Roscoe Pound papers


Roscoe Pound papers


Includes material pertaining to Pound's participation in the Boston and Cleveland crime surveys (1920's), as a member of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement or Wickersham Commission (1929-1931), as a member of the American Bar Association and with various Masonic chapters, and as advisor to the Ministry of Justice in Nanking, China (1940's). Also two typed, bound journals recounting camping trips in West Virginia and to Civil War battlefields (1898, 1912-1917).

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Epithet: alias derman of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000613.0x00032e Epithet: Smuggler British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000445.0x0000c9 Epithet: late of Codnor, yeoman British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000978.0x000076 Epithet: of Add ...

Walrod, Claude D. (person)

Levy-Ullmann, Henri (person)

Warne, Colston E. (Colston Estey), 1900-1987 (person)

Economist. From the description of Reminiscences of Colston E. Warne : oral history, 1971-1981. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 269254307 Warne, professor of economics at Amherst College, was the first president of Consumers Union, holding office from 1936 to 1980. From the description of Papers, 1910-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155541379 ...

Tracy, Chapman, and Welles (corporateBody)

New York Community Trust (corporateBody)

Rockefeller, John D., Jr. (John Davison), 1874-1960 (person)

Epithet: philanthropist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000698.0x000032 Rufus Ivory Cole served as the the director and physician-in-charge (1909-1937) of the Hospital of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, the first hospital in the United States devoted primarily to the investigation of disease. Cole's medical research centered on problems relating to immunity to diseases of the respiratory system,...

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 ...

Walter White (person)

Hough, Arthur E. (person)

Rinaker, Samuel M. (person)

Boit, Dalton (person)

Lohman, Joseph D. (Joseph Dean), 1910-1968 (person)

Joseph Lohman was born in New York City on January 31, 1910 and served as Professor of Criminology and Dean of the University of California, Berkeley, School of Criminology from 1961 until his death in 1968. A graduate of the University of Denver (B.A. 1931) and University of Wisconsin (M.A. 1932), he served on the faculty of the University of Chicago, worked for the Illinois Institute of Juvenile Research, and was elected Sheriff for Cook County, Illinois, among other positions, before joining ...

Ehrenzweig, Albert. (person)

Dana, Harry (person)

Brandeis Centennial Commision (corporateBody)

Stewart, William Scott, 1825-1893 (person)

Tumulty, J. P. (person)

Barbour, Clarence A. (Clarence Augustus), 1867-1937 (person)

Tenth President of Brown University, 1929-1937; Baptist clergy. Graduated from Brown in 1888. From the description of Clarence A. Barbour papers, 1923-1943, (bulk 1926-1936). (Brown University). WorldCat record id: 86167724 Clarence Augustus Barbour was born in Hartford, Connecticut on April 21, 1867 to Judge Humphrey and Myra Barker Barbour. After attending Hartford High School, Barbour entered Brown University in 1882. While a student ...

Dahm, E. F. (person)

Worcester, Alfred (person)

Epithet: MD; of Massachusetts British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000439.0x000257 Worcester graduated from Harvard in 1878 and taught hygiene at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Alfred Worcester, ca. 1930-ca. 1950 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973227 Worcester (1855-1951) (Harvard, M.D. 1883) was Henry Kemble Oliver Professor of Hygiene at Harvard Medical Sc...

Dennison, Henry S. (Henry Sturgis), 1877-1952 (person)

Manufacturer of paper goods. A.B. Harvard, 1899. Entered the family business, Dennison Manufacturing Company, Framingham, Mass., becoming president of the firm in 1917. An early advocate of scientific management, industrial relations techniques, unemployment insurance, and profit-sharing. From the description of Papers, 1900-1952 (inclusive). (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 229894254 Henry Sturgis Dennison (1877-1952) was a prominent businessman, ...

Cox, Joyce. (person)

Dainow, Joseph, 1906- (person)

Yamaguchi, Tazako (person)

Miles, Sherman, 1882-1966 (person)

Sherman Miles was a United States military attache to Turkey. From the description of The Sherman Miles papers, 1924-1925. (US Army, Mil Hist Institute). WorldCat record id: 47135380 ...

Smith, Mrs. Arthur (person)

Størmer, Per, 1907- (person)

Raghavier, N. (person)

Tabor, Edward O. (person)

Hankin, Gregory (person)

Wigmore, John Henry, 1863-1943 (person)

Wigmore was a professor of law at Northwestern University and Dean of Faculty of Law from 1901-1929, as well as a prolific author. From the description of Letters, 1926, 1940. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 235928469 John Henry Wigmore was born March 4, 1863, at San Francisco, California, one of several children of John and Harriet (Joyner) Wigmore. John Henry Wigmore, called Harry by his parents, received his early education at San Francisco'...

New York Real Estate Securities Exchange (corporateBody)

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...

Welch, Murray D. (person)

Warden, Lewis Christopher (person)

Lawyer, legal editor, author. Warden received his bachelor's degree from Ohio State University in 1934, and a law degree from Harvard University in 1937, converted to a juris doctorate in 1969. He entered private practice in Columbus, Ohio in 1938, and was later Common Pleas Judge in Gallia County. In 1950 he began employment as a writer and later as an editor for the Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Company of Rochester, New York, and continued until his retirement in 197...

De Jarnette, A. Lyle (person)

Connerly, F. T. (person)

Lyons, Roger (person)

Macmillan company (corporateBody)

The Macmillan Company was founded in 1869 as a branch in New York City of the British firm of Macmillan & Co., Ltd. of London. The company became autonomous in 1896 but the British firm maintained close ties and a strong financial interest in the company. The Macmillan Company attracted major American authors and published a wide variety of fiction, non-fiction, textbooks, reference works, and children's books. George Platt Brett, Jr. who became Macmillan's president in 1931, arranged for th...

Townsend, Dallas S. (person)

China Emergency Committee (corporateBody)

Henry, R. L. (Robert Lee), 1864-1931 (person)

Schwarz, Carl, 1812-1885 (person)

Biographical Research Bureau (corporateBody)

United Nations League of Lawyers (corporateBody)

Van Kan, J. (person)

Younce, Major L. (person)

Merril, Maurice H. (person)

Shapley, Harlow, 1885-1972 (person)

Astronomer (galaxies, photometry, spectroscopy) and administrator. Astronomer, Mount Wilson Observatory, 1914-1921; director, Harvard Observatory, 1921-1952; on the astronomy faculty at Harvard from 1952. From the description of Papers [microform], 1910-1923. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80523781 Harlow Shapley (1885-1972) was an astronomer. Shapley served as director of the Harvard College Observatory and was a professor at Harvard University, eventually he became the Pai...

Barbour, Thomas, 1884-1946 (person)

Barbour (1884-1946) graduated from Harvard in 1906 and taught zoology at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Thomas Barbour, 1905-1935 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972958 ...

New York Crime Commission (corporateBody)

Yoder, Fred R. (Fred Roy), 1888- (person)

Sociology professor at Washington State University. Head of department, 1928-1947. Authored two textbooks in sociology. Candidate for Congress in 1944 and 1954, but was defeated in both elections. Retired from teaching, 1954. From the description of Papers, 1890-1980. (Washington State University). WorldCat record id: 51240150 Fred Roy Yoder was born in 1888 in North Carolina. He was educated in various places, including Lenoir-Rhyne College in North Carolina, the University...

Whitesido, H. E. (person)

International Congress of Comparative Law (corporateBody)

Law Club of Chicago (corporateBody)

McClintock, H. L. (person)

Wells, Edgar H. (person)

Prussing, Eugene E. (Eugene Ernst), 1855-1936 (person)

Prussing was born on July 12, 1855 in Chicago, IL; attended Bryant and Stratton's Business College; LLB, Univ. of Michigan, 1878; admitted to IL and MI bars in 1878; practiced law in Chicago until 1918; settled in Hollywood, CA, 1921; director of Citizens' Assn. of Chicago, serving as president, 1903-4; publications include George Washington in love and otherwise (1925) and The estate of George Washington, deceased (1927); he died in 1936. From the description of Papers, 1910-1935. (...

Clark, Eugene P. (person)

Richter, R. D. (person)

Stuart, A. M. (person)

Comparative Law School in China (corporateBody)

Haskins, C. H. (person)

Committee on Co-ordination of the Bar (corporateBody)

Sherman, Charles Phineas, 1874- (person)

Orfield, Lester B. (person)

Righter, Richard S. (person)

Institute for Improving the Administration of Justice (corporateBody)

McClellan, Thomas C. (person)

Smith, Vernon M. (person)

Breckenridge, Miss S. P. (person)

Sigma Xi (person)

Henderson, Lawrence Joseph, 1878-1942 (person)

Henderson graduated from Harvard in 1898 and taught biological chemistry at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Lawrence Joseph Henderson, 1905-1945 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973063 Lawrence Josepeh Henderson established the Fatigue Lab at Harvard Business School in 1927 to discover physiological norms for human biological processes and to study the physiological changes that create fatigue in workers. The lab continued to operate until ...

Rudolph, A. (person)

Source Research Council (corporateBody)

Clark, J. Murray (person)

Fleming, John D. (person)

Howland, Charles P. (Charles Prentice), 1869-1932 (person)

Alfred Cornelius Howland (1838-1909) was a painter. He studied in Boston, New York, Düsseldorf, and Paris. He maintained a winter studio in New York City and was a member of the National Academy of Design. Charles Prentice Howland (1869-1932) practiced law in New York City until 1925. He served as chairman of the Greek Refugees Settlement Commission of the League of Nations from 1925 to 1926 and, from 1927 until his death, studied and wrote on foreign relations as a res...

Hepburn, Charles M. (Charles McGuffey), 1858-1929 (person)

Turner, Paul D. (person)

Sayre, Paul Lombard, 1894-1959 (person)

Stone, Arthur P. (person)

Corey, Merton L. (person)

Friendly Relations Committee (corporateBody)

London School of Economics (corporateBody)

Portia Law School (corporateBody)

National Crime Commission. (corporateBody)

Brune, Herbert M. (Herbert Maxwell) (person)

Davis, Clarence Alba, 1892-1974 (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Reminiscences of Clarence Alba Davis : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122587197 ...

Galgano, Salvatore (person)

Shick, Robert P. (person)

Beach, Charles F. (person)

Shaw, G. Arnold (person)

Haight, Charles S (person)

McCoid, Allan H. (Allan Hulme), 1926-1973 (person)

Allan Hulme McCoid was born on January 21, 1926 in Iowa City, Iowa. He earned his bachelor's degree from Northwestern University in 1949 and his law degree from Harvard Law School in 1952. McCoid joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 1956 after three years at the University of California, Los Angeles. His specialization was in insurance, law and medicine and torts. From the guide to the Allan H. McCoid papers, 1966-1973, (University of Minnesota Libraries. University A...

Sullivan, E. Mark (person)

Hubbard, J. (person)

Leopold, George M. (person)

University Club of Chicago (corporateBody)

Orgain, B. D. (person)

University of Denver (corporateBody)

Lichtenstein, Walter, 1880-1964 (person)

Lichtenstein was an economist and banker with First National Bank of Chicago (1918-1945). From the description of Correspondence, 1935-1954. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122505804 From the guide to the Correspondence, 1935-1954., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Economist and banker. Born in Germany; came to the United States in 1882. Educated at Harvard (A.B., 1900; Ph. D., 1907). With First National Bank of Chicago (1918...

Economic Club of Detroit (corporateBody)

University of Nebraska Alumni Association (corporateBody)

Ecological Society (corporateBody)

Traphagan, John A. (person)

Davis, John W. (person)

Biography John W. Davis was born to John O. and Mary C. Davis on August 22, 1910, in Illinois. He received his B.S. degree in architecture from the University of Illinois in 1934 and served as an officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the Second World War. Following the war, Davis was engaged as a private designer and construction coordinator with partner Jere Strizek, a noted Sacramento developer. The two designed Town and Countr...

Edmunds, Sterling E. (Sterling Edwin), 1880-1944 (person)

Nekam, Alexander (person)

Hill, Sir George (person)

Child Labor Committee (corporateBody)

Alperin, Goldie Green (person)

Bauling, H. (person)

Eddy, Sherwood, 1871-1963 (person)

YMCA secretary for Asia, evangelist and author. From the description of Letter of Sherwood Eddy, 1932. (Wheaton College). WorldCat record id: 31743372 George Sherwood Eddy was born in Leavenworth, Kansas on January 19, 1871. He prepared at Phillips-Andover Academy in Massachusetts from 1887-1888 and earned a Ph.B. degree from Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University in 1891. He attended Union Theological Seminary and graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary, 1891-18...

Kellogg, Alfred S. (person)

Bacon, Irving R. (person)

Lee, Blewett (person)

Swarthmore college (corporateBody)

Founded by members of Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia Yearly Meetings of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Swarthmore College was incorporated in 1864 under a charter from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The College opened in 1869 as an college and preparatory school, although the preparatory division was phased out in the 1880s. The Charter was amended in 1908 to remove any formal links to the Society of Friends. The College continues to operate as a liberal arts college with a...

Wigmore, John H. (person)

Woodward, F. C. (person)

Huston, C. A. (person)

Taintor, Charles W. (Charles Wilson), 1896-1960 (person)

Charles Taintor resided in Buffalo, N.Y. From the description of Accounts and specifications, 1851-1852. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 122574007 ...

Pulling, Arthur C. (person)

New York Botanical Garden (corporateBody)

Donham, W. B. (person)

Rutherford, M. Louise (Mary Louise), 1892- (person)

Wilkin, Robert N. (Robert Nugen), 1886- (person)

Henderson, Joseph W. (person)

Smith, Richard R. Inc. (corporateBody)

California, University of (corporateBody)

National Economy League. (corporateBody)

Riddell, William Renwick, 1852-1945 (person)

Van Tyne, Mrs. Josselyn (person)

Nicholson, Vincent D. (Vincent De Witt), 1890-1945 (person)

Palmer, Arthur L. (person)

Everett, H. H. (person)

Andrews, E. B. (person)

Valéry, Jules 1863-1938 (person)

Oseas, Israel B. (person)

Ballantine, Henry W. (person)

Law Club (corporateBody)

Hooker, Sir Joseph (person)

Walne, Walter H. (person)

Beutel, Frederick K. (person)

Gutwirth, Charles A. (person)

Chambliss, John A. (person)

Olson, Reuel L. (person)

Stammler, Rudolph (person)

Foster, Henry H. (person)

Narita, Jisaburo (person)

Council on Inter-American Relations (corporateBody)

Walz, W. E (person)

Musmanno, Michael A. (Michael Angelo), 1897-1968 (person)

Michael A. Musmanno was a member of the Pennsylvania State Legislature from 1929 to 1931. He authored a bill outlawing the Coal and Iron Police in western Pennsylvania. He also authored the movie script, and later the novel, Black fury which fictionalized the story of John Barkowski, an employee of the Pittsbugth Coal Company who was beaten to death by the Coal and Iron Police for no apparent reason. Musmanno represented Mrs. Sophia Barkowski in the Barkowski case against three members of the Co...

