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Inventory of the Leonard V. Finder Papers
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Leonard V. Finder (1910-1969) was editor of the Sacramento Union from 1962-1966. After Finder left the Sacramento Union, he devoted his time to lecturing and teaching, primarily at the Extension Program of the University of California, Davis. His Papers contain an unfinished manuscript of his unpublished book, Reflections in Asia, written following a world tour in 1966.
Leonard V. Finder (1910-1969) received his B.A. from the University of Illinois (1930) and his LL.B. from the University of Illinois Law School (1933). He practiced law in Chicago from 1933-1938 and went on to become Assistant National Director and Eastern Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League. From 1947-1951, he was publisher of the Manchester Evening-Leader and the Stafford Star in New Hampshire. After a ten year stint as Vice President and Secretary at the Universal Match Corporation in St. Louis, Missouri, he served as editor and publisher of the Sacramento Union from 1962-1966.
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