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Small memorabilia collection with photographs of the 1936 graduation and of The Lawn.
Family photographs and memorabilia collection, 1895-1960.
This collection contains items that librarians and archivists have used while researching the history of the University of Virginia School of Law. These materials include unpublished essays, published historical articles, datasets, and research notes.
Collection of digital photographs of the Law Class of 1986
Collection of photographs of North Grounds taken before the 1995 renovation.
Collection of University of Virginia Law School memorabilia.
This resource consists of online media collections that the University of Virginia School of Law curated and disseminated online. They generally consist of news articles, videos, and sound recordings. These materials document the School of Law's wide-ranging work and provide evidence of how the School markets itself to the broader world.
The Papers of Clarence B. Pearce consist primarily of letters written by Pearce to his mother as well as photographs of Pearce and the University of Virginia grounds while Pearce was a law student (1917 - 1921). His college activities included participation in the debating society and service on the editorial board of Virgina Law Review.
Small collection of professional correspondence, UVA Law School memorabilia and personal diaries.
Collection of photographs and negatives (1969-1972) of UVA School of Law events including the UVA May Day protests of 1970.
This collection consists of materials that document the work of the State and Local Government Policy Clinic at the University of Virginia School of Law. These materials include websites and publications. The collection also contains items documenting the clinic's participation in major projects including the Commission to Examine Racial and Economic Inequality in Virginia Law (2019-2022).
Professional papers mainly related to public utilities and the American Bar Association; academic files related to his teaching at the University of Virginia School of Law and some personal files.