Warner Brothers Pictures (corporateBody)

Pepper, George Wharton, 1867-1961 (person)

U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania. From the description of Letter to Will Orton Tewson, 1925 July 29. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 63109874 U.S. Senator for Pennsylvania. From the description of Miscellaneous manuscripts, 1906-1951. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155886430 George Wharton Pepper - distinguished Philadelphia lawyer and U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania - was born in Philadelphia on March 1...

Kingsley, Herman E. (person)

Thayer, Ezra Ripley, 1866-1915 (person)

Thayer graduated from Harvard in 1888, taught law and was Dean of the Harvard Law School. From the description of Papers of Ezra Ripley Thayer, 1911-1915 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76972897 Attorney, teacher, administrator. LL.B. Harvard Law School 1891, Dane Prof. and Dean 1910-1915. Secretary to Justice Horace Gray, U.S. Supreme Court 1892-1893. Practiced law in Boston 1893-1910. Author: References to Cases and Statutes to Accompany Lectures on ...

McCormick, Paul J. (person)

Freedom Clubs (corporateBody)

Dobbins, Mrs. Alice B. (person)

Dewey, John (Committee to Honor) (person)

Society of Friends (corporateBody)

The Society of Friends (or 'Quakers') was formed by George Fox (1624-1691), a shoemaker from Nottingham. In the 1640s Fox travelled throughout England delivering sermons in which he argued that individuals could have direct access to God without the need for churches, priests or other aspects of the established Church. Fox's followers became known as the 'Friends of Truth' and later the 'Society of Friends'. Fox developed rules for the management of meetings, which were printed as 'Friends Fello...

Hamilton, Walton H. (person)

Gregory, Charles (person)

Masonic History Company (corporateBody)

Freshfield, E. H. (person)

American society of international law (corporateBody)

Organization of the society first was suggested at the 11th annual Lake Mohonk Conference on International Arbitration, 1906. The first annual meeting was held in Washington in April, 1907. "The object of the Society is to foster the study of international law and promote the establishment of international relations on the basis of law and justice." From the description of Collection, 1906-1929, 1906-1914. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 26848634 ...

Hall, James Parker, 1871-1928 (person)

Balch, Francis Noyes, 1873- (person)

Associate Professor of Business Law and Lecturer on Business Law, Harvard Business School. From the description of Papers, 1930-1940 (inclusive). (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 269608014 ...

Durkin, James (person)

Comegys, Cornelius (person)

Amidon, Charles A. (person)

Schenk, F. W. (person)

Valparaiso university (corporateBody)

FOX, HENRY J. (person)

Rand, Stuart (person)

Freudenthal, Berthold, 1872- (person)

Lovett, Edgar Odell, 1871-1957 (person)

Edgar Odell Lovett, mathematics professor and president of Rice Institute (now Rice University), was born in Shreve, Ohio, on April 14, 1871, the son of Zephania and Maria Elizabeth (Spreng) Lovett. After graduating from Shreve High School he entered Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia, where he graduated in 1890 at the age of nineteen. From 1890 until 1892 he was professor of mathematics at West Kentucky College; in 1892 he became an instructor at the University of Virginia, wh...

Campbell, Rolla D. (person)

Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969 (person)

Dwight David Eisenhower (1890-1969) was leader of the Allied forces in Europe in World War II, commander of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), and the thirty-fourth president of the United States, from January 20, 1953, to January 20, 1961. Eisenhower was born on October 14, 1890, in Denison, Texas, the third son of David Jacob Eisenhower, a railroad worker, and Ida Elizabeth Stover. In 1891, the family moved to Abilene, Kansas, where David accepted a job at a local creamery run by ...

Permanent Court of International Justice (corporateBody)

Stecher, William (person)

Smith, Hubert Winston (person)

War Information, Office of (corporateBody)

Cushman, Florence (person)

Miller, James E. (James Edwin), 1920-2010 (person)

Battle, Wallace A. (person)

Sheldon, H. N. (person)

Cohen, Julius Henry, 1873-1950 (person)

Olson, Harry, 1867-1935 (person)

Olson was chief justice of the Municipal Court of Chicago. From the description of Letter to Warren F. Spalding, 5 June 1911. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 235949323 A son of Swedish immigrants, Harry Olson was born in 1867 in Chicago, Illinois, and spent his childhood on the Kansas frontier. After his father’s death in 1880, Olson left Kansas to attend high school in Pecatonica, Illinois. He served briefly as teacher and principal in the pub...

Claude Mack Lightfoot Defense Committee (corporateBody)

Hall, Jerome, 1901-1992 (person)

Jerome Hall was born in Chicago Illinois in 1901. He attended the University of Chicago where he recieved a Ph. B. in 1922 and his J.D. in 1923. After a few years in private practice he began teaching at the University of South Dakota (1929-1932). He was Professor of Law at the University of Indiana from 1939 until 1970. In 1970 he joined the Sixty-five Club Faculty of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law and taught until his retirement in 1989. Professor Hall was a scholar ...

Crapser, Charles W. (person)

Mackenzie, Norman (person)

Holliday, Guy H. (person)

Hanrahan, Edward J. (person)

Committee on Jurisprudence and Law Reform (corporateBody)

Hand, Augustus Noble, 1869-1954 (person)

Ewart, John S. (John Skirving), 1849-1933 (person)

John (Jack) Ewart was a famous horseman in Victoria. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1852-1864. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 223760826 ...

Masonic Services Association (corporateBody)

Special Committee on Improving the Administration of Justice (corporateBody)

Morgan, Edward M. (person)

McDermott, Edward J. (Edward John), 1852-1926 (person)

Louisville lawyer, and lieutenant-governor of Ky., 1911-1915. From the description of Edward J. McDermott : papers, 1894-1925. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 49252437 Edward J. McDermott was the Lieutenant-Governor of Kentucky, 1911-1915. From the description of Edward J. McDermott Papers, 1904-1925. (Filson Historical Society, The). WorldCat record id: 755760243 The Victor/Victrola Record Company was in o...

Crooker, C. W. (person)

Campbell, Dwight (person)

Knox, William J. (person)

Smith, Reginald Heber, 1889-1966 (person)

Keedy, Edwin R. (Edwin Roulette), 1880-1958 (person)

Dunster House Book Shop (corporateBody)

Bolton, C. K. (person)

Fraser, Austin A. (person)

Simpson, Sidney Post, 1898-1949 (person)

Law professor. A.B., Knox Coll., 1917, LL.B., Harv. L.S., 1922. Law practice in Wash., D.C., 1922-1925; N.Y.C., 1925-1931. Consultant on cost of crime for U.S. Wickersham Commission, 1929-1931. Prof. of Law, Harv. U., 1931-1947. Author: Report on the Cost of Crime (1931); (with Z. Chafee) Cases on Equity (1934); (with A.W. Scott) Cases on Judicial Remedies (1938). From the description of Papers of Sidney Post Simpson, 1922-1931 (inclusive). (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat reco...

Lathrop, Mary F. (person)

Phleger, Herman (person)

Pittman, William H. (person)

Haines, C. G. (person)

Classical Association of New England. (corporateBody)

Dewart, F. W. (person)

Rumford Press (corporateBody)

Smith, R. R. (person)

Society for the Prevention of Crime. (corporateBody)

Soule, Phi (person)

Hicks, Frederick C. (person)

Van Vleck, William C. (William Cabell), 1885- (person)

Wells, F. L. (person)

American political science association (corporateBody)

Seymon, John (person)

Cabot, Richard C. (person)

National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement. (corporateBody)

Institutul Social Român (Roumanian Social Institute) (corporateBody)

Ayers, George D. (person)

Committee to Study Compensation for Automobile Accidents (corporateBody)

National Committee on Calendar Simplification (corporateBody)

DeFord, Risden J. (person)

Brown, R. G. (Robert George) (person)

Davis, Harold T. (Harold Thayer), 1892-1974 (person)

Colorado College graduate, Class of 1915; Professor of Mathematics, University of Indiana, Northwestern and Trinity Universities; founding member of the Cowles Commission for Research in Economics. From the description of Harold Thayer Davis papers, Pt. 2, 1924-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 51176134 Davis earned his Harvard AM in 1919. From the description of The construction of tables, with special reference to tables of elliptic integrals, submitted Apri...

Lightner, Louis (person)

Hohfeld, Wesley Newcomb, 1879-1918 (person)

University of Wisconsin Presidency (corporateBody)

Westminster College (corporateBody)

Ramella, Pablo (person)

Indiana. Board of State Charities (corporateBody)

Rosser, L. Z. (person)

Phillips, John Vicars (person)

Georgia Bar Association (Lawson) (corporateBody)

Shelton, Thomas W. (Thomas Wall), 1870-1931 (person)

Educational diagnostician, special education department, Beeville Public Schools, Texas. From the description of Correspondence with Margaret Naumburg, 1971. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155861802 ...

Fay, B. (person)

Kuhr, Theodor (person)

Barnes, William S. (person)

Committee to Govern our Foreign Relations (corporateBody)

Colmo, Alfredo (person)

Sage Foundation (corporateBody)

Nelson Shipping Company (corporateBody)

Perkins, Rollin M. (person)

Baker, O. E. (Oliver Edwin), 1883-1949 (person)

Oliver Edwin Baker was an economic and sociological geographer and an analyst for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. From the description of Papers, 1913-1949. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 122439978 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 agricultural land utilization and advocate of “rurban” living, a combin...

Dunbar, Philip R. (Sibley) (person)

Wilmington Trust Company (corporateBody)

Clarke, Samuel B. (Samuel Belcher), 1852- (person)

Barger, Harry S. (person)

Stockton, Herbert K. (person)

Kales, Albert M. (person)

Smith, E.B. (person)

Gibbons, John M. (person)

Pryor, J. Carlisle (person)

Lucy Pound (person)

Trade Union College (corporateBody)

Veteran's Charitable Legal Association (corporateBody)

Morse, Frances Rollins, 1850-1928 (person)

A social work volunteer, Morse helped establish Associated Charities of Boston and was associated with the School of Social Work at Simmons College. From the description of Papers, 1831-1929 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006748 Frances Rollins Morse (1850-1928) was the daughter of Samuel Tapley and Harriet Jackson (Lee) Morse. She was very active in the field of social work. She helped establish Associated Charities of Boston and was associated wi...

Dane, Walter A. (person)

American Association for Labor Reforms (corporateBody)

Beers, Clifford W. (person)

Montague, Gilbert Holland, 1880-1961 (person)

Gilbert Holland Montague (1880-1961) was an American lawyer and autograph collector. Montague earned his Harvard AB in 1901, his Harvard AM in 1902, and his Harvard LLB in 1904. Gilbert Holland Montague was born in 1880 in Springfield, Massachusetts. After receiving degrees from Harvard in economics and law Montague became a foremost practitioner of antitrust law. Montague authored many journal articles on business law and two books: Rise and Progress of the Standard Oil Company (1903) and...

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...

International Education Board (corporateBody)

The International Education Board was founded in January 1923 by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. for "the promotion and advancement of education throughout the world." The Board granted fellowships to hundreds of individuals and made grants to numerous institutions in 39 countries. The IEB was most active between 1923 and 1928; it was dissolved in December 1938. From the description of Archives, 1923-1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 154270109 ...

Jones, H. C. (person)

Plucknett, Theodore F. T. (person)

Scott, Charles S., 1921-1989 (person)

Charles Sheldon Scott was born 15 April 1921 in Topeka, Kansas to Elisha and Esther (Van Dyne) Scott. Scott attended the Topeka public schools and graduated from Topeka High School. He served with the 2nd Calvary Division and the Red Ball Express Transportation Unit of the US Army during World War II. After returning to Kansas, Scott graduated from Washburn University with a Bachelor of Law degree in 1948 and with a Juris Doctorate in 1970. After earning his Bachelor's d...

Southard, Louis C. (person)

Loring, William Caleb (person)

Kantrowicz, H. (person)

American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology. (corporateBody)

The American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology was organized in 1909 at the National Conference on Criminal Law and Criminology. John H. Wigmore, dean of the Northwestern University School of Law proposed the conference as an event sponsored under the auspices of Northwestern. Attracting a roster of participants from a variety of academic and professional fields, the broad aim of the conference and the resulting institute was the improvement of criminal justice. ...

Cross, William T. (person)

University of Rochester (corporateBody)

Shanks, George C. (person)

Haglund, Charles G. (person)

Lambert, Edouard (person)

Library for American Studies in Italy. (corporateBody)

Saner, R. E. L. (person)

Richard, Jean-d'Auteuil (person)

Patton, O. K. (Odis Knight), 1889- (person)

International Faculty of Comparative Law (corporateBody)

Friedrich Wilhelms Universitat (corporateBody)

Stephens, Harold M. (Harold Montelle) (person)

Jurist. Born 1886; died 1955. From the description of Papers of Harold M. Stephens, 1895-1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79452547 ...

Smith, Bryant (person)

Robinson, William M. Jr. (person)

Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (corporateBody)

Williams, T. F. A. (person)

Ojehomon, Ojeamiren (person)

Dulles, John Foster, 1888-1959 (person)

John Foster Dulles (1888-1959), was the fifty-third Secretary of State of the United States for President Dwight D. Eisenhower. He 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, 1888 ...

