4.7 Cubic Feet
5 boxes and 1 oversize folder
2 Digital Object(s)
The Edwin Ginn Library (1938-present) was established in 1938 as the official library for the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (Graduate School of International Affairs). The library was named after donor Edwin Ginn, a former Tufts alumnus who graduated in 1862, and who made significant financial gifts to the university over the course of his life.
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