Homer Crotty Papers
Scope and Contents of the Collection
The collection consists of a few papers that hold information about international law and intercultural education. It pulls from conference and bureau materials.
- Crotty, Homer D. (Creator, Person)
Language of Materials
Languages represented in collection: English.
Collection open for research.
All requests for permission to reproduce or to publish must be submitted in writing to Special Collections.
Biography / Administrative History
Homer D. Crotty was born on March 15, 1899 in Oakland, California. He attended the University of California and received a BA in 1920 and JD in 1922. In 1923 he received a Master of Laws degree from Harvard Law School. That same year he was hired as an associate attorney by Gibson, Dunn, and Crutcher in Los Angeles, and in 1931 became a senior partner. During the 1930s-1960s Crotty was a library donor and Claremont Colleges trustee. His wife, Ida Hull Lloyd Crotty (1910 - 2000), served as a board member of the Honnold Library at the Claremont Colleges. Homer Crotty died on March 29, 1972.
0.2 Linear Feet (1 half-size document box)
This collection includes Homer Crotty papers that hold information about the progressive development of international law and intercultural education.
Organization and Arrangement
Materials retain their original folder titles and organization.
Please consult repository.
No additions to the collection are anticipated.
This collection was minimally processed to facilitate access. Materials are in their original folders and retain their original folder titles and organization. Front matter written by Katalina Peterson, Scripps College in May 2020. Collection processed by Special Collections staff.
- Homer Crotty Papers
- In Progress
- Katalina Peterson
- 2020 May
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