Richard M. Howland, Attorney for students, is seen sitting at an office desk. The desk top and in-box are messy, covered with papers. Mr. Howland wears a striped floral shirt, and is sporting long sideburns, mustache and beard. He practiced law in Amherst for 30 years, 1968-1998, and then became a teacher in the Springfield Public Schools.
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Congratulations on the occasion of the wedding of Andrew and Therese Allison.
1968 Aug. 4
McCormack, Mark H.
Responding to Cudahy's letter of July 12, 1968. Informs Cudahy that he will be leaving for South Africa in a day or two and won't be able to get together with him for the next few weeks. He suggests that Cudahy communicate with Arthur J. Lafave.
1948 Mar. 10
Smythe, Hugh H. (Hugh Heyne), 1913-1977
New York (N.Y.) - Addressed to William H. Melish; regretfully relaying W. E. B. Du Bois's declination of his recent invitation to a reception dinner (mums312-b120-i002), as he will be out of the city on the relevant date.
1983 Dec. 12
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Dr. Eugenio Aramburu, about his father General Pedro Aramburu. Topics include the ouster of President Arturo Illia, opinions about the Gran Acuerdo Nacional and Alejandro Lanusse, army factions Azules and Colorados, and Aramburu’s study of Argentinian problems.
1970 Feb. 19
Boston (Mass.) - From a series of photographs depicting the protests on the Boston Common following the 1970 conviction of five of the Chicago Seven.