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21/F. Faculty Papers

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 21/F
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Mitchell Franklin papers

 Collection — Box 1-26
Identifier: 21/F/982
Overview Professional writings and research from lawyer, professor, legal advisor, and philosopher, Mitchell Franklin who was well known for his work in Contracts, Roman, and International Laws.

Marjorie Girth papers

 Collection — Box 1-25
Identifier: 21/F/1177
Overview The papers of Marjorie Girth the first female law professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo who taught from 1971-1991 and served on many law and community organizations in Buffalo, N.Y., New York State, and nationally with the American Bar Association, especially dealing with women's issues, commercial and bankruptcy law.

Jacob D. Hyman Additional papers

 Collection — Box 1-3
Identifier: 21/F/551
Overview Papers of Jacob D. Hyman, lawyer and Dean of the University of Buffalo Law School, 1953-1964. Includes papers relating to Hyman's activities with the Citizen's Council on Human Relations and related civil rights activities in the Buffalo area.

Jacob D. Hyman papers

 Collection — Box 1-13
Identifier: 21/F/231
Overview Papers of Jacob Hyman as member of various UB and Buffalo committees including Committee on Revision of Buffalo City Charter, Community Welfare Council, and Fact-finding Board. Collection includes documents regarding wage negotiations of Buffalo police; Black Muslim litigation; development of Buffalo Affirmative Action Plan for Amherst Campus Construction; and University governance.

Milton Kaplan Local Government Planning Documents collection

 Collection — Box 1-2
Identifier: 21/F/1250
Overview Collection includes local government consolidation proposals and planning materials regarding Niagara County, New York in the 1960s and plans for developing the waterfront in Buffalo, New York in 1939.

Herman Schwartz papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 21/F/1359
Abstract The Herman Schwartz papers, 1951-1978, include materials related to Herman Schwartz's legal research interests, course materials from classes he taught in the University at Buffalo Law school, personal and professional correspondence, publications, reports, and copies of testimony.