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From the Et Seq Blog
Exhibit – Visualizing Capital Punishment: Spectacle, Shame, and Sympathy
Open to HUID holders in the Caspersen Room, Langdell Hall, weekdays 9 to 5 through June 2023; and open to all online. This Harvard Law School Library exhibit explores the power of visual imagery to change minds about the death penalty. Drawing from material in the Library’s Historical & Special Collections, the exhibit tells a
January 31, 2023
Welcome Back to HLS!
Happy New Year! We hope you had a relaxing break and that 2023 is getting off to a good start. The Library reopens Tuesday, January 3, 2023, and we look forward to seeing and working with you this semester. You can find the Library’s hours here. This charming illustration is a view of the Treasure
January 3, 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.