Erwin Surrency, a professional Jaw librarian, during a long career as such, was a pioneer in the field of American legal bibliography. His work is the foundation upon which later work has been and will be based. The present essay is an acknowledgment of this beacon for further bibliographical research into Jaw books, and it is hoped that many others will follow in Erwin's footsteps and further elucidate this fascinating field of scholarship.
W.H. Bryson Virginia Law Reports, 54 Am. J. Legal Hist. 107 (2014).