Mr. Glen How 1998, 237 pages
Documenting the life and career of William Glen How (b. 1919), a lawyer in Toronto who specialized in legal work involving his relgion, Jehovah's Witness. Interview topics include: being a Jehovah's Witness; University of Toronto; Osgood Hall Law School; lifting ban on Jehovah's Witnesses; Roncarelli case; selected cases relating to blood transfusions; other selected cases. Interviewer is unknown. File includes nine audio cassettes from a series of four interviews and a transcript with index (236 p.).
Number of pages: 237
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