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University of Kansas. School of Law


Found in 6 Records:

Elmer C. Jackson papers

Call Number: RH MS 410

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.

Dates: 1896 - 1999

I. F. Bradley, Sr. family papers

Call Number: RH MS P838

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.

Dates: 1976

Personal papers of Frederick J. Moreau

Call Number: PP 300

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.

Dates: 1929 - 1968

Personal papers of Raymond F. Rice

 Collection — Box 1
Call Number: PP 394

Raymond F. Rice received his L.L.B. from the University of Kansas in 1908 and joined the faculty in 1913. He taught in the School of Law from 1913-1931. This collection consists of essays and notes.

Dates: 1913 - 1931

Raymond A. Goetz oral history collection

Call Number: RH MS 1606 BD

Stephen Douglas Bonney (Doug Bonney), a career labor lawyer, conducted oral history interviews of University of Kansas School of Law faculty, alumni and former colleagues of KU Law School professor and labor arbitrator Raymond Goetz. He conducted these interviews over the Zoom virtual conferencing application during the early months of 2022, and this collection consists of audio and video recordings of those meetings, as well as textual materials related to the interviewees.

Dates: 2022

Records of the University of Kansas School of Law

 Record Group
Call Number: RG 24

The records of the University of Kansas' School of Law include artificial records and news releases, administrative records, including deans' correspondence, as well as student records and some materials from the Law Library.

Dates: 1890s-2023