Treasures of the Riesenfeld Center
An online exhibit from the Arthur C. Pulling Rare Books Collection

Drawn exclusively from the Arthur C. Pulling Rare Books Collection of the University of Minnesota Law Library, "Treasures of the Riesenfeld Center" highlights the diversity of materials included in the Collection as well as the broad sweep of time represented by its books. This exhibit traces the development of legal thought and publishing from the late fifteenth century to the present and includes a wide range of materials: canon law, early English law, American colonial law, American Indian law, and early Minnesota imprints.

The Clarence Darrow Digital Collection

The University of Minnesota Law Library is pleased to provide access to an extensive body of information about the great American jurist Clarence Darrow. The site includes an extraordinary collection of personal letters written by and to Clarence Darrow. These letters include correspondence with Darrow's family members as well as with many other prominent individuals who influenced the development of American law during the first half of the 20th Century. In addition, the site has sections focused on both Darrow's famous and lesser known trials.

Walter F. Mondale
Spokesman for Reform and Justice in the U.S. Senate

The University of Minnesota Law Library is pleased to provide access to an extensive body of information on the senatorial career of Walter F. Mondale, United States Senator from Minnesota, 1964-1976. Senator Mondale's instrumental work in shaping crucial legislation is documented in full text access to selected proceedings and debates on the floor of the Senate as recorded in the Congressional Record.