Harvard-Brandeis Cooperative Research on Israel's Legal Development records
Scope and Contents
- 1940 - 1961
Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Use
In 1956, Harvard announced that Brandeis University would become involved with the program. The name of the program was changed to Harvard-Brandeis Cooperative Research n Israel’s Legal Development. The program was reorganized and effectively ended in 1958, as another project was developed that created a closer connection between Harvard and the Hebrew University.
- Series I: Alphabetical files, 1940-1959 1940-1959
This Series containscorrespondence, pamphlets, and receipts related to the project.Material is arranged alphabetically by folder title.
- Series II: Legislative and financialfiles, 1951-1959 1951-1959 TheSubseries A and C to H contain correspondence, notes, and articlesrelated to research on possible legislation. Subseries B, I, and Jcontain correspondence, receipts, and vouchers regarding thefinancial matters of the project.
- ___ SubseriesA: Correspondence
- ___ Subseries B: Fund Drive
- ___Subseries C: Miscellaneous Draft Bills
- ___Subseries D: Draft Companies Bill
- ___Subseries E: Draft Criminal ProcedureBill
- ___Subseries F: Draft FamilyBill
- ___Subseries G: SuccessionBill
- ___Subseries H: Legislation inProgress
- ___Subseries I: Gifts
- ___Subseries J: Vouchers
- SeriesIII: Red Set Materials, 1952-1961 1952-1961
Drafts of theproposed bills and minutes of meetings concerning them.
This material was transferred to the Red Set SmallManuscript Collection, Hollis number 4180940.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Harvard-Brandeis Cooperative Research on Israel's Legal Development. Records, 1940-1961: Finding Aid
- Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, MA 02138
- EAD ID
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