Frederick C. Hicks
"Publication no. 1 is issued also as pamphlet no. xxxix of the Committee on Historical Publications, Tercentenary Commission of the state of Connecticut."
Karl Nickerson Llewellyn
8 pages. ; 23 cm.
Karl Nickerson Llewellyn. The Writing of a case note. New Haven: Yale Law Journal, 1920.
Letters and newspaper clippings concerning Abraham Lincoln as counsel in two lawsuits brought against the Bridge Company of Davenport, Iowa
Charles H. Hubbell
Letters and newspaper clippings concerning Abraham Lincoln as counsel in two lawsuits brought against the Bridge Company of Davenport, Iowa.
An editorial "Lincoln and our bridge" and article "How George E. Hubbel[l] aided Abraham Lincoln" / George E. Hubbell, with author's portrait inset in text ; two clippings from Davenport democrat and leader, February 19, 1919 -- Typewritten letter to Yale law department, dated February 22, 1919, at Davenport, Iowa / signed by C.H. Hubbell, Yale 1884 ; enclosing the article written by his father, George E. Hubbell, a law student in Yale University in 1850 -- Typewritten copy of letter from Yale Law School in reply to C.H. Hubbell, dated February 27, 1919, unsigned.
Yale Law School
"Supplement to the Yale alumni weekly, March 23, 1917." "This programme was prepared some months ago by a committee of the Law school faculty for confidential distribution among friends of the school."
The Yale school of law : an account of its recent progress and expansion : reminiscences of its earlier days ..
Thomas W. Swan and Simeon E. Baldwin
12 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
At head of title: Supplement to The Yale alumni weekly, March 23, 1917.
Robinson C. William
IMPRINT New Haven, The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor press, 1904.
DESCRIPTION 31 p. ; 25 cm.
SUBJECT Wayland, Francis, 1826-1904.
Rare Annex YL 126 W36
Yale College : Needs of the University, suggested by the faculties to the corporation, the graduates, and the benefactors and friends of the institution, July 10, 1871.
Section on the Law School probably written by Simeon E. Baldwin, p. 17-20.
Document, 1832, Dec. 22, certifying that Elijah P. Grant studied law at Yale from Aug. 1831 to Apr. 1832
Samuel J. Hitchcock
Document, 1832, Dec. 22, certifying that Elijah P. Grant studied law at Yale from Aug. 1831 to Apr. 1832. Holograph in Hitchcock's hand. Signed: David Daggett, Samuel J. Hitchcock. Includes personal note from Hitchcock to Grant.