Sheldon Glueck papers, 1916-1972


Glueck, Sheldon, 1896-1990. Papers, 1916-1972

Sheldon Glueck papers, 1916-1972


Includes papers relating to Glueck's literary interests as well as material on Glueck's career in criminology and administration of criminal justice, especially the Harvard Law School Survey of Crime and Criminal Justice in Boston,1926-1933, war crimes and criminals, Glueck's work on the Model Penal Code of the American Law Institute, membership on two advisory committees on Federal rules of criminal procedure (1941-1942,1960-1966), and his study (1926-1938) of the Belgian Ministry of Justice. The bulk of the collection consists of professional correspondence (1920's-1972), chiefly with professional organizations, public and private agencies, and their respective officials.

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Lloyd Cabot Briggs was an anthropologist who specialized in the prehistory of northwest Africa, but was also interested in the ethnology of Saharan peoples, especially the Tuareg. LLoyd Cabot Briggs was the son of Lloyd Vernon Briggs and Mary Tilotson Cabot Briggs. His father was a prominent Boston psychiatrist. A graduate of Harvard (B.A. 1931, M.A. 1935, Ph.D. 1952), Briggs was a Research Fellow in North African Anthropology at the Peabody Museum from 1952 until his death in 1975....

Cassidy, H. M. (person)

Fuller, Luther M. (person)

Robinson, James J. (James Jaquess), 1893-1980 (person)

James J. Robinson, born on July 14, 1893, in Owensville, Indiana, graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor of arts in 1914. While a student at Harvard University Law School, Robinson enlisted in the Boston Naval Yard as a second class seaman in 1918. Robinson received his bachelor of laws (1919) and doctor's degree (1931) from Harvard University Law School. Robinson practiced law in Princeton, Indiana, until 1924. In addition to his practice, Robinson taught law...

Nathan, Dorothy M., Mrs. (person)

Francis, Samuel N. (person)

Dickman, Morris (person)

Caffey, Francis, Hon. (person)

Young, Donald, Dr. (person)

Hyde, James H. (James Hazen), 1876-1959 (person)

James Hazen Hyde (1876-1959) was a businessman, francophile, and expatriate. He graduated from Harvard in 1898. In 1899 he was left in charge of his father's (Henry Baldwin Hyde, 1834-1899) life insurance company, the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. In 1905 Hyde lost control of the company in a publicity scandal that resulted in an investigation of the insurance industry by the New York State. In late December 1905 Hyde sailed for Paris, where he lived until the Nazi occup...

Romniciano, Helene (person)

Harley, Harrison L. (person)

Simon, Helen L. (person)

Devlin, James N. (person)

Oliver, R. C. (person)

Workers' Travel Association (corporateBody)

Szold, Robert (person)

Dixon, W. L. (person)

Roscoe Jackson Laboratory (corporateBody)

Eastman, Harry L. (person)


Chaplin, Charlie, 1889-1977 (person)

Epithet: junior; MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001303.0x0000e2 Charles Spencer Chaplin was born in Paris in 1889. He became universally known for his performances as a comedic silent screen actor. From the description of Scrapbook, 1931. (Natural History Museum Foundation, Los Angeles County). WorldCat record id: 18313546 Epithet: actor Title: Knight ...

Doubleday & Co. (corporateBody)

Education, Dept. of (corporateBody)

Deutsch, Regina (person)

Bounds, V. L. (person)

Burks, Philip P. (person)

Heredia, Francisco de (person)

Human Betterment Foundation (corporateBody)

Beer, Sidney J. (person)

Barr, C. A. (person)

Liljegren, Solveig Utne (person)

Cohane, Louis S. (person)

Darrow, Clarence (person)

Mueller, Gerhard O. W. (person)

Kies, Paul P. (person)

Paul Charles Joseph Kiès (1895-1968) begon zijn loopbaan in het leger; eerste Nederlandse beroepsofficier die lid werd van de SDAP; politiek leider van de Troelstra Beweging Nederland (TBN) die tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog collaboreerde met de Duitsers. From the description of Archief 1927-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81336393 ...

American psychiatric association (corporateBody)

Canavan, Joseph J., -1940 (person)

McFadden, R. (person)

Caldwell, Robert Graham, 1904- (person)

Wrote his doctoral dissertation in criminology under Sellin. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1942-1968. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 235943514 Newspaper publisher in New Jersey. From the description of Robert N. Caldwell letters, 1946-1969. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 472459417 ...

Guy, Norman M., Prof. (person)

Cohen, Charles S. (person)

Henson, A. L. (person)

Hoey, Jane M. (Jane Margueretta), 1892-1968 (person)

Government official. From the description of Reminiscences of Jane Margueretta Hoey : oral history, 1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122565551 ...

Chapman, P. A. (person)

Holter, Norman J., 1914-1983 (person)

Marr, Vernon W. (person)

Council of Social Agencies. (corporateBody)

McCausland, Philip R. (person)

Pa. School of Soc. Wk. (corporateBody)

Boston Legal Aid Society, The (corporateBody)

American Consul (corporateBody)

Beasley, Nancy (person)

Jackson, Harry (person)

American Social Hygiene Ass'n. (corporateBody)

Kaminstein, Abraham L. (person)

Helfand, Jeanette (person)

Steelcraft Mfg. Co. (corporateBody)

Hunter, Alda B. (person)

Katz, William D. (person)

Temporary Commission on the Courts (corporateBody)

Horner, Henry, Hon. (person)

Survey Associates, Inc. (corporateBody)

O'Hare, William G. (person)

Cohen, Daniel, 1953-.... (person)

Geo.Wash. Univ., Dept. of Sociology (corporateBody)

Atlee, Benjamin C. (person)

Benson, O. H. (Oscar Herman), 1875-1951 (person)

Bruce, J. R. (person)

(Domestic Relations Court (corporateBody)

Lang, J-L (person)

American Psychiatric Ass'n. (corporateBody)

Levine, Bernard S. (person)

Peters, A.J. (person)

Howard, Mary E. (person)

Jessup, Philip C. (person)

Snow, Kenneth J. (person)

Hallwachs, George M. (person)

Johnson, Alvin Saunders, 1874-1971 (person)

Writer, educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Alvin Saunders Johnson : oral history, 1960. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309739664 Chairman of the New School's University of Exile, and associate editor of the Encyclopaedia of the social sciences. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1933-1936. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 238235085 Head of the New...

Harvard Univ. Grad. School of Arts & Sciences (corporateBody)

Sieker, Lillian C. (person)

Epstein, Charles L. (person)

Caplin, Donald. (person)

Finn, Jonathan (person)

Boring, Edwin G. (person)

French Line (corporateBody)

Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO) (corporateBody)

Krauss, Robert P. (person)

Hickman, George W. (George Washington), 1904-1993 (person)

George Washington Hickman, Jr. (b. Feb. 3, 1904, Calhoun, Ky..-d. 1993), U.S. Army officer, graduated from West Point in 1926. He obtained a law degree following World War II and was appointed Judge Advocate General for the Army from 1957 to 1960. From the description of Hickman, George W. (George Washington), 1904-1993 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10597548 ...

Scheinfeld, Amram, 1897- (person)

Journalist, author, professional cartoonist. Scheinfeld (1897-1979) worked as a journalist in Milwaukee, Baltimore, and New York. From the description of Papers, 1918-1975. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122589763 ...

Gonzales, Abraham Diaz (person)

Greene, Harry W., 1945-.... (person)

Sands, Irving J., 1891-1958 (person)

Marbury, William L. (William Luke), 1901- (person)

Supporter and committee member of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. From the description of Oral history interview, 1977. (Maryland Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 32821943 Lawyer; interviewee d.1988. From the description of Reminiscences of William L. Marbury : oral history, 1961. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122608669 Lawyer, of Baltimore, Md. From the description of Alger Hiss collection, 1934...

Morison, Emily M. (person)

Verdun, R. S. M. (person)

Field, Marshall, 1834-1906 (person)

Businessman. From the description of Marshall Field correspondence, 1891-1893. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450239 American merchant. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Chicago, to Mr. Schell at Harper & Brothers, 1890 Nov. 1. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270517828 ...

Langdon, Alvin O (person)

Schumacher, Henry C., M. D. (person)

Massachusetts. Department of Mental Health (corporateBody)

Programs and institutions for the mentally ill and retarded of Massachusetts were among the responsibilities successively of the Board of State Charities (St 1863, c 240), the State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity (St 1879, c 291), and the State Board of Lunacy and Charity (St 1886, c 101). They were then the sole responsibility successively of the State Board of Insanity (St 1898, c 433), the Massachusetts Commission on Mental Diseases (St 1916, c 285), the Dept. of Mental Diseases (St 191...

Lafarge, Philippe (person)

Walker, C. Eugene (person)

United States Maccabi Ass'n. Inc. (corporateBody)

Burroughs, Harry E. (Harry Ernest), 1890- (person)

Farley, Louis W., Jr. (person)

Anneveldt, E. J. (person)

Davis, Watson (person)

Klaunberg, Henry J. (person)

De Grazia, Alfred. (person)

Gibbens, T. C. N. (person)

Dobbs, Harrison A. (Harrison Allen) (person)

Sander, Frank E.A. (person)

Galway, Everett A. (person)

Dession, George H. (George Hathaway), 1905-1955 (person)

Roper, John Charles, 1858-1940 (person)

McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. (corporateBody)

Gardner, Alfred (person)

The Golden Book Foundation of America, Inc. (corporateBody)

Cullitan, F. T. (person)

Murtagh, John M. (person)

Cripe, Clair (person)

Stoneman, Albert H. (person)

Kohn, Dexter (person)

Sup.Jud.Ct. (corporateBody)

Pinkham, Louisa C. (person)

Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas (corporateBody)

Clark, W.J. (person)

Harkness, R. E. E. (person)

Hunter, Clayton B. (person)

Rhodes, Jeremiah I. (person)

Hinde, R.S.E. (person)

Wilks, S.S. (Samuel Stanley), 1906-1964 (person)

Samuel Stanley Wilks was a mathematician and statistician. He taught at Princeton University. From the description of Papers, 1940-1963. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122364924 educator and editor. He stressed the close relationship of theoretical and applied statistics, and was concerned that the American public understand mathematics as a large body of theory and applications woven into engineering, the sciences and practical af...

Jewish Big Brother Ass'n. of Boston (corporateBody)

Harris, Reginald H., Esq. (person)

Kennedy, John B. (person)

Naylor, George M., Mrs., Jr. (person)

O'Connor, Herbert J. (person)

Offutt, Edward (person)

Kingman, John M. (person)

Hulse, Wilfred (person)

Halpern, Irving W. (person)

Chief probation officer for the New York Court of General Sessions. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1953. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 237003583 ...

Gilbert, Henry (person)

Epithet: of Locko; MP for county Derbyshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000625.0x000023 ...

