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Mar 24, 2016 ... Controversy erupted this year over Harvard Law School's seal, which featured the crest of the once-slaveholding Royall family. But long before the current firestorm, the story of Isaac Royall, Jr. quietly lived on in his former Massachusetts house—now a museum—and his surviving descendants, who caution ...
But starting in 1960, Crest would dominate toothpaste sales for thirty years. What changed? P&G spent big to make Crest a therapeutic as well as a cosmetic product, and the endorsement of the American Dental Association shot Crest into orbit. This excerpt comes from a broader look in Harvard Business School's Business ...
Dec 2, 2015 ... Part of the seal comes from the family crest of Isaac Royall, Jr., a slave owner who played a key role in founding Harvard Law School.
Dec 1, 2015 ... The announcement comes two weeks after vandalism at the law school that's being investigated as a hate crime.
Royall's bequest was visibly commemorated for many decades in the Harvard Law School's seal. In 1937, the Harvard Corporation authorized the Law School to adopt for its seal a design, developed for the university's tercentenary the preceding year, based on the Royall family crest. The seal, modeled after Isaac Royall ...
Oct 11, 2011 ... Yesterday our pastor shared with the congregation an interesting story about Harvard University's seal and motto. The original motto, “Truth (Veritas) for Christ (Christo) and the Church (Ecclesiae),” was adopted in 1692 and was a part of their original seal as seen below (in Latin):. Original Harvard seal.
Mar 5, 2016 ... Yesterday, the dean of Harvard Law School endorsed a recommendation to change the school's official shield because it contains the crest of Isaac Royall, a slave owner whose endowment of land helped establish the school. The recommendation came from a committee appointed by the dean, but it was ...