Allen. (person)

Frederick W. Hoeing (person)

Bosis, Lauro ˜deœ (person)

La Piana, Marco (person)

A. K. Endicott (person)

Maurice Goguel (person)

C. B. Gulick (person)

Setton, Kenneth M. (Kenneth Meyer), 1914-1995 (person)

Philip A. Plaisted (person)

W. T. Semple (person)

G. B. Weston (person)

Berenson, Bernardo. (person)

Instituto Italiano di Gultura. (corporateBody)

Cohen, I. Bernard (person)

M. P. Charlesworth (person)

William Bark (person)

Margaret Alexander (person)

Edmund Hsu (person)

Institute of Intellectual Cooperation among Nations (corporateBody)

Porter, Arthur Kingsley, 1883-1933 (person)

Arthur Kingsley Porter was an art historian and scholar of Romanesque architecture who taught at Harvard University. From the description of Study collection of Romanesque architecture and sculpture, with emphasis on France and Italy. 19--. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 84440691 Porter taught fine arts at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Arthur Kingsley Porter, 1863-1957 (inclusive), 1863-1933 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat rec...

Giuseppe Furlani (person)

Charles T. Estes (person)

Friends of Italy, Inc. (corporateBody)

Silvia Omoglia (person)

Fay, Sidney Bradshaw, 1876-1967 (person)

Fay graduated from Harvard in 1896 and taught history at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Sidney B. Fay, 1885-1957 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973027 ...

Dorothy E. Snavely (person)

Robert M. Dewey. (person)

Robeck (person)

Bernard C. Graves (person)

Cornish, Louis C. (Louis Craig), 1870-1950 (person)

E. A. Love (person)

Hazel Hyde. (person)

John Yungblut. (person)

Wood, James H. (James Hemmington), 1795-1814 (person)

Irving Raymond Attilio Reale (person)

Baron, Salo W. (Salo Wittmayer), 1895-1989 (person)

Biography Salo Wittmayer Baron was instrumental in establishing Jewish Studies as an academic discipline in the United States. An extraordinarily prolific historian, Baron also played an exceptional role in American Jewish organizational life. Baron was born in 1895 in Tarnow, now in Poland but then part of Austrian Galicia. His parents, Elias Baron and Minna Wittmayer Baron, were orthodox Jews, and Elias Baron was a banker and Jewish communi...

Ralph H. Chew (person)

Sturzo, Luigi, 1871-1959 (person)

Epithet: Reverend Don Italian priest and politician British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000498.0x0003d9 ...

Niccoli, M. (person)

Putnam, Bertha Haven, 1872-1960 (person)

Darling, Edward (person)

Gabriel Ryan (person)

Fan, S. Noli (person)

Mrs. T. S. Davidson (person)

Deferrari, Roy J. (Roy Joseph), 1890-1969 (person)

Dr. Roy J. Deferrari spent the majority of his career at The Catholic University of America both as a professor of Classics and as an administrator. He was born on June 1, 1890 in Stoneham, Massachusetts, the fourth of six children. Dr. Deferrari began studying Latin and Greek while attending Melrose High School and continued his education at Dartmouth College, where he specialized in Greek and Latin literature. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year. After graduating with an A.B. i...

D. Cantimori (person)

A. Palmier (person)

Frances H. Forbes (person)

Scudder, Vida-Dutton, 1861-1954 (person)

Vida Dutton Scudder, 1884 Vida Scudder was born in India on December 15, 1861, the only child of Harriet Louisa (Dutton) and David Coit Scudder. She and her mother returned to Boston following the death of her father, although she spent much of her childhood traveling in Europe. She attended Boston private secondary schools, and graduated from Smith College in 1884. While doing postgraduate work at Oxford University, where she attended lectures by John Ruskin, Scudder d...

Guzzetta family. (family)

Gabriella Bosano (person)

K. D. Metcalf (person)

Donald C. McKay (person)

Gianturco, Elio, 1900- (person)

Charles O'Malley (person)

Washburn, Henry Bradford, 1869-1962 (person)

F. J. F. Jackson (person)

Ananda Kentish Coomaaraswamy (person)

Robert C. Hunsicker (person)

E. G. Conklin (person)

F. L. Schoell (person)

J. King Gordon (person)

Vittorio D. Macchioro (person)

Marguerite Fiske (person)

Christine D. Hall (person)

Brewster, George W... W... (person)

Nelson, John Charles. (person)

Nock, Arthur Darby, 1902-1963 (person)

Epithet: of Harvard University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000386.0x0002af ...

Radcliffe College Seminars (corporateBody)

Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

J. J. Savage (person)

L. Ward (person)

Nicholas Zernov (person)

East, Edward M. (Edward Murray), 1879-1938 (person)

Epithet: plant geneticist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000752.0x00034e Epithet: American biologist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x00000c Oliver Edwin Baker (1883-1949) was an agricultural geographer and population expert and an analyst for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. He was an authority on agr...