Moore, Terence Matthias (person)

McGoorty, J. P. (person)

Venter, Hermann J. (person)

Ass'n. of Visiting Teachers (corporateBody)

University Law Book Exchange (corporateBody)

Howard, B. C. (person)

Sands, Charles Eliot (person)

Feller, A. H. (person)

Moore, Nelson (person)

O'Hara, Gerald T. (person)

Overton, George W., 1918- (person)

Craig, R. W. (person)

McFadden, Robert (person)

Wieck, Fred (person)

American Book Company. (corporateBody)

The American Book Company (ABC) was an educational book publisher that published textbooks at the elementary school, secondary school and collegiate levels. The company was formed in 1890 by the consolidation of four publishing houses: Van Antwerp, Bragg and Co., A.S. Barnes and Co., D. Appleton and Co., and Iveson, Blakeman and Co. It operated successfully as the American Book Company for more than seventy years with the public school system and other educational institutions as it...

Rhodes, Leon C. (person)

Judge Baker Guidance Center (corporateBody)

Los Angeles Police Dept. (corporateBody)

Gardner, George F. (person)

Waterhouse, Ian K. (person)

Moreland, D. W. (person)

Slovenko, Ralph (person)

Covert, Charles R. (person)

Suffolk County House of Correction (corporateBody)

Lanning, Geoffrey J. (person)

Kellogg, Paul Underwood, 1879-1958 (person)

Kellogg, editor of the Survey, 1909-1952, and an active social reformer, corresponded with major figures in business, politcs, and welfare, discussing developments in peace movements, New Deal programs, civil liberties, the development of professional social work, and programs to assist dependent members of society. From the guide to the Paul U. Kellogg papers, 1891-1952, (University of Minnesota Libraries. Social Welfare History Archives [swha]) Kellogg, editor of the Surve...

Hutchinson, F. S., Col. (person)

Gruss, Leo, Mrs. (person)

Walsh, Allison F. (person)

Smith, Payson (person)

Kingsley, Robert, Prof. (person)

Newton (Mass.) Community Foundation (corporateBody)

Glassman, Leo M. (person)

Federal Relief Admin. of Public Works (corporateBody)

Hill, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1881-1936 (person)

Community Federation of Boston. (corporateBody)

Abel, H. S., Mrs. (person)

Motion Picture Research Council (corporateBody)

Private American research organization. From the description of Motion Picture Research Council records, 1927-1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866961 ...

Sheldon, James H. (person)

Bd. of Ed., Detroit (corporateBody)

Taylor, S. D. (person)

Iddings, Frederick T. (person)

Hugh Cabot Memorial Fund, Inc. (corporateBody)

Elizabeth Peabody House. (corporateBody)

Litvinov, M. M. (Maksim Maksimovich), 1876-1951 (person)

Reeves, Prentice (person)

Shaw, G. Howland (person)

Swancara, Frank (person)

Rank, Otto, Dr. (person)

Peterson, Clarence Stewart, 1896-1968 (person)

Sullivan, Harry Stack, 1892-1949 (person)

Bell, Marjorie (person)

Griffith, Sanford (person)

Fletchall, G. F. (person)

Levit, Jay J. (person)

Lee, Frances G. (person)

State Survey Commission (corporateBody)

Grupp, Stanley E. (person)

Merrill, Maude A. (person)

Dept. of, Bureau of Prisons (corporateBody)

Brooks, Lawrence G. (Lawrence Gerald) (person)

National Civic Federation (corporateBody)

1 - National Civic Federation Records. Civic Federation of Chicago, boxes 155-168. 2 - Regulation of Industrial Corporations Department, box 241, folders 5 and 6; box 242, folders 1-6; and box 246, folders 5-10. 3 - . Trade Agreements Department, box 255, folder 4, enclosures to form letter dated May 11, 1906, from [Jeremiah Jenks]. Jenks was a political economist, a student of the combinations movement (he was the chairman of the NCF sub-committee that drafted a bill to amend the S...

Lazarus, J. Burt (person)

Freedman, Lawrence Zelic, 1919- (person)

Ribble, F. D. G. (Frederick Deane Goodwin), 1898-1970 (person)

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH. Born in Virginia. B.A., 1916, College of William and Mary; M.S., 1917, and LL.B., 1921, University of Virginia; S.J.D., 1937, Columbia University. Law professor at Virginia, 1921-1966; dean, 1939-1963. From the description of Papers, 1920-1965. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 704074162 Born in Virginia. B.A., 1916, College of William and Mary; M.S., 1917, and LL. B., 1921, University of Virginia; S.J.D., 1937, Columbia University. Law profe...

Gray, H. A. (person)

Kingsman, A. (person)

State of New Jersey State Home for Girls (corporateBody)

Flemming, Bob (person)

Hinkley, James R. (person)

Lowenstein, Norman (person)

Hamilton, W.H. (person)

Crowley, Robert C. (person)

Horsky, Charles A. (Charles Antone), 1910-1997 (person)

Charles Antone Horsky (1910-1997) was born in Helena, Montana. He received his A.B. from the University of Washington in 1931 and in 1934, received his LL.B. from Harvard University. From 1935 to 1939, Horsky worked as an Attorney in the Solicitor General's Office. From 1955 to 1962 he served as President of the Washington Housing Association. Horsky was a lecturer at the University of Virginia Law School from 1958 to 1962. During that time, served as Chairman of the Washington, D.C. Commissione...

Wylie, Max, 1904-.... (person)

American author, professor, television producer, advertising executive, and editor; b. Max Melville Wylie; d. 1975. From the description of Max Wylie collection, 1930-1975. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70969752 ...

Boys' Club Federation of America (corporateBody)

Pollack, Irwin W. (person)

Fischer, Siegfried (person)

Raitt, N. S. (person)

Goldsmith, S. A. (person)

Jud, Rudolf (person)

American Year Book (corporateBody)

Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959 (person)

John Foster Dulles (1888-1959), the fifty-third Secretary of State of the United States for President Dwight D. Eisenhower, had a long and distinguished public career with significant impact upon the formulation of United States foreign policies. He was especially involved with efforts to establish world peace after World War I, the role of the United States in world governance, and Cold War relations between the United States and the Soviet Union. Dulles was born on February 25, 18...

Ferencz, Benjamin B., 1920-.... (person)

Cabot, Richard, Dr. (person)

Roch, Francis J. (person)

Harms, Ernst (person)

Harvard Law School (corporateBody)

Law clubs were established to provide students an opportunity to practice preparing and arguing law cases as realistically as possible. Law clubs began to be founded at Harvard in the 19th century; one of the earliest was the Marshall Club, founded in 1825. In 1910, the Board of Student Advisers was formed, and the more formal Ames Competition in Appellate Brief Writing and Advocacy was established. From the description of General information by and about Harvard Law School clubs, 18...

Goldstein, Fanny, -1961 (person)

Chittenden, Thomas S. (person)

State of Illinois, Dept. of Pub. Welfare, Div. of the Criminologist (corporateBody)

MacInerney, Dana B. (person)

American Psychological Ass'n. Inc. (corporateBody)

Lord, J. P. (person)

San Francisco Dept. of Public Health (corporateBody)

Glueck, David (person)

Rhode Island. Dept. of Social Welfare (corporateBody)

Shalloo, J. P. (Jeremiah Patrick), 1898- (person)

Karpman, B., Dr. (person)

Dept. of Police, Pa. (corporateBody)

Flinn, Helen Louise (person)

Alfred P. Sloan Fndn. (corporateBody)

Cordes, C. F., Jr. (person)

Myerson, Abraham, 1881-1948 (person)

Clark, Dorris (person)

Colcord, Samuel (person)

Strait, George (person)

Kuh, Richard H. (person)

Lawless, William B. (person)

Brill, Jeanette G (person)

Borow, Joseph (person)

Hamilton, Ann (person)

Knight, A. S. (person)

Toll, Henry W. (Henry Wolcott), 1887- (person)

State senator and attorney. Born November 1887. Active in opposing the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado. Taught at the University of Chicago. Served on the National Commission on Uniform State Laws, Denver Welfare Board, DPL Foundation. Founded Graland School in 1927. Died October 1975. From the description of Henry W. Toll oral history [sound recording]. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 39160430 The Powell Society was incorporated in 1969 (the 100th anniver...

Erkens, Josephine (person)

Strain, J. (person)

Braucher, Howard S. (person)

Kerr, Richard F. (person)

Herlihy, J. E. (person)

Carnegie Corporation (corporateBody)

Matthiessen, Francis O., Prof. (person)

National Jail Association (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Deighton, B. G. (person)

Manchester Boys' Club (corporateBody)

Keevin, E. E. (person)

Klockenteger, G. W. (person)

Day, Florence R. (person)

Biggs, John, 1895-1979 (person)

John Biggs was Fitzgerald's roomate at Princeton. From the description of Letter, Wednesday eve, to Es. [1920?], (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 769953607 ...

Nichols, W. I. (person)

Am. Comm. for Christian German Refugees (corporateBody)

Barry, W. F. (person)

Crowley, M. H. (person)

Moskowitz, Henry (person)

Masters, Cecil D. (person)

Walton, Joseph O. (person)

Shanker, Morris G. (person)

Biggs, Earl R. (person)

Earl Rodney Biggs was born October 30, 1897 in La Grande, Oregon. His childhood was marked by poverty and family disruptions, and at age 12 he ran away from home and became a sailor. While at sea he read voraciously, and developed a lifelong interest in writing and philosophy. In 1914, at age 16, Biggs returned to La Grande and married Eva Long, a 15-year-old girl. They had two daughters, Evelyn and Earla, but the couple split up in 1916. Biggs enlisted in the Army and in 1918, in an explosion o...

Copeland, Royal S., Hon. (person)

Genn, George (person)

Collins, Marcus W. (person)

Ross, Martin, 1862-1915 (person)

Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0001b2 ...

Furman, S. A. (person)

Juvenile Court of Washington (corporateBody)

Faulkner, Leon C. (person)

Dept. of, Recorder's Court (corporateBody)

Simons, M. (person)

Caproni, Leo F. (person)

Taylor, John Lachlan (person)

Tannenbaum, D. (person)

Kasch, Howard E. (person)

Boys' Club of America. (corporateBody)

Myren, Richard A., 1924-.... (person)

Richard A. Myren was a professor of criminal justice. Myren taught at the Institute of Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1952-1956; Indiana University, 1955-1966; and the University at Albany, State University of New York, where he was Dean of the School of Criminal Justice, 1966-1974. From the description of Richard A. Myren papers, 1952-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122482138 ...

Kelly, Florence Finch, 1858-1939 (person)

North-western Law School (corporateBody)

Winter, Gibson (person)

McNaughton, John, 1950-.... (person)

Michael DiSalle) (person)

Bettman, Alfred, 1873-1945 (person)

City planner. From the description of Alfred Bettman papers, 1910-1945. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64074394 Alfred Bettman was a city planner. From the guide to the Alfred Bettman Papers, 1910-1945, (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) Alfred Bettman, prominent lawyer and city planner, was born in 1873 in Cincinnati, Ohio to Louis and Rebecca (Bloom) Bettman. He attended Harvard Uni...

