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German Unification Collection  

A collection of over 250 books and archival materials dealing with the reunification of Germany and the response in neighboring countries.
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In 2005-2006 the Thurgood Marshall Law Library received a gift of over 250 books dealing with the reunification of Germany and the response to this event in neighboring countries. A substantial number of additional books, as well as a collection of rare and valuable ephemera collected by the donor, Professor Peter Quint, the Jacob A. France Professor of Constitutional Law, will be added to the collection in the future. All of the material in the German Unification Collection is non-circulating and is available for use in the Thurgood Marshall Law Library only.  Please contact Special Collections for more information or to access the collection.   Each title is fully searchable in the library catalog.


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