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by Leddy,Sr. George A. McMahon

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Personal Name: Leddy, J. Francis (John Francis), 1911-1998. Corporate Name: University of Windsor Presidents Biography.

Personal Name: Leddy, J. Publication, Distribution, et. Windsor, ON. Walkerville Pu. (c)2005-. Physical Description: v. <1 : ill. ;, 28 cm. Personal Name: Leddy, J. Personal Name: McMahon, George . 1933-. Rubrics: College presidents Ontario Windor Biography.

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John Francis Leddy, OC (April 16, 1911 – September 17, 1998) was a Canadian academic and President of the University of Windsor from 1964 to 1978.

John Francis Leddy, OC (April 16, 1911 – September 17, 1998) was a Canadian academic and President of the University of Windsor from 1964 to 1978. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, he received a . in honours Latin and French from the University of Saskatchewan in 1930 and an . in Latin from the University of Saskatchewan in 1931.

Dr In 2005, George also published the first volume of the Personal Papers of Dr. Francis Leddy, President, University of Windsor 1964-1978.

George McMahon, Sr. has published three books on the history of Assumption: The Dean’s Story: Memoirs of Rev. N. Ruth, . Pure Zeal, History of Assumption College 1870-1946 and Rev. E. C. LeBel, . and the Creation of the University of Windsor 1946-1964. In 2005, George also published the first volume of the Personal Papers of Dr.

Published 1964 in . Written in English. Initial record created, from University of Toronto MARC record.

George Mason was the oldest of that brilliant group of gentlemen radicals from Virginia who provided much of the intellectual structure of the war for American independence and the constitution that . This is Volume I of three volumes.

George Mason was the oldest of that brilliant group of gentlemen radicals from Virginia who provided much of the intellectual structure of the war for American independence and the constitution that set the young republic on its way. His thinking soared farther from the parochial than any of his great contemporaries, and his greatest monument is the Virginia Declaration of Rights. Series: Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American Histo (Book 1). Paperback: 612 pages

Any senior high school teacher or university lecturer knows the value of sending students to primary sources. Most such teachers also face the intractable problems of survey courses and restricted library facilities.

Any senior high school teacher or university lecturer knows the value of sending students to primary sources. It is true that with very small classes, intensive courses, and very good libraries it is both possible and desirable for students to uncover primary sources for themselves. For most students, however, because of the breadth of their courses or the paucity of their library holdings, this ideal is never reached. It is primarily to these students that this volume is addressed.

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