Papers include copies of speech and articles, memorials, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Speeches include “Advising Management” [on legal issues] and a graduation speech from the 1926 commencement exercises from the University of Virginia. Articles include “A Substitute for the Bricker Amendment” from the Virginia Law Review and a resolution from Huntington Galleries mourning Brown. Clippings include obituaries about Brown’s death. Correspondence focuses on planning a memorial for Brown after his death, as well as the dedication of Walter L. Brown Hall at the University of Virginia School of Law.
Special collections material is obtained from many sources and is intended primarily for research and educational purposes. Certain works may be protected by copyright, trademark, or related interests not governed by the department. It is up to the researcher to verify that they have permission to use these materials for publication or other activities.
Access and Use
For more information or to use any of these collections, contact:
Special Collections, Morrow Library
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, WV 25755
Walter Lindsey Brown Papers, 1926-1979, Accession No. 1980/04.0297, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.