William H. P. Hatch (person)

T. Frances (person)

G. Novelli (person)

Free Italy American Labor Council (corporateBody)

Herbert Rhodes Smith (person)

Kraeling, Carl H. (Carl Hermann), 1897-1966 (person)

Anastos, Milton. (person)

Mrs. Rush Sturges (person)

J. C. Furnas. (person)

Gilman, Margaret E. (person)

Mrs. Henry S. Drinker (person)

Spencer Ervin (person)

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945 (person)

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was born on January 30, 1882, in Hyde Park, New York. He was the son of James (lawyer, financier) and Sara (Delano) Roosevelt. He married Anna Eleanor Roosevelt on March 17, 1905, and had six children: Anna, James, Franklin, Elliott, Franklin Jr., John. He received his B.A. from Harvard in 1904 and later attended Columbia University Law School. Roosevelt was admitted to the Bar in 1907 and worked for the Carter, Ledyard, and Milburn firm in New York City from 1907 to 19...

Richard Krautheimer (person)

Antonio Pagliaro (person)

Riddei Gustavo Adolfo (person)

John Coddington (person)

Y. Pijoau (person)

A. C. Jemolo (person)

Hawkins, Richard L. (person)

Albert Cook (person)

Franklin Brown, Jr. (person)

L. C. Dunn (person)

Goodenough, Erwin R. (person)

George Byron Waldrof (person)

Mrs. Robert Pfeiffer (person)

Mrs. Laurence K. Marshall (person)

Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965 (person)

Felix Frankfurter (November 15, 1882 – February 22, 1965) was an American lawyer, professor, and jurist who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Frankfurter served on the Supreme Court from 1939 to 1962 and was a noted advocate of judicial restraint in the judgments of the Court. Frankfurter was born in Vienna, Austria, and immigrated to New York City at the age of 12. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Frankfurter worked for Secretary of War Henry ...

Blake, Robert P. (person)

E. Clemente (person)

C. R. Morey (person)

Domenico Saudino (person)

Andrew Banning (person)

Oliver Strunk (person)

E. Carlo (person)

Beacon Press (corporateBody)

The Beacon Press, a department of the Unitarian Universalist Association, traces its beginnings to 1854 when the American Unitarian Association raised $50,000 for a Book Fund Project. The AUA "issued an urgent call for liberal works that would meet the spiritual needs of the age." Until 1950, the strength of the Press was in history, biography, and a locus in religious thought and religious freedom. Melvin Arnold became the director of the Press in the late 1940s, and he transformed it into a wi...

Alvin Johnson (person)

Enzo Stasio (person)

Fitzgerald, William J. (person)

John Dickinson (person)

P. L. Couchoud (person)

Phelan, Gerald B. (Gerald Bernard), 1892-1965 (person)

Albert Vogt (person)

D. C. McArthur (person)

Schilpp, Paul Arthur, 1897-1993 (person)

Dr. Paul Arthur Schilpp was born in Germany. He came to the U.S. in 1916 at the age of 16 to study at Baldwin Wallace College. He went on to earn degrees from Northwestern University, Garrett Theological Seminary and Stanford University. He became widely known as a scholar and teacher, holding teaching positions in the philosophy departments of Northwestern University and Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He founded the Library of Living Philosophers in 1938 and served as its editor until...

Felix Forte (person)

Mrs. Edward E. Curtis. (person)

Julius Kraft (person)

G. F. Cecchini (person)

Frederick E. Ellis (person)

Horton Betchalder (person)

Greenfield, Kent Roberts (person)

Richard Fitzgerald (person)

Julian J. Oberman (person)

Bertha Pritchard (person)

Salvator Attanasio (person)

Hayden, Sherman Strong, 1908- (person)

David C. Whitehouse (person)

G. Vitelli (person)

Thomas Whittemore (person)

Merrill, Elmer Truesdell, 1860-1936 (person)

American Christian Palestine committee (corporateBody)

Gaetano Salvemini. (person)

J. Henry DeWolfe (person)

Cadbury, Henry J. (person)

Stephen H. Stackpole (person)

John O. McCormick (person)

P. Alfaric (person)

Natoli (person)

R. De Pierro (person)

W. J. Stohlman (person)

Gianni Darsena (person)

Edoward Montet (person)

C. Cahen (person)

Robert Ferrari (person)

La Sicilia. (corporateBody)

Oberman, Heiko Augustinus (person)

H. W. Foote (person)

Francis Dvornik. (person)

Ewer, Mary Anita, n. 1892 (person)

Thomas W. Fina (person)

Angus Dun (person)

Enebuske, Claës Julius (person)

Augustine, Father, O.F.M. Cap., 1870- (person)

Salvemini, Gaetano (person)

B. Buonaiuti, Ernesto (person)

L. E. Froom (person)

Hugh G. Boyle. (person)

Philip Hofer (person)

Margaret Morin (person)

Herald-Tribune (New York) (corporateBody)

Giorgio Tesoro (person)

M. Calamandrei (person)

Dumbarton Oaks. (corporateBody)

Robert Woods Bliss and Mildred Barnes Bliss donated their home Dumbarton Oaks and its library and collections to Harvard University in 1940 to serve as a research center in Byzantine studies. In 1969, upon the death of Mildred Bliss, her Garden Library collection of rare and modern materials was willed to Harvard, to become a part of the over-all institution of Dumbarton Oaks, Trustees for Harvard University. From the description of Garden Library collection, ca. 1500-1900 (inclusive...

Austin, Warren R. (person)

Biography / Administrative History Dr. Warren R. Austin (1911-1999) was personal physician to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor while the Duke was Governor of the Bahamas during World War II. After the end of the war, Dr. Austin moved to Montecito California, where he established his practice in the Montecito Medical Center in 1948, and married Florence Heath Horton Austin (1915-1991) in 1956. In 1956, Dr. and Mrs. Austin purchased the Val Verd...

