Samuel Dash Papers 1748-2004 (bulk 1965-2002)


Samuel Dash Papers 1748-2004 (bulk 1965-2002)

Lawyer, educator, and author. Correspondence, memoranda, legal material and opinions, writings, speeches, engagement file, teaching file, organization and committee file, clippings, photographs, appointment calendars, and other papers relating primarily to Dash's legal career after 1964, and more particularly his role in governmental investigations.

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