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The Vurpillat Era 1918–1923, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C. Jan 1969

The Vurpillat Era 1918–1923, In A Century Of Law At Notre Dame, Philip S. Moore C.S.C.

1918–1923: Francis J. Vurpillat

The Vurpillat Era 1918–1923 describes six criticisms leveled at the law school by Vurpillat, his subsequent efforts to make changes as its dean, and ultimately his dismissal from the University.


The Alumni, University Of Notre Dame Oct 1923

The Alumni, University Of Notre Dame

1918–1923: Francis J. Vurpillat

Dean Vurpillat accepts a new position as an assistant to the corporation counsel of the city Chicago, Illinois.


Index Of Early Notre Dame Faculty, University Of Notre Dame Jan 1916

Index Of Early Notre Dame Faculty, University Of Notre Dame

1918–1923: Francis J. Vurpillat

Search results for "Vurpillat" from the University of Notre Dame Archives.

The index is a transcription of various official faculty and administrator lists found in the Notre Dame Annual Catalogue and Bulletin of Study. Each entry includes a standardized form of the individual’s name, the name exactly as it appeared in the original text, the date and page number of the original listing, and the person’s department and position. Some entries contain additional notes or a notice that more information (usually about schools and degrees) is included in the source document. Absence of such a note means that ...


Index To Early Notre Dame Students, University Of Notre Dame Jan 1888

Index To Early Notre Dame Students, University Of Notre Dame

1918–1923: Francis J. Vurpillat

Search results for "Vurpillat" from the University of Notre Dame Archives.

The index is composed of (1) a complete transcription of all the official lists of students in each Notre Dame Annual Catalogue and Bulletin of Studies published through 1911/12 and (2) citations to the names of students that appear in the chronological record of registrations (the “Day Books”) from 1864/65 through 1909/1.