Stanford University Press archival book copies 1900-2012


Stanford University Press archival book copies 1900-2012

The collection consists of archival copies of books published by Stanford University Press.

352.0 Linear feet; (451 boxes)

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Hill, Geoffrey, 1950- (person)

Geoffrey Hill (b. 1932) is an English poet, educated at Oxford and teaches at Cambridge. He is noted for his precision of language and use of serious themes. From the description of Locust songs (to Allan Seager), circa 1968. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 60494807 Geoffrey Hill was born in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire in 1932. After teaching for many years at the universities of Leeds and Cambridge, he moved to the United States in 1988, and no...

Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1904-1967 (person)

J. Robert Oppenheimer: Physicist (quantum theory and nuclear physics). On the physics faculty at California Institute of Technology and University of California, Berkeley in theoretical physics, 1929-1947; director of Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, 1943-1945; chairman of the General Advisory Committee of the Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-1952; director of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, 1947-1966....

Ichihashi, Yamato (person)

BIOGRAPHY Yamato Ichihashi, born in Japan, came to the United States and received his A.B. in Economics from Stanford in 1907, A.M. in 1908, and his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1914. He returned to Stanford in 1913 to become Professor of Japanese History and Government. His special interests included studies of Japanese in America and relations between Japan and the United States. He participated as observer and secretary for the Japanese Governmen...

Arendt, Hannah, 1906-1975 (person)

Hannah Arendt was born in Linden in 1906. At the age of three her family moved to Königsberg. Arendt was raised in a politically progressive, secular family. She studied at the University of Marburg and obtained her doctorate in philosophy writing on Love and Saint Augustine at the University of Heidelberg in 1929. Hannah Arendt encountered increasing anti-Jewish discrimination in 1930s Nazi Germany. In 1933 Arendt was arrested and briefly imprisoned by the Gestapo for performing illegal rese...

Keats, John, 1795-1821 (person)

John Keats was an English poet and literary critic. John Keats, English poet, was born in London, England, on 29 or 31 Oct. 1795. He died of tuberculosis in Italy on 23 Feb. 1821. In 1810, Keats was articled to a surgeon, T. Hammond, in Edmonton for five years. The contract was broken in 1814 or 1815. He then continued his study of surgery in London, entering Guy's Hospital on 2 Oct. 1815. In 1816, Keats became a dresser at Guy's and on 25 July 1816 passed his licentiate at Apothecaries' H...

Blanchot, Maurice, 1907-2003 (person)

Maurice Blanchot (1907-2003) was born in Quain, in Saône-et-Loire, to a conservative and Catholic family. Blanchot went on to study Philosophy and German at the University of Strasbourg, where he first met Emmanuel Levinas and became lifelong friends, likely in 1925 or 1926. By 1929, Blanchot moved to Paris. He briefly studied medicine at Saint Anne’s Hospital in the early 1930s and then became involved with writing for French far-right journals. With the outbreak of World War II, Blanchot withd...

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Weems, M. L. (Mason Locke), 1759-1825 (person)

Mason Locke Weems (October 11, 1759 – May 23, 1825), usually referred to as Parson Weems, was an American book agent and author who wrote the first biography of George Washington immediately after his death. He was the source of some of the apocryphal stories about Washington. The tale of the cherry tree ("I cannot tell a lie, I did it with my little hatchet") is included in the fifth edition of The Life of Washington (1809 imprint, originally published 1800), a bestseller that depicted Washingt...

Dempster, Germaine, 1898-1970 (person)

Germaine Celestine Henriette Collette was born in France. She graduated from the University of Liege and later emigrated to the United States in 1924 to complete requirements for a Ph.D. in English Literature at Stanford University, California. Her thesis on the dramatic irony of Geoffrey Chaucer, published in 1932, set the stage for years of extensive study about Chaucer and the Canterbury Tales, for which she became a noted authority. She wrote and published numerous articles, reviews and boo...

Bell, Susan Groag, 1926-2015 (person)

Susan Groag Bell (25 January 1926 – 24 June 2015) was a Czech-American pioneer in Women's Studies. At a time when there were no academic courses nor textbooks, offered in women's history, Bell compiled images of women's participation in society from artworks and began presenting lectures to present roles women had held in society. In 1971, a year after the first women's studies course was offered in the United States, Bell taught her own class on the subject and prepared a reading guide for the ...

Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (person)

Composed 1916-18. The original ms. had a pencilled-in note saying: "This is the only copy anywhere." See note from Mrs. Cowell 19 Nov. 1959: "The first symphony is a student work, and I hope earnestly for it not to be performed." This is a facsimile of the composer's holograph score, according to Bill Lichtenwanger.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Symphony in B minor / Henry Cowell. 1918. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 45207014 Compo...

Wright, Teresa, 1918-2005 (person)

Muriel Teresa Wright (October 27, 1918 – March 6, 2005) was an American actress. She was nominated twice for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress: in 1941 for her debut work in The Little Foxes, and in 1942 for Mrs. Miniver, winning for the latter. That same year, she received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in The Pride of the Yankees, opposite Gary Cooper. She is also known for her performances in Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt (1943) and ...

Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 (person)

Mark Twain (b. Samuel Langhorne Clemens, November 30, 1835, Florida, MO – d. April 21, 1910, Redding, CT) was an American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer. Among his novels are The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876) and its sequel, the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885). Twain served an apprenticeship with a printer and then worked as a typesetter, contributing articles to the newspaper of his older brother Orion Clemens. He later became a riverboat pil...

Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950 (person)

Born in Dublin, Ireland, on July 26, 1856, George Bernard Shaw was the only son and third and youngest child of George Carr and Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly Shaw. Though descended from landed Irish gentry, Shaw's father was unable to sustain any more than a facade of gentility. Shaw's official education consisted of being tutored by an uncle and briefly attending Protestant and Catholic day schools. At fifteen Shaw began working as a bookkeeper in a land agent's office which required him t...

Geertz, Clifford, 1926-2006 (person)

Clifford James Geertz (August 23, 1926 – October 30, 2006) was an American anthropologist who is remembered mostly for his strong support for and influence on the practice of symbolic anthropology, and who was considered "for three decades...the single most influential cultural anthropologist in the United States." He served until his death as professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. ...

United States. Department of State (corporateBody)

The Department of Foreign Affairs was established by an act of July 27, 1789 (1 Stat. 28) and redesignated the Department of State by an act of September 15, 1789 (1 Stat. 68). It was the agency of the United States created by law to assist the President in the formulation and execution of the Nation's foreign policy, and in the conduct of foreign affairs and of certain domestic affairs. The Department made plans for peace and security among all nations, participated in the United Nations and o...

Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564 (person)

Epithet: sculptor, painter, poet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000295.0x0002d2 ...

Krieger, Murray, 1923-2000 (person)

Murray Krieger was born in Newark, New Jersey on November 23, 1923 and died in Laguna Beach, California on August 5, 2000. His older brother was Leonard Krieger, who became one of the leading intellectual historians in the United States. Krieger attended local high schools, and his undergraduate work at Rutgers University was interrupted by service in the armed forces in World War II, including a stint in India. After graduating with an A.M. degree from the University of Chicago in ...

Cixous, Hélène, 1937- (person)

Hélène Cixous was born in 1937 in Oran, Algeria, a hybrid city “full of neighborhoods, of peoples, of languages,” which inspired one of her earlier poetic fictions, the bilingual Vivre l’orange/To Live the Orange. She was the first child of Eve Cixous, née Klein (b. 1910), a refugee from Osnabrück in Nazi Germany, and her husband Georges Cixous (1909–1948), whose ancestors had come to Algeria through the expulsion and trade routes from Spain and Morocco. Hélène’s father was a physician, who had ...

Derrida, Jacques, 1930-2004 (person)

Jacques Derrida was born in El-Biar, Algeria on July 15, 1930. He spent his childhood attending primary schools in El-Biar and Algiers until the beginning of Pétainisation within the Algerian school system in 1940, at which point Derrida and other Jewish students began to experience forms of anti-Semitism in the classroom; by 1942 he was barred completely from attending class at the Lycée Ben Aknoum. Although the Germans never occupied Algeria, Derrida was not allowed to return to ...

Amo, Julián (person)

Ferris, Gordon Floyd, 1893-1958 (person)

Ferris earned his AB (1916) and MA (1918) in biology (entomology) at Stanford University. He was appointed teaching assistant in entomology in 1917 and remained at Stanford until his death in 1958 when he was Professor of Entomology. From the description of An estimate of our situation in biology : typescript, circa 1946. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 465107999 Biographical/Historical Sketch Ferris earned his AB (1916) a...

Wintroub, Michael (person)

Porter, James I., 1954-.... (person)

Kritzer, Herbert M., 1947-.... (person)

Reichman, Ravit (person)

Canizares-Esguerra, Jorge (person)

Valdez, Zulema (person)

Killinger, George G. (person)

Augier, Mie and James G. March (person)

Tugwell, Franklin, 1942- (person)

Stone, Wilfred Healey, 1917- (person)

Author and professor of English at Stanford University (1936- ). Areas of research include nineteenth century and modern English literature. From the description of Wilfred Healey Stone papers, ca. 1940-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122448008 Stone wrote The cave and the mountain; a study of E. M. Forster, which was first published in 1966. Edward Morgan Forster was an English novelist, short story writer, essayist and librettist. From the description of W...

Kramish, Arnold, 1923-2010 (person)

Matt, Daniel Chanan. (person)

Chernus, Ira, 1946-.... (person)

Curti, Merle (Merle Eugene), 1897-1996 (person)

Mazlish, Bruce, Nayan Chanda, and Kenneth Weisbrode, ed (person)

Lockhart, James A. (James Alexander), 1850-1905 (person)

James Lockhart collected bird and egg specimens for the US National Museum, in Alaska, in the 1860's. Smithsonian Institution Archives Field Book Project: Person : Description : rid_466_pid_EACP463 Epithet: Scottish conductor British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000210.0x00038d Epithet: of Lee British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_...

Martin, Isaac William (person)

Dekker, George (person)

Hsi hsiang chi (person)

Scott, Flora Murray (person)

Scott was born in Craig, Scotland, on Sept. 6, 1891; BSc, 1914; MA, St. Andrews Univ., 1911; Ph. D, Stanford, 1925; came to US in 1922 and was naturalized in 1935; faculty member at American College for Women at Constantinople (1921) and Stanford (1922-25) before coming a professor at UCLA in 1925; Chairman, Dept. of Botany, UCLA; first president, UCLA Assn. of Academic Women; research focused on physiological plant anatomy; became professor emeritus in 1959; honors include Order of the British ...

Cummings, Katherine (person)

Storey, Thomas A. (Thomas Andrew), 1875-1943 (person)

Professor at the School of Hygiene at Stanford (1926-1940; emeritus, 1940-1943). Storey received his M.D. from Harvard in 1905. He wrote books on hygiene and was a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. From the description of Thomas A. Storey papers, 1912-1940. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754863715 From the description of Thomas A. Storey scrapbooks, 1913-1918. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 701211541 Biog...

California Council on Improvement of Instruction (person)

Holderlin, Friedrich (person)

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace (person)

Farnsworth, Beatrice. (person)

Westad, Odd Arne (person)

Berger, Jennifer Garvey, 1970- (person)

Giroux, Susan Searls (person)

Suzuki, Hikaru (person)

Brettell, Caroline B. and Deborah Reed-Danahay (person)

Logan, Wayne A., 1960- (person)

Carochi, Horacio, 1579-1662 (person)

Lyons, Phyllis I., 1942- (person)

Schachter, Stanley, 1922-1997 (person)

Social psychologist, professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota, later at Columbia University from 1961 to 1992. From the description of Stanley Schachter papers, 1945-1998. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 83226109 Described by his colleagues as a "brilliant experimentalist" in the field of social psychology, Dr. Stanley Schachter was not only known for his many important and influential contributions to social psychology, but to the en...

Bemis, Maynard (person)

Kingston, Paul W., 1951-.... (person)

Ewers, John C. (John Canfield), 1909-1997 (person)

Folkenflik, Robert, editor (person)

Grant, H. Roger, 1943- (person)

Country Club of Washington Township (Calif.). Research Committee (person)

Oliver, Peter, 1939-…. (person)

Claremont (Calif.). Social Research Center (person)

Watson, James L. (ed.) (person)

Barney, Richard A., 1955-.... (person)

Weber, G. M. (Georges Minch) (person)

Morley, Sylvanus Griswold (person)

Wilkie, Raymond (person)

Israel, John, 1935-.... (person)

Bybee, Kieth J., ed (person)

Lyons, John D., 1946- (person)

Khazzoom, Aziza (person)

Ford, Newell F., 1912-.... (person)

Loyn, H. R. (Henry Royston) (person)

Issacharoff, Michael. (person)

Lowenthal, Abraham F. (person)

Rajak, Dinah (person)

Williams, R. Hal (Richard Hal), 1941-.... (person)

Brandt, Joan Elizabeth (person)

Olearius, Adam, 1603-1671 (person)

Kadish, Mortimer R. (Mortimer Raymond), 1916-2010 (person)

Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, approximately 4 B.C.-65 A.D. (person)

Robert Foxall was the son of a wealthy Southampton grocer. He matriculated at Brasenose College, Oxford in 1626. From the description of Translation of selections of Seneca's epistles [manuscript], 1624? (Folger Shakespeare Library). WorldCat record id: 676690718 ...

Johnston, Richard et al., editors (person)

Mondzain, Marie-Jose (person)

Herre, Albert W. (Albert William), 1868-1962 (person)

Beaglehole, J.C. (John Cawte) (person)

Sharpe, Kevin and Peter Lake, editors (person)

Tang, Xiaobing, 1964- (person)

Alexander, Amir R. (person)

Gunningham, Neil (person)

Bunyan, James, 1898-.... (person)

James Bunyan was a fellow at Walter Hines Page School of International Relations from 1937-1938. He authored three monographs on Soviet and Russian history; The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1918; Intervention, Civil War and Communism in Russia, April-December,1918; and The Origin of Forced Labor in the Soviet State, 1917-1921. Prior to his appointment to the Page School, he worked for the Hoover War Library at Stanford University. From the description of Papers, 1930s (Johns Hopkins Un...

Alliston, April (person)

Jansen, Jonathan D. (person)

Jonathan Jansen received his Ph.D. in education and international development from Stanford University. From the description of Jonathan Jansen inaugural speech and press releases on the occasion of his induction as Rector and Vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State, 2009. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754865340 ...

Newman, Robert D., 1966- (person)

Kumon, Shunpei, 1935-.... (person)

Ryan, Lawrence V. (person)

Engerman, Stanley L. (person)

Skinner, Elliott P. (Elliott Percival), 1924-2007 (person)

Campbell, Douglas Houghton, 1859-1953 (person)

Professor of Botany on Stanford's first faculty (1891-1925; emeritus 1925-1953) and authority on the structure and reproduction of mosses and ferns. From the description of Douglas Houghton Campbell papers, 1888-1953. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 701289710 Biographical/Historical Sketch Professor of Botany on Stanford's first faculty (1891-1925; emeritus 1925-1953) and authority on the structure and reproduction of moss...

Carswell, John (person)

Murav, Harriet, 1955-.... (person)

Binder, Raymond C. (Raymond Charles) (person)

Shimada, Kenji, 1959- (person)

Coppedge, Michael, 1957- (person)

Deutsch, Sandra McGee, 1950-.... (person)

Scherer, Nancy (person)

Brody, Richard A. (person)

Dienstag, Joshua Foa, 1965-.... (person)

Benei, Veronique (person)

Virchow, Rudolf Ludwig Karl (person)

Savvides, Andreas (person)

Macauley, Melissa Ann (person)

Davis, Winston, 1939-.... (person)

Little, Arthur L. (person)

Gross, Ruth T. (person)

Edelman, Lee, 1953-.... (person)

Schramm, Wilbur, 1907-1987 (person)

Schramm was professor of English, first director of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and director of the School of Journalism at the University of Iowa; dean or director of communications programs at the University of Illinois, Stanford University, and the East-West Center, University of Hawaii; d. 1987. From the description of Papers of Wilbur Schramm, 1936-1949. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 233118799 ...

Szelenyi, Szonja, 1960- (person)

Lukes, Steven (person)

Fidler, David P. and Lawrence O. Gostin (person)

Reynolds, Clark W. and Carlos Tello, editors (person)

Buell, Robert Kingery (person)

Elliott, Ellen Coit (person)

Ellen Coit Elliott, wife of Orrin Leslie Elliott, Stanford University's first registrar, was the author of several books of poetry and an autobiography, IT HAPPENED THIS WAY; AMERICAN SCENE. From the description of Ellen Coit Elliott papers, 1891-1942. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 505559069 Jean de Luce was a Protestant minister in France. From the description of De Luce family genealogical research notes, 1957. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 38...

Oliver, Peter, 1713-1791 (person)

Peter Oliver was Chief Justice of the Superior Court of the Coloney of Massachusetts from 1772-1775. He was an American loyalist during the American Revolution. In 1776 he left Massachusetts and settled in England. From the description of Origin and progress of the American rebellion in the year 1776, in a letter to a friend, 1825. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 758521297 ...

