Overview: Chiefly personal and professional correspondence together with legal briefs, memos, and other types of legal documents. Correspondence concerns Wyzanski's professional and personal life, national matters, and Harvard affairs.
Overview: 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.
Overview: Collection consists of papers relating to Powell's career as law teacher and legal scholar, consultant and mediator in legal cases involving tax, insurance, and railroad matters, and as president of the American Political Science Association. It also includes mss. of his humorous prose and verse.
Overview: Material in this collection deals with Interstate Commerce Commission Cases, Harvard Law School matters, and Dumbauld's appointment as U.S.. District Judge.
Overview: Materials relating mainly to Felix Frankfurter's work on the Supreme Court and Elman's work with the Solicitor General. Includes numerous notes from Frankfurter pertaining to cases before the Supreme Court, particularly the historic cases of Willie Francis, Rosenberg, Brown v. Board of Education, and Cooper v. Aaron.
Overview: Contains materials relating to Bullard’s memoir about Edward and Hetty Green, titled, "The Greens as I knew Them."
Overview: Contains the case files of the Boston maritime law firm of Dodge and Dodge. Cases relate mainly to suits filed to recover for damages caused by collisions of ships at sea or in harbor. Issues of law focus on rules of shipping, especially the Rules of 1864 (Rev. Stats. of the U.S. Sec. 4233, Rule 16) and the 1885 Revised International Rules and Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea (Article 14).
Overview: The papers consist exclusively of letters addressed to Hazeltine, accompanied by his detailed notes about each of his correspondents. Hazeltine's correspondents were English, American and Continental European legal scholars, historians, members of the bench and bar, and a few other English scholars in other fields, such as economics and philosophy.
Overview: Professional correspondence with colleagues, alumni, publishers, and professional groups; examination papers from Seavey's courses; index of case citations and synopses used in his agency casebook; papers relating to cases in which Seavey was retained as counsel or consultant, notably, Dunfey Realty Company, Inc., vs. Enwright (1957); and other papers, some relating to Harvard Law School.
Overview: Contains legal papers of Manasseh Smith, Sr., Joseph Emerson Smith, Samuel Emerson Smith and other members of the Smith family who practiced law in midcoast Maine, Boston and Chicago from the late 18th century to the early late 19th century. Also contains papers relating to the real estate and paper mill business of Dudley W. Moor and Edward W. Heath.