McCall, H. G. (person)

Laurent, Andre (person)

Bronner, Augusta (person)

International Congress on Criminology (corporateBody)

Liepmann, Clara Maria (person)

Jones, Thomas J. (person)

Greene, William R. (person)

Bridgewater State Farm (corporateBody)

American Institute of Food Distribution (corporateBody)

Boston Ethical Society (corporateBody)

Woodward, R. (Richard) (person)

Jacobs, David H. (person)

Plazinski, Thaddeus T. (person)

Children Aid Association (corporateBody)

Williams, Roger J. (Roger John), 1893-1988 (person)

Roger J, Williams (1893-1988) was a professor of chemistry at the University of Texas at Austin who specialized in the study of biochemistry, nutrition and human biochemical and psysiological individuality. He was born in Ootacumund, India, but grew up in Kansas and California. He attended the University of the Redlands (BA, 1914), the University of California at Berkeley (1915) and the University of Chicago (MS, 1918; PhD, 1919). Williams was a widely published author of his own research, as we...

Committee on Juvenile Delinquency. (corporateBody)

Jewish Social Service Bureau of Chicago (corporateBody)

Gans, Howard S., Mrs. (person)

Beer, William A., Mrs. (person)

Hardinge, V. M. (person)

Bushee, Alice H. (Alice Huntington), 1867-1956 (person)

Alice Huntington Bushee was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 3, 1867 to William Aldrich Bushee and Emily Jane Clapp. As a young girl she attended district schools in Brookfield, Vermont and the Graded School and Academy in Morrisville, Vermont. She graduated from Mount Holyoke in 1891. She recieved a Master's Degree in Spanish from Boston University in 1909. She taught at many schools and spent time in Europe before she became a professor at Wellesley College in Massachusetts in 1911...

Brown Paul R. (person)

O'Brian, John Lord, 1874- (person)

American lawyer; head of the War Emergency Division, United States Department of Justice, 1917-1919. From the description of John Lord O'Brian papers, 1916-1962. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869810 O'Brian was born in Buffalo, New York in 1874. He received the A.B. degree from Harvard College in 1896 and the L.L.B. degree from Buffalo Law School in 1898. In February 1909, O'Brian was appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt to serve as U.S. Attorney for the Western Dis...

Peters, Andrew J. (person)

Payne, N. O., Mrs. (person)

Lentz, William P. (person)

Hubbard, W. W. (person)

House, Floyd Nelson, 1893-1975 (person)

University of Virginia professor of sociology. From the description of Papers of Floyd Nelson House [manuscript], 1919-1974. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647814601 ...

Reichert, Walter P. (person)

Cutler, Leslie B. (person)

Law Revision Commission, N.Y. State (corporateBody)

Toledo News Boys' Association (corporateBody)

Lenroot, K. F. (person)

Boston Family Welfare Society (corporateBody)

Motion Picture Association of America (corporateBody)

The Motion Picture Association of America was founded in 1922 and became the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America in 1945. The earlier name was used on the volumes in this collection. From the guide to the Directories of movie theaters, 1947-1948, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) The Motion Picture Association of America was founded in 1922 and became the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America in 1945. ...

Bemis-Taylor Foundation Child Guidance Clinic (corporateBody)

Frodin, Reuben (person)

Am. Friends of Hebrew Univ. (corporateBody)

Littlefield, A. W. (Arthur Wesley), 1905- (person)

Grossman, Ben L. (person)

Hennings, Sharon (person)

Johnstone, A. P. (person)

Carter, Frances M. (Mrs. Albert) (person)

Wald, Albert (person)

Yakovlev, Paul I. (person)

Harvard University. Memorial Church (corporateBody)

Memorial Church was dedicated in 1932 and incorporates Appleton Chapel, the name of a former building erected on the same site in 1855. The terms Memorial Church and Appleton Chapel refer not only to the buildings, but also to the agencies they contain. The title of the person in charge of Memorial Church was Preacher to the University until 1974, when it was changed to Minister in Memorial Church. The Memorial Church's activities also come under the responsibility of the Board of Preachers, whi...

Redfield, Alfred, Mrs. (person)

Meyer, George H. (George Herbert), 1928- (person)

Hooton, E. A. (person)

Cain, W. M. (person)

Collins, John F. N. (person)

Steckevicz, Edwin F. (person)

Sheldon, Raymond (person)

Hutchinson, Robert Henry Sneyd, -1930 (person)

Galgano, Salvatore (person)

Alper, B. S. (person)

Kendall, Glenn (person)

Office of the Probation Officer (corporateBody)

Staudinger, Hans, Dr. (person)

Lippmann, Walter, 1899-1974 (person)

Epithet: American political commentator British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000561.0x000062 ...

Holman, William G. (person)

The American Prison Association (corporateBody)

Jones, Howard P. (person)

Kline, Howard J. (person)

Havell, G. F. (person)

Fatemi, Hussein (person)

McClesket, James R. (person)

Welfarer Health Council of N.Y.C. (corporateBody)

Cohen, Allen L. (person)

Atomic Development Mutual Corporation (corporateBody)

Massachusetts Half-Way Houses, Inc. (corporateBody)

Sieverts, Rudolf, 1903-.... (person)

Cannon, Ida (person)

Isenstein, Harry H. (person)

Cooke, Dwight (person)

Minnesota. Dept. of Corrections. (corporateBody)

Christopher, Thomas W. (person)

Shelly, Patrick J. (person)

White, M. J. (person)

Paterson, Alexander (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant; 3rd Foot British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001300.0x000393 ...

Committee for the Study of Music in Institutions (corporateBody)

Grassi, Ernesto R., Prof. (person)

Rushmore, Stephen (person)

Miller, James Wilkinson (person)

Hogan, Frank, Esq. (person)

McCarthy, Ellsworth (person)

Grygier, Tadeusz. (person)

Menzel, Herbert (person)

Young, Loring (person)

Anderson, Leslie C. (person)

Loeffler, H. C. (person)

Cushman, Roy M. (person)

Roy Cushman (Jan. 8, 1874-April 1970) was a farmer near Middleton (Gratiot County, Mich.) He served as county supervisor, 1900 and 1903, and Register of Deeds, 1902. He had at least five siblings: C.B., Ethel; J.M.; Bertel; and Vinnie Cushman (July 30, 1885-March 1986). Most of the extant correspondence is between Roy and Vinnie. Vinnie graduated from Gratiot County Normal School in 1905. Bertel bought a farm in Middleton on April 11, 1889. (This information is from the collection, the Social Se...

Tierney, Paul E. (person)

Algoa Farms (person)

World Peaceways, Inc. (corporateBody)

Norman, J. W. (person)

Boston League of Women Voters (corporateBody)

Gilmore, O. T. (person)

Margolies, D. Selig (person)

Rieser, Arthur J. (person)

McGuinn, Walter, S. J. (person)

Ingersoll, Ralph (person)

U.S. Dept. of Labor, Div. of Labor Standards (corporateBody)

Rosenberg, Elliott (person)

Jennings, H. P. (person)

Rochester Big Sister Council, Inc. (corporateBody)

Binavince, E. S. (person)

National Council for the Abolition of the Death Penalty. (corporateBody)

Atlanta Commission on Crime and Juvenile Delinquency (corporateBody)

Spector, Herman K., 1906- (person)

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., 1902-1985 (person)

U.S. representative to the United Nations. From the description of Correspondence 1957. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 50307057 United States Senator and ambassador. From the description of Henry Cabot Lodge letter to Harriet L. White [manuscript], 1960 August 8. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 466876849 Henry Cabot Lodge (1902-1985) was a journalist, U.S. Senator, and diplomat, and the grandson of statesman Henry Cabot Lodge,...

Moulton, Bryant E. (person)

Univ. of Saskatchewan (corporateBody)

Aschaffenburg, G. (person)

Thornberry, John (person)

Morris, John Edward, 1859-1933 (person)

McGoorty, John P. (person)

Wan, Ying S. (person)

Weitzner, Emil (person)

British and North American Royal Mail Steam Packet Company (corporateBody)

Elliott, Jesse L. (person)

U.S. Office of war information. (corporateBody)

Rogers, Carl R. (Carl Ransom), 1902-1987 (person)

Psychologist, psychotherapist, and educator; d. 1987. From the description of Papers, 1913-1989 (bulk 1960-1987). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 31816440 Carl Rogers was a psychologist and psychotherapist who initiated the "third force" of humanistic psychology. He got his Ph.D. at Columbia University's Teachers College. After working at various other universities, he and his wife moved to La Jolla, Calif. and joined the staff of the Western Behavioral Studies Institute. He ...

Smith, Craig H. (person)

Pan American Union (corporateBody)

Baker, Newman F. (Newman Freese), 1898-1941 (person)

Winslow, Thyra Samter, 1893-1961 (person)

Lowenthal, Max, 1888-1971 (person)

Max Lowenthal, B.A. (1909) University of Minnesota, J.D. (1912) Harvard Law School; attorney and lifelong public servant. A close associate of Felix Frankfurter, Harry Truman and Louis Brandeis, he served on the National Committee on Law Observance and Enforcement (the Wickersham Commission), the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, and the Interstate Commerce Commission. Lowenthal was an advisor and personal friend of President Harry S. Truman, and was influentia...

Gibson, Thomas F. (person)

Worcester, Jane (person)

Hewins, Katharine P. (person)

Institute of Judicial Administration, Inc., The (corporateBody)

Suffolk Superior Court (corporateBody)

French, A. N. (person)

Wood, William P. (William Platt), 1888- (person)

Waller, Theodore (person)

Owens, Edwin J. (person)

Balogh, E., Prof. (person)

Mellen Public Schools (corporateBody)

Ginsberg, Morris, 1889-1970 (person)

Morris Ginsberg, 1889-1970, was born into one of the smaller Lithuanian Jewish communities of the Russian empire. His first language was Yiddish and as a Talmudic scholar he was educated in classical Hebrew. However he quickly mastered English when he migrated to England to work in the business of relatives in Manchester whilst preparing for entry to London University. He entered University College London in 1910 to read for a degree in philosophy and obtained his MA in 1915. He was a temporary ...

Maglio, Louis G. (person)

Hayward, Frances (person)

Queen, Ellery. (person)

Ellery Queen is a pseudonym for the writing team of Frederic Dannay (1905-1982) and Manfred B. Lee (1905-1971). Dannay and Lee were cousins who entered a writing contest co-sponsored by McClure's Magazine and Lippincott's publishing house, and formed the joint venture of Ellery Queen. Although they did not win the contest, the cousins were rewarded with a book publication deal. Between 1928 and 1971, "Ellery Queen" wrote radio shows, a monthly magazine, a weekly newspaper series, novels, and tel...

