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Nelson D. Simons (JD 1925) was the first Native American graduate of Suffolk University Law School. He was later elected chief of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe

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Jeanne M. Hession (JD 1956) was the first woman elected Suffolk University Law School President (1955) and the first woman appointed to Suffolk University's Board of Trustees (1973), served as Vice-Chair from 1976-1996

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Hayashi was the first student of Japanese heritage to graduate from Suffolk University Law School.

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This scrapbook documents aspects of George Christopher Kendall’s early life and career from 1903-1944. Kendall was born on August 22, 1885 in British Guiana, South America. He was employed as a letter carrier for the government post office from 1901…

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Robert A. Bellinger, a professor in Suffolk University’s history department and director of the Black Studies program, discusses his areas of expertise, his experiences in Africa, and his thoughts on Pan-Africanism and the relationship between…

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Training session delivered to staff, organized by Office of Multicultural Affairs in 1993: Milieu Management is an administrative approach which views the entire university as a learning environment. All participants cooperate in helping students…

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Pictured: Charles Olmstead, Inez Patten, Keith George, Eugent Herrington, Richard S. Brown

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This image is part of a glass lantern slide show created by Suffolk University President Gleason L. Archer in the 1920s for promotional purposes.
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