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Fri Mar 21 17:03:00 2014 UTClccn-n500327810.00Erwin N. Griswold, Esquire0.691.00Erwin Nathaniel Griswold, 1904-1994108560985Erwin_Griswoldn 5003278168127Griswold, Erwin Nathaniel.Griswold, Erwin Nathaniel, 1904-Griswold, Erwin Nathaniel, 1904-1994Griswold, Irwin N.Griswold, Irwin N., 1904-1994グリズウォルド, E. Nlccn-n50041396Brindze, Ruth1903-np-slonevsky, leonardSlonevsky, Leonardilllccn-n79059931Pound, Roscoe1870-1964lccn-n50011305Sutherland, Arthur E.edtlccn-n50004669Scott, Austin Wakeman1884-1981lccn-n83153747Graetz, Michael J.lccn-n79006848United StatesSupreme Courtlccn-n50036252Cheatham, Elliott E.(Elliott Evans)1888-1972lccn-n50034287Goodrich, Herbert F.(Herbert Funk)1889-1962lccn-n50026986Dowling, Noel T.(Noel Thomas)1885-1969Griswold, Erwin N.(Erwin Nathaniel)1904-1994Trials, litigation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyUnited StatesLawLawyersDue process of lawSelf-incriminationConstitution (United States)Income tax--Law and legislationConflict of lawsTaxationCourtsSearches and seizuresJustice, Administration ofSpendthrift trustsNew York (State)Griswold, Erwin N.--(Erwin Nathaniel),Scott, Austin Wakeman,Judicial powerJudicial processCourt congestion and delayTaxation--Law and legislationCommon lawGreat BritainUnited States Commission on Civil RightsBernhard, Berl,Separation of powersHarvard Law SchoolFrankfurter, Felix,Constitutional amendmentsPound, Roscoe,Universities and colleges--Alumni and alumnaeLaw--Study and teachingClark, Tom C.--(Tom Campbell),Douglas, William O.--(William Orville),Academic freedomMassachusettsLibertyOberlin CollegeWarren, Earl,Massachusetts Reformatory for Women (Sherborn, Mass.)Correctional institutionsPrisonsStevenson, William Edwards,United States.--Supreme CourtPresidentsMassachusetts--DedhamStewart, PotterWashington (D.C.)Stevenson, Eleanor Bumstead,Universities and colleges--FacultyCivil rights190419941925192619301933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921994199519961997199820115261472733347.94JK1548.D8ocn001995725ocn000927837ocn002142723ocn004427700ocn013873587ocn001995785ocn034674670ocn020731955ocn020000512ocn655210243ocn459254004ocn459434975ocn459431487ocn459593150ocn459730606ocn237392085ocn237402686ocn237402690ocn237392934ocn237336379102016ocn000497181book19550.59Griswold, Erwin NThe 5th amendment today : three speeches79220ocn000509948book19640.66Griswold, Erwin NLaw and lawyers in the United States; the common law under stress52721ocn000225743book19400.93Griswold, Erwin NCases and materials on Federal taxationTrials, litigation, etc4047ocn001054158book19750.73Griswold, Erwin NSearch and seizure : a dilemma of the Supreme Court3991ocn000509689book19640.16Brindze, RuthAll about courts and the lawJuvenile worksThis work covers the court system of the United States, and takes the young reader from traffic court to the Supreme Court. The appendix includes a glossary of legal terms, as well as a chart of the Federal and state court systems2274ocn001647674book19640.88Pound, RoscoePerspectives of law : essays for Austin Wakeman Scott1973ocn007382201book19470.90Griswold, Erwin NSpendthrift trusts : under the New York statutes and elsewhere, including insurance proceeds1631ocn000509685book19360.90Griswold, Erwin NSpendthrift trusts; restraints on the alienation of equitable interests imposed by the terms of the trust or by statute1463ocn000935794book19730.92Griswold, Erwin NThe judicial process1307ocn002078368book19760.92Graetz, Michael JFederal income taxation : principles and policiesTrials, litigation, etc109109ocn841790292book20110.10Griswold, Erwin NU s1076ocn005847807book19410.88Cheatham, Elliott ECases and materials on conflict of lawsTrials, litigation, etc611ocn003186260book19740.93Griswold, Erwin NThe Supreme Court's case load : civil rights and other problems : delivered at the University of Illinois College of Law, Thursday, November 8, 1973464ocn036397960serial0.94American Bar AssociationFundamentals of federal taxation375ocn012339786book19620.95Griswold, Erwin NTwo branches of the same stream121ocn020881515book19880.96Chadbourn, Erika SErwin Nathaniel Griswold--illustrious alumnus : a retrospective exhibition honoring Dean Griswold on the 60th anniversary of his graduation from the Harvard Law School : on view in the Harvard Law School Library, 6 September 1988-8 January 1989112ocn004843018book19680.98Griswold, Erwin NMasses of