|Creator:||Dillard, Hardy Cross|
|Title:||The Papers of Hardy Cross Dillard|
|Description:||64 boxes; 36 linear feet|
|Location:||SC - Basement|
|Photograph Collection:||View 32 digitized photographs|
|Digitized Content:||32 objects|
|Use Restrictions:||There are no restrictions.|
Collection Description & Arrangement
The papers of Hardy Cross Dillard 1925-1981 were deposited at the Law Library by his widow, Valgerdur Dillard, on 31 October 1984. Most of the records had been stored in file cabinets in the basement of their home. The only part of the collection not found organized in labeled folders was the correspondence dated after 1970; from that point on, Judge Dillard usually did not have secretarial help, so he frequently typed his own letters and kept his files in re-cycled folders.
The labeled folders were arranged in three groups: the oldest, ca. 1930-1960, were comprised of personal and professional correspondence, teaching materials, and law practice files; the second, dating from 1963-1968 when Dillard was dean of the Law School, were of the same nature as the first; and the third, dating from 1970 to 1979, relate to his work on the International Court of Justice. These three groups of subject files have been interfiled alphabetically. The unfoldered correspondence has been filed under the heading "Personal: Correspondence" and arranged chronologically in 80 folders. This material is found in Series I.
The speeches and writings were isolated and arranged alphabetically by title or subject. The folders contain whatever related material was found with the piece. These files, comprising Series II, are especially revealing of the way Dillard worked. He was a popular teacher and speaker whose anecdotes and paradigms seemed to flow spontaneously, but his papers show this was not entirely the case. Articles, speeches, opinions, and even some letters went through many drafts handwritten in pencil on legal pads.
The subject files provide remarkably even coverage of the various facets of Dillard's long career in law and legal education. Predictably dominant are files concerning teaching at the Law School (1927-70) and at several Department of Defense colleges (1946-69). Other files concern his military work include the establishment of the School of Military Government in Charlottesville during World War II, and his related assignments in Europe, as well as his advisory work for the Air Force Academy during the 1960's. Trips to, and related projects on, China, Germany and other European countries are documented. There are files concerning his involvement in such professional organizations as the Association of American Law Schools, the American Bar Association, the American Law Institute, and the American Society of International Law, of which he was president in 1962-63. Sprinkled throughout the collection are materials regarding certain aspects of University life, including several folders on the Honor System. The records of Dillard's term as dean of the Law school are relatively thin because most of them are in the Dean's Papers in the Law School Archives. Dillard's occasional practice of law is documented in several boxes of case material. There are several boxes of International Court of Justice files in Mss 84-8, but the bulk of those records are in Mss 84-8a. Finally, files of a more personal nature include general correspondence and documentation of advisory work for organizations such as the Virginia Quarterly Review and the Virginia Episcopal School, as well as the extensive personal correspondence files (1925-81). Files labelled "Personal" concern strictly family matters. Interested researchers should consult the Dillard Family papers at Alderman Library for documentation of the lives of Hardy's parents and other relatives.
This series contains files of speeches (1949-80) and articles (1942-78). Speech topics include international law and the world court, military issues, law school matters, legal education, civil rights and civic concerns. The articles center around matters of jurisprudence and international law and are followed by reviews of books on issues of international law.
Biographical & Historical Information
Hardy Cross Dillard was born in New Orleans in 1902, the second son of Dr. James H. Dillard and Avarene Budd Dillard. Dr. Dillard, a professor of mathematics, literature and classics, also served as dean at Tulane University. In 1911 the family moved to Paris where Hardy learned French and received his early schooling. Later the family settled in Charlottesville, and Hardy spent most of his preparatory school years at Virginia Episcopal School in Lynchburg. After one year at the University of Virginia, he transferred in 1920 to the U.S. Military Academy. Upon graduation in 1924, he returned to the University of Virginia to study law.
During his law school years, Hardy was an outstanding student and an editor of the Virginia Law Review. After graduation in 1927, he accepted the invitation to serve as acting professor at the Law School for a couple of years. He then spent a year practicing law in New York and a year as a Carnegie Endowment Fellow at the University of Paris before returning to teach law at Virginia where he would remain a member of the faculty until retirement in 1968. Dillard taught and wrote on the subjects of contracts, international law, and jurisprudence, among others. In time he became one of the best loved and most respected members of the Law School community in the twentieth century. In 1963 he began a five-year term as dean. A couple of years after his retirement he was appointed judge on the International Court of Justice at The Hague where he served until 1979.
In tandem with his career in legal education, Dillard had a military career. In 1942 he offered his service to the U.S. Army and quickly achieved the rank of colonel, serving in Europe and the Far East. For many years after the war, he held various advisory positions at the National War College and the U.S. Air Force Academy.
During the turbulent years following the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education, Dillard took a leadership role in opposing Virginia's advocates of massive resistance. In 1955 he argued for the defense before the Virginia Supreme Court in Almond v. Day, a case testing the legality of laws giving veterans' orphans grants to be used for either public or private schooling. Virginia's Comptroller Day had refused to pay these grants on the grounds that they were unconstitutional, and the Court agreed. Through the 1960s Dillard worked determinedly in support of the integration of Virginia's public schools.