Fetter, Jean, 1937- (person)

Gooding-Williams, Robert (person)

Gasche, Rudolphe (person)

Shirane, Haruo, 1951-.... (person)

Mitchell, Andrew J. (person)

Runnels, Curtis Neil, 1950- (person)

Chan, Jennifer. (person)

Pineda, Yovanna, 1971-.... (person)

Raun, Toivo U. (person)

Szonyi, Michael (person)

Pryor, Helen Brenton, 1897-1972 (person)

Dr. Helen Brenton Pryor (born July 31, 1897, Green Mountain Falls, Teller County, Colorado - died July 7, 1972, San Mateo County, California) was a pediatrician, writer and Protestant missionary. She was the daughter of Mary Celinda Foster Brenton and William Henry Brenton. She was the wife of Roy Jay Pryor....

Fishbane, Eitan P., 1975-.... (person)

Lutz, Ralph Haswell, 1886-1968 (person)

American historian; chairman, Board of Directors, Hoover War Library, 1925-1943. From the description of Ralph Haswell Lutz papers, 1902-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869740 Biographical Note 1886, May 18 Born, Circleville, Ohio 1906 A.B., Stanford University ...

Cottrell, Fred, 1903-1979 (person)

Lewis, Philip E. (Philip Eugene), 1942- (person)

Midelfort, H. C. Erik (person)

Newman, K. (person)

Butow, Robert J.C. (Robert Joseph Charles), 1924- (person)

Professor of History at the University of Washington in Seattle and author of books and articles on the Roosevelt period. From the description of Papers, 1980-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155521875 Robert Joseph Charles Butow (b. 1924) was an instructor in History from 1954 to 1959, and an Assistant Professor form 1959 to 1960 at Princeton University in New Jersey. He is currently Professor Emeritus at the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of ...

Mitroff, Ian I. and Abrahma Silvers (person)

Ono, Kazuko, 1932- (person)

Bullough, Edward, 1880-1934 (person)

Sas, Miryam (person)

Harris, R. W. (Ronald Walter) (person)

Pfau, Thomas, 1960-.... (person)

Bryson, Bethany (person)

Smith, Albert William, 1862-1927 (person)

Berra, Tim M., 1943-.... (person)

Glen, William (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001244.0x00007c ...

Baxter, Hugh (person)

Morson, Gary Saul (person)

Barrett, Michèle and Anne Phillips, editors (person)

Rorty, Richard (person)

Richard McKay Rorty (1931-2007) is commonly described as one of the most influential thinkers of his era. A philosopher with a remarkably broad intellectual range, his work included the development of a distinctive brand of pragmatism as well as significant contributions to literary criticism, political theory, and other scholarly fields. He was also a public intellectual, writing for such publications as The Nation and The Atlantic. Rorty was born on October 4, 1931, in New York City. The son o...

Katō, Shizue, 1897- (person)

Hertog, Ekaterina (person)

Schenk, Edward T. (Edward Theodore), 1905- (person)

King, Linda, 1949-.... (person)

Langstroth, Lovell (person)

Thornton, Patricia H. (person)

Perceval, John, fl., 1840-1860 (person)

Kuhonta, Erik Martinez (person)

Schueller, George K. (George Konrad), 1917- (person)

Phillips, Steven E., 1964-.... (person)

Kelley, Truman Lee, 1884-1961 (person)

Kelley (1884-1961) taught education at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Truman Lee Kelley, 1930-1961 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973085 ...

Dore, Ronald, 1925- (person)

Surface, Frank M. (Frank Macy), 1882-1965 (person)

American economist and author; acting chief, Statistical Division, United States Food Administration, 1917-1918; chief statistician, American Relief Administration, 1919-1920; assistant director, United States Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1926-1933; director of sales research, 1933-1945, and assistant to the president, 1945-1947, Standard Oil Company. From the description of Frank Macy Surface papers, 1906-1984. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867295 ...

Sankovitch, Natasha (person)

Poggi, Gianfranco (person)

Todd, William Mills, 1944-.... (person)

McNamara, Kevin R., 1958-.... (person)

Morris, Herbert, editor (person)

Lee, Haiyan (person)

Eichler, Maya (person)

Buttle, Myra, 1896-1965 (person)

Peretz, Eyal (person)

Rossler, Beate, ed (person)

Deming, Richard (person)

Woolard, Kathryn Ann (person)

Patenaude, Bertrand M. (person)

Chance, John K. (person)

Emery, Ashley F. (person)

Kwall, Roberta Rosenthal, 1955- (person)

Dilts, James D., 1936- (person)

Kraay, Hendrik, 1964-... (person)

Holahan, Carole K. (person)

Sefton, Alice Allene (person)

Falcon, Walter P.. .. et al. (person)

Pietsch, Theodore W. (person)

Li, Jiannong (person)

Kecskemeti, Paul (person)

Potter, William C. and Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, eds (person)

Sansom, George Bailey, Sir, 1883-1965 (person)

Professor of Japanese studies and Director of the East Asian Institute, 1947-1953, at Columbia University. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1934]-1941. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122529164 Diplomat, orientalist. From the description of Reminiscences of Sir George Bailey Sansom : oral history, 1957. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309726693 Epithet: GBE KCMG, diplomatist ...

Siegel, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1913- (person)

Bernard Siegel came to Stanford University as assistant professor in anthropology in 1947. In 1954 he was appointed full professor and served as chairman of the department from 1961 to 1964. In 1989, he was appointed professor emeritus. From 1972 to 1975 he was the director of Stanford's Center for Latin American Studies. He has done field research in Brazil, Portugal, and Italy and in Native American pueblos in the United States. Since 1972, he has been the editor of the ANNUAL REVIEW OF ANTHRO...

Croat, Thomas B. (person)

Clarke, Sally H. (person)

White, Edward Arthur, 1907- (person)

Epithet: of Durham British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001086.0x000396 ...

Mendelowitz, Daniel Marcus. (person)

Art historian, educator, author; Stanford, Calif. From the description of Daniel M. Mendelowitz papers, [ca. 1950-1970]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404065 ...

Welaratna, Usha, 1948-.... (person)

Lu, Xiaobo, 1959- (person)

Stein, Ruth, Ph. D. (person)

Polis, Gary A. (person)

Combs, Nancy Amoury (person)

Kim, Daniel Y. (person)

Shreiber, Maeera Y (person)

Prabhakar, Lawrence W. (person)

Mainwaring, Ana Maria Bejarano, and Eduardo Pizarro Leongomez (person)

Newman, Martha G., 1958- (person)

Veenendaal, A. J. (person)

Hartigan, John, Jr (person)

Lu, Hsiao-Peng (person)

McClendon, Muriel C. (person)

Reed, Bradly Ward, 1956- (person)

Street, Richard Steven (person)

Tsin, Michael Tsang-Woon (person)

Wertheimer, Eric (person)

Pekkanen, Saadia M. (person)

Leff, David Neal (person)

Bershader, Daniel and Ronald Hanson, editors (person)

Mann, Ralph (person)

Goldman, Alan (person)

Kano, Takayoshi, 1938- (person)

Fuller, Bruce. (person)

Becker, Carl L. (Carl Lotus), 1873-1945 (person)

Historian; professor of history, Cornell University. From the description of Carl Becker papers, 1898-1956. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64073315 ...

Stiegler, Bernard. (person)

Lima, Luiz Costa, 1937-.... (person)

Pepinsky, Harold B. (person)

Ramsay, Jacob (person)

Tugal, Cihan (person)

Mittelman, James H. (person)

Wiesing, Lambert. (person)

Betts, Paul and Greg Eghigian, editors (person)

Zumthor, Paul, 1915- (person)

Zimmerman, Mary K., Jaquelyn S. Litt, and Christine E. Bose (person)

Carlson, Marcia J. and Paula England (eds.) (person)

Fealing, Kaye Husbands (person)

Whitaker, Virgil Keeble (person)

Field, Hermann H., 1910-.... (person)

Okawa, Kazushi, 1908- (person)

Suárez-Orozco, Carola, 1957- (person)

Chao, Kang 1929- (person)

Stegner, Wallace, ed (person)

Szalontai, Balazs (person)

Bal, Mieke, 1946-.... (person)

Chow, Kai-wing, 1951-.... (person)

Zhou, Yongming (person)

Siu, Helen F. (person)

Russo, Elena (person)

Snedden, Genevra Sisson, 1873- (person)

Lazarovich-Hrebelianovich, Eleanor Hulda Calhoun (person)

Hucker, Charles O. (person)

Charles O. Hucker was born in St. Louis Missouri, on June 21, 1919. He received his PhD with honors in Chinese from the University of Chicago in 1950. He remained at the University of Chicago as an instructor, and later assistant professor of Chinese (1950-1956). In 1956 he went to the University of Arizona (1956-1961) to found a new undergraduate program of Oriental Studies. His experience at Arizona led him to Oakland University (1961-1965) where he designed a program of courses t...

Eells, Walter Crosby, 1886-1962 (person)

Walter Crosby Eells was born near Union, Mason County, Washington on March 6, 1886. Eells attended Whitman College, which was founded by his grandfather, Cushing Eells. There he received a Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, in Mathematics and Greek (1908) and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Pioneer. In 1911, Eells received a Master of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Chicago. Between 1911 and 1914, he held teaching posts at Whitworth College, the United States Naval Academy, and H...

Heith, Diane J. (person)

Resnikoff, George J. (person)

Widiss, Benjamin Leigh (person)

Epstein, James. (person)

Redfield, Marc 1958- (person)

Hawkins, Peter S. (person)

Ronfeldt, David F. (person)

Lewis, Brian (person)

Fruchtl, Josef (person)

Guardino, Peter F., 1963- (person)

Rev, Istvan (person)

Held, David, editor (person)

Dickson, Samuel, 1837-1915 (person)

Epithet: attorney, of Dublin British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000355.0x0003e7 ...

Gillmor, C. Stewart (person)

New, John F. H. (person)

Long, Hoyt J. (person)

Gann, Lewis H., 1924-1997 (person)

Biographical Note Lewis H. Gann 1924, January 26 Born, Mainz, Germany 1944 1947 Served in British Army (Royal Fusiliers) 1950 195...

Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick (Subramanian Karthick), 1975- (person)

Wagner, Valeria (person)

Zax, Jeffrey (person)

Konrad, Herman W. (person)

Leivick, Joel (person)

The Bridge building, home of the student counseling center at Stanford University since the 1970s, was originally the home of Professor Mary McCracken. It was demolished in 2001. From the description of The bridge building : photographs for the Historic American Buildings Survey, 2001. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122546643 ...

Malchow, H. L (person)

Liu, Alan, 1953-.... (person)

Wittenberg, David (person)

Bluedorn, Allen C. (person)

McClure, James D (person)

Kenney, Martin, editor (person)

Ikels, Charlotte, ed (person)

Finch, Frank Herschel (person)

Miles, Raymond E. (person)

Peri, Yoram, editor (person)

Lemmerich, J. (person)

Flint, Christopher, 1957-... (person)

Forstman, Jack, 1929-2012 (person)

Christerson, Brad, et. al., eds (person)

Yusuf, Shahid, Kaoru Nabeshima, and Dwight H. Perkins (person)

Steinbeck, John (person)

From the guide to the John Steinbeck Papers, circa 1960-1961, circa 1960-1961, (Literature and Rare Books) ...

National Academy of Sciences (U. S.). Special Committee on Airships (person)

Dikötter, Frank (person)

Farley, Belmont Mercer, 1891- (person)

Educator, of Washington, D.C. From the description of Belmot Mercer Farley Papers, 1787-1965. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19536565 ...

Nancy, Jean-Luc (ed. Simon Sparks) (person)

Townsend, Camilla, ed. & transl (person)

Walker, Eric C. (person)

Sharpey-Schafer, E. A. (person)

Anderson, H. Dewey (Hobson Dewey), 1897- (person)

Dewey Anderson (1897-1975), an economist and political activist, founded the Public Affairs Institute, an organization devoted to the study of politics, government and economics in Washington, D.C. in 1945. From the description of Papers, 1950-1975. (University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center). WorldCat record id: 28896827 ...

Eitner, Lorenz (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Lorenz Eitner was professor of art at Stanford University and director of the Stanford Museum of Art from 1963 until his retirement in 1989. From the guide to the The development of the Stanford Museum, 1964-1988 report, circa 1988, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives) ...

Frohock, W. M. (Wilbur Merrill), 1908- (person)

Emge, Ludwig A. (Ludwig Augustus), 1885-1982 (person)

Webster, Richard A., 1928-.... (person)

Crane, Susan A. (person)

Hempl, George, 1859-1921 (person)

George Hempl was a professor of of English at the University of Michigan. From the guide to the George Hempl pamphlets and reprints, 1892-1915, (Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan) Professor of Germanic philology at Stanford (1896-1921); President of the American Dialect Society and President of the American Philology Association of the Pacific Coast. From the description of George Hempl papers, 1883-1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122446061 ...

Auge, Marc (person)

Shevky, Eshref (person)

Biography Eshref Shevky was associated with the Haynes Foundation, which published many studies of Los Angeles; Shevky's books include The social areas of Los Angeles, analysis and typology (1949), Your neighborhood, a social profile of Los Angeles (1949), and Social area analysis: theory, illustrative application, and computational procedures (c. 1955). From the guide to the Eshref Shevky Papers, 1945-1960, (University of Califor...

Terriff, Terry, et. al., eds (person)

Fish, J. C. L (person)

Ellenson, David and Daniel Gordis (person)

Pinch, Adela, 1960-.... (person)

Ocampo, José António (person)

Cloud, Roy W (person)

Hilgartner, Stephen (person)

Gray, Agnes Kendrick (person)

Stanford Conference on the Humanities (3rd : 1945 : Stanford, Calif.) (person)

Alacevich, Michele (person)

Bienen, Henry (person)

American political scientist. From the description of Henry Bienen papers, 1961-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869941 Biographical/Historical Note American political scientist. From the guide to the Henry Bienen papers, 1961-1967, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Patocka, Jan, 1907-1977 (person)

Bruntz, George G. (person)

Ehrlich, Paul R. (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Paul R. Ehrlich is Professor of biology at Stanford (1959- ) and is presently Bing Professor of Population Studies; Anne Ehrlich is a Research Assistant in the Biology Department at Stanford. From the guide to the Paul Ehrlich papers, 1954-2001, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives) ...

Barker, Roger G. (Roger Garlock), 1903-1990 (person)

Urrutia, Matilde, 1912-1985 (person)

Rajan, Gita, and Shailja Sharma (Eds.) (person)

Wasserstrom, Jeffrey N. (person)

Aboulafia, Mitchell (person)

Kamuf, Peggy (person)

Allen, Paul H., 1911-1963 (person)

Paul Hamilton Allen conducted botanical field work across Central and South America in the 1930s - 1960s. Smithsonian Institution Archives Field Book Project: Person : Description : rid_137_pid_EACP134 ...

Kaldor, Mary (person)

Blecher, Marc J. (person)

Le Dœuff, Michèle (person)

Kippenberg, Hans G. (Hans Gerhard) (person)

Koeneke, Rodney. (person)

Downing, Eric (person)

Paul, T. V., ed (person)

Huang, Martin W., 1960-.... (person)

Earley, P. Christopher, Soon Ang, and Joo-Seng Tan (person)

Russo, Michael V. (person)

Kahn, Edgar M. (Edgar Myron), 1904-1970 (person)

Kahn was a historian. From the description of Edgar M. Kahn papers, 1955-1969. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 145415924 ...

Förster, Eckart, editor (person)

Cinel, Dino (person)

Weiner, Amir (person)

Park, Gene (person)

Snyder, Susan (person)

Reardon, Bernard M. G. (person)

Booth, Ernest S. (person)

Ascher, Abraham, 1928-.... (person)

Simon, Brian (person)

Saussy, Haun, 1960-.... (person)

Durham, Scott, 1960- (person)

Palmquist, Peter E. (person)

Peter Eric Palmquist (1931-2003) of Arcata, California, was a historian of photography who collected historical and contemporary photographs and research materials about photographers. Women in Photography International is an educational nonprofit group founded in 1981 that serves women photographers, photographic educators, photography students, and gallery owners around the world. It promotes women photographers and their work through programs, exhibitions, juried comp...

Terrio, Susan J. (Susan Jane), 1950- (person)

Starks, Edwin Chapin, 1867-1932 (person)

Kovacs, Maureen Gallery transl. (person)

Bane, Suda Lorena, 1886-1952 (person)

Culbert, Samuel A. (person)

Marrati, Paola. (person)

Smyth, Henry de Wolf 1898-1986 (person)

Henry D. Smyth was the chairman of the Physics Dept. at Princeton University, who prepared a full official report on the Manhattan Project at the direction of Gen. Leslie R. Groves. From the description of Atomic energy for military purposes, 1945 [typescript]. (Hagley Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122516281 Henry De Wolf Smyth was a physicist. From the description of Papers, [ca. 1939]-1986. (American Philosophical Society Library). WorldCat record ...

