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The Library of International Relations collection contains records dating from 1933 to 2002 and fills 33 document boxes and 2 flat boxes, arranged chronologically. The extensive collection of papers date primarily from the 1980s and 1990s, although papers exist outside of those decades. The substantial part of the collection is made up of Consular Ball records relating to planning of the event, also present are records of meeting minutes and member lists, and correspondence spans the entire collection. Financial records are also abundant, including extensive ledgers and balance sheets, annual and monthly statements, and early statements of stock ownership, as well as settlement records from the estate of Miss ReQua. Miscellaneous records include bylaws, details on fundraising campaigns and development efforts, various records related to acquisitions and collection development, and records related to installation of artwork into the Library
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This collection is arranged into three series, chronologically where possible. Records in Series I and II document applications to the Chicago-Kent College of Law and student applications for degrees. These records consist of application forms and letters to school administrators, the bulk consisting of records from 1900. A third series includes several “credit cards” used by student Levi R. Albaugh (Class of 1914) to receive transfer credits for courses completed at Valparaiso University Law School between the years 1911-1912
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The Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity collection consists of a book, 'Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, A History', published in 1968 and written by C. Raymond Judice, Supreme Historian and Robert F. Evans, Jr. The volume covers the formative years of the fraternity, the years during the first and second World Wars, and continues to 1968. The volume includes black and white photos of founding members and meeting locations, as well as member lists, chapter lists, and photos of famous and notable members of the fraternity
Chicago-Kent College of Law
The Records of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity consists of a book, 'Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, A History' published in 1968 and written by C. Raymond Judice, Supreme Historian and Robert F. Evans, Jr. The volume covers the formative years of the fraternity, the years during the first and second World Wars, and continues to 1968. The volume includes black and white photos of founding members and meeting locations, as well as member lists, chapter lists, and photos of famous and notable members of the fraternity
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The collection includes two issues of the Constitution and a small stack of blank barrister record forms
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Publications commissioned by Chicago-Kent College of Law between the years 1993-1997; actual run of print publications is unknown
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This collection contains student directories from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, non-continuous, produced between the years 1986 and 1994
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Student handbooks created by IIT Chicago-Kent and by various student organizations are arranged into two series, the first consisting of handbooks created by Chicago-Kent and the second including handbooks created by student organizations. The bulk of the collection spans the years 1982-1997
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The collection, arranged chronologically, spans the years 1917-1929, with no 1921 edition, which may not have been produced as the 1925 edition is labeled “Volume 8.” 1917 Copy 1 is a special edition, leather- bound, with gold leaf edges. 1925 Copy 1 belonged to Webster H. Burke, Dean (1903-1918), whose name is embossed with gold on the front cover. 1929 copy 6 belonged to freshman Hartman Schwartz, Phi Alpha Delta, and bears his signature on the front cover. Reference copies available: 1918-1919, 1920, 1922-1924, 1929
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The Walter L. Oblinger, Jr. Papers collection is arranged into 5 series, and contains records dating from 1935 to 1990 filling 13 document boxes and 1 flat box. A majority of the material is made up of notebooks from Oblinger’s law studies (and those of his wife’s studies). A large part of the collection is research and original clippings and photographs supporting the writing of Oblinger’s memoir. The collection also includes notebooks and binders from Oblinger’s law practice