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Julian P. Boyd

AKA Julian Parks Boyd

Born: 3-Nov-1903
Birthplace: Converse, SC
Died: 21-May-1980 [1]
Location of death: Princeton, NJ
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Historian

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Princeton University Librarian, 1940-52


[1] Jan Onofrio, South Carolina Biographical Dictionary (2000).

Father: Robert Jay Boyd
Mother: Melona Parks
Wife: Grace Wiggins Welch (m. 1927, until his death, one son)
Son: Kenneth M. Boyd

    University: BA, Duke University (1925)
    University: MA Political Science, Duke University (1926)
    University: University of Pennsylvania (graduate study)
    Professor: Princeton University (1952-)

    Princeton University Librarian (1940-52)
    Historical Society of Pennsylvania Librarian (1934-40)
    New York State Historical Association Director (1932-34)
    Wyoming (Pennsylvania) Historical and Geological Society Editor (1928-32)
 
    American Civil Liberties Union
    American Historical Association President (1964)
    American Philosophical Society President (1973-76)
    Institute for Advanced Study Trustee
    Institute of Early American History
    Society of American Archivists

Author of books:
Anglo-American Union: Joseph Galloway's Plans to Preserve the British Empire, 1774-1788 (1941, history)
The Declaration of Independence: The Evolution of the Text as Shown in Facsimiles of Various Drafts by Its Author, Thomas Jefferson (1943, history)
The Murder of George Wythe: Two Essays (1955, history)
Number 7: Alexander Hamilton's Secret Attempts to Control American Foreign Policy (1964, international affairs)


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