McKibben, Carol Lynn, 1955- (person)

Scheingold, Stuart A. (person)

Soustelle, Jacques, 1912-1990 (person)

Krstic, Tijana (person)

Nunziato, Dawn C. (person)

Guérard, Albert Léon, 1880-1959 (person)

American educator; broadcaster, United States Office of War Information, 1942-1945. From the description of Albert Léon Guérard papers, 1942-1948. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754868930 Albert Léon Guérard, born in Paris in 1880, came to the United States in 1906 to teach at Williams College. He taught at Stanford from 1907 until 1946 when he retired, except for 12 years between 1913 and 1925 when he was at Rice University and served in the war. He died in Palo Alto, N...

Kirk, Ruth (person)

Ruth Kirk was born May 7, 1925, in Los Angeles, California. She has followed careers as writer, photographer, and natural historian. Early in her life she became interested in the outdoors, and respect for nature. Her main foci in writing are to present both the commonalities and the differences among human beings, and to show that mankind is still a child of the natural system, even with his rapid technological developments. From the guide to the Ruth Kirk Papers, 1967, (University ...

Espinosa, Aurelio Macedonio, 1880-1958 (person)

Owens, W. B. (William Brownlee), b. 1887 (person)

Dobie, Edith, approximately 1890-1975 (person)

Kelvin, Norman. (person)

Bockman, Johanna (person)

Hammer, Ellen J. (Ellen Joy), 1921- (person)

Loesberg, Jonathan, 1950-.... (person)

Boland, Richard J., ed (person)

Vernier, Chester G. (Chester Garfield), 1881-1949 (person)

Westad, Odd Arne (person)

Coopan, Vilashini (person)

Goody, Jack (person)

Barman, Emily (person)

Laszlo, Chris (person)

Lieberthal, Kenneth (person)

Professor at the University of Michigan from 1983-2009. Lieberthal was a faculty member of the Political Science Department, Ross School of Business, and Center for Chinese Studies (CCS). He also served as Director of the Center for Chinese Studies (CCS) from 1986 to 1989. From 1998 to 2000 Lieberthal worked as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Asian Affairs at the National Security Council. From the description of Kenneth Lieberthal photograph series. 1976-2...

Laing, Ellen Johnston and Helen Hui-Ling Liu (person)

Porteus, Evan L. (person)

Cole, R. A. (R. Alan), 1923- (person)

Sharf, Robert H. and Elizabeth Horton Sharf, editors (person)

Lyons, John D., 1946-.... (person)

Mockaitis, Thomas R., 1955-.... (person)

Norris, Andrew (person)

Borges, Dain Edward (person)

Garramuno, Florencia (person)

Fisher, Anne B. (Anne Benson), 1898-1967 (person)

Anne B. Fisher was born Evelyn Anne Benson on February 1, 1898, in Denver, Colorado. She attended the University of Denver and the University of Colorado Medical School, and trained a a nurse. After graduation in 1918, she worked as a field bacteriologist for the U.S. Bureau of Animal Industry and established a clinical laboratory in Salinas in 1920. During this period she published medical papers. In 1922 she married Walter Kendrick Fisher, the director of the Hopkins Marine Laboratory in Pacif...

Rein, Raanan (person)

Stanley, Elizabeth A. (person)

Young, Edna Hill (person)

Schluchter, Wolfgang, 1938-.... (person)

Green, George D. (person)

Hamburg, Gary M. (person)

Weiler, Kathleen (person)

Criswell, Joan H. (person)

Erie, Steven P. (person)

Lederman, Daniel, 1968-.... (person)

Suny, Ronald Grigor (person)

Anderson, Terry Lee, 1946-.... (person)

Portland Art Museum (person)

Jacobson, Marcey (person)

Safley, James Clifford (person)

Engel, David Joshua, 1951- (person)

Goshen-Gottstein, Alon (person)

Sōchō, 1448-1532. (person)

Carey, S. Warren (Samuel Warren) (person)

MacCannell, Juliet Flower with Laura Zakarin, editors (person)

McNulty, Stephanie (person)

Lubman, Stanley B., 1934-.... (person)

Trevino, Linda Klebe and Gary R. Weaver (person)

Cheyette, Bryan and Laura Marcus, editors (person)

Kollmann, Nancy Shields, 1950-.... (person)

Ellsworth, Riached R (person)

Diener, Alexander C. (person)

Woloch, Isser, editor (person)

Sundstrom, Lisa McIntosh, 1971- (person)

Stow, Kenneth R. (person)

Morgan, Stephen L. (Stephen Lawrence), 1971- (person)

Midlarsky, Manus I. (person)

Webster, Hutton, 1875-1955 (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Hutton Webster earned his A.B. (1896) and M.A. (1897) in economics at Stanford and his Ph.D. at Harvard in 1904. He married Winifred Fry, Stanford class of 1898, in 1903. He taught at Williams College and the University of Nebraska until 1933, when he joined the Stanford faculty as a lecturer in sociology. From the guide to the Hutton Webster papers, circa 1930-1952, (Department of Special Collection...

Mathews, John A. John A. Mathews papers. (person)

Calder, Kent and Min Ye (person)

Court, Franklin E., 1939- (person)

Solow, Robert M. (person)

Nobel Prize-winning economist, professor, and professor emeritus in Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 1949. From the description of Robert M. Solow papers, 1951-2011. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 704272950 ...

Britnell, George E. (George Edwin) (person)

Weiss, Shira Wolosky, 1954- (person)

Rocco Linsalata, Carmine (person)

Helvenston, Harold (person)

Stokhof, M. B. J. (Martin B. J.) (person)

Booth, George C. (person)

Stanford University. School of Medicine (person)

Agamben, Giorgio, 1942-.... (person)

Stewart, Virginia, 1909- (person)

Sheridan, James E. (person)

Friedman, Lawrence M. (Lawrence Meir), 1930- (person)

Elliott, Mark, 1963-.... (person)

Kunze, Bonnelyn Young (person)

Buckler, Julie A. (person)

Baiocchi, Gianpaolo, et. al. (eds.) (person)

Lawrence, A. W. (Arnold Walter), 1900- (person)

Baxter, Janeen and Mark Western, editors (person)

Legg, Keith R., 1935- (person)

Mizuno, Hiromi, 1969-.... (person)

Breitwieser, Mitchell (person)

Maryanski, Alexandra (person)

Jasper, Scott, ed (person)

Clunan, Anne L., 1968-.... (person)

Deutsch, Otto Erich, 1883-1967 (person)

Austrian biographer and bibliographer. From the description of Typewritten letters signed (2), dated : Vienna, 4 February and 16 July 1963, to James Fuld, 1963 Feb. 4 and July 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270874456 ...

Murav, Harriet (person)

Wills, David, 1953- (person)

Hill, Stuart (person)

Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904 (person)

Xunzi, 340 B.C.-245 B.C. (person)

Cossman, Brenda, 1960- (person)

Ziarek, Krzysztof (person)

Heschel, Abraham Joshua, 1907-1972 (person)

Abraham Joshua Heschel was an internationally known scholar, author, activist, and theologian. He was born in Warsaw, Poland into a distinguished family of rabbis. Heschel studied philosophy in Berlin, Germany and was deported from Frankfurt to Warsaw where he escaped to London just before the Nazi invasion. After a brief time in London, he immigrated to the United States, first teaching at the Hebrew Union College and then at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America where he taught as Profess...

Pumpian-Mindlin, Eugene, 1908-1976 (person)

Solomon, Herbert, 1919-.... (person)

Hexter, J. H. (Jack H.), 1910-1996 (person)

Jack H. Hexter (1910-1996) was born May 25, 1910 in Memphis, Tennessee. He was a historian who specialized in Tudor and seventeenth-century British history and was well known for his comments on historiography. In his later years, Hexter also became involved in politics. Hexter married Ruth Mullin in 1942; they had three children. In 1931, Hexter was awarded a B.A. by the University of Cincinnati. He went on to teach at Queens College in New York from 1939 to 1957. Hexter then taught at Washingt...

Chamberlin, Waldo, 1905-.... (person)

Historian. From the description of Reminiscences of Waldo Chamberlin : oral history, 1952. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309728979 ...

Gans, Eric Lawrence, 1941-.... (person)

Hahn, Eugene F. (Eugene Frederick), 1904-1944 (person)

Wettstein, Florian. (person)

Nikulin, Dmitri (person)

Birnbaum, Pierre. (person)

Humphreys, Leonard A., 1924- (person)

Ingles, Lloyd G. (person)

Clark, George T. (person)

Epithet: engineer and archaeologist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000624.0x0000fb ...

Russ, Charles V. J. (person)

Havran, Martin J. (person)

Kirkwood, Marion Rice, 1887-1978 (person)

Baer, Morley (person)

Morley Baer, former head of the photography department of the San Francisco Art Institute, was a prize-winning photographer, well-known for his photographs of Victorian houses in San Francisco as well as images of California's farmlands and coastline. He was based in Monterey, moving there in 1946 after his service in the Navy during World War II. His published books of photography include Painted Ladies: San Francisco's Resplendent Victorians, The Wilder Shore, and Adobes in the Sun. He died No...

Hansen, Jo-Ida C. (person)

Scheiber, Harry N., editor (person)

Hammer, Ellen J. (Ellen Joy), 1921- (person)

Otis, Eileen M. (person)

Salomon, Nanette (person)

Chang, Shenglin (person)

McGrath, Jason (person)

Elvin, Mark and G. William Skinner, editors (person)

Feldman, Martha S., 1953- (person)

Torossian, Aram (person)

O'Neil, R. G. (LRobert Grant), 1905- (person)

Proctor, William Martin, 1875-1937 (person)

Hamilton, Paul (person)

Paul Hamilton lived at Cwt-soig, Llangadwaladr, north Wales. No further biographical information is available at time of compilation. From the guide to the Paul Hamilton Papers, c. 1844 - 1952, (Bangor University) ...

Wolff, David, 1960- (person)

Franke, William (person)

Hellner-Eshed, Melila (person)

Drekmeier, Charles (person)

Ackoff, Russell Lincoln, 1919-2009 (person)

Kapur, S. Paul. (person)

Menke, Christoph, 1958- (person)

Wolf, Joan B. (Joan Beth) (person)

Blumenberg, Hans (person)

Judd, Ellen R., 1950-.... (person)

Sarat, Austin, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey (ed.) (person)

Gallagher, Kevin (person)

Warnke, Georgia (person)

Farnsworth, Paul R. (Paul Randolph), 1899-1978 (person)

Machosky, Brenda, ed (person)

Baker, David P., and Gerald K. Letendre (person)

Gruzinski, Serge (person)

Mowery, David C. (person)

Kronman, Anthony T. (person)

Shapira, Anita. (person)

Locke, John, 1792-1856 (person)

Epithet: merchant, of London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000569.0x00017c Epithet: of Stowe MS 748 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000569.0x000180 Epithet: MA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000569.0x00017b Epithet: author of 'Ireland's Re...

Broom, Leonard. (person)

L. Broom is Professor of Sociology, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University. From the description of Literary manuscript [manuscript]. 1973. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225840611 ...

Snyder, Rixford Kinney (person)

Marckworth, M. Lois (person)

Sociologist. From the description of Dissertations in physics collection, 1959-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78025032 ...

Troyat, Henri, 1911-2007 (person)

Radius, Walter Albrecht, 1910- (person)

Isett, Christopher Mills (person)

Correll, Donovan S. (person)

Sooy, Louise Pinkney (person)

Mason, Andrew, editor (person)

Marder, Elissa (person)

Boswell, James, 1740-1795 (person)

James Boswell (1740-1795) was the author of one of the most influential biographies in the English language, The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. He also wrote two successful travel books: An Account of Corsica, and The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides. He worked intermittently as a lawyer, and in 1782 succeeded his father as Laird of Auchinleck in Scotland. From the description of James Boswell letters, 1762-1795. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612839330 Boswell wa...

Lundberg, Craig C., and Cheri A. Young (person)

Re, Lucia (person)

Mullins, A.F., 1947- (person)

Wohlstetter, Roberta (person)

Albert J. Wohlstetter Biographical Note 1913 December 19 Born in New York City 1934 B.A., College of the City of New York 1934 1935 Studied, Columbia University Law School ...

Stuart, Jan, 1955-.... (person)

Braroe, Niels W. (person)

Stuart, Graham H. (Graham Henry), 1887- (person)

American political scientist; consultant, United States Department of State, 1943-1945 and 1952-1953; adviser to the American minister, Tangier, Morocco, 1946. From the description of Graham H. Stuart papers, 1917-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754871074 Professor of political science at Stanford (1923-1952; emeritus 1952-1983); consultant to the Board of Economic Warfare and the Department of State during World War II, and American minister to Tangier and Morocco. ...

Austin, W. C (person)

Hanser, Amy (person)

Jacobs, Wilbur R. (person)

Biography Wilbur R. Jacobs was born on June 30, 1918, in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from UCLA in 1940 then received a MA in history with honors from UCLA in 1942. In 1941, he entered the Army Air Forces, and was discharged from the service in late 1945. Jacobs returned to UCLA for a PhD in history in 1947. He was a member of the history department faculty at Stanford University, 1947-1949, during which time he also taught at Indian Unive...

Phillips, James (James B.) (person)

Epithet: running footman to George, 4th Duke of Marlborough British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000243.0x0002eb Epithet: of Add MS 20191 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000243.0x0002e7 Epithet: Surgeon at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:...

Brown, Vinson, 1912-1991 (person)

Lewis, Clarence Irving, 1883-1964 (person)

Clarence Irving Lewis, born 1883 in Massachusetts, was a professor of philosophy. Lewis taught at the University of California (1911-1920) and Harvard (1920-?) and was the author of several philosophic works. He died in 1964. From the description of Clarence Irving Lewis papers, 1933-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500133 C.I. Lewis taught philosophy at Stanford for several years following his retirement from Harvard. While John Hammond was a grad student there (1955...

Leiderman, P. Herbert. (person)

Mote, Frederick W., 1922-2005 (person)

Hadot, Pierre (person)

Glenn, Evelyn Nakano, ed (person)

Ball, M. Margaret (Mary Margaret), 1909- (person)

Keen, A. Myra (Angeline Myra), 1905- (person)

Biographical/Historical Sketch Myra grew up on a cattle ranch in Colorado, about twenty miles south of Colorado Springs. Her parents farmed and raised cattle on the ranch. Myra rode a burro when she was four and bought her own horse when she was thirteen. She attended a one room school house for eight grades. She completed the eight grades in five years. Because of age qualifications she had to wait three years to attend high school. ...

Manuel, Frank Edward (person)

Bloch, Ernst (trans. Anthony A. Nassar) (person)

Terman, Lewis M. (person)

McFarland, George Bradley, 1866-1942 (person)

Biographical Information George Bradley McFarland was born in 1866 to Rev. Samuel Gamble McFarland and Jane Hays McFarland while they were serving as missionaries in Siam (now Thailand). Except for a few years spent in the United States to obtain medical and dental degrees, George McFarland lived most of his life in Siam. After his first wife Mary Root McFarland died in 1923, he married missionary Bertha Blount in 1925. The McFarl...

Goh, Meow Hui (person)

Sanderson, Steven E. (person)

Earle, Carville (person)

Butler, Linda, 1947- (person)

Goodale, Mark. (person)

Krueger, Anne O. and Sajjid Z. Chinoy, editors (person)

Rothberg, Michael. (person)

Stanford University Press. (corporateBody)

Biographical/Historical note The Stanford University Press was established as an independent printing operation at Stanford University in 1892. The university purchased it in 1917, and expanded it into a full-service publishing house in 1925. In 1999, the Press became part of Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources (SULAIR). It publishes scholarly monographs, textbooks, and professional reference works. Fr...

Sarpkaya, Turgut, 1928-... (person)

Graham, Wendy, 1957-.... (person)

Loeb, Leonard B. (person)

Professor of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley for 36 years and Professor Emeritus for 20 more. From the description of Supplement to Autobiography : typescript, 1970 February. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 214932738 Leonard Benedict Loeb (1891-1978), physicist. From the description of Oral history interview with Leonard B. Loeb, 1962 August 7. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83622721 Physicist (electrical pheno...

Gleason, William A. (person)

Friedman, Lawrence M., 1963- (person)

Davis, Richard W., editor (person)

Oros, Andrew (person)

Cesa, Marco, 1958-.... (person)

Dunigan, Molly (person)

Brinton, Anna Cox (person)

Joel Bean (1825-1914) was a Quaker minister associated with the "Beanite" branch of Quakerism. Born in New Hampshire, he moved to West Branch, Iowa as a young man, where he met and married Hannah Elliot Shipley. Joel was appointed clerk of Iowa Yearly Meeting in 1867, and the couple went on a ministry tour of Europe from 1872-1873. When they returned from the trip to Europe the Beans could not approve of the direction the revival movement among Friends in Iowa had taken. The revival...