Eldridge, Seba (person)

Reed, Alfred Zantzinger, 1875-1949 (person)

Born 1875 Studied at Harvard 1894 1898 Harvard University (Mass.) Instructor at Philadelphia School of Pedagogy 1898 1902 Studied at Columbia 1906 1911 Columbia University (N.Y.) Becane associate member of the ANS 1933 Bequeathed 1,998 pieces to the ANS 1949 Alfred Zantzinger Reed (1875-1949) of Colorado Springs, Colorado, published articles on U.S. medals, tokens, and store cards, and books on legal education. Alfred Zantzinger Reed (1875-1949) of Colorado Springs, Colorad...

International Association of Lawyers (corporateBody)

Freund, Arthur J. (person)

Yntema, Hessel E. (person)

Mead, George H. (person)

Union College LL. D. (corporateBody)

Ashcraft, A. M. (person)

Forte, Felix (person)

The son of Italian immigrants, Felix Forte was born in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts. He received a law degree from Boston University in 1916 and became a long-time member of its faculty. In 1930, he was appointed to the Somerville District Court and in 1939 was named to the superior court bench. He presided at the Brinks robbery trial in 1956. Forte served the Order Sons of Italy in America as Assistant Grand Venerable (1923-1925), Grand Venerable of Massachusetts (1933-1937), Assistan...

Piper, Charles D. (person)

Palmer, George H. (person)

Rhein, Harry (person)

Swartz, Arthur L. (person)

Burlingham, Charles C. (person)

American Prison Association (corporateBody)

Ching, Peter P. S. (person)

American Bar Association: Traffic Institute (corporateBody)

Entnean, A. R. (person)

Vacca, Roberto, 1927-.... (person)

Greenman, Frederick F. (Frederick Francis), 1892- (person)

Scott, Frank Arthur (person)

Calhoun, George (person)

Dealey, G. B. (person)

Feild, D. M. (person)

Messerole, Darwin J. (person)

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, A. (person)

Owens, Francis J. (person)

British academy (corporateBody)

Robledo, Antonio Gomez (person)

Ullmann, Walter (person)

Buckner, Emory R. (Emory Roy), 1877-1941 (person)

National Committee for Mental Hygiene. (corporateBody)


Motwani, Kewal (person)

Buckland, W.W. (William Warwick), 1859-1946 (person)

Buckland was a professor of law at Cambridge University, and taught Roman law at Harvard Law School, 1924-1925. Eugene Wambaugh was a professor at Harvard Law School, 1892-1925. From the description of Letter to Eugene Wambaugh, 7 May 1930. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234338951 ...

Liang, Yuen-Li (person)

Pound, Lucy (person)

Committee on Cost of Medical Care (corporateBody)

Doughty, William Howard, Jr. (person)

Gardner, James A. (person)

Howard, Sir Esme (person)

Dodge, Frederic (person)

Howe, Lucien, 1848-1928 (person)

Noted opthamologist and founder of the Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary. Elected president of the American Opthamological Society in 1918; responsible for legislation combating eye disease in children. From the description of Viennese relief correspondence, 1895 Feb. 6-1920 Dec. 17 (bulk 1920 Mar. 21-Dec. 17). (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 33310870 Howe, an ophthalmologist, was founder of the Buffalo Eye and Ear Infirmary (1876), author of the New York State How...

Strong, Charles H. (Charles Howard), 1865- (person)

Barbour, Willard (person)

Hayes, Alfred (person)

Grenier, Julie (person)

Davis, Robert M. (person)

American Foreign Law Association (corporateBody)

Hauriou, Maurice, 1856-1929 (person)

Ransom, Ronald (person)

Cambridge university press (corporateBody)

Missouri, University of (corporateBody)

Pickar, George H. (person)

Sims, Henry Upson (person)

National Consumers' League (corporateBody)

Organization founded in 1899 to monitor the conditions under which goods were manufactured and distributed. From the description of National Consumers' League records, 1882-1986 (bulk 1920-1950). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981678 The League was founded in 1898 to improve conditions for workers. From the description of Records, 1912-1949 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006759 The National Consumers' League was founded in 18...

Williams, Ira Jewell (person)

Ford Hall Forum (corporateBody)

Modern Eloquence Corporation (corporateBody)

League for Independent Political Action (corporateBody)

The League sought a meaningful alternative to the traditional two party system in United States elections. It was founded in 1929 in Chicago by socialist-oriented liberals for the purpose of starting a new political party; it dissolved in 1936. From the description of Collection, 1930-1932. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 28250046 ...

Interamerican High Commission (corporateBody)

Cockrell, Ewing (person)

Citizens' Committee on the Cause and Cure of Crime (corporateBody)

Phillips, Herbert S. (person)

Stern, Robert L., 1908-2000 (person)

Wood, Clement (person)

National Student Federation. (corporateBody)

The National Student Federation of America (NSFA) organized on December 13, 1925, in Princeton, New Jersey. The outgrowth of a meeting of the Intercollegiate World Court Conference, the NSFA became a formal organization through which 245 participating institutions agreed to collectively represent the interests of students and student governments across the United States. At that time, the student delegates drafted the original charter and elected the first officers, including the fi...

Association of American law schools (corporateBody)

Council for Commercial Arbitration (corporateBody)

Singer, Isador (person)

Tchernowitz, Chaim (person)

O'Connell, Mrs. Joseph F. (person)

New York university. School of law (corporateBody)

The School of Law, founded 1835 and revived in 1858, became larger, more competitive, and more professional in the early decades of the 20th century. The admission of women in 1890 and a merger with the Metropolis Law School in 1895 gave the School of Law male and female students, including black male students, and both professional and business curricula for women. From the description of Records, Office of the Dean of the School of Law 1915-1932. (New York University). WorldCat rec...

Rappard, William G. (person)

Piest, Oskar (person)

Mulvilhill, Rose (person)

Garfinckel, Julius, 1874?-1936 (person)

Hocking, William Ernest (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...

Taft, Robert A. (person)

Rich, Edgar J. (Edgar Judson), 1864-1948 (person)

Lawyer. Educated at Harvard (A.B., 1887; LL. B., A.M., 1891). Became an attorney with the Boston and Maine Railroad (1892) eventually becoming head of the law department. In 1916 Rich became associate counsel of the Railway Executives' Advisory Committee. His specialty was interstate commerce law. He was a member of the original faculty of the Harvard Business School, serving as lecturer on transportation (1908-1932). From the description of Papers, 1882-1947 (inclusive), 1915-1945 (...

Lépaulle, Pierre, 1893- (person)

Young, Raymond G. (person)

Sotheran, Henry (person)

Cantor, Nathaniel, 1898-1957 (person)

Julius Rosenwald Fund (corporateBody)

Founded by Julius Rosenwald; incorporated Oct. 30, 1917 in Chicago, Ill., as a non-profit corporation with the purpose of promoting "the well-being of mankind;" after Rosenwald met Booker T. Washington in 1911, funds focus was on Negro interests. From the description of Julius Rosenwald Fund records, 1917-1948. (Fisk University). WorldCat record id: 70972601 In 1917, Julius Rosenwald (1862-1932), President of Sears, Roebuck and Company, initiated the Julius R...

Association of the Bar of the City of New York (corporateBody)

Burr, L. C. (person)

Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (corporateBody)

The Royal Society of Arts was founded in 1754 as the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. From the description of American correspondence of the Royal Society of Arts, 1755-1840. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 122598603 The Royal Society of Arts was founded in 1754, and the scope of its work is very wide, covering scientific, technical, industrial, commercial, and artistic matters. From the description of Selected materials...

Vanguard Press. (corporateBody)

American book publisher. From the description of Dr. Seuss files, 1937-1985. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 64589701 BIOGHIST REQUIRED Established with money out of the Garland Fund in 1926, the Vanguard Press under the editorial guidance of James Henle and Evelyn Shrifte established and maintained a reputation for publishing promising new fiction writers, as well as informed and challenging nonfiction. In the fall of 1988, Vanguard Press was sold...

Cleveland Foundation (corporateBody)

The first community trust in the U.S. It was organized in 1914 by Frederick J. Goff and the Board of Directors of the Cleveland Trust Company. It has provided funds for educational and artistic development and for humanitarian purposes such as housing and aid to children and the handicapped. From the description of Records. Series II 1923-1982 1955-1978. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 18131036 From the description of Records 1915-1968. (Rhinelander Distr...

Clark, John Kirkland, 1906- (person)

Yang, C. L. (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...

Easley, Ralph M. (Ralph Montgomery), 1858- (person)

Long, Chester I. (person)

Takayanagi Festschrift (person)

Rubenstein, Bernard J. (person)

Crosgrave, Lloyd M. (person)

Yuaza, Kyozo (person)

Appel, Monte (person)

National Foundation for Education (corporateBody)

Alyea, E. D. (person)

Trautman, Gerald H. (person)

West Publishing Company. (corporateBody)

Institute of Current World Affairs (corporateBody)

Headquarters in Hanover, New Hampshire. From the description of Records of the Institute of Current World Affairs, 1947-1982 (inclusive). (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 702151974 Dr. Eyler Newton Simpson, a University of Texas alumnus (B.A. 1921), worked in Mexico 1927-1928 as a field representative for the Institute of Current World Affairs. The mission of ICWA, which was founded in 1926, is the observation and study of foreign areas of contemporary significance. In...

Committee on Duplication of Legal Publications (corporateBody)

Eells, Richard (person)

Parker, Edward L. (Edward Lutwyche), 1785-1850 (person)

Powers, George M. (person)

Peacock, Roscoe (person)

Reed, Robert G. (person)

MAIN LAW LIBRARY (corporateBody)

Radbruch, Gustav, 1878-1949 (person)

Noble, Eugene A. (Eugene Allen), 1865- (person)

Sweet, Mrs. Emma B. (person)

Citizens' Foreign Relations Committee (corporateBody)

Zakevicius, Stasys (person)

Chicago Crime Commission (corporateBody)

Quillian, Fletcher (person)

DeMontmorency, J. E. G. (person)

Higgins, A. Pearce (person)

Warner, Sam Bass, 1889-1979 (person)

Pierson, G. W. (person)

Bushnell, Robert T. (person)

Daney, Eugene (person)

Dynowski, Conrad (person)

Hand, Learned, 1872-1961 (person)

Attorney and Federal judge. Practiced law, Albany, N.Y., and N.Y.C., 1897-1909; U.S. District judge, Southern District N.Y., 1909-1924; Judge, U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 2d Circuit, 1924-1961; Senior Circuit Judge, 1939-1951. Member and co-founder, American Law Institute. 15 LL.D.'s including Harvard U. 1939, Cambridge (England) 1952. Author of numerous legal and non-legal articles, memorials, etc.; Holmes lecturer, Harvard Law School, 1958. From the description of Papers of Learned Hand, ...

Nielsen, Fred Kenelm, 1879-1963 (person)

Diplomat, soldier, lawyer, and educator. Full name: Frederick Kenelm Nielsen. Died 1962. From the description of Papers of Fred Kenelm Nielsen, 1881-1961. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71131628 Biographical Note 1879, Apr. 22 Born, Denmark 1880 Family immigrated to the United States ...

Root, Elihu, Jr. (person)

Bemis, A. F. (person)

Newman, Ralph A. (person)

Stone, Julius, 1907-1985 (person)

Professor of Law, University of N.S.W. and Visiting Professor at Hastings College of Law, San Francisco; Challis Prof. of International Law and Jurisprudence at Sydney University 1942-1972; author of a number of books and numerous articles on law and international relations. See Who's Who 1974. From the description of Papers of Julius Stone, 1929-2001. 1929-2001. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 221328490 ...

Yont, Alonzo E. (person)

Brand, James T. (person)

Weldon, Richard E. (person)

Chase, H. W. (person)

Sherriff, Andrew R. (person)

Shantz, Homer Le Roy (person)

Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America (corporateBody)

Century Association (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

The Century Association or Club was a prominent New York social club, whose membership was primarily drawn from men involved with the arts. It held exhibitions and built a collection. From the description of Century Association records, 1829-1958. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122647986 ...

American Federation of Labor (corporateBody)

Labor organization. From the description of American Federation of Labor records, 1883-1925. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980267 ...

Bernheimer (Charles L.) Luncheon Committee (corporateBody)

Cousens, John A. (John Albert), 1874-1937 (person)

Friedman, Herbert J. (person)

De Silver, Albert (person)

Crime Committee (corporateBody)

Brooklyn Jewish Center (corporateBody)

International Institute of Public Law (corporateBody)

Association Internationale pour l'Enseignement du Droit Comparé (corporateBody)

Chicago, University of (corporateBody)

Read, Horace Emerson, 1898- (person)

Educator, author, and lawyer Horace E. Read was born 8 April 1898 in Port Elgin, New Brunswick, to Charles Herbert and Nellie Gertrude Read. He attended Port Elgin School, Amherst's Cumberland County Academy, Acadia University (B.A. 1921), Dalhousie University (LL.B. 1924), and Harvard University (LL.M. 1925, S.J.D. 1934). In 1925 Read married Helena Louise Miller of Windsor and had two children, Aveleigh Ann and Robert. From the description of Horace E. Read fonds. 1914-1990. (Dalho...

University of Kansas City (corporateBody)

Lemkin, Raphael (person)

Rabinowitz, Jacob. (person)

Matthews, Nathan, 1854-1927 (person)

Mayor, lawyer. Educated at Harvard (A.B. 1875, LL.B 1880, LL.D. 1909). Harvard lecturer on Municipal Government, Budget-Making, and City Charters (1909-1917). Founder of the Young Men's Democratic Club of Massachusetts. Mayor of Boston for four terms (1891-1894). From the description of Political papers, 1885-1893 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 234358529 ...

Coudert, Frederic R. (person)

Webber, A. C. (person)

Lathrop, Mrs. W. H. (person)

Burr, Lionel C. (person)

Goldmark, Josephine, 1877-1950 (person)

Josephine Clara Goldmark and Pauline Dorothea Goldmark (1874-1962) were born in Brooklyn, N.Y., two of the eleven children of Regina Wehle and Joseph Goldmark, political refugees from the Revolution of 1848 in Austria. Both sisters graduated from Bryn Mawr, were associated with the National and New York Consumers' Leagues, investigated industrial working conditions particularly for women workers, and were published authors. J. Goldmark researched labor laws on hours of work for her brother-in-la...

