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Duke University Archives
Duke University Archives

The Duke University Archives is the official repository for records of Duke University and has a charge to make them available for use in accordance with policies approved by Duke University's Board of Trustees, administration and faculty. In addition to the official records of the university, the Duke University Archives holds campus publications; audiovisual materials by and about Duke University; papers and selected publications of Duke University faculty members; records of Duke University student and employee organizations and dissertations, theses, final projects and senior honors papers produced by Duke University students.

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Box 39

Material on International Law

Paper: "Public Legal Aid Work"

International Migration Service

Paper: "Does the Law Provide Adequate Protection for Beneficiaries of Charitable Trusts?"

Paper: "Charitable Trust of Charles E. Ellis"

Box 53

American Association for Labor Legislation

American Social Hygiene Association

Child Welfare League of America

Foreign Language Information Service

Family Welfare Association

International Migration Service

National Crime Commission

National Probation Association

NALAO Committees

Box 52

Pennsylvania Legal Aid Organizations

Correspondence with Alice Waldo

National Conference on Social Work

Correspondence with Justin Miller concerning establishment of Legal Aid Clinic at Duke, 1930-1931

Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati

Box 51

Correspondence while in Southern California (1928-1930), with E. Fabre Surveyor, with George H. Corbett of Montreal Legal Aid Bureau (1923-1931), with John F. Forward, Public Defender of Hartford, Conn., with Justin Miller (1927-1929), with Birmingham, Ala. (1923-1929), with San Diego, Cal. (1922-1929), with Connecticut, and others.

Box 50

U.S. Dept. of Labor

Children's Bureau

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Establishment of Legal Aid Organization in Washington

Correspondence with W.H. Taft

Family Welfare Assoc. of N.Y.C.

Voluntary Defenders Committee of the Legal Aid Society

Box 49

Dept. of Public Welfare-Bureau of Legal Aid, Philadelphia

Correspondence with Roman Hassrick; The Annals

Voluntary Defenders Committee

Paper: "Desirability of a Public Defender"

Address: "Progress of Legal Aid Work in Pennsylvania"

Paper: "Legal Aid and Its Proper Relation to Members of the Bar"

Box 46

Minimum Statistics

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1923

Correspondence with Laura Spelman Rockefeller Assocation

New NALAO Constitution, 1925-1928

Paper: "An Analysis of the Legal Cases of The International Migration Service"

Draft of Report of Joint Committee on Domestic Relations Court

League of Nations, International Arrangements for Legal Assistance for the Poor

Paper: "Legal Aid Statistics and What they Show"

Box 45

League of Nations, 1925

Material on Political Science Course

Outline of textbook for Law Students in Legal Clinics

Southern California Legal Aid Clinic Association

Correspondence with Reginald Smith

Small Loan law

Loan Sharks

Box 44

American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology

Phi Delta Phi

Bradway Paper: "Legal Internship"

Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati

Paper: "Unemployment as seen by Legal Aid Societies"

Address: "The Prisoner at the Bar"

Correspondence concerning Annals

Paper: "Case of the Dead Hand"

Correspondence with the Legal Aid Dept. of the Jewish Social Service Bureau of Chicago