Julian L. Simon Papers, 1955-2002
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Brief Description: Papers of Julian L. Simon (1932-1998), professor of advertising (1963-66), professor of marketing (1966-69), and professor of business administration and economics (1969-83), including articles, books, and correspondence concerning advertising, environmental issues, immigration, population, and statistics relating to African-American reparations, the airline industry, birth control, economic development, Paul Ehrlich, the environment, the environmental movement, farmland loss, immigration, mail order business, population growth, government regulation and deregulation, resampling statistics, resource depletion, Science magazine, and species loss.  Correspondents include American Eugenics Society, David Boaz, James Billington, Daniel Boorstin, Kenneth E. Boulding, William J. Casey, Linda Chavez, Norman Cousins, Stephen Covey, Paul Ehrlich, Emerson Foote, Milton Friedman, Robert Garcia, Bernard Grabowski, Meg Greenfield, Philip Hart, F. A. Hayek, Alfred E. Kahn, Marvin Kalb, Jack Kemp, Robert F. Kennedy, Irving Kristol, Simon Kuznets, Seymour Martin Lipset, Maurine Neuberger, Peggy Noonan, Charles Percy, John J. Rhodes, Leo Rosten, Warren Samuels, Antonin Scalia, James H. Scheuer, Patricia Schroeder, Paul Simon, Joseph Spengler, Joseph Stiglitz, Roy A. Taylor, and Joseph Tydings.
Held at:
University of Illinois Archives
19 Library
1408 W. Gregory Dr.
Urbana, IL 61820
Phone: (217) 333-0798
Fax: (217) 333-2868
Email: illiarch [at] illinois.edu
Record Series Number: 9/5/38
Created by: Simon, Julian Lincoln (1932-1998)
Volume: 40.0 cubic feet
Acquired: 10/21/2002; 12/8/2011
More information is available at https://files.archon.library.illinois.edu/uasfa/0905038.pdf
Arrangement: By Type of Material and Alphabetical Thereunder
Subject Index
Economic Growth
Economic History
Economics
Environmental Issues
Faculty Papers
Immigration
Population Control
Population Studies
Statistics
Genres/Forms of Material
Papers
Languages of Materials
English [eng]