Hardy Dillard married Janet Schauffler, and they had a daughter, Joan, and a son, Hardy. Janet died in 1970, and two years later Hardy married Valgerdur Dent. He died in Charlottesville in 1982.
Chronology of Hardy Cross Dillard's Life
|1902||Born in New Orleans, Louisiana on 23 October to James Hardy and Avarene Lippincott Budd Dillard|
|1911-1912||Lived in France and attended a French Lycee|
|1915-1916||Attended high school in Charlottesville, Virginia|
|1916-1919||Attended and graduated from Virginia Episcopal School, Lynchburg, Va.|
|1919-1920||Attended University of Virginia|
|1920-1924||Attended and graduated from United States Military Academy|
|1924-1927||Attended and graduated from University of Virginia Law School|
|1926||Summer law clerk, Price, Smith and Spillman, Charleston, W. Va.|
|1927||Admitted to Virginia Bar|
|1927-1929||Acting Assistant Professor, University of Virginia Law School|
|1928||Travelled in England, France, Italy and Algiers|
|1929-1930||Practiced law at Gregg and Church, New York, N.Y.|
|1930-31||Carnegie Endowment Fellow, (Faculte de droit,) University of Paris|
|1931-1933||Acting assistant (associate?) professor, University of Virginia Law School|
|1932, -33||Summer associate, Davis, Polk, Wardell, Gardiner and Reed, New York, N.Y.|
|1933-38||Associate Professor, University of Virginia School of Law|
|1934||Married Janet Gray Schauffler|
|1935||Birth of Joan Jarvis Dillard|
|1937-1940||Assistant Dean, University of Virginia Law School|
|1937-1940||Advisory Editor, Virginia Quarterly Review|
|1938-1970||Professor, University of Virginia Law School|
|1937||Birth of Hardy Schauffler Dillard|
|1938- 1942||Director, Institute of Public Affairs|
|1942||Major, U.S. Army; promoted to Lt. Colonel, same year|
|1942-1945||Received command and staff assignments in Europe and Far East; awarded Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster and Bronze Star Medal|
|1943||Promoted to Colonel, U.S. Army|
|1943-1944||Director of Academic Instruction, School for Military Government|
|1946||First Director of Studies, National War College|
|1947-1950||Consultant, Brookings Institution|
|1947||Resumed teaching at University of Virginia Law School|
|1948||Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve|
|1949-52||Member of Board of Consultants, National War College|
|1949||Member, Civilian Advisory Group, National War College|
|1950||Active duty in International Section, Pentagon; Legal Consultant, Office of High Commissioner for Germany; Lecturer, France and Germany|
|1951-1954||Member, Board of Consultants, National War College|
|1952-1961||Trustee, Virginia Episcopal School|
|1953||Fulbright Lecturer, Oxford University|
|1953-1957||Summer active duty, Judge Advocate General's School|
|1956||Civilian Consultant, Army War College|
|1956-1962||Editor, Virginia Bar News|
|1957||Carnegie Lecturer, Hague Academy of International Law|
|1957||Recipient, Raven Award|
|1957||Consultant, NATO Defense College in France|
|1958-1970||James Monroe Professor of Law, University of Virginia Law School|
|1962||Secretary, Defense Committee on Non-technical Instruction in Armed Forces|
|1962||Lecturer, Egyptian Society of International Law and University of Cairo|
|1962-1963||Visiting Professor of Law, Columbia University|
|1962-1963||President, American Society of International Law|
|1963- 1979||Member of Council, American Law Institute|
|1963- 1968||Dean, University of Virginia Law School|
|1965||Member, Virginia Magna Charta Commission|
|1965||Member, Special Advisory Committee, Air Force Academy|
|1966-1970||Permanent Advisory Council, Air Force Academy|
|1966||Sibley Lecturer, University of Georgia|
|1967||Recipient, Thomas Jefferson Award, University of Virginia|
|1967||Member, UNESCO Committee on the Role of UNESCO in the Teaching and Dissemination of International Law|
|1967||Tucker Lecturer, Washington and Lee Law School|
|1967||Bailey Lecturer, Louisiana State University|
|1968||Member, Virginia Commission on Constitution Revision|
|1970||Recipient of Distinguished Civilian Award, U.S. Air Force|
|1970-1979||Judge, International Court of Justice, The Hague|
|1970||Death of Janet Schauffler Dillard|
|1971||Member, Arbitral Tribunal, Beagle Channel Case between Chile and Argentina|
|1971||Recipient of Honorary Degree, Tulane University|
|1972||Married Valgerdur Nielsen Dent|
|1976||Recipient of Honorary Degree, Washington College, Maryland|
|1977||Mooers Lecturer, American University|
|1979||Recipient of the Wolfgang Friedman Memorial Award, Columbia University|
|1979||Honorary President, American Law Institute|
|1982||Died on 12 May in Charlottesville, Virginia|
|1989||Hardy S. Dillard died in February|
|Donor Information||The papers of Hardy Cross Dillard, 1925-1981, were deposited at the Law Library by his widow, Valgerdur Dillard, on 31 October 1984.|
- Active Duty--JAG Theses 1954 Sept.
