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From the Et Seq Blog
“Visualizing Capital Punishment” Exhibit Closes Soon!
Come visit, or revisit, the Library’s exhibit, “Visualizing Capital Punishment: Spectacle, Shame, and Sympathy,” before it closes at the end of July 2023. It’s on view weekdays 9 to 5 in the Library’s Caspersen Room, and is open to all HUID holders. If you can’t make it, visit the online version of the exhibit, which
July 17, 2023
Scanning Nuremberg: Notes from June 2023
Post by Matt Seccombe During June I analyzed the defense documents of Walther Funk and one-third of the documents of Admiral Doentiz. This ended one year’s work on the IMT following the COVID related “pause,” and also one year with the defense material. During the year I worked through the documents of defendants Frank, Frick, Funk,
July 11, 2023
Top of page, clockwise:
- Tiberias, 1475. HLS MS 75, HOLLIS 990041080380203941, fol. 1r, seq. 5, detail, Harvard Law School Library.
- Harvard Voluntary Defenders, 1972-1973, HOLLIS 8001351559, Harvard Law School Library.
- View of large rare book, Brooks Kraft, 2014.
Left to right:
- Historical & Special Collections reading room, Brooks Kraft, 2014.
- Harvard Law School Library pass, 1868, HOLLIS 990020808460203941, Harvard Law School Library.
- De legibus Angliae, ca. 1300. HLS MS 1, HOLLIS 990028855300203941, seq. 29, detail, Harvard Law School Library.
- Historical & Special Collections stacks, Brooks Kraft, 2014.
- Treasure Room, Langdell Hall by Fay Foto Service, 1952? HOLLIS 8001070613, Harvard Law School Library.
- Court in session at the Nuremberg Trials by Office Chief of Counsel for War Crimes, Dec. 3 1947, HOLLIS olvwork376194, Harvard Law School Library.