The Northwestern University Law School Newsletter Records fill one box and span the years 1917-1919 and 1942-1946. Correspondence between the editor of the newsletter and U.S. servicemen during the Second World War is also included in the series. There are also lists of Northwestern Law students and alumni in the U.S. military.
Also included are letters sent to and from the Monastery Hill Bindery concerning the creation of an album dedicated to Northwestern Law School students and alumni who served in the Second World War. Correspondence with the Office of Censorship in Washington, D.C., is also included.
The lists of Northwestern Law School graduates and students in the service are from the Second World War only. The lists, compiled by the editor of the newsletter, span the years 1941-1946. Included with the lists are newspaper obituaries of servicemen killed and lists of the Northwestern Law School students returning from service in 1946.
Addition, Boxes 2-4
The addition consists of three archival boxes, containing correspondence between the editor of the Northwestern University Law School Newsletter and U.S. servicemen during the Second World War, spanning the years 1941-1946. Letters are arranged in chronological order. Correspondence with families of servicemen is also included.
Two additional folders are included: one of undated correspondence and one of newspaper clippings related to the aforementioned servicemen. These also span 1941-1946