William Wilson Cook, twice a graduate of the University of Michigan, A.B., 1880; LL.B., 1882, and a distinguished member of the New York bar, believed ardently in the value of American institutions. Indeed, so earnest was his belief that in 1927 he wrote and published a two-volume work entitled "American Institutions and Their Preservation." Motivated by the desire that his Alma Mater should make a major contribution to study, teaching, and dissemination of sound precepts concerning the American way of life, Mr. Cook established at the University the William W. Cook Foundation for Lectures on American Institutions handsomely endowed to achieve the ends he had in view.

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Program from the Twenty-fifth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1978

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Program from the Twenty-fourth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

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Program from the Twenty-third William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1977

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Program from the Twenty-second William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1976

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Program from the Twenty-first William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1974

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Program from the Twentieth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1972

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Program from the Nineteenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1969

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Program from the Eighteenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1967

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Program from the Seventeenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1966

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Poster for the Sixteenth William W. Cook Lectures on American Institutions, University of Michigan Law School

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Program from the Sixteenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1965

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Program from the Fifteenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1964

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Program from the Fourteenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1963

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Program from the Thirteenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

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Program from the Twelfth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1962

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Program from the Eleventh William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1961

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Program from the Tenth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1957

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Program from the Ninth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1955

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Program from the Eighth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1952

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Program from the Seventh William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1950

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Program from the Sixth William W. Cook Lectures on American Institutions, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1948

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Men and Measures in the Law: Five Lectures Delivered in April, 1948, by Honorable Arthur T. Vanderbilt, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, Edwin Blythe Stason

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Program from the Fifth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

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Program from the Fourth William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1947

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Program from the Third William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1946

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Program from the Second William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School

Publications from 1944

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Program from the First William W. Cook Lectures, University of Michigan Law School