George W. Peterson Papers
Class notes, class questions, lectures and cases, case notes, relating to the education of George W. Peterson, Georgetown University Law Center class of 1942. The notes are handwritten and detailed. This collection is a snapshot of a Georgetown University Law student.
- 1939 - 1941
- Peterson, George W. (Person)
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George W. Peterson, graduated with his LLB in 1942 from Georgetown Law School. After graduation he practiced law in Balsam Lake, Wisconsin. He also served in the military in the Pacific during World War II and received the Bronze Star.
0.4 linear feet (1 archival document box)
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Organization and Arrangement
This collection is described in two series. Series I comprises of George W. Peterson’s personal class notes. Series II comprises course related materials. Within the document box the folders are arranged alphabetically by legal topic. Folders are numbered and in numerical order.
This collection is described in two series.
- Series I: Personal Class Notes (1939-1941)
- Series II: Course Related Materials (1940-1941)
Source of Acquisition
A Gift of Larry and Linda DeMellier, August 21, 2006.
Documents were placed in acid-free folders.
- Finding Aid for the George W. Peterson Papers (MSS-002)
- Hannah T. Miller
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