Paul A. Freund papers


Paul A. Freund papers


The Papers of Paul Freund consist of materials related to his work as government lawyer, author, teacher, authority on Constitutional Law, and as a member of numerous organizations, such as the American Association of Arts and Sciences.

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Normal school chartered in 1870 in Hampton, Va. From the description of Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute ephemera, 1882-1903 and undated. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 639344721 The Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute was chartered in 1870 in Hampton, Virginia. From the guide to the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute ephemera, 1882-1903 and undated, (David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University) ...

Baucus, Max, 1941- (person)

In 2014 U.S. President Barack Obama nominated Max Sieben Baucus to be Ambassador of the United States of America to the Peoples Republic of China. He served as Ambassador from February 21, 2014 until January 19, 2017. Ambassador Baucus formerly served as the senior United States Senator from Montana. He served in the U.S. Senate from 1978 to 2014 and was Montana’s longest serving U.S. Senator as well as the third longest tenure among those serving in the U.S. Senate. While in the Senate, Amba...

Brandeis University (corporateBody)

Private research university with liberal arts focus; located in Waltham, Mass. From the description of Brandeis University correspondence, 1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 733080419 From the description of Brandeis University records, 1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 733069438 Collection materials date from 1923-2009, with the bulk of the collection being published during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939. These rich resources detail the politics, economics, ...

Hart, Henry Melvin, Jr., 1904-1969 (person)

Henry Melvin Hart, Jr. was born on December 25, 1904 in Butte, Montana to Henry Melvin and Mary (Tyson) Hart. He earned an A.B. summa cum laude from Harvard College in 1926; an LL.B. magna cum laude in 1930; an S.J.D. in 1931; and an LL.D. from Columbia University in 1954. He married Mary Jane White on December 3, 1932, with whom he had 1 daughter, Elizabeth Tyson. He was admitted to the Washington, D.C. Bar in 1939 and served as a law clerk to Justice Brandeis on the U.S. Supreme Court...

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Massachusetts Historical Society (corporateBody)

Bundy, McGeorge, 1919-1996 (person)

McGeorge Bundy (1919-1996) was born in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the national security advisor to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He attended school at private institutions, including Dexter, Groton, and Yale University, from which he graduated first in his class with a degree in mathematics. As a junior fellow at Harvard University, Bundy changed his specialization to international relations. After serving in U.S. Army Intelligence during World War II, during which he rose...

Chafee, Zechariah, 1885-1957 (person)

Chafee was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and graduated from Brown University, where he was a member of Alpha Delta Phi, in 1907. Later, he received a law degree from Harvard University, completing his LL.B. in 1913. He was influenced by the theories of sociological Jurisprudence presented by Roscoe Pound and others at Harvard. He met Harold J. Laski, a political scientist and later a leader of the United Kingdom's Labour Party, who became a lifelong friend, there. He practiced at the law fir...

Hastie, William Henry, Jr., 1904-1976 (person)

William Henry Hastie Jr. (November 17, 1904 – April 14, 1976) was an American lawyer, judge, educator, public official, and civil rights advocate. He was the first African American to serve as Governor of the United States Virgin Islands, as a federal judge, and as a federal appellate judge. He served as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and previously served as District Judge of the District Court of the Virgin Islands. Hastie was born ...

American Philosophical Society (corporateBody)

Benjamin Franklin founded the American Philosophical Society in 1743 in Philadelphia, patterning it after the Royal Society of London. It's purpose was the promotion of the study of science and the practical arts of agriculture, engineering trades, and manufactures. Subjects of today's "philosophy" were generally excluded from the societies of the 17th and 18th centuries and the word "philosophy" meant to them "love of knowledge," and was essentially the equivalent of today's "science." Interest...

American Jewish Historical Society (corporateBody)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (corporateBody)

The Department of General Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) did not officially exist until 1882. Courses in general studies were offered as early as 1865, when the MIT Catalog offered a curriculum option called the Course in Science and Literature. At that time, all regular MIT students were required to take “general studies” classes from the Course in Science and Literature, in addition to English, history, and modern languages. In 1882 the Course in Scienc...

Columbia University (corporateBody)

The Columbia University community and administration mobilized to the fullest extent in answer to the entry of the United States into World War I. Summed up by President Nicholas Murray Butler in the 1918 Annual Report, the effects of the war on the University were far-reaching: "Students by the hundred and prospective students by the thousand entered the military, naval, or civil service of the United States; teachers and administrative officers to the number of nearly four hundred...

Burger, Warren E., 1907-1995 (person)

Chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; d. 1995. From the description of Papers, 1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 34149469 Chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; died 1995. From the description of Warren E. Burger introduction, 1976. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983627 ...

Ferguson, Clarence Clyde, 1924-1983 (person)

On November 4, 1924, Clarence Clyde Ferguson was born to Clarence Clyde and Georgeva (Owens) Ferguson. From 1942-1946, he served in the United States Army and was decorated with a Bronze Star. In 1948, he earned an A.B. from Ohio State University and in 1951 earned an LL.B. from Harvard University. In 1951 he also earned admission to the Bar of Massachusetts. From 1951- 1952, Ferguson was a Teaching Fellow at Harvard Law School and Harvard College. Additionally, he was a U.S. representativ...

Farrand, Stephen M. (person)

Stendahl, Krister (person)

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

The Union Club of Boston, Inc. (corporateBody)

Reavis, Lincoln (person)

Vasquez, Stephen W. (person)

Borgeson, Earl C. (person)

Larkin, Thomas, III (person)

De Meyer, Jan (person)

Kaysen, Carl (person)

Carl Kaysen (b. 1920), economist, educator, and government official, was a professor at Harvard University from 1946 to 1966. He served the Kennedy administration as Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from1961 to 1963. Kaysen held the post of Director of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University from 1966 to 1976. From the description of Kaysen, Carl, 1920- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10581293 ...

American Association of Universities. (corporateBody)

Goldsmith, William M. (person)

Abbott, William S. (person)

Wagner, W. J. (person)

Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965 (person)

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

Keul, Elizabeth H. (person)

Pasachoff, Jay M. (person)

Marshall Club (Harvard Law School) (corporateBody)

Groner, Duncan L. (Duncan Lawrence), 1873-1957 (person)

Marquis Who's Who. Inc. (corporateBody)

Daly, George S., Jr. (person)

Bloch Publishing Company. (corporateBody)

The Bloch Publishing Company has been a family-owned book publishing company for four generations. In 1854 Edward Bloch (1829-1906) established the company. His son Charles E. Bloch (1861-1940) succeeded him and headed the business for sixty years. His son Edward H. Bloch (1898-1982) subsequently managed the company for forty years. As of 1999, the firm is under management of Edward H. Bloch's son, Charles Bloch. This company specializes in publications in the fields of Judaica and Hebraica. ...

University of Colorado Chorus (corporateBody)

Fred Hellems, who compiled the two-page list of admission and graduation requirements of U.S. universities, was a Canadian who came to the University of Colorado as a Latin professor in 1898. He served as Dean of Arts and Sciences from 1899 until his death in 1929, and also was acting President in 1927-1928. [Source: A Guide to Manuscript Collections, Western Historical Collections, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2nd ed., c1982, p. 43.]. From the description of Records and correspo...

Ryan, George E. (person)

Smith, James W. (person)

Worcester Foundation (person)

Hursch, Robert D. (person)

Epstein, Henry (person)

Armstrong, Rodney (person)

Western Reserve University (corporateBody)

Mulford, John (person)

Meserve, Robert W (person)

McNulty, Theodore P. (person)

Wheeler, Harvey, 1918-2004 (person)

John Harvey Wheeler was born in Waco, Texas on October 17, 1918. He died in Santa Barbara, California on September 6, 2004. CSDI: Staff, 1961-1964; Fellow/Senior Fellow, 1965-1975; Program Director, 1969-1975. He taught political science at Harvard, Johns Hopkins and Washington & Lee University before coming to the Center. From the description of Harvey Wheeler Papers, [ca. 1940s-1990s] (bulk dates 1950s-1970s) (University of California, Santa Barbara). WorldCat record id: 212433...

Hudson, Manley O. (Manley Ottmer), 1886-1960 (person)

Epithet: Professor of International Law Harvard University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001137.0x000133 Law professor, judge, international mediator, legal scholar. Prof., U. of Mo. Law School, 1910-1919, Harvard L.S., 1919-1954. Attached to American Comm. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-1919. Member, legal section of League of Nations Secretariat, 1922-1933. Appointed member, Permanent Court of Arbitration,...

Fly, James L. (person)

Engel, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), 1924- (person)

Attorney; judge of the 14th Judicial Circuit of Michigan (1967-1970); United States District Judge for the Western District of Michigan (1971-1973); judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1974-2002). From the description of Albert J. Engel, Jr. papers, 1971-2002. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 82029482 Judge Albert J. Engel was born in Lake City, Michigan, on March 21, 1924, the son of the late Congressman and Mrs. Albe...

Kaden, Lewis. (person)

Turnbull, William W. (William Watson), 1919-1987 (person)

Blaustein, Albert P., 1921-1994 (person)

Taylor, Harold (person)

Schwartz, Ivo E. (person)

Blakey, G. Robert (George Robert), 1936- (person)

Meyer, Howard N. (person)

Abel, Georgie (Powell) (person)

Hartman, Gary. (person)

Klein, Michael (person)

Hotaling, N. L. (person)

Dean, Thom Alan (person)

Miller, Robert N. (Robert Naham), 1949- (person)

Cornell Law Quarterly (corporateBody)

King, John W. (Geologist) (person)

Albert, Charles T. (person)

Gorga, Carmine, 1935- (person)

Lachman, Frederick R. (person)

Ludwig, Ken (person)

Ken Ludwig, playwright. From the description of Sullivan & Gilbert: typescript, 1982. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 86164355 From the description of Lend me a tenor: a comedy: typescript, 1988. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122687184 ...

Shestack, Jerome J. (person)

Shapiro, David, 1946-.... (person)

Cahn, Lenore (person)

Morgan Memorial Inc. Goodwill Centers (corporateBody)

Ferry, Frederick C. (Frederick Carlos), 1868-1956 (person)

Frederick Carlos Ferry (1868-1956) was born in Braintree, Vt., and graduated from Williams College in 1891. He served as Latin, Greek and mathematics instructor at the College from 1891 to 1894 before receiving an M.A. from Harvard University and a Ph. D. from Clark University. Ferry returned to Williams in 1899 to teach mathematics. Beginning in 1902, he also served as the College's Dean. He left Williams in 1917 to become President of Hamilton College. From the description of Paper...

Law in American Society Foundation (corporateBody)

Sachar, Abram Leon, 1899-1993 (person)

Rosenberg, Maurice, 1919-1995 (person)

Gould, Jack (person)

United Jewish Appeal (corporateBody)

Muskie, Edmund S., 1914-1996 (person)

Governor of Maine, U.S. senator, U.S. secretary of state, of Waterville, Me.; d. 1996. From the description of Christmas card, 1957. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70926049 United States senator from Maine. From the description of Address : at water symposium, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1966 June 15. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 33841361 Politician, governor of Maine, U.S. senator from Maine, and U.S. Secretary of State; d....

Sheth, Jagdish. N (person)

Thorne, Samuel E. (person)

West Publishing (corporateBody)

Lawrence, Charles R., III (person)

Society of Fellows (corporateBody)

Rupp, Hans, 1907- (person)

Hankin, Charlotte (person)

Paisley Press (corporateBody)


Arntzen, Sven (person)

Boudin, Leonard B. (person)

National Committee for the Resoration of the John Marshall House (corporateBody)

Parry, Clive (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 (...

Helge, Ralph K. (person)

Schmid, Rene M. (person)

Alton W. Wiley (person)

Levy, David W. (person)

Claitor's Book Store (corporateBody)

Woodward, C. Vann (Comer Vann), 1908-1999 (person)

Topkis, Jay H. (person)

Eagleton, Clyde, 1891-1958 (person)

Cover, Robert M. (person)

See The Nation (corporateBody)

Thompson, Kenneth W., 1921-2013 (person)

Director of the White Burkett Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. From the description of Kenneth W. Thompson papers [manuscript], 1972-1999. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647905128 Kenneth W. Thompson (1921- ), educational director, author, editor, social science educator. He was former director of the International Relations Program for the Rockefeller Foundation and Director of the Miller Center at the University of Virginia. ...

Brandon, Edmund J. (person)

Smedresman, Ruth (person)

Weisskopf, Victor F. (person)

Boughey, Lynn M. (person)

Ewing, Raymond C., 1936- (person)

Pette, Charles E. (person)

Sharwood, Robin (person)

Talbot, Charles H. (person)

McLelland, Mrs. Fletcher A. (person)

Swang, Alfred (person)

Klubock, Daniel (person)

Kohlmeier, Louis M., 1926-.... (person)

Donald, Aïda DiPace. (person)

Smith, B. J. (Brian John), 1935- (person)

The John H. Prentice mansion was located at 1 Grace Court in the Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. The mansion was built for John H. Prentice (1803-1881), a businessman and owner of Prentice's Stores, a series of warehouses that were located on the piers that once lined the Brooklyn side of the East River. Prentice served as president of the Brooklyn Board of Water Commissioners, was one of the first Parks Commissioners in Brooklyn, and was treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Eas...