Spaulding, Hector G. (person)

Wentworth, Edward N. (Edward Norris), 1887-1959 (person)

Edward N. Wentworth (1887-1959) was born in Dover, New Hampshire, and earned an M.S. degree from Iowa State College in 1909 in animal husbandry. He was a professor at Iowa State College and Kansas State College before serving as a captain in the U.S. Army Field Artillery in World War I. He remained in the reserve until 1950, gaining the rank of colonel. He joined the meat packing firm of Armour and Company in 1919 and was director of its livestock bureau in Chicago from 1923 to 1954. In 1954 he ...

Nields, John P., 1868-1943 (person)

Philbrick, F. S. (person)

University of Nebraska Foundation. (corporateBody)

Stair Society (corporateBody)

Hall, Edwin H. (person)

International Academy of Comparative Law (corporateBody)

Raymond, Paul E. (Paul Everett) (person)

Pease, Arthur S. (person)

Wherry, Kenneth Spicer, 1892-1951 (person)

WHERRY, KENNETH SPICER, a Senator from Nebraska; born in Liberty, Gage County, Nebr., February 28, 1892; attended the public schools and graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 1914; attended Harvard University in 1915 and 1916; during the First World War served in the United States Navy Flying Corps in 1917 and 1918; engaged in the sale of automobiles, furniture, and in livestock farming; studied law; admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Pawnee City, Nebr.; member of th...

Miss May M. McCarthy (person)

Robinson, Sanford (person)

American judicature society (corporateBody)

Pinansky, A. E. (person)

Lawyers' Literary Club (corporateBody)

Dye, Mary Catherine (person)

Schmauch, W. W. (person)

Special Committee for the Acquisition of Portraits (corporateBody)

Nader, Ralph, 1934- (person)

Ralph Nader (b. Feb. 27, 1934, Winsted, CT) graduated from Princeton University (1955) and received an LL.B. from Harvard Law School (1958). After law school he served in the U.S. Army as a cook. Starting in 1959, Nader began practicing as a lawyer in Hartford, CT, while lecturing at the University of Hartford. He was also a writer for the Christian Science Monitor and The Nation. In 1964, he relocated to Washington, DC to serve as a consultant to Assistant Secretary of Labor Daniel Patrick M...

Von Mehren, Arthur (person)

Dabney, Samuel B. (person)

Pollard, Claude (person)

VINCENT, JOHN H. (person)

Crosby, John C. (person)

According to entries in his diary, John C. Crosby enlisted for military service in the Union army during the Civil War on September 9, 1861, leaving for Baltimore shortly afterward to serve in the Seventh Maine Regiment, evidently as a hospital orderly. His last entry during the period of his military service was on August 11, 1862, and by 1865 his entries indicate that he was engaged in farm work. From the guide to the John C. Crosby U. S. Civil War Diary MS 287., 1861-1868, (Woodso...

Osborn, Albert S. (Albert Sherman), 1858-1946 (person)

Mathews, Shailer, 1863-1941 (person)

Shailer Mathews was born in Portland, Maine on May 26, 1863. He received an A.B. from Colby College in 1884, and an M.A. in 1887 In the latter year, he also graduated from Newton Theological Seminary, after which he spent a number of years as a professor at Colby. He was on leave during the year 1890-1891, studying at the University of Berlin, and returned with an enthusiasm for research and the historical-scientific approach to all knowledge that became a life-long characteristic. ...

Chidley, Howard J. (Howard James), 1878-1966 (person)

Avery, C. L. (person)

Smith, Thomas (person)

Epithet: of Easton Grey, county Wiltshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001199.0x00022d Epithet: Commander; RN British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001199.0x0001f5 Epithet: curate of Laracor, county Meath British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001199.0x0001f6 ...

Palmer, Frank L. (person)

Alabama State Bar Association (corporateBody)

Leopold, Nathan F. (person)

Provine, Walter M. (person)

Harvard Club of Boston (corporateBody)

The Harvard Club of Boston is an organization of Harvard alumni living in and around Boston, Massachusetts. It was founded on March 19, 1908, and is still in existence as of 2008. From the description of Records of the Harvard Club of Boston, 1908-1990. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 656153692 The Harvard Club of Boston was founded on March 19, 1908, more than fifty years after the first Boston-based Harvard club was established (see the Records of th...

Michtom, Emily (person)

Random House (Firm) (corporateBody)

Fisk, Otis-Harrison (person)

Otis Harrison Fisk was born in Covington, Kentucky, on March 5, 1870. He was educated at Yale University, where he received the degree of B.A. in 1892. For the following four years, he studied at the universities of Leipzig, Berlin, and Heidelberg, the latter of which awarded him a Ph.D. in 1895 and a J.D. in 1896. He continued his education at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where he received an LL.B. in 1899. That same year, he was admitted to the Ohio bar and began p...

Garcia-Calderon, Manuel (person)

Dold, Gilbert (person)

Morawetz, Victor (person)

Hughes, Charles E. (person)

Walker, Wallace Haynes (person)

North Carolina Bar Association (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...

Van Denmark, H. W. (person)

Peabody, James Edward, 1869- (person)

Collins, C. J. (person)

Robinson, G. H. (person)

Smith, Marion (person)

Peluso, George B. (person)

Hapgood, Norman (person)

Brogan, A. P. (person)

Swaney, W. B. (person)

International Association for Legal Philosophy and Social Philosophy (corporateBody)

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...

Pantzer, Kurt (person)

Willcox, W. F. (person)

Trunk, Edwin (person)

Sherman, Charles S., 1945- (person)

Wettach, R. H. (person)

Kelsen, Hans, 1881-1973 (person)

Safe Deposit Insurance Agency (corporateBody)

Hale, Richard Walden, 1909-1976 (person)

Radin, Max, 1880-1950 (person)

Saher, Edward V. (person)

Dowdall, H. C. (person)

Yamada, Saburo (person)

University of Illinois System (corporateBody)

Hooker, George E. (American architect, Chicago, 1861-1928) (person)

Potter, Mark W. (person)

Head, James M. (person)

Waltman, Mrs. Gertrude B. (person)

American Association for Labor Legislation (corporateBody)

In 1905 a small group of economists formed the American Association for Labor Legislation. The group's initial purpose was the study of labor conditions and labor legislation in the United States. By 1909, however, under the leadership of John Andrews, this "study" group took an activist turn and began actively promoting, lobbying for, and effecting major changes in worker's compensation, occupational health and safety, and child labor laws. The legislative program of the AALL is defined and tra...

Duff, Right Hon. Sir Lyman P. (person)

Bentley, Madison, 1870-1955 (person)

Cornell University Ph.D. 1898; professor of psychology. From the description of Madison Bentley papers, 1900-1932. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64073357 ...

James, E. R. (person)

Shamberg, John (person)

World association for adult education (corporateBody)

Doran, George H., company. (corporateBody)

Northrup, F. S. C. (person)

Botanical society of America (corporateBody)

Dahl, Forsten (person)

American Telegraph and Telephone Company (corporateBody)

Mulready, Edwin (person)

American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers (corporateBody)

Brince, Eugene M. (person)

Oldfather, W. A. (person)

Brock, George E. (person)

Phillips, John L. (person)

White, Robert J., 1963- (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Robert J. White earned his A.B. in economics at Stanford in 1925; he was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and active in glee club and dramatics. From the guide to the Robert J. White photograph album, 1921-1932, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives) ...

Harvard Alumni Association. (corporateBody)

The Harvard Alumni Association manages Harvard class reunions. From the description of Records of the 35th reunion for the classes of 1955, 1956 and 1957, 1989-1991. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77067367 The Placement Office service was part of the Appointments Office of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences until 1910. From the description of Employment Committee records, 1928-1937 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76975179 ...

Colvin, H. Milton (person)

Ehrmann, Herbert B. (Herbert Brutus), 1891- (person)

Herbert Brutus Ehrmann, 1891-1970: Lawyer, author. Member, War Labor Policies Bd., 1918-1919; director, Industrial Relations Div. U.S. Shipping Bd., 1919. Junior counsel for Sacco and Vanzetti, 1926-1927. Pres., American Jewish Committee, 1959-1961. Author: The Untried Case (1933 and 1960); The Case That Will Not Die (1969); Under This Roof (1940); The Criminal Courts of Cleveland (1921, with Reginald Haber Smith). From the description of Papers of Herbert Brutus Ehrmann, 1906-1970 (...

Federal bar association (corporateBody)

McFarland, Carl (person)

Stevens Hotel (corporateBody)

Chiang, May-ling Soong, 1897-2003 (person)

Dahl, Frantz (person)

Penney, J. C. (James Cash), 1875-1971 (person)

J.C. Penney, merchant and chain store executive, was born James Cash Penney, Jr., in Caldwell County, Missouri, the son of James Cash Penney, Sr., a farmer, minister, and civic leader, and Mary Frances Paxton. Three years after Penney was born, his family (which included twelve children) moved from their farm on 390 acres to Hamilton, a nearby town of 2,000 residents on the Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad. They continued raising cattle and food on the farm and began participating...

Hale, Robert L. (Robert Legan) (person)

New York Judicial Council (corporateBody)

Woods, Albert F. (person)

Vale, Ruby R. (Ruby Ross), 1874-1961 (person)

Brooklyn Law School (corporateBody)

In colonial New York, young people primarily received education through private schoolmasters and tutors, and free schooling was available to poor families through the Dutch Reformed and Catholic churches. Following the establishment of a state government, the Regents of the University of the State of New York granted charters for secondary schools in the state; the first charter, in 1768, was for Erasmus Hall Academy, located in the present-day Brooklyn neighborhood of Flatbush. In...

Rand, Edward K. (person)

Cohen, Morris Raphael, 1880-1947 (person)

Philosopher. Graduated from the College of the City of New York, 1900. Ph. D., Harvard, 1906. Instructor in mathematics at the City College of New York, then taught in its Department of Philosophy, 1912-1938. Professor of philosophy, University of Chicago, 1938-1942. From the description of Papers, 1898-1981. (University of Chicago Library). WorldCat record id: 52248106 Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Morris R. Cohen and his wife, Mary Cohen. From the descri...

Webster, Bethuel M. (Bethuel Matthew), 1900-1989 (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Reminiscences of Bethuel Matthew Webster : oral history, 1979. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481248 From the description of Reminiscences of Bethuel Matthew Webster : oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122419212 ...

Smith, Chester (person)

Yang Hung-lieh (person)


Royal Society of Naples (corporateBody)

Scherbak, H. (person)

Davis, J. B. (Jackson B.) (person)

Thompson, George Jarvis, 1886-1957 (person)

Professor of law. George Jarvis Thompson received a B.S. in economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1909, an LL.B. from Harvard University in 1912 and an S.J.D. in 1918. From 1914-1917 he taught Anglo-American Law at Pei Yang University in Tientsin, China. While there he was admitted to the bar of the United States extraterritorial court for China. In 1917 Thompson served as one of the blind-folded drawers of draft numbers for the first draft in World War I. He ...

Paul Yu Pin (person)

Haywood, H.L. (Harry LeRoy), 1886-1956 (person)

Miyaoka, Tsunejirō, 1865- (person)

New York City Law Department (corporateBody)

Forsythe, James C. (person)

Dumbauld, Edward, 1905-1997 (person)

Lawyer, Judge. A.B., Princeton, 1926; LL.B., Harvard, 1929, LL.M., 1930. Sheldon Traveling Fellowship from Harvard, studied at U. of Leyden, Netherlands, LL.D., 1932. Admitted to Bar in Pennsylvania, 1929; practiced law in Uniontown, PA, 1957-1961; U.S. District Judge (Western District of PA), 1961-present. Author of books on the ratification of the Constitution and its first ten amendments, also writings on Thomas Jefferson. From the description of Papers, 1936-1983. (Harvard Law Sc...

Garman, Horace B. (person)

Brannan, J. D. (person)

White, William Allen, 1868-1944 (person)

American journalist known as the "Sage of Emporia"; owner and editor of the "Emporia Gazette." From the description of Papers of William Allen White, 1890-1940 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647837106 Journalist. From the description of Letters, 1889-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122644557 Pulitzer Prize-winning Emporia, Kansas, newspaper editor and author. From the description of William Allen White letter...

Basmadjian, Knoren H. (person)

Swaine, Robert T. (Robert Taylor), 1886- (person)

Institute of American Genealogy (corporateBody)

Pollock, Frederick, Sir, 1845-1937 (person)

Professor of Jurisprudence. From the description of Autograph letter signed : St. Ives, Cornwall, to Prof. Knight, 1882 Sept. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270617832 Pollock was professor of jurisprudence at University College of London (1882) and at Oxford (1883-1903), as well as professor of common law. From 1914, he served as judge of Admiralty Court of Cinque Ports. He authored many texts on such topics as contracts, torts, partnership, and fraud; and, with Maitland...

Park, William J. (person)

Larnande, F. (person)

Loughborough, J. F. (person)

American Association of University (corporateBody)

Evans, Alvin E. (person)

Silveira, Alipio (person)

Newlin, Gurney E. (person)

University of New Hampshire (corporateBody)

In 1861, the United States federal government approved the Morrill Act which set aside land in each state for the founding of public higher education. In 1862, the New Hampshire state legislature accepted the grant of 80,000 acres of public lands on which to set up a university. It was not until 1866 however, that the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was incorporated by the state legislature. They started the process of creating the By-laws and the Charter in 1862 and t...

Pawate, I. S. (Ishtalingappa Siddharamappa), 1908-1984 (person)

Sears, E. H. (person)

Weatherly, Ulysses G. (Ulysses Grant), 1865-1940 (person)

In 1895, Ulysses G. Weatherly joined the Indiana University faculty, where he remained until his retirement in 1935. Throughout his teaching career, he taught courses in many disciplines, including history, sociology, and economics. From the description of Ulysses G. Weatherly Social progress manuscript, circa 1926. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 611595011 Ulysses Grant Weatherly was born on April 21, 1865, in West Newton, Indiana, to William and Lydi...

Federated Jewish Charities (corporateBody)

Freund, Ernst, 1864-1932 (person)

Professor of law. J.U.D., University of Heidelberg, 1884; Ph. D. Columbia University, 1897. Professor of administrative law and municipal corporations, Columbia University, 1892-1893. Instructor in Roman law and jurisprudence, University of Chicago, 1894-1895; assistant professor, 1895-1900; associate professor of jurisprudence and public law, 1900-1902; professor of law, 1902-1932; J.P. Wilson Professor of Law, 1929-1932. From the description of Papers, 1882-1934 (inclusive). (Unive...

