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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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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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This image is part of a glass lantern slide show created by Suffolk University President Gleason L. Archer in the 1920s for promotional purposes. Pictured: clockwise, from top center, is Vice President Charles W. Bartlett; Joseph F. O'Connell; James…

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Pictured (clockwise): Thomas J. Boynton; Joseph F. O'Connell; Wilmot R. Evans, Jr., James M. Swift; Gleason L. Archer; George A. Frost; James H. Vahey

soh-007 transcript.pdf
In this interview, conducted by his cousin, Ted Duncan, Suffolk University founder Gleason L. Archer (1880-1966) discusses the founding of the university and his other professional endeavors. The interview covers the founding of Suffolk Law School in…

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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.

ms-0037.pdf
This recording is part of Gleason L. Archer's radio series focused on legal issues for lay people.

ms-0035.pdf
Includes brief a biography about Archer's radio career and an index to the titles in the the "Law and the Home" radio series

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Pictured left to right: Gleason L. Archer, Jr.; Gleason L. Archer (President, 1937-1948, and Founder of Suffolk University); Elizabeth Archer

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Pictured: Thomas J. Boynton, President Gleason L. Archer (1906-1948), Prof. Matersie [?], John Shephard, 3rd, Commissioner McCarthy

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President Gleason L. Archer's headshot scanned from the Suffolk Journal front page (Vol. 1, No. 1)

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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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