Isaacson, Irving (1915 - )

Genre: Non-Fiction

Irving Isaacson is a corporate and commercial attorney who was born and raised in Auburn and lives in Lewiston, ME. He attended school in Auburn and Lewiston, received his B.A. from Bates College (1936) and his law degree from Harvard Law School (1939). He served six years in the military beginning in 1940 serving both in the U.S. and in Europe. He served as the assistant county attorney for Androscoggin County (1948-1955) and as a judge in the Auburn Municipal Court (1958-1964). He has written legal texts for the training of law enforcement personnel as well as a memoir.

Selected Bibliography

  • Manual for the Arresting Officer (1961)
  • Memoirs of an Amateur Spy: The Story of the First OSS Spy in the Cold War with the Russians (2001)