Krauthoff, Edwin A. (person)

Chapman, Samuel M. (person)

Clark, Charles E. (Charles Erwin) (person)

Kent, George H. (person)

Bereeford, Robert (person)

Smith, Chester L. (person)

Cowan, Arthur W. A. (person)

Willis, Hugh E. (person)

Davies, J. Elwyn (person)

Rogers, C. M. A. (person)

University of Melbourne. (corporateBody)

University of the South (corporateBody)

National Drainage Association (corporateBody)

International Academy of International Law (corporateBody)

Bannister, L. Ward (Lucius Ward), 1871- (person)

Hershey, Omer Fennimore, 1867- (person)

Vallindas, Petros G. (person)

Stimson, Henry (person)

Griswold, Erwin N. (Erwin Nathaniel), 1904-1994 (person)

Erwin N. Griswold was born in Cleveland in 1904. He graduated in 1925 from Oberlin College with the A.B. in mathematics and the A.M. in political science. He received the LL. B. degree from Harvard University Law School in 1928 and the S.J.D. degree in 1929. From 1929 to 1934, he served in the Office of Solicitor General, returning to Cambridge in 1934. He taught on the Law Faculty of Harvard Law School from 1934 to 1967 and was Dean from 1946 to 1967. From 1967 to 1973, he was U.S. Solicitor Ge...

Yaraus, Morris E. (person)

Reed, College (corporateBody)

Gusmao, Paulo D. (person)

Committee on the Status of Liberal Arts and Sciences (corporateBody)

Jones, William Cary (person)

Hibbard, Edward H. (person)

O'Hara, Joseph P. (person)

Bruning, Harry F. (person)

Elder, Margaret M. (person)

California, Judicial Council of the State of (corporateBody)

Rothschild, Walter (person)

Coleman, Thomas, 1598-1647 (person)

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University of Richmond (corporateBody)

Reece, B. Carroll (Brazilla Carroll), 1889-1961 (person)

Brazilla Carroll Reece was a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee, from 1920 to 1961. From the description of Reece, B. Carroll (Brazilla Carroll), 1889-1961 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10573685 Brazilla Carroll Reece was born near Butler in Johnson County, Tenn. on Dec. 22, 1889. He served as Tenn.'s First District Congressman for 37 years. He died in 1961 at Bethesda Naval Hospital. After serving...

Stearns, A. W. (person)

Levinthal, Israel Herbert (person)

Clark, John D. (John Drury), 1907-1988 (person)

Doña Ana County is one of the 33 counties in the state of New Mexico. It was created in 1852 and contains New Mexico second largest city, Las Cruces. In 1900, the county had an agriculturally based society with a population of 10,187. By 1990, the county was urbanized with a population of 135,510 and boasted an economy based on service and retail. Doña Ana County: About the County From the guide...

Kuntze, Otto (person)

Williston, Samuel, 1861-1963 (person)

Professor of law. A.B., Harvard College 1882; L.L.B. Harvard Law School (1888); professor, Harvard Law School (1890-1963). From the description of Certificates and appointments, 1888-1919. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 235928448 Attorney, law teacher. A.M. 1882, Harvard College; LL.B. 1888, Harvard Law School; LL.D., Harvard, 1910; Amherst, 1923; Yale, 1926. Prof. law, Harv. Law School, 1890-1938. From the description of Letter to Erwin N. Gri...

Boudreau, Alfred H. O. (person)

Recaséns Siches, Luis (person)

Hall, Frank M. (person)

Pound, Laura B. (person)

Sprague, Charles F. (person)

Setaro, Franklyn C. (Franklyn Christopher), 1903-1989 (person)

Branch, Claude Raymond, 1886- (person)

Hand, Learned, 1872-1961 (person)

Attorney and Federal judge. Practiced law, Albany, N.Y., and N.Y.C., 1897-1909; U.S. District judge, Southern District N.Y., 1909-1924; Judge, U.S. Ct. of Appeals, 2d Circuit, 1924-1961; Senior Circuit Judge, 1939-1951. Member and co-founder, American Law Institute. 15 LL.D.'s including Harvard U. 1939, Cambridge (England) 1952. Author of numerous legal and non-legal articles, memorials, etc.; Holmes lecturer, Harvard Law School, 1958. From the description of Papers of Learned Hand, ...

Vom Baur, F. Trowbridge (Francis Trowbridge) (person)

Taft, Robert A. (Robert Alphonso), 1889-1853 (person)

Robert A. Taft More than "Mr. Republican" In 1947, Republican Senator Robert A. Taft was at the peak of his power, commanding a coalition of conservative Republicans and southern Democrats to thwart President Harry S. Truman's domestic agenda. Taft's most impressive achievement came in June. The labor-restricting Taft-Hartley Act survived Truman's veto and won Taft the admiration of the press corps. Yet he did not seek the highest political office in the Senate; indeed, the title "majority...

California State Bar Association. (corporateBody)

International Prison Commission (corporateBody)

Davenport, William E. (person)

Hart, W. O. (William Octave), 1857-1929 (person)

Rosoff, Raymond (person)

Wise, Henry (person)

Henry Wise was born on July 14, 1896 in Boston’s South End. He attended and graduated from the Boston Latin School, Harvard College in 1918, and Harvard Law School in 1921. In 1927 he married Pearl Katz, a civic and political leader in her own right. (Her papers are now at Harvard’s Schlesinger Archives.) Over the course of his career, he became involved with a number of unions around Massachusetts. In particular, he became a member of the Stenographs’ and Bookkeepers’ Union Dele...

Patterson, Harold T. (person)

Constantinides, D. V. (person)

Statler Hotel (corporateBody)

Redlich, Josef, 1869-1936 (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 ...

Peeler, Joseph D. (person)

Snyder, Aaron Cecil, 1907-1959 (person)

Orcutt, Mrs. William Dana (person)

McIntyre, M. M. (person)

McMillan Company (corporateBody)

Phillips, Owen Hood. (person)

Owen Hood Phillips, 1907-1986. Professor of Jurisprudence at the University of Birmingham, 1946-1974. Publications include Shakespeare and the Lawyers, (London: Methuen, 1972); Shakespeare and Gray's Inn, in 'Graya', 1970, pp.107-111; The Law Relating to Shakespeare, 1564-1964, in Law Quarterly Review, April/July, 1964 (2 parts) Reference: Deposit information. For further reading about the University of Birmingham see: Eric Ives, Diane Drummond, Leonard Schwa...

Loesch, Frank J. (Frank Joseph), 1852-1944 (person)

Harris, Randolph (person)

Schwarz, Andreas B. (Andreas Bertalan), 1886-1953 (person)

Epithet: papyrologist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001149.0x00036b ...

United States Flag Association (corporateBody)

Fifer, Orien W. (person)

Reihs, F. (person)

Trade and Commerce Bar Association (corporateBody)

University of Utah. Institute of Government. (corporateBody)

National Council on Crime and Delinquency (corporateBody)

Simmons, A. Robert (person)

Smith, Chester Howard, 1893-1964 (person)

Britton, William E. (person)

Child, S. R. (person)

Mack, Julian W. (Julian William), 1866-1943 (person)

Lawyer, judge, and law professor at Northwestern University and University of Chicago. From the description of Papers, 1854-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70947183 ...

Byrne, John, and Company (corporateBody)

Rowe, L.S. (Leo Stanton), 1871-1946 (person)

L. S. Rowe was associated with the University of Pennsylvania and was President of the American Academy of Political and Social Science in Philadelphia. From the description of Letter to Horace Howard Furness, Jr., 1916. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155884411 ...

DeGraff, Lawrence (person)

Hoult, Charles Howard (person)

Parkhurst, I. B. (person)

Haines, Charles Grove, 1879-1948 (person)

Shortliffe, J. Melbourne (person)

Simonhoff, Harry (person)

Perrin, Charles C. (person)

Ege, Warren S. (person)

Barnes, Harry E. (person)

A. B. A. Committee (corporateBody)

Hyde, Dorsey W. (person)

Librarian and archivist. From the description of Dorsey William Hyde papers, 1757-1955 (bulk 1905-1955). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79162192 ...

Futrell, William H. (William Harrison), 1863- (person)

Massachusetts. Commission on Probation (corporateBody)

Schaefer, Albert A. (person)

Brown, Herbert D. (Herbert Daniel), 1870-1963 (person)

Herbert D. Brown (1870-1963) was born in Fort Madison, Iowa. He married Harriet Chedie Connor on July 29, 1897. They came to Washington, D.C., in 1903 where he entered government service, first in the Census Bureau, then in the Bureau of Corporations, the forerunner of the Federal Trade Commission. Mrs. Brown assisted her husband by writing reports, histories, and summaries of his work. Brown's study of actuarial and super-annuatation problems led to an interest in the agitation for civil servic...

Weinstein, Jerome (person)

Philco Radio and Television Corporation (corporateBody)

C and G Merriam Company (corporateBody)

Reyes, Gorgonio (person)

Coffman, Lynn Dale, 1905- (person)

Isenstadt, Abraham (person)

Davison, J. Forrester (James Forrester), 1902- (person)

Carson, H. J. (person)

Deutsch, Eberhard P. (Eberhard Paul), 1897-1980 (person)

Grossman, Moses H. (person)

Rugg, Arthur Prentice, 1862-1938 (person)

Rugg, a 1883 graduate of Amherst College, was appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in 1906, and became chief justice in 1911. Abbott was an assistant attorney general of Massachusetts. From the description of Letters to Edwin Hale Abbott, 1920, 1923. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234339794 ...

Wasservogel, Isador (person)

Berle, Hon. A. A. (person)

Wallis, Wilson D. (person)

Chandler, Edward H. (person)

Character Education Institution (corporateBody)

Conrey, Nathaniel P. (person)

Friedmann, Wolfgang, 1907-1972 (person)

Dawson, Ivan R. (person)

University of Pittsburgh. United Faculty (corporateBody)

Throughout its history the University of Pittsburgh has received occasional support from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In the early 1960s it suffered an unprecedented fiscal crisis and sought a solution that linked it to the Commonwealth. On August 23, 1966, House Bill No. 2 of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania was signed and the University officially became state-related. From the description of State-related status of the University of Pittsburgh files, 1936-1983. (Universit...

Russell, Chuck, 1952- (person)

Epithet: MP British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000244.0x000110 Epithet: Consul at Cadiz British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000244.0x00010f Epithet: Colonel; 34th Foot British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000244.0x00010e Epithet: of Swallowf...

Wagenblass, John H. (person)

Joint Amnesty Committee. (corporateBody)

The Joint Amnesty Committee was composed of the Washington committee and delegates from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Pennsylvania Committee for Political Prisoners, and the Maryland Civil Liberties Committee. The Joint Amnesty Committee picketed in front of the White House to protest the imprisonment of 49 members of the Industrial Workers of the World and four other political prisoners, all of whom had exercised their Constitutionally guaranteed right of free speech in protesting Uni...

Carry, J. C. (person)

State Council for Massachusetts (corporateBody)

Savell, Leon M. (person)

Balogh, Elemér (1881-1955). (person)

Davis, William M. (person)

William M. Davis was an engineer who helped White Motors build an aircraft engine for the Burgess Company of Marblehead, Massachusetts. From the guide to the William M. Davis Papers, 1914-1919, (Western Reserve Historical Society) ...

Veatch, Wayne (person)

Cambridge Scientific Club. (corporateBody)

The Cambridge Scientific Club was founded in 1842. Its membership came chiefly, if not entirely, from faculty members of Harvard University. They met to discuss issues of the day, literature, and science. The club was also a social club; meetings were followed by elaborate meals. Nathan Pusey, President of Harvard University, gave a talk about the Club's history in April, 1969. From the description of Records of the Cambridge Scientific Club, 1842-1940. (Harv...

Johns Hopkins Institute of Law (corporateBody)

Scott, Walter Judd (person)

Robertson, David, 1937-.... (person)

UCD Professor of English, nature writer, photographer, and teacher of bioregionalism. Researcher and teacher in Bible as literature and literature of nature. From the description of Papers, 195--199- (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 44608026 ...

Staton, Grace V. (person)

Feller, A. H. (person)

Foster, James (James D.) (person)

Epithet: of Stourton Castle British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001345.0x0001ec Epithet: Reverend British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001345.0x0001ed Epithet: Sec of Macmillan and Co Ltd publishers British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000787.0x0002df Epit...

Dolan, Katharine (person)

Nicola, F. F. (person)

Fisher, William H. (person)

University of Chattanooga (corporateBody)

Sayer, James J. (person)

Fuller, Mrs. Emily (person)

Northeastern university Boston, Mass. (corporateBody)

Smith, Rembert Gilman, 1878- (person)

Parker, Benjamin M. (person)

Schramm, Gustav (person)

Flacks, Reuben S. (person)

Travelers Insurance Companies (corporateBody)

The Travelers Insurance Company was founded in 1863 as an underwriter of property, accident, life and health insurance. From the description of Records, 1867-1936 (bulk 1867-1886). (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 28062343 The Atlanta fire of 1917 began at 12:45pm on May 21, 1917, near the corner of Fort Street and Decatur Street. It is believed that the fire was a result of embers blowing in the wind from a fire, which had ...

Grob, Fritz (person)

Ierardi Family (family)

Squire Law Library (corporateBody)

Tortorelli, Estelle (person)

Clark, George L. (George Larkin), 1849-1919 (person)

Ballantine, Catherine S. (person)

Orton, Jasse F. (person)

Milan, University of (corporateBody)

Collins, Ross A. (Ross Alexander), 1880-1968 (person)

U.S. congressman, public official, and lawyer from Mississippi. From the description of Ross A. Collins papers, 1906-1967 (bulk 1920-1963). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81681449 Biographical Note 1880, April 25 Born, Collinsville, Miss. 1900 A.B., University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. ...

Signet Society (corporateBody)

Ely, Richard T. (person)

International Industrial Relations Association. (corporateBody)

American University (corporateBody)

Litchfield, Henry W. (person)

A. B. A. Corporation Law Committee (corporateBody)

Kenyon, William Scheuneman, 1820-1896 (person)

Representative from New York. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Kingston, N.Y., to Col. T.B. Gates, 1864 Oct. 6. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270487711 ...

