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- Yale University 5
- Yale Law School 4
- Bittker, Boris I., 1916-2005 1
- Brewster, Kingman, Jr., 1919-1988 1
- Brewster, Mary Louise Phillips 1
- Callahan, Charles C. 1
- Columbia University. School of Law 1
- Fairfield Academy (Fairfield, Conn.) 1
- Harvard Law School 1
- Hitchcock, Samuel J. (Samuel Johnson), 1786-1845 1
- Lipson, Leon 1
- Moore, Wm. Underhill (William Underhill), 1879-1949 1
- Moser, Theodore P. 1
- Staples, Seth Perkins, 1776-1861 1
- Underhill, Abraham 1
- Yale University. Institute of Human Relations 1 ∧ less
Call Number: MS 1869
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence, legal pleadings, memoranda, newspaper clippings, reports, subject files, and writings that document Boris I. Bittker's career as a professor at Yale Law School from 1946 to 2006. In addition to voluminous materials relating to taxation, the papers also include correspondence and subject files relating to Bittker's book, Case for Black Reparations (1973), and a small amount of materials relating to his role in the...
Dates: 1938-2006, bulk 1959-1986
Call Number: MS 572
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, teaching and research materials, speeches, interviews, photographs, and printed material documenting the career of Kingman Brewster Jr.
Dates: 1866-2008, bulk 1950-1988
Call Number: MS 1184
Overview: 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.
Dates: 1762-1845, bulk 1805-1845
Call Number: MS 2019
Overview: The papers consist of research notes, primarily on Soviet law but also including contract, business and international law, and two articles written by Lipson. There are also notes and correspondence relating to the case of Craig Whitney and Hal Piper, two American reporters working in the Soviet Union in the 1970s who were convicted of libeling Soviet television.
Call Number: MS 356
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence, course materials, diaries, legal documents, printed material, reports, subject files, and writings that document Underhill Moore's career as a law professor and his personal life. The papers emphasize Moore's teaching, writing, and involvement with Columbia Law School, Yale Law School, and the Institute of Human Relations at Yale University from 1924 to 1943. The papers also contain materials relating to Dr. William O. Moore and the Abraham Underhill estate.
Dates: 1870-1948, bulk 1925-1943
Call Number: RU 449
Overview: The records consist of correspondence, subject files, finance records, lists, certificates, and miscellaneous papers documenting the activities and operations of the Yale Law School. Topics include admissions, legal societies and associations, publications and journals, bar examinations, commencement, curriculum, faculty, scholarships, and student affairs.