Grant Gilmore papers
Mainly manuscripts of miscellaneous writings of Grant Gilmore, student papers, and his research for vol. III of the Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. biography begun by Mark DeWolfe Howe (vol. I and II).
- 1882 - 1981
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Notes, bibliographies, copies of reported opinions, copies of student papers, transcripts, copies of lectures and correspondence. Mainly manuscripts of miscellaneous writings of Grant Gilmore, student papers, and his research for vol. III of the Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. biography begun by Mark DeWolfe Howe (vol. I and II).
Grant Gilmore, 1910-1982 law professor.
Yale, A.B. 1931, Ph.D. 1936, LL.B. 1942.
Practiced law in N.Y., 1942-1944.
Prof. Yale, 1946-1965;
Prof. Chicago, 1965-1973;
Sterling Prof. Yale, 1973-1978;
Prof. Vermont, 1978-1982.
Author of Death of Contract and other works.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers of Grant Gilmore were donated to the Law School by his wife, Dr. Helen R. Gilmore, December 29, 1982.
- Gilmore, Grant. Papers, 1882-1981: Finding Aid.
- Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, MA 02138
- Language of description
- EAD ID
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