Sutherland, Arthur E. Papers, 1923-1972: Finding Aid.
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Creator: Sutherland, Arthur E.
Title: Arthur E. Sutherland papers
Quantity: 1 collection (98 boxes, 19 Paige
Language of materials: English
Abstract: This collection contains materials relating to Sutherland's teaching, writing, research
and professional activities, and to his interest in constitutional law.
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Prepared by Danny Brudney and Tom Brudney, August, 1972; July, 1974.
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Sutherland, Arthur Eugene, attorney, law professor, legal scholar.
b. Rochester, N.Y., February 9, 1902.
s. Arthur E. and Eleanor (Reed) S.
Educated in public and private schools, U.S. and Switzerland.
A.B. Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1922.
LL.B., Harvard, 1925; J.S.D., Suffolk University, 1960.
m. Margaret Adams, September 10, 1927 (deceased January, 1958); children: David Adams,
Peter Adams, Eleanor Reed, and Prudence.
m. second Mary Genung Kirk, February 21, 1959.
Associated with American Commission for Relief in the Near East, in Asia Minor and
Admitted to the New York State Bar, 1926; practiced in Rochester, New York, 1926-1941.
Secretary to Oliver Wendell Holmes, U.S. Supreme Court, 1927-1928.
Commissioner, Uniform State Laws of New York, 1948-1950.
Professor of Law, Cornell University, 1945-1950.
Professor of Law, Harvard, 1950-1955; Bussey Professor of Law, 1955-1970; Bussey Professor
of Law Emeritus, 1970-
Purington Visiting Professor of Political Science, Mt. Holyoke College, 1958-1959.
Fulbright Lecturer, Oxford University (England), 1956.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Lecturer under the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, presented at
University of North Carolina, 1963.
Delegate, New York State Constitutional Convention, 1938.
Trustee of Mt. Holyoke College.
Served with United States Army, 1941-1945; Office of Under-Secretary of War, Headquarters,
1st Infantry Division, Headquarters 5th Army; U.S. Forces, Austria; in Mediterranean
and E.T.O.; Discharged as colonel, 1945; ret. Colonel. O.R.C.
American Legion of Merit with Cluster, Bronze Star Medal (U.S.) Order Brit. Empire;
Cross of War (twice) (France); Czechoslovakian War Cross; Ouissam Alaouite (Morocco);
Volontari della Liberta, Italy.
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Member American Law Institute; American, New York State Bar Associations.
d. March 8, 1973.
Cases and Materials on Commercial Cases and Other Problems, 1952; and also The Law of Transactions (with others), 1951.
Constitutional Law and One Man Among Many, 1956.
Constitutionalism in America, 1965.
Apology for Uncomfortable Change, 1863-1963 (The Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures, 1963), 1965.
Also other books and legal journal articles.
- Series I.Correspondence, Notes, Etc.This Series is arranged alphabetically by subject. Correspondentsinclude Harvard College
and Harvard Law School colleagues, lawteachers in other parts of the United States
and abroad, practicinglawyers, editors of publishing houses, former students, etc.
TheSeries covers the period 1947-1969. Of interest are the foldersrelating to Sutherland's
work as a consultant for the Department ofthe Army.
The Series includes letters from Kingman Brewster,Jr.; Senators Joseph S. Clark, Sam
Ervin, Jacob Javits, and KennethKeating; and Generals W.C. Westmoreland and Maxwell
- Series II.Teaching NotesMaterial inthis Series consists of research materials, typewritten andhand-written
notes and assignments. Courses dealt with all relate toconstitutional law. The course
entitled Constitutional Law was a lawschool course taught by Sutherland at Cornell
and HarvardUniversities, 1946-1961. Government 224A and Social Sciences 4 wereundergraduate
courses taught at Harvard University. For copies ofHarvard Law School examinations
given by Sutherland see SeriesHarvard Miscellany, Harvard Law School: Examinations.
- Series III.Writings: Cases on Constitutional Law This Series relates to Constitutional Law: Cases and Other Problems , 1967 edition, by Arthur E. Sutherland, Paul A. Freund, MarkDeWolfe Howe and Ernest
J. Brown. The Series consists ofcorrespondence, research material and notes on the
various topics andcases involved.
- Series IV.Other Writings, Speeches, Special Lectures, BookReviews, Etc.This Series consists of notes,drafts, research material, final typewritten manuscripts,
andreprints of some of Sutherland's writings and speeches as well ascorrespondence
about some individual pieces of writing. A substantialpart of this MS material deals
with the functioning of the UnitedStates Supreme Court from an historical viewpoint
and with specialreference to the decisions of the 1950's.
The material in thisSeries is organized chronologically by date of publication or
- Series V.The American Law InstituteThis Series relates to Sutherland's work on the Model Code ofPre-arraignment Procedure.
It deals primarily with the period1959-1965, although there is some material dated
prior to 1959. TheSeries is divided into three parts. The first is correspondence
bothrelated and unrelated to the Pre-arraignment Project. The second is aresearch
file, and the last contains drafts of reports and othermaterials dealing directly
with the Pre-arraignment Project. Alsoworking with Sutherland on the Project were
Miss Susan Shapiro, Mr.James Vorenberg, Mr. Edward Barrett, and Mr. Robert Williams.
Sutherland was the original Reporter-in-Chief; he resigned butremained a consultant
throughout. His successors as Reporters wereJames Vorenberg and Paul Bator.
- Series VI.Sunday Laws Research FilesOnJune 13, 1961 Governor Volpe of Massachusetts appointed a committee,with Sutherland
as chairman, to study and make recommendationsconcerning the Sunday Laws of the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts. ThisSeries contains correspondence from numerous organizations andindividuals,
research material, notes, drafts, and final copies ofthe report to the Governor. The
report includes both minority andmajority recommendations for changing the relevant
statutes.Sutherland signed the minority version which recommended moreextensive amendments
than did the majority draft.
- Series VII.Government Under Law: The John MarshallBicentennial at the Harvard Law School Aconference on "Government Under Law" was held at the Harvard LawSchool in September
1955 on the occasion of the bicentennial of JohnMarshall's birth. Sutherland was chairman
of the faculty committeethat arranged the conference. This Series consists of correspondenceand
drafts of speeches made at the conference. Speakers includedUnited States Chief Justice
Earl Warren, Supreme Court Justice FelixFrankfurter, The Rt. Hon. Sir Raymond Evershed,
Master of the Rolls,England, Professor Andre Tunc of the University of Grenoble,Professor
Herbers Wechsler of Columbia University, Thurgood Marshall,United States District
Judge Charles Wyzanski, The Hon. PatrickKerwin, Chief Justice of Canada, and The R.
Hon. Sir Owen Dixon,Chief Justice of Australia.
- Series VIII.Harvard MiscellanyThisSeries consists of correspondence with colleagues, speeches atHarvard Clubs and
Harvard Law School Associations throughout thecountry, and material relating to the
Harvard Law School Model Trial,the Sutherland Club, and other Harvard University activities.
Theperiod covered is 1951-1969.
- Series IX.Correspondence Correspondence in this Series is with colleagues, practicingattorneys, former students,
and academic institutions. Somecorrespondence about pending legislation or legal cases
of nationalinterest is included.
Correspondence is of a professionalnature, although it contains some personal matters
relating toSutherland's correspondents. The period covered is mainly the 1950'sand
1960's. Materials are arranged alphabetically bycorrespondent.
- Series X.Teaching Notes: Miscellaneous Courses, MaterialsThis Series contains mainly material onSutherland's course and seminars on Commercial
Law and a course andseminar he taught in the college entitled Government 224-A, whichdealt
with current problems in American Constitutional Law. The typesof material included
are syllabi, notes, student papers, legal casesused as illustrations of points, and
printed items. The periodcovered is 1950 to 1965.
- Series XI.Bill of Rights SeminarThesefolders contain material pertaining to the Seminar on the Bill ofRights and the
Fourteenth Amendment taught by Sutherland as aConstitutional Law course at the Harvard
Law School. Material in thisSeries consists of reading lists, outlines of seminars,
lists ofstudents who attended seminars, students' "work in progress," studentpapers,
Sutherland's notes, and some clippings.
Materials arearranged chronologically, and cover the period 1950 to 1968.
- Series XII.Writings: The Law at HarvardThis Series relates to the publication of Sutherland's book TheLaw at Harvard. Materials
include correspondence with HarvardUniversity Press, fan mail, requests for copies,
book reviews,permissions, research items, pictures used in book, and some galleysheets.
The book was commissioned for the Sesquicentennialcelebration of the Harvard Law School
in 1967. The Series covers theperiod 1966-1969.
- Series XIII.Writings: Lawyer in AmericaThe book Lawyers in America was commissioned by the American BarAssociation for the
celebration of its Centennial in 1978. Sutherlandcompleted the manuscript before his
death in 1973.
The Seriescontains drafts in various stages of the various chapters;handwritten and
typed notes; and bibliographies, indices and a largeamount of research material assembled
by Sutherland for this project,both in printed and Xerox form.
- Series XIV.Other Writings, Speeches, Special LecturesThis Series consists of materials pertainingto articles, speeches, lectures, and book
reviews written orpresented by Sutherland from 1940 to 1963. Folders contain notes,drafts
and research materials as well as reprints of some ofSutherland's articles and speeches.
