Litchfield Historical Society
Woodruff's law career is extensively represented in his business correspondence with clients concerning suits in progress and with other law professionals, his law school notebooks, and his notes on pending lawsuits. Materials documenting his postal service include letters sent to Woodruff in his capacity as postmaster such as correspondence with other postmasters concerning mail schedules and misdirected letters, correspondence with individuals from other towns seeking information about Litchfield residents, reporting suspicious activities, and asking for assistance. Woodruff's extensive family correspondence reflects his personal life, especially in letters to and from brothers Lewis B. Woodruff, a lawyer in New York and Reuben M. Woodruff, a physician, recording their efforts to establish their careers, travels, and family and social news. Collection also includes Woodruff's personal papers, tracing his interest in genealogical research, the history of Litchfield, and his ... Read More
American Jewish Archives
Collection consisting of business and personal correspondence, newsclippings, photographs, and miscellaneous items; together with manuscript copy and research notes for The Forging of an American Jew: the Life and Times of Judge Julian W. Mack, by Harry Barnard. Includes material relating to Judge Mack's involvement with the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, and zionist organizations
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
This collection includes material relating to the personal and professional activities of Edward and Elizabeth Dwyer, and also includes some material relating to their children, Nancy and John, Elizabeth's parents, Helen and William McLachlan, as well as genealogical material and photographs. Series 1 contains personal correspondence, educational history, and documents relating to Edward Dwyer's civic and cultural activities. Dwyer's professional activities are represented in Series 2, which also includes printed and legal materials pertaining to the companies and associations with which he was affiliated. Elizabeth Dwyer's materials include financial records, correspondence, documents relating to her civic and philanthropic activities, academic papers, employment records, and genealogical material. Also included is material related to both Edward and Elizabeth Dwyer, such as correspondence, legal documents, and materials relating to their extensive international travel. Series 5 ... Read More
Newberry Library
Milo Kendall was a Vermont native who settled in Princeton, Bureau County, Ill., in 1846 and practiced law there for over sixty years -- Papers include extensive records of Kendall's legal practice, family correspondence, and real estate records. Subjects covered include the American House Hotel in Princeton, Ill., the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company, the Illinois Grand Trunk Railway, and Kendall's personal opinion regarding Abraham Lincoln and General George Brinton McClellan
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Six volumes of notes taken by Frederick Jordan Ranlett as a student in Harvard Law School from 1881 to 1883. Exact semesters are undetermined
University of California, Berkeley
Includes correspondence, writings, and research materials, including computer files
Columbia University
The Telford Taylor Papers collect the work of Telford Taylor as a lawyer, legal scholar, writer, and historian. The documents include Taylor's work in Nuremberg with the International and Nuremberg Military Tribunals, his work within departments created by the New Deal, some of his legal case files (particularly on civil liberties cases), and other professional interests that Taylor had. The collection also contains Taylor's writings including drafts of his books, speeches, interviews, teaching materials, and much of the research behind these pursuits. The genre of materials includes official reports, correspondence, manuscripts, annotated texts and photographs. The collection also contains Taylor's research materials in the form of annotations, notes, and clippings
Columbia University
Correspondence and miscellaneous items of Keener. The correspondence dates primarily from the years 1894 and 1895, and concerns mostly admissions and other procedures of the Law School. There is one letter book of outgoing correspondence, 1891-1895. The collection includes cataloged letters from Nicholas Murray Butler, Melvil Dewey, Seth Low, and Edwin R.A. Seligman
University of Minnesota - Law Library
The collection consists of notes written by Benno Wolff for classes at the University of Minnesota Law School, along with some other class materials such as exams and case briefs
Rutgers University Libraries
The records in this collection represent those created and maintained by the Dean of the New Jersey Law School and the administrative offices of the Pre-legal Department from the founding of the Law School in 1908 through the school's merger with the University of Newark in 1936. The records consists of student records, personnel and faculty information, and financial ledgers and records. The collection does not contain records of Dana College nor the Seth Boyden School of Business. The collection also does not contain documentation relating to the operations of the University of Newark


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