Some of the original John Jay College faculty

John Jay College Archives, Lloyd Sealy Library, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
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Photograph details


Copy photo from original not in the John Jay Archives. Members of the original faculty of John Jay (left to right):
  • Front row: Bernice Kamsler, Lorraine Colville, Flora Rheta Schrieber, Dean of Admin. John Downer, President Leonard Reisman, Dean of Faculty (later President) Donald H. Riddle, Dean of Students Bernard Locke, Marcia Yarmus, Carmella Barbuto Griffin
  • Second row: Alexander Smith, Arthur Wallace, Lawrence Kaplan, Milton Shafer, Alexander Joseph, Stanford Gwilliam, Kenneth Polletti, William Stahl;
  • Third row: Leo Loughrey, William Walker, Sanford Kahrmann, Milton Loewenthal, William Clancy, Paul Murphy, Robert Pinckert, James Herlihy
  • Back row: Ben Termine, Frank Land, Austin Fowler, John Sulger, Howard Washburn, Richard Kennedy, Herbert Friese
—From photo caption in Gerald Markowitz, Educating for Justice. New York: John Jay Press, 1990

Associated with

Leonard Reisman (is subject of)
Ben Termine (is subject of)
Donald H. Riddle (is subject of)
Bernice Kamsler (is subject of)
Lorraine Colville (is subject of)
John Downer (is subject of)
Bernard Locke (is subject of)
Marcia Yarmus (is subject of)
Carmella Barbuto Griffin (is subject of)
Alexander Smith (is subject of)
Arthur Wallace (is subject of)
Lawrence Kaplan (is subject of)
Milton Shafer (is subject of)
Alexander Joseph (is subject of)
Stanford Gwilliam (is subject of)
Kenneth Polletti (is subject of)
William Stahl (is subject of)
Leo Loughrey (is subject of)
William Walker (is subject of)
Sanford Kahrmann (is subject of)
Milton Loewenthal (is subject of)
William Clancy (is subject of)
Paul Murphy (is subject of)
Robert Pinckert (is subject of)
James Herlihy (is subject of)
Frank Land (is subject of)
Austin Fowler (is subject of)
John Sulger (is subject of)
Howard D. Washburn (is subject of)
Richard Kennedy (is subject of)
Herbert Friese (is subject of)


1965 (created)

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