Kennedy, John F. (person)

Wilbur Van Zile was born August 24, 1904 in New Jersey and at an early age he traveled with his family across the United States, settling in California. Mr. Van Zile always had an interest in short wave radio and dentistry, keeping an active on-the-air radio status and updated licenses; and excelling in dentistry while improving methods for maxillofacial surgery. After earning his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) in 1928 and completing his undergraduate work from the Unive...

Ervin, Sam J. (Sam James), 1896-1985 (person)

Ervin was a North Carolina member of the Senate Judiciary Committee. From the description of TLS, 1968 October 8, Washington, D.C. to Bishop Earl G. Hunt / Sam J. Ervin, Jr. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 43052717 Samuel James Ervin, Jr., was a Burke County, N.C., attorney, North Carolina legislator, judge, U.S. senator, and long-time champion of civil liberties. Ervin was first appointed to the N.C. General Assembly in 1923, where he also served in 1925 an...

Carrona, James J. (person)

Laug, Minerva (person)

Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas (corporateBody)

Goldmark, John and Sally (person)

Lash, Joseph P., 1909-1987 (person)

Joseph P. Lash (1909-1987), personal friend of Eleanor Roosevelt, was the author of several works on the Roosevelts. He was active in various youth organizations in the 1930s and 1940s, and worked as a United Nations correspondent and assistant editor of the New York Post. In 1972, Lash received the Pulitzer Prize for his book, Eleanor and Franklin, and later wrote the sequel titled The Years Alone. From the description of Lash, Joseph P., 1909-1987 (U.S. National Archives and Record...

Homans, William P. (person)

Mazumder, Dipak (person)

Arps, Leslie H. and Ruth (person)

Hollands, John H. (person)

Evans, Bruce D. (person)

Washburn, Richard Kirk (person)

STONE, HARLAN F. (person)

Jones, Vivienne (person)

Rosenberg, Beatrice (person)

Government lawyer Rosenberg was chief of the appellate section in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice for 29 years before joining the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's appellate litigation section in 1972. While at the Justice Department she argued more than 30 cases before the Supreme Court. She retired from government service in 1979. From the description of Papers, 1946-1966(inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008224 ...

Dick, Barrett (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...

Alex, Rissa (person)

Stevens, John Paul, 1920-2019 (person)

John Paul Stevens (April 20, 1920 – July 16, 2019) was an American lawyer and jurist who served as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1975 until his voluntary retirement in 2010. At the time of his retirement, he was the second-oldest-serving justice in the history of the court and the third-longest-serving justice. At the time of his death, he was the longest lived Supreme Court justice ever. His long tenure saw him write for the court on most issues of American law, ...

Carr, Cecil T. (person)

Mark H. Woolsey (person)

Scientific American. (corporateBody)

Terry, Charles. (person)

Manfred, Ernest, F. (person)

Cutler, Arnold R. (person)

Ewing, Thomas, 1862-1942 (person)

Russo, Frank (person)

Kass, Rudolph (person)

Cornell College (corporateBody)

Carney, Paul G. (person)

Barber, Charles (person)

Lawrence, John E. (Guitarist) (person)

Powell, Richard R. (Richard Roy), 1890-1982 (person)

MacKenzie, John P. (person)

Vermont Bar Association (corporateBody)

Siegler, Michael H. (person)

Ginsburg, David, 1963-.... (person)

Monzon, Leoncio B. (person)

Sacks, Albert M. (person)

Thornton, J. Edward (person)

Spence, Greggory Keith (person)

Denman, Clara (Mrs. D. S.) (person)

Smith, Madge and Marvin (person)

Rubin, Alvin B. (person)

Shamski, Estelle E. (person)

Carmichael, Donald S. (Donald Scott) (person)

Stone, Lewis Bart (person)

Keogh, Eugene (person)

Mehran, Masud R. (person)

Levinson, David (person)

Strider, Robert E. (person)

Ben-Avi, Joanne (person)

Malkin, Peter L. (person)

Bennett, Robert W. (Robert William), 1941- (person)

Mayer, Martin (person)

Epithet: of New York British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000210.0x00028d ...

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, ...

Ruben, Hildegarde (person)

Christy, Nicholas P. (person)

Glueck, Nelson, 1900-1972 (person)

Rabbi, archaeologist, and president of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and director of the American Schools of Oriental Research; d. 1972. From the description of Papers, 1918-1970. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70960621 Nelson Glueck served as Director of the American Schools of Oriental Research from 1936-1940. From the description of Expedition to Palestine; as related in the American Schools of Oriental Research Newsletter, 1939-1940. (Unk...

Armstrong, Hamilton (person)

Scott, Randall (person)

United States. Office of the Solicitor General (corporateBody)

Public Affairs Committee (corporateBody)

Bressler, Bernard (person)

Wolstenholme, G. E. W. (Gordon Ethelbert Ward) (person)

Caedmon Recordings (corporateBody)

Dobin, Paul (person)

Watson, James D. (person)

Ellmann, Erwin B. (person)

Public Research, Syndicated (corporateBody)

Sipe, Richard V. (person)

Feinberg, Wilfred (person)

Mazumder, Lakshmi (person)

Virginia. Division of Statutory Research and Drafting (corporateBody)

Ginsburg, Arnold R. (person)

Fainsod, Elizabeth Johnny (Mrs. Merle) (person)

Stout, Wayne (person)

Germani, Elia (person)

Pulling, Arthur Clement (person)

Shklar, Judith N. (person)

Judith Nisse Shklar was an eminent political theorist and a pioneering female faculty member at Harvard University. From the description of Papers of Judith N. Shklar, 1950-1992. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77071897 Shklar earned her Harvard PhD in 1955. From the description of Vico and Descartes / [Judith N. Shklar] January 1951. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512813 Judith Nisse Shklar (1928-1992) was an eminent...

Center for Law in the Public Interest (corporateBody)

Vile, M. J. C. (person)

Carswell Company Limited (corporateBody)

Plaut, James S. (person)

Owens, Joseph T. (person)

Methvin, Eugene H. (person)

Schwering, Walter M. (person)

Doskow, Ambrose (person)

Newsweek, inc. (corporateBody)

In 1970 a number of women working in Newsweek's editorial departments complained about sex discrimination; in response Newsweek issued a "Memorandum of Understanding," affirming its commitment to nondiscrimination. From the description of Memorandum, 1973. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007819 Newsweek, Inc. donated its research archive of approximately 3000 linear feet to the Center for American History in 2001. In 1933, concurrent with the magazine's birth, N...

Pokross, David R. (person)

Campbell, Robert F. (person)

Stewart, Irvin, 1899-1990 (person)

C. B. Putnam (person)

Houston Bar Association. Committee on Lectures and Institutes (corporateBody)

Fisk, J. B. (person)

World Publishing Company. (corporateBody)

In 1905, Alfred H. Cahen opened the Commercial Bookbinding Company in Cleveland and acquired the World Syndicate Publishing Company in 1928. His company then began publishing Bibles, dictionaries, and children's books and went public with a stock issue in 1929. By 1940, when the name was changed to The World Publishing Company, it had become the largest publisher of Bibles and dictionaries in the United States. Two reprint lines, Tower Books (sold at $.49) and Forum Books (sold at $1.00) were la...

Hartman, Mary N. (person)

Archibald Cox (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...

Irons, Peter (person)

Klausner, Bertram (person)

Cousins, Norman (person)

Biography Cousins was born on June 24, 1915 in Union Hill, New Jersey; attended Teachers College, Columbia University; began working at New York post as the education editor, 1934-35; worked at Current history as book reviewer, literary editor, and managing editor, 1935-40; married Eleanor (Ellen) Kopf in 1939; executive editor (1940-42), and editor-in-chief (1942-71) of Saturday Review Of Literature, later known as Saturday Review; editor of...

Herrup, Eve Braverman (person)

Sharaf, James A. (person)

Fritchey, Clayton (person)

Columnist. From the description of Reminiscences of Clayton Fritchey : oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122569932 ...

Keane, Edward W. (person)

Petti, Louise and Ronald (person)

Savage, Arthur (person)

Jack Donald Foner (1910-1999) was an American historian best known for writing histories of the labor movement and the struggle for civil rights. Philip S. Foner (1910–1994) was a Marxist labor historian and teacher, best remembered for his 10-volume History of the Labor Movement in the United States. Max Yergan (1892-1975) was an African American activist, once a Communist and leader of the National Negro Congress, the International Committee on African Affairs in 1937, later the Council on Afr...

West, John G., 1943- (person)

Gambrell, David (person)

F. Jack Adams (person)

Frank Licht (person)

Logan, James K. (person)

James Kenneth Logan was born in Quenemo, KS, in 1929 and graduated from the University of Kansas in 1952. He received his law degree from Harvard University in 1955 and served as Professor (1957-1968) and Dean (1961-1968) at the University of Kansas School of Law. After nine years of private practice in Kansas, he was nominated by President Carter and subsequently received his commission as a judge to the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. He completed almost 21 years in that capacity...

Glaser, Robert J. (person)

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

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

Green, William S. (person)

Houser, Elter N. (person)

Ronald Berman (person)

Thomas, H. M (person)

Katzen, Bernard (person)

Chayes, Abraham (person)

Allis, Frederick S., Jr. (person)

Strayer, B. L. (person)

Government Printing Office (corporateBody)

Peterson, Peter G. (person)

Peter George Peterson (b. 1926) was an investment company executive and government official. He served as Assistant to President Kennedy for International Economic Affairs from 1961 to 1963, and he was Secretary of Commerce during the Nixon administration, from 1972 to 1973. He also served as Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs under President Nixon, and was Executive Director of the Council on International Economic Policy (CIEP). From the description of Pe...

Mavrinac, Albert A. (person)

Topkins, Elliott (person)

Richard E. Dill (person)

Boudin, Michael, 1939- (person)

Goodale, James C. (person)

Yale University. Films (corporateBody)

Kistiakowsky, George B. (person)

Homling ?, Eric (person)

Murrah, Alfred P. (person)

O'Toole, Frank (person)

Miller, William B. (person)

Scher, Martin H. (person)

National Science Foundation. Committee on the National Medal of Science. (corporateBody)

Schwab, Nelson (person)

Finney, Lynne D., 1941- (person)

Markus, Elizabeth (person)

United States Senate. Select Committee on Intelligence (corporateBody)

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Probstein, J. G. (Jacob G.), 1894- (person)

Jacob G. Probstein (1894-1993) received his bachelor's and medical degree (1917) from Loyola University in Chicago. He served his internship at New Grant Hospital in Chicago (1917-1918). He was assistant in medicine at St. Louis University in 1919. He began his medical practice in St. Louis in 1922. He had a long association with both Jewish Hospital in St. Louis and Washington University School of Medicine. He also was associated with other hospitals, Barnes Hospital (1941-) and Ho...

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Weinard, Ruth (person)

Mortensen, David (person)

Fulda, Carl H. (person)

Wheaton College (corporateBody)

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Cowan, Arthur W. A. (person)

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Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. (corporateBody)

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Durr, Clifford J. (person)

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Jackson, William E. (person)

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Kozol, Joel A. (person)

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Indiana State Teachers College. Sigma Phi Epsilon (corporateBody)

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Rosenblith, Walter A. (person)

H.W. Wilson Company. (corporateBody)

Currie, Brainerd (person)

Brainerd Currie was born on December 20, 1912, in Macon Georgia. He graduated from Augusta Junior College, in Augusta Georgia, then received an LL.B. from Mercer University in 1935. He taught first at Mercer, then at Wake Forest College, before resuming his studies at Columbia Law School, where he earned an LL.M. in 1941 and a J.Sc.D. in 1955. After briefly serving on the Law Faculty at the University of Georgia, Currie worked during World War II in the Offices of Price ...

Indiana university press (corporateBody)

Founded in 1950 in Bloomington, Indiana, the Indiana University Press is a an academic publisher specializing in the humanities and social sciences. The majority of publications emphasize scholarship, but the the press also publishes text, trade, and reference titles. From the guide to the Indiana University Press mss. II, ca. 1950-1969, (Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)) ...

MacDonald, Vincent (person)

Atkinson, David N. (David Neal), 1940- (person)

Colby College (corporateBody)

Eliot, Thomas H. (Thomas Hopkinson), 1907-1991 (person)

Educator. From the description of Reminiscences of Thomas Hopkinson Eliot : oral history, 1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122587174 Eliot earned his Harvard AB in 1928 and his LLB in 1932. From the description of Examination papers in history, government, and economics, May 1928. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77075776 Democratic Representative from the 9th Congressional District in Massachusetts, 1941-...