Field, Harold C. (person)

Haskins, Charles Homer, 1870-1937 (person)

Professor of history at Harvard and University of Wisconsin; summer resident of Hancock Point, Me. From the description of Genealogical papers, ca. 1900-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70940266 An American historian, Haskins taught at Johns Hopkins (1889-1892), Wisconsin (1892-1902), and Harvard (1902-1931). He was a leading medievalist of his generation and a prominent member of the group of presidential advisers known as "The Inquiry," 1917. As delegate to the Paris P...

Rodolfo Pucelli (person)

Smith College. (corporateBody)

Since 1900, Christmas at Smith College has involved the sending of cards, the singing of carols and the annual Vespers. Smith College's Christmas Vespers has allowed religious and non-religious students alike to come together and appreciate the music and spirit of the holiday season. At this annual candlelight ceremony, Smith College choral groups perform seasonal songs and religious readings. From the description of Records of Christmas at Smith College, 1900-[ongoing]. (Smith Colle...

Moore, G. F. (George F.) (person)

Giovanni Schiavo (person)

Vincent Ilardi (person)

A. Ferro (person)

Neilson, William A.W. (person)

Horatio Smith (person)

Herbert M. Aitken P. M. Akers (person)

G. Gabrieli (person)

Zaffala, Maria. (person)

Fritz Kaufmann (person)

Peter Gasparri (person)

Anshen, Ruth Nanda (person)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED Ruth Nanda Anshen (1900-2003) was a philosopher, author, and editor. In 1958, she established the Anshen-Columbia University Seminars on the Nature of Man, which attracted prominent scientists, theologians, writers, artists, world leaders and philosophers. Dr. Anshen edited over one hundred works in fields ranging from physics and biology to philosophy, education, psychology, and esthetics, and wrote many books herself, including The Anatomy...

Enrico Cerulli (person)

R. L. Schuyler (person)

Addy, John (person)

Sachs, Paul J. (Paul Joseph), 1878-1965 (person)

Harvard Professor of Museology. From the description of Lecture notes and related manuscripts, 1926-1955. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80369439 Professor of fine arts. From the description of Reminiscences of Paul Joseph Sachs : oral history, 1958. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309726511 Paul Joseph Sachs, the first associate director of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University and a Harvard profes...

Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Arthur Meier), 1888-1965 (person)

Schlesinger taught history at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Sr., 1908-1965 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973175 Historian, author. From the description of Reminiscences of Arthur Meier Schlesinger : oral history, 1959. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309724638 Epithet: Jr, US political analyst British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue...

Salvatore Mastrogiovanni. (person)

H. Brooks (person)

Mary F. Rhinelandes (person)

Domenice Lopreiato (person)

Dumas Malone (person)

Barbara Shaw (person)

Rafael Altamira (person)

Felix Gilbert (person)

Davenport, Charles Benedict, 1866-1944 (person)

Charles B. Davenport was a biologist and director of the Department of Genetics at the Carnegie Institution of Washington (1904-1934). From the description of Papers, 1874-1944. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122488735 Charles B. Davenport's influence and efforts at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, began in 1898 when he became the director of the summer school of the Biological Laboratory, a position he held until 1923. The lab was administered by...

Miller, Samuel H. (person)

La Piana, P. Flairano. (person)

Alexander, Campbell (person)

Mrs. Henry Copley Greene (person)

Rosita (person)

Ada Salerno (person)

Harvey W. Hewett-Thayer (person)

McGiffert, Arthur Cushman, 1861-1933 (person)

National Council for American-Italian Relations, Inc. (corporateBody)

Mrs. W. Sohier Welch (person)

Albion P. Beverage (person)

F. Neiser (person)

Ernesto Buonaiuti (person)

Bruno Zevi (person)

Raffaello Morghen (person)

E. Cinelli (person)

A. Gaetano Mario Columba. (person)

David C. Adkins (person)

Schaut, Quentin L. (person)

M. S. Bates (person)

Adams, James Luther, 1901-1994 (person)

James Luther Adams (1901-1994) is considered to be the most influential theologian among Unitarian Universalists in the twentieth century. He was born in Washington and graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1924, and from Harvard Divinity School in 1927. He was ordained as a Unitarian minister in 1927 in Salem, Massachusetts and he served the congregation there until 1934. He was also a minister in Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts from 1934 to 1935. He taught at the Meadville Lombard Theol...

Ysabel Fisk (person)

Thompson, James W. (James Wilson), 1942- (person)

Eugene Reynal (person)

Giorgio Bracco (person)

Jerome Nathanson (person)

Mrs. James B. Conant (person)

Dorothy Jane Church (person)

Marion Rosselli (person)

Nancy V. Poole (person)

Harriet S. Dorman (person)

Lydia von Awo (person)

R. Aubrey (person)

Peter Guilday (person)

Instituto Italiano di Cultura. (corporateBody)

Robert J. Clements. (person)

Henri Gregoire (person)

Lippman, Walter. (person)

Thomson, Samuel Harrison, 1895-1975 (person)

Epithet: Reverend British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000750.0x0003dc Samuel Harrison Thomson (1895-1975) was Professor of Medieval History at the University of Colorado at Boulder, succeeding James Field Willard in 1936. He was the author of Latin Book Hands of the Later Middle Ages, 1100-1500, and works on John Wyclyf, John Hus, and Robert Grosseteste. Thomson was founder and editor of Medievalia et Humanistica a...

