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J.A.C. Grant papers, ca. 1920-1994
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James Allen Clifford Grant, Political Science Professor Emeritus joined the UCLA faculty in 1930 and retired in 1969. While at UCLA, Grant chaired the Political Science Department and the Academic Senate and was instrumental in the foundation of the UCLA Law School and the selection of its first dean. Materials include correspondence, annotated manuscripts, book reviews and journal articles, curriculum and syllabi for UCLA Political Science courses, labor arbitration hearing files, District Counsel Opinions regarding the South Coast Air Quality Management Hearing Board, research files on Vietnam and its constitutional development, and notes on historic legal cases with an emphasis on United States Supreme Court decisions.
James Allen Clifford Grant was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota in 1902. Friends and family referred to him as Cliff. When he was a child, his family moved to Southern California where he graduated from Inglewood High School in 1920 and attended the Southern Branch of the University of California, which would become UCLA, for two years. He studied at Stanford for four years, receiving a B.A. in 1924, a M.A. in 1925, and a Ph.D. in 1927. He married Helen Allison in 1928 and they had two children, William and Beverly.
55 linear ft. (42 record storage cartons, 10 document boxes and 3 oversize flat boxes.)
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