- 1923 - 1972
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Extent68 linear feet (98 boxes); (19 Paige boxes)
Nieman fellowships are awarded by Harvard University to professional journalists for a one year's study at Harvard covering broad or specific subjects of their choice. These fellowships were created under a bequest by Agnes Wahl Nieman "to promote and elevate standards of journalism"; her husband, Lucius W. Nieman, had founded the Milwaukee Journal.
This Series includes memoranda and outlines announcing topics which were to be discussed by the Nieman Fellows as a group with Harvard Law School faculty members. AES was a member of the Harvard Law School Committee which arranged these meetings. Period covered is 1951 to 1966.
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Harvard Law School Library's Historical & Special Collections (HSC) collects, preserves, and makes available research materials for the study of the law and legal history. HSC holds over 8,000 linear feet of manuscripts, over 100,000 rare books, and more than 70,000 visual images.
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