New Jersey Historical Society
This collection consists of one notebook of lecture notes, taken by Richard Wayne Stites while he was studying law at the Litchfield Law School of Litchfield, Connecticut. He is listed as attending and graduating the school in 1722, although it is not known if the notes date from previous years (it appears that the program was only one year in duration). The notebook originally existed as loose sheets, but these were later bound together, with an index to each section, perhaps by Stites himself, although this too not known
New Jersey Historical Society
The Hornblower Family papers date from 1725 to 1953, with bulk dates of 1804-1860. The collection traces the family through three generations and consist largely of the papers of Josiah Hornblower (1729-1809); his son, Joseph C. Hornblower (1777-1864); and the latter's son, William H. Hornblower (1820-1883). The collection consists of correspondence, court documents, dockets, certificates, indentures, surveys, survey maps, estate papers, pamphlets, sermons, newspaper clippings, and genealogical research into the Hornblower, Burnet, and Butler families
New Jersey Historical Society
These papers consist of an undated legal notebook apparently used by David B. Ogden and possibly two other individuals. The volume contains notes on legal terms and actions. Inserted into the volume is a loose letter from 1844 written by David B. Ogden to John I. Young pertaining to Ogden's presence at a Whig meeting in Pompton Plains, New Jersey
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
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
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
Cornell University Libraries
Two tapes and a 64 page transcript of an interview by Joseph Leeming (Editorial Services, Public Information) with Robinson, January 11, 1971
Cornell University Libraries
Collection includes student papers from the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Law School; lecture notes, passports, and correspondence (including a chart of Chinese kinship nomenclature and law diagrammed by a student) from Thompson's tenure at Pei Yang University in Tientsin, China; correspondence and other papers relationg to the Cornell University Law School, with letters from former students, some of whom were serving in the Armed Forces in World War II; correspondence, bills, and legal papers relating to a textbook on contract law on which he collaborated with Professor Samuel Williston; papers and articles by Thompson, including "Introductory Lectures in Procedure," 1934; personal correspondence, and correspondence about Indian relics which Thompson collected and cases involving Indian land claims. Also, diplomas and certificates
Yale University - Lillian Goldman Library at the Yale Law School
Harvard University Law School - Historical and Special Collections
Contains notes of lectures given by Gould on municipal law, husband and wife, parent and child, and master and servant


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