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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 the construction of an addition to the Archer Building on the Suffolk University campus, 20 Derne Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

The group includes Suffolk Law School faculty and alumni, including: Herbert Lemelman, Congressman John Joseph Moakley, Edward J. Bander.

Pictured: Board of Trustees Chairman John E. Fenton, Dean David J. Sargent (Law), William O. Douglas, ??

Ivorey Cobb, a 1960 Suffolk University Law School graduate became the first African American to be appointed as a judge in New Hampshire in 1964.

Pictured (left to right): Steven Kramer; Professor Catherine T. Judge; Superior Court Judge Joseph R. Nolan; Patricia McGrath

Suffolk University Dean Frederick McDermott (Law), Melvin Belli, and Paul Wong,
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