LAW SCHOOL

REALIA (ARTIFACTS), FILM, AND AUDIO RECORDINGS


Record Group Series Box Folder Title
C-3 7 3 Admissions Office, circa early 1990s (VHS video)
C-3 7 1 American Bar Association Standards of Accreditation Lecture, circa 1970s
C-3 7 1 CLEW Telelectures, Trade Regulation, April 1971 (Reel-to-reel recordings)
C-3 7 1
John L. MacIver and James D. Jeffries
C-3 7 1
Robert Abendroth
C-3 7 1
Edwin Wiley
C-3 7 1
David Beckwith
C-3 7 3 Eckstein Hall Groundbreaking, Souvenir Letter Opener (Shovel-inspired), 2008 (3 copies)
C-3 7 1 Hearing by Special Committee of Law Faculty, Dean Robert Boden, June 1976 (Reel-to-reel recording)
C-3 7 1 Hearing by Special Committee of Law Faculty, circa 1977 (Reel-to-reel recording)
C-3 7 1 Juvenile/Child Law Lectures (Reel-to-reel recordings)
C-3 7 1
Professors Bowman and Larson, undated
C-3 7 2
Professor Hurst, April 1966
C-3 7 2
Professors Bowman and Mentkowski, circa 1970s

UNIV
C-3
Series 5
Record Group Series Box Folder Title
C-3 7 2 Labor Disputes and Law, Archibald Cox Lecture, February 14, 1966 (3 Reel-to-reel recordings)
C-3 7 2 Local Government Law Lecture, circa 1970s (Reel-to-reel recording)
C-3 7 2 Medals, 1924 (Front: "In Memory of Rev. Joseph Grimmelsman, S.J., 1924" with portrait; Back: "Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee" and Drawing of Law School) (3)
C-3 7 2 Milwaukee Reports Panel, Integration/Segregation of Schools, circa 1960s (Reel-to-reel recording)
C-3 7 3 Misc. Materials - Christmas Parties, 1962, 1963 (2 Super 8 films)
C-3 7 - Oral History Interviews Conducted from 1975-1976 with Prominent Law Alumni (Audio Cassettes with Abstracts)
C-3 7 4
Burmaster, Milton (Class of 1929), 1976 (Reminisces about Marquette Law faculty, compares his experiences at Marquette and the University of Wisconsin, and argues the unfairness of UW diploma privilege.)
C-3 7 4
Hirschboeck, Herbert (Class of 1921), 1975 (Relates his impression of Marquette Law School faculty, those he had as a student and those he knew personally and professionally, the Mackie Mansion, and his experience in the SATC, Student Army Training Corps.  Problems with and resentment over the diploma privilege are described.)
C-3 7 4
Kenney, John (Class of 1915), 1975 (Relates experience as a Marquette Law School night student, and memories of the faculty, fellow students, attorneys, and the law school facility in the early 1910s.)
C-3 7 4
Raskin, Max (Class of 1926), 1975 (Review of professors he knew while studying at Marquette Law School.)
C-3 7 4
Roller, Elmer (Class of 1922), 1975 (Expresses opinions of Marquette Law School professors, depicts creation of legal fraternity chapters at Marquette.  Interview takes place in noisy restaurant, very difficult to hear Judge Roller.)
C-3 7 4
Schlichting, F.H. (Class of 1925), 1975 (Discusses personal experience at Marquette and Milwaukee with professors and law school facilities.)
C-3 7 4
Schlosser, John (Class of 1930), 1976 (Discusses personal experience at Marquette and Milwaukee with professors and law school facilities.)
C-3 7 3 Tenants Rights Lecture, Professor Klitzke, 1970 (2 Reel-to-reel recordings)
C-3 7 3 Trade Regulations Lecture, Robert V. Abendross, circa 1970s (Reel-to-reel recording)
C-3 7 3 Trade Regulations Lecture, Professor Klitzke, 1973-1974 (Reel-to-reel recording)
C-3 7 Item 1 Architectural Model of Addition, Marquette University Legal Research Center, circa 1960 (24 x 24 x 9)
A-4.5 11 - Oversize photographs from Marquette University Law School, See: A-4.5 Series 11