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The Robert A. Burt papers contain correspondence and class materials created and collected by Professor Robert A. Burt (LAW 64) during his tenure as Professor of Law at Yale Law School. These papers are directly related to his professional activities and do not contain personal papers. These papers span the years of 1974-2015.
The collection consists of a photograph, printed material, and gymnasium cards belonging to Julius Cohn (Yale Law School 1909). The collection documents Cohn's extracurricular activities while a student at Yale.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, course material, legal documents, and printed material that document Thomas Emerson's career as a lawyer and law professor. The papers emphasize Emerson's teaching, writing, and organizational activities during his career at the Yale Law School from 1946 to 1976.
The records consist of the constitution and minutes of the executive committee of the Yale Law School Association, the school's alumni association.
The records consist of a report titled, "Residential Lending in New Haven County."
Correspondence and financial and legal papers relating to Samuel Johnson Hitchcock's education at Yale College, teaching at Fairfield Academy, legal practice with Seth P. Staples, and legal instruction at his and Staples' private law school which was incorporated into the Yale Law School.
The records include organizational papers, correspondence, financial records, and topical files which document the founding of the Policy Sciences Center in 1948 and its activities over the next thirty years, primarily between 1968 and 1974.
The papers consist of the journals of William C. Robinson and his wife, Anna E. H. Robinson. Each volume records the daily thoughts and activities of the individuals while they lived and worked in New Haven, Connecticut. Both William and Anna Robinson were deeply religious and there is evidence of this throughout the journals.
The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, writings, printed material, newspaper clippings, photographs, and memorabilia documenting the professional and personal life of Eugene V. Rostow, Yale Law School professor and dean.
Correspondence, financial papers, photographs, and memorabilia chiefly relating to Smith's term as a special student at the Yale Law School (1905-1906). Also included are sixteen letters (1904-1906) written to him by his father.
The records consist of pictures documenting the construction of Sterling Law Buildings at Yale. Included are interior and exterior views.