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Contains materials related to the creation of Cambridge Tenants' Union and the organization's involvement in promoting rent control and other housing issues in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Papers Relating to Admission to the Bar in the U.S. and Canada
Papers of staff member, Alfred Z. Reed, relating to Admission to the Bar in the U.S. and Canada, Harvard Law School Library.
The Cecil F. Poole papers contain a wide swath of personal and professional material from Poole’s earliest career in the U.S. Army Air Corps and the Price Administration to his appointment as Judge for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. The entire collection spans from 1935 until Poole’s death in 1997 and primarily consists of correspondence, memoranda, case files, personnel files, newspaper and magazine clippings, speeches, photographs, date books and personal ephemera.
This collection contains the diaries of Charles Benjamin Barnes (1868-1956), attorney, lecturer and civic leader. Entries are detailed, describing Barnes' law practice, club membership, and social engagements.
This collection chronicles Davis's work with Russian refugees and orphans displaced by the Russian Revolution. Davis was director of the American Red Cross' South Eastern Base from 1920-1922. During this period he worked in Constantinople and Symrna Turkey, as well as Lemnos, Greece.
Papers relating to Charles C. Burlingham's personal and professional affairs, cultural affairs in New York City, efforts on behalf of civic and judicial reform, alumni activities with Harvard College and Columbia University Law School, espousal of civil liberties causes, and work on behalf of the Episcopal Church.
The materials in this collection primarily consist of annotated docket books used by Charles Doe, justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court from 1859-1874 and chief justice from 1876 until his death in 1896.
Chiefly personal and professional correspondence together with legal briefs, memos, and other types of legal documents. Correspondence concerns Wyzanski's professional and personal life, national matters, and Harvard affairs.
Charles J. Ogletree, Jr. papers Digital
Assorted material that document Charles Ogletree, Jr.’s career as a Harvard Law School professor, author, and legal theorist from 1970-2005.
Please see the following document for access to the collection's digital content:
Master document (provides access to digital content)
Records of the trial between the proprietors of the Charles River Bridge and the proprietors of the Warren Bridge, heard before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, 1828. In this famous case, the plaintiff claimed that the Warren Bridge charter impaired the obligation of the state’s earlier contract, and was therefore unconstitutional.
Includes letters from Sumner to Charles C. Convers and Horace Gray, a letter from Francis Lieber, a page of manuscript mounted beneath a portrait of Sumner, and 19 letters to Mittermaier (photocopies).
This collection is made up of nine volumes entitled U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission: Briefs in cases involving statutes administered by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Papers include background material for Ferguson's Seminar on Human Rights; material relating to his mission to Biafra, his ambassadorship to Uganda; material relating to Overseas Development Council, U.N. Assembly.
The bulk of the photographs date from the period 1969 to 1983, beginning from the time Ferguson was appointed Special Coordinator of Relief to the Civilian Victims of the Nigerian Civil War. There are several miscellaneous items (11-6), including an example of African (Nigerian?) embroidery.
Papers relating to David Charny's teaching and research, primarily as a faculty member of Harvard Law School (1984-2000).
Professional papers created and assembled by David Farquhar Cavers from 1932-1988, documenting his work at both the Duke and Harvard Law Schools. The collection includes correspondence, teaching files, subject files, and material related to his work for Walter E. Meyer Research Institute.
Copies of materials used in the 1988 academic year for the Legal Methods program, a first year requirement at the Harvard Law School.
Reports, memos, briefs and correspondence relating to the government of Liberia's Concessions Policy.
This collection includes materials relating to alien property control in the U.S., and in Belgium, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Luxemburg, and Netherlands, before, during and after World War II, with some material on controls during and after World War I.
This collection documents the professional career of David Westfall while a professor at the Harvard Law School. The collection consists almost entirely of his teaching and research materials, including syllabi and course material, exams, research notes, articles, and case reports.
Contains the case files of the Boston maritime law firm of Dodge and Dodge. Cases relate mainly to suits filed to recover for damages caused by collisions of ships at sea or in harbor. Issues of law focus on rules of shipping, especially the Rules of 1864 (Rev. Stats. of the U.S. Sec. 4233, Rule 16) and the 1885 Revised International Rules and Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea (Article 14).