Moehlman, Conrad Henry, 1879-.... (person)

Bolaffio, Robert E. (person)

Gilmore, Myron P. (person)

J. M. Campbell (person)

Singleton, Charles Southward, 1909-.... (person)

Charles Southward Singleton (1909-1985) was professor of Hispanic and Italian studies at The Johns Hopkins University. He specialized in early Italian literature especially the works of Dante and Boccaccio. His best known works were his 6-volume English translation with commentary of Dante's "Divine Comedy" (1975) and his edition of Boccaccio's "Decameron" (1982). From the description of Charles S. Singleton papers, 1919-1985. (Johns Hopkins University). WorldCat record id: 49301344 ...

Mario Levati (person)

Luigi Giovanola (person)

M. E. Griffin (person)

A. J. Appasamy (person)

M. Novella (person)

Miller, Robert A (person)

Riccardo Bauer (person)

Angelo Segre (person)

James Roosevelt (person)

Harry A. Holmes (person)

Westerfield, Ray B. (person)

Cantarella, Michele, 1899-1988 (person)

Donald Altwater (person)

Wright, John K. (person)

George Sherburn (person)

Helen Wallace Kelley (person)

F. Robinson (person)

Howard Goodhart (person)

Paul Abrecht (person)

Nitti, Luigia (person)

Leland, Waldo Gifford, 1879-1966 (person)

Historian. From the description of Reminiscences of Waldo Gifford Leland : oral history, 1955. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309726749 Leland earned his Harvard AM in 1901. From the description of Notes in Government 4, lectures by E. H. Strobel, 1901-1902. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074498 From the description of Notes in Economics 10, 1900-1901. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074440 ...

Mussolini, Benito (person)

Epithet: Italian dictator British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000698.0x0003d3 ...

Lotta A. Clark (person)

Morrison, Alva, Mrs. (person)

Bruce Bliven. (person)

Curtis, Edward E. (Edward Ely), 1888- (person)

Ann Deeley (person)

Sayre, Jessie Woodrow Wilson, 1887-1933 (person)

Jessie Woodrow Wilson Sayre was the daughter of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and was a political activist. She was born in Gainesville, Georgia on August 28, 1887, the second daughter of Woodrow and Ellen Axson Wilson. She was educated privately in Princeton and at Goucher College in Baltimore; after her graduation from Goucher, she worked at a settlement home in Philadelphia for three years. She was also involved with the YWCA, serving on its national board. She marrie...

Zama (person)

W. L. Winner (person)

Pease, Arthur Stanley, 1881-1964 (person)

Arthur Stanley Pease (1881-1964) was a classics professor at the University of Illinois, Amherst, and Harvard. From 1927 to 1932 he was president of Amherst College. He was also an amateur botanist. From the description of Correspondence and compositions, 1870-1963. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122564002 From the guide to the Correspondence and compositions, 1870-1963., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Arthur Stanley Pease...

Allen A. Gilmore (person)

Joseph A. Coletti (person)

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 1893-1973 (person)

Hamilton Fish Armstrong was born April 8, 1893, in the house on West 10th Street in New York City where he lived all his life. Following his Princeton graudation in 1916, he worked for the New Republic until he entered the army during World War I. At war's end, he served as a military attache to Serbia which kindled his lifelong interest in foreign affairs. After leaving the army, Armstrong became a foreign correspondence for the New York Evening Post. In 1922 Armstrong ...

Nelson, Claud D. (person)

Claud Dalton Nelson (1889-1967) was an American Methodist minister and ecumenical leader. Born July 13, 1889 in Jacksonville, Arkansas, to Charley Heston Nelson and Sandra See Nelson, he received his bachelor's degree (and later an honorary LLD.) from Hendrix College. He studied at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, receiving his M.A. from that institution. He was ordained a Methodist minister in the North Carolina Conference but never assumed a pastorate. He worked ...

R. Brindisi (person)

Mrs. Julian W. Camp, Jr. (person)

Robbins, Wallace W. (Wallace Woodsome), 1910- (person)

Rossi, Ernesto, 1897-1967 (person)

Buttrick, George Arthur, 1892-1980 (person)

George Arthur Buttrick (1892-1980) was Minister of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City (1927-1954) and Preacher to the University and Plummer Professor of Christian Morals at Harvard University (1954-1960). He was also active on social and political issues, including anti-war and civil rights, and the debates between progressive and conservative Protestants, particularly within the Presbyterian Church. From the description of Papers of George Arthur Buttrick, ca. 1909...

J. M. O'Neill. (person)

W. E. Lunt (person)

G. Pchiro (person)

Dumbarton Oaks, Harvard University (corporateBody)

Lake, Kirsopp, 1872-1946 (person)

Lake taught early Christian literature and history at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Kirsopp Lake, 1913. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973087 Kirsopp Lake (1872-1946) was a British biblical and patristic scholar and textual critic. He was born in Southampton, England, and died in South Pasadena, California. He was ordained into the Church of England and was curate of St. Mary the Virgin (Oxford, England) from 1897 to 1904, and was then a professor o...

