History of the Federal Judiciary

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Research Collections

Butler, Pierce

Supreme Court of the United States (1922-1939)

Minnesota Historical Society
St. Paul, Minn.

Pierce Butler family papers, 1855-1986.
42 cubic ft. (39 boxes); finding aid; restricted; collection contains correspondence and
miscellaneous papers.

Pierce Butler papers, 1923-1939.
1 box; collection contains speeches and newspaper clippings.

Records relating to Pierce Butler`s appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, 1917-1922.
.25 cubic ft.; finding aid; represented.

Harvard University Law School
Cambridge, Mass.

Papers of Felix Frankfurter, 1900-1965; 115 linear ft. (ca. 45,000 items); finding aid;
restricted; represented in the correspondence and case files.

Library of Congress
Washington, D.C.

Willis Van Devanter papers, 1884-1941; 17,000 items; finding aid; correspondence.

University of Michigan
Bentley Historical Library
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Frank Murphy papers, 1908-1949; 106 linear ft., 39 vols., and 2 oversize folders; finding aid; restricted; correspondence.

Minnesota Historical Society
St. Paul, Minn.

Elmer E. Adams and family papers, 1861-1979; 84 microfilm reels; finding aid; correspondence.

Frank B. Kellogg papers, 1890-1942; 54 microfilm reels; finding aid; correspondence.

John Lind papers, 1870-1933; 13 vols. and 13 boxes; correspondence.

James Manahan papers, 1883-1932; 8 vols. and 9 boxes; finding aid; correspondence.

Francis H. Murray papers, 1896-1958; 34 items; finding aid; correspondence.

Henry M. Rice and family papers, 1824-1966; 3.5 cubic ft.; correspondence.

University of Missouri and the State Historical Society of Missouri
Western Historical Manuscript Collection
Columbia, Mo.

Herbert Spencer Hadley papers, 1830-1943; 1,062 folders and 35 vols.; correspondence.


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