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Spring 2014 Newsletter

Accessing Special Collections
Online Finding Aids

By Hannah Miller-Kim

The library's Digital Initiatives & Special Collections department has updated the online finding aids for our Manuscript collections and for the National Equal Justice Library (NEJL) collections. In these materials, interested researchers can explore our unique materials, such as the papers of Judge Oliver Gasch and several collections of materials documenting the legal profession's history of providing counsel for those unable to afford it.

The Special Collection Finding Aids are part of DigitalGeorgetown. Each finding aid typically includes narrative highlights showing the collection's historical context, together with important details of the scope and type of physical materials we hold. The complete finding aid documents contain links to any digitally available items.

Special Collections Finding Aid

Researchers are invited to explore these newly-updated finding aid collections: 

Read more about these finding aids at the library's Due Process blog.

A growing collection of materials we've digitized appear in the Georgetown Law Library section of DigitalGeorgetown.


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