Collins, Carvel, ed (person)

Fabrega, Horacio (person)

Cogswell, Thomas, 1952-.... (person)

Pacific Arts Association (person)

Reyfman, Irina. (person)

Lindsay, Franklin, 1916-.... (person)

Lieutenant colonel, United States Army; attached to Office of Strategic Services, 1944-1945; consultant, United States House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Aid, 1947-1948; representative to the Executive Committee, Organization for European Economic Cooperation, 1948-1949. From the description of Franklin Lindsay papers, 1943-1998. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754868754 Biographical Note ...

Landy, Joshua, ed (person)

Greever, William S. (person)

Miceli, Thomas J. (person)

Tavarez, David (person)

Murray, Jack, 1930-.... (person)

Phillips, D.C. (Denis Charles), 1938- (person)

This letter was written shortly after the end of the Civil War. It describes local politics, a political assassination, interracial violence and a killing, and the attitudes of white Kentuckians toward the new freedmen. The letter concerns the political factions in the state over the 13th Amendment, and give opinions about the outcome of certain elections. The Conklin referred to in the letter went on to beat Anderson Gray in the discussed election. From the description of Reconstruc...

Horton, H. Mack. (person)

Mirrielees, Edith Ronald, 1878-1962 (person)

Edith R. Mirrielees was Professor of English at Stanford 1909-1944, emeritus 1944-1962. From the description of Edith R. Mirrielees papers, 1870-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122448781 Biographical/Historical Sketch Mirrielees was Professor of English at Stanford 1909-1944, emeritus 1944-1962. From the guide to the Edith R. Mirrielees papers, 1863-1964, (Department of Special Collections and University ...

Levinas, Emmanuel (person)

Ferguson, Charles A. (Charles Albert), 1921-1998 (person)

Ferguson taught at Harvard's Center for Middle Eastern Studies. From the description of Languages of the Middle East / by Charles A. Ferguson. 1956. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 228509706 Professor of linguistics at Stanford University since 1967. Prior to coming to Stanford, Ferguson was director of the Center for Applied Linguistics and taught and conducted research at the Harvard Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Foreign Service Institute in Washingto...

Myers, Earl H. (person)

Lu, Weijing (person)

Zhang, Li (person)

Biographical/Historical Note Chinese economist. From the guide to the Zhang Li writings, 1992, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Wills, David (person)

Reizbaum, Marilyn (person)

Haas, Mary R. (Mary Rosamond), 1910-1996 (person)

Linguist Haas began graduate work in Philology at the University of Chicago in 1930, but soon followed her advisor, Edward Sapir, to Yale. There, in 1935, she received her doctorate for an exacting descriptive analysis of Tunica, a linguistic isolate spoken in Louisiana, establishing what would become a life-long association with the Native American languages of the Southeastern United States. Eventually, Haas' research encompassed a wide array of languages from Tunica to Thai to the Athabas...

Schenk, Edward T. (Edward Theodore), 1905- (person)

Hadiz, Vedi R. (person)

Wolff, Jonathan, 1959- (person)

Whiting, Allen Suess 1926- (person)

Gamble, Sidney D. (person)

Johnstone, William Crane, 1901-.... (person)

McGann, Frank D (person)

Willmott, W. E., editor (person)

Andrus, J. Russell (James Russell), 1902- (person)

Epithet: author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001394.0x0000ab The Volunteer Cavalry Company, 1st Brigade, Iron Military District, Nauvoo Legion was commanded by Captain James Andrus and was mustered into service in Saint George, Utah on August 16, 1866. It consisted of five platoons of twelve men each. They were called to examine the country bordering the Colorado River from the Kaibab Plateau to the mouth of...

Eltis, David, 1940-.... (person)

Stanford Conference on Business Education (person)

Svallfors, Stefan (person)

Bowlt, John E. and Olga Matich, editors (person)

Friedman, Lawrence M., 1942- (person)

Coquillette, Daniel R. (person)

Rendtorff, Karl Gustave (person)

Engel, Jeffrey A. (person)

Wells, Susan, Ph. D. (person)

Fisher, Harold H. (Harold Henry), 1890-1975 (person)

American historian; director, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, 1943-1952. From the description of Harold H. Fisher papers, 1917-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867077 Biographical Note 1911 A.B., University of Vermont 1917 1918 ...

Rugeley, Terry, 1956-.... (person)

Noble, Glenn Arthur, 1909- (person)

Kugler, Anne (person)

Bernstein, Susan, 1957-.... (person)

Landis, Raymond B. (person)

Lyotard, Jean-François, 1924-1998 (person)

Jean-François Lyotard, (born August 10, 1924, Versailles, France—died April 21, 1998, Paris), French philosopher and leading figure in the intellectual movement known as postmodernism. As a youth, Lyotard considered becoming a monk, a painter, and a historian. After studying at the Sorbonne, he completed an agrégation (teaching degree) in philosophy in 1950 and joined the faculty of a secondary school in Constantine, Algeria. In 1954 he became a member of Socialisme ou Barbarie (“Socialism or...

Okimoto, Daniel I. and Thomas P. Rohlen, editors (person)

Arrom, Silvia Marina, 1949-.... (person)

Chu, Hsiao-Yun and Roberto G. Trujillo, eds (person)

MacDonald, John C. R., d. 1959 (person)

Detienne, Marcel (person)

Ward, Joseph P., 1965-.... (person)

Hill, L. M. (Lamar M.) (person)

Benedict, Carol (Carol Ann), 1955- (person)

Edwards, Louise (person)

Tomasevich, Jozo, 1908-1994 (person)

Yugoslav-American historian; member, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1944-1946. From the description of Jozo Tomasevich papers, 1895-1984. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122645395 Biographical/Historical Note Yugoslav-American historian; member, United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1944-1946. From the guide to the Jozo Tomasevich papers, 1895-1984, (Hoover Instituti...

Fairclough, H. Rushton (Henry Rushton), 1862- (person)

Professor of Classics, Greek and Classical Literature at Stanford (1893-1927; emeritus 1927-1938). From the description of Henry Rushton Fairclough papers, 1886-1937. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122354402 Professor of Latin, Stanford University; Red Cross worker in Switzerland and Montenegro, 1918-1920. From the description of Henry Rushton Fairclough miscellaneous papers, 1914-1920. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867585 ...

Silverman, Kaja. (person)

Weston, Otheto (person)

Mazali, Rela (person)

Mohamed, Feisal (person)

Sumner, Charles Kaiser (person)

Hu, Ying, 1962-.... (person)

Baker, David J., 1957-.... (person)

Zemka, Sue, 1958-.... (person)

Baker, Keith M. and P. H. Reill, editors (person)

Kaganov, G. Z. (Grigorii Zosimovich) (person)

Kalicki, Jan H. (person)

Shenhav, Yehouda A. (person)

Butler, Judith, 1956- (person)

Judith Butler, in full Judith Pamela Butler, (born February 24, 1956, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.), is an American academic whose theories of the performative nature of gender and sex were influential within Francocentric philosophy, cultural theory, queer theory, and some schools of philosophical feminism from the late 20th century. Butler’s father was a dentist and her mother an advocate for fair housing. After attending Bennington College, she studied philosophy at Yale University, receiving B.A. ...

Ricciardi, Alessia. (person)

Sitton, Tom, 1949- (person)

Bell, Stephen, 1956- (person)

Sarat, Austin, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey (person)

Wasserstrom, Richard A. (person)

Aggarwal, Vinod K. (person)

Shapiro, Gilbert (person)

Stacy, Helen (person)

Linder, Staffan Burenstam, 1931-2000 (person)

Carter, Harold Dean, 1904- (person)

Cai, Zong-qi, 1955-.... (person)

Goodwin, Cardinal, 1880-1944 (person)

Dahler-Larsen, Peter (person)

Johnston, Bruce F. 1919- (person)

Carter, David M (person)

Gillette, Maris Boyd (person)

Marion, Jean-Luc, 1946-.... (person)

Rancière, Jacques (person)

Sharer, Robert J. with Loa P. Traxler (person)

Kleinberg-Levin, David Michael, 1939-.... (person)

Gaubatz, Piper Rae, 1962- (person)

MacNeil, William P. (person)

Burns, Edward McNall, 1897-1972 (person)

Willame, Jean-Claude (person)

Finkel, Meir (person)

Blacker, Coit D. and Gloria Duffy, editors (person)

Chesnutt, Charles W. (Charles Waddell), 1858-1932 (person)

Charles Waddell Chesnutt was America's first important African-American author, and earned a reputation for both his socially conscious work and his literary innovation. Born in Cleveland to free black parents, he was raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and travelled throughout the south, as well as New York and Washington, D.C., before settling in Cleveland with his wife. He had worked as a teacher, and in Cleveland started a successful stenography business, learned law, and passed the bar ...

Kamieniecki, Sheldon. (person)

Willig, Rosette F. (person)

Aldrich, Howard E. (person)

Bay, Christian, 1921- (person)

Cross, Frank B. (person)

Lucente, Gregory L. (person)

Dahrendorf, Ralf, 1929-2009 (person)

Abi-Mershed, Osama (person)

Tagiuri, Renato, editor (person)

Varela, Francisco J., 1946- (person)

Harlow, Rex F. (Rex Francis), 1892-1993 (person)

Rex F. Harlow earned his doctorate in education at Stanford in 1937 and was on the faculty from 1938 to 1944. He was a major figure in the development of the public relations profession and a founder of the Public Relations Society of America. His published works include SOCIAL SCIENCE IN PUBLIC RELATIONS, PRACTICAL PUBLIC RELATIONS, and PUBLIC RELATIONS IN WAR AND PEACE, as well as many other books on education, history, and children's fiction. He died in 1993. From the description ...

Brown, Philip C., 1947- (person)

Boyarin, Daniel. (person)

Wolfreys, Julian, ed (person)

Puskar, Jason Robert (person)

Goldman, Emily O., 1961-.... (person)

Bybee, Keith J. (person)

McCarthy, John F. (person)

Epithet: gunner E India Co Artillery British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000350.0x0001b5 ...

De la Durantaye, Leland (person)

Underhill, Reuben Lukens (person)

Benditt, Theodore M. (person)

Kurihara, Kenneth K. (person)

Zagorov, Slavčo Dimitrov 1898-1970 (person)

Sidel, John Thayer, 1966-.... (person)

Kirkwood, J. E. (Joseph Edward), 1872-1928 (person)

Joseph Edward Kirkwood was born in 1872. He earned his bachelors degree from Pacific University in 1898, a master's from Princeton University in 1902, and a Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1903. He served in many positions in the New York Botanical Garden, the Continental-Mexican Rubber Company, and the Carnegie Institution Desert Laboratory. In 1909, he became a professor of Botany and Forestry at the University of Montana; he became professor of Botany, and head of that departme...

Bilancia, Philip R. (person)

Lerner, Daniel, 1917-1980 (person)

Educator, social scientist. From the description of Reminiscences of Daniel Lerner : oral history, 1970. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122681112 Biographical Note Daniel Lerner (1917-1980), author and professor of sociology, worked as Chief Editor of the Psychological Warfare Division, SHAEF (1944-1945), and as Chief of Intelligence of the Information Control Division, OMGUS (1945-1946...

Corrigall-Brown, Catherine (person)

Dean, Warren (person)

Robinson, John A. T. (person)

Diamond, John (person)

Perez Lugin, Alejandro, 1870-1926 (person)

Thompson, John B. (John Brookshire) (person)

Miyazaki, Hirokazu (person)

Besnier, Niko. (person)

Kong, Shuyu (person)

Reid, John T. (John Turner), 1908-1978 (person)

Faberman, Hilarie (person)

Plakans, Andrejs (person)

Galbiati, Fernando, 1932-.... (person)

Landau, Ralph, et. al., editors (person)

Chen, Yu-Shi (person)

Lawler, Edward E. (person)

Amanat, Abbas and Frank Griffel (person)

Camden, Vera J. (person)

Evnine, Simon. (person)

Munro, Donald J. (person)

Clark, Jonathan (Jonathan D.) (person)

Biography A 1970 graduate of UCSC, Jonathan Clark is an award winning photographer and designer whose work is in major collections in Europe, Japan and the United States. Publications created at his Artichoke Press in Mountain View are highly regarded in fine art and printing collections internationally. From the guide to the Jonathan Clark photographs, 1969-1973, (University of California, Santa Cruz. University Library. Special ...

Gallup, John Luke, et. al (person)

Toyota, Tritia (person)

Brazell, Karen, transl (person)

Pfeffer, Jeffrey and Gerald R. Salancik (person)

Kyrk, Hazel, 1886-1957 (person)

Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 (person)

Trollope was born on Apr. 24, 1815 in London, England; attended Winchester and Harrow; worked as a junior clerk in the General Post Office and was then transferred as a postal surveyor to Ireland; in 1859 he moved back to London, resigning from the civil service in 1867; stood unsuccessfully as a Liberal candidate for Parliament in 1868; became a novelist, known for his Barsetshire and Palliser series of novels, among others; individual novels include: Barchester Towers (1857), Can you forgive h...

Michaud, Eric (person)

Sensabaugh, G. F. (George Frank), 1906-2002 (person)

Eaton, Margaret, 1871- (person)

Fry, Walter. (person)

Willis, F. Roy (Frank Roy), 1930- (person)

Stickney, Edith Pierpont. (person)

Knoblock, John. ed (person)

Moore, James Gregory, 1930-.... (person)

Thomson, Alex (person)

Campos, Michelle U. (Michelle Ursula), 1971- (person)

Browder, Robert Paul (person)

Bush, Robert R. (person)

Lieberson, Stanley, 1933-.... (person)

Sage, Bruce H. (Bruce Hornbrook), 1909- (person)

Keenan, Alan (person)

Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939 (person)

Austrian neurologist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Vienna, to an unidentified recipient, 1932 Aug. 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270870831 Eisler was the secretary of the Sigmund Freud archive in New York City; Urban was a professor in Mainz, Germany, who was editing a volume of materials on the reception of psychoanalysis. From the description of Correspondence with Franz Werfel and Adolf Klarmann, 1926, 1970-1971. (University of Pennsy...

Draper, John William, 1811-1882 (person)

American chemist and historian. From the description of Autograph letter signed : New York, to Fletcher Harper, 1855 Aug. 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270526126 Physician, chemist and professor. From the description of Letter, undated [probably between 1840 and 1882] : New York City, to Count A. Gurowski. (Duke University). WorldCat record id: 35067636 Epithet: American chemist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person...

McKenzie, Donald Alexander (person)

Chesneaux, Jean, editor (person)

Bray, David (person)

Sensabaugh, G. F. (George Frank), 1906-2002 (person)

Barash, David P. (person)

Jones, William O. (person)

William Don Jones served as a United States (U.S.) Army private in Company D, 110th Engineer Regiment, 35th Division in the American Expeditionary Forces (A.E.F.) during World War I. He later became a national leader in the Disabled American Veterans association. From the description of William Don Jones photograph collection. 1918-1971. (US Army, Mil Hist Institute). WorldCat record id: 48694648 ...

Aliber, Robert Z. (person)

Li, Michelle Osterfeld (person)

Roberts, Priscilla (person)

Ferrell, Lori Anne, 1957-.... (person)

Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976 (person)

Muench, George A. (person)

Neumark, S. Daniel (Solomon Daniel), 1899- (person)

American economist; professor, Food Research Institute, Stanford University, 1954-1964. From the description of S. Daniel Neumark miscellaneous papers, 1954-1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123429601 Biographical/Historical Note American economist; professor, Food Research Institute, Stanford University, 1954-1964. From the guide to the S. Daniel Neumark miscellaneous papers, 1954-1987, (Hoover Institution...

Torlasco, Domietta, 1968- (person)

Montaigne, Michel de, 1533-1592 (person)

Duberman, Martin B. (person)

Martin Bauml Duberman (1930- ), American historian and playwright, has taught history at Yale University, Princeton University and Herbert Lehman College, City University of New York. He wrote biographies of Charles Francis Adams, James Russell Lowell and Paul Robeson as well as historical studies, plays, essays, and reviews. His plays include In White America (1963) about the struggle of African-Americans for freedom and civil rights. Since 1972 he has been active in th...

Wright, Gordon (person)

The photographs were the work of publisher and photographer Gordon Wright. He had worked on photographs and lay-out for the nationalist literary magazine Catalyst and his first publication was a pamphlet by the Scottish poet, Willie Neill. He was also responsible for Four points of a Saltire, a book of poems by Sorley Maclean, George Campbell Hay, William Neill and Stuart McGregor, and a book of Liz Lochhead's poems Memo for Spring . Wright was said to own the largest collection of photographs o...

Miller, Marshall Lee (person)

Miron, Dan. (person)

Reynolds, C. Winton (Clark Winton), 1963- (person)

Kneiss, Gilbert H. (person)

Poleman, Thomas T (person)

Trullinger, James Walker (person)

Middlebrook, Kevin J. and Eduardo Zepeda, editors (person)

Smith, Henry Clay, 1913-2005 (person)

Stanford Workshop on Community Leadership (person)

Hughes, Glenn, 1894-1964 (person)

Playwright and director of the drama program at the University of Washington for more than 30 years. Glenn Hughes was born in 1894 and died in 1964. From the description of Glenn Hughes papers, 1929-1992. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 746226686 ...

