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Reeve, Tapping, 1744-1823



  • Existence: 1744 - 1823


American lawyer, judge, and law educator.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

John L. De Forest papers

Call Number: GEN MSS 885
Abstract: The John L. De Forest Papers contain forty volumes of typescript diaries, 1935-2000, many with newspaper clippings and other related materials laid in. Diaries include entries relating to jazz musician and family friend Benny Goodman; Yiddish author Sholem Asch, for whom De Forest worked as a secretary in the 1940s; political associate John Davis Lodge, governor of Connecticut, 1951-1955; and Dutch historian and journalist Hendrik Willem Van Loon. The collection also includes typescript...
Dates: 1875-2000, bulk 1934-2000

List of subscribers forThe Law of Baron and Femme, of Parent and Child, of Guardian and Ward, of Master and Servant, and of the Powers of the Courts of Chancery, [ca. 1816]

 Part of Collection — Box 71: [Barcode: 39002137225463], Folder: GROUP 2830, F-1
Call Number: GEN MSS MISC
Scope and Contents:

Printed form with signatures of subscribers.

Dates: [ca. 1816]

Park family papers

Call Number: MS 384
Abstract: The Park family papers are composed of correspondence and other papers of Park family members and of correspondence and other documents collected and preserved by Park family members for their autograph or historical value. The papers include six volumes of mounted autograph items as well as unbound documents of American and European authors, scientists, military leaders, statesmen, and clergymen. The papers include a large collection of documents relating to the history, faculty, and...
Dates: 1701-1929

Reeve family papers

Call Number: MS 686

Correspondence of Tapping Reeve, jurist, author, and teacher of law, and of his wife, Sarah Burr Reeve, sister of Aaron Burr (1756-1836). Correspondents include Joel Barlow, Aaron Burr, Peter Colt, Jonathan Edwards, Pierpont Edwards, Timothy Edwards, and John Cotton Smith. The letters relate to both family and business affairs.

Dates: 1766-1813