Maryann S. Freedman papers
Scope and Contents
The Mary S. Freedman Papers, 1974-1990, includes information from the local, state, and national Bars including newsletters, correspondence, brochures, committee meeting minutes and agendas, directories, retreat meeting agendas, policy memos on cases and laws that were current events, professional and trade panels and discussions, itineraries, and committee assignments.
- Freedman, Maryann Saccomando, 1934- (Person)
The bulk of the Maryann S. Freedman papers are open for research. However, pursuant to University Archives Restricted Records Policy, access to portions of this collection (in particular Series IV) is RESTRICTED until December 31, 2065.
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The Maryann S. Freedman Papers, 1974-1990 focus on the tenure of Maryann S. Freedman as the president of the Erie County Bar Association and as president of the New York State Bar Association in the 1980's.
Maryann S. Freedman is a graduate of the University at Buffalo School of Law and was admitted to the bar in 1959. She was the first woman president of both the Erie County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association as well as the New York Bar Foundation, and she was a delegate to the American Bar Association.
16 Linear Feet (16 record cartons )
Language of Materials
Materials related to the tenure of Maryann S. Freedman as president of the Erie County Bar Association and as president of the New York State Bar Association. The collection includes correspondence, memos, policy notes, promotional materials, meeting minutes, financial records, committee notes and agendas, and other related materials.
The Maryann S. Freedman papers, 1974-1990, are organized into six series: 1. Committees and Subject Files, 1977-1989; 2. Courts and Judges, 1979-1989; 3. Membership, 1982-1989; 4. Erie County Bar Association and Local Activities, 1974-1988; 5. New York State Bar Association, 1974-1990; 6. New York State Bar Association Committee on Women in the Law, 1984-1990.
The Maryann S. Freedman papers were gifted to University Archives by Maryann S. Freedman, in May, 1990 and January, 1991 as accession 90-014.
Accruals and Additions
No further accruals are expected.
Minimally processed by Rebecca Cobb, August 2018; finding aid encoded by Rebecca Cobb, August 2018.
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