Thursday, March 19, 2009

Fellowship in American Legal Bibliography and History at Harvard Law School Library



Harvard Law School Library has announced a new fellowship of up to $3,000 for scholars traveling to Cambridge to work in the library's special collections. Details about the Morris L. Cohen Fellowship in American Legal Bibliography and History can be found here. Applications are due on April 30, 2009.

The library has amazing resources, many of them still largely untapped. They also hold substantial collections of papers of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., who wins my nomination for the figure in American history with the worst handwriting. (Eleanor Roosevelt comes in a close second.)

Hat tip: H-Net.

1 comment:

Dan Ernst said...

Nope. It's Frankfurter.