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The library's microform collection of papers of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and papers of prominent African American jurist and statesman William H. Hastie contains both microfilm (35 mm and 16 mm rolls) and microfiche materials. The material is located on the first floor of the library building and is open to the public and law school community.
The NAACP records may also be searched by subject in the library catalog. In addition, the Law Library has a small collection of original NAACP reports, documents and publications donated by Professor Larry Gibson. An inventory of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library's NAACP Collection is available online.
William H. Hastie Papers on Microfilm
Part 1 - Judicial Activities
Part 2 - Civil Rights, Organizational and Private Activities
Papers of the NAACP on Microfilm
An inventory of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library's NAACP Collection is available online. The following collections are in the microfiche set:
Part 3 - The Campaign for Educational Equality: Legal Department and Central Office Files, 1913-1965
Part 7A - The Anti-Lynching Campaign, Investigative Files, 1912-1955
Part 7B - The Anti-Lynching Campaign, Legislative and Publicity Files, 1916-1955
Part 8 - Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System, Legal Department and Central Office Records, 1910-1955
Part 12A - Selected Branch Files, 1913-1939, the South
Part 18 - Special Subjects, Series A: Legal Department Files, 1940-1955
Part 26A - Selected Branch Files, 1940-1955, the South
Part 27A - Selected Branch Files, 1956-1965, the South