Columbia University
Family background; education; law practice in Chicago; activities in Democratic Party; World War II; Stevenson campaign, 1948; Stevenson's attitude towards politics; Ellen Borden Stevenson; pressures of public office; Chairman Democratic National Committee, 1952-55; 1952 campaign: Harry Truman, party unity; 1956 campaign: civil rights plank, the Kennedys; impressions of various political figures
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Seattle in the 1920s; World War II experiences in the South Pacific; War Assets Administration; employee and union relations of Continental Can Corporation
Columbia University
Early dance training with Marian Van Tuyl Campbell, subsequent performances with group; dance and music classes at Bennington Summer School with Martha Graham, Charles Weidman, Hanya Holm, Doris Humphrey
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Independent lease agent
Columbia University
Family work for Continental Can; clerk in Chicago Order Department; secretary to sales manager, Syracuse transfer, promotion to Florida offices; Depression; Business School; business career opportunities for women; women's wardrobes, salaries in 1930s; New York canning crops; World War II employment problems; sales management personalities; paper bodied citrus concentrate cans
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H. Thomas James and career at Stanford University, as President of the Spencer Foundation, personality, teaching style
Columbia University
Family, educational background; chicken virus work, Johns Hopkins; teaching career, Harvard School of Public Health; virus and cancer research; Cancer Act and establishment of Cancer Institute
Columbia University
General discussion of student dissatisfaction and the events at Columbia during April and May 1968