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Researching University of Maryland School of Law Alumni Records   Tags: special collections  

An online guide for conducting research on graduates, students and faculty of the University of Maryland School of Law (through 1990).
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Special Collections

Thurgood Marshall Law Library
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500 W. Baltimore Street,
Baltimore, MD 21201-1786
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About the Project

The University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation funded the digitization of the University of Maryland School of Law archives. The collection consists of over 15,000 digitized images, including course catalogs, yearbooks, commencement programs, grade books, and faculty minutes. Each document is presented in PDF and is fully searchable within each file. A complete list of all available documents is provided. Additionally all material may be searched in the library's Catalog and here.

There are many class portraits that are stored in the Development Office. The Development Office staff has always been very good about providing access if you ask. The images are not indexed though so it is strictly "hunt and peck." There are also a few images in the law library that were not scanned as they were too fragile, be sure to check the catalog. Also, yearbooks and commencement programs are good alternatives. There are also scattered about the law school building many portraits of alumni and faculty.

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