University of Kansas. School of Law
Found in 4 records:
The Elmer C. Jackson papers are those of a native Kansan and prominent Kansas City, Kansas attorney. Jackson was active in numerous local and national organizations, such as the National Bar Association, the Kansas Board of Regents, and Sigma Pi Phi.
The I. F. Bradley, Sr. family papers are those of a long time Kansas family, the head of which was a Kansas City, Kansas Justice of the Peace and active in civil rights and politics.
Moreau taught in the School of Law at the University of Kansas from 1929-1968. This collection contains photographs, correspondence, class materials, papers, speeches, and journals.
The School of Law began as the Department of Law in 1878, with James Wood Green serving as department head, and later, Dean, when the Department became a full School in 1889. The records of the School include artificial records and news releases, administrative and library records, as well as student records.