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Letter To Members Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, October 14, 1953, Mary W. Oliver Oct 1953

Letter To Members Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, October 14, 1953, Mary W. Oliver

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During the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries fall meeting in 1953, it was a decided to form the Southeastern Law Libraries Association. This letter, written by Chapter President Mary W. Oliver, was sent to inform the current members of The Carolinas Chapter of the change.


Letter To Mary Oliver Concerning Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, September 18, 1953, Sarah Leverette Sep 1953

Letter To Mary Oliver Concerning Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, September 18, 1953, Sarah Leverette

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A letter from Sarah Leverette to Mary Oliver discussing a meeting of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries and the potential of law librarians attending a Southeastern Law Teachers meeting. Librarians from the Southeastern Law Teachers would later merge with the Carolinas Chapter to form SEAALL.


Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries Constitution, 1953, Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries Jan 1953

Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries Constitution, 1953, Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries

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An undated constitution for the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries. This constitution was likely created between 1952 and 1954, prior to the formation of SEAALL.


Financial Report Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, March 29, 1952, Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries Mar 1952

Financial Report Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, March 29, 1952, Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries

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A brief statement of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries policy for the use of chapter financial resources.


Report Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, 1949-1950, Seaall Sep 1950

Report Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, 1949-1950, Seaall

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An annual report for the Carolinas Chapter of AALL, covering activities for 1949-1950.


History Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, Dillard S. Gardner Jan 1950

History Of The Carolinas Chapter Of The American Association Of Law Libraries, Dillard S. Gardner

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A history of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries, its activities, and its members written by Dillard Gardner.


Carolinas Law Library Association's "Model" Law Library (1949 Revision), Dillard S. Gardner Jan 1949

Carolinas Law Library Association's "Model" Law Library (1949 Revision), Dillard S. Gardner

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The Carolinas Law Library Association would produce a list of titles that a model library would have using North Carolina as an example. This was the 1949 Revision.


Letter To Dillard S. Gardner On Meeting Of North Carolina Law Librarians, September 28, 1938, Lucile Elliott Sep 1938

Letter To Dillard S. Gardner On Meeting Of North Carolina Law Librarians, September 28, 1938, Lucile Elliott

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A letter sent to Dillard S. Gardner, Supreme Court Librarian in Raleigh, N.C., reminding him of an upcoming meeting at the University of Carolina, Chapel Hill. A postscript was added asking Mr. Gardner to create a report of other law libraries who would like to be part of the association. This would lead to the creation of the Carolinas Chapter of AALL and the eventual creation of SEAALL.