- Advisory Committee: NATO Defense College 1957
- Aesthetics n.d.
- Air Force Academy 1965-68
- Advisory Council 1966-69 [3 folders]
- Advisory Council's Final Report 1965 May
- Clippings ca. 1965
- Miscellany 1966-1969
- Air War College 1960-1969 [2 folders]
- Air War College--AFA Honor Code Study 1966
- Alumni Association (Dean's File as Secretary) 1965-67
- Alumni Association Dinner for HCD 1969-70
- Alumni File: Dillard Fund 1968-69
- American Academy of Political and Social Science 1969
- American Arbitration Association 1966-67
- American Bar Association (ABA): Bar Examination 1966
- ABA: Committee on Education about Communism 1963-1968
- ABA: HCD (Personal) 1964-68
- ABA: ICJ Selection Committee 1980
- ABA: Law and Security Committee 1979 [4 folders]
- ABA: Meeting in Atlanta 1976
- Municipal Law Section 1935-40
- ABA: Portland Meeting 1979
- American Bar Foundation 1966-69
- American Journal of International Law(AJIL) 1961-69 [2 folders]
- AJIL--Miscellany 1978-79
- American Law Book Company: Legal Bibliography 1932-34
- American Law Institute (ALI) 1968-69
- ALI: Association of American Law Schools 1933
- ALI: Helms Letter 1966-67
- ALI: Miscellany 1975-81 [2 folders]
- ALI-ABA: Houston Conference 1981
- American Society of International Law (ASIL) 1963-1969 [2 folders]
- ASIL: AJIL 1962
- ASIL: Annual Meeting 1962
- ASIL: Bar Admission Policy 1960
- ASIL: Briggs, Herbert (Circular Letter) 1960
- ASIL: Committees 1961, -62 [2 folders]
- ASIL: Miscellaneous Committee Correspondence 1960
- ASIL: Committee Documents 1961-62
- ASIL: Cornell Meeting 1960 June
- ASIL: Correspondence re Federalism 1961-62
- ASIL: Executive Committee 1963
- ASIL: Executive Council 1958-62, -81 [3 folders]
- ASIL: 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting 1956 Mar.
- ASIL: Ford Foundation Grant 1961
- ASIL: ICJ Nomination 1960
- ASIL: Miscellaneous 1960 [4 folders]
- ASIL: Newsletters 1962
- ASIL: Presidency 1962
- ASIL: Program Committee 1961
- ASIL: Regular Meeting 1955-56
- Armed Forces Industrial College 1949-50
- Armed Forces Staff College 1956-69 [2 folders]
- Army Operations Research Office 1960-61
- Army: Reserve Duty 1952; 1954-61 [2 folders]
- Army Stuff [Civil Affairs/Military Government Course Materials] 1951-1962
- Army War College 1951-52; 1963
- Army War College (Armed Forces Staff College): JAG School Teaching Material 1959-61
- Army War College: Correspondence 1947-60
- Army War College: Lecture Notes [1967-68]
- Association of American Law Schools (AALS) 1935-36
- AALS: Appraisal Committee 1966
- AALS: Committee on Graduate Instruction 1965
- AALS: Committee on Legal Education for Negroes 1964-67 [3 folders]
- AALS: Contracts Committee 1949
- AALS: Executive Committee 1965-68 [3 folders]
- AALS: Financial Committee 1965-68
- AALS: Florida Inspection 1964
- AALS: Government Relations Committee 1968-69
- AALS: Humanities Committee 1966-69 [2 folders]
- AALS: Incorporation 1966
- AALS: Meeting in Chicago 1952
- AALS: Miscellaneous 1969-79
- AALS: U.S.-Soviet Conference 1965
- Bailey Lecture 1967
- Battle Case 1957
- Behavioral Science Correspondence [for Law and Behavioral Science Conference] 1956
- Bendetson Report 1963
- Beta Theta Pi 1954
- Beukena, Col. [Bureau of Public Relations] 1941-42
- Bibliography n.d.