Byrne, Charles David, 1895- (person)

Ward, James Arthur, 1941- (person)

Sherburne, John P. (John Pitts) (person)

Shapiro, Ann-Louise, 1944- (person)

Mitchell, Christopher, editor (person)

Bronstein, Jamie L., 1968- (person)

Rupp, Katherine (person)

Gregory, Neil, et. al (person)

Harshav, Benjamin, 1928-.... (person)

Solinger, Dorothy J. (person)

Lacoue-Labarthe, Philippe (person)

Hellegers, Dale M. (person)

Dale M. Hellegers, an independent scholar, began work in the early 1970s on an historical study of the origins of the 1946 Japanese Constitution. Her research focused on how the creation of the new Constitution was affected by World War II and the postwar military occupation of Japan by the United States. Hellegers interviewed many persons who had been involved in the military government of Japan and the drafting of the Constitution. She also engaged in extensive research at the National Archive...

Horn, Robert A. (person)

Gasche, Rodolphe (person)

Petrucci, Armando (person)

Tu, Wei-ming, editor (person)

Vinacke, Harold M. (Harold Monk), 1893- (person)

Newman, Frances Burks (person)

Heath, O. V. S. (Oscar Victor Sayer) (person)

Zeiger, Eduardo. (person)

Lu, Tina (person)

Ricklefs, M. C. (Merle Calvin) (person)

Carter, Steven D. (person)

Hsü, Ginger Cheng-chi (person)

Love, Joseph LeRoy, Jr. (person)

Esterhammer, Angela (person)

Feenberg, Eugene. (person)

Feenberg (1906-1977). Physicist (quantum theory, nuclear physics). A member of the National Academy of Sciences, Professor Feenberg was a member of the Washington University Physics faculty from 1946 to 1977. Prior to coming to Washington University he held positions at Harvard, the University of Wisconsin, and Washington Square College of New York University; and on the staff at Sperry Gyroscope Co. (1942-1946). From 1936 to 1938, Feenberg held a fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study. ...

Moriarty, Michael, 1941-.... (person)

Epithet: labourer, of East Saginaw, USA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000754.0x0001fd ...

Cornelius, Wayne A., 1945-.... (person)

Rand, Richard, editor (person)

Chow, Tse-Tsung (person)

Donhoff, G. William and Michael J. Webber (person)

Silver, Arnold Jacques, 1927-.... (person)

Plesset, Sonja (person)

North, Robert Carver (person)

Biographical/Historical Note American political scientist. From the guide to the Robert Carver North papers, 1928-1995, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Easterly, William, ed (person)

Lai, Zehan (person)

Fahmy, Ziad (Ziad Adel) (person)

Tien, Hung-mao, 1938-.... (person)

Schmitter, Philippe C. (person)

Cancian, Frank. (person)

Picci, Lucio, 1965-.... (person)

Francois, Anne-Lise (person)

Allswang, John M. (person)

Nadav, Mordechai (person)

Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 (person)

William Shakespeare was likely born April, 23, 1564; he was baptized in Stratford-upon-Avon on April 26, 1564. He grew up, had a family, and bought property in Stratford while working in London, the center of English theater. As an actor, a playwright, and a partner in a leading acting company, he became both prosperous and well-known. His parents were John and Mary Shakespeare. John was a leatherworker and involved in local politics, first becoming an alderman and eventually a town bailiff. ...

Genovese, Michael A. (person)

Cheng, Sinkwan (person)

Bartky, A. John, 1899- (person)

Smith, Thomas C. (person)

Frey, Anne (person)

Ruotolo, Lucio P. (person)

Siemers, David J. (person)

Backus, Robert L. translator (person)

Pearson, Lionel Ignacius Cusack (person)

Scitovsky, Tibor (person)

Biographical/Historical Note Hungarian politician and banker; minister of foreign affairs, 1924-1925. From the guide to the Tibor Scitovsky typescript : Erinnerungen an Schicksalsschwere Zeiten : die Tragödie eines Tausendjährigen Reiches, undated, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Locke, Frederick W. (person)

Ellis, Richard, 1938-.... (person)

Stansky, Peter, 1932- (person)

Peter Stansky, who earned his Ph.D. in History from Harvard University, is the Frances and Charles Field Professor of Modern British History, Emeritus, at Stanford. From the description of Stanford University, Munger dormitory collection, 2003-2006. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702917001 American historian. From the description of Peter Stansky miscellaneous papers, 1937-1987. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123373337 C.R. Ashbee, an important figure in...

Purcell, Victor, 1896-1965 (person)

Porat, Dina (person)

Straub, Walther (person)

Attias, Jean-Christophe (person)

Levin, David, 1924-.... (person)

Raack, R.C. (Richard C.) (person)

Zastoupil, Lynn, 1953- (person)

Lynch, Kathryn L., 1951-.... (person)

Freeman, Kirrily (person)

Muralidhar, Arun S. (person)

Paul, Gordon L. (person)

Nee, Victor, 1945-.... (person)

Woodcock, Beatrice (person)

Paul, John, 1922-.... (person)

Carroll, Peter N. (person)

Diewald, Martin, Anne Goedicke, and Karl Ulrich Mayer (person)

Murakami, Yasusuke, 1931-.... (person)

Patico, Jennifer (person)

Brady, David W. (person)

Bruns, Gerald L. (person)

Levine, Mortimer. (person)

Goodby, James E. (person)

Rael, Juan Bautista (person)

Juan Bautista Rael, a pioneering Spanish linguist and folklorist, was born in Arroyo Hondo, north of Taos, in 1900. He was schooled at St. Michael’s College in Santa Fe and the Christian Brothers’ College in St. Louis. He received his bachelor’s degree from St. Mary’s College, Oakland, CA and a master’s from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1927. Long absences from home gave him an appreciation of the Hispanic village life, music and folklore he had known in New Mexico. In...

Haj, Samira, 1945-.... (person)

Barr, N. A. (person)

Pauer-Studer, Herlinde, editor (person)

Rhoads, Robert A. and Carlos Alberto Torres (eds.) (person)

Rowe, Katherine (person)

Freedman, Maurice, editor (person)

Savitskii, E. M. (Evgenii Mikhailovich) (person)

Van Alphen, Ernst, et. al., eds (person)

Coladarci, Arthur P. (person)

Feigenbaum, Evan A., 1969-.... (person)

Kelly, Veronica and Dorothea von Mücke, editors (person)

Martin, Lois Ticknor (person)

Ewell, Judith, 1943-.... (person)

Judith Ewell joined the Department of History at the College of William and Mary in 1971 and received her Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in 1972. She served as Assistant Professor from 1971-1977; Associate Professor from 1977-1984; Professor from 1984-1988; and as the first Newton Family Professor from 1988 until her retirement in 2004. She was Graduate Director, and then Chair of the History Department from 1991-1998. Ewell taught Latin American History at Will...

Hannum, Clair A. (person)

Gladney, Dru C., editor (person)

Jannetta, Ann Bowman, 1932- (person)

Rhode, Deborah L. (person)

Milton, Cynthia E. (person)

Patrick, Mary Mills, 1850-1940 (person)

President, Constantinople Woman's College, 1890-1924. From the description of Mary Mills Patrick papers, 1875-1924. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867193 Biographical/Historical Note President, Constantinople Woman's College, 1890-1924. From the guide to the Mary Mills Patrick papers, 1875-1924, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Gould, William Benjamin, 1837-1923 (person)

William Benjamin Gould (November 18, 1837 – May 25, 1923) was a former enslaved person and veteran of the American Civil War, serving in the U.S. Navy. His diary is one of only a few written during the Civil War by a formerly enslaved person that has survived, and the only by a formerly enslaved sailor. He was born in Wilmington, North Carolina to an enslaved woman, Elizabeth "Betsy" Moore, and Alexander Gould, an English-born resident of Granville County, NC. He was enslaved by Nicholas Nixon, ...

Gilman, Sander L. (person)

Scully, Timothy (person)

Dinwiddy, J. R. (John Rowland), 1939- (person)

Jabes, Edmond (person)

Mazour, Anatole Gregory, 1900-1982 (person)

Born in a village near Kiev, Ukraine, on 24 May 1900, Anatole G. Mazour. He and his parents, Gregori and Sophia Mazurenko, lived in a time of political upheaval. After finishing school in 1916, he served in the Tsar's army until the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. During the civil war he fought with the anti-Communist White Guards and later took part in the Russo-Polish campaign of 1921 aimed at preventing a Polish occupation of the Ukraine. At the end of the civil war, fear of repris...

Gumperz, John J. (John Joseph), 1922-2013 (person)

Nagai, Kafū, 1879-1959 (person)

Roberts, Richard L., 1949-.... (person)

Lee, Bradford A. (person)

Park, Julie (person)

Mann, Barbara E. (person)

Chen, Yong, 1960- (person)

Barkan, Leonard (person)

Heron, Alexander R., 1891-.... (person)

Fraser, Sarah H (person)

Keesing, Felix Maxwell, 1902-1961 (person)

Felix Maxwell Keesing was born 5 January 1902 in Taiping (Penang), Straits Settlements, British Malay. He attended University of New Zealand, Yale University (1928/1929) and the University of Chicago (1929/1930), receiving his Doctor of Letters (D Litt.) from the University of New Zealand in 1933. He worked as director of research in the Pacific dependencies for the Institute of Pacific Relations. In the summer of 1934, he began teaching at the University of Hawaii. He wrote his book, The Philip...

Bashkin, Orit (person)

Smith, Laurence D., 1950- (person)

Lee, Chong-Moon (person)

Tratner, Michael. (person)

Hurd, Paul DeHart, 1905- (person)

American educator. From the description of Paul DeHart Hurd speeches and writings, 1949-2000. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872534 Biographical/Historical Note American educator. From the guide to the Paul DeHart Hurd speeches and writings, 1949-2000, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Warren, W.L. (Wilfred Lewis), 1929- (person)

Reill, Dominique Kirchner, 1974-.... (person)

Allen, Elizabeth Cheresh, 1951-.... (person)

Sullivan, Winnifred Fallers et al. (eds) (person)

Wright, Arthur F. (person)

Lederman, Daniel, William F. Maloney and Luis Serven (person)

Barber, William J (person)

Marrinan, Michael (person)

Fujiwara, Sadaie, 1162-1241 (person)

Padover, Saul Kussiel, 1905-1981 (person)

Saul Kussiel Padover (1905-1981), political scientist, war-time intelligence officer, was Assistant to the Secretary of Interior from 1938 to 1943. From the description of Padover, Saul K. (Saul Kussiel), 1905-1981 (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration). naId: 10581859 Saul Kussiel Padover (1905-1981), historian and teacher, was born in Austria but came to the U.S. in 1920. He was a prolific author including among his subjects Thomas Jefferson and Karl Marx. Fro...

Babcock, Barbara, 1937- (person)

Fonrobert, Charlotte Elisheva (person)

Stevens, Wallace, 1879-1955 (person)

Wallace Stevens was an American Modernist poet. He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, educated at Harvard and then New York Law School, and spent most of his life working as a lawyer for the Hartford insurance company in Connecticut. From the guide to the Wallace Stevens collection, 1921-1966, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) Wallace Stevens was an American essayist, playwright, and poet. From the description of Wallace Stevens collection of papers, 19...

Kokov´t`sov, Vladimir Nikolaevich, graf (person)

Robinson, Edgar Eugene (person)

Gregor, A. James (person)

Tsu, Jing (person)

Shemella, Paul (ed). (person)

Stambach, Amy (person)

Pike, David, 1950-.... (person)

Rearick, Charles (person)

Byrd, Oliver Erasmus (person)

Track coach, professor, and physician, Byrd earned three degrees at Stanford University: A.B. in economics, 1929, M.A. in hygiene and physical education, 1933, and Ed.D. in health education, 1940. In 1947 he earned his M.D. from the University of California. From 1932-1937 he was on the faculty at the College of San Mateo and their track coach. In 1937 he joined the Stanford faculty, where he taught until his retirement in 1971. From the description of Five years of track and field a...

Huters, Theodore, et. al (person)

Cao, Nanlai (person)

Vertzberger, Yaacov (person)

Piderit, Sandy Kristin, Ronald E. Fry, and David L. Cooperrider (person)

Chertok, Léon & Isabell Stengers (person)

Kopelson, Kevin, 1960-.... (person)

Brown University Ph.D., 1991. From the description of Papers, 1991-1995. (Brown University). WorldCat record id: 122471317 ...

Lillard, Richard Gordon, 1909-1990 (person)

Lillard was born on June 3, 1909 in Los Angeles, CA; attended Sacramento Junior College; BA, Stanford Univ., 1930; MA, Univ. of Montana, 1931; graduate student, Harvard Univ., 1934-35; Ph. D, Univ. of Iowa, 1943; high school teacher in WY and CA, 1931-33; instructor in English, LA City College, 1933-34 and 1935-42; instructor (1943-45) and asst. professor (1945-47), IN Univ.; asst. professor of English, UCLA, 1947-49; faculty member (1949-65), assoc. professor of English (1962-65), LA City Colle...

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Gamble, James Lawder, 1883-1959. (person)

Gamble (Harvard, M.D. 1910) taught pediatrics at Johns Hopkins from 1915 to 1922, and then joined the staff of the Harvard Medical School and Children's Hospital. He was a noted researcher in biochemistry and pediatrics, and his work focused on the application of the methods of chemistry to the study of disease. His studies of the physiology and pathology of extracellular fluid are classic. From the description of Papers of James Lawder Gamble, 1915-1957 (inclusive). (Harvard Univers...

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Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 (person)

Abraham Lincoln (born February 12, 1809, Sinking Spring Farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky-died April 15, 1865, Washington, D.C.) was the sixteenth President of the United States from 1861 until his death by assassination. He was the son of a Kentucky frontiersman, Thomas Lincoln, and Nancy Hanks. In 1816, Lincoln moved to Pigeon Creek, Indiana, where he worked on his family's farm. Following his mother's death two years later, he continued working on farms until moving with his father to New Sa...

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Anrep, Gleb Vasilevich, 1891- (person)

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Wrenn, C. Gilbert (Charles Gilbert), 1902- (person)

C. Gilbert Wrenn was born in New Paris, Ohio on April 2, 1902. He received his bachelor of arts degree in 1926 from Willamette University and both his master's degree and doctoral degree in psychology from Stanford University in 1929 and 1932 respectively. He worked as a visiting professor during the summers of 1929 and 1931 at the University of Oregon and accepted a faculty position at Stanford in 1932 following graduation. Wrenn remained at Stanford until 1936 at which time he accepted a full-...

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Morris, Robert H. (Robert Hamilton), 1921- (person)

Swetman, Ralph Waldo, 1886-1957 (person)

Ralph Waldo Swetman was the fourth president of the Oswego State Normal School (Oswego, New York) serving from 1933 to 1947. Dr. Swetman's administration covered a turbulent and difficult era in the college's history. Dr. Swetman's administration dealt with the effects of the Great Depression and the Second World War which caused severe economic problems and philosophical shifts within the institutional structure of the college. He is best remembered for adding specialized classes and increasing...

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Hines, Don Carlos, 1904- (person)

Szmatka, Jacek, John Skvoretz, and Joseph Berger, editors (person)

Coan, Otis W. (Otis Welton), 1895- (person)

Otis Coan was a civil rights activist. From the description of Interview with Otis Coan : oral history transcript tape recorded interview conducted by Anne Loftis in 1979, 1979. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 26650055 ...

Matthews, R. C. O. (Robert Charles Oliver), 1927-2010 (person)

Peake, Charles. (person)

Epithet: Lieutenant; RN; author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001389.0x00009f ...

Shen, Zhihua and Danhui Li (person)

Schauber, Ellen (person)

Schwenger, Peter, 1942-.... (person)

Stephens, Oren (person)

Peeren, Esther (person)

McAllister, Lesley K. (Lesley Krista), 1970- (person)

Culler, Jonathan (person)

Frank, Felicia Miller, 1952- (person)

Price, John B. (person)

Bretton, Henry L., 1916-.... (person)

Cohen, Myron L. (person)

Abramovitz, Moses, et. al (person)

Cutler, Leland W. (Leland Whitman), 1885- (person)

President of the Board of Trustees of Stanford University (1942-1954) and insurance businessman. From the description of Leland Whitman Cutler papers, 1909-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702912894 BIOGRAPHY Leland Whitman Cutler was President of the Board of Trustees of Stanford University (1942-1954) and insurance businessman. From the guide to the Leland Whitman Cutler Papers, 1909-1941, (Stanford Univ...

