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Lowell Turrentine papers, 1913-1956.

Author: Lowell Turrentine
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection pertains largely to his professional life at Stanford University and contains correspondence, both business and personal; his master's thesis; materials for lectures; degrees, awards, and certificates; and a Turrentine genealogy. General correspondence concerns financial investments, legal issues (including estate issues), law curriculum, publication of his articles and books, placement of law students,  Read more...
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Named Person: Charles Alexander Beardsley; John S Bradway; Elliott E Cheatham; Warren Christopher; Felix Frankfurter; Juan Enrique Geigel; Erwin N Griswold; Moffatt Hancock; Marion Rice Kirkwood; Theodore J Kreps; Allene Lamson; Philbrick McCoy; Dudley O McGovney; Roscoe Pound; Owen J Roberts; Malcolm Sharp; Julian Turrentine; Lawrence N Turrentine; Fred Ames Weller; Richard Wicks
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lowell Turrentine
OCLC Number: 122546718
Description: 4 linear feet
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Collection pertains largely to his professional life at Stanford University and contains correspondence, both business and personal; his master's thesis; materials for lectures; degrees, awards, and certificates; and a Turrentine genealogy. General correspondence concerns financial investments, legal issues (including estate issues), law curriculum, publication of his articles and books, placement of law students, and personal affairs such as his health, offers of other teaching posts, and Princeton and Harvard reunions. There is a substantial amount of correspondence and memoranda from his work as a Compliance Commissioner for the War Production Board, 1942-44. Other topics include the Stanford Law Veterans Memorial Scholarship, the death of Allene Lamson, Laisne v. State Board of Optometry, and the effect of World War II on the Law School. Correspondents include Warren Christopher, Felix Frankfurter, Charles A. Beardsley, John S. Bradway, Elliott E. Cheatham, Juan Enrique Geigel, Erwin N. Griswold, Moffatt Hancock, Marion R. Kirkwood, Ray B. Lyon, Philbrick McCoy, D. O. McGovney, Roscoe Pound, Owen J. Roberts, Malcolm P. Sharp, Fred Ames Weller, and Richard Wicks.

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