- Bowman, A.C. 1951
- Bricker Amendment 1954
- Broadside of a new book on socialism [1930's]
- Brookings Institution 1947-54 [4 folders]
- Brooks, Cleanth: Text of talk, Poetry in the Age of Anxiety; marked by HCD 1947
- Building File 1968
- Buxton, Joseph E. 1950-52
- Buxton Memorial (Alumni Fund) 1955
- Carter, Henry 1951-52
- Center for Oceans Law and Policy 1978
- China 1966 [2 folders]
- China: Notes and Clippings re Sino-Japanese War 1932-33
- China Recognition 1954, -66 [4 folders]
- China Trip 1945 [4 folders]
- Civil Affairs/Military Government [Miscellaneous Notes and Documents] 1945-56
- Civil Affairs/Military Government Study 1950-51
- Civil Affairs Holding and Staging Area: Correspondence 1945
- Civil Affairs Holding and Staging Area: Planning 1945
- Civil Affairs Training 1942-45
- Civil Disobedience [and the Vietnam Question] 1966-68
- Clippings: Miscellaneous [1920-1980] [2 folders]
- Columbia University 1962-62
- Commission on Constitutional Revision (CCR) 1967-69 [2 folders]
- CCR: Memo on Section 16 [now sect. 15: Qualities necessary to preservation of free government] [c. 1968]
- Committee on Non-Military Instruction 1962 [2 folders]
- Committee on Non-Military Instruction: Clippings 1962
- Conferences 1948
- Conference on Ethics and Foreign Policy 1977
- Conference: France, Her Allies, and the Future 1958
- Conference: Law and the Behavioral Sciences 1956
- Conference: The Presidency and the International Environment 1980
- Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion 1952
- Congratulatory Letters to New Partners 1964-69
- Continuing Legal Education (CLE) 1960 [2 folders]
- CLE: Practical Lawyer File 1969
- Contracts: Correspondence 1933-41
- Contractual Relations Committee 1960-64
- Council on Foreign Relations 1951
- Cranberg File 1968
- Dobie, A.M. 1963-1965
- Cuban Crisis 1964
- Draft Act 1942
- Egypt Trip 1962
- England Trip: Correspondence 1953
- Estoppel: Ford Case n.d.
- Faculty Senate: Athletics Committee 1954
- F.B.I.: Confidential n.d.
- Federalism Conference 1962
- Finnegan, Mark 1956
- Ford Foundation Faculty Fellowship 1962-63
- France Trip 1944-45
- Fulbright Conference n.d.
- Fulbright Program 1950-51
- Gag Law 1963
- German Course 1950
- German Students: Bibliography and Study Program [1948?]
- German Students: Correspondence 1951-52 [3 folders]
- German Students: Financial Records 1951-52
- German Students: Housing 1951
- German Students: Insurance 1951-52
- German Students: Memoranda 1951-52
- German Students: Records and Applications 1951
- German Students: Travel 1951
- German Trainee Program #3 (Planning Reports) 1951-52
- Germany Trip 1950-51 [3 folders]
- Germany Trip: Lectures, Notes 
- Germany Trip: Report 1950-51
- Guenther, Alfred M. 1949-51
- Hague Ideas n.d.
- Heller Bill 1940
- Holmes-Pollock Correspondence (Quotes) n.d.
- Honor Committee: Dean Case 1960-61
- Honor Committee: Notes 1928
- Honor System 1968
- Honor System: Crosby Case 1934-39
- Hopkins Project (Military Government) 1958
- Humanities Council: AALS 1968-69
- Human Rights Covenant 1953
- Immigration 1964
- Institute of Air and Space Law 1963-64
- Institute of Public Affairs 1950, -52 [3 folders]
- International Cooperation Year (ICY) 1965
- International Court of Justice (ICJ): Bulletin 1970-77
- ICJ: Confidential Information Bulletin 1978-81 [3 folders]
- ICJ: Department of State Study 1969-70
- ICJ: Dillard Correspondence 1969-70
- ICJ: Dillard Handwritten Notes [1971-78]
- ICJ: Dillard Notes on books n.d.
- ICJ: Dillard Statements 1971-76
- ICJ: Dillard Suggested Emendations n.d.
- ICJ: Great Britain v. France (Draft Decision) 1977
- ICJ: Iran Case 1979 [2 folders]
- ICJ: Material for Gros Article 
- ICJ: Miscellaneous Confidential Documents 1975-81
- ICJ: Miscellaneous Documents 1971-81 [3 folders]
- ICJ: Miscellaneous Published Documents 1971-81
- ICJ: Printed Material 1960's-70's
- ICJ: Registrar's Notes on Cases 1970, -76, -77
- ICJ: Speeches by Others 1973-81
- ICJ: Tudor v. Romania 1979
- ICJ: U.S. v. Canada (Gulf of Maine Case) 1979
- International Law: Correspondence 1940
- Interstate Crime Commission 1935
- Interuniversity Communication Council (INTERCOM) 1965
- Introductions 1940
- Johnson, Joseph E. 1951
- Judge Advocate General (JAG)--2 weeks: Teaching Material 1953
- Katz, Milton 1967
- Kolb, C.E.M.: The Jurisprudence of Judge H. C. Dillard 1978
- Law Day 1959-69 [3 folders]
- Law School 1948-49
- Law School: Administration 1967
- Law School Business (while HCD was on leave at Columbia) 1963
- Law School: Committee to Select a Dean 1967
- Law School: Curriculum Committee 1941, n.d.
