During the past year at the Law School Library the collection of engravings of noted English jurists has been increased by sixty pictures, and it is now probably the best collection of this kind in America. The engravings are scattered through Austin Hall, and form one of the most interesting features of the Law School. Another notable addition to the Library is the set of volumes containing the Cape of Good Hope Reports. These reports are of especial interest now because many of the cases reported involve places made famous by the war in South Africa. The set comprises about seventy-five volumes, and is probably the only one in New England.
The rate of increase of the Law Library is now about one-half of that of the Gore Hall Library.