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Lawyer , university professor

John Francis Sullivan, American lawyer, university professor. Member American Association College Instruction, Bar State of New York, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Spinx Democrat.; Club: Accountants of America.

Background

Sullivan, John Francis was born on December 8, 1900 in Baldwinsville, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Harry Francis and Nora M. (Courtney) Sullivan.

Education

Bachelor of Commercial Science, New York University, 1922, Bachelor of Laws, 1926.

Career

Accounting, New York University, 1922-1927, assistant professor, 1927-1932, associate professor, 1932-1944, professor accounting since 1943. Admitted to New York State bar, 1930 and since practiced in New York City. Chairman Board of Athletic Control, New York University, since 1948.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Legal Aspects of Fiduciary Accounting, 1927. Estate Administration and Accounting (with C. J. Dodge), 1935. Estate Administration and Accounting (professional edit.) (with C. J. Dodge), 1940.

      Estate Administration and Accounting (student edit.) (with C. J. Dodge), 1940.

Membership

Member American Association College Instruction, Bar State of New York, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Sigma, Spinx Democrat. Club: Accountants of America.

Connections

Married Margaret J. Dwyer, June 7, 1924. Children: Jeanne T., John F. Instructor.

father:
Harry Francis Sullivan

mother:
Nora M. (Courtney) Sullivan

spouse:
Margaret J. Dwyer

children:
Jeanne T. Sullivan

John F. Instr Sullivan