University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Financial records: vols. 1-4: cash books, 1856-1858; vols. 5-8: ledgers of accounts; vols. 9-11: cash books, 1891-1899; vols. 12-27: check stubs; vol. 28: accounts; vols. 29-30: sales books; vol. 31: journal, 1859-1863; vol. 32: check stubs
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Charles N. Mann Manuscript for the History of the Arch Street Theatre, 1901-1904, consists of five bound manuscript volumes (Volumes II-VI) that provide a record of every performance at this Philadelphia theater from 30 August 1834 to 18 June 1869. The author, Charles N. Mann, lists in chronological order the date, title, and principal performers of each play presented, and also provides biographical sketches of actors, actresses, and playwrights, notes on critics' reactions to the plays, and other information regarding the history of the Arch Street Theatre. Mann likely drew upon the primary source materials in his own collection to create this richly detailed chronicle of one of the United States' oldest theaters
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
In the interview, Mr. Feldman discusses his tenure working as Deputy Special Counsel to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, including personal memories of Kennedy, preparing for the Nixon-Kennedy debates and the 1960 presidential election campaign, the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, and the formation of the Special Olympics
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Explores Chief Justice Deborah Poritz's career working with the Attorney General's office of New Jersey, including her involvement with environmental law and City of Philadelphia v. New Jersey. Chief Justice Poritz went on to become Attorney General of New Jersey, and was appointed to the New Jersey Supreme Court in 1996
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Cynthia White is a 1980 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. In 1984, she began working at the City of Philadelphia Law department in the tax unit. In 1996 she was promoted to Chief Deputy City Solicitor. In January 2004, she will serve as the next president elect for the Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project, a pro bono organization
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Mr. Di Massa discusses growing up as the child of Italian immigrants, his experiences as a student at law school, as well as his work with Bankruptcy and Creditor's Rights in a large Philadelphia law firm
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Topics explored include childhood and family history; segregation in Baltimore; the effects of WWII on education; experience at Georgetown University Law Center; clerkships for Judges Charles Markell and Edward Delaplaine of the Court of Appeals of Maryland; experiences at Piper? William Marbury as an early mentor; interstate sales tax: Miller and Co. v. the State of Maryland; pro bono work; Bostich v Smoot Sand? Blackburn v. Maryland; extensive discussion of Brady v. Maryland; the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO); public's resistance to the OEO's Legal Services Program; Attorney General campaign; critique of contemporary legal education
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Peter Liacouras has been a Professor of Law for over forty years. Liacouras spent nearly twenty years as the President of Temple University, ten years as Dean of Temple University's School of Law, and is currently the Chancellor of Temple. This interview discusses these experiences as well as his work for the State Department in India and for the Defender Association of Philadelphia. Throughout his career, Liacouras has fought for human rights both domestically and internationally. He has been recognized for his commitment to opening up the field of law as well as other professions to women and other historically excluded groups. The interview explores the origins of his interest in human rights, his educational experiences at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Yale Law School, Duke, Harvard Law School, Drexel University, William and Mary, and the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Mr. Kurzban explores some of the changes in immigration policies under the Reagan, Bush (Sr.), and Clinton administrations, especially those relating to the plight of Haitian refugees. Topics touched upon relating to his extensive experience with immigration law include Jean v. Nelson, the effects of indigency on refugee treatment, Smith v. Smathers, the Haitian Refugee Center in Miami, policies of the INS, INS v. Marcie Lucie Jean, and the influence of political turmoil in Haiti on immigration in the United States
University of Pennsylvania Law School Archives
Mr. Reath discusses his experience in private practice, his pro bono work, and work in the areas of judicial reform and prisoners' rights

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