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This collection consists of materials documenting David Diamond's activities in local government, Diamond's career at the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and matters of personal interest to Diamond. The latter material includes regarding the Nuremberg trials following World War II and a transcript of a speech given by Diamond opposing the tactics of Senator Joseph McCarthy.
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.
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.
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.
Collection includes materials regarding the Law School Faculty's resolution in September 1988 on non-discrimination, particularly regarding recruitment and the resulting ban of military and government recruiters who were believed to discriminate in the areas of sexual orientation, age and disabilities, and a resolution passed in October 1987 on intellectual freedom, intolerance and harassment.
The collection contains diplomas from grammar school, normal school, college, and law school for Natalie Max Spencer; her son, Robert W. Spencer; her daughter-in-law, Mary Pearl Elder Spencer; and her granddaughter, Karen L. Spencer spanning the 20th century in Buffalo and Geneseo, New York. Also included are teaching and bar certifications.
Administrative files kept by the Law School's Deans and Associate Deans mostly between 1967-1975 along with some older financial files beginning in 1922. Some incomplete faculty meeting minutes from 1977 to 1991 are included.