Minard, George C. (corporateBody)

Boyd, Estelle (person)

Albeese, Homer, Dean (person)

National Science Foundation (U.S.). Directorate for Research Applications (corporateBody)

Hawkins, H. W., Mr. & Mrs. (person)

Shaw, John M., 1960-.... (person)

Old South Association in Boston (corporateBody)

George Junior Republic Ass'n. (corporateBody)

Connelly, John. (person)

Shideler, E. H. (person)

Klapper, Paul (person)

Mesnick, Charles (person)

Berthelemy, Honore, Prof. (person)

Slater, Max (person)

Reiss, Rudolf (person)

Sargent, Albert J. (person)

Phillips Brooks House Committee (corporateBody)

Washington, The State College of (corporateBody)

Univ. of So.Cal. (corporateBody)

Greenberg, B. B. (person)

Morris, Mary A., approximately 1822- (person)

Gorman, Judith L. (person)

Shields, P. (person)

Fisher, Frederick G., 19..-.... (person)

Brinton, Howard T. (person)

Robinson, Louis N. (person)

Luce, Gay (person)

Dinis, Edmund (person)

Gandal, Isadore (person)

Greater Boston Federation of Churches (corporateBody)

Larkin, Kathleen O. (person)

Schmideberg, Melitta, Dr. (person)

Putnam, Tracy Jackson, 1894-1975 (person)

Physician and researcher; co-discoverer with H. Houston Merritt of the nonsedative anticonvulsant, diphenyl hydantoin (Dilantin; Parke-Davis), in 1938; neurological surgeon in private practice in Beverly Hills and at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles, Ca. from 1947 to 1975. From the description of Tracy Jackson Putnam, M.D. collection, 1938-1975. (University of California, Los Angeles). WorldCat record id: 27126806 ...

Spalding, Warren F. (Warren Foster) (person)

Kartozian, William Francis (person)

Supreme Court, N.Y.State (corporateBody)

White, Stuart A. (person)

Simmons, Boyd T. (person)

Howell, Bertha B. (person)

International Foundations (corporateBody)

Clark, William J., 1937- (person)

Johnson, Charles E. (person)

Beard, Belle Boone, 1898-1984 (person)

Belle Boone Beard (1898-1984) was a noted centenarian researcher and professor of gerontology. She was born in Boones Mill, Va., graduated from Lynchburg College and then earned a Ph.D. from Bryn Mawr. Dr. Beard proposed and attended the first White House Conference on Aging. She taught at Sweet Briar College where she was a professor and the chairman of the Department of Sociology, Vanderbilt University and New Mexico Highlands University where she was a visiting professor, and the University o...

Peck, Russell (person)

Council of Social & Athletic Clubs (corporateBody)

Burckhardt, Lukas H. (person)

Bellow, Gary (person)

Miller, William E. (person)

Abrahamson, Emanuel M. (person)

Platt, L Prescott (person)

Child Guidance Clinic (corporateBody)

McKenna, J. Walter (person)

Belbey, Jose (person)

Blau, Theodore H. (person)

Office of War Information Special Events (corporateBody)

Moser, Charles K. (person)

Ames, Annette (person)

Parker, Wm. Stanley (person)

Robertson, W. Forbes (person)

Isseks, Samuel S. (person)

Kohut, Nester C. (person)

Emery, Olga (person)

Honeck, Stewart G. (person)

Tippy, W. (person)

Marbury, William L. (William Luke), 1901- (person)

Supporter and committee member of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. From the description of Oral history interview, 1977. (Maryland Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 32821943 Lawyer; interviewee d.1988. From the description of Reminiscences of William L. Marbury : oral history, 1961. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122608669 Lawyer, of Baltimore, Md. From the description of Alger Hiss collection, 1934...

Boston City Council (corporateBody)

Elder, Samuel A. (person)

Mannheim, Hermann (person)

Simons, Maurice (person)

Cabot, Henry B. (Henry Bromfield), 1894- (person)

Lovejoy, Owen R. (person)

Cox, Oscar (person)

Attorney and government official. From the description of Papers, 1933-1962. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155522184 ...

U.S. Congress. House of Representatives. (corporateBody)

American Psychiatric Association - Isaac Ray Award Board (corporateBody)

Hershenson, David B., 1933- (person)

Lievre, Lucien Roger (person)

F. Hoefer) (person)

Frank Loveland (person)

Cluin, John J. (person)

Henry Holt & Co. (corporateBody)

McGraw Hill (corporateBody)

Janner, Greville. (person)

Mulock, William, Sir, 1844-1944 (person)

Birthright, Inc. (corporateBody)

Founded 1937 as Sterilization League of New Jersey, changed name to Sterilization League for Human Betterment in 1943; renamed Birthright, Inc. from 1943-1950, became Human Betterment Association of American in 1950, Human Betterment Association for Voluntary Sterilization in 1962, and Association for Voluntary Sterilization in 1964. From the description of Educational materials, ca. 1946. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 28374939 Founded 1937 as Sterilization League of New Je...

Cadden, Joseph (person)

Rojas, Nerio (person)

Cleveland, Richard F. (person)

Loomis, R. H. (person)

Chatfield, John S. (person)

Elmore, Laura (person)

Frederick Douglass Junior High School (corporateBody)

Hanchette, Helen W. (person)

Riesenfeld, Stefan A. (person)

Mass. Society for Social Hygiene (corporateBody)

Juvenile Ct. of county Cuyahoga (corporateBody)

Swartz, Jacob (person)

International Catholic Child Bureau (corporateBody)

Kidd, A. M. (person)

Ford, Richard, 1796-1858 (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 38310 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001242.0x0003a1 Richard Ford, English art connoisseur and author of several books about Spain. From the description of Richard Ford manuscript material : 1 item, 1849 (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 218604844 From the guide to the Richard Ford manuscript material : 1 item, 1849, (The New York Public Library. Carl H. Pfo...

Brewster, Kingman, 1919-1988 (person)

Kingman Brewster was born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts on June 17, 1919. He received his undergraduate degree from Yale in 1941 and his law degree from Harvard in 1948. Brewster taught law at Harvard from 1949-1960. He served as provost of Yale from 1961-1963 and was president of Yale from 1963-1977. Brewster was U.S. ambassador to Great Britain from 1977-1981. Kingman Brewster died on November 8, 1988. From the description of Kingman Brewster personal papers, 1920-1989 (inclusive). ...

(Associated Charities (corporateBody)

Lyford, Katherine (person)

N.Y. Legislative Service (corporateBody)

San Francisco Community Chest (corporateBody)

Committee on Cooperation with National Associations (corporateBody)

Hosmer, Edward Everett (person)

Jacob, Thomas (person)

Hargan, James, Editor (person)

Goldstein, Ralph M. (person)

Buhl, John Palle (person)

Crowley, Michael H., Hon. (person)

Stoddard, George D. (person)

University of Thessaloniki (corporateBody)

The Jefferson Society (corporateBody)

Caldwell, E. J. (person)

Philco Radio and Television Corp. (Pennsylvania) (corporateBody)

Richman, Arthur (person)

Scott, H. D. (person)

Harvard Hillel Society (corporateBody)

Canham, Erwin D. (Erwin Dain), 1904-1982 (person)

Erwin Dain Canham (b. Feb. 13, 1904, Auburn, Me.-d. Jan. 13, 1982), a.k.a. Spike Canham, was a newspaper editor, radio and TV commentator, and government official with the U.S. Information Agency. He was editor of the Christian Science Monitor for nearly three decades. From the description of Canham, Erwin D. (Erwin Dain), 1904-1982 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10600164 ...

Mej, John Charles (person)

Jewett, Frank B. (Frank Baldwin), 1879-1949 (person)

Croly, Herbert David, 1869-1930 (person)

Croly was an American writer, the editor of the Agricultural Record, and the first editor of the New Republic in 1914. He remained editor at the New Republic until his death in 1930. From the description of Reviews of his books : clippings, 1909-1915. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612753166 Founder and editor of the NEW REPUBLIC. From the description of Letters to Charlotte Rudyard, 1914 May 13-Dec. 26. (Manchester City Library). WorldCat record id: 3...

Chicago Bar Association (corporateBody)

Hocevar, Donald L. (person)

Trotter, Michael H. (person)

Kohler, Charlotte (person)

Council of Social Agencies of Buffalo (corporateBody)

Rosenberg, Bernard (person)

Phillips, James H., 1940- (person)

Lipschitz, Chaim U., 1912- (person)

Klein, Arthur G. (person)

Wilner, Charles (person)

Reinhardt, James H. (person)

Knock, Franklin (person)

The Government Printing Office (corporateBody)

Dowd, J.E. (person)

Blaustein, Jacob (person)

Von Mehren, Arthur Taylor (person)

Sonnabend, A. M. (person)

Lewis, Harold. (person)

Harold Lewis was a leader in social work education in the United States. He received a master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work and his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lewis was a faculty member and director of social work schools at Nebraska, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. He was the second dean of the School of Social Work at Hunter College of the City University of New York (CUNY). During his tenure at Hunter College (1970-1990), Dr. Lewis dev...

Soong, Sally (person)

Moore, Frank, 1828-1904 (person)

Author, of New York, N.Y. From the description of Papers, 1865-1872. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 20019210 Editor and compiler of works on the Civil War. From the description of Frank Moore Civil War collection, 1861-1865. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58781630 Editor, member of the New-York Historical Society, and author and compiler of works on American historical and literary subjects; born in Concord, N...

Kross, Anna M. (Anna Moscowitz), 1891-1979 (person)

Prisoner in cell at Women's House of Detention, New York, May 2, 1956. Photograph by Jacona Anna Moscowitz was born in Nesheves Russia, July 17, 1891, daughter of Mayer and Esther (Drazen) Moscowitz. When Anna was two years old, the family immigrated to the United States to avoid religious persecution. They were desperately poor. Anna studied at Columbia University in 1907, worked in a factory, taught English to foreigners, and at night studied law on a scholarship. She...

Allen, J. W., Hon. (person)

Gilmore, J. P. (person)

Milton Fund (corporateBody)

Comptroller's Office, State House (corporateBody)

Creidenberg, Ruth (person)

Achauer, G. F. (person)

Carroll, Ruth (person)

Eller, Joseph Jordan, 1896- (person)

Morehead, Albert H. (Albert Hodges), 1909-1966 (person)

Kaplan, Maury (person)

Kassal, Bentley (person)

Dunbaugh, Harry J. (person)

Minot, Henry W. (person)

Alinsky, Saul David, 1909-1972 (person)

The Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), founded in Chicago in 1940, trains citizens to organize their own communities. In the 1950s and 1960s, the IAF organized in Chicago, Los Angeles, Buffalo, and Rochester. Later, it developed national training institutes, fostering a network of community organizations. Saul D. Alinsky (1909-1972) developed the IAF's principles of community organization and citizen participation, expressed in his books Reveille for Radicals (1946) and ...