Some correspondence aboutindividual reviews or speeches is also included. One central
theme inthese writings is the relation of the individual to the democraticsociety
around him, and the questions in constitutional law raised bythis relationship.
- Series XV.Research Notes and MaterialsThis Series consists of material on specific cases whichSutherland used for his lectures
and books, and of a set of indexcards on "arrest," with citations under a variety
- Series XVI.The American Law Institute This Series relates to Sutherland's work on the Model Code ofPrearraignment procedure.
It supplements the material in ContingentI. on the same topic. Material in this group
covers the period 1962to 1969, and includes mainly drafts and research materials.
- Series XVII.New York State Commission on the Quality, Cost andFinancing of Elementary and Secondary
Education Folders in this Series pertain to affairs of this Commission ofwhich Sutherland was
a member. The Commission was created when NewYork Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller and
the State Board of Regentsappointed 16 citizens who were all interested in public
schools andtheir problems, in October 1969. The Commission's goal was toevaluate the
state's present educational system and recommend ways toimprove it. The Commission
prepared its findings during 1970 and1971.
Much of the material in this Series consists of Xeroxcopies of reports to the Commission,
speeches, and memoranda.
- Series XVIII.Nieman FellowsNiemanfellowships are awarded by Harvard University to professionaljournalists for
one year of study at Harvard covering broad orspecific subjects of their choice. These
fellowships were createdunder a bequest by Agnes Wahl Nieman "to promote and elevatestandards
of journalism"; her husband, Lucius W. Nieman, founded theMilwaukee Journal.
This Series includes memoranda and outlinesannouncing topics that were to be discussed
by the Nieman Fellowas asa group with Harvard Law School faculty members. Sutherland
was amember of the Harvard Law School Committee that arranged thesemeetings. This
Series covers the period 1951 to 1966.
- Series XIX.Miscellaneous Subjects ThisSeries includes a miscellany of professional projects in whichSutherland was involved
in a minor way and of personal items such asHarvard class reunions, clippings about
himself, and legal cases inwhich he served in the capacity of arbitrator or counsel.
- Series XX.Paige Boxes Items in thisgroup were transferred to the Harvard Law School Library fromProfessor
Sutherland's office in January 1974. Much of this materialwas kept or placed by Professor
Sutherland inside 3-hole notebookcovers, for convenience of storage and retrieval.
Also includesaddena added to the Sutherland Papers in August 2004. This lateraddenda
includes letters of recommendation Sutherland wrote forstudents, which are closed
to the public.
The Arthur E. Sutherland Papers span the years 1923 to 1972, with the bulk of the
material dating from 1950, when Professor Sutherland joined the Harvard Law School
The Papers include correspondence (both incoming and carbons of outgoing mail); manuscripts
of published and unpublished writings and speeches; notes; drafts; outlines; lists;
bibliographies; research material; legislative and legal documents; judicial decisions;
reports; memoranda; galley proofs; newspaper clippings; printed items; photographs;
phonograph records; and tapes.
The Papers relate to Professor Sutherland's teaching, writing, research, and other
professional activities. Professor Sutherland's special field was constitutional law,
and a large portion of his Papers relates to this field of law. The Papers include
teaching notes of courses given by Professor Sutherland at Cornell Law School, Harvard
Law School and Harvard College, and special lectureships such as the Rundell Lectures,
delivered at the University of Wisconsin Law School November 16, 17 and 18, 1955,
the lectures delivered at Oxford (England) as Fulbright Lecturer in 1956, the lectures
on constitutional rights of minorities given over The Voice of America (radio) in
1960, the Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures delivered at the University of North Carolina
October 1, 2 and 3, 1963, the Meiklejohn Lecture delivered at Brown University May
1, 1964, and the Edward Douglass White Lecture delivered at Georgetown University
Law Center October 21, 1964.
Another sizeable group of the Papers consists of Professor Sutherland's research materials,
notes and drafts for the manuscript of section of the book Constitutional Law: Cases and Other Problems (1967 edition, in 2 volumes, by A.E. Sutherland, Paul E. Freund, Mark De Wolfe Howe,
and Ernest J. Brown); there is also a fair amount of correspondence relating to his
research for this manuscript. A third important group in the Papers relates to Mr.
Sutherland's work as reporter-in-chief, and subsequently as consultant, on the Model
Code of Pre-arraignment Procedure for the American Law Institute (1959-1965). A fourth
group are the so-called Sunday Laws research files, which Professor Sutherland assembled
while serving as chairman of a committee, appointed by Governor Volpe of Massachusetts.
A fifth sizeable group of papers relates to Professor Sutherland's work as chairman
of the Harvard Law School Faculty Committee which arranged the conference "Government
Under Law," held at the Harvard Law School in September of 1955 on the occasion of
the bicentennial of John Marshall's birth.
Included in the Papers are drafts in various stages of Professor Sutherland's two
books, The Law at Harvard (1967) and Lawyer in America (which will be published posthumously). There is a sizeable amount of research materials
assembled by Sutherland in connection with the writing of these monographs. Other
small groups of material deal with Sutherland's participation as a member of state,
professional or academic commissions and committees, such as the New York State Commission
on the Quality, Cost and Financing of Elementary and Secondary Education, the Harvard
Law School Committee on the Neiman Fellows, the New York State Constitutional Convention,
and the so-called Federalism Project.
Correspondence in Professor Sutherland's Papers relates predominantly to his professional
activities and research. The two Correspondence Series include both letters received
and carbons of letters sent. However, beginning with 1962, Sutherland kept the carbons
of letters sent in notebooks, each covering approximately one calendar year; these
notebooks were placed in Paige Boxes 3 and 4.
Professor Sutherland's correspondents ranged from professional colleagues, fellow
attorneys and Law School alumni to members of the judiciary. Some of his more important
correspondents were: Elijah Adlow; Raymond Pace Alexander; William J. Brennan, Jr.;
Emanuel Celler; Grenville Clark; Thomas Gardener Corcoran; Zelman Cowan; Archibald
Cox; Ami Cutter; Robert F. Drinan; Samuel J. Ervin; Felix Frankfurter; Henry J. Friendly;
Robert W. Kastenmeier; Kenneth B. Keating; John F. Kennedy; Edward J. Lumbard; Thomas
J. Michie; J.D.B. Mitchell; John Lord O'Brian; Roscoe Pound; Nathan M. Pusey; Robert
E. Quinn; Paul C. Reardon; John O. Rogge; Leverett Saltonstall; Samuel A. Stouffer;
and Andre Tunc.
The Sutherland Papers also contains a group of tapes of interviews, speeches, and
various other academic celebrations. Of special interest are Professor Sutherland's
tape recordings of the reminiscences of Dean Roscoe Pound and Professor Austin Wakeman
- Series: CORRESPONDENCE, NOTES, ETC.
Correspondence of AES is arranged alphabetically by subject. Correspondents include
Harvard College and Harvard Law School colleagues, law teachers in other parts of the United States and abroad, practicing
lawyers, editors of publishing houses, former students, etc. Period covered is 1947-1969.
Of interest are the folders relating to AES's work as a consultant for the Department
of the Army.
Correspondence includes letters from Kingman Brewster, Jr., Senators Joseph S. Clark, Sam Ervin, Jacob Javits, Kenneth Keating, Generals W.C. Westmoreland, Maxwell Taylor.
- 1-1 to 1-2. American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Committee on Publications) 1955-1962
- 1-3. American Bar Association: Chicago Meeting, Conference of Chief Justices 1963-1966
- File relates to AES's speech in Chicago, August 9, 1963.
- 1-4. American Bar Association: Committee on the Law of Occupied and Extraterritorial Defense
Areas February-June 1957; one item dated 1969
Date: February-June 1957;
- 1-5. American Bar Association: " Communist, Tactics, Strategy and Objectives" (a report) October 1958-August 1959
Date: October 1958-August 1959
- 1-6 to 1-7. American Bar Association: Contempt of Court June-October 1966
Date: June-October 1966
- Folders relate to AES's appearance before 1966 National
Conference of State Trial Judges, August 6, 1966, in Montreal; one item
- 1-8 to 1-9. American Bar Association: Section of International and Comparative Law 1957-1963
- 1-10. American Bar Association: Miscellany
- 1-11. American Committee for Cultural Freedom, Inc. 1954-1956
- 2-1 to 2-2. American Jewish Congress 1953-1967
- 2-3 to 2-4. Arbitration matters 1966-1967
- Folders relate to AES's work as arbiter in the case of Albion v. Oakes.
- 2-5. Aspirin Case, Erie County, N.Y. 1960
- 2-6. The Australian Society of Legal Philosophy 1962
- 2-7 to 2-8. Boston Bar Association 1962-1965
- 2-9. Brewster, Kingman, Jr.; carbon of letter to Professor F.X. Sutton, Harvard Survey of the Behavioral Sciences, February 1, 1954, concerning the social
sciences in relation to the law.
Date: February 1, 1954,
- 2-10. Byrd, Elbert M., Jr., Treaties and Executive Agreement in the United States
- Corr. re book review for The American Journal of International Law 1960-1961
- 2-11 to 2-12. The Cambridge Historical Society 1956-1965
- Folders contain typed copies of AES "A House and Three
Centuries", read at meeting of Society in 1957.
