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George Wesley Burgess Lecture Notes, undated
George Wesley Burgess, lawyer, attended class sessions at the University of Virginia through at least 1871 to 1873. He was a member of the Law Department and the Class of 1873. Burgess may have obtained a B. L. and/or LLB from the University of Louisiana in 1874. In 1921, his place of residence was listed as 426 N. Boulevard, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Sources: Directory of the Living Alumni of the University of Virginia: Centennial Edition. Edited by Lewis D. Crenshaw. Compiled by the Alumni Office University of Virginia. Charlottesville: The University of Virginia Press, 1921.
Nash, Joseph van Holt. Students of the University of Virginia: A Semi-Centennial Catalogue, with Brief Biographical Sketches. Baltimore: Charles Harvey & Co., Publishers, 1878.
The George Wesley Burgess lecture notes, undated, include one manuscript volume of notes on the law pasted to pages of Burgess' University of Virginia lecture notes. Annotations remark on differences found in Texas law.
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George Wesley Burgess Lecture Notes, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
This collection was processed by Briscoe Center staff. Subsequent revisions were made by Rebecca Wells, May 2021.