Grenville Clark

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Grenville Clark (November 5, 1882 – January 13, 1967) cowrote the book World Peace Through World Law. A Wall Street lawyer, he was elected to the corporation that governs Harvard University in 1931.[1] He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by numerous people, from 1959 to 1964.[2]

As a member of the Military Training Camps Association, a World War I veterans' group, Clark authored the Burke-Wadsworth Bill.

He was honored by the US Postal Service with a 39¢ Great Americans series (1980-2000) postage stamp.


  1. ^ Hill, 2014
  2. ^ Nomination Database on Grenville Clark

Further reading[edit]

  • Hill, Nancy Peterson. A Very Private Public Citizen: The Life of Grenville Clark (University of Missouri Press, 2014) xviii, 270 pp.
  • Keim, Albert N. The CPS Story, p. 18, Good Books, 1990. ISBN 1-56148-002-9