Kenneth S. Carlston Papers, 1935-1966
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Brief Description: Papers of Kenneth Smith Carlston (1904-69), professor of law (1946-69), including the correspondence and reports of the Committee on International Restrictive Business Practices of the American Branch of the International Law Association (1953-64) and the University Committee on Forums (1959-66); notes and printed documents relating to international law, international legal claims, the Mexican Claims Commission (1935-36) and the nationalization of the Suez Canal (1954-57); incomplete manuscript copies and reprints of publications ("The Marshall Plan," 1946; "The Elements of Peace," 1952 and "International Administrative Law:  A Venture in Legal Theory," 1959) and personal correspondence. Correspondents include William L. Springer, Kenneth Keniston, Samuel K. Kopper, Earl Cruickshank and Thomas Haynes.
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University of Illinois Archives
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Record Series Number: 14/2/24
Created by: Carlston, Kenneth Smith (1904-1969)
Volume: 0.6 cubic feet
Acquired: 1/16/1970
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Arrangement: by subject and chronologically thereunder
Subject Index
Anti-Trust Legislation
Arabian American Oil Company
Faculty Papers
International Law
Mexican Claims Commission
Restrictive Business Practices
Speakers, Visiting
Suez Canal
Genres/Forms of Material
Languages of Materials
English [eng]