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BOX 31-58 Speeches and Writings File, 1911-1955
Speeches, articles, drafts, speech notes and outlines, book reviews, poems, related correspondence, and printed matter.
Separated by speeches and writings and arranged chronologically therein.
BOX 31 Indexes
Card file See Container 250
Oct. 1912-Dec. 1930
(43 folders)
BOX 32 June 193l-Dec. 1935
(38 folders)
BOX 33 Jan. 1936-Aug. 1937
(29 folders)
BOX 34 Sept.-Dec. 1937
(13 folders)
BOX 35 Jan.-Feb. 1938
(8 folders)
BOX 36 Mar.-Nov. 1938
(14 folders)
BOX 37 Nov. 1938-Apr. 1939
(13 folders)
BOX 38 May-July 1939
(14 folders)
BOX 39 Aug. 1939-June 1940
(25 folders)
BOX 40 Aug.-Dec. 1940
(21 folders)
BOX 41 Jan.-Nov. 1941
(17 folders)
BOX 42 Jan.-May 1942
(17 folders)
BOX 43 Dec. 1944-May 1946
(15 folders)
BOX 44 Oct. 1946-June 1947
(16 folders)
BOX 45 July 1947-Aug. 1948
(19 folders)
BOX 46 Sept. 1948-June 1949
(11 folders)
BOX 47 Sept. 1949-Dec. 1950
(12 folders)
BOX 48 Jan.-Dec. 1951
(10 folders)
BOX 49 Feb.-Dec. 1952
(10 folders)
BOX 50 Jan.-Oct. 1953
(12 folders)
BOX 51 Nov. 1953-Dec. 1954
(8 folders)
BOX 52 1954
(5 folders)
BOX 53 1954-1955
(6 folders)
Speech notes and outlines, circa 1928, 1946-1948, undated
(2 folders)
BOX 54 Writings
1911, Jan., letter to the editor of Atlantic Monthly
1927, Dec., "What Price 'Due Process'?" New York Law Review
1929, June, "Functions of the Trust Company in the Field of Law"
Feb., "Trial Practice in Negligence Litigation," published, Cornell Law Review, with title "Trial Practice in Accident Litigation"
Dec., report of Committee on Litigation Affecting Personal Injuries
"The Future of the Bar"
1931, Feb., " Bar Associations Viewed by New Vice President," New York State Bar Association Bulletin
June, "A Lawyer Looks at Politics," Jeffersonian
Review of the report of the Commission on Administrative Justice
1933, Jan., "The Judicial Council, Its Function and Need," New York State Bar Association Bulletin
28 Aug., "The Rich Get Richer," New Republic
30 Aug., "Memorandum on National Wealth and Its Distribution," Annalist
4 Sept., "The Big Corporations Rule," New Republic
"Memorandum as to Graduated Corporation Income Tax and Intercorporate Dividend Tax," Bureau of Internal Revenue
Jan., "The People's Business: The Truth about Taxes," Forum
Sept., "America Has Only Scratched Her Resources," in "Are We Going Broke? A Debate on National Finances," Forum
24 Oct., "Is Landon Constitutional?" Nation
1937, Dec., "It's Up to Us," Commentator
Jan., "Monopolies and the Courts," University of Pennsylvania Law Review
Dec., "Financial Monopoly: The Road to Socialism," Forum
May, "Anti-Semitism," We Hold These Truths, League of American Writers
Dec., review of The Administrative Process, by James M. Landis, for Journal of Social Philosophy
"Bank Competition with the Legal Profession"
Jan., "The Supreme Court and Interstate Barriers," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Summer, message on launching of Bill of Rights Review, Bill of Rights Review
Aug., introduction to Our Constitution: Tool Or Testament, by Beryl Harold Levy
Sept., foreword to The Law of National Banking, by William V. O'Connor
BOX 55 22 Oct., "Why Roosevelt Will Win," Look
"Message to Committee of Catholics for Human Rights," Voice for Human Rights
"Our Government Is Prepared against the Fifth Column," in "American vs. Fifth Columnists: A Symposium," Survey Graphic
Editorial, National Magazine
"The Judicial Career of Chief Justice Hughes," American Bar Association Journal
The Struggle for Judicial Supremacy
(3 folders)
1942, "Statecraft under a Written Constitution," in Men of Tomorrow; Nine Leaders Discuss the Problems of American Youth, edited by Thomas H. Johnson
1944, Mar., review of I Can Go Home Again, by Arthur G. Powell, in American Bar Association Journal
7 June, report to the President of the United States on progress of plans for the prosecution of Axis war criminals
9 Sept., "Worst Crime of All," New York Times Magazine
Full Faith and Credit: The Lawyer's Clause of the Constitution For additional material see Container 43, Speeches, 7 Dec. 1944
6 Apr., "The Law under Which Nazi Organizations Are Accused of Being Criminal," Temple Law Quarterly
29 May, "Some Lessons of the Nurnberg Trial," New York Times
BOX 56 1947, Feb., "Closing Arguments for Conviction of Nazi War Criminals," Case and Comment
Nov., introduction to "Freemasonry a Prisoner of War," by Charles G. Hamilton, The New Age
Review of A Modern Law of Nations, by Philip C. Jessup, for New York Times Book Review
15 June, introduction for Dictionary of Legal Terms and Phrases in English, Spanish, French and German, by Lawrence Egbert
Aug.-Sept., "Nurnberg in Retrospect," Canadian Bar Review
Dec., "Lawyer Reference Plans: A Manual for Bar Associations," American Bar Association Journal
1950, 21 May, "Justice Jackson on Communism in America," New York Times Magazine, also published as "The Communists in America," Harper's, Sept. 1950 and as "Taft-Hartley and the Reds," Catholic Digest, July 1958
1951, review of Charles Evans Hughes, by Merlo J. Pusey, in the Washington Post
1951-1961, endorsement for Legal Aid in the United States, by Emery A. Brownell, published, Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1971
1952, "Falstaff's Descendants in Pennsylvania Courts," University of Pennsylvania Law Review
(3 folders)
BOX 57 1953
June, "A Presidential Legal Opinion," Harvard Law Review
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