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Extensive collection of professional, academic and legal papers mainly about Constitutional Law, International Law and Environmental Law.
Personal correspondence, photographs, memorabilia and a shotgun that belonged to Chief Justice Warren, 1951-1974.
Professional files that relate to labor management relations, and personal memorabilia.
Professional papers pertaining to labor law. This collection contains case files and annual reports from Public Review Board of the United Auto Workers (1971-1987); public employee rights; documents on the ILO and the United States S withdrawal from the organization; correspondence, miscellaneous files and published materials.
This collection of documents (1988-1995) reflects one of the earlier corporate and government efforts to prevent and reduce pollution. It contains data collection and analysis, projects, budgets, maps, correspondence, interviews, drafts, reports and photographs.
Collection of correspondence, programs, photographs and newspaper clippings of the Uruguayan Seminar (1960) and the Bolivian Seminar (1961) taught at the University of Virginia School of Law.
This collection (1940-1976) contains professional correspondence related to the Juvenile Court Project (1973) and juvenile courts; law and poverty; personal correspondence; some student papers and lecture notes.
Professional legal papers that document McFarland's work in administrative law at the Department of Justice, the Hoover Commission, the Virginia Administrative Procedure Act and as President of the University of Montana. There is correspondence, research materials, student notebooks and miscellaneous materials.
Collection of photographs and programs related to the Libel Show.
Collection of IMTFE memorabilia contains photographs, diagram of court room, facebook of Japanese defendants, newspaper clippings, insignias, lapel badges pins, WWII mounted ribbon bars and a cap.
The unidentied woman photograph (circa 1824; 0.03 cubic feet) was taken by a photography studio named Davis on Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia.
Two black and white photographs of the interior of the University of Virginia Newcomb Hall bookstore. One photograph may be of Eleanor (Joyner) Gibson who was a graduate of UVA and started the bookstore (1960's).