History of the Federal Judiciary

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Research Collections

Harlan, John Marshall

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1954-1955)
Supreme Court of the United States (1955-1971)

Princeton University
Princeton, N.J.

Papers, 1884-1972.
343 cubic ft.; finding aid; collection includes case files, correspondence, speeches, financial papers, and other material documenting Harlan`s private law practice, and his service on the U.S. court of appeals and U.S. Supreme Court.

Harvard University Law School
Cambridge, Mass.

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

Walter Barton Leach papers, 1920-1971; 34 linear ft. (ca. 16,000 items); finding aid; correspondence.

Haverford College
Haverford, Pa.

Fred Rodell papers, 1931-1974; ca. 350 items in 2 boxes; correspondence.

Library of Congress
Washington, D.C.

William Joseph Brennan papers, 1956-1990; 305,000 items; finding aid; restricted; correspondence.

Gerhard Alden Gesell papers, 1956-1993; 67.2 linear ft.; finding aid; restricted; correspondence.

Earl Warren papers, 1864-1974; 250,000 items; finding aid; correspondence.

Princeton University
Princeton, N.J.

Edward Samuel Corwin papers, 1860-1961; 9.64 linear ft.; finding aid; correspondence.

Virginia Historical Society
Richmond, Va.

Holmes Conrad papers, 1794-1959; 800 items; correspondence.

University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Va.

Walter Wyatt papers, 1916-1963; ca. 44,000 items; finding aid; restricted; represented in several diaries and U.S. Supreme Court files.

University of Virginia Law School
Charlottesville, Va.

E. Barrett Prettyman papers, 1944-1982; 4 boxes; finding aid; restricted; correspondence.

Yale University
Sterling Memorial Library
New Haven, Conn.

Charles McLean Andrews papers, 1723-1967; 39.5 linear ft.; finding aid; represented.


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