- 2-13 to 2-14. The Catholic Youth Encyclopedia 1961-1964
- 2-15. Church-State 1961-1965
- 3-1. Clark, Joseph S., U.S. Senator 1959-1961
- 3-2. Commonwealth-American Legal Studies 1956-1960
- Files relate to corr. with the Committee on the above Studies.
- 3-3 to 3-5. Constitutionalism in America (AES), Blaisdell Publishing Co.
- Files relate to publication of book and cover 1963-1968 period.
- 3-6. Constitutional Law -1960 Supplement
- Material dates 1959-1960.
- 3-7 to 3-8. Constitutional Law Supplement 1965-1967
- 3-9. Cornell University 1947-1963
- Corr. of AES while on Cornell Law School Faculty and with Cornell
after he went to Harvard; one item dated 1939.
- 3-10. Costanzo, Joseph F., Rev. S.J.
- Corr. re AES's foreword to Costanzo's book This Nation Under God 1963-1964
- Court of Military Appeals
- See United States Court of Military Appeals
- 4-1. Crime and violence 1967-1968
- Contains loose-leaf scrapbook of clippings entitled "Gunsmoke in the Ghetto"; also
student paper by John Levin on the right to bear arms.
- 4-2 to 4-4. Crown Kosher Supermarket v. Gallagher 1959-1961
- 4-5 to 4-6. Food Law Institute, Inc. ( Charles W. Dunn) 1954-1959
- 4-7. The Ford Foundation (correspondence excluding Ghana) 1959-1963
- 4-8. Freedom Riders 1961
- Folder includes small phonograph record.
- 4-9. Fund For Tomorrow, Inc. 1959
- Corr. with President, Peter Weiss.
- 4-10 to 4-14. Ghana (Africa)
- Folders relate mainly to AES's visit to Ghana and its legal institutions in the summer
- 4-10. Bing, Geoffrey 1959-1960
- 4-11. Ford Foundation and Institute of International Education 1959-1965 (includes photos of AES, Gower, etc.)
- 4-12. Lang, J.H.A. 1958-1960
- 4-13. Programs, misc. corr., pictures 1959-1961
- 4-14. Reading material 1958-1961
- 4-15. Inrig, George April 1961
Date: April 1961
- Folder contains letter on litigation in the United States in the 19th Century concerning
collusive captures, etc. among American and Halifax merchants.
- 4-16. International Commission of Jurists 1957
- 4-17. Irish, Marian 1960-1969
- 4-18. Isaacs, Reginald 1957-1961
- 4-19. Israels, Carlos 1958-1962
- 4-20. Ito, Masami 1955-1956
- 4-21. Izawa, Kohei 1953-1955
- 5-1. Japan: Commission on the Constitution 1962-1965
- 5-2. Javits, Jacob K., U.S. Senator 1963
- Folder relates to civil rights legislation introduced in 1963. Folder contains correspondence
and telegrams between AES and Senator Javits.
- 5-3. John Marshall Bicentennial, College of William and Mary May 12, 13, 1955
Date: May 12, 13, 1955
- Conference on Justice Marshall was attended by AES. Folder contains correspondence
relating to conference and material on
Justice Marshall by Professors Haskins ( University of Pennsylvania), Dorfman ( Columbia University), Holcombe ( Harvard University) and by Mr. Irving Brant.
- 5-4. The Lawyers' Co-Operative Publishing Company 1955-1965
- 5-5. " The Lawyer's Duty to Represent 'Unpopular' Clients"; panel discussion moderated by AES, May 4, 1957 at the Harvard Club of Washington, D.C.
Date: May 4, 1957
- Folder contains correspondence relating to that discussion, including correspondence
with Senator Sam Ervin.
- 5-6. Literacy Tests for Voters 1962
- Folder contains correspondence of AES with Senators Ervin and Keating.
- 5-7. The Magna Carta Commission of Virginia 1964-1968
- Folder contains hand-written draft and galley proof of essay by AES The Church Shall
Be Free published in 1965 as a pamphlet for
the Magna Carta Commission of Virginia.
- 5-8. National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. Uniform Rules of Criminal
- AES was a member of the Uniform Torts and Criminal Law Acts Section of the N.C.C.U.S.L.
Folder contains a copy of a proposal for a uniform code of criminal procedure.
- 5-9. New York State Bar Association. Special Committee to Investigate Statutory Limitations on Attorney Fees (report of committee) 1949
- 5-10. Richmond-Charlotte 1954
- Folder contains correspondence relating to talks given by AES in Richmond and Charlotte.
- 5-11. Robert Morris Associates 1958
- File relates to panel discussion on the Uniform Commercial Code, Article 9, moderated
by AES in September 1958.
- 5-12 to 5-13. SAILER Memorandum 1962
- Folders relate to the activities of the Advisory Committee of the Project on Staffing of African Institutions of Legal Education
- 6-1. St. John's University School of Law 1957
- Folder relates to one lecture which AES delivered in a course
on Military Law during Spring 1957.
- 6-2 to 6-3. United States Civil Service Commission 1961-1963
- 6-4. United States Congress: Government Information Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations 1956
- 6-5 to 6-6. United States Court of Military Appeals 1953-1954
- 6-7. United States Court of Military Appeals 1959-1960
- Folder relates to proposal by Rev. Joseph M. Snee, S.J., for a new Uniform
Code of Military Justice.
- 6-8 to 6-9. United States Department of the Army 1951-1960
- Folders relate to AES's work as consultant for the Department of the Army.
- 6-10. United States Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights
- Folder relates to AES's appearance before Committee including text of his statement
"Confessions during 'Unnecessary Delay' in Arraignment".
- 6-11. Wesleyan University 1957
- "The Law and Social Change"
- File relates to seminar at Wesleyan participated in by AES and Eugene Rostow, May
- Series: TEACHING NOTES
Material in this Series consists of research materials, typewritten and hand-written
notes and assignments. Courses dealt with all relate to constitutional law. The course
entitled Constitutional Law was a law school course taught by AES at Cornell and Harvard
Universities, 1946-1961. Government 224A and Social Sciences 4 were undergraduate
courses taught at Harvard University. For copies of Harvard Law School examinations given by AES see Series: HARVARD MISCELLANY,
Harvard Law School: Examinations.
- 7-1 to 7-2. Constitutional Law 1946-1951
- Folders contain notes for Constitutional Law course given by AES before introduction
of his constitutional law casebook.
- 7-3 to 7-5. Constitutional Law 1952
- 7-6 to 7-7. Constitutional Law 1953-1954
- 7-6. also contains Constitutional Law material from 1951 and Government 224A material from
- 7-7. contains list of cases for constitutional law casebook.
- 7-8. Constitutional Law 1958-1959
- 7-9 to 8-1. Constitutional Law 1959-1960
- 8-2. Constitutional Law 1960-1961
- 8-3 to 8-6. Constitutional Law: Assignments 1951-1962
- 8-7 to 8-8. Social Sciences 4 1963-1964
- 8-8. contains selected readings.
- 8-9. Questions For Commercial Transactions 1967
- Series: WRITINGS: CASES ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
This Series relates to Constitutional Law: Cases and Other Problems, two volumes,
1967 edition, by Arthur E. Sutherland, Paul A. Freund, Mark DeWolfe Howe and Ernest J. Brown. The Series consists of correspondence, research material and notes on the various
topics and cases involved. In 10-1 there is a copy of a paper on "The Dynamics of
Federalism" by Professor Carl J. Friedrich of Harvard College.
- 9-1. Draft on Constitutional History
- Folder contains two drafts of essay Unconstitutionality of Federal Statutes: Marbury
- 9-2. Bibliography on Constitutional Law
- Folder contains notes and a list of books on constitutional law.
- 9-3. List of Cases Supplementary to Text
- 9-4. Correspondence 1950-1965
- 9-5. Notes and Research Material
- 9-6. I. Judicial Review - 1. Historic Basis
- Folder contains notes, an essay by Ruth Silva on Presidential Succession and Disability,
a copy of an essay by Charles Curtis on Marbury v. Madison and reading lists for Government 224A.
- 9-7. I. Judicial Review - 2. Present Statutory Basis
- 9-8 to 9-9. I. Judicial Review - 3. Judicial Review in Operation
- 9-8. relates to the Business of the Court-Personalities.
- 9-9. contains extensive notes and newspaper clippings. Also a draft for a revision of Chapter
1 of Willoughby on the Constitution of the United States.
- 9-10 to 10-1. II. Problems of Federalism - 4. Basic Issues of Federalism
- 9-10. contains several drafts of Chapter 3, The Division of Power between the United States and Its Member States.
- 10-1. contains notes and other material including a paper by Professor Carl J. Friedrich on "The Dynamics of Federalism".
- 10-2. II. Problems of Federalism - 5. National and State Power
- Folder contains notes, newspaper clippings, teaching materials. There is also an article
by Professor Robert Cushman of Cornell University, entitled "The Purge of Federal Employees Accused of Disloyalty" (1943).
- 10-3. II. Problems of Federalism - 6. Powers Over Transportation
- Folder contains notes and a draft outline for a study on "Commerce, Transportation
and Tariff Barriers".
- 10-4 to 10-6. II. Problems of Federalism - 7. National Power Over the Economy
- 10-4. relates to A. Trade, Production and Employment.
- 10-5. relates to B. Money and Banking.
- 10-6. relates to C. Water Resources and Government Property.
