Henry Cohen (1933- ) was born in Brooklyn, New York. He was an assistant professor of history at California State College
at Long Beach (1964-69), assistant professor (1969-71), then associate professor of history at Loyola University in Chicago.
The collection consists of correspondence, memos, notes, clippings, court records, transcripts, photographs, and typescripts
related to and arising from investigations of civil liberties violations in Long Beach, California.
Cohen was born on September 23, 1933 in Brooklyn, New York; BA, Columbia University, 1955; Ph.D, Cornell University, 1965;
instructor in history, Ohio State University, 1962-64; assistant professor of history, California State College at Long Beach,
1964-69; assistant professor, 1969-71, then associate professor of history, Loyola University (Chicago); member, American
Historical Association, Economic History Association, and Organization of American Historians; wrote Business and Politics in America from the Age of Jackson to the Civil War (1971) and Brutal Justice: the Ordeal of an American City (1980).
9 boxes (4.5 linear ft.)
1 oversize box.
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