The Papers of Marion K. Kellogg
Scope and Contents
The Papers of Marion Kellogg contain correspondence, programs, photographs, and clippings of the Uruguayan Seminar (January - March, 1960) as well as photographs from the Alumni Meeting (1966). Also in this collection are two binders of materials from the Uruguayan Seminar (1960) and the Bolivian Seminar (1961). Finally, there is one folder of correspondence with the ABA Committee on International Economic Organizations from 1966-1972. Some documents are in Spanish.
- Creation: 1960-1972
- Kellogg, Marion K., 1904-1989 (Person)
Biographical / Historical
A native of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Kellogg graduated from VMI in 1925. He received a law degree from Yale in 1928, and practiced law in New York for four years with the Cravath firm before establishing his own firm in Detroit, where he practiced from 1932-55. He also served four years in the Army, rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel. He joined the UVA faculty first as a lecturer in 1956 and taught international law, trade, and investment law, retiring in 1975 as a full professor. At that time, the Virginia Law Weekly noted, “Students remember his receptive, encouraging manner, and his willingness to give time to their instruction.” He served as the long-time advisor of the Virginia Journal of International Law. Kellogg was executive director of the Virginia Law Foundation from 1964 to 1973, during the critical fundraising period that preceded the Law School’s move to the North Grounds.
1 Cubic Feet (3 archival boxes)
Language of Materials
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.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was donated to the Law Library by Marion K. Kellogg and Larry B. Wenger.
This collection has documents in Spanish.
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