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Speech, Article, and Book File, 1907-1965 (continued)
Correspondence, 1930-1933, 1960-1965
(2 folders)
Miscellaneous notes, 1931
"Mr. Justice Roberts," 1955
"Mr. Lansing's Book: A Postscript," New Republic, 13 Apr. 1921
"Monte M. Lemann," Memorial Book of the New York City Bar Association, 1960
Monte Lemann, for WDSU radio, New Orleans, La., 14 Sept. 1959
"Monte Lemann," letter to editor, New York Times, 21 Sept. 1959
Morris R. Cohen Library dedication, City College of New York, New York, N.Y., 3 May 1958
"A National Policy for the Enforcement of Prohibition," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Sept. 1923
"New York's 'Crime Wave,'" New Republic, 19 Apr. 1922
New York Times, letter to the editor, 5 June 1925
BOX 210 REEL 132 "A Notable Decision," (article on the Scottsboro case) New York Times, 13 Nov. 1932
"A Note on Diversity Jurisdiction-In Reply to Professor Yntema," University of Pennsylvania Law Review, June 1931
"Notes for Moscow," prepared by Frankfurter for Earl Warren, 1959
Notes for lectures, University of Minnesota, 1957-1958, undated
Notes for speeches, 1923, 1936-1938, undated
"Notes for the Independence Hall Ceremony," undated
"Notes for Westminster Hall," undated
Of Law and Life and Other Things That Matter, Frankfurter's writings, 1962-1965
(9 folders)
Of Law and Men, edited by Philip Elman
General, 1939-1955
BOX 211 REEL 132-133 Correspondence, 1956-1958
(2 folders)
Miscellaneous, 1956-1958, undated
"On Being an American," 1944-1946, address for "I Am an American" day, Washington, D.C., 21 May 1944, published in Survey Graphic, July 1944
"On Entering the Law," Harvard Crimson, 1957-1958
"The Packers vs the Government," New Republic, 25 May 1932
"The Permanence of Jefferson," (Washington, D.C., 13 Apr. 1943), 1927-1947
(3 folders)
"Personal Ambitions of Judges," address to the American Law Institute, Philadelphia, Pa., 23 May 1948, published in American Bar Association Journal, 1948
"Personal Recollections of Jonas S. Friedenwald," Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md., 10 Feb. 1956
"The Place of the Supreme Court in Our Government," radio speech given under auspices of National League of Women Voters, New York, N.Y., 13 May 1930
Prettyman lectures, foreword by Frankfurter, 1959, correspondence and manuscripts
(2 folders)
"Professor Sir William Holdsworth," American Bar Association Journal, Feb. 1944
BOX 212 REEL 133-134 The Public & Its Government, correspondence, 1930-1937
(2 folders)
"The Public Profession of the Law," New Republic, 22 Feb. 1922
Public Utility Regulation, edited by M. L. Cooke, introduction by Frankfurter, 1924
"Reconstruction and the Law," circa 1932
Regionalism in America, 1951, foreword by Frankfurter
Remarks at Aaronsburg, Pa., 23 Oct. 1949
Remarks at Harvard Law School, Graduate School alumni day, Cambridge, Mass., 13 June 1956
Remarks at Israel's tenth anniversary dinner, New York, N.Y., 19 May 1958
Remarks at memorial meeting for John Graham Brooks, 1938
Remarks at Russian meeting, Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass., 11 Nov. 1919
Remarks at the fiftieth anniversary celebration for Learned Hand as a federal judge, New York, N.Y., 10 Apr. 1959
Remarks on receiving award of the National Institute for Immigrant Welfare, New York, N.Y., 11 May 1938
Remarks on receiving degree of Doctor of Laws from Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 12 June 1961
"A Reply to Mr. Beck," New Republic, 19 Oct. 1921
"A Rigid Outlook in a Dynamic World," Survey Graphic, Jan. 1938
Robert P. Patterson, letter to the editor, New York Times, 24 Jan. 1952
Royal Commission on Capital Punishment, Frankfurter's testimony, London, England, 21 July 1950
A Selection of Cases Under the Interstate Commerce Act, edited by Frankfurter
BOX 213 REEL 134 1929-1932
Manuscript of note to second edition
"Sir Willmott Lewis," broadcast for British Broadcasting Corp., 5 Jan. 1950
"A Sketch of Thomas Jefferson," undated
Some Observations on a Graduate School of Public Administration," 1936
"Some Observations on the Nature of the Judicial Process of Supreme Court Litigation," for the American Philosophical Society, 22 Apr. 1954
