Victor Hugo Lane papers, 1897-1929

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Victor Hugo Lane papers, 1897-1929

Victor Hugo Lane papers, 1897-1929

Law professor at the University of Michigan, papers include correspondence relating to his law school activities, his interest in the Presbyterian churches of Adrian, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, the University Student Religious Association, the Young Men's Christian Association the Western Intercollegiate Conference, the Michigan Law Review, and the Uncle Sam Macaroni Co. of Tecumseh, Michigan; and photographs; letter, June 1, 1903, from Gustavus Ohlinger on the Philippines.

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