2 edition of Felix Frankfurter: a register of his papers in the Library of Congress. found in the catalog.
Felix Frankfurter: a register of his papers in the Library of Congress.
Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
|LC Classifications||KF213.F68 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||76609869|
Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, oral history interviews, writings, speeches, notes, legal file, newspaper clippings, printed material, photographs, and other papers reflecting Felix Frankfurter's involvement with significant political and social movements and events and his acquaintance with leaders in many segments of society. Frankfurter stayed true to his democratic faith with his dissent in West Virginia Board of Education v. Barnette.3 His dissent argued that the 1 Felix Frankfurter, Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, “The Permanence of Jefferson,” Apr. 13, , at 2, , in Felix Frankfurter Papers, Library of CongressFile Size: KB.
The papers of James McCauley Landis, government official, lawyer, and educator, were given to the Library of Congress in to by his son-in-law, Charles C. McLaughlin and in from his daughter, Ann Landis McLaughlin. Title Anthony Lewis papers, Summary Correspondence, speeches, book drafts, research files for books, notebooks and notes, articles and columns by Lewis, reports, newsletters, photographs, and other papers chiefly documenting Lewis's career as a New York Times reporter, columnist, and London Bureau chief as well as his authorship of several books on legal issues.
'TRobert H. Jackson-Felix Frankfurter, J Felix Frankfurter Papers, Library of Congress. '8Lash, From the Diaries of Felix Frankfurter (). '9Robert H. Jackson-Felix Frankfurter, Septem Felix Frankfurter Papers, Harvard Law School. 20Quoted in Schwartz, From Confederation to Nation: The American Constitution. Felix Frankfurter. [REVIEW] Norman Wilde - - Ethics 42 (2) Justice Holmes on Legal History. James Willard Hurst - - Macmillan. Book Review:Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes: His Book Notices and Uncollected Letters and Papers Oliver Wendell Holmes, Harry C. Shriver, Justice Harlan Fiske Stone. His Book Notices and Uncollected.
Swords against wizardry.
Tenth Report of the Royal Commission on Family and Childrens Law
Rights in rebellion
Genetic explanation schemes in biology
Identity formation and conflict.
The law/politics distinction in contemporary public law adjudication
Fluid power systems
Prison adverts, and, Potatoe diggings
state, transnational corporations and poverty in Malaysia
Thomas Keyse and the Bermondsey spa
All about DHEA
Includes some papers () of William Henry Moody and files containing materials by or about Oliver Wendell Holmes including correspondence () of his law clerks.
Also includes Frank W. Buxton's memoir, Chum Felix Frankfurter: A Retired Journalist's Account of a Genius In His Off-duty Hours (). The papers of Felix Frankfurter, law professor, author, and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, were deeded to the Library of Congress in by Frankfurter.
The Library received the papers from to Additions have been made through gift, purchase, and transfer between and File Size: KB. Get this from a library. Felix Frankfurter: a register of his papers in the Library of Congress. [Library of Congress. Manuscript Division.]. Genre/Form: Catalogs: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Library of Congress.
Manuscript Division. Felix Frankfurter: a register of his papers in the Library of Congress. FELIX FRANKFURTER A REGISTER OF HIS PAPERS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Prepared by Anita Nolen, Expanded and revised by Connie L. Cartledge Manuscript Division Library of Congress Washington, D.C. *** ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION The papers of Felix Frankfurter (), law professor, author, and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, were deeded to the Library.
We do not know if Frankfurter was at this same meeting, but he was a member of the FPA: correspondence with the Association appears in his papers from –, and Frankfurter himself is listed as a member in a report on hearings held in Washington on the investigation of communist propaganda by the House Special Committee on Communist Activities (Frankfurter.
Felix Frankfurter: a register of his papers in the Library of Congress. (Washington: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, ), by Library of Congress. Manuscript Division (page images at HathiTrust). The holograph notes of Frankfurter's interviews with Justice Brandeis during the summers through are in the Harvard Law School's Louis D.
Brandeis papers. The Library of Congress has embarked upon the microfilming of its contingent of Felix Frankfurter papers. Before leaving Washington, Churchill and his staff were feted at a dinner at the British Embassy on Friday evening,at which Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter was a guest.
In his book, Sterling-Dollar Diplomacy: Anglo-American Collaboration in the Reconstruction of Multilateral Trade (New York: Oxford University Press, Author of A calendar of John Paul Jones manuscripts in the Library of Congress, Check list of collections of personal papers in historical societies, university and public libraries and other learned institutions in the United States, The Harkness collection in the Library of Congress, Calendar of the correspondence of George Washington, commander in chief of the.
The papers of Felix Frankfurter, law professor, author, and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, were deeded to the Library of Congress in by Frankfurter.
The Library received the papers from to There are two extensive collections of Frankfurter's papers: one at the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress and the other at Harvard University.
Both are fully open for research and have been distributed to other libraries on ion: City University of New York, City College. Felix Frankfurter This memorandum was circulated by Justice Frankfurter on Octosix days before the Court filed its opinion.
The title is Frankfurter’s own. The text is from the William O. Douglas Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. We have supplied missing letters within brackets. – The Editors.
Charles Fairman, Felix Frankfurter, and the Fourteenth Amendment - Freedom: Constitutional Law Keith Ann Stivenson of the Law Library of the Library of Congress for providing additional documents concerning the Holmes Devise.
Black in Justice Black's papers. HUGO LAFAYETrE BLACK: A REGISTER OF His PAPERS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS (). Louis D. Brandeis, in his 23 years on the United States Supreme Court, paid Felix Frankfurter, who was then a Harvard law professor, more than $50, to further the Justice's goals on public policy, according to previously unpublished letters.
Later that year, and still almost two years before the library opened, Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter wrote to FDR's secretary, Missy LeHand, directing that all of his correspondence, memorandums, and papers from the New Deal era be permanently deposited in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library A grateful FDR responded to the chief.
Inhe asked one of his clerks, Alexander Bickel, to begin dividing his legal papers, one half to go to the Library of Congress and the other to the Harvard Law School Library. The Library of Congress collection was to be opened immediately after Frankfurter’s death, Author: Jill Lepore.
Felix Frankfurter’s “Soliloquy” in Ex parte Quirin. Green Bag •Summer America, and seek to blend into the popula- tion. They were then to rendezvous in Cincin- nati on July 4, where they would be given more speciÕc sabotage tasks. > Felix Frankfurter.
of youth, or shall introduce into any family, school or place of education or shall buy, procure, receive or have in his possession, any such book, pamphlet, magazine, newspaper, writing, ballad, printed paper, print, picture, drawing, photograph, publication or other thing, either for the purpose of sale, exhibition.
Felix Frankfurter: a register of his papers in the Library of Congress. KF F68 Felix Frankfurter: an inventory of his papers in the Harvard Law School Library /.
A Register of His Papers in the Library of Congress Prepared by Connie L. Cartledge with the assistance of Frankfurter, Felix, Correspondence Griswold, Erwin N.
(Erwin Nathaniel), --Correspondence Papers of Harry A. Blackmun 2. Labor laws and legislation--United States. Then Felix Frankfurter's papers.
When I was between jobs, projects, something, Felix Frankfurter's papers became available at the Library of Congress, and I started looking at them and turned them into a book.
In his administrative law seminar inFrankfurter had emphasized the emergence of an administrative court in Freund's discussion of customs in “Historical Survey.” “Administrative Law Notes (Landis, ),”boxThomas G.
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