New Hampshire State Library- New Hampshire Automated Information System
Correspondence (1992), newspaper articles, newsletters (1993-1994), brochures (1995-2001), mailings, and printed matter relating to the Natural Law Party Correspondents include Hugh Gregg and John Hagelin. Also includes biographical information on various Natural Law Party political candidates and other printed matter from the Maharishi School of Management and the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy
The Santa Fe Big Mountain Defense Support Group is the most prominent theme in the collection. Law headed this group for twelve years, in the 1970s and 80s. The collection documents this group's efforts to repeal PL 93-531 via pamphlets, flyers, newspaper and magazine articles, newsletters, videos, press releases, letterwriting campaigns to Governor Bill Richardson and Congress, petitions, position papers, testimonies, informational packets, and fact sheets. Three folders of correspondence are included. The collection contains a small assortment of interviews conducted by Law, including her interview with documentary filmmaker Bahe Keediniihii. The files are organized alphabetically. Native American Issues and International Activism (outside of the Navajo-Hopi Relocation Act) documents traditional indigenous nations of the world coming together in support of Native American sovereignty, including the defense of the Western Shoshone as a nation and the International Indian Treaty ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection Overview The School of Law Reference Collection contains subject files pertaining to various topics particular to the School of Law; some subjects/formats include: admissions, clippings, first female law student, student produced publications, first year law classes, bulletins, reports, and curriculum. The collection begins in 1930 and is ongoing.
Collection contains professional correspondence (1944-1985); manuscripts (1946-1983); professional files including correspondence, reports, memoranda, maps, charts, photographs, slides, and tables (1937-1987); reference files (1922-1980); reports (1944-1985); speeches (1952-1977); appointment calendars and daily memoranda (1972-1976); a small amount of personal correspondence; and miscellaneous other materials. The research and professional files include materials on uranium exploration and deposits; phosphates; marine mineral resources and sea bed mining issues; law of the sea; energy development; and natural resources issues, including materials on Resources for the Future and the Club of Rome report "Limits to Growth.".
Scope and Contents note SERIES LIST Series I: Numbered files Series II: Files by Department Series III: Bequest files Series IV: Bridge files Series V: Contract related files Series VI: Real Estate files Series VII: Litigation files Series VIII: Boston City Hospital files Series IX: Boston Redevelopment Authority files Series X: William H. Kerr files Series XI: Legislation and Legislative history Series XII: Railroad files Series XIII: Miscellaneous Law Department files 1 Guide to the Law Depart ...
Scope and Contents Duplicated copies of Law on the Farm (1946-58, 1965-68) and Congress on the Farm (1960-62), consisting of digests of federal and state law pertaining to agriculture with interpretations. Law on the Farm, edited by Harold W. Hanna (1946-54), was issued weekly through the Extension Editorial Office. Congress on the Farm (1960-62) was a bi-weekly publication edited by members of thee Division of Agricultural Law. Supplementary issues were published as Recent Changes in Farm Laws (1953, 1957). The series includes Government in Agriculture fact sheets (1987- ).
The Sierra Club International Program Records document the activities and policies of one of the first organizations to be granted nongovernmental representative status at the United Nations. The records in this collection include correspondence, financial records, minutes, agendas, notes, policy statements, statements and testimony, slide/tape scripts, press releases, clippings, and fact sheets, which document the wide-ranging and effective efforts of the Club to influence international environmental policy. Important conservation organizations represented include the International Union on Conservation of Nature; the United Nations, particularly the U.N. Environmental Programme; the United States Agency for International Development; and the Law of the Seas Conference. International conservation issues include Antarctica, biological diversity, man and the biosphere, marine ecology, marine mammals, multi-lateral development banks, and rain forests
Correspondence, memos, and reports concerning International Women's Year, Chancellor's Award, college reorganization, state education law, Natural Resources Council, the Water Resources Center, and other administrative issues