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Kadison, Stuart


biographical statement

Wedgwood & Bentley pottery from the Kadison collection, 1983 (subj.) CIP t.p. (Kadison) galley (Stuart Kadison)

Farwell, B. The charged image, 1989: CIP t.p. (Stuart Kadison) data sheet (b. 11/17/23)

Stanford magazine, via WWW, Aug. 26, 2013 (Stuart L. Kadison; d. Oct. 22, 2003; resident of Los Angeles, Calif.; graduated from Stanford with juris doctorate, 1948; served in World War II; trial lawyer, expert in constitutional law and special counsel to Chistensen, Miller, Fink, Jacobs, Glaser Weil & Shapiro; taught at Stanford Law School, 1977-1982; president of Los Angeles County Bar Association and governor of the State Bar of California; wife, Carita; three children)

LexisNexus, via WWW, Aug. 26, 2013 (Stuart Kadison; b. Nov. 17, 1923 in Richmond, Va.; parents: Elliot Theodore and Rebecca (Lesser) Kadison; m. June 23, 1946 to Carita Silverman; three children; bachelor's degree, University of Maryland, 1942; LL.B., Stanford, 1948; lawyer, educator, writer; served in Naval Reserve during World War II; taught at Stanford University, 1977-1982; at the University of Chicago, 2000; practiced law in Los Angeles, Calif.; served on foundations and boards related to law and the arts)

BGMI, via WWW, Aug. 26, 2013 (Stuart Kadison; Stuart L. Kadison; Stuart Lesser Kadison; b. 1923)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Stuart and Carita Kadison collection of C. R. Savage photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2943
Scope and Contents Contains 105 photographs, taken mainly by C.R. Savage, of scenes around Utah, especially Salt Lake City. There are also a few photographs in the collection of nature scenes in Colorado, Wyoming, and California. Several photographs of Brigham Young and his residences are in the collection, as well as important buildings pertaining to the history of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including the Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle, the Assembly Hall, and the Lion, Beehive, and Gardo...
Dates: approximately 1860-1900