Honnold on Honnold: An Oral History Interview with Professor John Honnold
The Penn Law community was saddened to learn of the recent passing of Professor John O. Honnold, Jr., a preeminent figure in international law who taught at the Law School from 1946 until his retirement in 1984. Given Professor Honnold's stature in the legal community, there have been many tributes accorded to him, including those found in the Philadelphia Inquirer and our own Communications Department.
The Biddle Law Library Archives also has items of interest for those who would like to learn more about Professor Honnold. Last year, we processed a collection of John Honnold's papers, information which can be found here. And in conjunction with an exhibit currently on display in the Biddle Law Library's main reference area, below is an oral history recorded in 2000, where Professor Honnold was interviewed as part of the Penn Law School Legal Oral History Project. For more information about access to these and other materials related to the life of Professor John Honnold, please contact the Archives.