List of La Salle Extension University people
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This is a list of notable people who were enrolled or employed at La Salle Extension University in Chicago.
- Ray R. Allen (1920–2010), Finance director of Alexandria, Louisiana
- Harold Arthur (1904–1971), Governor of Vermont from 1950 to 1951 
- Maryam Babangida (1948–2009) Nigerian diplomat, wife of General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida
- Stephen Barrett (born 1933), American psychiatrist, author, co-founder of the National Council Against Health Fraud
- Madge Bradley (1904-2000), attorney and judge in San Diego, California
- Linwood Clark (1876–1965), U.S. Representative from Maryland
- General Bruce C. Clarke (1901–1988), Army commander-in-chief in Europe 
- Arthur Fletcher (1924–2005), government official known for affirmative action (Revised Philadelphia Plan), head of the United Negro College Fund 
- John Strickland Gibson (1893–1960), U.S. Representative from Georgia
- William Thomas Granahan (1895–1956), U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania 1945–47 and 1949–56 
- Frank Reed Horton (1896–1966), Alpha Phi Omega founder 
- Tom Huening (born 1942), American author, politician, and businessman
- Barry Melton (born 1947), guitarist (Country Joe and The Fish), criminal defense attorney.
- John Warwick Montgomery (born 1931), American lawyer, theologian and academic known for his work in the field of Christian Apologetics; Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought at Patrick Henry College.
- Jessie Menifield Rattley (1929–2001), first Black female president of the National League of Cities, and Chairperson of the Virginia Civil Rights Commission 
- Eurith D. Rivers (1895–1967), Georgia Governor from 1937 to 1941 
- Gertrude Elzora Durden Rush (1880–1962), first black woman admitted to the bar in Iowa 
- Arthur Shores (1904–1996), lawyer and civil rights advocate 
- Barney F. Spott (1898–1975), Wisconsin State Assemblyman
- Thelma Loyace Hawkins Stovall (1919–1994), Kentucky's first female Secretary of State, first female Lieutenant Governor, and female acting Governor 
- Willie A. Douglas At-Large Community Civil-Human Rights & Social Justice Advocate
- Craig Lyle Thomas (1933–2007), Wyoming Congressman (1989–1995) and Senator (1995–2007) 
- Stanley R. Tupper (1921–2006), U.S. Representative from Maine
- Kenneth Walker (1898–1943), U.S. Army Air Forces general, awarded the Medal of Honor
Instructors and administrators
- Jesse Grant Chapline (1870–1937), founder
- Hugo Münsterberg (1863–1916), psychologist and textbook author 
- Adlai E. Stevenson I (1835–1914), politician, taught at LaSalle Extension University in its business and law programs.
- Baton Rouge Morning Advocate, April 9, 2010
- John J. Duffy, Samuel B. Hand, Ralph H. Orth (2003). The Vermont encyclopedia. UPNE, ISBN 978-1-58465-086-7
- Military Government Association (1958). Military government journal, Volume 10.
- Holley, Joe (July 14, 2005). Affirmative Action Pioneer Advised GOP Presidents. Washington Post
- John Strickland Gibson biography via Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
- U.S. Govt. Print. Off. (1957). Memorial addresses delivered in Congress. 85th Cong., 1st sess.
- Frank Horton bio via Alpha Phi Omega
- Cornell University Legal Information Institute: Barry Melton
- "JWM's WEB SITE". Retrieved 10 September 2012.
- Doris Funnye Innis, Juliana Wu, Joyce Duren (1976). Profiles in Black: biographical sketches of 100 living Black unsung heroes. CORE Publications, ISBN 978-0-917354-01-4
- Georgia Dept. of Archives and History (1925). Georgia's official register. Longino and Porter
- J. Clay Smith, Jr., Thurgood Marshall (1999). Emancipation: The Making of the Black Lawyer, 1844–1944. University of Pennsylvania Press, ISBN 978-0-8122-1685-1
- Pace, Eric (December 18, 1996). Arthur D. Shores, 92, Lawyer And Advocate for Civil Rights. New York Times
- Kleber, John E., ed. "The Kentucky Encyclopedia", (Lexington, 1992).
- Kevin Merida and Kenneth J. Cooper (September 25, 1994). A Matter of Degrees. Washington Post
- Münsterberg, Hugo (1922). Business psychology. La Salle Extension University
- Staff report (March 2, 1909). Stevenson to Quit Law; Former Vice President Will Aid La Salle Extension University. New York Times