Levi T. Griffin papers, 1875-1904.


Levi T. Griffin papers, 1875-1904.

Correspondence, chiefly letters of recommendation; also photographs, miscellaneous papers, including part of Griffin's lectures on federal jurisprudence, and two volumes of lectures on mining law and international law. Correspondents include: James B. Angell, Don M. Dickinson, and Harry B. Hutchins.

.3 linear ft. (37 items and 2 v.)

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