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At the beginning of 1S70, important changes went into effect, and from that time to the present, a constant and sys- tematic attempt has been made to improve the library in every way possible. Barnard, the Library received his law books and portraits of lawyers in 1905. Langdell gave 90 volumes of costly English Reports, which had been deposited in the Library many years earlier by the late Professor Langdell.
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