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Weis, Joseph F (person)

Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Inc. (corporateBody)

Compston, Christine L. (person)

Christine L. Compston, WWU administrator, 2007- ; AB (1971) Mount Holyoke College, MA (1975), PhD (1986) University of New Hampshire. From the description of Christine L. Compston collection, 2009-[ongoing] (Western Washington University). WorldCat record id: 444815066 ...

Stanton, Frank, Dr. (person)

Advisory Council for Apellante Justice (corporateBody)

Murphy, Cornelius F. (person)

Carter, Sanford I. (person)

Ginty, James B. (person)

Gardner, James A. (person)

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United Kingdom national committee of comparative law (corporateBody)

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Ulam, Adam B. (person)

Wilson, Leo J. (person)

Neal, Alfred Clarence (person)

Jaffe, Sanford (person)

Hauser, Gustave M. (person)

Catholic University of America (corporateBody)

The Catholic University of America (CUA) is a private university located in Washington, D.C. in the United States. It is a pontifical university of the Catholic Church in the United States and the only institution of higher education founded by the U.S. Catholic bishops.[7] Established in 1887 as a graduate and research center following approval by Pope Leo XIII on Easter Sunday,[8] the university began offering undergraduate education in 1904. The university's campus lies within the Brookland n...

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Segal, Robert E. (person)

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Christiansen, J. A. (person)

Kruse, Clifton B. (person)

Kass, Judith (person)

Bayha, Julia M. (person)

Callahan, Daniel (person)

World Affairs Council (corporateBody)

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Reuss, Henry S. (person)

U.S. Representative (Dem.) from the 5th Congressional District of Wisconsin, 1955-1982. From the description of Henry S. Reuss Peace Corps Records, 1957-1980, bulk 1960-1961. (Marquette University Raynor Memorial Library). WorldCat record id: 30693315 U.S. Representative from the 5th Congressional District of Wisconsin, 1955-1982. From the description of Henry S. Reuss Menominee Indian Records, 1952-1979, undated. (Marquette University Raynor Memorial Library). W...

Murdock, Eleanor E. (person)

Ryan, Jean (person)

Moss, Lawrence (person)

Rostow, Eugene V. (person)

Niles, Russell D. (Russell Denison), 1902-1992 (person)

Wilson, Edward Osborne, 1929- (person)

Living on Earth (LOE) is the weekly environmental news magazine and information program distributed by National Public Radio since April 1991. The recipient of several prestigious awards, LOE is about the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the land on which we live. Its award-winning reporters examine all aspects of the environment by broadcasting news, features, interviews, and commentaries on a broad range of ecological issues that affect our lives: culture, economics, fashion, health, th...

Sexton, J. J. O'Brien (John Joseph O'Brien), 1866- (person)

Education Development Center (Cambridge, MA) (corporateBody)

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Lydenberg, John (person)

McNamara, Robert M., Jr. (person)

Bennett, Robert W. (Robert William), 1941- (person)

Glenn, John S. (person)

Bradburn, Norman M. (person)

University Publications of America (Firm) (corporateBody)

Common Cause (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Common Cause is a non-profit advocacy organization committed to honest, open and accountable government and participation in the democratic process. The group was founded in 1970 by John Gardner, who served as the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under President Lyndon B. Johnson and later as chairman of the National Urban Coalition. Originally created with the intention of representing citizens’ interests in Washington, the group soon became a vehicle for protesting the Vietnam War. ...

Bardelmeier, Sylvia (person)

Israel Center for the Advancement of Human Culture (corporateBody)

Crusade for Children (corporateBody)

Jerome Stone (person)

Goldsen, Rose K. (person)

Dimond, Mary Clark (person)

Foote, Edward T. (person)

Martin, Richard K. (person)

Garfield, Helen (person)

Gray, Bradford H., 1942-.... (person)

Choate Club (corporateBody)

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Baker, Russell T., Jr. (person)

Gaudet, Michel (person)

Schwebel, Stephen M. (Stephen Myron), 1929- (person)

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Commission on the bicentennial of the United States constitution (corporateBody)

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Leggat, Richard D. (person)

Wedderburn, Kenneth William (person)

Simonds, Jerome (person)

Standley, Anne (person)

Civil Liberties Research Service (corporateBody)

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Levitas, Mitchel (person)

Berggren, Ronald B., 1931- (person)

Snee, Joseph M., .... (person)

Lurie, Jonathan, 1939- (person)

Lurie earned his Harvard AB in 1961. From the description of Reality of the impossible / by Jonathan Lurie. [1961] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228513138 ...

Mono Book Company (corporateBody)

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Cornell Law Review (corporateBody)

The American Journal of Comparative Law (corporateBody)

Barrier, W. Christopher, 1942- (person)

Woodward, R. (Richard) (person)

William B. Eldridge (person)

Frampton, George, 1860-1928 (person)

English sculptor and craftsman. From the description of Autograph letter signed : London, to Joan Severn, 1912 Jan. 31. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 763181198 From the description of Autograph letter signed : London, to Joan Severn, 1912 June 25. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 763182592 ...

Andrews, William D. (person)

Lumbard, J. Edward. (person)

Judge. From the description of Reminiscences of Joseph Edward Lumbard, Jr. : oral history, 1977. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122513811 Lawyer, Judge. From the description of Reminiscences of J. Edward Lumbard : oral history, 1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86147661 ...

Morrison, J. S. (person)

Voss, John (person)

Sendor, Ben (person)

Gilbert, Robin (person)

Tarbox, John W. (person)

Guttentag, Joseph H. (person)

Goodrich, Herbert F. (person)

Reavley, Thomas M. (person)

Sacks, Howard R. (person)

Bearn, Alexander G. (person)

Rogers, William P. (person)

Pollak, Walter (person)

Billington, James Hadley, 1929-2018 (person)

James Hadley Billington (b. June 1, 1929, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania-d. November 20, 2018, Washington, D.C.) served as Librarian of Congress from 1987 to 2015....

Walmsley, David J. (person)

Stern, David S. (person)

Nields, John W. (person)

Stappert, Bernard H. (person)

Greven, John J. (person)

Rediker, J. Michael (person)

Decsi, Henry Charles, Jr. (person)

Kaplan, Martin S. (person)

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Robbe, Charles W. (person)

Jones, Joseph L. (person)

Thomas, Charles A., Jr. (person)

Caffrey, Thomas F. (person)

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Jamestown Bar Association (corporateBody)

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Hand, Augustus Noble, 1869-1954 (person)

Rosenblatt, Roger. (person)

Bailey, Kenneth H. (person)

Klass, Morris (person)

Abbott, Anthony (person)

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Books for Israel (corporateBody)

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Duke, Daniel (person)

Cambridge University Jewish Society (corporateBody)

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Magruder, Calvert, 1893-1968 (person)

Law teacher, judge, government adviser. LL.B., Harvard Law School, 1916; Professor, 1920-1939; Lecturer, 1947-1959. General Counsel, NLRB, 1934-1935. General Counsel, Wage and Hour Div.,Dept. Labor, 1938-1939. Judge, U.S. Circ. App. (1st), 1939-1948; Chief Judge, 1948-1959. Chairman, U.S. Labor Mission to Bolivia, 1959-1960. Co-editor of Cases on the Law of Partnership and Other Unincorporated Business Associations (1923, etc.). From the description of Papers of Calvert Magruder, 192...

Selmi, Michael L. (person)

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Daniel Bell (person)

Marilyn A. Willis (person)

Lowell House (corporateBody)

Taubeneck, Theodore D. (person)

Singman, Julian (person)

Maher, Thomas (person)

Richard Heimberg (person)

The American Institute for Public Service (corporateBody)

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Dickinson, William E. (person)

Putzel, Henry, Jr. (person)

United Nations Association of Greater Boston and the Massachusetts Division (corporateBody)

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Henry Regency Company (corporateBody)

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Niebuhr, Christopher (person)

Cashman, George W. (person)

Fleming, James Jr. (person)

Program of Instruction for Lawyers (corporateBody)

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Moore, James (person)

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Juristic Society (Phildelphia, PA) (corporateBody)

Crowder, Troy F. (person)

Frank, Howard A. (person)

Heller, Louis B. (Louis Benjamin), 1905-1993 (person)

Louis Benjamin Heller (February 10, 1905 – October 30, 1993) was an American lawyer and politician. A member of the Democratic Party, he notably served in the U.S. House of Representatives from New York's 7th (1949-1953) and 8th (1953-1954) congressional districts. Born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, he attended the public schools there before graduating from Fordham Law School. Heller was admitted to the bar in 1927 and commenced the practice of law in Brooklyn. He served as a special ...

University of Basutoland, Bechuanaland Protectorate and Swaziland (corporateBody)

Simmons, Adele (person)

Viking Press Inc. (corporateBody)

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Wilson, W. Cody (person)

Georgetown Law Journal Association (corporateBody)

Goodhart, C. A. E. (Charles Albert Eric) (person)

Mansfield, John (person)

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Graubard, Stephen (person)

Sheridan, Thomas R. (person)

Boston Legal Aid Society (person)

Dunbar, Walter (person)

Shepherd University (corporateBody)

Nordlinger, H. H. (person)

Lyons, Dennis (person)

Hocking, William Ernest (person)

Congressional Quarterly, Inc (corporateBody)

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Klein, Larry (person)

American Ditchley Foundation (corporateBody)

Universities Committee on Post-war International Problems (corporateBody)

Organized to encourage informed discussion, especially in colleges and universities, of the international problems of the peace settlements of World War II and the post-war years; headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts; associated with the World Peace Foundation; chairman: Ralph Barton Perry; probable years of existence: 1942-1945; produced pamphlet series [1943]-1945 called "Problem." From the description of Collection, 1943-1945. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat rec...

National Lawyers Guild (corporateBody)

The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) was founded in 1937 as an association of progressive lawyers and jurists who believed that lawyers had a major role to play in reconstructing legal values by emphasizing human rights over property rights. From its inception, the Guild welcomed into its ranks all members of the profession without regard to race, gender or ethnic identity; it was the first national legal professional association to do so. Since its founding, the Guild has been instrumental in leadi...

Kupcinet, Irv (person)

Guggeheim Foundation (corporateBody)

Manoff, Marcus (person)

Arnold, Richard S. (Richard Sheppard), 1936-2004 (person)

Arkansas lawyer and judge and unsuccessful candidate in 1966 and 1972 for election to the 4th District seat in the U.S. Congress. From the description of Richard S. Arnold 1966 campaign materials collection, 1966-1972 (bulk 1966). (Arkansas History Commission). WorldCat record id: 230731564 From the description of Richard S. Arnold 1972 campaign materials collection, 1972. (Arkansas History Commission). WorldCat record id: 230732185 ...

Tapp, June L. (person)

LIEB, ALFRED (person)

Wyatt, Wilson A. (person)

Swados, Robert O. (person)

Fossier, Michael (person)

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P.) (corporateBody)

Frye, Alton (person)

Presidential Senior Fellow Emeritus at the Council on Foreign Relations. From the description of Oral history interviewee with Alton Frye, 2007. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 739478838 ...

Rogers-Kingsbury, Linda (person)

Surrey, Stanley S. (person)

Ku, Min-chuan. (person)

Stratton, J. A. (person)

Joint Commission on Social Action (corporateBody)

Cantor, Arthur, 1920-2001 (person)

Grenier ?, Pat, Ed, Toy and Edward III (person)

Adrienne Salem (person)

Finnell, Steven (person)

Taft, Robert, 1917-1993 (person)

Lawyer, state legislator, and U.S. representative and senator from Ohio; grandson of President William Howard Taft and son of U.S. senator Robert Alphonso Taft (1889-1953); full name: Robert Alphonso Taft, Jr.; d. 1993. From the description of Papers, 1897-1993 (bulk 1963-1976). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 34576613 Lawyer, state legislator, and U.S. representative and senator from Ohio. Grandson of President William Howard Taft and son of U.S. Senator Robert Alphonso Taft...

Finley, M.I. (Moses I.), 1912-1986 (person)

Sicher, Edward (person)

Posnak, Bruce A. (person)

Baily, Harold J. (person)

Henry Holt and Company. (corporateBody)

Henry Holt was born on January 3, 1840 in Baltimore, Maryland. He was educated at General Prosser’s school in New Haven before attending Yale University. Although he graduated from Columbia University School of Law in 1864, Holt was fascinated by literature and decided to enter the publishing world. He started his first company, Leypoldt and Holt in 1866. In 1873 Leypoldt retired and the firm became Henry Holt and Co. His most popular series was the Leisure Hour series, launched in 1872. Later i...

Achauer, Reed D. (person)

Abe Fortas (person)

Lipset, Seymour Martin (person)

American sociologist and political scientist. From the description of Seymour Martin Lipset papers, 1916-1993. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123430062 ...

