Weyman Lundquist papers
The papers of Weyman I. Lundquist contain professional and personal correspondence, photographs, VHS tapes, DVDs, conference materials, secondary school and college class work, reports, writings, clippings, memorabilia and scrapbooks. The collection documents Lundquist's high school and college years as well as his work as a lawyer with the American Bar Association, the Association of Soviet Lawyers, the Institute of Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College and the John Sloane Dickey Center for International Understanding. Correspondents include his parents Florence and Ivan H. Lundquist, Evelyn Stefansson Nef, Robert Kennedy and Vasily Vlasihin. Of note is the material related to Lundquist's interest in Russian legal reforms and the American Bar Association's involvement with Russian lawyers.
- 1910 - 2009
- Lundquist, Weyman I., b. 1930 (Person)
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7.25 Linear Feet (7 boxes)
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Weyman I. Lundquist (b.1930), attorney. Dartmouth College Class of 1952. Consists of personal and professional correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, reports, conference material, secondary school and college class work, clippings, VHS tapes and DVDs of his lectures, as well as writings and memorabilia. The material documents his education and work with the American Bar Association, the Association of Soviet Lawyers, the Institute of Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College and the John Sloane Dickey Center for International Understanding.
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