Mildred Foster Crawford Papers
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Acquisition and Processing Information: These papers were donated to University Archives by Cora L. Unash in January 1979. Collection processed in December 2008.
Mildred F. Crawford, Cora L. Unash, and Helen E. Ross posed on the steps of Old Capitol, second row on the right, with the UI College of Law class of 1928. Three women were in the class. However, the names are not matched with the photograph from the 1928 Hawkeye yearbook.
Scope and Contents
The Mildred Foster Crawford papers include seven notebooks with handwritten College of Law class notes, dated 1924-1927. These courses were offered for credit toward a Juris Doctor degree. The titles of the courses are noted in the box list.
Mildred Foster Crawford was born in 1900 and grew up in West Union, Iowa. She received her B.A. from Upper Iowa College in Fayette, Iowa, in 1925. In fall 1924, Ms. Crawford began her classes at the State University of Iowa College of Law. She received her Juris Doctor degree on June 4, 1928, and graduated with honors. After graduation, she returned to West Union and worked in the law office of H. P. Hancock & Crawford. Mildred Foster Crawford died in West Union of tuberculosis on July 1, 1934.
[D. Anderson; 12/2008]
Records of the College of Law (RG 14.02)
Papers of George Nagle (RG 02.09.25)
Box Contents List
"Contracts," fall semester 1924
"Personal Property," fall semester 1924
"Joint Obligations," spring semester 1925
"Judicial Notice," fall 1926
"Bills and Notes," fall 1926
"Subject Matter of Sale," spring semester 1927
"Suretyship," spring 1927