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Additional papers of Dorothy Kirchwey Brown, Democratic Party activist and social reformer, include files on Massachusetts child welfare organizations, League of Women Voters material, and personal and family correspondence
This collection consists of material collected and created by Andrew L. Kaufman as part of the research for his book, Cardozo (1998).
The bulk of the correspondence in this collection relates to Scott's activities as law teacher and legal scholar, and to his work as an authority in the fields of trusts and civil procedure. Other material relates to his service as clerk of the Ames Foundation (1920-1966); member of the board of the Harvard Cooperative Society (1940's and 1950's); and miscellaneous writings concerning the history of the Harvard Law School and his courses at the Rutgers U. School of Banking.
Papers relating to Charles C. Burlingham's personal and professional affairs, cultural affairs in New York City, efforts on behalf of civic and judicial reform, alumni activities with Harvard College and Columbia University Law School, espousal of civil liberties causes, and work on behalf of the Episcopal Church.
Edward Holmes was Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr's nephew. The Edward J. Holmes collection of materials relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and his family consists of correspondence, estate matters, and various family documents.
Diaries, correspondence, writings, speeches, notes, photographs, clippings, etc., of social reformer Elizabeth Glendower Evans.
Papers relating to Thayer's student and teaching career at Harvard Law School, work as a practicing attorney, and involvement in professional affairs. Includes notes, financial records (1884-1891), and examination questions from his student days at Harvard College and Harvard Law School, and studies for the Massachusetts Bar Association and Carnegie Foundation on the quality and content of bar examinations and methods of teaching in American law schools.
Prints and photographs relating to the life and career of Felix Frankfurter.
Contains research materials used by Paper in the writing of two of books: Brandeis, An Intimate Biography, and Empire: William S. Paley and the Making of CBS. Although Mr. Paper's manuscripts can be found, much of the collection consists of photocopies of original materials located in other repositories.
This is a collection of the Associate Justice of U.S. Supreme Court, Louis Dembitz Brandeis. It consists of chiefly working papers (1916-1939) for cases in which Brandeis wrote an opinion.
Prints and photographs relating to the life and career of Louis Dembitz Brandeis.
Research materials created or collected by Mark De Wolfe Howe in his capacity as the official biographer of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
Correspondence, writings, and family papers of Hildegard Nagel, editor, translator, and author.
Correspondence, speeches, photographs, etc., of Frieda Segelke Miller, labor administrator and official.
Correspondence, speeches, writings, etc., of Grace A. Johnson, educator, suffragist, civic reformer, and internationalist. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, reviews, etc., of John Graham Brooks, Unitarian minister, writer, and founder of the National Consumers' League.
Writings, correspondence, clippings, etc., of Mary Kenney O'Sullivan, labor organizer, factory worker and inspector, and the first woman general organizer for the American Federation of Labor.
Berger's papers relate mainly to the preparation and publication of his written works, and his role as an authority on judicial review, executive privilege, Presidential war powers, and impeachment.
Includes material pertaining to Pound's participation in the Boston and Cleveland crime surveys (1920's), as a member of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement or Wickersham Commission (1929-1931), as a member of the American Bar Association and with various Masonic chapters, and as advisor to the Ministry of Justice in Nanking, China (1940's). Also two typed, bound journals recounting camping trips in West Virginia and to Civil War battlefields (1898, 1912-1917).