Black, Hoke B. (person)

Fathchild, Irvin H. (person)

Feezer, Lester M. (person)

Chace, Theresa Ryan (person)

Greene, Edward (person)

Van Eysinga, W. J. M. (person)

Rogers, Henry Wade (person)

Epithet: of Michigan British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001391.0x0000a2 ...

National Society of Penal Information (corporateBody)

Commonwealth College (corporateBody)

Judson King (person)

Moore, George F. (person)

Armenian Reconstruction Committee (corporateBody)

Verdroxs, Alfred (person)

Smith, Harvey F. (person)

Fosdick, Raymond B. (Raymond Blaine), 1883-1972 (person)

Raymond B. Fosdick was an attorney, undersecretary-general of the League of Nations (1919-1920); Trustee of The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1921-1936) and The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial (1921-1928); trustee (1923-1938) and president (1936-1938) of the International Education Board; trustee (1922-1948), president (1936-1948), and chairman (1932-1936) of The General Education Board; and trustee (1921-1948) and president (1936-1948) of the Rockefeller Foundation. ...

Cuvillier, Louis-Antoine 1...-1752 (person)

McKee, William (person)

Pacific Electric Railway Company (corporateBody)

The Pacific Electric Railway was established in Southern California by railroad and real estate tycoon Henry E. Huntington in 1901; by 1911 it was the largest interurban electric transport system in the nation with over 1000 miles of track. The first interurban line constructed by the Railway ran from Los Angeles to Long Beach, and opened in 1902. In 1905, Huntington opened the Pacific Electric Building at 6th and Main Streets in Los Angeles which served as the terminal for many of the interurba...

Friedrich, Carl J. (person)

Pizey, Paul (person)

Smith, Elmer S. (person)

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (corporateBody)

Chipman, F. E. (person)

Pershing, John J. Blackjack (person)

Civilian Military Education Fund (corporateBody)

Illinois, University of (corporateBody)

Institute of Research and Study in Medieval Canon Law (corporateBody)

Swan, Thomas W. (Thomas Walter), 1877-1975 (person)

Gilbertson, H. S. (person)

Chroust, Anton-Hermann, 1907- (person)

Nutter, George R. (person)

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...

Pollitt, Basil H. (Basil Hubbard), 1896- (person)

Weygandt, Carl V. (person)

Schram, Max (person)

Todd, A. J. (person)

Edgerton, Henry White, 1888-1970 (person)

Jurist, lawyer, and educator. From the description of Henry White Edgerton papers, 1910-1970 (bulk 1929-1966). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80347797 Biographical Note 1888, Oct. 20 Born, Rush Center, Kans. 1905 1907 Attended University of W...

Gorphe, F. (person)

Takayanagi, Kenzo (person)

Arnold, E. C. (person)

White, Francis E. (person)

Lévy-Ullmann, Henri (person)

Visher, S. S. (person)

Stayton, Robert W. (person)

American Legal Scholars. (corporateBody)

Cain, Edward B. (person)

Stumpf, Samuel E. (person)

Parker, George H. (person)

Renn, Violet (person)

American Catholic philosophical association (corporateBody)

Elmore, Clarence D. (person)

Dowst, R. S. (person)

Hopkins, Ernest M. (person)

People's Legislative Service (corporateBody)

Foundation Press. (corporateBody)

American Legislators' Association (corporateBody)

RUSSELL, HENRY G. (person)

Shapiro, Harold R. (person)

Flansburg, Leonard A. (person)

Stites, Henry J. (person)

Oxford University Press, Inc., 1964, 1971 (corporateBody)

Council on foreign relations (corporateBody)

RUBIN, WILLIAM B. (person)

Shewhart, Walter A. (person)

Pinto, Bilac (person)

Merrill, Maurice H. (person)

American Association of Law Libraries. Meeting (corporateBody)

De Courcy, Charles A. (person)

Bruno, Frank J. (person)

Rice, Thomas S. (person)

Townes, John C. (person)

Pollack, Benjamin F. (person)

Coulter, John M. (person)

Davis, Robert McNair (person)

Wickersham, George W. (George Woodward), 1858-1936 (person)

U.S. attorney general, public official, and lawyer. From the description of George W. Wickersham correspondence, 1917. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981363 ...

Morning, W. M. (person)

Blackshear, David (person)

Department of History (corporateBody)

The Local Histories are research projects created by students in a Pacific Lutheran University upper division undergraduate history course on the West and Northwest. Many of the projects examine the history of a particular Northwest city or town, while some consider specific issues in a town’s or the region’s history: Japanese internment during World War II or the history of municipality’s fire department for example. In addition to the research paper, many of the files include newspaper c...

National Probation and Parole Association (corporateBody)

Robertson, Arthur (person)

Aronson, Moses J. (person)

Hollzer, Harry A. (person)

Klinefelter, Harry F. (person)

Canada Law Book Company (corporateBody)

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...

Garcia, Ernesto A. (person)

Kohler, Arthur (person)

Rooney, Miriam Theresa (person)

Ebenstein, William (person)

Von Steuben, U. H. (person)

Cambridge Historical Society. (corporateBody)

Drvodelic, M. (person)

Frey, John P. (person)

Tripathi, N. M. (person)

American Citizens Association (corporateBody)

Kent, R. A. (person)


Kaufman, Rhoda (person)

Cheng, J. Chester (James Chester), 1926- (person)

Youngman, William Sterling (person)

Gray, Ruth (person)

Bureau of Comparative Law (corporateBody)

Phi Beta Kappa (person)

Dunbar, Mrs. D. Mary (person)

Reppy, A. (Alison), 1893-1958 (person)

Veeder, Borden S. (Borden Smith), 1883-1970 (person)

Physician, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Washington University, School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics in 1911. Served in the 21st. Base Hospital, France, during World War I. Editor, Journal of Pediatrics 1932-1960. From the description of Borden S. Veeder papers, 1889-1967. 1889-1967. (Washington University in St. Louis). WorldCat record id: 10663816 ...

Hunneman, Carleton (person)

Hall, Frederick Albert (person)

Library of Congress. Law Library (corporateBody)

Institute of Public Affairs (corporateBody)

Stable Money Association (corporateBody)

McGuire, C. E. (person)

Lodge, John David (person)

Ames, Sir Maurice (person)

Labishin, K. (person)

University of Paris (corporateBody)

Cattel, J. McKeen (person)

Page, William Herbert, 1868-1952 (person)

Cleveland Municipal Court (corporateBody)

Calcutta University (corporateBody)

Fish, Sidney (person)

Pena, Miguel Antonio (person)

Elks, B. P. O. (person)

Watkins, G. Harold (person)

Winslow, Erving, 1839-1922 (person)

Secretary, Anti-Imperialist League. From the description of Anti-Imperialist League papers, 1903-1922. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34366041 ...

Cohen, Felix (person)

Long, Hamilton A. (person)

Pekelis, Alexander H. (Alexander Haim), 1902-1946 (person)

Harrington, Howard (person)

Grinnell, Frank W. (Frank Washburn), 1873-1964 (person)

15 April Parmenter and Berardelli murdered at South Braintree 5 May Sacco and Vanzetti arrested 6 May District Attorney Katzmann interviews Sacco and Vanzetti 11 June 16 August ...

Hollond, H. A. (person)

Rawle, Francis, 1846-1930 (person)

Francis Rawle was an attorney in Philadelphia. From the description of Letter and memo to Horace Howard Furness and Horace Howard Furness, Jr., 1911-1929. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155884463 ...

Gardner, R. (person)

Judge Baker Foundation (corporateBody)

Wilson, George L. (person)

Garcia-Amador, F. V. (person)

Fields, George W. (person)

Economic and Business Foundation (corporateBody)

Denison, John D. (person)

Harvey, Andrew E. (person)

Woods, Frank H. (person)

Follett, Mary P. (person)

Northwestern university (corporateBody)

During World War II, Northwestern offered its facilities for use by the War Department. The Army, Navy, and Civil Aeronautics Administration operated eleven training programs at Northwestern in addition to the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (N.R.O.T.C.) established in 1926: the Navy V-7, Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School; the Navy V-5, Naval Aviation Prepatory Program; the Navy V-1, Accredited College Program; the Naval Training School (Radio); the Army Signal Corps Officers Training Scho...

Quigley, Henry C. (person)

Sociedad Cubano de Derecho Internacional (corporateBody)

Decker's Verlag (person)

Crown Publishing Corporation (corporateBody)

Smith, Mary Byers (person)

Marshall Jones Company (Publishers) (corporateBody)

Llewellyn, Karl N. (Karl Nickerson), 1893-1962 (person)

Board of Regents (corporateBody)

Dienner, John A. (John Astor), 1886-1979 (person)

Patent attorney and part-time inventor, of Evanston, Ill. From the description of Papers, 1917-1944. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70963616 ...

Gifford, Walter S. (Walter Sherman), 1885-1966 (person)

Scott, Charles Ernest, 1876- (person)

Burnyate, John (person)

Institut International d'Histoire Constitutionelle (corporateBody)

Munro, William B. (person)

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Bailey, Kenneth, Sir, 1898-1972 (person)

Sir Kenneth Bailey was born in Melbourne in 1898. He served in the A.I.F., and studied at Oxford University in history, then law, having been appointed Professor of Jurisprudence in 1928 and Professor of Public Law in 1931. In 1946 Sir Kenneth was appointed Solicitor-General, and remained with the Attorney-General's Dept. until 1964. He was Australian High Commissioner to Canada from 1964 until his retirement in 1969. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. 1912-1972. (Libraries...

Fitzsimmons, Henry (person)

Law-Science Institute (corporateBody)

Dooley Anthology (person)

Haas, Jacob de (person)

Weston, Robert D. (person)

Wilson, H. W. Company (corporateBody)

Harvard university press (corporateBody)

The Harvard University Press was established by the Corporation as a separate department of the University in 1913. It acted as both a printing and publishing organization but in 1942 the University Printing Office, which was started in 1872, was re-established as a separate unit, and Harvard University Press became responsible only for publishing activities. From the description of Correspondence, 1929-1972 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76975908 ...

Stern, Samuel (person)

Campbell, Morton Carlisle, 1876-1952 (person)

Gibson, Johnathan C. (person)

Ehrmann, Herbert B. (Herbert Brutus), 1891- (person)

Herbert Brutus Ehrmann, 1891-1970: Lawyer, author. Member, War Labor Policies Bd., 1918-1919; director, Industrial Relations Div. U.S. Shipping Bd., 1919. Junior counsel for Sacco and Vanzetti, 1926-1927. Pres., American Jewish Committee, 1959-1961. Author: The Untried Case (1933 and 1960); The Case That Will Not Die (1969); Under This Roof (1940); The Criminal Courts of Cleveland (1921, with Reginald Haber Smith). From the description of Papers of Herbert Brutus Ehrmann, 1906-1970 (...

Weissbuch, S. D. (person)

Adams, T. B. (person)

Tate, Mercer B. (person)

Withers, A. M. (person)

Huberich, Charles Henry, 1877-1945 (person)

Professor of law at Stanford (1905-1912). From the description of Charles H. Huberich papers, 1860-1906. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500188 BIOGRAPHY Charles Henry Huberich was born on February 18, 1877 in Toledo, Ohio. He grew up in San Antonio, Texas, where he studied under private tutors. Huberich received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 1897 and his Master of Law degree a year ...

Fisher, Walter T. (person)

Walter T. Fisher, attorney, graduated from Harvard College in 1913. From the description of Papers, 1911-1917 (inclusive). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122336277 ...

Wilson, Lyman P., 1883- (person)

Pope, James H. (person)

Paine, Bayard H. (Bayard Henry), 1872- (person)

Waite, Edward F. (person)

Resident of Portland, Me. From the description of Diary, 1875. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 70974182 From the description of Edward F. Waite correspondence and photograph, 1864-1865. (Maine Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 192021378 ...

Vold, Lauriz (person)

Tanaka, Kotaro (person)

Princeton university press (corporateBody)

Founded in 1905 with a gift from Charles Scribner (Princeton Class of 1875), the Press was incorporated in 1910 as a non-profit corporation "to establish, maintain, and operate a printing and publishing plant, for the promotion of education and scholarship, and to serve the University by manufacturing and distributing its publications." The Press has published almost 3,000 titles since its first book, John Witherspoon's LECTURES IN MORAL PHILOSOPHY, appeared in 1912. Among its long-term projects...

Young, Benjamin Loring, 1885-1964 (person)

Carver, T. N. (person)

Welch, Joseph N., 1890-1960 (person)

Schiffer, Walter (person)

Rockefeller, John D., III (John Davison), 1906-1978 (person)

Philanthropist. From the description of Reminiscences of John Davison Rockefeller 3d : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309724157 From the description of Reminiscences of John Davison Rockefeller 3d : oral history, 1963. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309723979 ...

Geiser, Karl Frederick, 1869-.... (person)

National Popular Government League (corporateBody)

Yenching University (corporateBody)

Beck, James M., 1958- (person)

Cooke, Levi (person)

Bates, Harry M. (person)

Williams, John H. (person)

Goodhart, Arthur L. (Arthur Lehman), 1891-1978 (person)

Epithet: Hon KBE, Master of University College Oxford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000349.0x0003de ...

Guebhard, Jacques (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...

Walling, William English (person)

Epithet: American socialist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000498.0x000282 ...

Pettengill, Samuel B. (person)

Chase, Clinton (person)

Emanuel, Jay (person)

Ermarth, Fritz, 1909-1948 (person)

Small, Albion W., 1854-1926 (person)

Albion Woodbury Small (1854-1926) was educated at Colby College, then Colby University, (B.A., 1876), Newton Theological Institution, the Universities of Berlin and Leipzig, and Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D., 1889). He taught history and political economy at Colby from 1881 to 1888, becoming president of that institution in 1889. From 1892 to 1925, he was Professor and Head of the Department of Sociology at the University of Chicago, the first department of its kind, and was also Dean of the G...

