Burke Woods Shartel papers 1901-1959


Burke Woods Shartel papers 1901-1959

Professor of law at University of Michigan. Papers include correspondence and other papers concerning personal and family matters, professional affairs, the decision of the University to re-enter the Western Intercollegiate Conference; also correspondence from students serving in World War II; and photographs.

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