Edson Read Sunderland papers, 1895-1956 (bulk 1930-1953).


Sunderland, Edson R. (Edson Read), b. 1874. Edson Read Sunderland papers, 1895-1956 (bulk 1930-1953).

Edson Read Sunderland papers, 1895-1956 (bulk 1930-1953).

The Edson Read Sunderland collection spans the years 1895 to 1956 with the bulk of the material covering 1930 to 1953. The collection, which is comprised mainly of writings, speeches, research materials, and correspondence, reflects Sunderland's meticulous and focused approach to legal scholarship. The papers are organized into eight series including Biographical Materials, Speeches and Articles, Research Material and Reports, Organizations and Committees, Correspondence, University of Michigan Law School, Faculty Board in Control of Student Publications, and Miscellaneous Papers. Of particular note and well represented are materials related to Sunderland's research and his speeches and articles. Sunderland wrote prolifically on matters of legal procedure.

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Professor of law at the University of Michigan, advocate of reform in American legal procedures. From the description of Edson Read Sunderland papers, 1930-1953. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34418436 Edson Read Sunderland, outstanding midwestern legal scholar and professor of law and legal research at the University of Michigan, was associated with the university's law school from 1901 to 1944. He spent six months studying court proc...

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