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Peregrinus Yearbooks

Peregrinus was the yearbook of the University of Texas School of Law. Peregrinus began publication in 1949 and was published annually, with the exception of 1973 and 1974, until 2004. Currently, this digital collection contains yearbooks from 1960 to 1965, 1970, and 1975.  This digital collection is a work in progress and additional …

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Peregrinus Yearbooks

The Law of Torts

On December 10, 1959, Roberts Inn, the University of Texas School of Law’s chapter of the Phi Delta Phi legal honor society, hosted a panel discussion on “The Law of Torts.” A digital recording and transcript of the panel, featuring Warren A. Seavey, Leon Green, Page Keeton, and W. St. John Garwood, may be found in this collection. …

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The Law of Torts

Charles Alan Wright's Legal Eagles Collection

Wright led the Legal Eagles, the Law School’s stunningly successful intramural football team, which had 330 wins in Charles Alan Wright’s forty-five year involvement as coach and athletic director.

Team pictures, group photographs of the Eagle Exes (alumni who returned to play an annual game against that year’s team), and candid …

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Charles Alan Wright's Legal Eagles Collection

Texas Jurists Collection

This collection of over 400 photographs of Texas jurists was donated to the Tarlton Law Library by Justice Jack Pope in 1994. A large majority of the photographs were used by Ocie Speer in the creation of the book Texas Jurists 1836-1931. Justice Pope made additions to the collection to include more recent jurists. The photographs …

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Texas Jurists Collection

Hyder Collection

This collection consists of photographs of the Hyder Collection, a collection of law-related art and artifacts displayed at the University of Texas School of Law and the Tarlton Law Library. The Hyder Collection includes oil portraits, prints, legal ephemera, manuscripts, textiles, and furniture from countries across the globe and was …

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Hyder Collection

About the collections



The digital collections available through this site are scans of physical objects held by the Tarlton Law Library in Archives & Special Collections unless otherwise noted. The department houses approximately nearly 5,000 linear feet of archives.

For questions and inquiries, please contact Archives & Special Collections.

For more information about Archives & Special Collections and our holdings see the Archives & Special Collections section of the Library website.


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