Papers, 1792-1853.

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Greenleaf, Simon, 1783-1853. Papers, 1792-1853.

Papers, 1792-1853.

Contains Greenleaf's professional and personal correspondence, notes for moot court, material relating to Christ Church, Cambridge and the Massachusetts Bible Society, and miscellaneous legal materials. Papers concern temperance, Harvard Law School, and the colonization of Liberia. Correspondents include Joseph Story, Lemuel Shaw, Charles Sumner, and Willard Witte.

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Parker, Joel, 1795-1875

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