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L. J. Henderson (person)

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Denkinger, Emma Marshall, 1890- (person)

Katherine Salta (person)

Edith D. Mayberry (person)

L. Borghi (person)

Claire Nix (person)

H. J. Leon (person)

Wilkins, Ernest Hatch, 1880-1966 (person)

Ernest Hatch Wilkins was born in Newton Centre, Massachusetts on September 14, 1880. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Amherst College in 1900 and began his teaching career there, receiving the M.A. from Amherst in 1903. He taught at Harvard University from 1906 to 1912 while working towards the Ph. D. in Romance Languages, which he received in 1910. In 1912, he was appointed Associate Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Chicago and in 1923 became Dean of the university's College ...

Ferguson, William Scott (person)

Frances Keene (person)

Bonfante, Julien. (person)

G. Valenti (person)

Olga Froebe-Kapteyn (person)

Chase, George Henry, 1874-1952 (person)

Chase (Harvard, A.B., 1896) taught classical archaeology and served as Dean of the Graduate School at Harvard from 1925 to 1939. From the description of Papers of George Henry Chase, 1926-1951 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973285 ...

Arnold, Melvin (person)

Melvin Luxton Arnold (1913-2000) was born in Portland, Oregon to Daniel and Letitia Luxton Arnold. While attending Franklin High School, he secured a position with The News Telegram ( Portland, Oregon ) which was the beginning of a long and distinguished publishing career. Arnold married Valerie Hendricksen and had one child, Alexandra, born in 1933. In 1946 he became the director of the Beacon Press, the Unitarian publishing house, and he transformed it into a widely recognized voi...

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Robinson, Rodney P. (person)

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William R. Bonniqell (person)

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Fried, John H. E., 1905-1990 (person)

A. Lottoli (person)

R. Dalla Rosa (person)

Costanzo Casucci (person)

Finch, George Augustus, 1884-1957 (person)

A. Conte (person)

Hewitt, John H. (John Hilton), 1935- (person)

Parker, William A., -1888 (person)

T. Allegginvi (person)

Mrs. Paul Thompson (person)

Kisch, Guido, 1889-1985 (person)

Born Prague, the son of Alexander Kisch, the Chief Rabbi of that city; Author; humanist scholar; Professor of law, Jewish history and bibliography, and Jewry law at the University of Leipzig, the University of Halle, and the Jewish Institute of Religion (New York), later Hebrew-Union College; also Honorary Professor at the University of Basel; founder and editor of Historia Judaica. From the description of Guido Kisch papers, [ca. 1934-1972]. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat re...

Lowell, A. Lawrence (Abbott Lawrence), 1856-1943 (person)

Nicola Sacco (1891-1927) and Bartolomeo Vanzetti (1888-1927) were Italian immigrants who were tried and executed for robbery and murder of payroll guards Frederick Albert Parmenter and Alessandro Berardelli. The case of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Sacco and Vanzetti quickly became one of America's most complicated and notorious political trials. They were found guilty on July 14, 1921, but the legal struggle to save them extended until 1927. By April 9, 1927, all appeals in the Massachu...

Sola, Salvatore. (person)

Berna Il Ministro D'Italia (person)

Clifford H. Moors (person)

Daniel H. H. Ingalls (person)

Tardo, Lorenzo, 1883-1967 (person)

Alice Estes (person)

Carl Selmer (person)

M. Avery (person)

Langer, William L. (William Leonard), 1896-1977 (person)

William L. Langer was born in Boston in March 1896. His early education concentrated on foreign languages, but he studied history, in which he ultimately obtained his MA and Ph. D. from Harvard. He joined the faculty there in 1927, obtaining a reputation in the field of diplomatic history. In a leave status from Harvard, he served as Deputy Chief, then Chief, of the Research and Analysis Branch of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II, and was appointed an assistant to the S...

Gardiner, Robert H. (Robert Hallowell), 1855-1924 (person)

M. E. Alaimo (person)

Jerre Magione (person)

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M. H. Paige (person)

A. Borgese (person)

Cesare Magni (person)

V. Titone (person)

R. V. Coleman (person)

Matteo Siragusa (person)

Loomis, Laura Hibbard (person)

Palmer (person)

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Reale, Egidio (person)

Caponigri, A. Robert (Aloysius Robert), 1915- (person)

John Whatmough (person)

Frederic Lewis (person)

Scholes, France V. (France Vinton), 1897-1979 (person)

France V. Scholes was born in Bradford, Illinois, in 1897. He received his degrees from Harvard University. A tuberculosis patient, he came to Albuquerque in 1924. Regaining his health, he taught history at UNM off and on from 1924-1945, and regularly from 1946-1970. In between he received funding to search for colonial documents in the archives of Spain and Mexico, finding many for the history of New Mexico. In addition, he worked for the Library of Congress copying documents in the archives of...

Vatican (corporateBody)

Robert Shafer (person)

Freschi, John J. (person)

A magistrate in New York City. From the description of Scrapbook, 1909-1916. (University of Notre Dame). WorldCat record id: 25267425 ...

Viafora (person)

Adams, James P. (James Pickett), 1828-1904 (person)

Cardona, Giorgio Raimondo (person)

Addio, Mario ˜d'œ (person)

Helen E. Hause (person)

Heinrich Bruning (person)

Laterza, G. (person)

Hunnewell, James Melville, 1879-1954 (person)

Chiaromonte, Nicola (person)

Nicola Chiaromonte (1905-1972), journalist and author who participated in the antifascist Giustizia e Libertá movement during the 1930s while living in exile in Paris. He contributed to Politics and Partisan Review in the 1940s, and edited, with Ignazio Silone, Tempo presente from 1956 until 1968. His pieces on theater and film are collected in La situazione drammatica (1959); Credere e non credere, his best-known work, appeared in 1971. From the description of Nicola Chiaromonte pa...

