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Constance Baker Motley Collection   Tags: special collections  

This collection consists of copies of selected documents from the Papers of Constance Baker Motley. The copies were purchased in 2008 for the African Americans in the Law Special Collection. Originals papers are held by the Smith College Library.
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Thurgood Marshall Law Library
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Collection Information

This collection consists of copies of selected documents from the Papers of Constance Baker Motley. The copies were purchased in 2008 for the African Americans in the Law Special Collection. Originals of the Constance Baker Motley Papers are held by the Smith College Library.

Material is arranged and labeled in chronological order, and inventory list is on file with the Library.

Access to the collection is by appointment only.  For more information or to make an appointment, please contact Special Collections in the Library.

Attorney/Client privilege does not apply to this collection.

Photocopying of non-fragile material is available. Tax documents and individual financial statements may not be photocopied.  Readers are permitted to take their own digital pictures for study purposes with a small, handheld camera, iPad, or cell phone.  Permission to reproduce or quote from the collection generally, including images intended for publication in any format, may be requested in writing from the Thurgood Marshall Law Library, University of Maryland School of Law, Special Collections, 501 West Fayette Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201.

Permission to reproduce, quote or cite from the collection in published research in any format must be requested in writing from the Smith College Library.

 

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