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Location: Art Office, Langdell Hall
Call No.: HOLLIS 12247322
Repository: Harvard Law School Library, Harvard Library, Harvard University
Title: Louis Dembitz Brandeis Visual Materials
Quantity: 1 collection (Approximately 70 prints and photographs contained in one 16 x 20 in. box and one 20 x 24 in. folder.)
Quantity: Extent is approximate.
Language of materials: English
Abstract: Prints and photographs relating to the life and career of Louis Dembitz Brandeis.
- Louis Dembitz BrandeisPapers, 1881 - 1966, Harvard Law School Library (Hollis601607).
- Contact sheets from the exhibition reception areincluded in the collection: Photographs of Harvard Law SchoolEvents.
- November 13, 1856
- Born in Louisville, Kentucky
- Student, Annene-Realschule, Dresden
- LL.B. Harvard Law School
- Lawyer, Warren & Brandeis, Boston
- Instructor at Harvard Law School
- March 23, 1891
- Married Alice G. Goldmark of New York
- Senior partner, Brandeis, Dunbar & Nutter, Boston
- Head of the Provisional Executive Committee for Zionist Affairs
- US Supreme Court Justice
- October 5,1941
- Died in Washington, DC.
The Louis Dembitz Brandeis visuals collection is a composite collection relating to the life and career of Brandeis. A portion of the collection consists of black and white copy photographs collected for the 1994 exhibition "Louis Dembitz Brandeis of Louisville, Boston, and Washington: a life well spent." The originals from which these photographs were made are not owned by the Harvard Law School Library, and the copy photographs are for reference only and not to be reproduced for publication.The prints and photographs have been organized by subject into ten folders. A majority of the original prints and photographs have been individually cataloged and digitized and can be viewed in VIA (Visual Information Access) – Harvard University's online union catalog. Copy photographs are not cataloged in VIA.