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Klaus-Friedrich Koch (1937-1979) Papers

Identifier: 11/3/2/1
Abstract Klaus-Friedrich Koch held numerous academic appointments including positions at Harvard University, Bielefeld University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Pennsylvania. In 1976 Northwestern University appointed him an associate professor of anthropology. Koch held this position until his death in 1979. His research interests centered on law, warfare, conflict and its resolution, and politics. The Klaus-Friedrich Koch Papers fill two and one-half boxes and span the period...
Dates: 1966-1979

Operation Greylord Files

Identifier: 55/51
Abstract The Operation Greylord Collection is an accumulation of trial transcript photocopies from numerous court cases in which the Federal Government prosecuted court officials from Chicago’s Cook County system. In 1978, the FBI began investigating the Cook County courts for corruption and bribery, leading to trials that would find eight judges, the most prominent being Richard F. LeFevour, and many attorneys, clerks, and police officers guilty by 1987. The collection, which also includes period...
Dates: 1967-1988

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