E. Blythe Stason papers, 1929-1972.


Stason, E. Blythe (Edwin Blythe), 1891-1972. E. Blythe Stason papers, 1929-1972.

E. Blythe Stason papers, 1929-1972.

The collection has been arranged by groupings of series. The subgroup, atomic energy organizations and interests, includes series for the Fund for Peaceful Atomic Development, the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project, the Atomic Energy Research Project of the U-M Law School, the Atomic Energy Study Commission of Michigan, and Research and Subject files. The subgroup, state and national professional activities, includes series for the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, the American Bar Association, and the Hoover Commission Task Force on Legal Services and Procedures. The Personal subgroup includes a topical file, conferences attended files, articles and speeches, and correspondence.

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