"Some Observations on Supreme Court Litigation and Legal Education," Ernest Freund lecture at University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Ill., 11 Feb. 1953
"Some Reflections on the Reading of Statutes," Benjamin Cardozo lecture before the New York City Bar Association, New York, N.Y., 18 Mar. 1947
(3 folders)
Stafford Little Lectures, Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., 1934-1935
"Stanley Marvin Silverberg," Memorial Book of the New York City Bar Association, undated
"The Supreme Court and a Balanced Budget," New Republic, 27 Apr. 1932
"Supreme Court and Interstate Commerce Commission," New Republic, 20 Jan. 1932
"The Supreme Court in the Mirror of Justices," Owen J. Roberts lecture at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, Pa., 20 Mar. 1957
Correspondence, 1956-1958
(2 folders)
Drafts and related material
(1 folder)
BOX 214
REEL 134-135
(2 folders)
"The Supreme Court Under the Judiciary Act of 1925," Harvard Law Review, Nov. 1928
"Supreme Court, United States," Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, Feb. 1934
Survey of Massachusetts Law, foreword by Frankfurter, 1956
Tax message prepared for Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1935
"Thomas Reed Powell," Harvard Law Review (Mar. 1956), 1955-1956
Toscanini, Arturo, remarks at concert by Toscanini at Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C., 25 May 1950
"Trans-Atlantic Misconceptions," British Broadcasting Corp. broadcast, 12 Feb. 1934, 1isteners' letters
"Tribute to a Great Judge: Learned Hand," New York State Bar Journal, Dec. 1961
Tribute to Louis Dembitz Brandeis, 1956, 1etter to American Jewish Congress dinner, published in Congress Weekly, 23 Apr. 1956
Unidentified manuscript by Frankfurter, undated
"The Use of the Injunction in American Labor Controversies," Law Quarterly Review, July 1928
"The Utilities Bureau," Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Jan. 1915
Valentine, Robert G., memorial meeting, remarks, Faneuil Hall, Boston, Mass., 7 Jan. 1917
"Valentine, Robert Grosvenor," Dictionary of American Biography, 1936
"The Venom of Appeasement," undated
Voice of America broadcast, Washington, D.C., 25 Oct. 1951
"War in the Clothing Industry," New Republic, 15 Dec. 1920
"The 'War Record' of Stimson," Boston Evening Transcript, Mar. [?] 1913
"What the Schechter Case Does and Does Not Decide With Respect to Congressional Power Over Commerce," 1935
"What We Confront in American Life," address at twentieth annual meeting of Survey Associates, New York, N.Y., [circa 1 Feb.] 1933
"When Judge Cardozo Writes," review in New Republic, 8 Apr. 1931, of Law and Literature, and Other Essays and Addresses by B. N. Cardozo
"Woodrow Wilson," (London) Times, 1956-1957
(2 folders)
Writings of Frankfurter
Miscellaneous typescripts, 1911-1962
Unidentified, undated
BOX 215 REEL 135-136 Clippings, 1918-1927, 1955
"Wrong and Dangerous," letter to New York Herald Tribune, 30 Nov. 1934
"The Young Men Go to Washington," Fortune, Jan. 1936
"The Zeitgeist and the Judiciary," Survey, 1913
Writings of others
Bickel, Alexander M., "Supreme Court Law Clerks"
Croly, Herbert David, The Breach in Civilization, 1920
(6 folders)
Edgeworth, Patricia, Mr. Justice Frankfurter and the Administration of Criminal Justice, a master's thesis, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill., 1955
BOX 216 REEL 136 Hughes, Charles Evans, memoirs, undated
Hurst, Willard, "Notes on the History of the 'Commerce Clause,'" undated
Kanin, Garson, "Trips to Felix," Atlantic Monthly, 1964
Mendelson, Margery, "FF and His Impact on the Ladies, or Love Is a Cheesecake," 1964
O'Meara, Joseph, Jr., "The Supreme Court - and Democracy," Commonweal, 1937
Portus, G. V., "Studies in the Australian Constitution," 1922-1923
Pound, Roscoe, "Some Reflections of Svenka Oncle," undated See also Container 217
Stimson, Henry Lewis, speeches and articles, 1911-1947
Unidentified authors, 1957, 1963, undated
Valentine, Robert G., speeches and articles, 1911-1912, undated
Wiener, Frederick Bernays, "The Myth of Prior Judicial Service," undated
BOX 217 REEL 137 Pound, Roscoe, writings, 1907-1926 See also Container 216
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