This series is comprised of correspondence between Hurst and his colleagues, attorneys, students, political figures, and various citizens interested in his work in legal history. Included is Hurst’s correspondence during his visiting professorship at the University of Florida in 1978.
Letters throughout the series reveal the evolution of Hurst’s teaching American legal history, demonstrate his influence on and importance to legal history scholars, and discuss important acts of the Wisconsin legislature as well as federal and state court decisions. Letters date between 1951 and 1988. The material is arranged chronologically.
(Includes informational brochure on the Humanities Center)
(Includes additional correspondences to the President of the United States and Senate Representatives)
(Includes a questionnaire)
(See Item No. 62 dated January 11, 1979)
(includes copy of reprint to be used)
(Includes articles from the Chronicle of Higher Education)
(Proposal copy included)
(Text excerpts attached)
(article enclosed from American Bar Foundation Journal)
(includes a copy of the publication agreement)
(includes a rough draft of the report)
(includes a copy of Hurst's published review)
(includes detailed memorandum)
(includes copy of draft announcement)
(Includes a copy of Hurst's proposal)
(Includes outline from Hurst's speech on the topic)
(Includes lists of individuals and organizations that reviewed the text).
(Includes copy of draft report)
(Includes draft proposal).
(Includes a printed review of the text by Leonard Levy lf Brandeis University)