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Manuscript of an attorney legal practice. Contains information about estates, money transactions, pensions, insurance.
Commonplace books with copies of promisory notes, receipts, indentures, affidavits, correspodence related to Frankland affairs.
Commission presented to Sir Anthony Babington in the Spring of 1944.
This collection of legal documents concerns Roger B. Taney’s law practice in Frederick, Maryland between 1805 and 1818. Of special note are the cases concerning enslaved people.
This collection of professional papers reflects Professor Alford's private legal practice and professorship at the UVA School of Law. There is correspondence, records and briefs, speeches and articles, and teaching materials on international law, legal history, trusts and estates, contracts, administrative law, economic warfare, insurance.
One volume ledger, 1874-1886.
One undated letter sent to Mr. Gilmer by Mr. Glasgow, both from the Law Class of 1878.
General Court of Virginia license to practice law.
The records chiefly contain legal correspondence, financial and legal documents and bound folio volumes from the law firm of Perkins and Perkins, consisting of George Perkins and his son, W. Allan Perkins, 1903-1916.
In addition, some legal correspondence and documents represent the service of George Perkins as attorney for the City of Charlottesville, 1904-1916. There is very little personal correspondence or documents in these records.
Attorney record book with list of names, and case entries.
Collection of ten volumes of printed briefs of Appellate Court cases in Virginia, 1895-1915.
Legal volumes containing estate records and court actions.
Accounts of cases.
Book of entries and expenses of an Ohio lawyer.
Attorney's legal document referencing cases in Pennsylvania