A Woman Chronicles Her Life as a Law Student, Editor and Attorney from 1944 to 1950 [Scrapbook]. [Glenn, Beverly M]. [Scrapbook Compiled by Columbia University Law Student and Lawyer Beverly M. Glenn]. New York City and Providence, RI, 1944-1950.  pp. Quarto (12-1/2" x 10-1/2"). Three-quarter calf over patterned boards, leaves fastened with leather tie, which is broken. Light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, some chipping to spine ends, joints starting, leaves browned. Approximately 250 photographs, newspaper clippings, letters and documents affixed (with glue or corner fasteners) to rectos and versos of all pages, most with brief annotations. $1,250. * This fascinating and often touching scrapbook records the personal and professional life of a young female lawyer from her days as a law student to the time of her marriage. Glenn, an alumna of the University of Chicago, entered Columbia Law School in 1944, earned her degree in 1947 and became an editor at the New York legal publisher Baker-Voorhis. She passed the bar exam in 1948 and was admitted to practice in 1949. At that time she left her editorial job, established a practice at 30 Broad Street in Manhattan with Edwin M. Bohm and Jacklyn V. Kemper and got engaged to a law-school classmate, J. Emery Long, who was a vice president of the Union Trust Company of Providence, Rhode Island. She married Long in 1950 and the newlyweds established a home in Providence. Items in this scrapbook include an invitation to a moot court, tickets to Columbia football games, the letter certifying Glenn's admission to the NY Bar, letterhead from her law firm on 30 Broad and holiday cards, wedding announcements and photographs of family and friends. The final few items record the early days of her marriage.
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