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- Biographical Reference Collection
- Box 17, Folder "Raphael Lemkin"
- News Service Biographical Files
- Box 35, Folder “Lemkin, Raphael.”
- Box 38, Folder “McDermott, Malcolm.”
- School of Law records
Deans Papers, 1929-1999, Dean H. Claude Horack, 1933-1948
- Box 9: "L Correspondence, 1934-1947, undated"
- Box 10: "McDermott, Malcolm, 1934-1947"
- Box 10: "Markham, Charles B., 1935-1947, undated"
- Box 10: Folder ‘Legal Aid Clinic’ 2 of 3 (Bradway to Horack):
- Box 12: “Horack: Scholarship Announcements, 1932-1943, n.d.”
- Box 68: “[Law School] Budget, 1942-1943”
- Office of the University Treasurer records
- Box 3: Correspondence, 1930-1948 by correspondent (Last name: H[orack])
- Duke University Press records
- Box 6: "Lemkin, Raphael and McDermott, 1939-1940 (Polish Penal Code of 1932)"
- Guide to the Dept. of Political Science Records, 1930-1982
- Box 2: “Miscellaneous Department Papers and Correspondence” (1 of 4)
- Robert R. Wilson Papers
- Box 1 (Correspondence, 1932-1943): Letter from Raphael Lemkin to Robert R. Wilson (May 14, 1942); Philip C. Jessup to Robert R. Wilson (May 9, 1942)
- Willis Smith Papers
- Box 149 (Nuremberg Trials Series, 1945-1953, Correspondence)
- Russian Posters Collection
- The "General Political Posters Series" contains 30 posters with Lemkin's handwritten annotations.
Selected list of Lemkin's contemporaneous publications
- "The Treatment of Young Offenders in Continental Europe." Law and Contemporary Problems 9:4 (Autumn 1942), pp. 748-759.
Comparative study of educational and correctional measures and juvenile courts in North America and Europe and Soviet Russia. The journal is a publication of Duke University Law School.
- Key Laws, Decrees and Regulations Issued by the Axis in Occupied Europe, compiled by Raphael Lemkin (Washington: Board of Economic Warfare, Blockade and Supply Branch, Reoccupation Division, [December] 1942)
Lemkin's English translation of official German decrees, which served as the basis for the largest section of Axis Rule in Occupied Europe ("Part III: Laws of Occupation: Statutes, Decrees, and Other Documents").
- "Orphans of Living Parents: A Comparative Legal and Sociological View," Law and Contemporary Problems, 10: 5 (Summer 1944), pp. 834-854.
Survey article commissioned for a special issue devoted to children of divorced parents.
- Axis rule in occupied Europe: laws of occupation, analysis of government, proposals for redress (Washington : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of International Law, 1944).
The first publication where the word "genocide" appeared in print. The preface was written in "Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C." and dated "November 15, 1943."
For an annotated bibliography of Lemkin's oeuvre, consult Prevent Genocide International's Comprehensive Bibliography: Writings of Raphael Lemkin and Key Writings of Raphael Lemkin on Genocide.