Cappelletti, Mauro (person)

The Evening Star. Editor (corporateBody)

Boeckel, Richard M. (person)

Lynford, Clarice B. (person)

Frank, Florence Kiper (person)

American poet, playwright and editor,1885-1976. From the description of The tired [manuscript]/ poem by Florence Kiper Frank, undated. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 174964645 ...

Bender, James William, II (person)

Columbia Oral History Project (corporateBody)

Cavallari, Giovanna (person)

Mundheim, Robert H. (person)

Bennett, William J. (William John), 1943- (person)

United States secretary of education, 1985-1988. From the description of William John Bennett speeches and writings, 1985-1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123458490 Biographical/Historical Note United States secretary of education, 1985-1988. From the guide to the William John Bennett speeches and writings, 1985-1987, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Tuck, Edward H. (person)

Mutzberg, Reinhold E. (person)

Wyzanski, Gisela Warburg (person)

Koh, Jean (person)

Rogers, Ella F. (person)

Wilkinson, Charles B. (person)

Long, Robert S. (person)

Shannon, Charles V. (person)

Clare, Robert L., 1914- (person)

Levin, A. Leo, 1919- (person)

A. Leo Levin was born in New York in 1919. He received his B.A. from Yeshiva University in 1939 where he would later serve as a visiting law professor and administrator. He then attended the University of Pennsylvania Law School and received his J.D. in 1942. After graduation, Levin served four years in the U.S. Army as a 1st Lieutenant prior to being named a University Fellow at Columbia Law School. Levin then took his first teaching job at the University of Iowa where he taught for two years b...

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...

Littell, Franklin H. (person)

Marks, Nina (person)

Jenkins, William Sumner (person)

Sammons, Jack L. (person)

Murray, John Courtney (person)

Twining, William, 1934- (person)

Solomon, Ezekiel (person)

Gueli, Vincenzo (person)

Headmasters' Association (corporateBody)

Getzen, J. C., Jr. (person)

Nozick, Robert (person)

Reid, Ross (person)

Aesculpian Club (corporateBody)

Bowie, Robert R. (person)

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (corporateBody)

Strait, George A. (person)

International Sponsoring Committee for the Chaim Weizmann Centenary Celebration (corporateBody)

Brewster, R. Wallace, 1905-1987 (person)

Miller, David (person)

Epithet: of Egerton MS 1074 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000474.0x0000a7 David Miller (1908-1977), a lawyer from the Bronx, joined the Communist Party in 1932 and sailed for Spain in April 1938. In the course the war he conducted radio broadcasts from Albacete and Madrid for the Voice of Spain. While in Spain he trained at Madrigueras and Tarazona with Edward Lending. After returning from Spain ...

Duscha, Julius (person)

Lort, Roger (person)

Smith, Young B. (person)

La Pergola, Antonio (person)

Tobias, Stephen (person)

Gizzi, John M. (person)

Krislov, Samuel (person)

Cunningham, Roger A. (person)

WABC Radio (corporateBody)

Leshem, Avshalom (person)

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Gibbons, John, 1544-1589 (person)

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Lindsay, John V. (person)

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Moron, Alonzo G. (person)

Rockefeller Brothers Fund. (corporateBody)

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund was established in 1940 by John D. 3rd, Nelson A., Laurance S., Winthrop and David Rockefeller. It makes grants to local, national, and international philanthropic organizations that depend on the general public for funds. The program also includes support for, and in some cases direct operation of, experimental or new undertakings. From the description of Archives, 1941-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 154270091 ...

Lemann, Monte (person)

Rutstein, David D (person)

David Davis Rutstein (1909-1986), S.B., 1930, Harvard College, M.D.; 1934, Harvard Medical School, Boston, joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School in 1947 as Professor of Preventive Medicine and was head of the Department of Preventive Medicine until 1969. In 1966, he was appointed the Ridley Watts Professor of Preventive Medicine, and held that position until his retirement in 1975. Rutstein's earlier appointments include serving as Chief of the Cardiac Bureau of the New York ...

Fuller, Alison (person)

Himmelstein, David U. (person)

Lou Gehrig played his entire career with the New York Yankees (1923-1939). He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1939. From the description of Gehrig : script, 2007, September / by David Himmelstein. 2007 (National Baseball Hall of Fame). WorldCat record id: 460904214 ...

Cassidy, Duane H., 1933- (person)

Clark, Sidney (person)

Syracuse University Law Review (person)

Thornburgh, Richard L. (person)

Wilson, Myron K. (person)

United States. Government Printing Office (corporateBody)

Letwin, Leon (person)

Kaufman, Sidney (person)

Sidney Kaufman was born in 1914. He was a merchant seaman working out of New York when he decided to volunteer for the International Brigades in Spain. Arriving in Spain in July 1937, Kaufman served as a runner with the British battalion, spent several months in the 35th artillery battery, and was commissar of an anti-tank battery attached to the Slavic battalion on the Aragon Front. In January 1939, when most International Brigaders were making their way out of the country, Kaufman...

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Lorenzo, David de (person)

Wilson, O. Meredith, 1909-1998 (person)

O. Meredith Wilson was born on 21 September 1909 in Chihuahua, Mexico, to Guy C. and Melissa Stevens Wilson. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1934 and received his Ph.D. from the University of California in 1943. He was named president of the University of Oregon in 1954, then became president of the University of Minnesota in 1961. From the guide to the O. Meredith Wilson papers, 1961, (J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah) Owen Meredith Wilson (1909...

Mark, Julius, 1898-1977 (person)

Borland, James P. (person)

Oakland University (corporateBody)

Schlang, Norman (person)

Doehring, Karl (person)

Goldstein, Sidney (person)

Polanyi, George (person)

Rutledge, Wiley (person)

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935 (person)

Social reformer; founder of Hull House settlement, Chicago. From the description of Letter: Hull-House, Chicago, to Louis J. Keller, Chicago, 1912 May 13. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 26496308 From the description of Letter: Hull-House, Chicago, to Paul M. Angle, Springfield, Ill., 1932 June 24. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 26496294 Founder of Hull House in Chicago. From the description of Cor...

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Hoffman, Richard G. (person)

Reitz, Curtis R. (person)

Wolff, John (person)

Gallagher, Mark E., Jr. (person)

National Conference of Bar Examiners (corporateBody)

Dudley & Borland Realtors at Harvard Square (corporateBody)

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Hollings, Ernest F. (person)

United States. Supreme Court Reporter of Decisions (corporateBody)

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Magrath, C. Peter (person)

Claude Peter Magrath was born on April 23, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of New Hampshire in 1955. Magrath began his career teaching political science at Brown University after earning his doctorate from Cornell University in 1961. There he rose from instructor to full professor in six years, and also served as an associate dean of the graduate school. He left Brown in 1968 to become dean of the College of Arts and Scien...

Robertson, John A. (John Ancona), 1943- (person)


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Katz, Stanley Nider (person)

Starke, J. G. (person)

Cropley, Charles Elmore (person)

Weinstein, Jack B. (person)

United States federal judge, Eastern District of New York. From the description of Oral history interview with Jack B. Weinstein, 2001. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 774899447 From the description of Oral history interview with Jack B. Weinstein, 2011. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 774899435 ...

Itō, Masami, 1930- (person)

Sifton, Elisabeth (person)

University of Buffalo (corporateBody)

Feinblatt, Eugene M. (person)

Salzburg Seminar. (corporateBody)

Bickel, Alexander M. (person)

Alexander Mordecai Bickel was born in 1924. He emigrated to the United States from Romania in 1938. After serving in the United States Army, he graduated from the City College of New York in 1947, and the Harvard Law School in 1949. He was a law clerk to Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1952 to 1953. Bickel was a professor at the Yale Law School from 1956 until his death in 1974. He published nine books and more than one hundred articles on law, ...

Richman, Martin (person)

Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard and Radcliffe. (corporateBody)

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...

Cahill, Robert F. (person)

Landau, Amelia (person)

Shenton, Robert (person)

Wynes, W. Anstey (William Anstey) (person)

Schneidman, Edwin S. (corporateBody)

Fletcher, A. (Abraham), 1714-1793 (person)

Stadig, Arthur L. (person)

Longsworth, Charles R. (Charles Robert), 1929- (person)

Coward, James (person)

Freund, Virigina (person)

Schifrin, Ben (person)

Wrinkle, John N. (person)

Holcomb, Harry K. (person)

Merz, Charles, 1893- (person)

Cerener?, E? rik (person)

Baris, Paul H. (person)

Conrad, William P., Jr. (person)

Barrett, Paul (Paul M.) (person)

MacChesney, Brunson (person)

Clark university Worcester, Mass. (corporateBody)

Shea, Francis M. (Francis Michael), 1905-1989 (person)

Kaplan, Thomas (person)

Bush, Jessie L. (person)

Helitzer, Jack B. (person)

New York Law School (corporateBody)

Pratt, Dana J. (person)

Whitman, Alden (person)

Alden Whitman (1913-1990), an American journalist and author, was best known for his work as chief obituary writer for The New York Times. From the description of Alden Whitman papers, 1935-1986. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122517621 From the guide to the Alden Whitman papers, 1935-1986, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) ...

Barnum, Thomas J. (person)

vom Baur, F. Trowbridge (Francis Trowbrige) (person)

DeWitt, Paul B. (person)

Sugarman, David (person)

Lasak, John (person)

Maw, Carlyle E. (person)

U.S. government official and lawyer. Full name: Carlyle Elwood Maw. Born 1903; died 1987. From the description of Carlyle E. Maw papers, 1925-1979 (bulk 1969-1979). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132907 ...

Tokikuni, Yasuo (person)

Boorstin, Ruth (person)

Steiner, Oscar H., 1896- (person)

Tesauro, Paolo (person)

Hynek, J.Allen (person)

Robertson, Stephen (Stephen Murray) (person)

Vlassis, George P. (person)

Baer, Sidney R. (person)

Kennan, George, 1845-1924 (person)

Noted traveler, lecturer, and investigative reporter. Born in Norwalk, Ohio on 16 Feb. 1845; died at Medina, N.Y. on 10 May 1924. From the description of John Henderson, artist : a psychological study, [between 1900 and 1920]. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 74336703 American journalist. From the description of George Kennan letters, 1888-1892 [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812360 From the description of Auto...

Tomlinson, Mrs. M. (person)

Lindman, Ray (person)

Gaus, John (person)

Tax, Sol (person)

Bollinger, W. D. (person)

Paik, Tow Kwang (person)

Agarwal, Shyam L. (person)

National Lawyers Committee for Soviet Jewry (corporateBody)

Virginia Law Weekly (corporateBody)

Bhagwati, P.N. (person)

Ellis, Arnold (person)

Ashe, R. Lawrence (person)

Hurley, W. H. (person)

Van Alstyne, William (person)

McKinley High School (person)

Martin, Jean, 1945-.... (person)

Epithet: junior, Rector of St André, Guernsey British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001301.0x0000d3 ...

American Bar Association. Ad Hoc Committee on the ABA Report and Resolutions (corporateBody)

Kadish, Sanford (person)

Mellinkoff, David. (person)

Gittelsohn, Roland Bertram, 1910-1995 (person)

Levitan, David M. (person)

Pemberton, John, Jr. (person)

Willard, John, 1792-1862 (person)

Epithet: glazier, of Lewes British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000212.0x0001d1 ...

Stewart, Z. (person)

Kaplan Law Club (Harvard Law School) (corporateBody)

Murphy, Bruce Allen. (person)

Hamburg, David A., 1925- (person)

Psychiatrist, corporation president. From the description of Reminiscences of David A. Hamburg : oral history, 1996-1998. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 269255329 David A. Hamburg, M.D., has a long history of leadership in biobehavioral research and education, and inquiry into multiple aspects of human conflict. Through his association with Stanford University, the National Academy of Sciences, Harvard University, the Carnegie Corporation ...

Dozier, Rush, Jr. (person)

Morris, John (person)

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Claitor, Otto (person)

Cheatham, Elliot E. (person)

Heidlebaugh, George E. (person)

Mumford, L. Quincy (Lawrence Quincy), 1903-1982 (person)

Librarian. From the description of Papers, 1932-1982; (bulk 1954-1974). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 28410174 Librarian of Congress. From the description of Papers of L. Quincy Mumford, 1940-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79100745 Biographical Note 1903, Dec. 11 Born, Ayden, N. C. 1925 ...

Schleimer, Irving G. (person)

Albert D. Leahy, Jr. (person)

Glenn, John Patrick. (person)

Erikson, Kai (person)

Guggenhime, Richard E. (person)

De Winter, Louis I. (person)

Rockwell, Alvin J. (Alvin John), 1908- (person)

Lawyer and government attorney. From the description of Papers, 1622-1977 (bulk 1935-1956). (Harry S Truman Library). WorldCat record id: 70958773 ...