Goller, Karl (person)

MacLeish, Archibald, 1892- (person)

MacLeish (1892-1982) was a Pulitizer Prize winning American poet, playwright, teacher, librarian of Congress, and public official. He was also Boylston professor at Harvard. From the guide to the Plays, 1957-1968., (Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) MacLeish (1892-1982) was a Pulitzer Prize winning American poet, playwright, teacher, librarian of Congress, and public official. He was also Boylston professor of Rhetoric...

Faculty Club (corporateBody)

Drenning, Frank G. (person)

Smith, Chard Powers, 1894-1977 (person)

The writer Chard Powers Smith was born in Watertown, New York, and educated at the Pawling School and Yale University, class of 1916. Following service as a captain in the U.S. Army Field Artillery during World War I, he received a law degree from Harvard in 1921, but early abandoned the practice of law to make his living as a writer. In the 1920s he travelled and lived intermittently in Europe, where he moved in American expatriate social and literary circles. A regular at the MacDowell Colony ...

Frank, Jerome, 1889-1957 (person)

Lawyer, Judge. From the description of Reminiscences of Jerome New Frank : oral history, 1952. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309737956 Jerome Frank was born in New York City on September 10, 1889. He graduated from the University of Chicago in 1909 and entered the Illinois bar in 1912. He began writing in the 1920s and moved to New York City in 1929. Frank served as general counsel to the Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) from ...

Behaviour Research Fund (corporateBody)

Biddle, Hon. Francis (person)

National Committee to Defeat the Un-Equal Rights Amendment (corporateBody)

Loring, Augustus Peabody (person)

Larson, Arthur (person)

Lewis Arthur Larson (1910-1993), legal scholar and speech writer, was born in South Dakota. He attended Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and received a Rhodes scholarship to Pembroke College at Oxford University. He worked as a practicing attorney for a few years in the 1930s, but eventually became a law professor and taught at various law schools from 1939 to 1954, except for a brief period of government service during World War II. His main field of interest was workmen's compen...

Rodgers, Rollin W. (person)

Davis, Anna M. (person)

Mays, Richard H. (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 ...

Massachusetts League of Women Voters. (corporateBody)

International Juridical Congress (corporateBody)

Yates, Gertrude (person)

Brookings Institution. (corporateBody)

Stinchfield, Frederick H. (person)

Hallock, H. G. C. (person)

Clergyman and missionary. From the description of Circular letter of H.G.C. Hallock, 1928. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450730 ...

Stevens, Lewis M. (person)

Special Committee on Administrative Law. (corporateBody)

Plunkett, William C. (person)

Little, Clarence C. (Clarence Cook), 1888-1971 (person)

President of University of Michigan, 1925-1929. From the description of Clarence Cook Little papers, 1924-1929. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34423334 C.C. Little was President of the University of Maine from 1922-25, President of the University of Michigan 1925-29, graduated from Harvard in 1910. Was director of Jackson Memorial Laboratory 1929-1971, and a researcher in the fields of cancer, genetics, and tobacco. From the description of Papers 1...

Fite, E. D. (person)

Walker, Daniel (person)

Epithet: of Gloucester British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000701.0x0003ac Epithet: labourer, of Farthingstone, county Northamptonshire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000701.0x0003ab ...

Baker, Mrs. Abby Scott (person)

Brown University. (corporateBody)

In 1917 the university established the Brown War Records Bureau, whose intention was to "collect and preserve a record of all Brown men who are serving in the present war". Brown faculty, students and alumni who were in the military were asked to fill out a small card called "Are you in the war?" and to send original letters, clippings or photographs which "have any bearing on the service of Brown men in the war." This collection is partly a result of that effort. From the guide to t...

Carson, Hampton L. (person)

Bell, Laird, 1883-1965 (person)

Chicago attorney, chairman of the board of trustees of the University of Chicago, alternate U.S. delegate to 10th Assembly of the United Nations, 1955. From the description of Laird Bell papers, 1903-1962. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34420214 Laird Bell, attorney and member of the University of Chicago Board of Trustees. Bell practiced law in Chicago and was involved in a number of civic and corporate organizations. The collection contains documents from hi...

Eaton, Harvey D. (person)

Hale, Richard M. (person)

Aydelotte, Frank, 1880-1956 (person)

Frank Aydelotte, seventh President of Swarthmore College, was born on October 18, 1880 in Sullivan, Indiana; he was the first president of the College who was not a Quaker. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Indiana in 1900, and three years later received an M.A. from Harvard. He became a Rhodes Scholar and studied at Oxford University from 1905-1907. He then taught at University of Indiana from 1908-1915. Afterward he taught English Literature at M.I.T. where he worked until he ...

Schlossberg, Arnold (person)

Oklahoma Bar Association (1890-1904) (corporateBody)

Russell, Francis H. (Francis Henry), 1904-1989 (person)

Passenger on the first scheduled commercial round-the-world airplane flight, 1947. From the description of Around the world in thirteen days : mimeograph, 1947. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867811 Russell was the chief of the Division of Public Liaison in the U.S. State Department. From the description of Correspondence to Charles Van Wyck Brooks, 1945. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 191800044 ...

Soper, Leslie (person)

Grand lodge of Massachusetts (corporateBody)

Hanna, Henry, 1872- (person)

Gutteridge, Harold Cooke (person)

Kelsen Festschrift (person)

Goodrich, Herbert F. (Herbert Funk), 1889-1962 (person)

Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and judge for the United States Court of Appeals (3rd Circuit). From the description of Correspondence with Johan Thorsten Sellin, 1935-1962. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 236170574 ...

Cowan, Thomas A. (person)

Patterson, Robert Porter, 1891-1952 (person)

Lawyer, jurist, and U.S. secretary of war. From the description of Papers of Robert Porter Patterson, 1940-1951 (bulk 1940-1947). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 74984701 ...

Demmon, Stephen (person)

Richardson, W. A. (William Augustus), 1886- (person)

Hilkey, C. J. (person)

Allen, Lafour (person)

City Club of Chicago (corporateBody)

American Civil Liberties Union (corporateBody)

Founded in 1920 in New York City by Roger Baldwin and others; the ACLU was an outgrowth of the American Union Against Militarism's National Civil Liberties Bureau, which in 1920 changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union. From the description of Collection, 1917- (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 42740878 The Southern Women's Rights Project (SWRP) located in Richmond is affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union. The project deal...

Olds, Herbert Vincent (person)

United Press Associations (corporateBody)

News wire service. From the description of United Press Associations miscellaneous records, 1940-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869208 Biographical/Historical Note News wire service. From the guide to the United Press Associations miscellaneous records, 1940-1941, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Gair, Sidney Russell (person)

Southard, Ernest E. (person)

Croce, Benedetto (person)

Epithet: Italian historian British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001296.0x000286 ...

Green, John E. (John Elwyn) (person)

Olson, Reuel (person)

Webb, J. B. (person)

Stam, Colin F. (Colin Ferguson), 1896-1966 (person)

Eliasberg, W. G. (person)

World Court (corporateBody)

Mackworth, G. (person)

Library of Living Philosophers (corporateBody)

Eliot, Charles W. (Charles William), 1899-1993 (person)

Landscape architect. Educated at Harvard: A.B. 1920, M.L.A. 1923. Charles William Eliot II was the son of Samuel Atkins Eliot and the grandson of Charles William Eliot, president of Harvard from 1869 to 1909. From the description of Biography of Samuel Atkins Eliot, ca.1885-1956 (inclusive), 1954-1956 (bulk). (Harvard University, Divinity School Library). WorldCat record id: 269368155 Charles William Eliot (1899- ) served with other Harvard men in the American Red Cross Ambu...

Daroowalla, P. N. (person)

Anderson, H. B. (person)

Payne, Ira W. (person)

Lorenzen, E. G. (person)

Bar Association of the Seventh Federal Circuit (corporateBody)

University of California at Los Angeles. (corporateBody)

O'Leary, Humphrey (person)

Green, Leon (person)

Colcord, Samuel (person)

Ruggles, C. O. (person)

Commons, John R. (John Rogers), 1862-1945 (person)

In academic circles, John R. Commons is most remembered for his histories of the labor movement and as founder of what is commonly called the "Wisconsin School" of labor history. As an economist and student of government he was responsible for the design of reforms during the Progressive era and after, which drastically changed the role of government and paved the way for the New Deal. From the description of John Rogers Commons papers, 1859-1967, bulk 1887-1945. [microform]. (Unknow...

League for the Abolition of Capital Punishment. (corporateBody)

National Association of Broadcasters (corporateBody)

Washington, D.C. association. From the description of Papers, 1965-1975. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 36587257 ...

Anderson, F. (person)

Epithet: labourer, of Barking British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000923.0x0003a2 ...

Hitchcock, A.S. (Albert Spear), 1865-1935 (person)

Albert Spear Hitchcock (1865-1935) was born in Owasso, Michigan, on September 4, 1865. He entered Iowa State Agricultural College, receiving his B.S. in 1884, and an M.S. in 1886. He joined the United States Department of Agriculture in 1901 as Assistant Agrostologist under Frank Lamson-Scribner. In 1905 he was put in charge of the grass herbarium and became Systematic Agrostologist. After 1928, he held the title of Principal Biologist in charge of Systematic Agrostology of the Department of Agr...

Shrine Circus Fund (person)

Gresser, William (person)

Byrne, James (person)

Epithet: coachman British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001109.0x000313 Epithet: Irish magistrate British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001109.0x000314 ...

First Trust Company of Lincoln, Nebraska (corporateBody)

Hill, Arthur Dehon, 1869- (person)

Lawyer, army officer, and law teacher, of Boston, Mass.; summer resident of Portsmouth, N.H.; d. 1947. From the description of Papers, 1906-1944 (bulk 1906-1941). (Portsmouth Athenaeum Library & Museum). WorldCat record id: 70940725 ...

Wieboldt Foundation (corporateBody)

Cassidy, Lewis C. (person)

International Institute of Agriculture. (corporateBody)

Boody, Bertha M., 1877-1943 (person)

Entelman, Remo F. (person)

Everett, W. G. (person)

Coates, Albert (person)

Epithet: conductor and composer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000862.0x00002a ...

Megan, Charles P. (person)

Campbell, W.W. (person)

Cosgrove, E. (person)

Shafroth, Will (person)

American Bar Association Committee on Comparative Philosophy and History of Law (corporateBody)

Farnum, George R. (George Rossiter), 1885-1970 (person)

Loveland, George A. (person)

Kohllerugge, J. (person)

Weston, Melville Fuller (person)

National Book Foundation (corporateBody)

Turnbladh, Karin (person)

Denver, University of (corporateBody)

Spinale, Matthew D. (person)

Farnham, Charles (person)

Crocker, Courtenay (person)

Wilkins,Roy, 1901- (person)

Onassis, Aristotle Socrates, 1906-1975 (person)

Nevling, R. F. (person)

Wingert, Emmet L. (person)

Lowell, James Arnold (person)

Woodrough, J. W. (person)

Powell, Thomas Reed, 1880-1955 (person)

Attorney, law professor, legal scholar, arbitrator. LL.B., Harvard, 1904; Ph.D., Columbia, 1913. Lecturer, fellow, prof., Columbia, 1907-1908, 1910-1925; prof. of law,, Harvard L.S., 1925-1949,. Spec. ass't to U.S. Att. Gen., 1936, 1941. Member, President's Emergency Board on National Railway Strike, 1941. Member and office holder, American Political Science Association including presidency. Author of books and articles on separation of powers. From the description of Papers of Thoma...

Cotton, Joseph R. (person)

Phillips Brooks House (corporateBody)

Lybrand, Walter A. (person)

Davis, C. J. (person)

C.J. Davis enlisted on 31 August 1914 in the 25th Cyclists Battalion, County of London Regiment. After coastal defence duties in Sussex and Norfolk, he arrived in India in February 1916 and served on the North-West Frontier, seeing action in the Waziristan Campaign, 1917, the Amritsar Riots, 1919, and the Afghan War, 1919. He was discharged from the army on Armistice Day 1919. From the guide to the C.J. Davis papers, 1914-1933, (Leeds University Library) ...

China National Aviation Corporation (corporateBody)

Best, Harry (person)

Ely, J. A. (person)

Finkerlstain, Herbert (person)

Boston Chamber of Commerce (corporateBody)

Hennessy, M. E. (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...

Norton, (W.W.) and Company. (corporateBody)

Grace, W. J. (person)

Committee on the Judiciary (corporateBody)

Little, Brown and Company, 1932, 1966, 1978 (corporateBody)

Andrews, Elisha Benjamin, 1844-1917 (person)

American educator and historian. From the guide to the Elisha Benjamin Andrews letters, 1891-1895, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) American historian, author, and educator. From the description of Letter, 1897. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367565970 Eighth president of Brown University, 1889-1898. Also served on Brown University's faculty as professor of history and political economy (1883-1888...

Workers Education Bureau (corporateBody)

Colson, Clyde L. (Clyde Lemuel) (person)

Babson, Mrs. G. T. (person)

Knox, John, 1720-1790 (person)

Epithet: Major -General British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000753.0x0001af ...

Bureau of Social Hygiene. (corporateBody)

The Bureau of Social Hygiene resulted from the appointment of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. to a Special Grand Jury to investigate white slavery in New York City in 1910. In conferences taken in the course of this investigation, Mr. Rockefeller, Jr. became convinced that for a lasting improvement of conditions a permanent organization was needed. On March 22, 1911, The Committee of Three, including Mr. Rockefeller, Paul Warburg and Starr J. Murphy met. The name "Bureau of Social Hygiene"...

Ell, Carl S. (person)

Rashba, E. S. (person)

Harvard Teachers Association. (corporateBody)

Founded in 1891, the Harvard Teachers Association was open to any teacher or school officer who attended or taught at Harvard University. In 1958, the Association was dissolved and its assets were transferred to the Harvard Graduate School of Education Association. From the description of Records of the Harvard Teachers Association, 1891-1958. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 542727064 ...

Whitfield, G. T. (person)

Iowa State Bar Association (corporateBody)

Woodward, Frederic Campbell, 1874-1956 (person)

Evans, Earle W. (person)

Flexner, Bernard, 1865-1945 (person)

Bernard Flexner, a lawyer, philanthropist and Zionist leader, was an early supporter of the juvenile court movement. From 1917 he lived in New York, devoting himself to various Zionist movements and organizations to aid Palestine. From the guide to the Bernard Flexner Papers, 1882-1946, 1917-1943, (Princeton University. Library. Dept. of Rare Books and Special Collections) Flexner, a lawyer, philanthropist and Zionist leader, was an early supporter of the juvenile court move...

