Albert Gleaves Cohen served as campus minister with United Ministries in Higher Education at California State University Fullerton
(1965-69) and California State University in Los Angeles (1969-97). The collection contains his activities on campus and
off for civil rights, minority causes, social justice, population, student issues, and intelligent stewardship of the environment.
Albert Gleaves Cohen (1928- ) grew up in Philadelphia and attended nearby Haverford School. The son of a naval commander and
grandson of Rear Admiral Albert Gleaves, he received an appointment to the United States Naval Academy. He graduated in
1949 with a concentration in mechanical engineering. He toured the Seas of Japan on USS Floyd B. Parks prior to the Korean
War and later served as an engineer on the USS K-1 submarine and the USS Catfish.
25 linear feet (29 archives boxes, 1 folio, 1 map case drawer)
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