Young, Paul Campbell, 1892-1991 (person)

Odum, Howard W. (person)

McDuffie, E. M. (person)

Women's City Club of Cincinnati (corporateBody)

Turner, Harold L. (person)

Reardon, Wilson (person)

Goodhart, Arthur, Prof. (person)

Kendall, Glenn M. (person)

Shallenberger, J. M. (person)

Langan, Lawrence L. (person)

Adler, Herman M. (Herman Morris), 1876-1935 (person)

Badger, Richard G. (person)

The Gorham Press, at this time located at 100 Charles St., Boston, published books at their authors' expense. The Gorham Press incorporated the business of Harold Vinal of New York in 1929. Badger was the proprietor of the Press. From the description of Richard G. Badger papers, 1917-1932 (inclusive), 1927-1929 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612196616 The Gorham Press, at this time located at 100 Charles St., Boston, published books at their authors' expen...

Mitchell, E. G (person)

Kauffman, Helene (person)

Pesciallo, George H. (person)

Lemke, Andrew (person)

Redl, Fritz (person)

Cohen, Neil J. (person)

Smith, Ralph, Hon. (person)

Lehman, Edith A. (Edith Altschul), 1889-1976 (person)

Edith Louise Altschul was born in San Francisco on August 8, 1889 to Charles and Camilla Altschul. Charles, a successful banker with Lazard Freres, moved the family to New York City in 1901. Edith attended Dr. Sach's Girls School and Miss Jacoby's School (now the Calhoun School) and took a nursing course after graduation. She met Herbert H. Lehman, a partner in the Lehman Brothers investment firm, at a picnic. They were married on April 28, 1910 and would have three children, Peter,...

Prof. Frank Taussig (person)

Wurtenberger, Thomas (person)

Adams, Marilyn L. (person)

Kern, Paul J. (person)

Gelb, Victor (person)

Henshaw, Paul S. (person)

Brown, Theodore H. (person)

Small, Richard (person)

Mather, Kirtley F., Prof. (person)

Lee, Porter R. (Porter Raymond), 1879-1946 (person)

Social worker, professor, and director (1917-1939) of the New York School of Social Work. From the description of Porter Raymond Lee papers, 1902-1939; 1958-1970. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 606937326 ...

Hale, William G. (William Green), 1881-1952 (person)

Blumgart, Herrman L. (person)

Davis, James P. (person)

McCabe, Hilton H. (person)

Terry, Charles Edward, 1878- (person)

Kugelmass, J. Alvin (person)

Chapin, Harold M. (person)

Youth Service Board (corporateBody)

Judge Baker Foundation (corporateBody)

Smith, Henry Clay, 1913-2005 (person)

Des Moines (Iowa) Child Guidance Center (corporateBody)

Hixenbaugh, Elinor R., Mrs. (person)

Smith, Reginald Heber, 1889-1966 (person)

Miller, Marion M. (person)

Cha, Yong Suk (person)

Pegasus Publishing Co. (corporateBody)

Fischer Verlag (person)

Sanders, Barkev S. (person)

Barkev Sanders was born Barkev Sandragortzian in Tagh, Shatach, Turkey to an Armenian family on July 2, 1903. His father was a teacher and a Protestant minister. Shortly after his birth, Sanders was taken to the city of Van, where he spent most of his childhood. In 1915, during the Turkish persecution of Armenians, Sanders and his family fled Turkey and relocated to Alkamar, Russian Armenia, where, also in 1915, both of his parents and two of his brothers died. Following his sojourn...

Bloomfield, Dorothy, Mrs. (person)

Falconer, B. L. (person)

Prague, Czechoslovakia (person)

Bonger, W. A., Prof. (person)

Works Progress Adm. of Denver (corporateBody)

Coe, Charles Francis, 1890-1956 (person)

Barron, Jennie (person)

Yonan Foundation, Inc. (corporateBody)

Wayne County Clinic for Child Study (corporateBody)

Morris, Albert, 1901- (person)

Resident of Linwood, N.J. From the description of Diary, 1872 Jan.-Dec. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70957945 Chairman of the Boston University Dept. of Sociology. From the description of Correspondence to Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1958. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 243693452 ...

Lattin, Norman Dunham, 1894- (person)

Taylor, Maurice, 1926- (person)

Dudley, A. W., M. D. (person)

Whiting, Herbert R. (person)

Waxter, Thomas J. S. (person)

White, P. B. (person)

L. Hall) (person)

Nobel Committee (corporateBody)

Lauritzen, Christian. (person)

Nieman Foundation (corporateBody)

Library, H. Law School (corporateBody)

Geers, Lester (person)

Zielonka, William, Dr. (person)

Parsons, Philip A. (Philip Archibald), 1879-1943 (person)

Ringrose, Hyacinthe, 1872-1946 (person)

Breen, Philip (person)

Special Commission on the Laws Relating to the Sentencing (corporateBody)

San Diego Academy for the Behavioral Sciences (corporateBody)

Bastin, Henley V. (person)

Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene (corporateBody)

University of Cambridge (England) (corporateBody)

Breeding, Lynne (person)

Roumell, George T., Jr. (person)

Pittsburgh, Dept. of Public Safety (corporateBody)

Harvard Univ. News Office in re Crime Survey (corporateBody)

Goldberg, Bernard I. (person)

Kaufer, Alvin H. (person)

Preston, C. R. (person)

Houghteling, James L. (James Lawrence), 1883- (person)

New Hampshire League of Women Voters (corporateBody)

Winer, P. Wolf (person)

Kelly, Patrick M. (person)

Loveland, Frank (person)

Harvard Club of Milwaukee. (corporateBody)

Glass, Walter (person)

College of Physicians (corporateBody)

Schachtel, Ernest G (person)

Hart, Mary (person)

K. J. Scudder (person)

Cambridge Social Dramatic Club (corporateBody)

Artman, J. M. (person)

Kirkendall, Lester A (person)

Hill, Arthur D. (person)

Office of War Information. (corporateBody)

Barnard, Ellsworth, 1907-2003 (person)

Professor. From the description of Papers, 1940-1966. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 36988138 ...

Weiffenbach, Milton (person)

Roosevelt, Curtis, 1930- (person)

Campbell, M. R. (person)

Howe, M. A. DeWolfe (person)

Schmidl, Fritz, 1897- (person)

Matsunaga, Spark M., 1916-1990 (person)

U.S. representative from Hawaii, 1963-1976; U.S. senator from Hawaii, 1977-1990. From the description of Senator Spark M. Matsunaga papers. (University of Hawaii at Manoa). WorldCat record id: 663397484 ...

National League of Women Voters (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Yawger, N. S., Dr. (person)

Shartel, Burke, 1889-1968 (person)

Professor of law at University of Michigan. From the description of Burke Woods Shartel papers, 1901-1959. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418524 Burke Woods Shartel was a member of the University of Michigan Law School faculty for thirty-eight years. Though he was born in Sedan, Kansas in 1889, he spent his childhood years in Oklahoma City. He studied literature and law as an undergraduate at the University of Michigan, earning a Bachelor of Art...

Gallant, Richard S. (person)

Fife, Effie M. (person)

Fitzgibbon, George F. (person)

Elkind, Henry B. (Henry Byron), 1893- (person)

National Committee on Public Education for Crime Control (corporateBody)

Lyons, Eugene (person)

Freeman, Harrop A. (Harrop Arthur), 1907-1993 (person)

Attorney, professor of law. Harrop Freeman graduated from Cornell University in 1929, received his LL.B. in 1930, and J.S.D. in 1945, and later taught at Cornell. In 1962 he ran for Congress from the 33rd District of New York, in which he was backed by the Liberal Party and Voters for Peaceful Alternatives. From the description of Harrop Arthur Freeman papers, 1962. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64074964 ...

Brodney, Spencer (person)

Formerly Leon Brodzky. Journalist and dramatist. From the description of Correspondence [manuscript]. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225756954 ...

Choate, Robert (person)

Avanzini, Carolyn, Mrs. (person)

New Jersey State Reformatory for Women (corporateBody)

Blanchard, Arthur F. (person)

State of Illinois, Dept. of Pub. Welfare, Springfield (corporateBody)

Cavalli, Ralph L. (person)

Zoline, Joseph T. (person)

Grosz, Hanns J. (person)

Bodwell, C. S. (person)

Simmonds, Martha F. (person)

Borys, John (person)

Webster, Elizabeth G. (person)

Beebe, Ralph A. (Ralph Alonzo), 1898- (person)

Galpin, Perrin C. (person)

Waite, John Barker, 1882- (person)

Professor of law at the University of Michigan. From the description of John Barker Waite papers, 1936-1959. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34420221 Graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and later professor of law. John Barker Waite was born in Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 14, 1882, the son of Richard and Alice Jane (Voris)Barker. He received an A.B. degree from Yale, 1905 and an LL.B. from the University of Michigan in 1907. He marr...

Julliard, Maurice (person)

Gemignani, Robert J. (person)

Nuvolone, Pietro (person)

Rosen, Irwin (person)

Foreman, Paul B. (person)

The Jewish National and University Library (corporateBody)

Cacioppo, Anthony J. (person)

American Crime Study Commission (corporateBody)

Merrill, Warren A. (person)

Margolin, A. D. (Arnolʹd Davidovich), 1877-1956 (person)

Arnold Margolin wrote screenplays for Hollywood studios including Walt Disney, Paramount, Universal Studios, ABC-TV, and NBC-TV. His works include "Love, American Style" (1969), "Mary Tyler Moore" (1972), "Private Benjamin" (1981), and "Wind at My Back" (1996). From the description of Arnold Margolin papers, 1965-1971. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 73352606 ...

Greening, J. A. (person)

Whiting, Royal G. (person)

Varennes, Pierre de (person)

Harvey, W. Clifford (person)

Brewer, A. C. (person)

Hagerty, J. E. (person)

Ranald, Ralph A. (person)

Crime Clinic (corporateBody)

American Jewish congress (corporateBody)

The American Jewish Congress was founded originally in 1918 by a group of Jewish American leaders as an umbrella structure for Jewish organizations to represent the American Jewish interests at the Peace Conference following the end of World War I. It was seen as a national parliamentary assembly representing all American Jews. Representatives to the Congress were selected by all major national Jewish organizations and delegates representing local communities were elected by some 35...

Robinson, G. H. (person)

Shelander, A. R. (person)

Hansen, Lorentz I. (person)

Nihan, George E. (person)

Belsheim, Edmund O. (person)

DesRosiers, C. E. (person)

Ormsby Village (corporateBody)

May, Max (person)

Miller, Nettie I. (person)

De Vabres, Donnedieu (person)

Beacon Press, The (corporateBody)

Rhine, J. B. (person)

(Court of Quarter Sessions (corporateBody)

Baumstein, David S. (person)


Maloney, Paul, M.Phil. (person)

Fink, Reuben (person)

Wessell Committee (corporateBody)

Gordon, Richard E. (person)

Auslander, Audrey (person)

B.C. School of Social Work (corporateBody)

Rasor, Ovid Ferguson (person)

Watson, Max (person)

National Youth Administration for Massachusetts (corporateBody)

Rome, Charles A. (person)

Blondeel, Jan L. J. (person)

Hart, Bernard, Dr. (person)

Barnes, Harry Elmer (person)

Warner, Arthur Cyrus, 1918-2007 (person)

Univ. Extension Classes (corporateBody)

Cohen, Louis H. (Louis Harold), 1906- (person)

Book dealer. From the description of Reminiscences of Louis Cohen : oral history, 1977. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309729438 ...

