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Author: William Hastie
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection includes correspondence (both letters received and carbons of letters sent); handwritten, typed and printed drafts; slip sheets of legal opinion; lists and tabulations; memoranda; reports; dockets; agenda of meetings; research materials and notes; clippings; legal and legislative documents; other printed items; manuscripts of published and unpublished writings; and a small amount of memorabilia such  Read more...
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Named Person: Roger Nash Baldwin; Joseph Henry Beale; Derrick Albert Bell; Mary McLeod Bethune; John Steven Biggs; Curtis Bok; Derek Curtis Bok; Chester Bowles; Ralph J Bunche; Warren E Burger; Zechariah Chafee; Tom C Clark; Henry Steele Commager; Thomas Gardiner Corcoran; Samuel Dash; Sam J Ervin; Clarence Clyde Ferguson; Felix Frankfurter; Paul A Freund; John J Gibbons; Jack Greenberg; Herbert F Goodrich; Erwin N Griswold; Alex Haley; W Averell Harriman; William Hastie; Louis Hoffman; Charles Hamilton Houston; Hubert H Humphrey; Leon Jaworski; Lyndon B Johnson; Martin Luther King; Sinclair Lewis; Thurgood Marshall; Pauli Murray; Roscoe Pound; Nathan Marsh Pusey; John D Rockefeller; Nelson A Rockefeller; Eleanor Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; James Rosen; Albert Martin Sacks; Collins J Seitz; Harry S Truman; Robert Penn Warren; Herbert Wechsler; Walter White; Roy Wilkins; Bernard Wolfman; Paul A Wolkin
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: William Hastie
OCLC Number: 122589950
Description: 74 linear ft. (ca. 39,000 items)

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The collection includes correspondence (both letters received and carbons of letters sent); handwritten, typed and printed drafts; slip sheets of legal opinion; lists and tabulations; memoranda; reports; dockets; agenda of meetings; research materials and notes; clippings; legal and legislative documents; other printed items; manuscripts of published and unpublished writings; and a small amount of memorabilia such as honorary degree certificates. Photographic items have been transferred to the Law Library's Art Collection. The papers of William Henry Hastie relate to his professional career, mainly starting with 1937, until his death in 1976; to his interest in and championship of civic causes; and to his efforts in behalf of anti-discrimination. There are small groups of drafts of speeches and of biographical material, the latter relating to his various appointments, and to academic and civic honors. In sheer physical volume, three-fourths of Judge Hastie's papers are court-related (67 of the 110 manuscript boxes plus 22 cartons of briefs holding one cubic foot each). Together they constitute a fine documentation of the workings of a U.S. Appeals Court and of the day-by-day judicial and administrative activities of one of its judges.

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