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Robert Lee Hale papers, 1912-1958

Series II: Teaching materials

Series II contains materials Hale used to teach his classes in the Columbia University economics department and at Columbia University School of Law. These include course outlines, lecture notes, exams, and course readings.

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Box 19 Coercion and Distribution in a Supposedly Non-coercive State



Box 3 Columbia School of Law curriculum studies



Box 22 Course material: Notes and miscellaneous exams



Box 23 Course material: Syllabi, exams, grades, Columbia Law Faculty, 1919-1951

Closed to researchers until 2026.



Box 3 Course outline: Law of Industrial Relations



Box 17 Industrial Relations course materials



Box 4 Course outline: Legal Factors in Economic Society



Box 6 Materials: Legal Factors in Economic Society



Box 3 Examinations — Legal Factors course (including precursor)



Box 12 Legal Factors in Economic Society (editions 1-5), 1935-1947



Box 13 Legal Factors in Economic Society (editions 1-5), 1935-1947



Box 14 Legal Factors in Economic Society (editions 1-5), 1935-1947



Box 15 Legal Factors in Economic Society (editions 1-5), 1935-1947



Box 16 Legal Factors in Economic Society (editions 1-5), 1935-1947



Box 5 Materials from instructor period — Columbia economics department, circa 1913-1918



Box 21 Course material: Notes (mainly on Public Utilities)



Box 5 Public Utilities course materials



Box 6 Social Control in Economic Life course materials



Box 3 Outlines for Social Control in Economic Life course



Box 18 Social Control



Box 19 Social Control