Zacharias, Lawrence (person)

Central conference of american rabbis (corporateBody)

The Central Conference of American Rabbis is the oldest rabbinical association in the United States, established by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, a Reform group, in 1889. The Conference has played an influential role in interfaith relations, military chaplaincy, church and state issues, social action, and religious education. Cleveland, Ohio, rabbis who have served as president of the organization include Moses J. Gries, Louis Wolsey, Barnett R. Brickner, and Arthur J. Lelyveld. ...

Schivera, Howard W. (person)

Lawrence, David (person)

Michigan. Legislature. House of Representatives. House Judiciary Committee (corporateBody)

Commercial Law League of America (corporateBody)

Neuman, Melville (person)

Dictionary of American Biography. (corporateBody)

Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. (person)

Judson, Harold (person)

Christie, Milton (person)

Morgenthau, Henry, 1891-1967 (person)

Epithet: US banker and diplomatist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001150.0x000351 Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (1891-1967), neighbor and life-long friend of Franklin D. Roosevelt, served under Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt as Conservation Commissioner of the State of New York from 1929 to 1933. He was also Chairman of the Advisory Commission on Agriculture, and member of the Taconic State Park Commission. Under Pres...

O'Scannlain, Diarmuid (person)

Duncan, Charles T. (person)

Yale University press (corporateBody)

See "A Brief History of Yale University Press" by Robert Pranzatelli, adapted from A World of Letters by Nicholas A. Basbanes, available at <>. From the guide to the Yale University Press records, 1919-1964, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) I. THE FIRST HALF-CENTURY From its founding in 1908 by George Parmly Day, Yale University Press sought to acquire and publish important works of scholarship, issuin...

American Good Government Society. (corporateBody)

Freund, Gerald, 1930- (person)

Constitution (corporateBody)

Levi, Edward H. (person)

Opper, Clarence V. (person)

Phillips, Esther (person)

Pine Manor College (corporateBody)

Burgess, J. R., Jr. (person)

Bender, Paul (person)

Crolius, Theodore (person)

Dag Hammarskjold Memorial Lecture (corporateBody)

Ronald C. Retzer (person)

Committee for Constitutional Integrity (corporateBody)

Mariani, Georgette (person)

Armstrong, Meredith (person)

Laufer, Joseph (person)

Thorndike, John (person)

Marlow, H. Carleton (person)

Likhovski, Eliahu (person)

Green, Maurice R. (person)

Radcliffe College (corporateBody)

Vocational short courses and institutes were initiated by the Radcliffe Appointment Bureau to train students for careers after graduation. Among these courses were: the Institute on Historical and Archival Management, 1954-1960; Communications for the Volunteer, 1965-1968; Summer Secretarial Course, 1935-1955, and the Radcliffe Publishing Course (formerly Publishing Procedures Course), 1947-, which continues to offer a six-week summer course in publishing. From the description of Rad...

Universita degli studi di Firenze (University of Florence) (corporateBody)

Academy of Political Science (U.S.) (corporateBody)

The Academy of Political Science (APS), founded in 1880, promotes objective, scholarly analyses of political, social, and economic issues. Through its conferences and publications APS provides analysis and insight into both domestic and foreign policy issues. The Academy was established in 1880 as an adjunct to the activities of Columbia University's Law School and newly created Graduate School of Political Science. Senior members of its faculty and graduate scholars saw...

Jean Stipicevic (person)

Smith, McNeill (person)

Scheffler, Erna (person)

Dunnan, Weaver White (person)

Blackmun, Harry A. (Harry Andrew), 1908-1999 (person)

Lawyer, judge, and U.S. Supreme Court justice. From the description of Harry A. Blackmun papers, 1913-2001 (bulk 1959-1994). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984351 Biographical Note 1908, Nov. 12 Born, Nashville, Ill. 1929 A.B., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. ...

Bar Association of St. Louis (corporateBody)

Jones, Harry Willmer (person)

Landau, William M. (person)

Neurologist, (b. 1924). Landau received his medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine in 1947. He joined the faculty of his alma mater in 1952, becoming a professor of neurology in 1963 and serving as head of the Department of Neurology from 1970-1991. From the description of Oral history interview with William M. Landau, 1991. 1991. (Washington University in St. Louis). WorldCat record id: 63148612 From the description of Oral history interview with Willi...

Rose, Caroline B. (person)

Encyclopaedia Judaica (corporateBody)

Simonson, James S. (person)

The Rockefeller Institute (corporateBody)

Bernard, Burton (person)

Howley, Roger J. (person)

Hauser, Rita (person)

Remis, Richard A. (person)

Suitts, Steve (person)

Stern, Terese (person)

Stavig, Alf R. (person)

Jacobson, Richard S. (person)

Curtis, Laurence (person)

Alexander, Larry (person)

Newman, Helen (person)

Hamilton, Charles J. (Charles Joseph) (person)

Wood, Lewis (person)

How, R. Brian (Richard Brian) (person)

Mount Holyoke College. (corporateBody)

The first official publication of Mount Holyoke Female Seminary was a catalogue issued in 1837 containing information about trustees, teachers, terms of admission, the course of study, the schedule for the year, Family Accommodations, and the Moral and Religious Influence at the school. Subsequent catalogues (with periodic updates) trace the growth of the institution and provide detailed information about the academic program and residential life for students at the College. These publications h...

Paul, Julius (person)

Guinand, Mirelle (person)

Governor Dummer Academy (corporateBody)

Little, Brown & Company (corporateBody)

Heinzen, John P. (person)

Cole, Robert T. (person)

Douglas, William O. (person)

Nadelmann, Kurt H. (person)

Gray, Peter (person)

Epithet: actuary British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000982.0x000059 Epithet: actor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000564.0x0000f6 ...

Oakes, James L. (James Lowell), 1924- (person)

Dobbins, Sharon Kay (person)

Economists' Bookshop, Ltd. (London, England) (corporateBody)

Jewish National Fund (corporateBody)

The Pittsburgh Jewish National Fund was founded in 1924 with the mission of raising funds to purchase land in what was originally Palestine, to facilitate the settlement of Jews there, and to make the land more usable by draining swamps and forestation. From the description of Jewish National Fund photographs 1959-1981. (Historical Society of W Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: 48860205 From the description of Jewish National Fund records 1945-1987. (Historical Society of W...

Harvard Law School. Bulletin (corporateBody)

Hill, James T., Jr. (person)

Bowie, Heku (person)

Judith Chayes Neiman (person)

Kaplan, Norman C. (person)

Forkosch, Morris D. (person)

Lusky, Louis (person)

Drinan, Robert F. (person)

Congressional representative from Massachusetts. From the description of Typed letters signed (4) : Washington, to Edward Wagenknecht, 1974-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270868055 ...

Wolff, Robert L. (person)

Lombard, Laurence M. (person)

Bushman, Willard M. (person)

Bunn, C. W. (Charles William) (person)

Williams, Edwin E. (person)

Berkson, Larry Charles (person)

University of Wyoming. (corporateBody)

Tapp, June L. (person)

Pirsig, Maynard E., 1902-1997 (person)

Wieck, Fred (person)

Cambridge Center for Adult Education (corporateBody)

Merrill, Charles M. (person)

Trautman, Don (person)

Loss, Louis (person)

Zander, Michael. (person)

Jennings, Robbie (person)

Jacoby, Sidney B. (person)

Everett R. Clinchy Endowment Fund (corporateBody)

Cohan, Philip C. (person)

Harvard Law School Sesquicentennial Celebration (corporateBody)

Dern, Emil (person)

Anastaplo, George, 1925-.... (person)

Hasson, Reuben A. (person)

Putzel Family (family)

Jane Biddinger Pauli (person)

Hazzard, George W. (person)

Soldier. George W. Hazzard served in the Florida Army during the Third Seminole War. From the description of Letters, 1856-1857. (University of Florida). WorldCat record id: 50657006 ...

Stonehill College (corporateBody)

Erickson, Kenneth W. (person)

Thompson, John A. (person)

Resident of Jefferson Co., Va. (now W. Va.). From the description of Letters, 1846 Mar. 19 and Dec. 8. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 39670098 Lt. Colonel John A. Thompson was the Army-Air Corps liaison to Ford Motor Company while the B-24 bomber was under construction at the Willow Run Bomber Plant. From the description of John A. Thompson photograph albums, 1943-1945. (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 57735092 ...

Bodenheimer, Edgar, 1908- (person)

Ohio Association of Real Estate Boards, Inc. (corporateBody)

Getchell, Charles (person)

Practising Law Institute. (corporateBody)

Diana S. Hanna (person)

Toniatti, Roberto (person)

Blickensderfer, Jospeh P. (person)

Schneeberger, C. (person)

Canby, William C., Jr. (person)

Flom, Joseph H., 1923-2011 (person)

Birkett, Eastman (person)

Dale, Harvey P. (person)

Shimer College (corporateBody)

Wyman School (St. Louis, Missouri) (corporateBody)

Lewis, Anthony (person)

Sir Anthony Carey Lewis, 1915-1983; educated at Cambridge and Paris where he was taught by Nadia Boulanger. On leaving Cambridge he joined the BBC where he directed specialist programmes of 17th and 18th century music. After the Second World War he was appointed Peyton-Barber Professor of Music at the University of Birmingham, 1947-1968. While at Birmingham, Lewis developed his own interest in music of the Baroque period. His career as a conductor of Handel and Purcel took him acros...

Fickett, Lewis, Jr. (person)

Hyndman, Don (person)

Kalmus, Geoffrey (person)

Howe, Reginald (person)

Pantheon Books. (corporateBody)

Walton, Alfred G., Jr. (person)

Seelig, M. G. (person)

Vital Issues (corporateBody)

Abel, Brent (person)

Fletcher, Joseph (person)

Epithet: of Blackburn British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001242.0x000056 ...

Villanova Law Review (corporateBody)

Barrett, Edward L., Jr. (person)

Smith College. (corporateBody)

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

Linowitz, Sol M., 1913-2005 (person)

Lawyer, diplomat, U.S. presidential advisor, and businessman. From the description of Sol M. Linowitz papers, 1778-1999 (bulk 1946-1995). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71060260 Lawyer, government official. From the description of Reminiscences of Sol Myron Linowitz : oral history, 1983. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309727043 From the description of Reminiscences of Sol Myron Linowitz : oral history, 1976. (Columbia ...

Monagan, Henry (person)

Committee on the Legal Services Institute (corporateBody)

Mitchell, John D. B. (person)

Eisenstadt, Laura J. (person)

Myerson, Martin (person)

Loeser, Hans F. (person)

Hans Loeser was born in Kassel, Germany in 1920. In response to the growing threat posed by the Nazis, Loeser's parents sent him away to England to be educated. He was eventually reunited with his family in New York in 1939. When the United States entered WWII, Loeser joined the army and was in one of the first American divisions to reach Berlin. After the Germans surrendered, Loeser remained in Germany for two years as part of the de-Nazification efforts in the Munich Office of Military Governm...

Takayanagi, Kenzo (person)

Jenkins, R. (person)

Epithet: trade unionist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000268.0x000179 ...

Proffitt, John R. (person)

Cotton, Ella (person)

Holsinger, Nancy and Paul (person)

Danner, Bryant C., Judi, and Debra (person)

American council on education (corporateBody)

Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education is a coordinating body for American institutions of higher education. From the guide to the American Council on Education Latin American Slide Collection N/A., 1945, (Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin) Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education (ACE) is the nation's unifying voice for higher education. ACE serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to influ...

Cleveland State Law Review (person)

Farley, John J. (person)

During World War II, John J. Farley served in the U.S. Army's 42nd Infantry Division. After the war, he returned to the United States. He died in 1987. From the description of John J. Farley letter letter. (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum). WorldCat record id: 122546243 ...

White, Morton Gabriel, 1917-.... (person)

Griswold Law Club (corporateBody)

Stephen Graubard (person)

Smith, Donald L. (person)

Dash, Samuel. (person)

Lawyer, educator, and author. Born 1925; died 2004. From the description of Samuel Dash papers, 1748-2004 (bulk 1965-2002). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132906 Biographical Note 1925, Feb. 27 Born, Camden, N.J. 1943 1945 Pilot, United Sta...

Dunlap, Davisson P. (person)

Siegel, Melvin H. (person)

Rose, H. Chapman Chappie (person)

McWhorter, Charles K. (person)

Graglia, Lino A. (person)

Williams, Irene and Laurens (person)

Voorhees, Donald S. (person)

Donald S. Voorhees was a civic activist; an attorney in the Seattle law firm of Riddell, Williams, Voorhees, Ivie and Bullitt; and a U.S. District Court judge. He was a member of the Seattle Board of Park Commissioners (pre-1974) and chaired Citizens for Fort Lawton Park (1968-1970) and the Seattle mayor's Fort Lawton Park Citizens' Advisory Committee (1970-1973). Voorhees died in 1989. From the description of Donald S. Voorhees papers, 1968-1986. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 74671...