Hocking, William Ernest (person)

James Baxter (person)

Nock, Arthur Darby, 1902-1963 (person)

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L. A. Kuiney (person)

Julian Sigmar von Fersen (person)

William Thomson (person)

Venturi, Lionello, 1885-1961 (person)

V. Gabrieli (person)

A. Labriola (person)

Balboni (person)

William Alfred (person)

C. H. Beeson (person)

Evans, Austin P. (Austin Patterson) (person)

Austin Evans was a Professor of History at Columbia University and an authority on the Middle Ages. From the description of Austin P. Evans papers, [1920s]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 609579523 ...

C. C. Kelly (person)

Mason, Edward S. (person)

Mason was a commercial seaman. From the description of Log Book, 1923-1925. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 51301462 ...

Laurence P. Roberts (person)

Hilbert F. Day (person)

Carleton Noyes (person)

Louis Ginzberg (person)

Wellesley College (corporateBody)

Mondo (person)

Claud Arelini (person)

Friends of the Cooperative Forum. (corporateBody)

Crusius, Paul N. (person)

John Geni (person)

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Ryan, James H. (person)

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Miriam Shaw (person)

Giulio Einaudi (person)

F. H. Black (person)

Sayre Macneil (person)

Greeley, Dana McLean, 1908- (person)

Unitarian Universalist minister. Educated at Harvard, S.B. 1931; S.T.B. 1933. Served churches in Lincoln, Mass. and Concord, N.H. (1932-1935); minister at Arlington Street Church, Boston (1935-1958). Secretary, American Unitarian Association (AUA) (1945-1953); president, Unitarian Service Committee (1953-1958); president, AUA (1958-1961). First president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (1961-1969). Minister, First Parish in Concord, Mass. since 1970. From the description of...

Paolo Milano (person)

Don Luigi (person)

G. Cicerchia (person)

N. Tucci. (person)

Lavagnini, Bruno, 1898-1992 (person)

Wolfgang Leifertt (person)

Commercial Casualty Insurance Company (corporateBody)

V. E. Howard (person)

Wyer, Samuel S., 1879-1955 (person)

Wyer was an engineer (M.E., Ohio State University '03) who retired to devote himself to world social problems. He established the Better World Fund to finance and distribute materials on world peace, primitive cultures, religion, science, law and democracy. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1945-1955]. (Ohio State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 20868013 ...

Blanshard, Paul (person)

Jacob Fine (person)

Horton, Douglas, 1891-1968 (person)

Douglas Horton ( 1891-1968 ) was born in Brooklyn, New York . He received a BA from Princeton University in 1912 and a BD from Hartford Theological Seminary in 1915 . In 1915, he also was ordained to the Congregationalist ministry. He served congregations in Middletown, Connecticut ; Brookline, Massachusetts ; and Chicago, Illinois . While pastor of the United Church of Hyde Park in Chicago, he began teaching at Chicago Theological Seminary in 1933 . He was selected as general secretary of the G...

Mrs. Nathaniel Thayer (person)

Jean J. Seznec (person)

Sperry, Willard Learoyd, 1882-1954 (person)

Congregational minister, dean of Harvard Divinity School. B.A. Olivet College, 1903; B.A. Oxford, 1907; M.A. Yale, 1909. Ordained a Congregational minister, 1908, serving churches in Fall River and Boston, Mass. (1908-1922). Dean, Harvard Divinity School (1922-1953), Plummer Professor of Christian Morals (1928-1953). See sketch in Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement Five. From the description of Papers, 1902-1955 (inclusive). (Harvard University, Divinity School Library). Wo...

Sweet, Alfred H. (person)

Lucille C. Williams (person)

Luigi Berti (person)

S. H. Silverman. (person)

Carlo Maxia (person)

Tatlock, John S. P. (John Strong Perry), 1876-1948 (person)

Tatlock graduated from Harvard in 1896. From the description of The aunters of Arthur at the Ternwathelan : English thesis, [1896?] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074063 ...

Gratke, Charles Edward, 1901-1949 (person)

Massimo Salvadori (person)

F. Kirchwry (person)

Lazzaro, Ralph (person)

The Mediaeval Academy of America. (corporateBody)

Cumberlege, G. F. J (person)

Bardi (person)

Schafer Williams (person)

Foote, Henry Wilder, 1838-1889 (person)

W. J. Conway (person)

Lowell, William H. (person)

G. Gentile (person)

Alessandro Vasiluev (person)

R. O. O'Keefe (person)

M. C. Casella (person)

A. Neale (person)

Boyd Comstock (person)

Wolff, Robert L. (person)

Giuseppe Prezzolini (person)

Rand, Edward Kennard. (person)

Ross, Marvin C. (person)

Bernard J. Appeal (person)

Roger Holmes (person)

Charles, Cornell (person)

Williams, George Huntston, 1914-.... (person)

Williams taught theology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of George Huntston Williams, 1952? (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973278 ...

