Archer, Gleason (1880 - 1966)
Genre: Non-Fiction, Non-Fiction - Scholarly
Attorney, visionary educator, television broadcaster and writer and author Gleason Archer, Sr. was born in Great Pond, ME in 1880. He graduated valedictorian from Sabattus High School in 1902. He received his law degree from Boston University School of Law. In 1906 he founded and served as the first president of Suffolk University and Suffolk Law School in Boston, an evening law school created to provide an education to all, regardless of class, race or religion. He was also a writer and radio broadcaster for NBC.
- Law Office And Court Procedure (1910)
- Ethical Obligations Of The Lawyer (1910)
- The Educational Octopus: A Fearless Portrayal Of Men And Events In The Old Bay State, 1906-1915 (1915)
- Building A School : A Fearless Portrayal Of Men And Events In The Old Bay State, 1906-1919 (1919)
- History Of The Law (1928)