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Practice of law

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Bland family papers

Identifier: MS 0134
Abstract Large correspondence of Blands in England and Virginia; letter from Theodorick Bland describing life in Tennessee 1798-1801 and notes on Alexander's chancery practices; Manuscript analysis of United States Constitution (1463 pages) and on other states (484 pages); notes on cases before superior court in Washington, TN, 1799-1801 (140 pages); Manuscript volume catalogue of Theodorick Bland's books, Annapolis, August 1829; Manuscript volume survey of organization of American institutions;...
Dates: 1757-1860

Donaldson papers

Identifier: MS 3277

This collection contains papers relating relating to the families of John Johnston Donaldson, his wife, Caroline Dorsey, and their children, circa 1764-1929. Included are the papers of Thomas Donaldson, a prominent lawyer, politician, and early member of the Maryland Historical Society.

Dates: 1764 - 1929

Joseph Nathan Ulman collection

Identifier: MS 1914

This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Joseph Nathan Ulman, a lawyer and judge of the Supereme Bench of Baltimore. He was a champion of reform causes, an advisor for criminal justice, and author.

Dates: 1887-1953

Samuel K. Dennis papers

Identifier: MS 1139

This collection contains the correspondence and legal case files of Samuel K. Dennis, District Attorney for Maryland and later Chief Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore, 1928-1944.

Dates: 1900-1952

Walter de Curzon Poultney papers

Identifier: MS 0646

This collection contains the personal correspondence of Mr. Poultney largely concerning his social activities as well as his business correspondence as member of the law firm of Poultney and Moale.

Dates: 1854-1900

William A. Stewart papers

Identifier: MS 0784

This collection deals with the law practice of William A. Stewart. The materials in this collection are dated between 1812 and 1893.

Dates: 1812-1892, undated

William M. Marine collection

Identifier: MS 1016

William Matthew Marine, 1843-1904, was a Baltimore attorney, the collector of the Port of Baltimore during the 1890's, and an amateur writer. This collection contains 32 boxes comprised of his legal and political correspondence, notes, and clippings from 1808-1904.

Dates: 1808-1904

William Wirt letterbooks

Identifier: MS 1014

This collection contains the outgoing letters relating to the law practice of William Wirt which were copied by clerks or assistants in his law office from 1806-16. The outgoing letters of a business and personal nature were copied by an assistant between 1832 and 1834. The names of correspondents are indexed.

Dates: 1806-1834

William Wirt papers

Identifier: MS 1011

The William Wirt papers consists primarily of correspondence between the United States Attorney General William Wirt, his family, and business associates from 1784-1864.

Dates: 1784-1864