Sweet & Maxwell, Ltd. (corporateBody)

Edwards, William B. (person)

Argow, Walter W. (person)

Gray, Francis (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000982.0x00000b Title: 14th Baron Gray British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000471.0x000222 Francis Gray was born on 1 September 1765. He was the fourth son of John (1716-1782), 11th Lord Gray, and Margaret Blair, heiress of Kinfauns, Perthshire. His brothers Charles (1752-178...

Nat'l. Committee for Mental Hygiene (corporateBody)

Johnson, I. Ellis, Dean (person)

Stickney, Whitman G. (person)

Cox, Channing (person)

Lawler, John K. (person)

Brown, Larue (person)

Knudson, James (person)

Brown, Winifred, 1914 November 23- (person)

Levin, Herbert D. (person)

Kent, Irvin M. (person)

Dimmitt, Harrison S. (person)

Toops, Herbert A. (person)

Bennett, Dale E. (Dale Elmer), 1906- (person)

Blake, A. Mitchell (person)

Harap, Louis (person)

Leavitt, J. (person)

Skelton, F. B. (person)

Leighton, Isabel (person)

Campbell Memorial Fund (corporateBody)

Phillips, Martin W. (person)

Kiernan, F. (person)

American Liberal Ass'n. (corporateBody)

Bergstrand, Bergitta (person)

Celler, Emanuel, 1888-1981 (person)

Congressman. From the description of Reminiscences of Emanuel Celler : oral history, 1957. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481075 Emmanuel Celler was a Representative from New York. He was born in Brooklyn, NY and graduated from Columbia College in 1910 and Law school in 1912. His work in politics began during the first World War as an appeal agent on the draft board. His career in politics continues until 1975, he then returned to pract...

Neubauer, John C. (person)

Vogel, F. M. (person)

Wallace, Weldon (person)

GORDON, LOUIS J. (person)

School Committee of Boston (corporateBody)

North, D. C. (person)

Nagel, W. H. (person)

Reconstruction Finance Corp. (corporateBody)

Guzdar, Rutty A. (person)

Schachter, Esther Roditti (person)

Pekarsky, Maurice Bernard, 1905-1962 (person)

Gordon, Murray A. (person)

World Union of Organizations for the Safeguard of Youth (corporateBody)

Murphy, Frank, Hon. (person)

Kazze, Louis, Mrs. (person)

Gomberg, E. R. (person)

Breguet, Rene (person)

Lipsitt, Paul D. (person)

Children Memorial Clinic (corporateBody)

Gill, Howard B. (person)

Developed the experiment undertaken at the Massachusetts Dept. of Corrections state prison colony at Norfolk and served as superintendent there. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1920-1958. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 236170452 ...

Leibrock, John B. (person)

Lenhart, F. (person)

Rouček, Joseph S. (Joseph Slabey), 1902-1984 (person)

Rouček was a professor in the Political Science and Sociology department at Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y. He was at this time revising his book Our Racial and National Minorities and was also preparing a volume on Czechoslovakia. From the description of Correspondence to Franz Werfel, 1944. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864284 American sociologist and political scientist. From the description of Joseph Slabey Rouček papers, ...

Zalonis, John A., Jr. (person)

Penfield, Walter A. (person)

Cornell, Winston R. (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...

Angell, L. Gertrude (person)

Klinger, John H. (person)

Field, Henry (person)

Duke, Clesson M. (person)

American Ass'n. for Organizing Family Social Work (corporateBody)

Jefferson Society (corporateBody)

Phillips, William, 1907 November 14- (person)

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Brett, Peter (person)

Goldstein, Joseph (person)

I. N. Sonenshein) (person)

Haynes Foundation (corporateBody)

Williams, Frankwood E. (Frankwood Earl), 1883- (person)

Blount, D. Perry (person)

Stanley, R. L. (person)

O'Neill, A. A (person)

Hindman, Dan C., Rev. (person)

Hoffman, Richard C. (person)

National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement. (corporateBody)

Bruggen, Conrad van der (person)

Vanderbilt, Arthur (person)

Library, Harvard University (corporateBody)

Mühl, Anita M. (Anita Mary), 1886-1952 (person)

Park, Charlotte (person)

Sociology, Department of (corporateBody)

Guggenheim Foundation. (corporateBody)

Federal Jewish Charities of Boston and N.Y.C. (corporateBody)

Gary, Holland M. (person)

Amborn, L. W. (person)

International Institute of Boston. (corporateBody)

One of fifty such organizations throughout the United States, the International Institute of Boston was part of a national movement within the YWCA to serve the urban immigrant community. The Boston International Institute had its inception in 1923, and opened in 1924. It was described as a "Service Bureau for Foreign-Speaking People". Through case, group, and community work the staff sought to provide information, education, personal service, and assembly to its clients. ...

Delinquency Control Institute (corporateBody)

Warren, Marjory C. (person)

New Jersey Prison Officers Training School (corporateBody)

Brown, Charles L. (person)

Shea, Frederic L. (person)

Mahoney, John J. (person)

Federated Jewish Charities of Boston. (corporateBody)

Kiernan, Frank (person)

Rutgers School of Law (corporateBody)

Hackworth, Earl (person)

Espy, Herbert G. (person)

New Jersey Reformatory (corporateBody)

Terrizzi, Matthew J. (person)

Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic (corporateBody)

Dept. of Justice (corporateBody)

American Youth Commission of the American Council of Education (corporateBody)

Bodwell, Charles S. (person)

Crowell, Charles A. (person)

Hill, Jim, 1931- (person)

Mouret, M. P. (person)

White, Eva W. (person)

Hagan, J. H. (person)

Pollmann, Armin (person)

Rosenbluth, Robert (person)

Giblin, J, J. (person)

Gooding, C. W. (person)

Kefauver, Estes, 1903-1963 (person)

Senator. From the description of Reminiscences of Estes Kefauver : oral history, 1957. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122419842 Estes Kefauver was a long-time senator from Tennessee and an unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for president. From the description of Personal papers, 1934-1939 (University of Tennessee). WorldCat record id: 44918282 Carey Estes Kefauver (b. July 26, 1903, Monroe Count...

Walsh, Edmund A (person)

Edley, Christopher F. (person)

Hurwitz, Jacob (person)

College of the City of New York (1926-1961) (corporateBody)

Mass. Society for Aiding Discharged Persons (corporateBody)

Hamilton, A. Gordon (person)

Thurston, Henry W. (person)

Norman, H. E. (person)

Austern, H. Thomas (person)

Funk, Charles Earle, 1881-1957 (person)

DeBaer, Marcel (person)

Fortas, Abe (person)

Abe Fortas was born in 1910 in Memphis, Tennessee, to a working-class Orthodox Jewish family. He was educated in Memphis's public schools, and became well known locally playing the violin in a number of bands. He left high school early and enrolled at Southwestern College at Memphis, a school affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, from which he graduated first in his class in 1930. A leading Memphis family in the Jewish community, with connections to the Yale Law School, provided ...

Chaffetz, Hammond E. (person)

Siskind, Lawrence A. (person)

Kaufman, Rhoda (person)

Kottler, Harry (person)

Wittpenn, Caroline B., Mrs. (person)

Inter-Allied Information Center (corporateBody)

Kerker, Philip (person)

American Birth Control League, Inc. (corporateBody)

Guerry, Alexander (person)

Watts, Shelley (person)

Maeder, L. M. A. (person)

Anderson, William H., Jr. (person)

Wynn, S. J. Hugo (person)

Kelleher, D. J. (person)

Kennedy, Robert T. (person)

Internat. Ass'n. of Chiefs of Police (corporateBody)

Hassan, Sana Mahmoud (person)

Mayo, Leonard W. (person)

Affiliated with the New York School of Social Work. Interested in juvenile delinquency. From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1934. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 243693339 ...

Schlesinger, Arthur, Prof. (person)

Maguire, John MacArthur, 1888- (person)

Lawyer, educator, legal scholar. A.B., Colorado Coll., LL.D., 1949, LL.B., Harv., 1911. Attorney and partner, Hale & Dorr, 1911-1923; counsel, 1957-1973. Prof. of law, Harv. L. School, 1923-1950, Royall Prof. of Law, 1950-1957; Emeritus, 1957-1978. Major teaching fields: taxation, evidence. Consulting expert, U.S. Treasury Dept., 1938, 1943. Assistant reporter, A.L.E. Code of Evidence, 1939-1942. Author of casebooks and articles in evidence and taxation. From the description of P...

Murtaugh, John M. (person)

Lewis, L. (person)

Burnham, A. C. (person)

Boston School Committee. (corporateBody)

Rice, Guy V. (person)

Van de Wall, William, Dr. (person)

Ohio League of Women Voters (corporateBody)

Nashville Boys' Club (corporateBody)

Elliott, W. Yandel, Prof. (person)

Ryback, Joseph (person)

Lewis, David, Mrs. (person)

Wood, Arthur L. (person)

State of New York, State Hospital Commission (corporateBody)

Brown, Muriel (person)

Elmore, L. (person)

Thot, Ladislas (person)

Madison, C. A. (person)

Hamel, Rodolphe (person)

Rutherford, Robert (person)

Egbert, George Drew (person)

Commonwealth of Mass. - Dept. of Public Health (corporateBody)

Swain, Doris D. (person)

Bradley, C. F. (person)

Creel, George, 1876-1953 (person)

Creel served as chairman of the United States Committee on Public Information. From the description of Correspondence of George Creel [manuscript], 1917-1918. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647838807 Author, editor, and U.S. government official. From the description of George Creel papers, 1857-1953 (bulk 1896-1953). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980042 Commissioner, Golden Gate International Exposition. From the description...

Miles, Frankland W. L., Justice (person)

NY School of Soc.Work) (corporateBody)

Neumeyer, Martin H. (Martin Henry), 1892- (person)

Thayer, W. N. (person)

Ramsdell, S. M. (person)

Furman, Lee (person)

Santa Claus Ass'n. (corporateBody)

McDonnell, John J. (John Joseph), 1931- (person)

Meagher, John H. (person)

Jackson, Gardner (person)

Kerr, W. J. (person)

Shayon, Robert Lewis. (person)

American author, and writer, producer, and director for radio, television, and films. From the description of Robert Lewis Shayon collection, [19--]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70969796 ...

Lander, Bernard (person)

Glen Mills Schools (corporateBody)

Harcourt, Brace & Co., Inc. (corporateBody)

Medalie, George Z. (George Zerdin), 1883- (person)

New York lawyer. From the description of Scrapbooks, 1931-1945. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122575386 ...

