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Mortimer C. Caplin Collection

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Identifier: MSS -04-5
Scope and Contents This collection reflects Mortimer M. Caplin's life during his years as a student at the University of Virginia and as Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. It consists primarily of awards, photographs, certificates, articles, interviews, and newspaper clippings.

Papers of Judge Richard L. Williams

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Identifier: MSS -2011-01
Scope and Contents The Papers of Judge Richard L. Williams (85 archival boxes, 34 linear ft.) were donated to the Law School in December of 2011. The documents portray his tenure as a Judge in the Eastern District of Virginia. There are also some personal documents that give us a glance of his personal life. The papers maintained their original organization: Chambers Manuals and Jury Instructions – Sample documents used in Judge Williams' chambers.Chrono Files – 1988–2010: We...

Robert H. Knight Collection

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Identifier: MSS -2018-04
Scope and Contents This collection of miscellanous materials contains some correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs. It consists of 2 archival boxes (.75 linear feet), plus 3 oversized items.

Steve Hopson Law School Memorabilia Collection

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Identifier: MSS -2013-03
Scope and Contents Steve Hopson, Assistant Dean for Career Services and Senior Career Services Counselor, donated a collection of University of Virginia Final Exercises and Law School Commencement Exercises, and photographs of graduations.

The programs were merged with the ones given to Special Collections by Career Services in 2012 [See: RG315 – 2012]

The George M. Marks (Law Class of 1876) Memorabilia Collection

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Identifier: MSS-2018-02
Scope and Contents This small collection consists of lithoprinted copies of the Lectures of professor John B. Minor on “Personal Property” and “Remedies, including Pleading and Practice”, and a top hat. The six original bound lectures and hat belonged to George H. Marks, of Montgomery, Alabama, Class of 1876, who attended the School of Common and Statute Law at the University of Virginia. The collection was donated by his great granddaughter, Ms. Eugenia McCoy, on June of 2018.

The Papers of A. E. Dick Howard

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Identifier: MSS -2013-01
Scope and Contents The Papers of A. E. Dick Howard reflect his academic and professional endeavors. The archives have received five installments of papers from Professor Howard, plus an entire collection: The Papers of A. E. Dick Howard for the Virginia Commission for Constitutional Revision, received in 1981, MSS 81-4. Papers related to the nomination of Judge Robert Bork to the Supreme Court: these files consist of some reports and statements in relation to the nomination of Judge Robert H. Bork to the...

The Papers of David Nelson Sutton

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Identifier: MSS -04-3
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT The David Nelson Sutton Papers are comprised of 2 archival boxes (.7 linear feet). They consist of handwritten notes taken while attending the University of Virginia Department of Law, and some printed materials that relate to his classes. There are two folders that document his nomination to the presidency of the Virginia State Bar Association in 1948, and his nomination as a member of the House of Delegates at the 75th meeting of the American Bar...

The Papers of Ernest L. Folk III

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Identifier: MSS-90-2
Scope and Contents COLLECTION DESCRIPTION & ARRANGEMENT The Folk collection is comprised of three cartons of professional correspondence; working files concerning consulting work; drafts, notes, etc., for articles; and a few folders regarding his home in Ivy. There is one carton of assorted teaching materials concerning law and the arts.

The Papers of Judge Thomas C. Gordon, Jr

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Identifier: MSS -04-1
Scope and Contents This collection contains notebooks, memoranda and correspondence with between Judge Gordon and the University of Virginia School of Law, the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia, the Virginia Law Review and the law firm of McGuire Woods. The use of language is a recurrent topic in this collection. There are extensive articles and newspaper clippings about the use of plain English and legal writing, as well as a collection of Gordon's speeches and notes.

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