Glasser, Eli A. (person)

Ingraham, Mrs. H. A. (person)

Raub, William L. (person)

Roe, Bonnadell (person)

Stokes, W. N. (person)

Kennedy, A. (person)

Roscoe Pound Fund (corporateBody)

Cossio, Carlos, 1903-... (person)

Carroll, James J. (person)

American bar association (corporateBody)

BIOGHIST REQUIRED In 1971 the American Bar Association formed a committee to prepare a study "...on the respective powers under the Constitution of the President and of the Congress to enter into and conduct war." The committee was chaired by Lyman M. Tondel, Jr. and the project was funded by the Association's Fund for Public Education which in turn contracted with Columbia University to carry out the study. The staff included Abraham D. Sofaer, Project Director and Adjunct Professor of Law at C...

Wood, John Perry (person)

Coolidge, Calvin, 1872-1933 (person)

Epithet: president of the United States British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000497.0x00001d Calvin Coolidge's son John married John Trumbull's daughter Florence. From the description of Letter, 1931 March 16, Northampton, Mass., to John H. Trumbull, Plainville, Conn. (Hartford Public Library). WorldCat record id: 25622017 For information on Pres. Coolidge, see an encyclopedia. No information is...

Page, William H. (person)

American China Policy Association. (corporateBody)

Parker, Edwin B. (person)

Rogers, Sam L. (person)

Chicago Bar ASSOC. (corporateBody)

Leyden, University of (corporateBody)

Comins, Eben F. (person)

Robertson, W. W. (person)

Oldham, Mrs. William B. (person)

Philosophical library (corporateBody)

Philosophical Library was a publisher based in New York City; Sparr and Morse worked for the company. Joseph was Werfel's secretary at that time, and was the addressee of 1 item. From the description of Correspondence with Franz Werfel, 1944-1947. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864495 ...

National Research Council (U.S.) (corporateBody)

The National Research Council was organized by the National Academy of Sciences in 1916 to associate the broad community of science and technology with the Academy's purposes of further knowledge and advising the federal government. The Council has become the principal operating agency of both the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering in providing services to the government, the public, and the scientific and engineering communities. From the descriptio...

Wu, Jingxiong, 1899-1986 (person)

Duff, W. Patrick (person)

Epithet: Colonel; of Carnousie British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000684.0x0001b3 ...

American arbitration association (corporateBody)

In January 1949 when the parties could not agree upon the terms of a new contract the union struck. When the strike was settled, it was agreed to submit to arbitration the following issues which the parties could not agree upon: payment of a 12% wage increase, retroactive to January 1, 1949; in lieu of overtime charges, a flat sum of $28 per month on non-propelled barges; when required to go on dock or aboard to make hose connections, a $2 payment per voyage made on self propelled vessels; and t...

American council for Judaism (corporateBody)

The American Council for Judaism was founded in 1943 by Americans of Jewish faith who believed that Judaism was a religion and not a nationality. The founding of the ACJ partly resulted from the refusal of the American Jewish Committee to clearly oppose Zionism in the 1940s. Many of the council's early leaders came from an upper class German Jewish socioeconomic group that also formed the basis of the American Jewish Committee's leadership. ACJ's philosophy supports the integration of Jews into ...

Boston consolidated gas company. (corporateBody)

Tsao, Wen Yen (person)

Hardy, W. F. (person)

Wood, Ben D. (Ben DeKalbe), 1894-1986 (person)

American educator; director, Educational Records Bureau, 1933-1965. From the description of Benjamin de Kalbe Wood interview transcripts, 1977-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872063 Educator, author. From the description of Reminiscences of Benjamin DeKalbe Wood : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122481233 Biographical/Historical Note Ameri...

United States Society (corporateBody)

Cotton, Joseph P. (Joseph Potter), 1875-1931 (person)

Irvine, Frank (person)

Traboulsee, Anthony (person)

Houston, Charles Hamilton, 1895-1950 (person)

African American attorney, educator, and advocate of civil rights and educational desegregation; vice-dean, Howard University School of Law (1929-1935). From the description of Papers, 1857-1950 ; (bulk 1922-1950). (Moorland-Spingarn Resource Center). WorldCat record id: 70941394 Biographical Note William LePre Houston 1870, May 14 ...

New England Law Institute (corporateBody)

Stevens, P. H. (person)

Eddy, H. L. (person)

Malaviya, Pundit Kashi Narain (person)

MacChesney, Nathan William, 1878-1954 (person)

Chicago lawyer and Northwestern University trustee. From the description of Nathan W. MacChesney Papers, 1915-1952. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122275674 Nathan William MacChesney (1878-1954), lawyer, was the director of the Organization Bureau of the National Republican Committee from 1928 to 1932. He served as Minister to Canada (unconfirmed) from 1932 to 1933, and as consul general to Thailand from 1924 to 1954. From the description of MacChesney, Nathan Wi...

Andrews, James (person)

Epithet: of Sadler's Wells British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001029.0x0000cf ...

Gerhart, Eugene C. (person)

Nagel, Charles (person)

New York State Bar Association (corporateBody)

Roberts, Walton G. (person)

Wheeler, Everett Pepperrell, 1840-1925 (person)

Everett Pepperell Wheeler (1840-1925) was an American lawyer and civil service reformer. He was a founder of the New York Bar Association and served for seventeen years as chairman of the executive committee of the New York Civil Service Reform Association. Other organizations he supported were the Citizens Union, the Committee of Seventy, the Reform Club, and the Man Suffrage Association. From the guide to the Everett P. Wheeler papers, 1868-1925, (The New York Public Library. Manus...

International Institute of Comparative Public Law (corporateBody)

Indian council of world affairs (corporateBody)

Small, Ben F. (person)

Young, Benjamin Loring, 1885-1964 (person)

Massachusetts Committee on Militarism in Education (corporateBody)

Cattell, J. McKeen (person)

Special Committee on the Bill of Rights (corporateBody)

Strawn, Silas Hardy, 1866-1946 (person)

Register, Layton B. (Layton Bartol), 1882- (person)

Vinogradoff, Sir Paul (person)

Everts, William P., 1918- (person)

Hocking, William Ernest, 1873-1966 (person)

Hocking graduated in 1901 and taught philosophy at Harvard. From the description of Philosophy D : technique of thought and of argument. [1942-1943] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512457 From the description of Papers of William Ernest Hocking, 1927-1949 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973067 Hocking was a professor of philosophy at Harvard University. Together with his wife, Agnes Hocking, they founded the Shady Hill School. ...

Tomlinson, C. W. (person)

Ohio state university (corporateBody)

The Medical Alumni Society of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, since 1931 with the exception of 1939, has given the honor of "Man of the Year" to a doctor(s) during their annual reunions. In 1973 the award name changed from the title "Man of the Year" to "Professor of the Year." And in 1975, Margaret (Peg) Hines was the first woman to be so honored. From the guide to the Man/Professor of the Year Photograph Collection, 1934-1993, (Medical Heritage Center) ...

Lovett, Robert M. (person)

Virkus, F. A. (person)

Massachusetts Bar Association (corporateBody)

American Sociological Society. (corporateBody)

Smith, J. Russell (person)

Wenger, Leopold, 1874-1953 (person)

Tung, Chi Cheng (person)

Chiang Kai-Shek, Mrs. (person)

Richardson, W. K. (person)

Ogden, C. K. (person)

Department of the Classics (corporateBody)

Rollins college Winter Park, Fla. (corporateBody)

Elgutter, Charles S. (Charles Stanford) (person)

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

Fairchild, G. Cranston (person)

Hull, Cordell (person)

Epithet: US Sec of State British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x0002ed ...

Pearson, J. E. (person)

Republican Party (corporateBody)

Leadership Institute (corporateBody)

Choate, Herbert E. (person)

White, William Allen, 1868-1944 (person)

American journalist known as the "Sage of Emporia"; owner and editor of the "Emporia Gazette." From the description of Papers of William Allen White, 1890-1940 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647837106 Journalist. From the description of Letters, 1889-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122644557 Pulitzer Prize-winning Emporia, Kansas, newspaper editor and author. From the description of William Allen White letter...

Corwin, Edward S. (Edward Samuel), 1878-1963 (person)

Edwin S. Corwin, a historian and political scientist, was McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University from 1918 and a prominent authority on constitutional law and theory, administrative law, international law, and jurisprudence. He was an adviser to the Public Works Administration (1935) and special assistant and consultant to the attorney general on constitutional issues (1936-37). In 1937 he gave full support to President Roosevelt's Supreme Court reorganization plan. In 1954...

Mecartney, Harry S. (person)

Abbott, E. (person)

New York (State). State Commission of Prisons (corporateBody)

Smith, Lewis Howell (person)

Conant, President James Bryant (person)

Sargent, Porter Edward (person)

Baldwin, Roger (person)

Epithet: FRS; Rector of Aldingham British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000677.0x0002e3 Epithet: of Wigan, county Lancashire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000677.0x0002e4 ...

Snyder, Howard J. (person)

Gurvitch, Georges, 1894-1965 (person)

Buchanan, John G., 1888- (person)

Doubles, M. Ray (Malcolm Ray), 1900-1987 (person)

Crocker, Rachel (person)

William Volker Fund (corporateBody)

The William Volker Fund operated from 1932-1965 as a charitable foundation promoting free-market and liberatarian economics. Along with funding research, the Fund sponsored the work of Old Right economists, and gave liberatarian books to college libraries through the National Book Foundation. From the guide to the William Volker Fund Records, 1953-1961, (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University) ...

Conant, Mrs. Charlotte H. (person)

Research Council on Problems of Alcohol (corporateBody)

McMurray, Orrin J. (person)

Loftin, Scott Marion, 1878-1953 (person)

Lawyer and public official. Born in Montgomery, Alabama. Received a law degree from Washington and Lee. Began legal practice in Pensacola in 1899. Served in the Florida House of Representatives (1903); as prosecuting attorney for Escambia County (1904-1917); as trustsee for Florida East Coast Railway (1931-1953); and in the U.S. Senate (by appointment, 1936). From the description of Scott M. Loftin Papers, 1902-1966 (bulk: 1934-1936) (University of Florida). ...

New York Law School (corporateBody)

International Bar Association. (corporateBody)

Moll, Walter L. (person)

Yost, Marjorie L. (person)

Langmaid, Stephen I. (person)

Ferson, Merton L. (Merton Leroy), 1876-1964 (person)

Finley, John H. (John Huston), 1904-1995 (person)

Bacon, Selden D. (Selden Daskam), 1909- (person)

Madame Chiang Kai-shek (person)

Pringsheim, Fritz (person)

Union Club of Boston (corporateBody)

The Union Club of Boston was founded on April 9, 1863 at no. 8 Park Street in Cambridge, Mass. It was born as an offshoot of the Somerset Club which was having political divisions about the Lincoln Administration's handling of the Civil War. Membership to the Union Club (a social organization) required one acknowledged the sole legitimacy of the Federal Government. From the description of Union Club of Boston records, 1863-1976. (New England Historic Genealogical Society). WorldCat r...

Abbott, L. M. (person)

Cooper, C. C. (person)

Johnson, Melvin M. (person)

Ulrich, Charles C. (person)

Howe, Mark de Wolfe, 1906-1967 (person)

Law professor, author. LL. B. Harv. Law School, 1933. Secretary for Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1933-1934. Practiced law in Boston, 1933-1937. Prof. of law, U. of Buffalo Law School, 1941-1945; prof of law, Harv. U., 1945-1967. Editor: Holmes-Pollock Letters; Touched with Fire; Holmes-Laski Letters; Occasional Speeches of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Author: Constitutional Law (casebook, with others); Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes: Vol. I, The Shaping Years, 1841-1870 (1957), Vol. II, The Proving Y...

Kirchwey, George W. (person)

Ploscowe, Morris (person)

Lawyers' Club of Cincinnati (corporateBody)

Washington (State). Supreme Court (corporateBody)

An agency history is available. From the guide to the Supreme Court Registers of actions indexes, 1895-1940., (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Opinions, 1886-, (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Minute books, 1859-1987., (Utah State Archives and Records Service) From the guide to the Supreme Court Utah Reporter, 1851-, (Utah State Archives and Records Service) F...

Globe; Wernicke Company (corporateBody)

Gallagher, Hubert R. (person)

Moyle, Henry D. (person)

Sauer, Wilhelm (person)

Shaw, Francis A. (person)

Bellows and Company (corporateBody)

Copineau, Herbier C. (person)

Edmiston, A. R. (person)

Feilchenfeld, Ernst H. (Ernst Hermann) (person)

Academia Interamericana de Derecho Comparado e Internacional (corporateBody)

Sidis, William James, 1898-1944 (person)

Sidis earned his Harvard AB in 1914. From the description of Midyear examination in Astronomy 4, February 7, 1912. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77074980 ...

Southard, E. E. (person)

Myers, Edwin F. (person)

Holcombe, A. N. (person)

New Hampshire Bar Association (corporateBody)

Cutter, Irving S. (person)

Hadzsits, George Depue, 1875-1954 (person)

Hall, F.M. (person)

Stacy, Thomas Harwood (person)

Foundation for Economic Education, inc. (corporateBody)

Private American organization promoting laissez-faire economics. From the description of Foundation for Economic Education miscellaneous correspondence, 1973-1986. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123429916 Biographical/Historical Note Private American organization promoting laissez-faire economics. From the guide to the Foundation for Economic Education miscellaneous correspondence, 1973-1986, (Hoover Instituti...

Freedman, Harry L. (person)

McNair, Arnold Duncan McNair, Baron, 1885-1975 (person)

Blair, Paxton, 1892- (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Reminiscences of Paxton Blair : oral history, 1949. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309721334 ...

Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation (corporateBody)

Holcombe, A. R. (person)

Stechert, G. E. (person)

Hugo, T. W. (person)

Oliver, Allen L. (Allen Louis) (person)

Sack, Hermann (person)

Milton Masonic Club (corporateBody)

Blodgett, George L. (person)

Washington State Bar Aseociation (corporateBody)

Massachusetts Bar (corporateBody)