people104ocn080747326book19670.73Griswold, Erwin NAcademic freedom and human freedom102ocn041704319book19800.96Griswold, Erwin NThe judiciary and the government92ocn034674670int0.97Prentice-Hall, incPrentice-Hall students tax law service, including guide to Federal tax practice, Internal revenue code and regulations, current court decisions and rulings, current notes and problems2672ocn024501506book19920.79Griswold, Erwin NOuld fields, new corne : the personal memoirs of a twentieth century lawyerBiography+-+2604749685141ocn021638177book19610.81United StatesNominees for the Commission on Civil Rights. Hearings, Eighty-seventh Congress, first session. June 16, 196141ocn065163309book19951.00Erwin Nathaniel Griswold, 1904-1994Biography22ocn232006605mix1.00Friends of Framingham, IncThe collection consists of correspondence about the Van Waters case and to and from LaRue Brown as Chairman of FOF, Dorothy Kirchwey Brown, and Van Waters. There are also Executive Board minutes, committee reports, publications, articles, state government documents, scrapbooks, and clippings about Van Waters, FOF, women at Framingham, and prison conditions in general11ocn083219751book19791.00Griswold, Erwin NProgram in honor of Dean Erwin N. Griswold, Langdell Professor, Emeritus, and the dedication of Griswold hall, Harvard law school, Holmes field, September 19, 197911ocn079200601mix1.00Fund for the RepublicFund for the Republic archivesHistoryArchivesRecords and correspondenceManuscriptsConsists of records documenting the activities of the Fund for the Republic, Inc., and its defense of civil rights and civil liberties from 1952 through 196111ocn070984351mix1.00Blackmun, Harry AHarry A. Blackmun papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceU.S. Court of Appeals case topics include taxation, civil rights, and labor, administrative, constitutional, and criminal law. Documents Blackmun's decision to declare the use of corporal punishment in prisons unconstitutional11ocn025681510mix0.47Stevenson, William EdwardsPapersHistoryArchivesSourcesCorrespondence, minutes, appointment books, reports, and printed materials, created and received by President Stevenson. The bulk of the records relate to the administration of the Office of the President and includes documentation of issues such as academic freedom, higher education, international student exchange, and philanthropy. The President's working files reflect the activities of the college Board of Trustees, the General Faculty, and student organizations. Files of external national, state, regional, and local organizations document Stevenson's involvement in educational, civic, and charitable groups11ocn036789761book1997Griswold, Erwin NErwin N. Griswold, EsquireInterviews11ocn760084199art19330.10Griswold, Erwin N.: Attorney, Office of the Solicitor GeneralPeriodicalsBiography11ocn122546718mix0.47Turrentine, LowellLowell Turrentine papersCollection pertains largely to his professional life at Stanford University and contains correspondence, both business and personal; his master's thesis; materials for lectures; degrees, awards, and certificates; and a Turrentine genealogy. General correspondence concerns financial investments, legal issues (including estate issues), law curriculum, publication of his articles and books, placement of law students, and personal affairs such as his health, offers of other teaching posts, and Princeton and Harvard reunions. There is a substantial amount of correspondence and memoranda from his work as a Compliance Commissioner for the War Production Board, 1942-44. Other topics include the Stanford Law Veterans Memorial Scholarship, the death of Allene Lamson, Laisne v. State Board of Optometry, and the effect of World War II on the Law School. Correspondents include Warren Christopher, Felix Frankfurter, Charles A. Beardsley, John S. Bradway, Elliott E. Cheatham, Juan Enrique Geigel, Erwin N. Griswold, Moffatt Hancock, Marion R. Kirkwood, Ray B. Lyon, Philbrick McCoy, D. O. McGovney, Roscoe Pound, Owen J. Roberts, Malcolm P. Sharp, Fred Ames Weller, and Richard Wicks11ocn076973051book1.00Griswold, Erwin NPapers of Erwin N. GriswoldIncludes notes, summaries, and reports, and some correspondence pertaining to the case of Alexander Sack vs. New York University. Some of the materials are photocopies12ocn232006615book1.00Griswold, Harriet FordCorrespondence, clippings and photographs describe Griswold's life in Cambridge and in Washington, D.C., and