Ebaugh, Franklin G., 1921- (person)

New Jersey Dept. Institutions and Agencies (corporateBody)

Stiles, William, Mr. & (person)

Lund, Harald H. (person)

Nutter, George R. (person)

Stone, Sylvia (person)

Atwood, Frank Ely, 1878-1943 (person)

University of Wisconsin (corporateBody)

The University of Wisconsin-Extension promotes continuing education and lifelong learning by providing statewide access to university resources and research to the people of Wisconsin. Its four divisions are continuing education; cooperative extension; entrepreneurship and economic development; and broadcast and media innovations. From the guide to the University of Wisconsin Extension Program Reports, 1960-1969, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) ...

Tippy, Worth M. (Worth Marion), 1867- (person)

Popkin, Louis (person)

Pennsylvania Mental Hygiene Committee (corporateBody)

Carl Panzram, prisoner) (person)

Hitchcock, George (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000626.0x000084 ...

Massachusetts Council on Crime and Correction. (corporateBody)

American Institute of Religion (corporateBody)

Nugent, James E. (person)

New York Public Library (corporateBody)

The New York Pubic Library purchased Arthur A. Schomburg's collection of books, pamphlets, prints and photographs in 1926 with funds from the Carnegie Corporation and housed at the 135th Street Branch Library of The New York Public Library. L. Hollingsworth Wood was appointed in 1925 by the Board of Trustees of The New York Public Library to purchase and provide guidelines for the Schomburg Collection of Negro Literature. Members of the Advisory Committee of the Arthur A. Schomburg Collection, i...

Goldman, Mayer C., 1874-1939 (person)

Winizky, Ignacio (person)

Bongiovanni, Joseph N., 1944- (person)

Stone, J. R. (person)

Prince, Morton, 1854-1929 (person)

Prince (Harvard, M.D. 1879) was clinical instructor in diseases of the nervous system at Harvard Medical School from 1895 to 1898 and associate professor of abnormal and dynamic psychology at Harvard College from 1926 to 1928. He studied in Vienna and Strasbourg following graduation from medical school and on beginning practice in Boston was first associated with the Boston Dispensary (1882-1886), then with Boston City Hospital's Neurological Department (1885-1913). He was professor of nervous d...

Harris, Lewis, 1964- (person)

Pokross, David R. (person)

Evans, Dorothy (person)

Cass, E. R. (person)

Copeland, R. S. (person)

Rochester Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (corporateBody)

Piccott, Howard Bartlett (person)

Janney, James C. (person)

Margolis, Dora (person)

Urick, Blanche Williams, Mrs. (person)

International Committee for Mental Hygiene (corporateBody)

White, Florence (person)

American Council on Public Affairs (corporateBody)

Pill, Hyman (person)

Chapin, F. Stuart (person)

Plimpton, Oakes Ames (person)

Menninger, Karl A. (Karl Augustus), 1893-1990 (person)

Noted psychiatrist, co-founder of the Menninger Clinic (Topeka, Kan.), author; of Topeka. From the description of Karl A. Menninger papers, [not after 1930-ca. 1963]. (Kansas State Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 692811215 Psychiatrist and author. Died 1990. From the description of Karl A. Menninger correspondence, 1958. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984319 ...

Palmer, Briggs S., Dr. (person)

Mitchell, W. K. (person)

Fink, Arthur E. (Arthur Emil), 1903- (person)

Roberts, L. S. (person)

office of the president, Howard University (corporateBody)

Clapp, Mary A. (person)

Comm. of the Arts & Sciences for Eisenhower) (corporateBody)

Kilgore, Grace E. (person)

Babcock, F. Lawrence (Franklin Lawrence), 1905-1960 (person)

Coleman, John, Jr. (person)

Krantz, Sheldon, 1938- (person)

Emanuel M. Abrahamson Foundation for Research in Hypoglycemia (corporateBody)

Timasheff, N. S. (person)

Fuller, M. V. (person)

Pathfinders of America, Inc. (corporateBody)

Grenier, Julie (person)

Louchheim, J. H. (person)

Cahn, J. I. (person)

Lhamon, Deborah (person)

Wells, F. L. (person)

Davidson, Maurice P., 1879-1956 (person)

Miranda, Teodoro Gonzales (corporateBody)

Meyer, Adolf (person)

Finn, Allan (person)

NYU School of Law) (corporateBody)

Gilkison, Gerold (person)

Ressanen, Anna A., Mrs. (person)

Seasongood, Agnes (person)

Karelsen, Frank E. (person)

Prager, Jacob (person)

Galenson, Walter, 1914-1999 (person)

Egri, Lajos, 1888-1967 (person)

Egri Lajos (1888-1967) was born in Eger, Hungary and came to the United States in 1908. He was a playwright for the Hungarian radical theater in New York City at the end of World War II, founder in the mid-1930s of the Egri school of writing, and author of The Art of Creative Writing and other works on writing. Many of Egri's plays were printed in Elöre, the magazine of the Hungarian Federation of the Socialist Party, and were performed by small theater groups affiliated with the Hungarian sect...

Poe, Leon (person)

Steuart, W. M. (person)

Raymond, Howard (person)

Kaufman, George S. (George Simon), 1889-1961 (person)

George Simon Kaufman (November 16, 1889 - June 2, 1961) was a playwright, director, producer, humorist, and drama critic noted for his many collaborations with other writers and his contributions to 20th century American comedy. His most successful solo script was The Butter and Egg Man, 1925. As a collaborator, Kaufman was prolific: with Marc Connelly he wrote Merton of the Movies, Dulcy, and Beggar on Horseback; with Ring Lardner he wrote June Moon; with Edna Ferber he wrote The Royal Family, ...

Saxe, John Godfrey, 1816-1887 (person)

American poet. From the description of Letter [manuscript], 1871, Albany, New York, to [James Ripley] Osgood. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647823406 John Godfrey Saxe (June 2, 1816 - 1887) was an American poet perhaps best known for his parable, "The Blindmen and the Elephant."He was mentioned several times in "The Penultimate Peril.", along with his most famous poem. He was described as an American humorist poet of the nineteenth cenury.Biographical Source:...

Kooner, Joseph (person)

Galassi, Gerard G. (person)

Drury, Francis K. W. (Francis Keese Wynkoop), 1878-1954 (person)

The Harvard League, London (corporateBody)

Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee (corporateBody)

The Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee (JAFRC) emerged in 1941superseding several earlier committees and organizations that had been developed to secure humanitarian aid for refugees of the Spanish Civil War. Along with providing humanitarian aid, the JAFRC was “dedicated to the rescue and relief of thousands of anti-fascist fighters trapped in Vichy France, and North Africa so that they [could] return to the active fight against the Axis.” Dr. Edward Barsky, leader of American me...

Freeman, Alwyn (person)

Nichoff, Carrie (person)

Sachs, David C. (person)

Bangratz, Alice (person)

Huntington, Henry Strong, 1836-1920 (person)

Congregational clergyman; served in New Hampshire, Illinois, Maine, and Massachusetts; graduate of Yale. From the description of General Conference of the Congregational Churches of Maine, 1881. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 299767474 Henry Strong Huntington was born in upstate New York on 15 July 1836. He was the son of Oliver Huntington and Mary Strong. Henry went on to become a Presbyterian minister, serving in various areas of the country, but m...

Gould, Arthur J. (person)

Johnston, Neal (person)

Scofield, Glenn E. (person)

Witmer, Helen Leland (person)

Helen Leland Witmer was born in Lansford, Pennsylvania. She earned her B.A. from Dickinson College in 1919, and her M.A. from the University of Wisconsin in 1923. She did post doctoral work at the London School of Economics and went on to receive a certificate of social work from Bryn Mawr College in 1924. After working as a high school teacher in Pennsylvania, a statistician in the Massachusetts Division of Corrections, and as Assistant Professor of Sociology at the Uni...

Sup't. Boys' Club of Lynn (corporateBody)

Seeman, Ernest (person)

Haeussermann, Else (person)

Massachusetts. Executive Department (corporateBody)

Trowbridge, Calvin D., jr. (person)

Jedel, Celeste (person)

Sarafite, Joseph (person)

Norfolk State Prison (corporateBody)

Freeman, H. A., Prof. (person)

Bureau of Prisons (corporateBody)

Holmes, Joseph L. (person)

Birnbaum, Ernst, Dr. (person)

New York Life Insurance Company (corporateBody)

New York, New York. From the description of Records, 1876. (State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives). WorldCat record id: 17869157 ...

Berens, W. M. (person)

Alford, Smith, Mrs. (person)

O'Brien, Joseph J. (person)

McKay, Frank J. (person)

Reformatory for Women) (corporateBody)

Argus Press Clipping Bureau. (corporateBody)

Abbott, Grace (person)

Lions Clubs Association (corporateBody)

Nagendran, C. (person)

Brown, Melvin W. (person)

Vanderbilt University. School of Law (corporateBody)

Hall, Livingston, Prof. (person)

Stroman, James H. (person)

Thom, Douglas (person)

Early, Eleanor. (person)

Journalist and author. Early was born in Newton, MA in 1895. She became a correspondent for several publications, and also contributed articles to magazines. In addition, Early produced a number of books. Much of her work deals with travel, cooking and social etiquette. She died in 1969. From the description of Eleanor Early papers, 1917-1969. (Boston College). WorldCat record id: 32482222 ...

Wood, Iris L. (person)

Gartrell, L. T., Miss (person)

National Council on Crime and Delinquency (corporateBody)

Kellett, Howard P. (person)

Oregon State System of Higher Education (corporateBody)

The University of Oregon was created by an act of the Oregon Legislature in 1872. In 1876, the Legislature passed an act to "Provide for the Support and Government of the University of Oregon." Section 2 of that act vested the government of the University in a nine-person Board of Regents. In 1929, the Legislature established the State Department of Higher Education and invested it with the power previously held by the individual Boards of Regents at all Oregon universities. Some of the function...

Juvenile Detention Home (corporateBody)

International Prison Congress (corporateBody)

Munk, Marie (person)

Smith, Mildred C. (person)

Seher, Irving J. (person)

Commission to study the organization of peace (corporateBody)

The founding of this organization was sponsored by the American Association of University Women, the American Union for Concerted Peace Efforts, the Church Peace Union, the League of Nations Association and the World Citizens Association. It studied the fundamental bases of lasting peace from political, economic, and social angles. The Commission became a research affiliate of the American Assoiciation for the United Nations after its founding in 1945. From the description of Collect...

Tolman, Edgar B. (person)

Lucas, Margaret E. (person)

Powdermaker, Florence, 1894-1966 (person)

Kean, A. W. G. (person)

McCammond, Donald B. (person)

Ely, Robert Coleman (person)

Lovejoy, Arthur O. (Arthur Oncken), 1873-1962 (person)

Epithet: Professor of John Hopkins University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000974.0x000256 Arthur O. Lovejoy was a philosopher and historian of ideas. He died in Baltimore in 1962. From the description of Arthur O. Lovejoy papers, 1872-1963. (Johns Hopkins University). WorldCat record id: 49311041 ...

