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Writings, 1901-1969 (continued)
BOX 134 1966-1967
Chronological list of cases heard
Chronological list of decisions
Subject index to decisions
“The Play,” apparently based on the Durham case
A takeoff on Hamlet
BOX 135 Reports
“Annual Report of the President,” Bar Association of the District of Columbia, 1942
“Final Report of the Administrative Conference of the United States,” 1962
Final Report of the President’s Advisory Commission on Narcotic and Drug Abuse, 1963
“Procedure in Anti-Trust and Other Protracted Cases,” 1951
“Report of the Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure,” 1967
“Report of the Conference on Administrative Procedure,” 1965
“Report of the Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Administrative Procedure,” 1951
“Report of the Legal Advisory Committee to the Administrator of the Office of Price Administration,” 1944
“Report Regarding Procedure in Appeals in Criminal Cases,” 1952
“The Administrative Conference of the United States,” 1961
“Administrative Law, Problem Child,” 1947
“Administrative Law Developments Around the World,” 1960
“Better or Worse”
“Can the Length, Complexity, Delay and Expense of Proceedings Before Federal Administrative Agencies Be Reduced?” 1953, 1955
BOX 136 “The Constitution Revisited,” 1955-1964, undated
(4 folders)
“The Duties of a Circuit Court Judge,” 1959
“Enforcement,” 1955-1962
“The Federal Judicial System,” 1962
“Freedom, What Is It?” 1961-1964
(4 folders)
“God is Love,” 1962
“The Importance of the Problem” and “Proof of Scientific and Technical Facts,” 1957
“Judicial Procedure,” 1951
BOX 137 “The Law, as I see It”
Research material, drafts, 1950-1961
Printed copies, 1949-1961
“Needed: New Trial Technique,” 1948
“The New Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure from the Viewpoint of the Appellate Judge”
“A New Virginia,” 1911
“Our Court,” 1955
Research material
Printed copy
“Party Politics”
“A Practical Philosophy of Tax Collection,” 1936
“A Practitioner Looks at Taxes,” 1939
“Prehearing in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia,” 1956
BOX 138 “Presentation of a Tax Case,” 1947
“The President’s Conference on Administrative Procedure,” 1954
“Progress on Protracted Procedure,” 1954
“Proof of Scientific and Economic Facts,” 1962
“Report of the Attorney General’s Committee on Administrative Procedure,” 1941
“Simplification of Tax Statutes,” 1938
“So You Want to be a Lawyer,” 1951
“Should a Uniform Administrative Procedure Be Prescribed by Statute for All Federal Agencies?” 1945
“Some Broader Aspects of an Administrative Conference of the United States,” 1964
“Some Legal Problems in Federal Tax Administration,” 1933
“Some Observations Concerning Appellate Advocacy,” 1952, 1958
“The Spirit of the Rules,” 1960
BOX 139 “Technique of Trying a Protracted Anti-Trust Case,” 1952
“Timidity of Christians”
“The Traynor Proposals, Some Considerations,” 1939
“What is A Liberal?” 1941, 1954-1957
“What’s Ahead for Washington,” 1944
“When Is a Man Civilized?" 1936, 1946
“The Work of the President’s Conference on Administrative Procedure,” 1955
Administrative Conference
Administrative law
Alfalfa Club, Washington, D.C.
Preliminary drafts
Final drafts, 1964, 1965
American citizenship, 1932
Armistice Day, 1932, 1952
Arthur Clarendon Smith, 1944
Christian churches
Civitan Club, 1932-1943, 1952, 1960
Commission form of city government in Virginia
Conscientious objectors
Corporation counsel, 1934-1936
Father Bunn
BOX 140 Father Lucey’s Golden Jubilee, 1960
Research material
Federal trial examiners, 1962
First six months as general counsel, Bureau of Internal Revenue
General Charles Kutz, 1945
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Good Friday observance, 1951-1960
Interstate Commerce Commission anniversary, 1962
Juvenile delinquency, 1959
Louis G. Caldwell, 1952
Melvin Colvin Hazen, 1939
National Christmas tree
National Council of Catholic Women, 1934
Office of General Counsel, Bureau of Internal Revenue
Painting of Italian Palace of Justice
Politics, government, law
Reform of America’s financial system
Regulation of business
Report of the President’s Conference on Administrative Procedure, 1955
Retirement as chief judge, 1960
Richard Doyle
Robert V. Fleming, 1956
S., 1664, 1964
Tax court anniversary
Theology, religion, ethics
BOX 141 Travelogue of Burning Tree golf course, Bethesda, MD, 1958
Various subjects, 1936-1942
Vinson Club, 1947
Warren E. Burger, 1964
Washington, D.C.
Welcome to Washington dinner, 1947
Wilbur K. Miller, 1963
Speeches and essays, a personal collection
(4 folders)
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