Keane, John, 1949- (person)

von Mücke, Dorothea E. (person)

Ito, Ken K. (person)

Jacobs, Charlotte DeCroes (person)

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Lewis, John Wilson, 1930-.... (person)

Glenn, John K. (person)

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Zegart, Amy B., 1967-.... (person)

Flory, Paul J. (person)

Biographical Note 1910 June 19 Born, Sterling, Illinois 1931 Bachelor's degree, Manchester College 1934 Ph.D in Chemistry, Ohio State University 1936 Married Emily Catherine Tabor ...

Pool, Ithiel de Sola, 1917-1984 (person)

Political scientist. From the description of Reminiscences of Ithiel de Sola Pool : oral history, 1970. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122528492 Ithiel de Sola Pool (b. October 26, 1917, d. March 11, 1984) was a researcher of communications and political culture. He was born in New York City to Rabbi David de Sola Pool (Ph.D., Heidelberg), a local spiritual leader of the Sephardic Congregation in New York City, and Tamer Hirsh...

Simpson, Lee M.A. (person)

McGloin, John Bernard (person)

Esch, Deborah, 1954-.... (person)

Gallagher, Kevin P. and Roberto Porzecanski (person)

Brasch, Frederick E. (Frederick Edward), 1875-1967 (person)

Frederick E. Brasch was educated at Stanford University (1899), the University of California (1901), and Harvard (1916). He worked as a librarian at Stanford, in Chicago, St. Paul, MN, and in Washington, D.C. before becoming chief of the Library of Congress scientific collection in 1925. He served as corresponding secretary of the history of science section of the American Association for the Advancement of Science from 1920 through 1928. Brasch died in 1967. From the description of ...

Ueda, Makoto, 1931-.... (person)

Campbell, Jill, 1958- (person)

Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988 (person)

California poet. From the description of Robert Edward Duncan papers, 1960-1977. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122545242 Robert Duncan (January 7, 1919 -February 3, 1988) was an American poet and a student of H.D. and the Western esoteric tradition who spent most of his career in and around San Francisco. Though associated with any number of literary traditions and schools, Duncan is often identified with the poets of the New American Poetry and B...

Mayo, John K. (person)

Tetens, Alfred, 1835-1909 (person)

Kaplan, Herbert H. (person)

Paddock, John (person)

Tinkle, Theresa Lynn, 1954-.... (person)

Ewing, Katherine Pratt (person)

Brandt, Karl, 1899-1975 (person)

Agricultural economist. From the description of Reminiscences of Karl Brandt : oral history, 1970. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 86147419 Karl Brandt, appointed professor of agricultural economics at the Stanford Food Research Institute (FRI) in 1938, was FRI Associate Director (1952-1962) and Director (1962-1964), and a Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution (1964-1975). From the description of Karl Brandt papers, 1924-19...

Fishman, Joshua A. (person)

Biography / Administrative History Dr. Joshua Aaron Fishman is a renowned social scientist and a founder of the field of sociolinguistics. An acclaimed researcher, Dr. Fishman's interests include language and ethnicity, language spread and change, Yiddish studies, bilingual education, and traditional folk medicine. In the course of his career, Dr. Fishman has accumulated multiple honors and awards. He has been a visiting fellow at almost all ...

Cummins, Eric, 1949- (person)

Greulich, William Walter, 1899-.... (person)

Breshko-Breshkovskaia, Ekaterina Konstantinovna (person)

Fenton, Norman (person)

Davis, Cynthia J., 1964-.... (person)

Bruneau, Thomas C. (person)

Fernández, James W. (person)

Rathbun, Harry J. (Harry John), 1894- (person)

Harry J. Rathbun first studied engineering at Stanford University, earning his A.B. in 1916 and his Engineer's degree in 1920. After several years as an engineer, he returned to Stanford to study law, receiving his J.D. in 1929. He joined the faculty in the Law School that same year, reaching the rank of professor in 1937; his specialty was business law. Rathbun, along with his wife Emilia, founded several non-profit organizations interested in social justice and anti-war issues. Fro...

Matt, Daniel C. (person)

Minetaki, Kazunori and Kiyohiko G. Nishimura (person)

Wilson, Thomas A., 1954-.... (person)

Kropf, David Glenn, 1963- (person)

Winters, Yvor, ed (person)

Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 1928-2017 (person)

Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski was born on March 28, 1928 in Warsaw, Poland. His father was Polish consul-general in Montreal during World War II. After the communists seized control of the Polish government in 1945, his family remained in Canada. He received a B.A. and M.A. from McGill University in 1949 and 1950, and a Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1953. He remained at Harvard, first as a research fellow at the Russian Research Center, 1953 to 1956, and then as assistant professor of governm...

Gilbarg, David, et. al. ed (person)

Rudolph, Christopher, 1966-.... (person)

Marx, G. H (person)

Beebe, Lucius, 1902-1966 (person)

American writer and bon vivant. From the description of Letter : Hillsborough, Calif., to Mr. Kohn, 1963 Jan. 30. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122472968 Lucius Morris Beebe was born into a wealthy New England family in Wakefield, Mass. in 1902. He attended both Harvard and Yale before joining the New York Herald Tribune in 1929. Beebe was an author, journalist, railroad hobbyist and bon vivant. He died in...

Ch'ên, Jerome, 1919- (person)

Sandler, Stephanie, 1953-.... (person)

Pruitt, Ida (person)

Writer, educator, and social worker Ida Pruitt was born in China on December 2, 1888, the daughter of Southern Baptist missionaries Cicero Washington and Anna Seward Pruitt. She spent the first twelve years of her life in Hwanghsien, a village in Shantung province. She attended Cox College in College Park, Georgia (1906-1909), received a B.S. from Columbia University Teachers' College (1910) and studied social work in Boston and Philadelphia. Pruitt returned to China as teacher and principal of ...

Fuller, Lon L. (Lon Luvois), 1902-1978 (person)

Professor of law, author, A.B. (1924) and J.D. (1926), Stanford, Member, Law school faculties of U. Oregon (1926-1928), U. Ill. (1928-1931), Duke (1931-1940), Harvard (1939-1972; emeritus 1972-1978). Member, Mass. Bar. Recipient of Phillips Award, Am. Philosophical Soc., 1935. Author of Legal Fictions (1931); The Law in Quest of Itself (1940); The Morality of Law (1964); Anatomy of the Law (1968); also articles for legal and other scholarly journals. From the description of Papers, 1...

Blum, Richard H. (person)

Tobacco factor and merchant, Augusta County, Va.; member, Virginia House of Burgesses and Continental Congress. From the description of Account books, 1768-1808. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 122565831 ...

Ablow, Rachel (person)

Krondorfer, Bjorn (person)

Liu, Sho-hua (person)

Tabrizi, Behnam N. and Mitchell M. Tseng (person)

Sears, Jesse B. (person)

Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1194-1250 (person)

Everson, William, 1912-1994 (person)

American poet, printer, and activist. Everson was a conscientious objector during the later years of World War II, and was associated with Kenneth Rexroth and his circle in San Francisco in the late 1940s. He converted to Roman Catholicism in 1949, joined the Catholic Workers Movement, and eventually entered the Dominican Religious Order in 1950, taking the name Brother Antoninus. Everson was associated with the San Francisco Renaissance of the late 1950s. He left the Dominican order in 1971. ...

Clark, Arthur Bridgman, 1866-1948 (person)

Professor of art at Stanford (1892-1931; emeritus 1931-1948). From the description of Arthur Bridgman Clark papers, 1902-1931. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 703381490 Professor of art at Stanford University from 1893 until his retirement in 1931. From the description of Arthur Bridgman Clark glass plate negatives, circa 1910. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 706047630 Head of the Department of Art, Professor Clark taught at Stanford from 1893 until his re...

Potash, Betty, editor (person)

Fuess, Harald (person)

Brint, Steven (person)

Dyment, Bertha S (person)

Hoover, Midred B. et. al., editors (person)

Wagner, Robert Harrison (person)

Levenstein, Margaret (person)

Arnson, Cynthia J. (person)

Pickwell, Gayle (person)

Bamber, Linda. (person)

Fransman, Martin, ed (person)

Earley, P. Christopher and Soon Ang (person)

Watson, James L., editor (person)

Polhemus, Robert M. and Roger B. Henkle, editors (person)

Seel, Martin (person)

Krepon, Michael (person)

Shafer, George D. (person)

Knights, L.C. (Lionel Charles), 1906- (person)

Redish, Martin H. (person)

Okimoto, Daniel I., 1942-.... (person)

Vucetic, Srdjan (person)

Schott, Linda K. (Linda Kay), 1957- (person)

Barnes, Robin Bruce, 1951- (person)

Libby, Paul A. (person)

Smith, Robert John, 1927-.... (person)

Professor of Anthropology and Asian Studies, Cornell University. From the description of Robert J. Smith papers, 1713-2005. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64693502 From the guide to the Robert J. Smith papers, 1713-2005, (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) ...

Linger, Daniel Touro (person)

Flanagan, John Clemans, 1906-1996 (person)

American psychologist; colonel, United States Army Air Forces; chief, Psychological Branch, Research Division, Office of the Air Surgeon, 1942-1945. From the description of John Clemans Flanagan papers, 1941-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123373244 Biographical/Historical Note American psychologist; colonel, United States Army Air Forces; chief, Psychological Branch, Research Division, Office of the Air Surgeon, 194...

Rosenbluth, Frances McCall (person)

Hopkins, James K., 1941- (person)

Mackey, Margaret (person)

Aiken, Howard H. (Howard Hathaway), 1900-1973 (person)

Howard H. Aiken, applied mathematician and computer scientist, was born on March 8, 1900 in Hoboken, New Jersey. He received his B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1923. After working as an electrical engineer, Aiken studied physics at the University of Chicago from 1931-1932. He then entered Harvard, receiving his S.M. in 1937 and his Harvard Ph.D. in 1939. Aiken served as Instructor in Physics and Communication Engineering from 1937-1939, as Faculty Ins...

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Heilman, Jaymie Patricia (person)

Ueda, Atsuko (person)

Doyle, Richard, 1963- (person)

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Findlay, Bruce Allyn. (person)

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Rosenberg, S.L. Millard (person)

Zhang, Shu Guang (person)

Varneck, Elena (person)

Kimura, Hiroshi (person)

Wade, Rex A. (person)

Bergelson, Vera (person)

Banani, Amin (person)

Beals, Alan R. (person)

Wou, Odoric Y. K., 1938- (person)

Wilson, Francis Graham, 1901-1976 (person)

Hallen, B. (person)

Gimbel, John Gordon. (person)

Bayat, Asef (person)

Allen, W. David (person)

Wells, Marion A. (person)

Fischer, John Martin, 1952-.... (person)

Strauss, Jonathan. (person)

Hoffman, Andrew J., 1961-.... (person)

Birdwhistell, Anne D. (person)

Cross, John C. (person)

Grampp, William Dyer 1914- (person)

Greene, Benjamin P. (person)

Siegert, Bernhard (person)

Baehr, Stephen Lessing. (person)

Genêt, Jean, 1910-1986 (person)

David Hilliard was in prison from 1970 to 1974 on a one-year to ten-year assault charge. His letters from Genet were sent to him through his lawyer, Charles Garry, who also received some direct communication from Genet. According to Hilliard's notes on these letters, "[Genet] had a major effect in the change of Newton's and the Party's views on homosexuality. Zayd Shakur influenced Genet with regard to the Party. When I was released from prison I was expelled from the Party by Newton after Newto...

Majid, Anouar (person)

Galison, Peter and David J. Stump, editors (person)

McGlashan, C. F. (Charles Fayette), 1847-1931 (person)

Biography Charles Fayette McGlashan was born in Wisconsin in 1847 and came overland with his father and sisters, arriving at Placerville in September 1854. He attended Sotoyme Institute, Healdsburg, California, from 1861 to 1865 and Williston Seminary in Massachusetts, 1868-1870. From 1872, McGlashan lived in Truckee almost continuously. Until 1874 he was principal of the public schools, resigning in October to go to Utah as corre...

Mandel, Robert (person)

Librett, Jeffrey S. (person)

Pfister, Joel (person)

Star, Susan Leigh, 1954-.... (person)

Romero, José Luis, 1909-1977 (person)

Social historian. From the description of Reminiscences of Jos'e Luis Romero : oral history, 1971. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122574076 ...

Nestev, I. V. (Izrail' Vladimirovich), 1911- (person)

Babb, Florence E. (person)

Daalder, Hans. (person)

Rose, R. B. (person)

Davis, Leith, 1960- (person)

Brysk, Alison, 1960-.... (person)

Zholkovskii, A. K. (Aleksandr Konstantinovich) (person)

Graetz, Michael. (person)

Ahern, Emily (person)

Winock, Michel (person)

Hultén, Eric, 1894- (person)

Ba, Alice D. (person)

Engelstein, Laura. (person)

Chesneaux, Jean (person)

Murphy, Keith M. (person)

Kramnick, Jonathan (person)

Potter, Pitman B. (person)

Clavigero, Francesco Saverio, 1731-1787 (person)

The "history of Mexico. Collected from Spanish and Mexican historians, from manuscripts, and ancient paintings of the Indians" was published in two volumes with volume 1 containing books 1-7 and volume 2 containing 8-10. From the description of Historia de Mexico manuscript, [17--]. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64038986 Jesuit scholar, historian, and linguist. Born in Veracruz, Mexico, Clavigero was a gifted student of classical,...

Steller, Georg Wilhelm, 1709-1746 (person)

Levinas, Emmanuel (person)

Howe, Irving. (person)

Gutjahr, Paul C. (person)

Symposium on Magnetohydrodynamics (2d : 1957 : Palo Alto, Calif.) (person)

Collins, Ivan L (person)

Kokovt︠s︡ov, Vladimir Nikolaevich, 1853-1943 (person)

Rock, David, 1945-.... (person)

Conti, Joseph A. (person)

Moldoveanu, Mihnea C. (person)

Gasché, Rodolphe (person)

Chalcraft, John (person)

Wolfson, Susan J. (person)

Brown, Steven T. (person)

Kierkegaard, Soren (person)

Riedinger, Jeffrey M. (person)

Jasny, Naum, 1883-1967 (person)

Naum Jasny (1883-1967) was an economist who specialized in Soviet Russia. Jasny emigrated to Germany during the Russian Revolution then, during the Nazi years, left Germany for the United States. He was the author of several books on aspects of Soviet agriculture and economics, which were controversial at the time as they contradicted widely held views. He also published his autobiography, To Live Long Enough: The Memoirs of Naum Jasny . [Biographical sketch adapted from...

Khanna, Ranjanna (person)

Baeza, Cristian and Packard, Truman (person)

Lindenberger, Herbert, 1929- (person)

Yanagisako, Sylvia Junko, 1945-.... (person)

Li, Jiannong (person)

Hinton, Deveon E. and Byron J. Good, eds (person)

Harshav, Benjamin (person)

Baxstrom, Richard (person)

Greene, Edward Lee, 1843-1915 (person)

Professor of Botany at the University of California, Berkeley. From the description of Letters, 1891-1895, to Samuel Bonsall Parish. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122289356 Episcopal cleryman, convert to Catholicism, and botanist who taught at the University of California (Berkeley) and the Catholic University of America (1885-1904) and served as an associate in botany at the Smithsonian Institution (1904-1909); LL.D., University of Notre Dame (1895). From the d...

Sanders, Mark, 1969- (person)

Hart, H. L. A. (Herbert Lionel Adolphus), 1907-1992 (person)

Epithet: Principal Brasenose College Oxford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000757.0x0002ac ...

Cox, Jeffrey (person)

Johnson, Allen W. (person)

Marin, Louis, 1931- (person)

Biography Louis Marin, French post-structuralist thinker, was born in 1931 in France. He attended the University of Paris, Sorbonne and graduated with a Licence in Philosophy in 1952. His degree was followed in 1953 with an Agrégé in Philosophy and with a Docteur d'Etat in 1973. Marin taught at the University of Nanterre, Paris from 1967-1970, the University of California, San Diego from 1970-1974, Johns Hopkins University from 19...

Clej, Alina, 1951- (person)

Kanatchikov, S. (Semen), 1879-1940 (person)

Seaver, Paul S. (person)

Paul S. Seaver joined the Stanford faculty in the Dept. of History in 1964; he received the Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1981 and the Dinkelspiel Award for outstanding service to undergraduate education in 1987. His specialty was early modern English history. He was involved in the efforts to expand the course content of the Western Civilization requirement, serving as head of a task force to review the Western culture program (1986) and as Director of the Program in Cultures, Idea...

Lee, Donald Edward, 1921- (person)

Dobrenko, E. A. (Evgenii Aleksandrovich) (person)

Skinner, G. William (George William), 1925-2008 (person)

G. William Skinner was born in Oakland, California, in 1925. From 1942-43, he attended Deeps Springs College (California), then joined the Navy V-12 Program at Missouri Valley College for two years before completing 18 months of instruction in Chinese at the U.S. Navy Oriental Language School at the University of Colorado. He then completed his Bachelor's degree at Cornell University (1946-47) with Distinction in Far Eastern Studies. Skinner then went on to pursue doctor...

