Mitchell Franklin papers, 1922-1986.

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Franklin, Mitchell, 1902-1986. Mitchell Franklin papers, 1922-1986.

Mitchell Franklin papers, 1922-1986.

1922-1986

The papers of Mitchell Franklin consist of his studies, research, writings,correspondence, and teachings. The materials reflect his career as a lawyer, professor, legal advisor, and philosopher and his work on contract, Roman and international law. Included are also photographs of his European travels and clippings about him and his work.

26 boxes (10.63 linear ft.)

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