Blumgart, Herrman L. (person)

Moran, James B. (James Byron), 1930-2009 (person)

Miller, Howard A. (person)

Singh, G. P. (person)

Katz, Laura and John (person)

William H. Shaheen (person)

Klemperer, Paul (person)

Epithet: Dr. Viennese exile in USA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000412.0x0001f0 ...

Rossant, M. J. (person)

Redensky, Lisa (person)

Rathbone, Christopher (person)

Weinstein, Lewis H. (person)

Australian national university (corporateBody)

Cohn, Harriet (corporateBody)

Mendoza, Vicente (person)

Rotunda, Ron (person)

Hexter, Sybil (person)

Steinberg, Harold (person)

White, William A. (person)

Stahl, Norman H. (person)

Kokia, Joseph (person)

Freund, Michael W. (person)

Groves, Harold M. (person)

Wagner, Frank D. (person)

Loucheim, Katie (person)

Gordon, Lincoln (person)

Lincoln Gordon was Professor of International Economic Relations at the Harvard Business School from 1955-1961. Prior to teaching at Harvard he was the Program vice chairman, Requirements Committee, War Production Board, 1945 and was a consultant to the Atomic Energy Commission, Army and Navy Munitions Board, and U.S. State Department working on the Marshall Plan. He was the US Ambassador to Brazil from 1961-1966, Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs from 1966-1967, and presid...

Katerine Mitchell (person)

United States. Supreme Court. Office of the Clerk (corporateBody)

Weyrauch, Walter U. (person)

Landau, Brooksley (person)

Supreme Court of the State of New York. (corporateBody)

Davison, Peter Hobley (person)

Stix, William (person)

Socarides, Charles W., 1922-2005 (person)

Anderson, Paul R. (person)

Reiser, Stanley Joel (person)

New York State Bar Association (corporateBody)

The Oxford and Cambridge Committee (corporateBody)

Beer, Samuel H. (person)

Samuel Maslon (person)

Hodgson, Janet B. (person)

Goldman, Guido (person)

Mohbat, Joseph E. (person)

United States Civil Service Commission (corporateBody)

The United States Civil Service Commission was established by the Civil Service Act of 1883. The Commission replaced the “spoils system” and democratized the process of hiring for federal jobs; first, because it required that these positions be filled through competitive examinations which were open to all citizens; second, because it required selection of the best-qualified applicants without regard to political considerations. During World War II, the need for federal ...

Graham, Fred P. (person)

Author, journalist, and lawyer. Full name: Fred Patterson Graham. Born 1931. From the description of Fred P. Graham papers, 1947-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71071533 ...

Fawcett, Eugenia (corporateBody)

Haynsworth, Clement F. (Clement Furman), 1912-1989 (person)

Federal judge. Died 1989. From the description of Papers of Clement F. Haynsworth, 1886-1989 (bulk 1957-1989). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71072317 Native of Greenville, S.C.; graduate, Furman University (1933) and Harvard Law School (1936); d. 1989. From the description of Clement F. Haynsworth collection, 1940-1989. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 37440701 Biographical Note ...

Epstein, Joseph (person)

Bickel, Alexander M. (person)

Alexander Mordecai Bickel was born in 1924. He emigrated to the United States from Romania in 1938. After serving in the United States Army, he graduated from the City College of New York in 1947, and the Harvard Law School in 1949. He was a law clerk to Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1952 to 1953. Bickel was a professor at the Yale Law School from 1956 until his death in 1974. He published nine books and more than one hundred articles on law, ...

Donovan, Hedley. (person)

Hedley Williams Donovan was born on May 24, 1914 in Brainerd, Minnesota. He received an A.B. from the University of Minnesota in 1934, and he received a B.A. in 1936 as a Rhodes scholar at Oxford University. He was a reporter for the Washington Post from 1937 to 1942. From 1945 to 1951 he was a writer and editor for Fortune magazine in New York City; from 1951 to 1953 he was associate managing editor for Fortune; and from 1953 to 1959 he was managing editor for Fortune magazine. He served as edi...

Orski, C. Kenneth (person)

Latham, Steve (person)

Fidel, Noel (person)

Goldstein, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1895- (person)

Fein, Bruce E. (person)

Miller, Ellen (person)

Cathedral Luncheon Club of St. Louis (corporateBody)

Hopkins, Jeannette E. (person)

Hopkins (Vassar College Class of 1944) was an editor. From the description of Jeannette Hopkins papers, 1965-2005. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 51576730 ...

Bate, Jack (person)

Green, Ricki (person)

Watson, W. Marvin (William Marvin), 1924- (person)

William Marvin Watson (b. 1924) was Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1965 to 1968, and Postmaster General of the United States from 1968 to 1969. He was also coordinator of the Democratic National Convention in 1964. After leaving the Federal government, he was Executive Vice President of the Occidental Petroleum Company. From the description of Watson, W. Marvin (William Marvin), 1924- (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10574903 ...

Campbell, Thomas J. (person)

Krents, Milton E. (person)

Friend and colleague of Potok. Executive producer of Eternal light at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Dept. of Radio and Television and director of the William E. Wiener Oral History Library. Husband of Irma Kopp Krents. From the description of Correspondence with Chaim Potok, 1978-1990. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 704637899 ...

Rice, William G. (person)

Levin, Betsy (person)

Fitzsimmons, Paul J. (person)

Wachman, Marvin, 1917-2007 (person)

Westfall, Dave (person)

Zax, Leonard A. (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...

Litttle, Brown & Company (corporateBody)

Hollingsworth, Frank (person)

Bucknell Review (corporateBody)

J. D. Watson (person)

Magiera, Siegfried (corporateBody)

Macquarie University (corporateBody)

United States. Immigration and naturalization service (corporateBody)

A federal act of 1882 established procedures for recording immigrants arriving in the United States. The records maintained by federal immigration officials were often called immigration passenger lists of manifests. From the description of Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Savannah, Ga., 1906-1945. (Georgia Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 174142611 Ellis Island, an island in Upper New York Bay, is named for Samuel Ellis, who acquired land on the i...

Davis, Clifford (person)

Marx, Gary T (person)

Kohn, Ruth (person)

Updike, Mary (person)

American society for legal history (corporateBody)

Cohen, Maxwell (person)

Ohio State University Press. (corporateBody)

Perry, Jack G. (person)

Holt, George C. (George Chandler), 1843-1931 (person)

Charles F. Woodard (person)

Leiser, Ernest, 1921- (person)

Wright, J. Skelly (person)

Federal judge and professor of law. Full name: James Skelly Wright. Born 1911; died 1988. From the description of J. Skelly Wright papers, 1933-1987 (bulk 1948-1986). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 74985584 Federal judge and law professor; full name: James Skelly Wright; b. 1911; d. 1988. From the description of Papers, 1933-1987 (bulk 1948-1986). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 31605164 Biographical Note ...

Bowman, Thomas D. (person)

Rykoff, Richard L. (person)

Brownell, George A. (person)

Boston Chamber Soloists (corporateBody)

University system of Maryland (corporateBody)

Marshall, Burke, 1922-2003 (person)

Burke Marshall (1922-2003), lawyer and government official, was the Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice from 1961 to 1964. From the description of Marshall, Burke, 1922-2003 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10571372 ...

Lasagna, Louis, Dr. (person)

Katz, Jay, Dr. (person)

Noonan, John Thomas, 1926-.... (person)

The 12th annual Reading of the Sacred Texts sponsored by the Friends of the Flora Lamson Hewlett Library was given February 11, 2004 in the Dinner Room at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California. From the description of Interpreting the Constitution: spirit or structure. (Graduate Theological Union). WorldCat record id: 54804652 John T. Noonan received his MA and PhD from the Catholic University of America and his LLB from Harvard Law School. He has...

Kobler, John. (person)

Author, journalist. From the description of Haitian revolution research materials, 1791-[ca. 1950]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122486157 The John Kobler/Haitian Revolution Research Material was collected in the early 1960's by John Kobler, an author and journalist, toward a biography of Toussaint Louverture. The bulk of the material consists of photocopies of books, pamphlets and printed and autograph documents and letters available in public libraries, arch...

Ginsberg, Ben (person)

McKenney, Elwood S. (person)

Levy, Matthew M. (person)

Pfeffer, Leo (person)

Port of New York Authority. (corporateBody)

Point of entry for many people migrating to the United States. From the description of Passanger list, 1840. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122425097 ...

Zwick, Sander B. (person)

Murray, Florence K. (Florence Kerins), 1916-2004 (person)

Fried, Charles (person)

Kissel, Lester (person)

Bracken, Neal (person)

Los Altos Morning Forum (corporateBody)

Dickmann, Bernard F. (person)

Greenwood Press Inc. (corporateBody)

Roehner, Edward T. (person)

Friedman, Leon (person)

Palmer, Jan (person)

Millard, Charles E. F. (person)

Douglas, William O. (person)

Bowie, Jonathan M. (person)

Clement Haynsworth, Jr. (person)

Hawes, Alexander Boyd, 1906-1995 (person)

Foster, John (person)

Epithet: of Add MS 19242 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001345.0x0001ff Epithet: of Add MS 45962 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001345.0x000202 Epithet: Reverend Headmaster of Eton British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000696.0x00000e Epithet: JP...

Voss, Carl Hermann. (person)

Judd, Orrin Grimmell, 1906-1976 (person)

Judd, Orrin Grimmell, lawyer, judge. Born September 5, 1906 in Brooklyn, New York. A.B., Colgate University, 1926. LL.B., Harvard University, 1930. Editor, Harvard Law Review. Law Clerk, Judge Learned Hand, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 1930-1931. In practice with Davies, Auerbach & Cornell, New York, 1931-1942. Married Persis Mae Dolloff, 1936. Solicitor General, State of New York, 1943-1946. ...

Gonzaga University (corporateBody)

Himmelfarb, Milton (person)

Brandeis Lawyers' Society. (corporateBody)

Schwartz, Charles (person)

Curran, William J (person)

Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (corporateBody)

Hall, Kermit L., 1944-2006 (person)

Herzog, Paul M., 1906-1986 (person)

Lawyer, educator, and government official. From the description of Papers, 1931-1962. (Harry S Truman Library). WorldCat record id: 70944292 ...

McClellan, Anita (person)

Murray, Pauli, 1910-1985 (person)

Pauli Murray (1910-1985) was a lawyer, scholar, writer, educator, administrator, religious leader, civil rights and women's rights activist. She was a co-founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and the first black woman to be ordained as an Episcopal minister. She spent much of her life in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C. From the description of Proud shoes : the story of an American family : typescript, 1956 / by Pauli Murray. (New York Public Library)....

Rahill, William (person)

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

Viveiros, Mary E. (person)

Code, Charles F. (person)

Reconstruction Finance Corporation (corporateBody)

Boyle, Francis A. (person)

Marjorie, Merritt (person)

Levitt, Daniel P. (person)

Friedman, Martin, 1925- (person)

National Conference of Law Reviews (corporateBody)

Diamond, Luna (person)

Friends of the Law Library of Congress (corporateBody)

Sager, Anthony P. (person)

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 ...

Stickler, K. Bruce (person)

Fuller, David Otis, 1903-1988 (person)

Remington, Frank J., 1922-1996 (person)

Remington, originally of New York, was a pilot with the Army Air Corps during World War II. Stationed in Burma, he flew many missions into China. From the description of Oral history interview with Frank Remington [sound recording], 1995. (Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center). WorldCat record id: 55224069 ...

Hubel, David H (person)

David Hunter Hubel (b. 1926) is John Enders University Professor of Neurobiology, Emeritus, at Harvard Medical School. In 1981, Hubel was co-recipient with Torsten Wiesel of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, for their discoveries concerning information processing in the visual system. From the description of Papers, 1954-2003. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 231054937 ...

McCloskey, Robert G. (Robert Green) (person)

McCloskey earned his Harvard PhD in 1948. From the description of Report on reading done in Government 200 and Government 3. [1946-1947] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228512623 McCloskey (1916-1969) taught government at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Robert G. McCloskey, 1955-1968 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973107 ...

Commission on Obscenity and Pornography (corporateBody)

National Association of Claimants' Compensation Attorneys (NACCA) (corporateBody)

Westphal, Jonathan, 1951- (person)

Waldron, William (person)

Peter R. Greer (person)

Billingham, Rupert E. (person)

Haley, Alan S. (person)

Yanofsky, Saul M. (person)

Davidson, Robert (person)

Epithet: Subject of Mss Eur F234 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001477.0x000319 ...

Doub, George Cochran (person)

Rodell, Fred, 1907-1980 (person)

Doebele, William A. (person)

Petersmeyer, C. Gregg (person)

Leighton, George N. (person)

Wright, Edward L., Jr. (person)

La Rue, L. H. (person)

Nourse, Benjamin, 1785-1856 (person)

Brunner, Borgna (person)

Edward Pitts (person)

Hooker, Richard, 1553 or 1554-1600 (person)

Epithet: of Sloane MS 2750 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000789.0x00007c Epithet: Master of the Temple British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000789.0x00007a ...