- Law School: Dean's Correspondence 1968
- Law School: Faculty Recommendations 
- Law School Foundation 1955 (1960-69), -77 [3 folders]
- Law School: The Purpose of the Institution 1964
- Law School: Library Committee 1948-79 [5 folders]
- Law School: Memoranda, Report, Committees, etc 1955-81
- Lawyers for Johnson and Humphrey 1968
- Leebrick, K. C. 1950
- Legal Writing: Dillard Fellows 1979
- Leibman, Morris 1968-69
- Letters of Credit 
- Long-term Contracts [HCD--S.H. Mudd] 1950
- Magna Carta Commission 1965
- Marine Corps Schools 1965-67
- Mason, Armistead M. 1963-65
- McDougal, Myres 1963-68
- Memorabilia: Personal and/or UVa related 1878-1979
- Military Government 1945
- Military Government Information 1942-45
- Military Government-Japan 
- [Miscellaneous] Future Attention--Delayed 1979
- Miscellaneous and Need--[Notes, Research] n.d., 1967
- Mississippi Case 1968-69
- Monroe Bicentennial Commission: Correspondence 1958
- Moore, John Bassett 1931-39
- Mummery, David 1969
- National War College (NWC): Copies c. 1946, n.d.
- NWC: Correspondence 1946-52; -62, -68 [4 folders]
- NWC: Course Changes, First Semester 1951
- NWC: Curriculum 1946
- NWC: Curriculum Suggestions 1946
- NWC: Dillard's Notebook 1946
- NWC: Gen. Gruenther 1947-48
- NWC: Kennan Project 1946-47
- NWC: Lecture Program and Schedules 1946
- NWC: Military Government 1952-56
- NWC: Teaching Materials 1946 [4 folders]
- NWC: Security in the Atomic Age 1947
- NWC: Seminar Topics c. 1946
- NWC: Speech Notes 1957-62
- NWC: Spring Trip 1947
- NWC: Symposium 1946
- NWC: Vouchers (Dillard's) 1946-47
- Naval War College: Correspondence 1955-68
- Naval War College: Notes [1955-65]
- Naval War College: Teaching Material 1964-68
- Note Cards: Book Extracts for Researcher (kept in a file) n.d.
- Note Cards: Miscellaneous n.d.
- Notes [some for a 1977 Conference] 1977, n.d.
- Notes and Drafts 1980
- Notes: Excerpts [1955-65]
- Notes: Fragmentary Quotes [1937-1961]
- Notes: Lectures-1947 1947
- Notes: Miscellaneous 1957, 1980, n.d. [3 folders]
- Notes: Miscellaneous Book Extracts n.d.
- Notes: Miscellaneous References n.d.
- Notes: Political Questions--Law and Diplomacy n.d.
- Notes: Scribblings n.d.
- Notes: Televised Wisecrack n.d.
- Notes: Various Quotes and Aphorisms n.d.
- Contracts; Cases on Contracts n.d.
- Equity Jurisprudence; Code Pleading; Common Law Pleading; Virginia Pleading; Constitutional Law; Practice 1925-26
- Federal Procedure 1927
- Gradebook n.d.
- International Law; Legal Bibliography 1932, n.d.
- International Relations n.d.
- Law of Partnership; German Grammar n.d.
- Legal History; Review for Bar Exam 1927
- Notes on various subjects taken at the University of Paris 1930-31 [2 books and loose pages]
- Private Corporations 1926
- Real property 1925-26
- Torts; Bailments 1925
- Wills 1926
- NATO War College 1951
- NATO Defense College 1957-58
- Nuremberg: Clippings 1945
- Nuremberg: Eichman--Notes and Documents 1946-69
- Nuremberg: Notes and Documents 1942-60 [2 folders]
- Offer and Acceptance [J. H. Mudd c/0 HCD] n.d.
- Order of the Coif 1955-56
- Pending Matters 1969
- Personal: Army Data 1942
- Personal: Biographical Data 1947-81
- Personal: Correspondence 1925-1981 [80 folders]
- Personal: J. H. Dillard Estate 1946-59
- Personal: A. L. Dillard Estate 1950-58 [2 folders]
- Personal: H. C. Dillard Fan Mail 1967
- Personal: J. H. Dillard 1968
- Personal: H. S. Dillard 1952
- Personal: Expenses 1962; 1965-69
- Personal: Family Matters 1955-56
- Personal: Park Hill Rental 1953-1954
- Personal: Records 1924-81, n.d.
- Personal: Rugby Road Fire 1954-65
- Personal: Underhill, Lewis K. 1946
- Phi Beta Kappa 1948
- Pittsburgh Seminar 1957
- Potter, William S. 1966-69
- Practice: Afroyim v. Rusk 1966
- Practice: Almond v. Day 1955
- Practice: Charlottesville City Code n.d.
- Practice: Connecticut Valley Enterprises v. U.S. 1961-62
- Practice: Honeywell v. Arlington A.C. Co. 1956 [2 folders]
- Practice: Knud-Neilson v. Monika Grimm 1977
- Practice: Lukens Steel Co./United Steelworkers 1947
- Practice: Maryland Shipbuilding v. Martin Marietta 1963-64
- Practice: Roanoke Minimum Wage Schedules n.d.