- 10-7 to 12-4. II. Problems of Federalism - 8. National Powers Under International Agreements
- 10-7 to 11-3. relate to proposals to amend the Constitution relative to the making and legal effects
of treaties and executive agreements.
- 11-4 to 12-4. relate to that question and to other international problems, among them the re-arming
of West Germany and the question of controls on atomic weapons.
- 12-5 to 12-8. II. Problems of Federalism - 9. The States in a Federal Union
- 12-5. relates to A. Movement of Persons.
- 12-6. relates to B. Protection of the Local Economy and Welfare.
- 12-7. relates to C. Effects of Federal Action.
- 12-8. relates to D. State Taxation. It contains a paper written in 1950 for Government 224A
by Mr. James Sours, entitled "State Taxation of Interstate Commerce".
- 12-9. II. Problems of Federalism - 10. Methods of Cooperation and Accomodation
- File contains notes and paper from Government 224A (1952) on "Full Faith and Credit".
- 12-10. II. Problems of Federalism - 11. Intergovernmental Immunities
- File contains material on A. Taxation and B. Non-tax Immunities.
- 13-1. II. Problems of Federalism - 12. The Constitution Overseas
- 13-2 to 13-4. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 13. Acquisition and Deprivation of Nationality
- 13-2. relates to A. Acquisition of Nationality and Citizenship.
- 13-3. relates to B. Voluntary Renunciation of Nationality.
- 13-4. relates to C. Revocation of Naturalization and D. Deportation.
- 13-5 to 14-3. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 14. Privileges and Immunities, Equality
and Civil Rights
- 13-5. relates to A. Historical Note.
- 13-6 to 13-7. relate to D. Civil War Amendments and Civil Rights Statutes.
- 13-8 to 14-3. relate to E. Equal Protection of the Laws.
- 14-4 to 16-4. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 15. Constitutional Requirements of Fair
- 14-4. relates to A. The Bill of Rights and the Meaning of Procedural Due Process.
- 15-2 to 15-8 relate to B. The Essentials of Fair Procedure. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 15. Constitutional Requirements of Fair
- 15-2 to 15-3 relate to B (1) An Ascertainable Standard of Conduct.
- 15-4 relates to B (2)-(6)
- 15-5 to 15-7 relate to B (7) Freedom From Compulsory Self-Incrimination.
- 15-8 relates to B (8)-(10).
- 16-1 to 16-4 relate to C. The Constitution and Military Tribunals. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 15. Constitutional Requirements of Fair
- 16-5 to 20-4. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 16. Constitutional Safeguards of Substantive
- 16-5 to 17-6 relate to A. Property: Its Regulation and Its Taking. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 16. Constitutional Safeguards of Substantive
- 16-5 to 16-6 relate to A (1) Regulations of Business Activity.
- 16-7 relates to A (3) Eminent Domain.
- 17-7 to 19-6 relate to B. Freedom of Speech and Association. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 16. Constitutional Safeguards of Substantive
- 17-7 to 19-1 relate to B (1)-(3)
- ___17-7 contains 4 phonograph records.
- ___18-2 contains 5 phonograph records.
- 19-2 relates to B (2) Hortatory Speech and Action.
- 19-3 relates to B (4) Publicity Concerning Trials.
- 19-4 to 19-6 relate to B (5) Requirements of Disclosure and Disclaimer. 19-4 contains
a paper by AES given at Columbia University in 1954 entitled "National Policies for
Health, Education and Social Services".
- 19-7 to 20-4 relate to C. Religion. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 16. Constitutional Safeguards of Substantive
- 20-5. III. Safeguards of Liberty and Property - 17. Retroactivity
- 20-6. Supplement for Constitutional Law Casebook
- File contains notes for Supplement.
- Series: OTHER WRITINGS, SPEECHES, SPECIAL LECTURES, BOOK REVIEWS, ETC.
This Series consists of notes, drafts, research material, final typewritten manuscripts
and reprints of some of AES's writings and speeches as well as correspondence about
some individual pieces of writing. A substantial part of this MS material deals with
the functioning of the United States Supreme Court from an historical viewpoint and with special reference to the decisions of the 1950's.
The material in this Series is organized chronologically by date of publication or
date of presentation.
- 20-7. Book review of Crisis in Freedom, the Alien and Sedition Acts by John C. Miller; it seems to be unpublished, apparently written in 1951.
- Folder contains notes and five drafts of the review.
- 20-8 to 20-9. " Logic, Experience and Negotiable Paper: Some Observations on Article 3 of the Commercial
Code", Wisconsin Law Review, March 1952.
Date: March 1952.
- Folders contain correspondence with the Wisconsin Law Review about the essay, notes
and two drafts of the essay. There is also an informal analysis of a forgery case
by R. Carswell.
- 21-1. " Private Government and Public Policy", The Yale Review, Spring 1952 Issue
- Folder contains correspondence with The Yale Review, notes and four drafts of the
- 21-2. " The Supreme Court and the General Will: Some Speculations on the Judicial Role in
Tomorrow's Democracy", presented by AES to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, January 14, 1953
Date: January 14, 1953
- Folder contains correspondence and two drafts of the speech.
- 21-3. League of Women Voters January 1953
Date: January 1953
- Folder contains clippings relating to speeches by AES on treaty procedures and a copy
of the report of the 8th Session of The
Commission on Human Rights. No copies of speeches by AES.
- 21-4. " Private Government and Public Enterprise", talk given at Radcliffe College, June 7, 1953.
Date: June 7, 1953.
- Folder contains correspondence and a draft of the talk.
- 21-5. " Civilization and Convocation", address presented by AES at Wheaton College, September 24, 1953
Date: September 24, 1953
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the
- 21-6. " The Scholar's Integrity and the Public Service", address presented at Wesleyan College, April 24, 1954
Date: April 24, 1954
- Folder contains a copy of the address.
- 21-7. " Segregation and the Supreme Court", article for the Atlantic Monthly on anti-segregation decision of May 17, 1954.
Date: May 17, 1954.
- 21-8. Book review of Le système constitutionnel des Etats-Unis d'Amérique; vol. I, Histoire constitutionnelle
by André and Suzanne Tunc; published in Revue Internationale de Droit Comparé, Issue # 2, Summer 1954
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the review. For review of vol. II see
21-10.For review of vol. III see 23-5.
- 21-9. " A Fair Trial and a Free Press", paper by Professors Cox, Howe, Sutherland, distributed to the Nieman Fellows, November
Date: November 5, 1954
- Folder contains newspaper clippings on Brink's robbery and Norwood killings and a
copy of the paper.
- 21-10. Book review of Le système constitutionnel des Etats-Unis d'Amérique; vol. II, Le système constitutionnel
actuel by André and Suzanne Tunc; published in Revue Internationale de Droit Comparé, Issue # 1, 1955
- Folder contains correspondence and three drafts of the review. For review of vol.
I see 21-8.For review of vol. III see 23-5.
- 21-11. " Individual Liberties", address delivered at Wellesley College, February 3, 1955
Date: February 3, 1955
- Folder contains correspondence, notes and an outline (see
letter of January 10, 1955 to Mrs. Charles E. Taylor) of the
- 21-12. " The Freedom to Dissent and the Constitution", speech given at The University of Rochester Student Conference, February 22, 1955
Date: February 22, 1955
- Folder contains correspondence and notes. There is also one very brief draft of the
- 21-13 to 21-14. " Religious Freedom and State Colleges", address delivered at Southern Methodist University, April 6, 1955
Date: April 6, 1955
- Folders contain correspondence and four drafts of the address. Also included under
March 16, 1955 is material on religion and
public education published by the Yale University Divinity School,
- 21-15. " The Supreme Court and Private Schools: Reassurance for Some Worried Educators", Harvard Educational Review, Summer 1955
- File contains notes and three drafts of reply to article published in Harvard Educational
Review, Winter 1955.
- 22-1 to 22-6. " The Law and One Man Among Many", Rundell Lectures, November 16, 17, 18, 1955, University of Wisconsin Law School
Date: November 16, 17, 18, 1955,
- 22-1. contains correspondence relating to the lectures and to their publication as a book.
- 22-2. contains notes for and a copy of the lectures. It also contains material dealing with
the administrative process from Professor Stone.
- 22-3 to 22-4. contain notes and four drafts of first lecture, "Fashions in Individualism", delivered
November 16, 1955.
- 22-5. contains two drafts of second lecture, "Freedom Added and Subtracted", delivered November
- 22-6. contains three drafts of third lecture, "Perception of Justice", delivered November
18, 1955. Also contains a draft of an epilogue and eight reviews of the published
- 22-7 to 23-1. " The Nation's Economy and State Frontiers", Stanford Law Review, December 1955
Date: December 1955
- File contains correspondence relating to article written by AES for a symposium on
Justice Jackson. It also contains notes, material for and six drafts of the article.
- 23-2. Book review of Conservatism in America by Clinton Rossiter, Harvard Law Review, April 1956
Date: April 1956
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the review.
- 23-3. Crimes and Courts; a book review of The Guilty Mind: Psychiatry and the Law of Homicide by John Biggs, Jr. and The Challenge of Law Reform by Arthur T. Vanderbilt; published in The Yale Review, Spring 1956
- Folder contains correspondence and five drafts of the review.