Schoetz, David J. (person)

Bronston, J. E. (person)

Aaron, Dan (person)

Thel, Steve (person)

Heinz, Elise B. (person)

Fattam, Stephen R. (person)

Quinn, Agnes (person)

Boland, Edward Ward (person)

Wolfson, Michael G. (person)

Leo Beranek (person)

Lesser. Frances and Lawrence (person)

Jackson, Brooke and Lizzy (person)

Bator, Paul (person)

Brady, Todd F. (person)

University of Mexico (corporateBody)

Harold J. Laski Memorial Project (corporateBody)

Weinfeld, Abraham Chaim (person)

Levenberg, Selma H. (person)

Oseroff, Abraham (person)

Elliott, Shelden (person)

Bender, Charles W. (person)

Hufstedler, Shirley M. (person)

Shirley Mount Hufstedler was born on August 24, 1925 in Denver, Colorado. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree from the University of New Mexico in 1945 and a Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) degree from Stanford University in 1949. She was a member of the staff of the Stanford Law Review, 1947 to 1949, and worked as a book review editor from 1948 to 1949. From 1951 to 1961 she was a member of the Los Angeles law firm Beardsley, Hufstedler & Kemble. In 1961, she was appo...

Berkowitz, Abram (person)

Lu, Curtis P. (person)

Scovel, Carl (person)

University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Bureau of Public Records Collection and Research (corporateBody)

The University of North Carolina's Bureau of Public Records Collection and Research undertook a joint venture with the Library of Congress to collect and microfilm the early records of the states and to make this source material widely accessible. The resulting microfilm publication is "The Records of the States of the United States of America." Professor William Sumner Jenkins was Director of the Bureau of Public Records Collection and Research from its establishment in 1941 until his retiremen...

Corker, Charles Edward (person)

Burton, Sandy (person)

Cueva, Mario de la (person)

Shoben, Edward Joseph. (person)

Edward Joseph "Joe" Shoben, Jr. had a professional career that spanned well over 40 years. He made significant contributions to the fields of psychology, higher education and college student affairs. Mr. Shoben was born Oct. 3, 1918 in Oberlin, Ohio. His family moved to Glendale, CA when he was a young child. Mr. Shoben graduated from University of Southern California where he received a BA in English, MA in sociology and a PhD in clinical psychology. Before finishing his dissertation in 1948, h...

Rogge, O. John (Oetje John), 1903-1981 (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Papers of O. John Rogge, 1945-1956. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79272109 ...

Linwood Holwood. (person)

Skrainka, Steve (person)

Demaree, Allan T. (person)

Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 1966 (corporateBody)

Peters, William (person)

Epithet: attorney, of castle-upon-Tyne British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000243.0x0000d0 ...

Prettyman, E. Barrett, Jr. (Elijah Barrett), 1925-2016 (person)

E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., was born on June 1, 1925, in Washington, D. C., to Lucy Courtney Hill and Elijah Barrett Prettyman, a prominent U. S. Court of Appeals judge. He earned a B.A. from Yale University in 1949 and an LL.B. from the University of Virginia in 1953. He was married twice and has two children from his first marriage. From 1953 to 1955, Prettyman served as a law clerk to U. S. Supreme Court justices Robert H. Jackson, Felix Frankfurter, and John M. Harlan. He was admitted to t...

Ruben, Alan Miles. (person)

Cahn, Edmond (person)

Strum, Philippa (person)

Educational Development Center (corporateBody)

von Mehren, Arthur (person)

Gardner, George K. (George Knowles), 1891- (person)

Gardner graduated from Harvard in 1912 and taught law at Harvard. From the description of Papers of George K. Gardner, 1935-1956 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973044 ...

Pollack, Milton (person)

Schaefer, Walter V. (person)

Grier, Joseph W., Jr. (person)

Lieberman, Jack. (person)

Stern, Samuel A. (person)

Barnes, W. S. (person)

Bobbs-Merrill Company (corporateBody)

Publishing company located in Indianapolis, IN. Founded by Samuel Merrill, Sr. in 1850, initially as a bookstore that expanded into a publishing house under his son, Samuel Merrill, Jr., and subsequent partners following the Civil War. The name went through several permutations Merrill, Meigs, and Company; the Bowen-Merrill Company; and finally Bobbs-Merrill, named in part after director William Conrad Bobbs, in 1903. Bobbs-Merrill published works of many significant authors, including James Whi...

Dusseault, C. Dean (person)

Ebenstein, William (person)

Elliott, William Stowe (person)

Faxon, Thomas B. (person)

Grady, Rhoda (person)

Pepper, Morton (person)

Bruckner, D.J.R. (person)

A monument to the Swedish biologist Carl von Linné (1707-1778), a replica of a work by Johan Dyfverman, was given to the City of Chicago by the area's Swedish-American community in 1891. The monument stood for most of the twentieth century at the corner of Fullerton Avenue and Cannon Drive in Lincoln Park. Beginning in the fifties, Swedish-American organizations in the Chicago area began seeking out a potential new location for the monument. In 1975, George Beadle, President Emeritu...

Reynolds, Jean and Hedley (person)

Croft Educational Services (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...

Schwarz, Frederick A. O. (Frederick August Otto), 1935- (person)

Lawyer. From the description of Reminiscences of Frederick A. O. Schwarz, Jr. : Oral history, 1992-1993. 1994. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 269252305 ...

District of Columbia Judicial Conference (corporateBody)

Barnett, Stephen R. (person)

Freund, Walter L. (person)

Bryan, J. Y. (person)

Frankel, Charles (person)

Steiner, Henry (person)

Ingalls, Daniel M. M. (person)

Benrubi, Roger J. (person)

Robison, Joseph B. (person)

Zobel, Rya (person)

Lasser, William. (person)

Williams, Zoe Harrison (person)

Cantor, Susan (person)

Berman, Harold J. (person)

Rand, Harry I. (person)

New England Board of Higher Education (corporateBody)

Silverstein, Elliot M. (person)

Dimmitt, Henry (person)

Levy, Leonard W. (person)

Kenney, Richard K. (person)

Raushenbush, Richard W. (person)

Lynn, Kenneth S. (person)

Schwab, Thomas J., 1927- (person)

Karmin, Monroe W. (person)

Vanderbilt Review of Law and Social Problems (corporateBody)

American Assembly (Columbia University) (corporateBody)

Schopflocher, Ernst H. (Ernst Hugo) (person)

Asbill, Mac (person)

Richard Heffner Associates (corporateBody)

Hagan, Anne E. (person)

Kamisar, Yale (person)

Yale Kamisar, the Clarence Darrow Distinguished University Professor, was a professor in the University of Michigan Law School from 1965 to 2004. From the description of Yale Kamisar visual materials. 1962-2003 (scattered) (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 85778880 Yale Kamisar, the Clarence Darrow Distinguished University Professor, was a professor in the University of Michigan Law School from 1965 to 2004. An expert in criminal law, particularly the exclusionar...

Warren, Rupert (person)

Newberg, Herbert B. (corporateBody)

George M. Vetter, Jr. (person)

Tompkins, David C. (person)

Hoeppner, JoAnn (person)

Facher, Gabrielle (person)

Scribner, Fred C., 1908-1994 (person)

Fred Clark Scribner was born on February 14, 1908 in Bath, Maine. He received an A.B. from Dartmouth College in 1930, and LL.B. from Harvard University in 1933. Following his graduation from law school, he was an associate at the law firm Cook, Hutchinson, Pierce, and Connell in Portland, 1933 to 1935, and a partner at that firm from 1935 to 1955. From 1946 to 1955 he also served as director, general counsel, vice president, and treasurer for Bates Manufacturing Company in Lewiston, Maine. From ...

Wadsworth Publishing Company (corporateBody)

Pinelli, Cesare (person)

Alschuler, Albert (person)

Seibel, Laurence (person)

Lieberstein, Daniel (person)

Levin, Benjamin (person)

Epithet: of Sudbury British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000351.0x000279 ...

Greenfield, Milton, Jr. (person)

Jane Traphoner (person)

Anthony, J. Garner (Joseph Garner), 1899-1982 (person)

Raushenbush, Elizabeth Brandeis (person)

Economist and educator (Radcliffe College, B.A., 1918; University of Wisconsin, M.A., 1924, Ph.D., 1928) Raushenbush was secretary of the Minimum Wage Board in Washington, D.C., a professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, chairman of the Wisconsin Governor's Commission on Migratory Labor, a member of the National Consumers' League, and active in the League of Women Voters. She is the daughter of Louis Dembitz and Alice Goldmark Brandeis. From the description of Papers, 1920-...

Stock, Stuart C. (person)

Ballard, Ted (person)

Emerson-Thoreau Medal Committee (corporateBody)

Denman, William, 1872-1959 (person)

After his resignation from the Shipping Board, Denman returned to his law practice in San Francisco. He was later appointed to the U.S. Court of Appeals and was named Chief Judge in 1948. From the description of William Denman miscellany, 1917-1959. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 48781370 Biography William Denman was born in San Francisco on November 7, 1872, the son of James and Helen Virginia ...

Sevy, Hattie F. (person)

Reidy, Edward M. (person)

Leduc, Thomas, 1971-.... (person)

International Committee on the University Emergency (corporateBody)

Town Hall (corporateBody)

Kaplan, Felicia (person)

Robinson, Sue (person)

Paper, Lewis (person)

Bernstein, Bernard (person)

Friedmann, Wolfgang, 1907-1972 (person)

Evans, Bergen, 1904- (person)

Professor of English, Northwestern University, 1932-1974; short-story writer; radio/tv game show panelist; faculty member, Famous Writers' School; co-author, The Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage (1957). From the description of Bergan Evans Papers, 1921-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122605099 Bergen Baldwin Evans was born on September 19, 1904 in Franklin, Ohio, the third child of Rice Kemper and Louise Cass Evans' six children. Evans joined the f...

Wabs, Bob (person)

Goldman, Eric Frederick, 1915-1989 (person)

Historian, educator, and author. From the description of Eric Frederick Goldman papers, 1886-1988 (bulk 1940-1970). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70983369 Goldman was born June 17, 1915 in Washington, DC; MA (1935), Ph. D (1938), Johns Hopkins Univ.; instructor in history, Johns Hopkins Univ. (1938-41); writer, Time magazine (1941-43); assistant prof. (1943-47), associate prof. (1947-55), and prof. of history (1955-62), Princeton Univ.; special consultant to President Johns...

Klein, Randolph Shipley (person)

Randolph Shipley Klein is a historian in colonial and revolutionary America. From the description of The American Philosophical Society and the American Revolution, 1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173465783 Randolph Shipley Klein is a historian in colonial and revolutionary American history. From the guide to the The American Philosophical Society and the American Revolution, 1965, 1965, (American Philosophical Society) ...

Kahn, Harry, 1883-1970 (person)

Commission on the Future of Washington University, Social Work Task Force (corporateBody)

International Law Association. American Branch (corporateBody)

Mississippi State Bar (corporateBody)

Parker, Amory (person)

Hochman, Charles B. (person)

Wyzanski, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1906- (person)

Judge. Harvard A.B., 1927, LL.B. magna cum laude, 1930, LL.D. (hon.), 1958. Adm. to Bar 1931, law practice in Boston, 1931-1933, 1938-1941. Solicitor, U.S. Dept. of Labor, 1933-1935. Special ass't to U.S. Attorney General, 1935-1937. Judge, U.S. District Court for Mass. from 1941. Judge, International Administrative Court, Geneva, 1950-1955. From the description of Papers of Charles Edward Wyzanski, Jr., 1930-1968 (inclusive). (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 1224049...

Eugene Wenninger (person)

Miller, Arthur S. (person)

Tucker, Edward F. J., 1933- (person)

Resident of Ketchum, Idaho. From the description of Letters, 1977-1977. (The Community Library). WorldCat record id: 42929213 ...

Dobbins, Edward L. (person)

Lowenfeld, Andreas F. (person)

Goldstein, Charles A., 1936- (person)

Behavioral Sciences Tape Library (corporateBody)

British Broadcasting Company (corporateBody)

The two part documentary ‘No Plan, No Peace: The inside story of Iraq’s descent into chaos’ was produced by BBC Current Affairs and broadcast on the 28th and 29th October 2007. From the guide to the BBC Documentary: ‘No Plan, No Peace’ Collection, 2007, (Middle East Centre Archive, St Antony's College, Oxford) In December 1981, BBC Radio 4 broadcast a series of 13 controversial programmes by its Religious Affairs Correspondent, Gerald Priestland, under the title Priestland's...

