Edwin C. Goddard papers [ca. 1884]-[ca. 1940]

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Edwin C. Goddard papers [ca. 1884]-[ca. 1940]

Professor of mathematics and later of law at the University of Michigan., papers include addresses and essays, family genealogies, class notebooks, and a draft manuscript and source materials for a history of the U-M Law School.

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