A History of America's First Jim Crow Law School Library and StaffConnecticut Public Interest Law Journal
AbstractPaper relies heavily on African-American newspapers and archival materials from Lincoln University and the AALL Archive to tell the story of Lincoln University Law School (1939-1955), provide biographical sketches of its African-American law librarians, and expose the racism within the American Association of Law Libraries during the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
- Lincoln Law School,
- Jim Crow
Citation InformationErnesto Longa. "A History of America's First Jim Crow Law School Library and Staff" Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal Vol. 7 (2007) p. 77
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ernesto-longa/3/