Murray, Dian H., 1949-.... (person)

Corngold, Stanley (person)

Keesing, Roger M., 1935-.... (person)

American cultural and linguistic anthropologist, Roger Martin Keesing was born in Hawaii in 1935 and received his M.A. (1963) and Ph.D (1965) from Harvard University. During the early 1960s, Keesing conducted fieldwork in the Solomon Islands with the Kwaio people and returned regularly over the next two decades to continue his studies. He published extensively on Kwaio culture history and language including Melanesian pidgin and the oceanic substrate (1988) and co-authored Lightning meets the we...

Lloyd, E. M. H. (Edward Mayow Hastings), 1889- (person)

Edward Mayow Hastings Lloyd: Born 1889; educated at Rugby School and Corpus Christi College Oxford; joined Inland Revenue, 1913; War Office Contracts Department, 1914-1917; Ministry of Food, 1917-1919; Economic and Financial Section of the League of Nations Secretariat, 1919-1921; Assistant Secretary, Empire Marketing Board, 1926-1933; Secretary, Market Supply Committee, 1933-1936; Assistant Director, Food (Defence Plans) Dept, 1936-1939; Principal Asst Secretary, Ministry of Food, 1939-1942; Ec...

Luck, James Murray, 1899-1993 (person)

Professor of biochemistry at Stanford (1926-1965; emeritus, 1965- ). From the description of James Murray Luck papers, 1930-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500428 Professor emeritus of chemistry, served as scientific attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Bern, 1962-1964. From the description of Zermatt typhoid epidemic : papers, 1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 694854676 American biochemist. From the description of James Murray Luck mis...

Meissner, Werner (person)

Mitchner, Morton. (person)

Peck, Mary and Charles Wilkinson (person)

Lutz, Ralph Haswell, 1886-1968 (person)

American historian; chairman, Board of Directors, Hoover War Library, 1925-1943. From the description of Ralph Haswell Lutz papers, 1902-1963. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869740 Biographical Note 1886, May 18 Born, Circleville, Ohio 1906 A.B., Stanford University ...

Yashar, Deborah J., 1963-.... (person)

Victoria, Tomas Luis de, ca. 1548-1611 (person)

Zarader, Marlene (trans. Bettina Bergo) (person)

Paulding, James Kirke, 1778-1860 (person)

Author and naval officer. A close friend of Washington Irving, Paulding collaborated with him to produce the satirical periodical, Salmagundi. He also wrote poetry, fiction, and a popular biography of George Washington. President Martin Van Buren appointed Paulding Secretary of the Navy in 1839, in which post he served until 1841. From the description of [Letter] 1839 May 7, Navy Department [Washington, D.C., to] Gilbert Davis, New York. (University of South Florida). WorldCat record...

Bianco, Lucien (person)

Emeneau, M. B. (Murray Barnson), 1904- (person)

Murray Barnson Emeneau was born in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia on February 28, 1904. He received bachelors degrees from Dalhousie, (1923) and Oxford (1926) Universities, and a Ph.D. from Yale University in 1931. He was a research scholar and lecturer at Yale before undertaking extensive field work in South and Central India. (1936-1938), where he specialized in non-Dravidian languages. He was a founding member of the Department of Linguistics at U.C. Berkeley, where he served as professor of Sanskrit...

Moses, Lincoln E. (person)

Plath, David W. (person)

English-Lueck, J.A. (June Anne), 1953- (person)

Reynolds, Elaine A. (person)

Manning, Laurence A. (person)

Ritter, Gretchen (person)

Sievers, Sharon Lee (person)

Russell, James A. (person)

Arathorn, D. W. (David W.) (person)

Grubel, Herbert G (person)

Davis, Deborah S. and Wang Feng, eds (person)

Goode, Erich, ed (person)

Heymann, Jody, 1959-.... (person)

Wang, Feng (person)

Takeuchi, Melinda (person)

Wheeler, Winslow T. and Lawrence J. Korb (person)

Martin, Richard C. (person)

Atkinson, Dorothy (person)

Lindner, Gladys Dudley (person)

Greenberg, Joseph H. (Joseph Harold), 1915-2001 (person)

Professor of linguistics at Stanford University. From the description of Joseph H. Greenberg notebooks documenting Pacific languages, circa 1969-1971. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122369578 Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University. From the description of Joseph H. Greenberg lectures delivered at UCLA summer institute : typescript, 1966. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 705271803 Greenberg, a linguist who studied the origins of the world's langua...

Lockheed Research Symposium on Space Science (1st :1964 (person)

Petitot, Jean, et. al, editors (person)

Sivaramakrishnan, K. (Konduru) (person)

Hamilton, James W. (James William), 1930- (person)

Hsu, Roland, 1961- (person)

Hyder, David, ed (person)

Hagan, John and Ruth D. Peterson, editors (person)

Abraham, Nicolas. (person)

Huyssen, Andreas. (person)

Turits, Richard Lee (person)

Taylor, matthew P (person)

Owen, Stephen, 1946-.... (person)

Keen, A. Myra (Angeline Myra), 1905-1986 (person)

Professor of paleontology and curator of the malachology collection of the School of Earth Sciences, Stanford University, until her retirement as emeritus professor in 1970. From the description of A. Myra Keen papers, 1936-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86130480 Professor of paleontology at Stanford University. From the description of Women at Stanford collection, 1958-1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500228 A. Myra (Angeline Myra) Keen (19...

Gwilliam, Tassie 1954- (person)

Badiou, Alain (person)

Hage, Jerald, 1932-.... (person)

Kelly, Henry Ansgar, 1934-.... (person)

Adorno, Theodor (person)

Epithet: German philosopher British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000561.0x0000db Adorno was a German professor of philosophy at the Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt, and associate director of the Institut für Sozialforschung in Frankfurt. From the description of Music in radio (memorandum), 1938, [microform]. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309774179 From the de...

Kennedy, Arthur Garfield (person)

Kirsch, Stuart (person)

Crisp, Brian F. (person)

Gordon, Robert W., editor (person)

Ramirez-Christensen, Esperanza U. (person)

Freidin, Gregory, ed (person)

California. Dept. of Education (person)

Nahm, Helen (person)

Biography Helen Nahm was born in Augusta, Missouri on August 17, 1901. She received her early nursing education at the University of Missouri, Columbia (Diploma in Nursing, 1924; A.B., 1926) and soon began her teaching career at the Scott and White Hospital School of Nursing in Temple, Texas. After six years she returned to the University of Missouri School of Nursing as an instructor and in 1935 she was named Director of Nursing there. She o...

Roustang, François (person)

von Burg, Urs (person)

Hays, Alice N. (Alice Newman), 1875- (person)

Paris Symposium on Radio Astronomy, 1958 (person)

Binius, Oliver J (person)

Hoskins, L. M (person)

Taylor, Katherine Ames, 1895- (person)

Scheffler, Richard M. (person)

Simon, Herbert A. (Herbert Alexander), 1916-2001 (person)

Social scientist. From the description of Reminiscences of Herbert Alexander Simon : oral history, 1979. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309739214 Born in 1916 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Simon was educated at the University of Chicago. Since 1949, he has been on the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University, where he is University Professor of Computer Science and Psychology. In 1978, he received the Alfred Nobel Memorial...

Tsadik, Daniel (person)

Abrams, Le Roy, 1874-1956 (person)

Professor of biology (botany) at Stanford (1900-1904, 1906-1940; emeritus 1940-1956). From the description of Leroy Abrams papers, 1863-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702912830 Biographical/Historical Sketch Professor of biology (botany) at Stanford (1900-1904, 1906-1940; emeritus 1940-1956). From the guide to the Leroy Abrams papers, 1863-1939, (Department of Special Collections and University Archives)...

Lewis, John Wilson, 1930-.... (person)

Hagglund, Martin (person)

Jaeger, Edmund Carroll (person)

Davies, John Booth (person)

Mander, Linden A., 1897-.... (person)

Kantor, Harvey and David B. Tyack, editors (person)

Martin, Edwin M. (person)

Brugger, Bill and Stephen Reglar (person)

Wells, C. M. (Colin Michael) (person)

Bestor, Arthur E. (person)

Ainley, David (person)

Cross, William Thomas, 1887- (person)

Rescher, Nicholas (person)

Putnam, Jackson K., 1929-.... (person)

Grusky, David B. (person)

Davies, John Kenyon (person)

Paz, D.G. (Denis G.) (person)

Luhmann, Niklas, 1927-1998 (person)

Hanley, Susan B. and Arthur P. Wolf, editors (person)

Paperno, Irina. (person)

Fenves, Peter (person)

Lombard, Nellie Mae (person)

Matwyshyn, Andrea M. (person)

Behler, Ernst, 1928- (person)

Budick, Sanford and Wolfgang Iser, editors (person)

Vigness, Paul Gerhardt (person)

Des Forges, Roger V. (person)

Richardson, John G. and Justin J. W. Powell (person)

Boyer, Christopher R. (Christopher Robert) (person)

Kreps, Theodore J. (Theodore John), 1897- (person)

Professor of business economics at Stanford, 1930-1966; emeritus, 1966-1981. From the description of Theodore J. Kreps papers, 1926-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 462019657 Biography Theodore John Kreps, born 13 January 1897 in Prinsburg, Minnesota, received his Ph.D from Harvard in 1928. He was professor of business economics at Stanford (1930-1962; emeritus, 1962- ). ...

Bark, William Carroll, 1908- (person)

Crum, William Leonard, 1894-1967 (person)

Glennon, Michael J. (person)

Hoffman, John, 1944-.... (person)

Ponge, Francis (person)

Assmann, Jan (person)

Grove, Jack S. (person)

Meyers, David W., 1942- (person)

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

Russell, Frances Theresa, 1873-1936 (person)

Frances Theresa Peet Russell, Professor of English at Stanford was an authority on Robert Browning and a published poet. She joined the Stanford faculty in 1906 as an assistant in philosophy, later becoming an instructor in English and finally a full professor. She died 15 February 1936. Frank B. Russell, born 26 August 1868, was an instructor in Anthropology at Harvard from 1896 until his death in 1903 and an ethnologist with the Bureau of American Ethnology (1901-1902)...

Heller, Kevin Jon and Markus D. Dubber, eds (person)

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

Man-cheong, Iona D. (person)

Scheffer, Victor B. (person)

Dr. Victor B. Scheffer was born in Manhattan, Kansas, on November 27, 1906. When he was eight years old, his family moved to Puyallup, Wash., where he attended school. His father, Theophilus H. Scheffer (1866-1966), was an associate biologist for the United States Bureau of Biological Survey for 27 years. His work focused on wildlife management in the Pacific Northwest. Victor Scheffer received his bachelor of science in 1930, his master of science in 1932, a...

Brugger, Bill (person)

Levin, Robert E. (person)

Machecewicz, Pawel (person)

Wirth, John D. (person)

John D. Wirth was the Gildred Professor of Latin American Studies at Stanford University at the time of his death in 2002. He earned his bachelor's degree at Harvard University in 1958 and his doctorate at Stanford in Latin American history in 1967. He joined the Stanford faculty in 1965; his administrative positions included director of the Latin American Studies center, 1975-1983 and 2000-2001, and Vice Provost for Academic Planning and Development, 1988-1991. His scholarly interests included ...

Edwards, Walter Drew, 1949- (person)

Child, Stephen (person)

Castoriadis, Cornelius (person)

Carré, Jean-Jacques (person)

Haver, William Wendell, 1947- (person)

Grommon, Alfred H. (person)

American educator; president, National Council of Teachers of English. From the description of Alfred H. Grommon papers, 1939-1983. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872048 Biographical/Historical Note American educator; president, National Council of Teachers of English. From the guide to the Alfred H. Grommon papers, 1939-1983, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Shavit, Yossi, Richard Arum, and Adam Gamoran, ed (person)

Weber, Eugen, 1925-2007 (person)

Weber was born on Apr. 24, 1925 in Bucharest, Romania; attended Institut d'études politiques, Paris, 1948-49, 1951-52; BA (1950), MA (1954) and M. Litt (1956), Emmanuel College, Univ. of Cambridge; lecturer, Univ. of Alberta, 1954-55; asst. professor, Univ. of Iowa, 1955-56; asst. professor (1956), assoc. professor (1959-63), professor and chairman of the dept. of history, UCLA (1965-68); dean of social sciences (1976-77) and dean of the College of Letters and Sciences (1977-82), UCLA; publishe...

Dimand, Robert W. (Robert William) (person)

Drummond, J. C. (Jack C.) (person)

Newmark, Leonard. (person)

Lavrin, Asuncion (person)

Beckwith, Burnham D (person)

Felman, Shoshana (person)

Dollinger, Philippe (person)

Li, Huaiyin (person)

Schenck, Hubert G. (Hubert Gregory), 1897-1960 (person)

Schenck, who earned his degrees at the University of Oregon and the Univesity of California, taught geology at Stanford University. From the description of Hubert G. Schenck biographical materials, 1921-1956 (inclusive), 1946-1956 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754863714 Colonel, United States Army; chief, Natural Resources Section, General Headquarters, Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers, Japan, 1945-1951; chief, Mutual Security Mission to Taiwan, 1951-1954; co...

White, James W. (person)

Mendelowitz, Daniel Marcus. (person)

Art historian, educator, author; Stanford, Calif. From the description of Daniel M. Mendelowitz papers, [ca. 1950-1970]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404065 ...

Gumbrecht, Hans Ulrich (person)

Solis, Mireya (person)

White, Stephen A. (Stephen Augustus) (person)

Atwill, David G. (person)

Blasdale, Walter Charles, b. 1871 (person)

Will, Pierre-Etienne 1944- (person)

Puett, Michael (person)

Biemann, Asher D. (person)

Fryberger, Betsy Geraghty (person)

Trager, Frank N (person)

Vradenburg, Juliet Cochran (person)

Hoffman, Matthew (person)

Bloch, Felix, 1905-.... (person)

Physicist. From the description of Reminiscences of Felix Bloch : oral history, 1964. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122512732 Died 1983. From the description of Oral history interview with Felix Bloch, 1981 December 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80093456 From the description of Oral history interview with Felix Bloch, 1968 August 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 81162102 From the description of Oral hi...

Ipatieff, Vladimir N. (Vladimir Nikolaevich), 1867-1952 (person)

Russian chemist; subsequently émigré in the United States. From the description of Vladimir N. Ipatieff papers, 1896-1953. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123373219 Chemist and founder of Ipatieff Catalytic High Pressure Laboratoy of Northwestern University. From the description of Vladimir N. Ipatieff Papers, 1867-1950. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82368985 Biography Russian chemist; subsequently ...

Hanna, William S. (person)

Firth, Raymond, 1901-2002 (person)

Sir Raymond Firth was born in 1901 in New Zealand. He was educated at Auckland University College, where he specialised in economics and wrote his MA thesis on the local kauri gum industry. In 1924 he came to the London School of Economics to work for a higher degree in economics, but on arrival changed his subject to anthropology and completed a PhD on the primitive economics of the New Zealand Maori under the supervision of Malinowski. After obtaining his PhD, Firth returned to New Zealand and...

Wang, Fei-Ling (person)

Patton, Paul (person)

Palumbo-Liu, David and Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, editors (person)

Potter, David Morris (person)

Adams, R.J.Q. (Ralph James Q.), 1943- (person)

Ginsburg, Michal Peled, 1947-.... (person)

Lynch, Mona (person)

Silverman, Milton, 1910- (person)

Amert, Susan. (person)

Wojciehowski, Dolora A., 1957- (person)

Sabato, Hilda (person)

Huber, Thomas M. (person)

Olkin, Ingram, editor (person)

Godwyn, Mary and Donna Stoddard (person)

Malkiel, David (person)

Fagen, Richard R., editor (person)

Gray, Richard T. (person)

Lawrence, Douglas H. (person)

Poole, Stafford, C. M (person)

Radius, Walter Albrecht, 1910- (person)

Hatamiya, Leslie T., 1969- (person)

Hale, Charles A. (Charles Adams), 1930-2008 (person)

Mehlman, Jeffrey (person)

Yalom, Reid Samuel (person)

Oboler, Regina Smith, 1947- (person)

Baughman, John (John Russell) (person)

Grapheus, Benvenutus (person)

Lu shi chun qiu. Chinese & English (person)

Harshav, Benjamin and Barbara (person)

Tsang, Steve, ed (person)

Rowntree, Lester (person)

Ray, RAka and Seemin Qayum (person)

Dawson, Christopher S. (person)

Dhingra, Pawan (person)

Sadoff, Dianne F. (person)

Fliegelman, Jay (person)

Jay Fliegelman was a professor in American literature at Stanford University. He was particularly interested in American literary and cultural history from 1620 to 1860, and people's relationships with objects. A collector of rare texts, he was working on his third book, BELONGINGS: DRAMAS OF AMERICAN BOOK OWNERSHIP, 1660-1860, when he died. His book collection came to the library, and these are his papers and photographs about this collection. From the description of Jay Fliegelman ...