- 23-4. " Colleges, Churches and Constitutions", talk delivered at Yale University Divinity School, June 16, 1956
Date: June 16, 1956
- Folder contains correspondence and outline of speech delivered
by AES. The speech was on behalf of the New England and Middle Atlantic States Junior College Workshop.
- 23-5. Book review of Le système constitutionnel des Etats-Unis d'Amérique; vol. III, Sources et Techniques
by André and Suzanne Tunc; published in Revue Internationale de Droit Comparé, Issue # 3, Fall 1956
- Folder contains correspondence and two drafts of the review. For review of vol. I
see 21-8.For review of vol. II see 21-10.
- 23-6. " The American Judiciary and Racial Desegregation", lecture delivered at The London School of Economics and Political Science, November 27, 1956
Date: November 27, 1956
- Folder contains correspondence, material for and four drafts of the lecture which
was published by The Modern Law Review, May
- 23-7. " A Jury Trial as a Teaching Device", Journal of the Society of Public Teachers of Law, 1957
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the article.
- 23-8. " Civil Rights on a National Level", speech at Massachusetts Civil Rights Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Boston, March 23, 1957
Date: March 23, 1957
- Folder contains correspondence and material from Congressman Kenneth Keating. No copy
- 23-9. " The Roots of American Constitutionalism", address delivered to the Conference of Maryland High School Principals, Baltimore,
April 4, 1957
Date: April 4, 1957
- Folder contains correspondence and two drafts of the address. It also contains a memo
from Mr. John Dos Passos.
- 23-10. " La Formation du Juriste Americain", Revue Internationale de Droit Compare, July-September Issue, 1957
- Folder contains correspondence, two French and one English drafts of the article.
- 23-11. Book review of The Supreme Court, Constitutional Revolution in Retrospect by Bernard Schwarts, Northwestern University Law Review, September-October 1957
Date: September-October 1957
- Folder contains correspondence, notes and a draft of the review. It also contains
a copy of the published review.
- 23-12. Book review of "The Bill of Rights", The Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures 1958 by Learned Hand, The New York Times Book Review, February 1958
Date: February 1958
- Folder contains correspondence and two drafts of the review. It also contains a hand-written
letter from Judge Learned Hand.
- 23-13. " Commercial Paper", New England Law Institute, Inc. Lecture Series, Boston, February 21, 1958
Date: February 21, 1958
- Folder contains correspondence relating to the lecture, notes
and two outlines of the lecture. No copy of the lecture.
- 23-14. Book review of The Role of the Supreme Court in American Government and Politics-1835-1864 by Charles Grove Hainis and Foster Sherwood, Minnesota Law Review, March 1958
Date: March 1958
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the review. There are also photostats
of several pages of the book reviewed with AES's notations.
- 23-15. " Commercial Paper", New England Law Institute, Inc. Lecture Series, Springfield, Massachusetts, March 22, 1958
Date: March 22, 1958
- Folder contains correspondence and an outline of the lecture.
No copy of the lecture.
- 23-16. " Reason and Force in Popular Government", speech delivered at Mt. Holyoke College, November 6, 1958
Date: November 6, 1958
- Folder contains three drafts of the speech.
- 24-1. " Commercial Paper", New England Law Institute, Inc., Three-Day Workshop on the new Massachusetts Uniform Commercial Code. Lecture given
in Boston, November 7, 1958.
Date: November 7, 1958.
- Folder contains correspondence relating to and the schedule for the Workshop. No outline
or copy of lecture by AES.
- 24-2. " A Scheme of Ordered Liberty", speech given at Mt. Holyoke College, March 12, 1959
Date: March 12, 1959
- Folder contains a copy of the speech.
- 24-3. Book review of The Supreme Court as Final Arbiter in Federal-State Relations 1789-1957 by John R. Schmidhauser, Journal of Legal Education, Fall 1959
- Folder contains correspondence and two drafts of the review.
- 24-4. Book review of Les Etats-Unis by André Tunc, Revue Internationale de Droit Compare, Issue# 4, Fall 1959
- Folder contains correspondence relating to and a copy of the review.
- 24-5. Book review of The Constitution and the Supreme Court by Wallace Mendelson, Texas Law Review, November 1959
Date: November 1959
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the review.
- 24-6. An analysis of The Citizen's History of the Supreme Court by Leo Pfeffer; critique of manuscript for Harper and Brothers, January 1960: this is not a published
Date: January 1960:
- Folder contains correspondence, notes for and a copy of the analysis.
- 24-7. " Recollections of Justice Holmes", sent to Professor Ruth Lawson, Mt. Holyoke College, January 18, 1960. Originally prepared by AES for Felix Frankfurter in 1935.
Date: January 18, 1960.
- Folder contains copy of 1960 manuscript and 1935 notes.
- 24-8. " Should the Supreme Court be Curbed?", Worcester, Mass., February 7, 1960
Date: February 7, 1960
- AES made a speech to this question along with New Hampshire Attorney General Wyman
at Temple Emanuel Forum. Folder contains correspondence and notes relating to Forum, correspondence with and
material from Mr. Wyman from as early as 1954.
- 24-9. " The Development and Effectuation of Federal Law", speech delivered at Mt. Holyoke College, March 17, 1960.
Date: March 17, 1960.
- Folder contains correspondence, notes and three drafts of the speech.
- 24-10. " Constitutional Rights of Racial Minorities in the United States", speech delivered on the radio by AES, April 23, 1960 as part of The Voice of America, Forum Lecture, American Law Series lectures.
Date: April 23, 1960
- Folder contains correspondence concerning the lectures and their later publication,
a copy of AES's lecture and a phonograph record.
- 24-11. Book review of In the Days of McKinley by Margaret Leach, New York University Law Review, May 1960
Date: May 1960
- Folder contains correspondence and two copies of the review.
- 24-12. " Commencement Talk", New York Military Academy, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y., June 4, 1960
Date: June 4, 1960
- Folder contains correspondence and notes for the talk. No copy
of the talk.
- 24-13. " Trust Receipts in Texas", Southwestern Law Journal, Summer 1960
- Folder contains correspondence and three drafts of article written by AES with Professor
Braucher. There is also a galley proof of the article.
- 24-14 to 25-1. Constitutionalism in America, 1963
- 24-14 to 24-15. contain preliminary material dating back as far as 1957.
- 24-16 to 25-1. are drafts of volume I from October 1961.
- 25-2. Book review of English Constitutional and Legal History by Colin R. Lovell, Villanova Law Review, Winter 1963
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the review.
- 25-3 to 25-4. " Apology for Uncomfortable Change 1863-1963", Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, October 1, 2, 3, 1963
Date: October 1, 2, 3, 1963
- Folders contain correspondence, notes for and a copy of the lectures. Lectures publ.
in book form by MacMillan, 1965.
- 25-5. " Church and State in Perspective", Meiklejohn Lectures, Brown University, May 1, 1964
Date: May 1, 1964
- Folder contains correspondence and three drafts of lecture. Mr. Eugene Rostow was
the other lecturer.
- 25-6. Book review of Religion and American Constitutions by Wilber Katz, Indiana Law Journal, Fall 1964
- Folder contains correspondence and a copy of the article.
- 25-7. " The Role of the Supreme Court in Contemporary Society", Edward Douglass White Lecture, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.,
October 21, 1964
Date: October 21, 1964
- Folder contains correspondence and two drafts of the lecture.
- 25-8. Unidentified Writings
- Series: THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE
This Series relates to AES's work on the Model Code of Pre-arraignment Procedure.
It deals primarily with the period 1959-1965 although there is some material dated
prior to 1959. The Series is divided into three parts. The first is correspondence
both related and unrelated to the Pre-arraignment Project. The second is a research
file and the last contains drafts of reports and other materials dealing directly
with the Pre-arraignment Project. Also working with AES on the Project were Miss Susan Shapiro, Mr. James Vorenberg, Mr. Edward Barrett and Mr. Robert Williams.
AES was the original Reporter-in-Chief; he resigned but remained a consultant throughout.
His successors as Reporters were James Vorenberg and Paul Bator.
- General Correspondence
- 26-1 to 26-7. Chronological Series
- 26-1. June 1953-September 1958
Date: June 1953-September 1958
- 26-2. June 1959-April 1961
Date: June 1959-April 1961
- 26-3. June 1961-November 1962
Date: June 1961-November 1962
- 26-4. March 1963-September 1963
Date: March 1963-September 1963
- 26-5. October 1963-December 1963
Date: October 1963-December 1963
- 26-6. January 1964-May 1964
Date: January 1964-May 1964
- 26-7. June 1964-February 1965
Date: June 1964-February 1965
- 26-8. Re: Advisors 1963
- 26-9. Re: Offers of Assistance 1963
- Miscellaneous Subject and Research File
- 26-10. Arrest, Bail and Interrogation
- 26-12. District Attorneys' Association of the State of New York
- 26-13. New England Conference on the Defense of Indigent Persons Accused of Crime
- 27-1. Newspaper Clippings
- 27-2 to 27-4. Notecards (index cards)
- 27-5. Re: New Hampshire v. Martineau and Nelson
- Corr. with Frank R. Kenison, Chief Justice of New Hampshire, concerning case. 1963
- 27-6 to 28-1. Research and Reference Materials
- 28-3 to 28-4. Speedy Production
- Model Code of Pre-arraignment Procedure
- 28-6. Police Study: Codes and Marginals November 1962
Date: November 1962
- Report by Professor J.Q. Wilson, Government Department, Harvard University.