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Anne Blake Freedbry (person)

United States National Committee for Byzantine Studies. (corporateBody)

Jacchia (person)

Ferdinand Sesti (person)

Charles R. Lanman (person)

C. E. Fuller (person)

Fox, Edward W. (person)

Jones, Rufus M. (person)

English, John Wesley, 1940- (person)

Salvatore Bottino (person)

Union Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

Bliss, Robert Woods (person)

Alessandro Valenti (person)

V. Lopez. (person)

Wriston, Henry Merritt, 1899-1978, (person)

Instituto Per La Storia Del Risorgimento Italiano. (corporateBody)

Paul Hutchison (person)

Anthony P. Ullo (person)

W. B. Sedgwick (person)

Gaetano De Sanctis (person)

George Soulis, Robert H. Spahr (person)

Rome (corporateBody)

Rockwell, William Walker (person)

William Walker Rockwell (1874-1958) was a Congregational minister, professor of church history and librarian. After being ordained a minister of the Congregational Church in 1905, he joined the Union Theological Seminary in New YOrk City where he taught church history and was the librarian from 1925 until 1942. His wife, Ethel Dean Converse Rockwell (1875-1933), was a national figure in YWCA work. From the guide to the William Walker Rockwell papers, 1883-1945, 1920s-1930s, (The New ...

Marcel Francon. (person)

E. W. Hopkins (person)

Knudson, Charles A. (person)

Thomas R. Morse (person)

Caramella (person)

Oxnam, G. Bromley (person)

Lauro Venturi (person)

Gay, H. Nelson (Harry Nelson), 1870-1932 (person)

Harry Nelson Gay (1870-1932) was an American author and scholar who lived in Italy from 1898 until his death. His personal library was renowned for the collection of resources on the history of Italy from 1815 to 1870. He wrote works on the Risorgimento and biographies for Americani Illustri. From the guide to the H. Nelson Gay letters to William Roscoe Thayer, 1907-1923, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Harry Nelson Gay (1870-19...

Cherington, Charles Richards, 1913- (person)

Charles R. Cherington (1913-1967): Political scientist, educator, consultant. Educated at Harvard (A.B. 1935, LL. B. 1938, Ph. D. 1944). Taught government at Harvard (1945-1966). Consultant to transportation companies on the effects of government regulation. From the description of Consulting papers, 1955. (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 269582512 Cherington taught government at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Charles R. Cherington, 1940...

Angus Cameron (person)

Ladd (person)

G. Megaro (person)

James Peabody (person)

E. Kantorowicz (person)

D. Plooij (person)

Robert Levillain (person)

Daidone Girolamo (person)

Hans Baron (person)

Louis Finkelstein (person)

Shlien, John M. (person)

Vincenzo Spicacci (person)

Ascoli, Max, 1898-1978 (person)

Italian-born American political scientist, editor and publisher of The Reporter, and author. From the description of Max Ascoli collection, 1934-1970. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70925340 Max Ascoli (1898-1978), an Italian Jewish intellectual and author, held the chair of Philosophy of Law at the University of Rome until he left Fascist Italy in 1932 to come to the United States on a Rockefeller Foundation scholarship. He was active in the Mazzini Society, an an...

Guglielmo Negri (person)

Armando Perotti (person)

Bernstein, Victor H. (Victor Heine), 1904-1992 (person)

American journalist and foreign correspondent Victor Heine Bernstein worked for several newspapers. He is best known as a foreign editor of PM newspaper, covering World War II: the prewar persecution of the Jews in Germany and Austria, the collapse of Germany, the liberation of the concentration camps, and the Nuremberg trial. He was also managing editor for the Nation and author of the book Final Judgment, The Story of Nuremberg. From the guide to the Victor H. Bernstein papers, 193...

Ralph Gill (person)

Ira Jewell Williams, Jr. (person)

Enzo Enriques Agnoletti (person)

The Vatican (corporateBody)

Robilant, Irene : di (person)

Myron Filmore (person)

Fausta Zucchetti. (person)

Marshall, John (person)

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Theodore Lorenz (person)

William B. Munro (person)

Ephraim Emerton. (person)

JOhn J. Coss (person)

Latourette, Kenneth Scott, 1884-1968 (person)

Kenneth Scott Latourette was born in Oregon City, Oregon on August 6, 1884. He was educated at Linfield College in Oregon and Yale University. Latourette was a professor of history at Reed College and Denison University and a professor of missions at Yale University. He held leadership positions in the following organizations: American Baptist Convention and Foreign Mission Society, American Historical Association, Far Eastern Association, International Committee of Y.M.C.A.'s, Japan Internation...

Clinchy, Everett R. (Everett Ross), 1896- (person)

Everett R. Clinchy devoted a long career to fighting prejudice and promoting religious understanding, social justice, and the idea of world "brotherhood." Clinchy was a Presbyterian minister, with graduate degrees in religion from Columbia's Union Theological Seminary, social science from Yale, and education from Drew University. He was co-founder of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in 1928. Formed to combat growing anti-Semitic and anti-catholic movements, the Conference promoted ...

Robert Ulich (person)

John P. Monks (person)

Arthur Stanley Pran (person)

T. Klinda (person)

Murdock, Kenneth Ballard, 1895-1975 (person)

Murdock graduated from Harvard in 1916; taught English at Harvard and served as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. From the description of Papers of Kenneth B. Murdock, 1932?-1971 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973140 ...