Osterweis, Steve L. (person)

Cabot, Charles C., Jr. (person)

Lyons, Roger (person)

Aspen Institute Italia (corporateBody)

Teachout, Peter R. (person)

Gershenson, Harry (person)

Watson, Robert B. S. J. (Robert Bruce Scoular Jameson), 1904-1994 (person)

Sher, Robert E. (person)

Gottlieb, Gidon (person)

Creste-Andover Co. (person)

Shapiro, Paul Y. (person)

Pittsburgh Harvard Club (corporateBody)

Mazie, David (person)

Bernstein, Leslie (person)

Robinson, Timothy C. L., 1943- (person)

Sobol, Peter B. (person)

Campbell, Francine (person)

Newman, Jon O. (Jon Ormond) (person)

Rauh, Joseph F., Jr. (person)

Kassman, Deborah N. (person)

Cornell University Press. (corporateBody)

Kerr, Harry P. (person)

Zimmerman, Josephine (person)

Bailyn, Bernard (person)

Historian. From the description of Reminiscences of Bernard Bailyn : oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122343030 ...

Reardon, Paul C., 1909- (person)

Chiarizio, Louis (person)

Ungoed-Thomas, ? (person)

Forsyth, Hubert D. (person)

Touro College. School of Law (corporateBody)

Gyorgy Kepes (person)

Newman, Louis I. (person)

University of California, Berkeley. Bureau of Public Administration (corporateBody)

Butler, David (person)

Carl McGowan (person)

Bureau of Jewish Education. (corporateBody)

The Bureau of Jewish Education (f. 1924) is the coordinating agency for the following Jewish educational institutions in the greater Cleveland area: Agnon School, Akiva High School, Beth Am School, Beth-Aynu School, Beth Israel School, Brith Emeth School, Camp Galil, Camp Stone, Cleveland Hebrew Schools, the Cleveland College of Jewish Studies, Fairmount Temple School, Green Road Synagogue School, Hebrew Academy, Heights Jewish Center School, Hillel High School, Solomon Schechter Da...

Heflin, Howell T. (person)

Brudney, Victor (person)

London, Herbert I., 1939- (person)

Youngman, William Sterling, Jr. (person)

Leval, Pierre (person)

Sherman, Mrs. Sam (person)

Goebel, Dorothy Burne (person)

Beecher, Henry K. (Henry Knowles), 1904-1976 (person)

Henry Knowles Beecher, 1904-1976, M.D., 1932, Harvard Medical School, was Henry Isaiah Dorr Professor of Research in Anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School from 1941 to 1970 and anaesthetist-in-chief at Massachusetts General Hospital. His research and writings concerned the physiological and metabolic effects of anesthesia and drugs, and the ethics of human experimentation. During World War II Beecher was chief consultant in resuscitation and anesthesia for U.S. Office of the Surgeon General in t...

Keyserling, Leon H (person)

Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley, 1890-1964 (person)

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn was an agitator and organizer for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) and a Communist Party (CP) official. Flynn was an organizer in major strikes in Lawrence, Massachusetts and Paterson and Passaic, New Jersey. She saw labor court trials as important extensions of organizing, and participated in trials in Missoula, Montana (1908), and Spokane, Washington (1909-1910). As part of her defense work she created the Workers’ Defense League, an organization to fight for th...

Hiram R. Cancio (person)

Gossett, William T. (person)

Lawyer with the Bendix Corporation and the Ford Motor Company, and member of numerous legal and public service organizations. From the description of William T. Gossett papers, 1925-1987. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 80363085 Attorney. From the description of Speech, 1952. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70949161 William T. Gossett was a nationally known lawyer whose legal, business, and philanthropic efforts spanned more tha...

Charles J. Flynn (person)

Shogren, Michelle P. (person)

Pais, Judith F. (person)

Garraty, John A. (John Arthur), 1920-2007 (person)

Educator, editor, and historian. M.A. (Columbia, 1942); Ph.D. (Columbia, 1948); LHD (Michigan State University, 1969). Professor of History at Columbia since 1959. From the description of John A. Garraty papers, 1912-1990. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 495526654 ...

Wong Jin-ke, James (person)

Stanford university (corporateBody)

Stanford entered into a research project with the National Iranian Radio and Television agency in 1974 to study and recommend a satellite-based communication system for Iran and how to utilize it for Iran's educational radio and television. From the description of Stanford NIRT project records, 1974-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510722 The Leland Stanford Junior University was established in 1885 in memory of Leland Stanford Jr., the only child of Senator and Mrs. ...

Ardery, John L. (person)

Shniderman, Harry L. (person)

Ehrlich, Ellen (person)

Alexander Bickel (person)

Sorkin, David J. (person)

Ford foundation (corporateBody)

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

Zobel, Hiller B. (person)

Picker, Sidney, Jr. (person)

Trengove, John James (person)

Roth, Herbert F. (person)

Southeastern Louisiana University (corporateBody)

Kazarian, Sarkis (person)

Dykstra, Lillian K. (person)

West Publishing Company. (corporateBody)

Partridge, Percy (person)

Barnhart, Clarence L. (Clarence Lewis), 1900-1993 (person)

St. Paul Publications (corporateBody)

Edson, Walter H. (person)

Martin, Harold C. (person)

College president. From the description of Harold Clark Martin papers, 1954-1974. (New York State Historical Documents). WorldCat record id: 155435673 ...

Robinson, Manford (person)

Falk, David (person)

Proxmire, William (person)

Hayes, Gerald P. (person)

Brown, LaRue (person)

Harold Brown (person)

Gellhorn, Walter, 1906-1995 (person)

Lawyer, educator, mediator. From the description of Reminiscences of Walter Gellhorn : oral history, 1977. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309742256 From the description of Reminiscences of Walter Gellhorn : oral history, 1955. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309742245 ...

Gengarelly, W. Anthony (corporateBody)

International Aviation and Aerospace Exposition (corporateBody)

Milton Stanzler (person)

Borowitz, Albert I. (person)

Block, Joseph (person)

Carr, Robert K. (person)

Richardson, Elliot L., 1920-1999 (person)

U.S. cabinet officer, politician, and lawyer, of Massachusetts. From the description of Papers of Elliot L. Richardson, 1780-1991 (bulk 1947-1991). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71009619 From the description of Audio materials, 1961-1984 (bulk 1962 and 1974) [sound recording]. 1961-1984. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 36045043 Government executive. From the description of Reminiscences of Elliot Lee Richardson : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University ...

Wilkinson, J. Harvie, 1944-.... (person)

Blanc, Eugene (person)

Posner, Stuart Paul (person)

Tennessee Valley authority (corporateBody)

The TVA was created in 1933 when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an act creating a federal agency to develop the Tennessee Valley region, then suffering from soil depletion, flood damage, and economic depression. Fifty years later, over 30 electricity-producing dams controlled the Tennessee and its tributaries, and a navigation channel had been created from Paducah, Ky., to Knoxville, Tenn. In addition TVA had carried out programs to prevent pollution, improve forest and farm management, ...

Van Doren, Mark, 1894-1972 (person)

Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Mark Van Doren and his wife, Dorothy Van Doren. From the description of Letters, 1965-1978, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155877479 Mark Van Doren was an American author, scholar, and educator. He is probably best remembered for his long tenure as Columbia professor, where he was noted for his inspired Humanities courses and respect for students. His poetry was meticulously well-crafted and gr...

Maitig, Gertrude (person)

Buss, William (person)

Morrissy, David (person)

Susman, Louis B., 1937- (person)

Louis B. Susman’s long and varied career in both the private and public sectors is a testament to his wide-ranging, life-long interests, expertise and professional experience. A former lawyer and banker, Mr. Susman was U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James’s from 2009 to 2013. From 2012 to 2017 he continued to play a role on the international stage as an active member of the Secretary of State’s Foreign Affairs Policy Board. Prior to his appointment by President Obama, Mr. Susman was v...

Segal, Bernard G. (person)

Wyman, Louis C. (Louis Crosby), 1917- (person)

DeLacy, George L. (person)

Bitker, Bruno V. (Bruno Voltaire), 1899-1984 (person)

Lawyer and civic leader, of Milwaukee, Wis.; director, U.S. Office of Price Administration of Wisconsin, Advocate of Peace under Law, Chair of World Peace through Law Center, United Nations. From the description of Bruno Bitker papers, 1910-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71014375 ...

Hebrew Union College (corporateBody)

First Reform rabbinic school in the United States, founded in 1875 in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise; 1950 merged with Jewish Institute of Religion (founded in 1922 in New York, N.Y.) to become Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. From the description of Records, 1875-1948 (bulk 1920-1947). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70960622 ...

Lawrence, J. (person)

Travers, Arthur H., Jr. (person)

Lasswell, Harold D. (Harold Dwight), 1902-1978 (person)

Harold Dwight Lasswell was a political theorist, author, and professor of law and political science. Lasswell received a Ph.D from the University of Chicago in 1926. From 1939-1946 Lasswell served as director of War Communications Research at the Library of Congress, and from 1946-1970 he taught law and political science at Yale University. In his later career Lasswell became increasingly interested in policy sciences and the Policy Sciences Center in New York City. From the descript...

Fyzee, Asaf A. A. (person)

Weiss, Mark (person)

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

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

Bülow, Jobst Hinrich von (person)

Hurst, Thomas R. (person)

Taubman Gage Productions (corporateBody)

Vish, Donald H. (person)

Mermin, Samuel, 1912- (person)

Burhoe, Ralph W. 1911- (person)

Talbot, Nathan B. (Nathan Bill), 1909-1994 (person)

Funk, Ranelle C. (person)

Hurst, Frances (person)

Loeb, William, 1905-1981 (person)

Hexter, David. (person)

Clynes, Edmund (person)

Rodak, Michael, Jr. (person)

Oliver, Joe R. (person)

Parker, Richard B. (person)

Tello, Manuel, 1935- (person)

Garcia-Passalacqua, J. M. (person)

Georgia Bar Association (corporateBody)

Ladd, Mason (person)

Professor and dean of law at the University of Iowa. From the description of Oral history interview with Mason Ladd, 1976 Dec. 6-8. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 233109852 ...

Washington University Law School Alumni Association (corporateBody)

Klagsbrunn, Hans A. (person)

International Center for Peace in the Middle East (corporateBody)

Cohen, Elliot E., 1899-1959 (person)

Edwards, Joseph H. B. (person)

Edwards, William H. (person)

Goldstein, Abraham S. (person)

Mazer, Edith (person)

Powers, Walter (person)

Jones, Elwyn (person)

Summers, Robert S. (person)

Everett, Robinson O. (person)

Everett was a Professor of Law at Duke University. From the description of Papers, 1957-1958. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 228656450 ...

Barker, Alan F. (person)

WETA-TV (Television station : Washington, D.C.) (corporateBody)

Bablon, Olive (person)

Kaufman, Andrew L. (person)

In 1957, on the recommendation of Felix Frankfurter, Harvard University Press contracted Andrew L. Kaufman to write a biography of the historically renowned legal figure, Benjamin Nathan Cardozo, (1870-1938). Cardozo was a lawyer, chief judge of the New York Court of Appeals, and a justice of the United States Supreme Court. In 1998, Kaufman's book, Cardozo, was published. Kaufman is the Charles Stebbins Fairchild Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Past appointments...

Mulligan, James M. (person)

Lawyers Guild Review (corporateBody)

Wofford, John G. (person)

Vallindas, Peter G. (person)

Dunphy, Edwin B. (person)

Stout, George Dumas (person)

Haynsworth, Clement F. (Clement Furman), 1912-1989 (person)

Federal judge. Died 1989. From the description of Papers of Clement F. Haynsworth, 1886-1989 (bulk 1957-1989). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71072317 Native of Greenville, S.C.; graduate, Furman University (1933) and Harvard Law School (1936); d. 1989. From the description of Clement F. Haynsworth collection, 1940-1989. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 37440701 Biographical Note ...

Ratcliffe, Robert H (person)

Townes, Charles H. ca. 20. Jh. (person)

Bowe, William J. (person)

Tench, Richard T. (person)

Helman, Irving (person)

Schuyler, William M. (person)

Schäfer, Hans-Jürgen (person)

Scheffler, Israel (person)

Haley, George B., Jr. (person)

Heyman, Ralph E. (person)

Hall of Fame for Great Americans. (corporateBody)

Wescott, Glenway, 1901-1987 (person)

Glenway Wescott (1901-1987) was the author of novels, poetry, short stories, and essays. He met Katherine Anne Porter in Paris in the 1930s, and they remained friends for many years. From the description of Glenway Wescott collection, 1932-1977 (bulk 1932-1962). (University of Maryland Libraries). WorldCat record id: 304239078 Glenway Wescott was an American author and personality. He was born in Wisconsin, and became part of the Paris literary circle of the 1920s before ret...

Board of Legal Examiners (corporateBody)

Mentschikoff, Soia, 1915-.... (person)

Soia Mentschikoff (1915-1984) was born in Russia to American parents and moved to the United States shortly before the Revolution. She began her undergraduate degree at the age of fifteen, studying political science and English at Hunter College in New York. Upon graduation, she moved on to Columbia University where she completed her law degree in 1937. While working at several Wall Street firms, Mentshikoff developed a expertise in