- 28-7. Notes on Talk to Conference of Chief Justices August 9, 1963
Date: August 9, 1963
- 28-8. Logs, Conversations, Conferences; beginning September 18, 1963
Date: September 18, 1963
- Also included in folder are the opinions of Judges Roger Traynor (California) and Walter Shaefer (Illinois).
- 28-9. Outlines and Commentary on them; beginning September 27, 1963
Date: September 27, 1963
- 28-10. Pre-production Project: Susan Shapiro October 1963
Date: October 1963
- Folder contains material by Susan Shapiro.
- 28-11. Search and Seizure November 25, 1963
Date: November 25, 1963
- Folder contains a report on "Search and Seizure" by Susan Shapiro.
- 28-12. Sanctions January 5, 1964
Date: January 5, 1964
- Folder contains a report on "Sanctions" by Susan Shapiro.
- 28-13. Interrogation of the Accused January 31, 1964
Date: January 31, 1964
- Panel discussion at conference of the District Attorneys' Association of the State of New York.
- 29-1. Pre-arraignment Project February 21, 1964-June 10, 1964
Date: February 21, 1964-June 10, 1964
- Folder contains a memorandum drawn from the discussions and correspondence of Mr.
Sutherland, Mr. Vorenberg, Mr. Barrett and Susan Shapiro; also two reports by Susan Shapiro. One of them is on the National Conference on Bail
and Criminal Justice.
- 29-2 to 29-4. Notes; beginning August 8, 1964
Date: August 8, 1964
- 29-3 contains a memorandum: "An Analysis of Fact Situations in California Arrest Cases",
by Robert D. Williams.
- 29-5. Material for Draft for First Advisor's Conference September 1964
Date: September 1964
- 29-6 to 29-7. First Draft of Footnotes and Appendices for First Advisor's Conference September 1964
Date: September 1964
- 29-8 to 30-2. Draft For First Advisor's Conference September 1964
Date: September 1964
- Folders each contain several drafts of report.
- 30-3. Memoranda and Reports, September22, 1964-February 10, 1965
Date: September22, 1964-February 10, 1965
- Folder contains memoranda by Charles Fried, James Vorenberg and Robert Williams.
- 30-4. Drafts and Notes March 23, 24, 1965
Date: March 23, 24, 1965
- Folder contains notes and drafts for articles of projected pre-arraignment code.
- 30-5. Drafts and Notes March 25, 1965
Date: March 25, 1965
- Folder contains draft of articles for projected pre-arraignment code.
- 30-6 to 31-11. Poliee Departments in Various Cities June 1965-September 1966
Date: June 1965-September 1966
- Some reports were the result of a memorandum from Mr. Quinn Tamm, Executive Director, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc.; some the result of questions from Mr. Walter Reiser. The Police Departments were reporting on the effect of the Supreme Court's Miranda decision on their
- 30-6. Philadelphia, June 21, 1965
Date: June 21, 1965
- 30-7. New York City, June 24, 1965
Date: June 24, 1965
- 30-8. Phoenix, August 31, 1966
Date: August 31, 1966
- 30-9. Tuscon, September 2, 1966
Date: September 2, 1966
- 30-10. Seattle, September 6, 1966
Date: September 6, 1966
- 30-11. Dallas, September 8, 1966
Date: September 8, 1966
- 31-1. San Francisco, September 12, 1966
Date: September 12, 1966
- 31-2. Cleveland, September 12, 1966
Date: September 12, 1966
- 31-3. Boston, September 13, 1966
Date: September 13, 1966
- 31-4. Los Angeles, September 14, 1966
Date: September 14, 1966
- 31-5. Kansas City, September 14, 1966
Date: September 14, 1966
- 31-6 to 31-7. Washington, D.C., September 15, 1966
Date: September 15, 1966
- 31-8. Memphis, September 15, 1966
Date: September 15, 1966
- 31-9. Research: Mr. Walter Reiser and Mr. Jeff Wyler
- 31-10. Research: Mr. Cyril D. Robinson
- 31-12. Wainwright v. City of New Orleans October Term 1965
Date: October Term 1965
- Folder relates to the United States Supreme Court decision in the case.
- 31-13. Peters v. State of New York October Term 1966
Date: October Term 1966
- Folder contains material relating to the United States Supreme Court decision in the case.
- 31-14. Sibron v. State of New York October Term 1966
Date: October Term 1966
- Folder contains corr. and material relating to police conduct, confessions and searches.
- Series: SUNDAY LAWS RESEARCH FILES
On June 13, 1961 Governor Volpe of Massachusetts appointed a committee, with AES as
chairman, to study and make recommendations concerning the Sunday Laws of the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts. This Series contains correspondence from numerous organizations
and individuals, research material, notes, drafts and final copies of the report to
the Governor. The report includes both minority and majority recommendations for changing
the relevant statutes. AES signed the minority version which recommended more extensive
amendments than did the majority draft.
- 32-1. Acts relevant to Sundays, liquor laws, labor laws, local opinion Folder contains photostat
and typed copies.
- 32-2. Chairman's file 1961
- Folder contains clippings.
- 32-3. Committee Meetings
- Folder contains notes, materials and minutes of meetings of the Sunday Law Advisory Committee and of the Lord's Day Committee (July 25, 1961). There
are also the minutes of a public hearing conducted by the Committee on Mercantile Affairs, in Boston,
June 12, 1961.
- 32-4. Comparative Law Materials
- Folder contains notes by B. Lillywhite on English Sunday Laws and materials, including copies of the relevant statutes on
the Sabbath laws in Maryland, New York, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Maine, Virginia,
North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Connecticut.
- 32-5 to 32-7. Correspondence May-November 1961
Date: May-November 1961
- 32-6. contains correspondence July 25-October 9, 1961.
- 32-7. contains correspondence October 10-November 14, 1961.
- Most of the correspondence is against Sunday business prohibitions and, particularly
in 32-7, there are many letters protesting the prohibition of business on such days
as Columbus Day. Correspondence May-November 1961
Date: May-November 1961
- 32-8. Drafts-Report to Governor July 13, 1961
Date: July 13, 1961
- Folder contains copy of the report and a draft outline of the Sunday-closing statute.
- 32-9. Drafts-Sunday Leisure Law July 20, 1961; Sunday Travel and Transportation July 31,
Date: July 20, 1961;
Date: July 31, 1961
- Folder contains notes for and several drafts of each report.
- 32-10. Drafts-Sunday Leisure Law Statute August 9, 1961
Date: August 9, 1961
- Folder contains several draft outlines for statute.
- 33-1. Drafts- August 28, 1961
Date: August 28, 1961
- Folder contains notes on and drafts of A Minority View of Sunday Legislation in Massachusetts,
Report to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Outline of the Sunday Leisure Law. The copies of the report consist of several
drafts each of its preface, part II (The History of Sunday-closing Laws in
Massachusetts) and part III (Practical Problems of Sunday Regulation in
- 33-2. Drafts-Distributed August 31, 1961
Date: August 31, 1961
- Folder contains a draft of the Report to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, by the Committee on Sunday Legislation.
- 33-3 to 33-5. Drafts-Final
- Folders contain notes and three drafts of the Report to His Excellency the Governor
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by the Committee Appointed by Him in 1961 to
Consider Sunday Legislation. This includes the Minority View, both
Majority and Minority Statutes and a comment on the Minority Statute.
- 33-6. Drafts-Suggestions and Comments
- 33-7. Hearings July 11, 1961
Date: July 11, 1961
- Folder contains notes taken by AES at hearings on Sunday Laws, July 11, 1961.
- 33-8. Report of Special Committee Appointed by His Excellency John A. Volpe, Governor of
the Commonwealth to Consider the Laws Relative to Lord's Day Observance
- Folder contains a copy of the report.
- 33-9. Serbin, Jon: " An Analysis of the Lord's Day Law of Massachusetts" March 31, 1961
Date: March 31, 1961
- Folder contains Mr. Serbin's Harvard College thesis on the Lord's Day Law.
- 33-10. Statements
- Folder contains statements by various individuals and organizations regarding Sunday
Laws. Some of the statements were submitted at hearings on Sunday Laws, July 11, 1961.
- 33-11. Miscellaneous
- Folder contains material from 1953 and 1887 regarding Sunday Laws.
- Series: GOVERNMENT UNDER LAW: THE JOHN MARSHALL BICENTENNIAL AT THE HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
A conference on "Government Under Law" was held at the Harvard Law School in September 1955 on the occasion of the bicentennial of John Marshall's birth. AES was chairman of the faculty committee which arranged the conference. This
Series consists of correspondence and drafts of speeches made at the conference. Speakers
included United States Chief Justice Earl Warren, Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter, The Rt. Hon. Sir Raymond Evershed, Master of the Rolls, England, Professor Andre Tunc of the University of Grenoble, Professor Herbert Wechsler of Columbia University, Thurgood Marshall, United States District Judge, Charles Wyzanski, The Hon. Patrick Kerwin, Chief Justice of Canada and The Rt. Hon. Sir Owen Dixon, Chief Justice of Australia.
