American Bar Association. Bill of Rights Committee. Records
The collection contains materials relating to specific civil rights cases of the 1938-1942 period, such as Hague v. C.I.O., West Virginia v. Barnette, and Minersville School District v. Gobitis.
- 1938 - 1943
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The papers of the American Bar Association Bill of Rights Committee consist of 4 boxes containing memoranda and reports; correspondence between Z. Chafee and chairman, members and others; correspondence, memos, and briefs re: Hague vs. C.I.O. (October Term 1938); materials re: other cases; and correspondence relating to the publication of the Bill of Rights Review. TEST
- Series I. Memoranda and Reports
- Series II. Correspondence between Z. Chafee and Chairman, Members, and Others
- Series III. Hague vs. C.I.O. (Oct. Term 1938): Correspondence, Memos, and Briefs
- Series IV. Other Cases
- Series V. Bill of Rights Review
Within each series and/or subseries individual items or folders are identified by box and folder number. For example, the number 4-2 corresponds to box 4, folder 2.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Contact Curator of Modern Manusripts and Archives.
- American Bar Association. Bill of Rights Committee. Records, 1938-1943: Finding Aid.
- Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, MA 02138
- Language of description
- EAD ID
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