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Part I: Gilbert E. Roe Papers, 1887-1961 (continued)
Legal File, 1903-1929 (continued)
Alien property cases (through 1929)
Maurer, James, case
BOX I:H10 May v. Hettrick Brothers Co.
State laws concerning drafting reserve militia, Library of Congress compilation
La Follette, Robert M., Sr., expulsion attempt
Lusitania incident, Edwin M. Borchard's legal interpretation
(2 folders)
Phillipps and Cattell v. United States
Selective service and espionage laws
Suspended teachers' case, New York, N.Y.
United States v. Pettigrew
United States v. Werner and Darkow
BOX I:H11 1918
Debs v. United States
Hannan, John J.
La Follette v. Brandenburg and Democrat Printing Co.
(2 folders)
La Follette, Robert M., Sr., expulsion attempt, Senate Privileges and Elections Committee
(7 folders)
Libel cases, Crownhart and Wylie
Peterson v. United States
Smedley v. McCarthy
Stephens, Frank
BOX I:H12 1919
Bopp and Von Schack cases (2 folers)
Glassberg, Benjamin
Hindu deportation cases
(2 folders)
Gobind Behari, Lal
O'Connell v. United States
Abrams v. United States, Frederick Pollock
Socialists exclusion from New York State Assembly case
(2 folders)
1921, Hymans, Sarah
1921-1922, Flagg, Jared
Amnesty for political hearings, House Judiciary Committee
Oil industry investigation
Teachers' qualifications case, New York, N.Y.
1926, alien property, return of, House Ways and Means Committee
1929, Schwimmer, Rosika
Nath, Surenda
Sullivan, Jesse L.
BOX I:H13-H14 Speech and Article File, 1898-1929
Typed and printed copies of speeches and articles.
Arranged chronologically by year and thereunder alphabetically by title or topic.
BOX I:H13 Articles
1906, “The Gospel of Wealth” by Andrew Carnegie, letter to the editor
1908, “Senator La Follette and Representative Government,” Independent, Apr. 2
(2 folders)
1912, “The Truth about the Contests,” La Follette's Weekly Magazine, Aug.
“Repeal the Espionage Law,” Dial, Jan. 11
The Socialist Trial at Albany,” La Follette's Magazine, Apr.
“Gilbert E. Roe on the Espionage Act,” Woman Citizen, Nov. 20
“Why Senator La Follette Declined the Nomination”
1921, “Discriminations against Women in the Laws of New York”
1923, “One Cent Gas Raise Brings 40 Millions,” La Follette's Magazine, Nov.
1929, “Senator La Follette and the World War,” written for Belle Case La Follette in connection with biography of Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
(4 folders)
“The Case of James C. Garrison,” La Follette's Magazine
“Evils of Espionage”
“Pay American Claims and Return Property of German Nationals,” La Follette's Magazine, Dec.
“Supreme Court Progressivism”
“There Is Popular Dissatisfaction of the Courts”
BOX I:H14 Speeches
1898, party reform, Cronk's Opera House, Oregon, Wis., Nov. 4
1900, “Platform and Issues of 1900"
1905, “The Insurance Investigation and the Remedy for the Evils Disclosed,” Philosophical Society, Brooklyn, N.Y.
1908, “Domestic Relations,” American Correspondence School of Law, Chicago, Ill.
1910, Harman, Moses, tribute
circa 1911, “Railroad Taxation”
Enfranchisement of women, Albany, N.Y., Mar. 12
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919), and the courts, notes
“The Recall of Judges,” Academy of Political Science, New York, N.Y.
“Roosevelt on Direct Primaries”
“Argument... before the Judiciary Committee of the Constitutional Convention,” on the election of judges, June 24
“Freedom of Assemblage,” American Sociological Society annual meeting, Princeton, N.J., Dec. 29
1917, free speech, First American Conference for Democracy in Terms of Peace, Garden Theater, New York, N.Y., May 31
1919, League of Nations
1920, Socialists, expulsion from New York state assembly, New Star Casino, New York, N.Y., and Morris High School, Bronx, N.Y., Sept. 9-10
1924, Judicial reform
1926-1929, La Follette, Robert M., Sr., tributes, address, and memorial
1928, endorsing presidential candidacy of Norman Thomas, “Thomas for President” Club, Columbia University, New York, N.Y., Nov. 2
Direct primaries
Equal suffrage
Espionage law
Free speech and Morris Hillquit
Free speech and the Post Office Department
Hugh Pentacost memorial address, notes
“India and the Menace of British Imperialism,” Eamonn De Valera dinner, New York, N.Y.
“Is the Right of Free Speech in Danger in America?” Liberal Club, New York, N.Y.
Legal profession, New York, N.Y.
“Maintain the Socialist Press”
“Reconstruction after the War”
“Referendum and Recall”
“Social Justice and the Courts”
The Constitution and home rule
“The Right of Suffrage” by Gwyneth K. (“Netha”) Roe (Mrs. Gilbert E.)
BOX I:H15-H18 Printed Matter, 1887-1927
Pamphlets, magazines, journals, and clippings.
Organized by type of material and arranged thereunder chronologically.
BOX I:H15 Pamphlets, magazines, and journals
(17 folders)
BOX I:H16 1917-1927, undated
(18 folders)
BOX I:H17 Proceedings and book
BOX I:H18 Clippings, 1899-1936, undated
(20 folders)
BOX I:H19 Miscellany, 1901-1929
(41 folders)
Speeches, articles, memoranda, and other miscellaneous material.
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