Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Papers Relating to Admission
to the Bar in the U.S. and Canada, 1913-1935: Finding Aid.
Harvard Law School Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
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Location: Harvard Depository
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Repository: Harvard Law School Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Creator: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Title: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Papers Relating to Admission
to the Bar in the U.S. and Canada
Quantity: 7 boxes
Language of materials: English
Abstract: Papers of staff member, Alfred Z. Reed, relating to Admission to the Bar in the U.S.
and Canada, Harvard Law School Library.
Contact Curator of Modern Manuscripts and Archives.
Prepared by Randy Packard.
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Arranged in four series:
The collection includes history and correspondence relating to admission to the bar
in the United States and Canada; papers from the files of Alfred Z. Reed, staff member
in charge of the study of legal education and admissions to the bar of the American
Bar Association. Also included are printed, typewritten originals, typewritten carbons,
and handwritten material and rules for admission to the bar of various states. Correspondence
is with members of the bench and bar, with boards of commissioners and their secretaries.
The original material was marked: 4 parts in 15. This arrangement has been preserved.
[This material is listed in the public catalog of the Library under: Carnegie Foundation
for the Advancement of Teaching. History and correspondence relating to the bar in
the United States and Canada; entry carries no call number]
- Series I: Bar Admission History
- 1-1 to 1-3. Vol. 1: Thirteen Original States
- 1-1. Connecticut - New Hampshire
- 1-3. North Carolina - Virginia
- 1-4 to 1-5. Vol. 2: Territories and States in General: Alabama - Kansas
- 1-4. Alabama - California
- 1-6 to 1-8. Vol. 3: Territories and States in General: Kentucky - Wyoming
- Series II: Question Committee of 1914
- 2-1 to 2-2. Vol. 1: Report
- 2-3 to 2-5. Vol. 2: Correspondence
- 2-3. Aug. 26, 1915 - Jan. 15, 1916
Date: Aug. 26, 1915 - Jan. 15, 1916
- 2-4. May 5, 1915 - Aug. 9, 1915
Date: May 5, 1915 - Aug. 9, 1915
- 2-5. Aug. 25, 1914 - Apr. 5, 1915
Date: Aug. 25, 1914 - Apr. 5, 1915
- 2-6 to 2-7. Vol. 3: Set of Bar Examination Questions
- 2-6. Massachusetts, New York, Colorado and Illinois
- Series III: Bar Admission Rules
- 2-8 to 3-2. Vol. 1: Alabama - Delaware
- 3-3 to 3-8. Vol. 2: District of Columbia - Illinois
- 3-3. District of Colulmbia
- 3-9 to 4-9. Vol. 3: Indiana - Michigan
- 4-10 to 5-7. Vol. 4: Minnesota - New Mexico
- 5-8 to 6-5. Vol. 5: New York - Oregon
- 6-6 to 6-11. Vol. 6: Pennsylvania - Texas
- 6-12 to 7-4. Vol. 7: Utah - Wyoming
- 7-5 to 7-6. Territories and Possessions
- 7-6. Phillippines and Puerto Rico
- Series IV: Bar Admission Rules: Canada
- 7-7 to 7-16. Vol. 1: Alberta - Saskatchewan
- 7-14. Prince Edward's Island
Admission to the bar --United States.
Admission to the bar --Canada.
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.