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Sources

BROKAW, KATHERINE & CAROLYN E. WRIGHT, CELEBRATING THE HISTORY OF EMORY LAW SCHOOL (2006).

BULLOCK, HENRY M., A HISTORY OF EMORY UNIVERSITY (1936).

Emory Law School Records, Emory Law Archives, Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, Emory University.

Emory University Archives, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

ENGLISH, THOMAS H., EMORY UNIVERSITY 1915-1965: A SEMICENTENNIAL HISTORY 164 (1966).

Gozansky, Nat, Emory Law and the Formation of a Universityin WHERE COURAGEOUS INQUIRY LEADS: THE EMERGING LIFE OF EMORY UNIVERSITY 215 (Gary S. Hauk and Sally Wolff King, eds., 2010).

HAUK, GARY S., A LEGACY OF HEART AND MIND: EMORY SINCE 1836 (1999).

Miller, Marc, Georgia’s Historic Law Schools, Part III – Emory: The Creation of a National Law School, 27 GA. ST. B. J. 88 (1990-1991).

Turner, William B., The Ultimate Victory of a Productive Life: Ben F. Johnson, Jr., and African Americansat Emory Law School, 1961-72, 58 J. LEGAL EDUC. 563 (2008). 

Credits

This exhibition was curated by:

Mark Engsberg, Terry Gordon, Vanessa King, Thomas Sneed, and Michael Umberger

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