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West Virginia University. College of Law


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Brooke Family Papers

Collection Number: A&M 1079
Overview Correspondence, clippings, biographical sketches, photographs, artifacts, and other items relating to the family of St. George Tucker Brooke (1844-1914), a professor at West Virginia University College of Law, 1878-1909. Correspondence includes business and personal letters to and from St. George Tucker Brooke and Charles Frederick Tucker Brooke, a Rhodes Scholar and Shakespearean authority at Yale; letters between Francis (Frank) Brooke to Mrs. Mary Brooke while he served in the U.S. and...
Dates: 1814-1990; Majority of material found within 1880-1960

Brown Family Papers, Photographs and Maps

Collection Number: A&M 2604
Overview Papers, photographs and maps of a wealthy Morgantown family with interests in real estate and coal mining. Most of the business papers are those of J. M. G. Brown, a West Virginia University law school alumnus, who was president of Scotts Run Fuel Corporation. Brown was also a housing developer whose company, Suburban Real Estate of Morgantown, was a competitive concern not only locally but throughout north central West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania. There are papers indicating his...
Dates: 1765-1959

Kathryn Cramer Morgan, Charles William Cramer Family Papers

Collection Number: A&M 3855
Overview Papers of the Charles William Cramer family of Morgantown. He was born in 1876 in Piedmont, West Virginia; graduated from Law School at West Virginia University in 1897; served in the 6th Cavalry Regiment in the Spanish-American War; and moved to Morgantown in 1901. Includes 176 page narrative by Cramer regarding his life from 1876 to ca. 1905, covering his student days at West Virginia University and his service during the Spanish-American War. There is a photo of Charles Cramer; and photos...
Dates: 1876-ca.1970

Robert E. Lee Keadle, Monroe County, Diary

Collection Number: A&M 3187
Overview The diary, presented to Annie Brewer of Monroe County by James O. B. Kelly in 1887, includes entries by her from December 1886 to August 1888. It notes her social and family life. Brewer gave the diary to her boyfriend, Robert E. Lee Keadle in August 1888, and he wrote in it until 1891. Keadle's writings describe his active social and romantic life in Monroe Co. and as a law student at West Virginia University in 1889 and 1890. He also provided details of his academic, leisure, and religious...
Dates: 1886-1891

West Virginia University, Justitia Law Students Wives' Club Records

Collection Number: A&M 5281

Papers and other materials of Justitia, the Law Students Wives’ Club (1952 – 1983) of West Virginia University College of Law. Founded by June Santee and Pat Simonton in 1957, Justitia was a women’s organization designed to offer a community of support to law student wives, to create an opportunity to socialize, and support their husbands and the WVU College of Law through meetings, publications, fundraisers and activities.

Dates: 1957-1983, undated

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Morgantown (W. Va.) 2
Aeronautics 1
African-Americans. SEE ALSO Coal miners - African Americans. 1
Churches -- Church of the Brethren 1
Churches -- Episcopal 1