- 34-1. Biographies of the Participants and a Synopsis of the Conference
- 34-2 to 34-9. Conference Concerning Government Under Law
- Folders contain material (drafts of speeches) from the Program of a Conference Concerning
Government Under Law on the Occasion of the Bicentennial of John Marshall, Chief Justice of the United States 1801-1835.
- 34-2 to 34-3. contain material from Thursday, September 22, 1955.
- 34-4 to 34-5. contain material from Friday morning, September 23, 1955.
- 34-6 to 34-7. contain material from Friday afternoon and evening, September 23, 1955.
- 34-8 to 34-9. contain material from Saturday, September 24, 1955.
- 35-1. Correspondence March-December 1954
Date: March-December 1954
- 35-2. Correspondence January-June 1955
Date: January-June 1955
- 35-3. Correspondence June-September 7, 1955
Date: June-September 7, 1955
- 35-4. Correspondence September 8-29, 1955
Date: September 8-29, 1955
- 35-5. Correspondence September 29, 1955-July 1956
Date: September 29, 1955-July 1956
- 35-6. Correspondence Relating to the Publication of Marshall Conference Speeches
- 36-1 to 36-2. Manuscripts in Various Stages of Speeches Delivered at Marshall Conference
- 36-1. contains speeches by A. Van de S. Centlivres, Chief Justice, Appellate Division, Supreme Court of South Africa; Professor Andre Tunc of the University of Grenoble; Sir Owen Dixon, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia; and Mr. Robert Benjamin.
- 36-2. contains material relating to a speech by Mr. Francis Shackelford.
- 36-3 to 36-5. Proof Sheets of Conference Speeches I
- 36-4. contains pp. 48-85.
- 36-5. contains pp. 86-120.
- 36-6 to 37-4. Proof Sheets of Conference Speeches II
- 36-6. contains pp. 1-130.
- 37-1. contains pp. 131-231.
- 37-2. contains pp. 232-326.
- 37-3. contains pp. 327-450.
- 37-4. contains pp. 451-573.
- 37-5 to 37-6. Miscellaneous
- 37-6 contains photographs of portraits of Justice Marshall and programs from the Conference
on Government Under Law.
- Series: HARVARD MISCELLANY
This Series consists of correspondence with colleagues, speeches at Harvard Clubs and Harvard Law School Associations throughout the country and material relating to the Harvard Law School Model Trial, the Sutherland Club and other Harvard University activities. The period is 1951-1969.
- 38-1. Associated Harvard Clubs. The Lionel de Jersey Harvard Studentship Committee 1958-1964
- 38-2. Harvard Alumni Association: " An Estimate of the Eisenhower Administration", panel discussion for Harvard Alumni Association, June 1953
Date: June 1953
- Folder contains correspondence relating to, material for and a draft of speech given
- Harvard Club of Charlotte, N.C.
- 38-3. Harvard Club of Northeastern Pennsylvania 1960
- Corr. about talk by AES to Club, January 30, 1960
- 38-4. Harvard Club of Utica, N.Y.
- Folder contains correspondence relating to address delivered by AES at Harvard Club of Utica, January 21, 1955. No
copy of the address.
- 38-5. Harvard Club of Virginia
- File relates to speeches given by AES at the Harvard Club of Virginia ("Monticello Seen
From Manhattan", April 19, 1954) and the Harvard Club of Charlotte, N.C. ("Harvard in 1954", April 21, 1954). File contains correspondence, notes and
copies of each lecture.
- 38-6. Harvard Law Record October 27, 1960
Date: October 27, 1960
- Article by AES on occasion of Dean Roscoe Pound's ninetieth birthday. Folder contains
a copy of the article.
- 38-7. Harvard Law School Alumni, Class of 1925
- Folder contains copy of article by AES on alumni gathering and
a copy of the Harvard Law Record, March 31, 1960, describing the gathering.
- 38-8. Harvard Law School: Annual Luncheon of Graduates, " Remarks at the Annual Luncheon of the Harvard Law School Graduates", New York City, January 26, 1951
Date: January 26, 1951
- Folder contains three drafts of the remarks.
- 38-9. Harvard Law School Association of Maine
- Folder contains correspondence relating to speech given by AES
- 38-10. Harvard Law School Association of Maryland
- Folder contains correspondence relating to talk given to Harvard Law School Association of Maryland,
May 8, 1958.
- 38-11. Harvard Law School Association of New Jersey, speech entitled " Scientific Premises and Judicial Conclusions", given before the Harvard Law School Association of New Jersey, March 27, 1958.
Date: March 27, 1958.
- Folder contains correspondence relating to and material for the lecture. Also contains
four drafts of the lecture.
- 38-12. Harvard Law School Association of Philadelphia, talk given by AES, April 21, 1953
Date: April 21, 1953
- Folder contains correspondence relating to the talk. No copy of the talk.
- 38-13. Harvard Law School. Building Fund for International Legal Studies 1957, 1958
Date: 1957, 1958
- 38-14. Harvard Law School: Committee on Possible Reconstruction of the Court Room
- Folder relates to report of that Committee on March 13, 1954 by Professors Borgeson,
Loss, Sutherland and Hall.
- 38-15. Harvard Law School. Criminal Law Internship Program 1964
- 38-16. Harvard Law School. Examinations of AES 1958-1962
- 38-17 to 38-18. Harvard Law School. Legal Philosophy Discussion Group 1956-1958
- 38-19. Harvard Law School. Comm. on Liberal Arts Fellowships in Law 1959-1964
- 39-1. Harvard Law School. Model Trial 1961
- Folder relates to AES's assistance with Model Trial held at Harvard Law School, November 7, 1961.
- 39-2. Harvard Law School. Sutherland Club
- Folder relates mainly to 1968, 1969. A few items are dated
earlier (1965, 1966). Folder contains correspondence, lists of members,
matters concerning organization, programs for meetings, card files of
names and a printed Law School list of first year students.
- 39-3. Harvard University. Advisory Committee on Radio and Television
- Folder contains correspondence and other material relating to
the work of the Committee, 1953-1955.
- 39-4. Harvard University. Appleton Chapel 1961-1963
- 39-5. Harvard University. Center for International Affairs 1963
- Folder relates to lecture which AES delivered to a group of Brazilian students who
were brought to Harvard in the summer of
1963 by the Inter-American University Foundation.
- 39-6. Harvard University Confluence: An International Forum 1954-1957
- 39-7. Harvard University. Department of Military Science and Tactics 1953-1954
- Files relate to Army's ROTC curriculum at Harvard.
- 39-8. Harvard University. Graduate School of Education 1962
- 39-9. Harvard University. Press releases 1954
- 39-10. Miscellany
- File contains corr. concerning various material (opinions, briefs) sent to AES, 1963.
- 40-1. Harvard Law Review
- Correspondence, 1955, 1962-1967
- 40-2 to 40-3. Harvard University Department of Government
- 40-2. 1959-1960, 1965-1969
Date: 1959-1960, 1965-1969
- 40-3. Tutees, 1959-1965
- 40-4. Adams House, Harvard University 1960-1968
- 40-5. Harvard Law School: Legal Aid; Board of Student Advisors; Voluntary Defenders 1962-1968
- 40-6. Harvard University Graduate School of Public Administration 1963, 1965
Date: 1963, 1965
- 40-7. Harvard Law School: Committee on Liberal Arts Fellowships in Law 1965-1967
- 40-8. Correspondence re Harvard Law School Sesquicentennial, 1967
- 40-9. Miscellany re H.L.S. Sesquicentennial
- Drafts of talks, corr., etc.
- 40-10. Speeches, copies of (at Sesquicentennial)
- 40-11. Newspaper clippings re H.L.S. Sesquicentennial
- Series: CORRESPONDENCE
Correspondence is with colleagues, practicing attorneys, former students, and academic
institutions. Some correspondence about pending legislation or legal cases of national
interest is included.
Correspondence is of a professional nature, although it contains some personal matters
relating to AES's correspondents. Period covered is mainly 1950s and 1960s. Arrangement
is alphabetical by correspondent.
- 41-1. Adams, Murray 1953-1969
- Mostly personal exchanges pertaining to family matters
- 41-2. Adlow, Elijah (Chief Justice, Municipal Court of Boston) 1954-1969
- 41-3. Alexander, Raymond Pace 1956-1960
- 41-4. Andrews, Paul Shipman 1960-1964
- Interesting exchanges on a proposed Neutrals For Peace program
- 41-5. Arbitration material from Tobias Simon (Esq.) 1967
- 41-7. Bailey, Douglas L. 1959-1961
- Exchanges on Bailey's Ph.D thesis for the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
- 41-8. Batavia, New York 1961
- Concerning AES's speech erer delivered at a meeting in Batavia
- 41-9. Bentsi-Enchill, Kwamena (Dr.)
