Sherman F. Mittell Papers on the publication of Justice Holmes' writings by the National Home Library Foundation
This collection contains materials regarding a four volume publication of Oliver Wendell Holmes' speeches, legal opinions, his book on common law, and articles in the American Law Review.
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These papers contain a proposal and correspondence from Mittell to Justice Felix Frankfurter and Horace Chapman Rose regarding a four-volume publication of Holmes' speeches, legal opinions, his book on common law, and articles in the American Law Review.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Contact Curator of Modern Manuscripts and Archives.
- Mittell, Sherman F. Papers on the publication of Justice Holmes' writings by the National Home Library Foundation, 1932-1938: Finding Aid.
- Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge, MA 02138
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