Correspondence, 1898-1954.

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Hazeltine, Harold D. (Harold Dexter), 1871-1960. Correspondence, 1898-1954.

Correspondence, 1898-1954.

The papers of Harold D. Hazeltine (1871-1960), which were deposited in the Harvard Law School Library between 1955 and 1957, span the years 1898-1954. The papers consist exclusively of letters addressed to Hazeltine, accompanied by his detailed notes about each of his correspondents. These notes provide biographical and bibliographical data, the circumstances of Hazeltine's acquaintanceship with each individual, and the individual's contribution to and standing in the legal-academic world of the first half of the 20th Century. Hazeltin'es correspondents were English, American and Continental European legal scholars, historians, members of the bench and bar, and a few other English scholars in other fields, such as economics and philosophy. Many of these letters and notes are of a social nature, such as invitations and thank-you notes.

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