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The Hugo Black Study at the Bounds Law Library
Posted on Monday October 22, 2018

This post offers a glimpse into the home study of United States Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black through descriptions of its furnishings and numerous books. Several books illustrate Black’s significant interest in the classics while Martin Luther King, Jr.’s book, Stride Toward Freedom, provides an example of the many books Black received as gifts containing interesting inscriptions.

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