Friedrich Engel-janosi (person)

Donald Goodchild (person)

J. N. Borgio (person)

Strayer, Joseph R. (Joseph Reese), 1904-1987 (person)

Einaudi, Mario, 1904-1994 (person)

Vincente Herrero (person)

The Mediaeval Institute. (corporateBody)

Peabody, Francis Greenwood, 1847-1936 (person)

Francis Greenwood Peabody (1847-1936) graduated from Harvard College in 1869 and Harvard Divinity School in 1872. Ordained in 1874, Peabody served the First Parish (Unitarian) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, until 1879. Peabody then joined the faculty of Harvard Divinity School teaching theological students Christian ethics, specializing in pioneer applications of religion to social problems. He was the Parkman Professor of Theology from 1881 to 1885 and then the Plummer Professor of Christian Mora...

Eloise Holton. (person)

Margaret Roohe (person)

R. Paniardi (person)

Lutti. (person)

E. Boyd Barrett (person)

G. H. Edgell (person)

Bingham, William J. (William John), 1889-1971 (person)

Bingham (Harvard, A.B., 1916) was Director of Athletics at Harvard from 1926 to 1951. From the description of Papers of William J. Bingham, 1919-1958 (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973335 ...

R. Pettassoni (person)

Z. Chafee, Jr. (person)

Bishko, Charles Julian (person)

University of Virginia Commonwealth Professor of History. From the description of Papers of Julian Bishko, 1930-1989. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 55224996 Commonwealth Professor of History, member of the University of Virginia faculty from 1938-1977. From the description of Julian Bishko letters to Lucretia Caroline Ramsey [manuscript], 1933-1934. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 394162884 Professor emeritus, Commonwealth P...

E. D. Churchill (person)

Parker, Bertha Morris. (person)

Fish, Carl Russell, 1876-1932 (person)

E. Giachin (person)

George Mayberry (person)

Winifred Kahn (person)

Arnoldo Forni (person)

Enzo Tagliacozzo (person)

Peter Elder (person)

Robert Pfeiffer (person)

Romanzo di G. Alpina (person)

Blenn L. Archer (person)

R. B. Morrison (person)

R. Piccoli (person)

Bixler, Julius Seelye, 1894- (person)

Smith College, Professor, Religion and Biblical Literature, 1924-1933. Amherst College, A.B., 1916; M.A., 1920. Yale University, Ph. D., 1924. Harvard University, Professor, Theology, 1933-1942. President, Colby College, 1942-1960. Died March 28, 1985. From the description of Julius Seelye Bixler papers, 1926-1969. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 51246150 Smith College Assistant Professor of Religion and Biblical Literature, 1924-25 ...

Henry Willard. (person)

Console Generale D'Italia, Boston, Massachusetts. (corporateBody)

Guido Ferrando (person)

Caroline S. G. Munro (person)

Cranz, F. Edward (Ferdinand Edward) (person)

Alexander Leitch (person)

M. Rava (person)

Guido Errante (person)

Vaughan, Herbert H. (person)

John M. Brush (person)

T. J. Wertenbaker (person)

Clark, Walter E., 1867-1956 (person)

Helmut Goetz. (person)

Emmet, Dorothy M. (person)

Tarchiani, Alberto, 1885-1964 (person)

Epithet: Italian journalist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000498.0x0003bc ...

Bainton, Roland Herbert, 1894-1984 (person)

Roland Bainton was born in England and emigrated first to Canada in 1898 and then to the United States in 1902. He received a B.A. from Whitman College, a B.D. from Yale Divinity School, and a Ph.D. from Yale, as well as many honorary degrees. Bainton taught church history at Yale Divinity School from 1920 to 1962, serving as Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History from 1936. Bainton wrote prolifically and was an authority on Luther and the Reformation, Christian attitudes toward war, C...

Mason Hammond (person)

Pane, Remigio U. (person)

B. Mirkine-Guetzavitch (person)

Edsall, David Linn, 1869-1945 (person)

Edsall (1869-1945) (University of Pennsylvania, M.D. 1893) was dean of the Harvard Medical School from 1918 to 1935 and dean of the Harvard School of Public Health from its beginnings in 1921 to 1935. Following graduation from medical school, he worked for four years in a hospital laboratory, then began teaching at University of Pennsylvania (1899-1911) and Washington University in St. Louis (1911-1912); he came to Harvard as the Jackson Professor of Clinical Medicine (1912-1923). His deanship, ...

Goodspeed's Book Shop (person)

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Coffman, George R. (person)

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Potter, Alfred C. (person)

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Elliott, Frank Nelson, 1926- (person)

E. Van Cauwenberg (person)

A. Stephano (person)

Eugene Meyer (person)

Renalto Poggioli (person)

Morison, Samuel Eliot (person)

Morison graduated from Harvard in 1908 and taught American history at Harvard. From the description of Course material for History 161b, the discovery of America, 1940. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512193 Morison earned his Harvard AB in 1908, his Harvard AM in 1909, and his Harvard PhD in 1912. He taught history at Harvard. From the description of Notes in English 28, second half year, 1904-1905. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074686...

Harvard Club of Boston (corporateBody)

The Harvard Club of Boston is an organization of Harvard alumni living in and around Boston, Massachusetts. Its membership is open to alumni and associates of Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale University, and Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. The Back Bay Clubhouse is located in Boston's historic Back Bay neighborhood, at 374 Commonwealth Avenue. The Club was founded on March 19, 1908, more than fifty years after the first Boston-...

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Alexander, Paul J. (person)

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