Lynn, Conrad (1908-1995)
The Conrad Lynn collection is entirely comprised of legal files dating from 1940 to 1972, which also contain correspondence, related printed material, and legal papers.

Legal topics include American civil rights and Black Power, protesting the military drafts of World War II and the Vietnam War, the Puerto Rican Nationalist and Independence movement, some cases of divorce and domestic disputes, as well as Lynn’s appearance before House of Un-American Activities Committee.

Lynn represented notable figures such as Carl Braden, Sonia Sanchez, and Robert F. Williams.

Notable correspondents include James Aronson, Carld Braden, Ossie Davis, Truman Nelson, Jacob Javits, Robert Kennedy, Philip A. Randolph, Bayard Rustin, and Robert F. Williams.

Additional printed material includes reviews of the biography of Richard Wright by Constance Webb, and student term papers written for a course taught by Lynn at NYU titled Civil Rights Litigation.
Notable Figures
1. Lynn, Conrad J.
Associated Subjects
1. African American Collections -- Politics, Public Affairs, and Social Activism Subject Guide
2. Public Affairs Subject Guide
3. The Vietnam War Subject Guide
4. Civil Rights Subject Guide
5. African American lawyers -- United States
6. Civil rights workers
7. Legal documents
8. Civil rights -- United States.
9. American literature--20th century
10. African American authors