Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes, programs, clippings, scrapbooks, photos, posters, sound and video recordings, press releases, and other papers, relating to debating activities
Chicago Public Library - Special Collections Division
The Collection consists of the files generated primarily by the City of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA). The three main projects undertaken by DCA are the Dance 'til the Dawn of the New Millennium, the International Millennium Dinner, and the Year 2000 Themes
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Hoff describes early interest in science and his education in electrical engineering. He discusses his work at Intel on the development of the various integrated circuits for calculators, computers, and telecommunications
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection contains business records comprised of building leases, insurance policies, clippings, promotional flyers, postcards, newspaper advertisements, concert programs, contracts, schedules, and employee and artist files; correspondence and memos; financial records comprised of ticket sales, budgets, tax records, grants, and audit reports; audiovisual materials; and photographs which document the work of the modern dance repertory. A small amount of items in the collection is dated before and after the dates of incorporation, largely reflecting work of Linda Shapiro, Co-founder of NDE
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
In his interview, Mr. Putnam discusses his education and the importance of providing an environment for the conservative viewpoint in academia
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Mr. Nevels graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School with a J.D. degree in 1978. He is chairman and founder of The Swarthmore Group, an asset management firm that is one of the largest minority-owned businesses in the country. He is also the current Chairman of the Philadelphia School Reform Commission. In April 2005, President Bush appointed Mr. Nevels chariman of the advisory committee to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. He currently serves on the boards of Tasty Baking Company and the Pro Football Hall of Fame
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Judge Beck graduated from Temple Law School in 1967 with a J.D. degree. During her long career, which included private practice, she served as Dean of Penn Law, became the first female judge to sit on Pennsylvania's Superior Court, and later served as Presdent of one of the Independence Foundation, a philanthropic organization
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
J. Michael Farrell was born and raised in Philadelphia; before graduating from Georgetown University Law Center in 1978, he attended West Point and the University of South Carolina. He went on to teach criminal law at the University of South Carolina. In his practice currently he is a criminal defense and personal injury attorney who focuses on capital defense in Philadelphia and New Jersey. He argues that what should be defended is people, rather than ideals
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
As a graduate of both the Wharton School and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Morris Shuster would go on to teach in Penn Law's clinical programs. In the interview, Mr. Shuster discusses his upbringing in Philadelphia, as well as his views on teaching methods and the changes in Philadelphia law practices
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Topics include Mr. Ferleger's thoughts on the de-institutionalization of people with disabilities, as well as his vast experience with litigation on behalf of the disabled

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