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Robert H. Jackson papers, 1816-1983

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General Correspondence, 1912-1954 (continued)
Reed, Stanley Forman
Rehnquist, William H.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. and Eleanor
Rutledge, Wiley
"S" miscellaneous
(4 folders)
Schjelderup, Ferdinand
Schuyler, Clyde H.
BOX 20 Sears, Charles B.
Shawcross, Hartley Shawcross, Baron
Shea, Francis
Smith, Willis
Society for the Prevention of World War III
Spencer, Lavern
Steinbrink, Meier
Sternberg, Ruth
Stettinius, Edward R.
Stoessel, Oskar
Stone, Harlan F.
Storey, Robert G.
Stryker, Lloyd Paul
Svanstrom, Ragnar and Greta
Swope, Herbert Bayard
"T" miscellaneous
Taylor, Telford
Tobin, Frederick M.
Tubbs, Warren
Tweed, Harrison
"U" miscellaneous
United States Flag Association
Upton, J. Duane
BOX 21 "V" miscellaneous
Vinson, Fred M.
"W" miscellaneous
(3 folders)
Walsh, Edmund A.
Warren, Earl
Warren, Lucian C.
Wehle, Louis A.
Wickser, Philip J.
Willard, Mary and Vesta
Wright, John H.
Wyzanski, Charles E.
"Y"-"Z" miscellaneous
BOX 22 Miscellaneous correspondence
Crank letters
Invitations, 1942-1954
Misdirected letters of Robert Jackson, attorney, Shoreham Building
Publications received, 1947-1954
(2 folders)
Requests for assistance
Requests for photographs
BOX 23-31 Subject File, 1931-1954
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, and printed matter.
Arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization and topic.
BOX 23 American Bar Association
(2 folders)
Luncheon given by Jackson, 19 Sept. 1950
Special Committee on the Administration of Criminal Justice
Committee meetings, 1953-1954
(2 folders)
Director of research
BOX 24 Expenses
Ford Foundation grant
General, 1953-1954
(3 folders)
BOX 25 Press coverage
Response from the public
Survey of the administration of justice
(2 folders)
American Bar Research Center, 1952-1954
(3 folders)
American Society of International Law
Black, Hugo LaFayette
BOX 26 Black, Hugo LaFayette, controversy with Jackson
Jackson's account of the controversy
Jackson's cables from Nuremberg, Germany
Reaction to Jackson's cable from Nuremberg, Germany, to the House and Senate Judiciary committees
Bohemian Club
(4 folders)
BOX 27 1953-1954
Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of Government
Commission on the Administration of Justice in New York, 1931-1936 See also Oversize
(2 folders)
Federal Bar Association
BOX 28 Friends of the Library of Congress
Fund for the Republic
Fyfe, Sir David Maxwell, luncheon, 8 Sept. 1954
George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Board of Trustees, 1951-1954
(3 folders)
Foreign Law Society
Germans, visitors and requests for aid from Nuremberg, Germany, citizens, 1948-1954
Inns of Court restoration
BOX 29 Inter-American Bar Association, meeting, Havana, Cuba, 1941
International criminal court
Jamestown Bar Association Library, Jamestown, N.Y.
Judiciary Act of 1937
Kiantone movement
Lauterpacht, H., memorandum on principles of international law involved in United States measures taken against Germany between Sept. 1940 and Dec. 1941
Moot court competitions
National Institute of Public Affairs
National Lawyers Guild, 1936-1940
(2 folders)
BOX 30 Presidential campaigns
1936 platform
1940 campaign
1940 platform
(2 folders)
Preston, Homer, estate of
Retirement of judges
Riccobono Seminar of Roman Law in America, Catholic University, Washington, D.C.
Roosevelt, Franklin D.
Smithsonian Institution, International Exchange Service
Stockholm, Sweden, petition to ban atom bomb
"Strike of Capital," use of phrase by Jackson in speech before the American Political Science Association, 1937
BOX 31 Trail Riders of the Wilderness, Sawtooth, Idaho, expedition
Warren, Earl, appointment as chief justice
Zivkovic, R.
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