- Practice: WCHS-TV 1957
- Practice: Taiwan Fertilizer v. HRI 1959
- Practice: Terrell Case 1949-51
- Publications: Reading Guide 1948
- Ramazani, Rouhollah 1953-54
- Requests to speak, write, attend, etc 1969
- Ribble-Gooch File [Restricted] 1965
- Ritchie, John 1963
- Robertson, Willis 1963
- Rogers, Frank 1968
- Russia 1945-46
- School of Military Government (SMG)--Clippings 1942, -43, -46
- SMG--Correspondence 1941-42
- SMG--Memoranda 1942
- SMG--Lectures 1942-43
- SMG--"Rogers Report" 1942
- Segregation 1955-65
- Service Academy Board: Social Science Panel 1949
- Seven Society 1968
- Sforza Correspondence 1940-41
- Sovereign Immunity n.d.
- State Department 1965-69
- Student Recommendations 1934-41
- Teaching Materials: Contracts 1930-68 [46 folders]
- Teaching Material: International Law 1930-69 [47 folders]
- Teaching Materials: Jurisprudence/Legal Philosophy 1930-61 [39 folders]
- Teaching Material: Public Corporations 1930-68 [3 folders]
- Teaching Material: Miscellaneous 1931-69 [21 folders]
- Thank-you Cards n.d.
- The Research Group: Research Materials 1977
- Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands 1964
- Tucker Lecture at Washington and Lee Law School 1967
- UN-Foreign Relations n.d.
- UNESCO 1967-69
- U.S. Department of Labor: Foundry Committee 1941
- U.S. Military Academy: Class of 1924 1965
- U.S. Naval Academy 1949
- University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Inauguration 1957
- University: General 1968
- Virginia Bar Association 1947-79 [5 folders]
- Virginia Bar Association: Annual Meeting 1967
- Virginia Bar Association: Committee on Legal Conferences 1947
- Virginia Bar Association: Executive Committee 1968-69
- Virginia Bar News 1961-63
- Virginia Episcopal School (VES) 1963-69
- VES: Board of Trustees 1955-60
- VES: Board of Trustees--Headmaster Search 1955-61
- VES: Executive Committee 1954-55
- VES: Race Policy 1956-59
- VES, Woodbury, St. Anne's 1956-66
- Virginia Journal of International Law(VJIL) 1968
- VJIL: Salute to Dillard 1968
- Virginia Law Review 1957-61
- Virginia Quarterly Review 1947-69 [3 folders]
- Visitors' Lectures 1940-41
- Weigert, Hans 1952
- Wechsler, Herbert 1960, 1977, n.d.
- Printed material and notes
- West Point Student Conference on Foreign Affairs 1952
- William and Mary 1950
- Williamsburg International Assembly 1964-65
- Willrich, Mason 1968
- Wolfers, Arnold 1946, 1951-52
- Woltz to Shannon Memorandum 1964
- Woodrow Wilson School of Foreign Affairs 1948-50 [2 folders]
- World Peace Foundation 1935-36
- World Peace through Law Committee 1963-68
- Yale Offer 1955-56
- Air War College: Notes 1963
- Alumni--Washington, D.C. 1964, -68, -72
- Alumni--New York: Notes 1979
- Alumni: Notes and Drafts 1964-66
- Alumni Dinner: Remarks and Introduction of Monrad Paulsen 1968
- American Association of the Netherlands: Notes 1973-74
- The American Democracy and World Affairs 1955
- American Foreign Policy in a Post-Munich World n.d.
- American Law and the Legal Order--Theorectical Framework 
- Lecture given in Germany
- American Law Institute: Notes 1970
- American Society of International Law (ASIL): Notes 1963-67
- ASIL--Annual Meeting: Notes 1963
- ASIL: Notes 1970, n.d.
- ASIL: Notes 1973
- ASIL: "Remarks" by HCD at 75th Meeting 1981
- Armed Forces Staff College: Notes 1954-63; 72
- Army War College: Notes 1954, 61
- Association of American Law Schools: "Appointment Dilemmas" 1963
- Base of American Foreign Policy 1949
- Battle (William) Banquet 1964
- The Bricker Amendment 1954
- Brussels--"Cercle des Jurists": Notes 1971
- C & G Staff College: Notes 1966
- Canadian Defense College 1957
- The Changing Nature of International Conflict 1954
- Charleston Speech Notes 1946; 1958
- Charlottesville--Albemarle Bar Association 1973; 1977
- [China Speech] 
- The Civil Rights Bill--Some Abstract Observations 1963
- Class of '38 Reunion 1968
- Class of '40 Twenty-fifth Reunion 1965
- Class of '65 1965
- Classes of '66 and '67 1966, -67
- Club du Jendi: NOtes 1975
- Command Staff College Speech 1966
- Conference [?]: Notes 1977
- Conflict and Change--The Role of Law 1963
- Confusion and Consensus [University of Baltimore Commencement] 1968
- The Constitutional Framework of U.S. Foreign Policy 1952-55 [3 folders]
- Cooper Union Address 
- The Covenants of Human Rights--Conflicting Views 1953
- Covington and Burling 1972
- Cuba Speech n.d.