Springer, Gertrude (person)

Hans Weis .. . (person)

Hodder, Jessie D., Mrs. (person)

Komora, Paul O. (person)

Speare, Morris Edmund, 1884-1974 (person)

University of Michigan. Extension service (corporateBody)

See the history in finding aid for Extension Service (University of Michigan) records. From the guide to the Extension Service (University of Michigan) publications, 1911-1996, (Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan) University of Michigan unit established to coordinate loan of library materials to high schools and various local organizations, and to supplement the program of the Extension Service. From the description of Library Extension Service (U...

Bane, Charles A., 1913- (person)

Charles A. Bane (1913- ), a public utilities and antitrust lawyer, joined the Chicago, Illinois firm of Isham, Lincoln & Beale in 1953. From 1960-1966 he participated in the federal price-fixing cases against some 25 manufacturers of electical power generating and transmission equipment, including General Electric, Westinghouse, Allis-Chalmers, and I-T-E Circuit Breaker Company. The cases involved almost 2,000 separate lawsuits, 35 different court jurisdictions and nearly a half billion doll...

Council on Social Work Education (corporateBody)

Formed in 1952, the Council formulates criteria and standards for all levels of social work education, accredits graduate schools of social work, provides service on curriculum development and teaching methodologies, publishes teaching materials, conducts research, and compiles data on social work education. From the description of Council on Social Work Education : [microfilm], 1930-1963. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63300134 From the guide to...

Hack, William (person)

Lincoln House Ass'n. (corporateBody)

Jones, Howard M. (Howard Michael) (person)

Raithel, Ernst (person)

Eklund, Robert (person)

Douglas Hospital (corporateBody)

State College of Washington (corporateBody)

Clarence Darrow) (person)

Perkins, John Forbes, 1878- (person)

Carroll, Denis, Dr. (person)

Brown, Frederick W. (person)

Leatherok Floors Inc. (corporateBody)

Societe Internationale de Defense Sociale (corporateBody)

Massachusetts State Farm, Bridgewater (corporateBody)

Blacksten, S. (person)

State of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations, Pub. Welfare Comm. (corporateBody)

O'Reilly, Archer, Jr. (person)

Barr, David Samuel, 1956- (person)

McGraw-Hill Book Co. (corporateBody)

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

Leader, Arthur L. (person)

Kurtz, Russell H. (Russell Harold), 1890-1974 (person)

Casner, A.James (person)

O'Gorman, Alice (person)

Federal Emergency Relief Admin. (corporateBody)

Nagle, J. Stewart (James Stewart), 1889- (person)

Nichols, M.S. (person)

Davis, George B. (person)

Cook, Walter (person)

Epithet: Canon of Lincoln British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000445.0x0000ca Epithet: merchant, of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000445.0x0000cb Epithet: Writer to the Signet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_10000...

Kelly, Hugh J (person)

Mayer, Herbert C. (person)

The City University of New York (corporateBody)

SAND, RENE (person)

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Basic Books (Firm) (corporateBody)

Cohen, B. (person)

Karnowsky, Morris (person)

Rappaport, George (person)

Aronson, Moses (person)

Hyman, Lester S. (person)

Marshall, James (person)

James Marshall was born October 10, 1942, in San Antonio, Texas to George E., an insurance salesman, and Cecille Harrison Marshall. Initially interested in music, he studied viola at the New England Conservatory of Music, 1960-1961, until nerve damage in his hand forced him to quit. Marshall also attended Southern Connecticut State College (B.A., 1967) and Trinity College (1967-1968). In addition, he worked as a French and Spanish teacher at Cathedral High School in Boston, MA (1968...

Galey, Thomas M. (person)

Brockton (Mass.), The College Club of (corporateBody)

BU School of Education (corporateBody)

Rogers, Kenneth H. (person)

Biddle, Francis, 1886-1968 (person)

Francis Beverley Biddle (1886-1968) was a graduate of Groton and Harvard. After Harvard Law School he served for one year as secretary to Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. A practicing attorney in Philadelphia for twenty-five years, Biddle was named the first chairman of the National Labor Relations Board in 1934, filling the post for one year. In 1939, Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him judge of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. In 1940, he was appointed Solicitor General of the U...

MacCormick, A. H. (person)

Holt, Earl K. (person)

Riggs, Benjamin C. (person)

Perkins, Rollin M. (person)

Garrett, Ruby D. (person)

Arpan, F. (person)

Children's Protective Association (corporateBody)

Kann, Robert, Dr. (person)

Goldman, Meyer H. (person)

Weiss, Victor (person)

Meleski, Anthony P. (person)

Berry, George Leonard, 1882-1948 (person)

Berry served on whaling ships in the South Atlantic prior to the Civil War. He enlisted into the 5th Maine Infantry and participated in the Seven Days' Battle, 1862. From the description of Papers, 1857-1864. (Auburn University). WorldCat record id: 43641698 Senator from Tennessee. President of the International Pressmen and Assistants' Union of North America from 1907 to 1948. From the guide to the George L. Berry letter to Abraham Mandelstam, 1938, (The New Yor...

Hirsch, David Einhorn (person)

American Medico-Legal Association (corporateBody)

Penniman, C. (person)

Duke University (corporateBody)

Huling, Alice B. (person)

Meili, Ernest J. (person)

(Superior Court (corporateBody)

Kennedy, E. Russell (person)

Freeport, Inc. (corporateBody)

BLATT, WILLIAM M. (person)

Dow, Grove Samuel (person)

Rogers, Carl (person)

Schmalhausen, Samuel D. (Samuel Daniel), 1890- (person)

Proskauer, Joseph H., Hon. (person)

Russell Sage foundation (corporateBody)

The Russell Sage Foundation was established in 1907 by Margaret Olivia Sage "for the improvement of social conditions in the United States..." A pioneer in the developing field of social work, the Foundation set standards for the development of both theory and practice. From the description of Records, 1907-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 154270047 ...

Wason, Elise (person)

Katzenstein, N. G., Dr. (person)

Thompson, Bo (person)

McGinn, Walter J., Rev. (person)

Hettrick, Elwood (person)

Edison, Charles (person)

Ogden, D. A. (person)

Sachs, Paul (person)

Boston Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Bigelow, Harry A. (Harry Augustus), 1874-1950 (person)

The task of initiating an official Law Review at the University of Chicago was first undertaken in 1933 by William Quinlan, Robert Lee Shapiro, and Graydon Megan. With the support of Dean Harry Bigelow, the journal became the university’s official Law Review. Student members of volume one, published in 1933, included Edward Levi, Stanley Kaplan, and Abraham Ribicoff. The Law Review has been in continuous publication since, and serves as a forum for professors, judges, practitioners, and students...

Morris, Dave (person)

UP Associations (corporateBody)

Fox, Vernon Brittain, 1916- (person)

Sheehan, Murray (person)

Eastman, H. L. (person)

Sack, Alexander N. (Alexander Nahum), 1890-1955 (person)

Russian-born American lawyer and author. From the guide to the Alexander N. Sack papers, 1940-1947, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Sack, i.e. Aleksandr Naumovich Zak, was a Russian lawyer who came to New York after the 1917 revolution. From the description of Aleksandr Naumovich Zak Papers, 1917-1952. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 320410251 ...

Newman, Lawrence (person)

Allen, Robert M (person)

Gernsback, H. (person)

Dublin, Louis I. (person)

Russell, O. (person)

Oursler, Fulton, 1893-1952 (person)

Writer and editor. From the description of Scrapbooks, [ca. 1900-1953] (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155482449 ...

Seamans, Herbert L. (person)

American Farm Bureau Federation (corporateBody)

Wales, Ralph (person)

Higgins, Henry A. (person)

Nixon, Richard Milhous, President (person)

Chamber of Commerce of the USA, Washington (corporateBody)

Blades, Leslie Burton (person)

Martland, H. S. (person)

Harvard University, Widener Library (corporateBody)

Florence Crittenden League of Compassion (corporateBody)

Heyer, H. E. (person)

Miller, Justin (person)

Erskine, Harry E. (person)

Devlin, Arthur E. (person)

Gov. of Illinois) (corporateBody)

Wahl, Palmer (person)

Foreman, P. B. (person)

Vernon, Lillian, Sec. (person)

Johnson, Kenneth D. (person)

Ford foundation (corporateBody)

Philanthropic organization established in 1936 by Henry and Edsel Ford from profits of the Ford Motor Company. From the description of Grant files, [ca. 1936-1986]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155532303 ...

Abbott, E. Stanley, M. D. (person)

Sorg, Enid (person)

McEntegart, Bryan J., 1893-1968 (person)

Bishop of the Diocese of Ogdensburg from 1943-1953. From the description of Papers, 1944-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155468442 ...

Goldberg, W. Abraham (person)

Newell, J. P., Mrs. (person)

Sturz, Herbert (person)

Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College (corporateBody)

The Bureau of International Research was established in 1924 through a grant to Harvard University and Radcliffe College from the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial. The grant was given to promote research in the field of international relations. From the description of Records of the Bureau of International Research, 1924-1958 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972559 The Bureau, funded by the Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial (1924-1942) and administ...

Babson Institute of Business Administration (corporateBody)

Hobson, R. P. (person)

John Holmes Offley, the son of David Offley and Mary Ann Greer Offley, was born at Brooke Court-House, Virginia on 13 October 1802.  Educated in Philadelphia, he first traveled to Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey in 1815 where his father, David Offley, had established the first American commercial firm, Woodmans and Offley, in the Levant.  John Holmes Offley later entered into a commercial partnership at Trieste with his brother Richard Jones Offley (Richard & John Holmes Offley Co.).  He...

Sandberg, Harry O. (person)

Ogburn, William Fielding, 1886-1959 (person)

Of the Social Science Research Council (U.S.). From the description of Correspondence from Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1930. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 243693252 Sociologist. B.S., Mercer College, 1905. A.M., Columbia University, 1909; Ph. D., 1912. Professor of sociology and economics, Reed College, 1912-17; professor of sociology, University of Washington, 1917-18; professor of sociology, Columbia University, 1919-27. Professor of sociology, Unive...

N.E. Watch & Ward Soc. (corporateBody)

Marin, Paul J. (person)

Graeber, Don E. (person)

Craigmyle, Alexander Shaw,, Baron, 1883- (person)

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Isaacs, Stanley M. (Stanley Myer), 1882-1962 (person)

Lawyer, politician. From the description of Reminiscences of Stanley M. Isaacs : oral history, 1950. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309739933 From the description of Reminiscences of Stanley M. Isaacs : oral history, 1955. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481324 BIOGHIST REQUIRED Columbia A.B. 1903, A.M. 1904. Lawyer and municipal official. President Borough of Manhattan January 1938 - December...

Groves, H. M. (person)

Orthopsychiatric Ass'n. (corporateBody)

Simon, Manfred. (person)

Campbell, Ruth E... (person)

Child Study Ass'n. of America (corporateBody)

Wilson, David H. (person)

Mowrer, O. Hobart (person)