Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Bulletins and Connections, 1933 -- 2020

This collection has:

1.1 Linear Feet
33 Volumes
32 Digital Object(s)
28.1 Megabytes
Of the 32 digital objects in this series, 16 have extent information comprising 28.1 MB.

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy was established in 1933 by a bequest from Austin Barclay Fletcher, late president of the Board of Trustees and lifetime benefactor of Tufts. Fletcher's gift of $1,000,000 was intended to finance a school of law and diplomacy, but it was nearly ten years after his death before the Fletcher School opened its doors. When it did so, in the midst of the Great Depression and with the collaboration of Harvard University, the Fletcher School became the first graduate-only school of international affairs in the United States.

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