- The Current Role of the State in International Affairs 1959, -60
- Dillard Testimonial Dinners: Notes 1970, n.d. [2 folders]
- The Dimensions of Learning in a Free Society 1957
- [Dissenting Partner?] n.d.
- Egypt Speeches: Notes 1962
- Ely Lauterpacht's paper... n.d.
- The Enduring Mission of a Law School--Some Reflections n.d.
- Engineering School Lectures 1956, -60, n.d.
- Federal Protection, Civil Rights: Notes 1954
- Fletcher (Walter) Speech 1966
- Foreign Policy and Germany 1948
- Foreign Service Institute: Notes 1961
- The Function of International Law in International Relations 1960
- Germany Lectures Delivered in Germany: Notes and Outlines 1953 [3 folders]
- Germany Lectures Delivered at U.Va.: Notes 1950
- Government as an Element of Power 1956
- Hague Lectures: Notes and Drafts 1957-58; -73
- Harvard Law School Association of Europe: Notes 1971
- The Higher and the Lower Learning 1939; -53
- Hillel: Notes 1957
- Honor Lectures Delivered at UVa and the Air Force Academy: Notes 1947-1970; n.d. [3 folders]
- Humor: Notes and Anecdotes 
- Improving Legal Education n.d.
- India's Application--Some Preliminary Observations n.d.
- Insurrection in East Germany n.d.
- International Conflict and Means of Resolution 1955
- International Law and Some Contemporary Problems--Delivered at W & L 1967
- Interpretation and Measurement n.d.
- [Iran]--Suggested Remarks n.d.
- Jefferson High School: Notes n.d.
- Jefferson Today n.d.
- Jefferson's Birthday--Delivered at Monticello 1952
- John Bassett Moore Society: Notes 1979
- John Bassett Moore Society--The Role of Law in the Cold War: Notes n.d.
- Judge Advocate General (JAG) Addresses 1950-65
- Jurisprudence or Legal Philosophy n.d.
- Jurisprudencia [Speech in Spanish] n.d.
- Law and Conduct of International Relations 1953
- Law and Diplomacy [1950's]; n.d. [2 folders]
- Law and Fallacies [Fragments] n.d.
- Law and Foreign Policy 
- Law and Logic 1969
- Law and Moral Problems 1958
- Law Day Speech n.d.
- Law, Diplomacy and Conflict: Notes 1959
- Law, Policy and the World Court--Some Suggested Misconceptions n.d.
- The Law School and International Law 1947
- Law School Speeches 1949-64
- Law Students--Delivered to Incoming Class 1977
- Law Wives--Notes 1947, -55, -57
- Lillich [?]: Notes 1978
- Logic, Wisdom and the Honor System n.d.
- Marine Corps Scholars: Notes 1965
- Medical School Lectures: Notes and Outlines 1956-69
- Michael Ceremony--Remarks on J. Harry Michael's Elevation to the Bench 1980
- Military Government 1950-60 [3 folders]
- Mooers Lecture--American University 1977 [2 folders]
- National War College Lectures 1948-61[2 folders]
- Naturalization Ceremony at Monticello 1963
- Naval Academy: Notes 1949
- Naval War College: Notes 1960, n.d.
- Neutrality Issue: Notes 1939, n.d.
- New York Symposium: Notes 1971
- [ROTC]: Notes 1952
- Phi Beta Kappa--Delivered at William and Mary: Notes 1950
- Power and Persuasion: The Complex Role of Military in Government n.d.
- Presentation of Portrait of Armistead Mason Dobie 1965
- Princeton: Notes 1950
- Public Policy and Private Preference n.d.
- The Quest for Learning--Delivered at Norfolk Academy 1964
- Rational Decision-Making and the Segregation Issue n.d.
- Raven Society [and Higher Education] 1955
- Reflections of an Antique Professor turned Baby Judge--Delivered at the Friedman Banquet at Columbia 1979
- Relative Values--English and American Systems of Legal Education--Delivered at Southeastern Conference of AALS 1960
- Ribble Tribute 
- Richmond: Notes 1947
- Richmond Kiwanis 1955
- The Rise of the Nation State and Nationalism n.d.
- The Role of Law 1949
- The Role of Law in International Relations 1980
- The Rise of Law in Resolving Conflict n.d.
- The Role of ICJ--Manifestations of Concern n.d.
- The Role of the Nation-State in International Affairs 1958
- Rotary: Notes 1979
- School of Military Government: Notes 1946
- School of Business Administration: Notes 1959
- Speech at Sons of the American Revolution 1958
- The State, Law and Diplomacy in Today's International Affairs 1962
- Structure of the Modern State--Delivered at the Brookings Institution 1954
- The Treaty-Making Controversy [re Bricker Amendment] [1954?]