Van Kley, Dale K., 1941- (person)

McCullough, Helen Craig (person)

Sears, Robert R. (Robert Richardson) (person)

Professor of psychology at Stanford, 1953-1974, and Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences, 1961-1970, Sears earned his a.b. at Stanford in 1929 and his Ph.D. at Yale in 1932. Before joining the Stanford faculty, he taught at the University of Iowa, where he directed the Child Welfare Research Station, and at Harvard, where he was also director of the Laboratory of Human Development. From the description of Robert Richardson Sears papers, 1929-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record ...

Lawler, Edward E. and John W. Boudreau (person)

Watts, Philip, 1961- (person)

Jenkins, Shirley (person)

Goldberg, Steven (person)

Whyte, Martin King. (person)

Faville, David Ernest (person)

Professor at Stanford University. From the description of Correspondence, 1940 Feb. 19-24. (University of Oregon Libraries). WorldCat record id: 24944573 ...

Bane, Suda Lorena, 1886-1952 (person)

Stadler, Christian (person)

Ross, Robert T.. .. et al. (person)

Dorman, Andrew M., 1966-.... (person)

Gregorian, Vartan (person)

Vartan Gregorian, sixteenth president of Brown University, was unanimously elected at a special meeting of the Corporation on August 31,1988. Born in Tabriz, Iran, on April 8, 1934, he attended an Armenian-Russian school until he was fifteen, when he left Tabriz with fifty dollars and a letter of introduction from a French Vice Consul and entered the Collège Arménien in Beirut, Lebanon. In 1955 he received a degree in Armenian studies. The next year he was awarded a scholarship for study oversea...

Yamamura, Kozo (person)

Du Bois, Eugene F. (Eugene Floyd), 1882-1959 (person)

Liu, Lydia He (person)

Beale, Marjorie A. (person)

Morgan, Kimberly J. (person)

Slater, Michael, 1970- (person)

Margolis, Joseph (person)

Gluzman, Michael (person)

Seidensticker, Edward, 1921-2007 (person)

Amselle, Jean-Loup (person)

Pandey, Gyanendra (Medical scientist) (person)

Goldberg, Jonathan (person)

Eisen, Cliff, 1952- (person)

Moglen, Seth (person)

Caron, Vicki, 1951-.... (person)

Schroeter, Daniel J. (person)

Kahn, Edgar M. (Edgar Myron), 1904-1970 (person)

Kahn was a historian. From the description of Edgar M. Kahn papers, 1955-1969. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 145415924 ...

Hamerton-Kelly, Robert (person)

Kuzniar, Alice A. (person)

Hoak, Dale and Mordechai Feingold, editors (person)

Herman, Robert, 1914-.... (person)

Duval, Miles P. (person)

Mazov, Sergey (person)

Hopkins, Timothy, 1859-1937. (person)

Timothy Hopkins was a businessman, member of the original Stanford University Board of Trustees (1885-1937) and served as president of the board (1908-1914)., From the description of Timothy Hopkins papers, 1804-1942 (inclusive), 1870-1935 (bulk). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 703381495 Biographical note Timothy Hopkins was a businessman, member of the original Stanford University Board of Trustees (1885-1937), and serve...

Sturzenhofecker, G. (Gabriele) (person)

Porter, Dorothy, 1953-.... (person)

Chander, Anupam, et. al (person)

Clokie, Hugh McDowall, 1900- (person)

Goodwin, Jeff and James M. Jasper (eds.) (person)

Wu, Yu-Shan (person)

Parisi, Francesco and Vernon L. Smith (person)

Colombat, Francis Henry (person)

Laroon, Marcellus, 1653-1702 (person)

Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1905-1999 (person)

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

Palumbo-Liu, David. (person)

Widmer, Ellen and Kang-i Sun Chang, editors. (person)

Rue, John Emery (person)

Donder, Theophile de, 1872- (person)

Abbott, Isabella A. and George J. Hollenberg, editors (person)

Halliburton, David. (person)

Chance, Linda H. (person)

Kremer, Edmund Philipp (person)

Hilton, George W. (person)

Ganguly, Sumit and William R. Thompson (eds) (person)

Hofstadter, Robert, ed (person)

Rasch, William, 1949-.... (person)

Umbach, Maiken, and Bernd Huppauf (eds.) (person)

Konig, David Thomas, 1947- (person)

White, Lucie E. and Jeremy Perelman, eds (person)

Heller, Thomas C. et. al., editors (person)

Benson, Gilbert Thereon, 1896-1928 (person)

Freadman, Anne, 1944-.... (person)

Newendorp, Nicole Dejong (person)

Paul, T. V., et. al., eds (person)

Schoggen, Phil (person)

Koller, Ann Marie (person)

Adams, Walter, 1922-1998 (person)

DeBernardi, Jean Elizabeth (person)

Stephenson, Rufus Town (person)

Goldstein, Malcolm, 1936- (person)

Crothers, George Edward, 1870-1957 (person)

Judge and member of the Stanford Board of Trustees (1902-1912). He served as attorney to Jane Lathrop Stanford and was part donor of two graduate dormitories at Stanford University. From the description of George E. Crothers papers, 1905-1957. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510691 Biographical/Historical Sketch Judge and member of the Stanford Board of Trustees (1902-1912). He served as attorney to Jane Lathrop Stanfor...

Mascuch, Michael (person)

Waley, Arthur. (person)

English museum curator and translator. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [London], to Camille Honig in Brazil, [1955] Mar. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270586277 ...

Thorne, Susan, 1958- (person)

Bailey, Stanley R., 1963-... (person)

Weiss, Meira (person)

Jensen, Dortha Williams (person)

Kinkley, Jeffrey C., 1948-.... (person)

Shavelson, Richard J. (person)

Stansky, Peter and William Abrahams (person)

Qu, Tongzu (person)

Kirby, William C. (person)

Manning, Philip. (person)

MacKinnon, Stephen R, Diana Lary, and Ezra F. Vogel (person)

Lerner, Daniel (person)

Wheeler, Samuel C. (person)

Langer, Erick Detlef (person)

Wickizer, V. D. (Vernon Dale), 1904- (person)

Reardon-Anderson, James (person)

Horowitz, Gregg (person)

Drachkovich, Milorad M., ed (person)

Robin, Régine, 1939- (person)

Szafraniec, Asja. (person)

Wang, Ban, 1957-.... (person)

Luther, Ernest W. (person)

Phillips, Robert L. (person)

Cassedy, Steven. (person)

Gumbrecht, Hans Ulrich (person)

Flanigan, James, 1936- (person)

Roe, Emery. (person)

Chen, J. (Jie) (person)

Suzuki, Michiko (person)

Hua, Shiping, 1956-.... (person)

Zahavi, Dan (person)

Hilton, George Woodman (person)

Woodburne, Lloyd S. (Lloyd Stuart), 1906-1992 (person)

Goodson, Gar (person)

Pekkanen, Saadia M. and Paul Kallender-Umezu (person)

Behlmer, George K. (person)

Hasegawa, Tsuyoshi, ed (person)

Parks, George Bruner, 1890-.... (person)

Teacher, editor, translator. George Bruner Parks (1890-1981) (Columbia University M.A., 1914, Ph.D., 1929) was professor of English at Washington University (St. Louis), 1921-1939, and at Queens College (New York), 1939-1961. He was also Publications Chairman of the Renaissance Society of America and the editor of two volumes of the series: THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD IN ENGLISH TRANSLATION; A BIBLIOGRAPHY (New York, Ungar, 1968, 1970). From the description o...

Meyer-Fong, Tobie S. (Tobie Sarah) (person)

Horsman, Yasco (person)

Suh, J. J.. et. al, eds (person)

Butler, Samuel, 1835-1902 (person)

Samuel Butler was an English novelist, essayist, and critic. He was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge, and after a time in New Zealand as a sheep farmer, returned to England in 1864 where he established himself as both a painter and a writer. His satire Erewhon (1872) foreshadowed the collapse of the Victorian illusion of progress. His autobiographical novel, The way of all flesh (1903), is generally considered his masterpiece and is a story about Butler's escape from the suffocating mor...

De Roos, Robert William, 1912- (person)

Cavell, Stanley, 1926-.... (person)

Shaw, William H. (person)

Roberts, Helen M., 1896- (person)

McCormack, Gavan (person)

Miller, Alice Lyman and Richard Wich (person)

Platt, Kevin M.F., 1967- (person)

Biegal, Bernard et. al., eds (person)

Harris, Donald J. (person)

Filippelli, Ronald L. (person)

Gelfand, Michele J. (person)

Bell, Reginald (Reginald C.), 1894- (person)

Dufresne, Todd, 1966-.... (person)

Joseph, William A. (person)

Morson, Gary Saul, 1948-.... (person)

Goldthorpe, John H. (person)

Katzew, Ilona, ed (person)

Chang, Elizabeth Hope (person)

Langacker, Ronald W. (person)

Haber, Stephen H., 1957-.... (person)

Van Patten, Nathan, 1887- (person)

Director of Stanford University Libraries, 1927-1947, Professor of Bibliography, 1948-1952, Professor Emeritus, 1952-1956, and Curator, Memorial Library of Music, 1952-1955. From the description of Memorial Library of Music : files, 1947-1953. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122369477 Director, Stanford University Libraries, 1927-1947. From the description of Nathan Van Patten certificate, 1930. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867263 Director of Stanfor...

Searles, Colbert, ed (person)

Taylor, Karla, 1952-.... (person)

Hegland, Edwina Kenney (person)

Hopkins, David Moody, 1921-2001 (person)

David Moody Hopkins was born in 1921 in Nashua, New Hampshire, grew up in the small village of Greenfield, N.H., and received his professional education at the University of New Hampshire (B.S., 1942) and Harvard University (M.S., 1948; Ph. D., 1955). He joined the Geological Survey as a Junior Geologist in 1942 and, except for a two-year stint in the Army Air Force in Alaska and the Aleutian islands (1944-1946), remained at the Survey until his retirement in 1984. Most of his Geological Survey ...

Clarke, James Mitchell (person)

Educator; San Diego, California. Involved in the San Diego City Schools Curriculum Project of the WPA. The aim of the Project was to develop a broader range of teaching materials of appropriately varied content to accompany teaching in various departments of the city schools curriculum. From the description of James M. Clarke papers, 1936-1948. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86118583 ...

Poggi, Gianfranco and Giuseppe Sciortino (person)

Tamen, Miguel (person)

Brady, David and Mathew D. McCubbins (person)

Baptandier, Brigitte (person)

Márquez, Patricia C., 1965- (person)

Carlisle, David Brez, 1926-.... (person)

Leong, Sow-theng (person)

Mahr, August, 1886- (person)

Emeritus Professor of German, The Ohio State University. Noted for his literary work and for his study of the 18th century Moravian missions among the Indians of Ohio. From the description of Papers, 1912-1961. (Ohio State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 14924548 ...

Alagappa, Muthiah, editor (person)

Commission for Relief in Belgium (person)

Lloyd, Vincent W. (person)

Chung, Angie Y., 1973- (person)

Lefebvre, Alexandre (person)

Fields, Gary (person)

Bourdieu, Pierre, 1930-2002 (person)

Boyle, John Hunter. (person)

Gottfredson, Michael R. (person)

Cole, Jeffrey A. (person)

Lampton, David M. (person)

Hart, Henry Hersch, 1886-.... (person)

Diamant, Neil J., Stanley B. Lubman and Kevin J. O'Brien, ed (person)

Huang, Philip C., 1940- (person)

Rosello, Mireille. (person)

Wright, Gordon, 1912-2000 (person)

Biographical/Historical Note American historian. From the guide to the Gordon Wright typescript : Raymond Poincaré and the French presidency, 1939, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Stahl, Gunter K. and Mark E. Mendenhall (person)

Cheek, Pamela (person)

Pateman, Carole. (person)

Gay, George I. (George Inness) (person)

Member, Statistical Division, Commission for Relief in Belgium. From the description of George I. Gay papers, 1915-1929. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866951 Biographical/Historical Note Member, Statistical Division, Commission for Relief in Belgium. From the guide to the George I. Gay papers, 1915-1929, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Kline, S. J. (Stephen Jay), 1922- (person)

Brown, Catherine, 1959- (person)

Genet, Jean, 1903-1934 (person)

Kennedy, Arthur Garfield, 1880-1954 (person)

Professor of English Philology at Stanford (1914-1945; emeritus 1945-1954) and Chairman of the English Department (1941-1945). From the description of Arthur Garfield Kennedy papers, 1903-1954. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 703381499 Biographical/Historical Sketch Professor of English Philology at Stanford (1914-1945; emeritus 1945-1954) and Chairman of the English Department (1941-1945). Arthur Garfield Kenn...

Gabara, Rachel (person)

Krasny, Michael (person)

Jackson, Hartley Everett (person)

Mintz, Alan (person)

Wolf, Arthur P. (person)

Given, James Buchanan (person)

Frost, Samantha (person)

Goldstein, Avery, 1954-.... (person)

Hess, Julia Meredith (person)

Anidjar, Gil. (person)

Horkheimer, Max, 1895-1973 (person)

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,...

Karman, James ed (person)

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Beaumont, Gustave ˜deœ 1802-1866 (person)

French political scientist and politician. Friend and colleague of Alexis de Tocqueville. From the description of L'Irlande sociale, politique et religieuse : [France], [ca. 1839]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702146097 ...

Harris, David, 1900-.... (person)

American historian; associate chief, Central European Affairs Division, United States Department of State, 1943-1947; professor of history, Stanford University, 1930-1966. From the description of David Harris papers, 1926-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754869184 History professor at Stanford University. From the description of David Harris letters, 1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 705271794 Biographical Note ...

Harte, Bret, 1836-1902 (person)

Author and journalist. From the description of Papers of Bret Harte [manuscript] 1859-1901. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647940411 Harte served as editor of the Overland Monthly, 1868-1870. From the description of ALS, 1869 April 17 : San Francisco, to Mrs. Emily Gould, Rome. (Copley Press, J S Copley Library). WorldCat record id: 16700642 From the description of ALS, 1868 July 5 : San Francisco, to [Emily Gould]. (Copley Press, J S Copl...

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Ely, Sally Frothingham Akers, 1873? -1917 (person)

Coser, Rose Laub, 1916-.... (person)

Sociologist. Coser was born in Berlin and came to the United States in 1939. She received her Ph. D. from Columbia in 1957, and served on the faculty at SUNY-Stony Brook for many years. Coser published widely and won a number of grants and fellowships during her career. From the description of Rose Laub Coser Papers, 1960-1991. (Boston College). WorldCat record id: 43610984 ...

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Wolfson, Susan J., 1948-.... (person)

Zeitlin, Judith T., 1958- (person)

Bennett, John W. (John William), 1915-2005 (person)

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Mosher, Clelia Duel, 1863-1940 (person)

Clelia Duel Mosher was a physician and professor of personal hygiene at Stanford University 1893-1896, 1910-1929, and emeritus 1929-1940. She was born in 1863 in Albany, New York and graduated from Wellesley College in 1891. She also received an A.B. degree (1892) in zoology and an A.M. degree (1894) in physiology from Stanford University, and received her M.D. from Johns Hopkins University in 1900. She died in Palo Alto, California December 22, 1940. From the description of Statisti...

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Kleinman, Arthur and James L. Watson (eds.) (person)

Matthews, Glenna (person)

Dr. Glenna Matthews, historian, received her B.A. from San José State University in 1969 and in 1977 she received her Ph.D. from Stanford University. Matthews is the author of several books on the history of U.S. women. Among her major publications are: Silicon Valley, women, and the California dream: gender, class, and opportunity in the twentieth century (2003), Rise of public woman: woman's power and woman's place, 1630-1970 (1992), and "Just a housewife" : the rise and fall of domesticity i...

Josipovici, Gabriel, 1940-.... (person)

Arnstein, Flora J. (person)

Flora Jacobi Arnstein was a poet, author and teacher. Along with Helen Salz, she founded San Francisco's Presidio Hill School and wrote several books. The daughter of Edith Brandenstein and Jacob Jacobi, she married Lawrence Arnstein, known as "Mr. Public Health"; b. 1885; d. 1990. From the description of Flora J. Arnstein papers, 1884-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 74985188 Flora Jacobi was born on August 10, 1885, in San Francisco. She married Lawrence Arnstein in 19...

Mcdavid, Raven Ioor (person)

Raven Ioor McDavid, Jr. was born on October 16, 1911 in Greenville, South Carolina to Raven Ioor and Marie Louise (Henderson) McDavid. In 1929 McDavid was a summer student at the Virginia Military Academy. He received a B.A. from Furman University in Greenville in 1931, and went on to Duke University for graduate school (M.A. 1933, Ph.D 1935). From 1935 to 1938 McDavid was an English Instructor at the Citadel, a military academy in Charleston, South Carolina. From there ...

Brant, Sebastian, 1458-1521 (person)

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Rosenberg, Nathan, et. al, editors (person)

Blood, Susan 1956- (person)

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Kuhonta, Erik Martinez, 1973-.... (person)

Kinney, Lucien, ed (person)

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