Albert J. Harno Papers, 1923-57 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 14/1/20
Volume: 4.0 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Albert James Harno (1889-1966), professor of law (1921-57), Dean of the College of Law (1922-57) and University Provost (1931-44), including correspondence, speeches, notes, publications (1920, 1933-51, 1957), and Letters to the Law Alumni (1930-57); Harno's correspondence as a member of the American Bar Association's Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (1941-46) concerns legal education, refresher courses for returning servicemen and problems brought on by the war. His correspondence as University Provost relates to the post-war building program (1942-44), utilization of university facilities by the armed forces for education and training programs (1941-44), university committees (1938-43), institution of a labor and industrial relations program at the University (1942-45) and student discipline (1945-47).