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One of Delaware’s first twenty-five women lawyers, June D. MacArtor (June 3, 1930 – June 13, 2013) leaves a legacy of ardent environmental stewardship and is credited with establishing a body of state court case law supporting coastal zone management and protection of public lands from encroachments.

The selected items shown on display in Morris Library for this memorial exhibit – from the June D. MacArtor papers housed in Special Collections – represent the range of speeches, reference clippings, environmental reports, and policy research materials available in her papers.

This single case exhibition was originally on display in the Morris Library Information Room from June 27-July 30, 2013.

Tags: Lawyer; Environmental law; Delaware