3 edition of Levy Mayer and the new industrial era found in the catalog.
Levy Mayer and the new industrial era
Edgar Lee Masters
|Statement||by Edgar Lee Masters.|
|LC Classifications||KF373.M39 M38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||305 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||27016921|
One thing is for sure – ‘authenticity’ in the true sense of the word has probably departed large parts of New York City for good. Once a representation of new beginnings, the city is well on its way to museum status. This does not mean New York will go away – it may become to the 20th Century what Paris is to the 19th Century. Mrs. Levy Mayer, widow of the celebrated Chicago attorney who died a year ago, presented $, to Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.) for the erection of a new Law School building. It will be named Levy Mayer Hall, and ground for it will be broken early next Spring.
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Levy Mayer. Illustration from "Levy Mayer And The New Industrial Era," Edgar Lee Masters (). There were simply not enough hours in the day for Levy Mayer (pronounced LEE-vee MAY-ur), a child prodigy who became one of the top lawyers in the country.
Levy Mayer and the new industrial era. New Haven: [s.n.], (OCoLC) Named Person: Levy Mayer; Levy Mayer: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Lee Masters; Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection (Library of Congress). The papers consist of a typescript draft, with minor editorial revisions and corrections, of Masters' biography of Chicago attorney Levy Mayer ().
The book, Levy Mayer and the New Industrial Era (New Haven, ), was Masters' first full-length biography. Levy Mayer Hall Levy Mayer. Portrait by Leopold Seyffert.
From Masters, Edgar Lee, 'Levy Mayer and the New Industrial Era,' The man in the elegant portrait by Leopold Seyffert in the Entrance Lobby to Levy Mayer Hall at Northwestern University School of Law is Levy Mayer, facing a painting of his widow, Rachel Meyer Mayer who, after Levy Mayer’s death indonated $, of his.
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The book, Levy Mayer and the New Industrial Era (New Haven, ), was Masters' first full-length biography. Mayer's widow, Rachel, who copyrighted the book and published it in a limited edition of 1, copies, wrote the biography in consideration of a significant payment from the Mayer.
Levy Mayer (Octo – Aug ) was an American lawyer from Virginia.A child prodigy of law, Mayer graduated from Yale Law School before he could even legally practice the profession in his hometown of Chicago, several years organizing the Chicago Law Library, Mayer practiced with Adolf became one of the most infamous lawyers in Chicago by defending.
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Children of the Market Place: A Fictitious Autobiography (New York: Macmillan Co., ). За живота на Стивън Дъглас. Levy Mayer and the New Industrial Era (New Haven: Yale University Press, ). За чикагския адвокат Леви Майър (–). Levy Mayer and the New Industrial Era By Edgar Lee Masters, Explore thousands of old and rare books, including illuminated manuscripts, fine press editions, illustrated books, incunabula, limited editions and miniature books.
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Vol. 8, No.2 The University of Chicago Law School 13 Frank D. Mayer, JD'23, delivering his lecture on Levy Mayer to a full house in Breasted Hall.,It The Honorable Charles E.
Wyzanski, lr., delivering the bi ennial Ernst Freund Lecture in Mandel Hall. At left is Pro fessor Bernard Meltzer, who introduced the speaker. Three generations at the Mayer Lecture.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Young Levy Mayer attended Chicago public schools and graduated from the Central High School.
He worked for his living, while studying law at Yale University. Mayer obtained a job as a librarian of the Chicago Law Institute at a salary of four dollars a week, upon graduating from the law school.
During that time he wrote two books on law. Book Published Athens: University of Georgia Press,  Description 84 p. ; 23 cm. Notes Reprinted from Georgia historical quarterly, Sept.
Sept. Subject headings Lawyers-- Levy Mayer and the new industrial era, a biography. Masters, Edgar Lee, • The New Enclosure is published by Verso. To order a copy for £ (RRP £20) go to or call Free UK p&p over £15, online orders only.
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He was her father’s brother and his name was John Mayer because he dropped the surname Levy, according to a family tree compiled by the Ochs-Sulzberger clan some 70 years ago.
"[A] remarkable and radical new book." --Martin Wolf, The Financial Times "Mayer's manifesto recasts the company's place in society." --Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson, The Financial Times "This is a timely and highly insightful treatise on the urgent need to revisit today's misguided and simplistic views on the purpose of the s: This book was very interesting not only with the story of Lawford's life, but the surrounding social scene.
Starting from his birth, when it was acceptable for the upper class of England to have affairs and mistresses it was a scandal for someone to divorce. Lawford's parents left England and traveled throughout the world to avoid being ostracized.
Mrs Lawford was extremely class conscious /5(24).