SEAALL originated in 1937 with the formation of a small group of professional law librarians in North Carolina. This group eventually became the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries. In 1954, the American Association of Law Libraries recognized the Southeastern Chapter (SEAALL) which joined the Carolinas Chapter with other law librarians in the southeast region.This collection includes materials from the Carolinas Chapter and the North Carolina law librarians that created it.

For more information on the history of SEAALL, please see: Leverette, Sarah and Lucile Elliott. "History of the Carolina-South Eastern Chapter, 1937-1955." Law Library Journal 49, no. 2 (1956): 180-185.

Additional documents related to the Carolinas Chapter of AALL can be found in the Correspondence collection.

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Submissions from 1953

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Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries Constitution, 1953, Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

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Letter to Mary Oliver concerning Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries, September 18, 1953, Sarah Leverette

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Letter to members of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries, October 14, 1953, Mary W. Oliver

Submissions from 1952

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Financial Report of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries, March 29, 1952, Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries

Submissions from 1950

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History of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries, Dillard S. Gardner

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Report of the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries, 1949-1950, SEAALL

Submissions from 1949

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Carolinas Law Library Association's "Model" Law Library (1949 Revision), Dillard S. Gardner

Submissions from 1938

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Letter to Dillard S. Gardner on Meeting of North Carolina Law Librarians, September 28, 1938, Lucile Elliott