GUIDE: Baskin, Alex. The American Civil Liberties Union papers : a guide to the records of A.C.L.U. cases, 1912-1946. D-10529 This set was an early reproduction of the ACLU archives undertaken by the New York Public Library, later incorporated into the Scholarly Resources film "American Civil Liberties Union : The Roger Baldwin Years (1917-1950)." The original archival materials were gathered into bound volumes devoted either to clippings or to correspondence, with each volume then relating to a single type of record (although sometimes there are several series in a single volume). Also included are legal cases and some pamphlets published by organizations other than the ACLU. The Center has acquired only a portion of volumes microfilmed in this set. Included below is a listing of volumes available in this uncataloged collection, which can be cross-indexed with the earlier print guide or online version: 27-39, 52-57, 72, 82-91, 95-98, 105, 111-126, 135-136, 388-396, 401-405, 411-420, 448-455, 466-482, 513-562, 594-568, 693-707, 718-748, 767-803, 811-818, 828-835, 878-892, 915-929.
CRL's law collection supports the study of law with a variety of material. CRL members have access to LLMCdigital, a database of over 20 million pages of primary legal and government-related materials from all world regions. Print and microform collections at CRL include legal reports from over 90 countries, with a focus on India and Pakistan. Secondary legal sources and resources about important figures or organizations involved in legal decisions are also included. CRL's dissertation collection includes a wealth of scholarship about law.
Archives and Personal Papers
GUIDE: Library of Congress. Manuscript Division. Felix Frankfurter : a register of his papers in the Library of Congress. E-9009 The collections includes two boxes of the papers of William Henry Moody.
This is a set of transcripts of conversations among alleged Mafia members, FBI memoranda summarizing the transcriptions, and other materials concerning the case.
GUIDE: Draft and military law collection [guide]. E-5534 This fiche includes source materials concerning the draft for the Vietnam War and conscientious objection. The documents are court transcripts, legal briefs, selective service forms, clippings and court opinions.
Indian Law Reports judicial decisions published by various State Governments including: Allahabad, Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bombay, Calcutta, Cuttack, Dehli, Guhati, Gujurat, Himachal, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya, Madras, Mysore, Patna, Punjab, Rajasthan.
GUIDE: Pre-1894 Irish law reports : microfilm edition; guide to content of reels. E-8571
GUIDE: Early Scottish law reports : microfilm edition; guide to contents of reels. E-8651
The purpose of this project is to make available on microfiche a collection of manuscripts relating to the history of English law. Stage I of this project contains materials held at the Harvard Law School.
Facsimile reproduction of the manuscript reports on legal questions under consideration by the Foreign Office. Before 1860, the Foreign Office did not have its own legal advisors, and these reports were written by legal scholars. The volumes contain about 9,500 opinions from F.O. 83 .
GUIDE: British trials 1660-1900 : the guide to the microfiche edition. E-8996 These are non-official, detailed first-hand accounts of what was said at thousands of trials ranging from murder and treason to adultery, libel and commercial disputes. These were originally published as pamphlets or books for sale to the public. The Center has a standing order for this set. Six units have been received. Consult CRLCATALOG for status of additional units.
U.S. Supreme Court
GUIDE: Index to the Scholarly Resources microfilm edition of the Records and briefs of the United States Supreme Court, 1832-1915. E-5000 The material is arranged by case, as listed in the index.