Ref NoA44/5/4
Title University of Yale / Time Spent in America
DescriptionKevin Boyle was a Postdoctorate Associate in Sociology at University of Yale from Autumn semester 1972. File includes a social security card for Kevin Boyle; a membership card for the "American League of Undivided Ireland" for 1973; press cutting from the Yale Weekly Bulletin and Calendar, detailing recent appointments within Yale University, including Boyle's appointment (11 Dec 1972); A Christmas card, blank, with a sketch of Yale University Library on the cover; a campus map for Yale University; a TS letter, written to Kevin Boyle at Yale Law School, from John Farrar, Faculty of Law, University of Bristol, detailing reasons why Kevin's paper on civil liberties and law was not published in a law journal. (16 Feb 1973; TS letter to Boyle from Rona [ ], Department of Sociolgy, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusettes, thanking Boyle for his talks and lectures (23 Oct 1972); a MS list of songs by American soul singers. Headed paper is from Lillian Louise Hall, New Haven Connecticut. (n.d) a black and white photograph with MS note on reverse by Boyle, "View from Cathy Neville's house, Snake Hill, Belmont, Boston. (n.d.), press releases and details of public lectures given at various U.S. locations by Boyle, some entitled are: "The Irish Struggle" (17 Jan 1973) "Ireland, Civil Rights and Law", Smith College, NorthHampton, Massechusettes (16 Mar 1982) "Irish Problems: New Solutions" at University of Detroit. (10 Mar 1972)
FormatPrinted document
Extent1 file
CodePersonNameDatesParallel forms of name
DS/UK/32Boyle; Kevin (1943-2010); Human Rights activist, barrister, lecturer.1943-2010
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