Anton-Herman Chroust Papers
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Personal and professional correspondence, 1930s-1981; correspondence, testimony, and financial records dealing with his divorce, 1940s-1950s; Chroust's writings including book-length manuscripts on Aristotle and on the rise of the legal profession in America (1965); his unpublished poetry, 1920s; articles collected by Chroust; exams, student evaluations of Chroust, student papers, and his class lecture notes; tax information and financial records, 1946-1980; photographs; and printed material including Harvard Magazine, 1979-1981, and the ATLA (Association of Trial Lawyers of America) Newsletter, 1969-1981.
- Chroust, Anton-Herman, 1907- (Person)
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Professor of law, philosophy, and history, University of Notre Dame, 1946-1972.
16 linear feet. 90 photographs.
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- Chroust, Anton-Herman, 1907-
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- University of Notre Dame. Law School.
- Anton-Herman Chroust Papers
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