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University of Maryland School of Law - The First Fifty Years  

An online digital project tracing the beginning of the modern law school at Maryland.
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The University of Maryland Baltimore Foundation funded this digital collection of the University of Maryland School of Law archives. The collection consists of approximately 7,000 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.

The following is adapted from Eugene F. Cordell's "official" history of the University.  Eugene F. Cordell, University of Maryland, 1807 - 1907: Its History, Influence, Equipment and Characteristics,  (New York: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1907) and from W. Calvin Chesnut, A Federal Judge Sums Up. (S.N.: S.l., 1946).

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