the legal and professional activites of her husband Erwin Griswold, Dean of the Harvard Law School, 1946-1967, and Solicitor General, 1967-197311ocn036535392mix0.47Powell, Lewis FLewis F. Powell, Jr. papers11ocn025029698mix0.47Stevenson, William EdwardsPapersHistoryArchivesSourcesCorrespondence, photographs, scrapbooks, writings, tape recordings, oral history transcripts, printed materials, honorary medals, plaques, and gifts collected or created by Mr. and Mrs. William E. Stevenson during their youth (1917-25); during their Red Cross service overseas (1942-45); at Oberlin College during Stevenson's presidency (1946- 59); in the Philippines during Stevenson's tour as Ambassador; at the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Study (1967-70); and in retirement (1970-87)11ocn070979763file1.00Historical Society of the District of Columbia CircuitHistorical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit. Oral History Project oral history interviewsInterviewsTranscripts of oral history interviews documenting the history of the circuit, containing biographical information and discussions of the judicial process, history of the circuit, evolution of significant cases, and the role of law clerks. Includes interviews with judges, judges' spouses, lawyers, and court staff associated with the U.S. Circuit Court for the District of Columbia. Interviewees include Robert S. Bennett, Robert H. Bork, James Lane Buckley, Lloyd N. Cutler, Samuel Dash, Gerhard Alden Gesell, David Ginsburg, Erwin N. Griswold, Harold H. Greene, Abner J. Mikva, E. Barrett Prettyman, Joseph L. Rauh, Patricia M. Wald, Paul C. Warnke, and Helen Patton Wright. Each transcript is supplemented by an index11ocn122520856mix1.00Frankfurter, FelixPapers of Felix FrankfurterCorrespondence, opinions, memoranda, addresses, speeches, articles, dockets, research material, bibliographies, pamphlets, clippings, maps, photos, and other papers, relating to Frankfurter's work on the Supreme Court. Includes material pertaining to court committees of which Frankfurter was a member, California vs. Arizona, and the historic cases of Rosenberg, Sacco-Vanzetti, and Westinghouse, together with Alexander Bickel's research and Frankfurter's memorandum on the Legislative History of the Fourteenth Amendment11ocn122560105mix1.00Glueck, SheldonPapers of Sheldon GlueckCorrespondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, reports, notes, speeches, writings, lecture notes, lists, bibliographies, and other official and legal documents; correspondence, plays, short stories, scripts, and other papers relating to Glueck's literary interests; clippings, and printed material. Includes material on Glueck's career in criminology and administration of criminal justice, especially the Harvard Law School Survey of Crime and Criminal Justice in Boston, 1926-1933, directed by Felix Frankfurter, to whom Glueck was general assistant, war crimes and criminals, Glueck's work on the Model Penal Code of the American Law Institute, membership on two advisory committees on Federal rules of criminal procedure (1941-1942, 1960-1966), and his study (1926-1938) of the Belgian Ministry of Justice. The bulk of the collection consists of professional correspondence (1920's-1972), chiefly with professional organizations, public and private agencies, and their respective officials11ocn122335940mix1.00Ehrmann, Herbert BrutusPapers of Herbert Brutus EhrmannCorrespondence, drafts of writings, notes, reports, memoranda, bibliographies, book reviews, clippings, maps, printed material, photos, memorabilia, and other papers, chiefly relating to Ehrmann's involvement in the Sacco-Vanzetti case as junior counsel for the defense and his research and writings (1927-1969) on the case. Includes much correspondence (1915-1965) with Felix Frankfurter; letters (1920-1927) written by Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti to various persons; material pertaining to Ehrmann's participation with the Massachusetts Commissions on Capital Punishment and on Unemployment, the Massachusetts Judicial Council, the Massachusetts Defenders Committee, and other State agencies; and draft material for two projected autobiographical works, tentatively entitled Adventure of Living and Education of a Liberal11ocn022672388book19891.00Clark, Robert CharlesThe future of the Harvard Law School : a speech+-+2604749685+-+2604749685Fri Mar 21 15:33:32 EDT 2014batch33525