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This gold-leafed glass sign hung in the bay window of founder Gleason L. Archer's the first floor apartment and advertised Archer's Evening Law School (now Suffolk University Law School) to passersby.

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Taken from a handwritten document in the Suffolk University Archives that appears to be an unfinished speech by Suffolk University founder Gleason Archer, this speech was found in a GI Bill file, and the institution and places it describes still…

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This image is part of a glass lantern slide show created by Suffolk University President Gleason L. Archer in the 1920s for promotional purposes.

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Pictured left to right: Allan Archer; F. Morse Wemple (New England Conservatory); Gleason L. Archer, Jr., kneeling; Mrs. Wemple; Elizabeth Archer

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Pictured left to right: Gleason L. Archer, Jr., Marian Archer, Allan Archer, Gleason L. Archer, Elizabeth Archer

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Pictured left to right: Marian Archer MacDonald, seated, holding Joyce; Gleason L. Archer (President, 1937-1948, and Founder of Suffolk University); Virginia Atkinson Archer; Gleason L. Archer, Jr., seated, holding Gleason L. Archer III; Faith…

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Pictured left to right: Gleason L. Archer (President, 1937-1948, and Founder of Suffolk University); Marian Archer MacDonald; Gleason L. Archer, Jr.; Elizabeth Archer; Allan Archer.

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This image is part of a glass lantern slide show created by Suffolk University President Gleason L. Archer in the 1920s for promotional purposes.

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Postcard message reads: "Here is where I became a lawyer at 9.30 this morning G.L. Archer August 21 '06", addressed to Rev. L.S. Williams (uncle of Gleason L. Archer) in East Wilton, Maine

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Text on the front reads: "Practical Law in Private Class for Young Business Men. Apply at once to G. L. Archer, 826 Old South Building." Handwritten text on the back reads: "Fall Term Oct 17 1905-Dec 21 '05; Winter Jan 2 '06-Mar 23 '06; Spring Apr 3…

Black and white, silent motion picture recording of a fishing trip made by Gleason L. Archer, including shots of Archer and friends gathered on the dock, riding in the fishing boat (possibly Archer's fishing boat "The Queen Bess"), and back on the…

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Postcard message reads: "Here is where I became a lawyer at 9.30 this morning G.L. Archer August 21 '06", addressed to Rev. L.S. Williams (uncle of Gleason L. Archer) in East Wilton, Maine

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Features stories about the 30th anniversary of Law School (SULS), a poem by Agnes Carr "Through the Years" to mark the occasion, and a head shot of Gleason Archer
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