- Trials and Tribulations of Courts and Lawyers--Judicial Creativity and the Law 1968
- The University and Contemporary Strains 1953
- University of Cincinnati Law School: Notes 1970
- University of Georgia Law School: Notes 1966
- University of Pennsylvania Law School: Notes 1964
- Vietnam: Notes 1963-65
- Virginia Bar Association: Notes 1973
- Virginia Bar Association: The Battered Image of the Lawyer 1979
- Virginia Journal of International Law: Notes 1977, -79
- Virginia Trial Lawyers of Association 1980
- A Visitor Looks at Columbia 1962
- Washington Institute of Public Affairs 1971
- Wechsler (Herbert): Draft of Speech n.d.
- West Point Talk on Nationalism 1948
- West Germany and the West n.d.
- Widening Access to the ICJ n.d.
- William and Mary Speeches 1980; n.d.
- The World Court:--Delivered at Society of the Cincinnati in Richmond 1973
- The World Court: An Insider's View 1971; n.d.
- The World Court--Retrospect and Prospect n.d.
- The World Court: Some Reflections of a Professor Turned Judge n.d.
- World Court Speeches: Notes and Fragments of Drafts n.d.
- Speech Fragments [1960's]
- Miscellaneous Unidentified Speech: Notes n.d.
- The Anatomy of Problems of Communication n.d.
- China, the United Nations and United States Policy 1966-67 [3 folders]
- The Comity of Nations 1957
- Comment on Humanities and the Law 1964
- Comment on Koessler Article: The International Law on Belligerent Espionage n.d.
- Comment on N.Y.U. Policy Paper Dealing with . . . Rhodesia n.d.
- Continuing Legal Education: Around the Country. . . 1969
- Functionalism 1942
- Hints on Writing and Research 1953
- The Judge Advocate General and His Environment 1952
- Law and Learning 1963
- The Law and Nations n.d.
- Law, Policy, and the World Court n.d.
- A National Bar Examination--Tentative Appraisal 1966
- The Policy-Oriented Approach to Law--Some Questions [1960's] [7 folders]
- Public Policy and Private Choice n.d.
- The Responsibility of Law Teachers in a Time of Challenge 1964
- Revolution, Recognition and Representative: Current Dilemmas and variations [article(s) about China] n.d.
- The Role of the Institute of Public Affairs 1951
- Some Aspects of Law and Diplomacy 1957; 1978 [2 folders]
- Suggested Topics [on International Law] n.d.
- Unidentified Article n.d.
- Unidentified Article--Footnotes n.d.
- Abortive Articles n.d.
- Book Reviews
- Biddle, Francis. The World's Best Hope c. 1948
- Bradley, Can We Stay Out of War and Thomas, War: No Glory, No Profit, No Need 
- Deutsch, Eberhard: HCD's discussion of his book in a letter to ED 1978
- Dulles and Armstrong, Can We Be Neutral? 
- Dunn, Frederick Sherwood. The Protection of Nationals ca. 1932
- Harley, John Eugene. International Understanding ca. 1932
- Howe, Mark deW. Holmes-Pollock Letters n.d.
- Kennan, George. American Diplomacy 1951
- Pufendorf, Samuel. Elementorum Jurisprudentiae Libri Duo c. 1932
- Schacter, Oscar. Sharing the World's Resources 1980
- Schacter, Oscar. The Just Sharing of Global Resources 1977
- Stone and Simpson. Law and Society [1949?]
- Von Mehren, A. T. The Civil Law System 
- Wormser, Rene. The Law: The Story of Lawmakers. . . 
- Correspondence and Notes re Book Reviews 1948-50
- Notes for Articles and Book Reviews c. 1932
- Government/Military Charts for the U.S., China, and the Allied Powers 1945-47 5 charts
- Maps of France (with annotations), Germany, China, Asia and the world 1938 13 maps
- German poster announcing a lecture by HCD, Die verfassungmassigen Grundlagen der amerikanischen Aussenpolitik [1953?]
- Copy of the Translation of the Magna Charta n.d.
- HCD and other officers aboard the U.S.S. Randolph, along with picture of the Randolph[?] c. 1945 Photo Collection
- HCD with F. D. G. Ribble and John Ritchie Early 1950's Photo Collection
- HCD at various war colleges 1962, -66, -67 Photo Collection
- HCD lecturing to a group [1964?] Photo Collection
- HCD delivering lecture [1964?] Photo Collection
- HCD with a group of students [1964?] Photo Collection
- HCD with two unidentified women 1968 Photo Collection
- HCD with Senator William Spong and Dean Monrad Paulsen 1968 Photo Collection
- HCD in World Court robe c. 1970 Photo Collection
- Class of '27 with their wives [1960's] Photo Collection
- Class of '29 with HCD and F. D. G. Ribble 1959 Photo Collection
- Law School Faculty [1965?] Photo Collection
- Unidentified group of men including HCD, A. E. Dick Howard and Dan Meador n.d. Photo Collection
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