- 1960- Letters relating to efforts by AES to get the Committee on Graduate Study to
change a decision prohibiting Bentsi-Enchill, a native Ghanaian, from trying for a
degree of Master of Laws at Harvard
- 1965- Letters relating to Bentsi-Enchill's applications for the jobs of Chair of Law
at the University of Ghana and Research Officer for a re-statement of African Customary Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies in
the University of London
- 41-10. Bigley, Robert F. 1949
- 41-11. Bilder, Lawrence 1955-1957
- 41-12. Billo, Geoffroy (Baker, Voorhis & Co., Inc.) 1954-1964
- 41-13 to 41-16. Bishop Rhinelander Foundation 1955-1964
- 41-13. Foundation Corporation Reports and related correspondence, 1961-1962
- 41-14. General correspondence about Foundation affairs, 1955-1960
- 41-15. General correspondence, 1960-1961
- 41-16. General correspondence, 1961-1964
- 41-17. Bok, Derek Curtis (Preident, Harvard University) 1955-1956
- Corr. with Bok while he was in the Judge Advocate General's Office, Dept. of the Army,
- 41-18. Boston Bar Association 1965
- Corr. with various Bar members
- 41-19. Boston University School of Law 1960
- 41-20. Bowman, Alfred C. (Colonel, Office of the Army Staff, Judge Advocate, Governor's Island,
- 41-21. Brady, William Cuthbert 1955-1956
- Correspondence between AES and various members of U.S. Senate and House of Representatives
on a bill in Congress which, if passed, would make Brady a U.S. citizen. Brady was
born in Philippine Republic and, as of 1956, is a citizen of it. AES asks Senators
Goldwater and Flanders, among others, to support bill.
- 41-22. Brennan, William J. Jr. (Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States) 1957, 1958
Date: 1957, 1958
- 41-23. Broderick, Joseph A. (Reverend) 1961
- 42-1. Brooks, Goerge S. 1954-1956
- 42-2. Bross, John A. 1960-1961
- Corr. pertaining to the Bross's house in New Hampshire, which the Sutherlands lived
in during summer of 1960
- 42-3. Budek, Michael Oct., 1959-1960, 1962
Date: Oct., 1959-1960, 1962
- 42-4. Bush, John F. (Professor) 1956-1958, 1968-1969
Date: 1956-1958, 1968-1969
- 42-5. Byse, Clark (Professor) 1957
- Corr. on Byse's suggestion of a memorial service for the late Professor Zechariah Chafee, who died in 1957
- 42-6 to 42-8. B - Miscellany
- 42-9. Callaghan and Company 1958, 1961
Date: 1958, 1961
- 42-10. Cambridge Historical Commission
- 42-11. Campbell, Alan K. (Chairman, Political Science Department, Hofstra College, Hempstead
- 42-12. Celler, Emanuel (Member of U.S. Congress, Chairman of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives) 1959, 1967
Date: 1959, 1967
- 42-13. Chafee, Zechariah (Professor, Harvard Law School) 1955-1958
- 42-14. Cherniss, Norman A. 1959-1963
- Corr. relating mainly to Trial by Press in the famous case of Dr. Bernard Finch, in which Judge Albert Miller accused Finch of murder during the preliminary examination
- 42-15. Clark, Grenville 1953, 1961
Date: 1953, 1961
- 42-16. Clark, Mark W. (General) 1946-1967
- Mostly personal corr. between long-time friends. AES served in World War II under
Clark and refers to him always as: "Boss"
- 42-17. Clynes, Edmund 1962-1966
- 42-18. Coffin, Frank M. (U.S. Congressman from Maine) 1958
- Corr. relating to H.R. Bill No. 3 of 2nd session of 85th Congress
- 42-19. Colgate University, Hamilton, New York 1952
- Corr. concerning AES's acceptance of an invitation to speak at Colgate on the question:
What is the role of government and
- 42-20. Columbia Broadcast System 1955, 1964-1965
Date: 1955, 1964-1965
- Corr. involves Constitutionality of right to bear arms and of gun-control legislation.
Debates on the question were on CBS T.V.
- 42-21. Coolidge, Charles A. (Esq.) 1954, 1961
Date: 1954, 1961
- 42-22. Corcoran, Thomas Gardner 1960-1966
- 42-23. Cowan, Zelman (Dean, University of Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Australia) 1955-1959
- 42-24. Cox, Archibald (Solicitor General of the United States) 1961-1964
- Corr. concerning briefs of cases which AES wanted Cox to send him from Washington
- 42-25. Cross, Claude B. (Esq.) 1960-1961
- 42-26. Curtis Club 1955-1967
- 43-1. Cushman, Robert E. 1953-1962
- Until 1957, Cushman was member of faculty of Cornell University; in 1957, he joined
the staff at the Nat. Historical Publications Commission, GSA
- 43-2. Cutter, R. Ami (Judge, Mass. Supreme Judicial Court) 1953, 1957-1962
Date: 1953, 1957-1962
- 43-3 to 43-5. C - Miscellany
- 43-6. Daedalus 1961
- Legal corr. between AES and H.H.S. Phillips, President of Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Conn., involving breaking off or renewal of contract between Press and American Academy of Arts and Sciences. These shared publishing of Daedalus, a scholarly journal of the
Academy, until 1961
- 43-7. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia 1961
- Corr. relating to lectures delivered by AES on a new Bill of Rights Act, March 20
and 21, 1961
- 43-8. Daube, David (Professor, Yale Law School) 1961-1962
- 43-9. Determann, Christian 1954-1957
- 43-10. DeWitt, Paul B. (Executive Secretary, Association of the Bar of the City of New York)
Date: 1957-1960, 1963
- Corr. relating to extent of judicial activity (nation-wide) on the issue of integration
vs. segregation in schools. Also, invitations to conferences mailed by DeWitt to AES
- 43-11. Dietze, Gottfried (Professor, The John's Hopkins University) 1960-1965
- Letters accompanying journals and articles Dietze sent AES on such topics as: "Judicial
Review in Europe"
- 43-12. Dingley, Nelson III (General, Office of the Superintendent, New York Military Academy,
Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York) 1956, 1960, 1964
Date: 1956, 1960, 1964
- 43-13. Dissel, Brenda M. 1954, 1960
Date: 1954, 1960
- 43-14. Dodge, Deborah 1959-1960
- 43-15. Dola, Steven 1963
- Correspondence concerning a reading course offered by AES at Harvard
- 43-16. Doyle, T.L. (Major) 1953-1955
- 43-17. Dreeben, Robert and Barbara 1963
- 43-18. Drinan, Robert F. (Father, Dean of Boston College Law School) 1958-1962
- Mostly personal exchanges and acknowledgements of various mailings, such as "Sunday
Laws and the First Amendment," an
article of Drinan's which he mailed to AES
- 43-19. Dulles, David 1957-1962
- 43-20. Dunn, John A. 1962-1969
- 43-21. Dupuy, Trevor N. (Colonel, Dept. of the Army, Office of the Staff, Washington D.C.)
- 43-22. Durham, James A. (Special Counsel, Office of Defense Mobilization, Executive Office
of the President, Washington, D.C.) 1953-1955
- 44-1 to 44-2. D - Miscellany
- 44-3. Educational Services Incorporated 1966-1967
- Correspondence relating to AES's conversation with two eighth grade U.S. History teachers,
members of E.S.I., who are teaching constitutionalism
- 44-4. Edwards, Richard A. 1956-1957
- 44-5. Emerson, Eugene 1955-1964
- 44-6. Emmert, James A. (Judge, Second Judicial District, Supreme Court of Indiana) 1957, 1959
Date: 1957, 1959
- 44-7. England 1959
- Addresses, appointments, correspondence, personal exchanges with friends
- 44-8. Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge, Mass. 1956
- Legal correspondence involving dispute over right-of-way on Hastings Avenue in front
of above school
- 44-9. Ervin, Samuel J. (U.S. Senator, Chairman of Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights, Chairman of Senate Subcommittee on Separation of Powers) 1965-1969
- Corr. in which Ervin asks for, and gets, AES's opinion on the constitutionality of
various proposed legislations of
- 44-10. Esin, Okon A. 1963-1964
- Corr. about Esin, a Nigerian student at Harvard
- 44-12. Fairman, Charles (Professor Emeritus, Harvard Law School) 1954-1964, 1966-1969
Date: 1954-1964, 1966-1969
- Mostly hand-written personal exchanges
- 44-13. Fine, Marjorie Anne 1959-1960
- 44-14. Ford, Maurice 1962-1964
- 44-15. Frank, Elke 1960, 1964-1966
Date: 1960, 1964-1966
- 44-16. Frank, John P. (Professor, Yale Law School) 1954-1957, 1966
Date: 1954-1957, 1966
- Personal exchanges and thanks for mailings of various articles
- 44-17. Frankfurter, Felix (Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the U.S.) 1954-1960
- Corr. predominantly about Harvard affairs; almost no corr.
about judicial matters
- 44-18. Frankfurter Festschrift 1962-1965
- Corr. relating to a Festschrift for Mr. Justice Frankfurter organized by Wallace Mendelson,
a professor at the University of Texas. Deadline for contributors' articles was Sept. 1, 1963
- 45-1. Frankl, Arthur A. 1955, 1962
Date: 1955, 1962
- 45-2. Friendly, Henry J. (Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit) 1959-1963
- 45-3. Fulbright, J.W. (U.S. Senator) Jan.-Feb., 1957
Date: Jan.-Feb., 1957
- Thank-you notes to Fulbright and other Senators from AES
- 45-4. Fulbright award 1954-1957
- Corr. involving invitation to AES to be a visiting professor at Oxford University in England for 1956. Invitation is for AES to serve as a Fulbright exchange professor,
holder of the Fulbright award
- 45-5 to 45-6. F - Miscellany
- 45-7. Gaines, William L. (Dr.) 1957-1960
- 45-8. General Services Administration program 1963-1964
- Corr. relating to AES's speech for G.S.A. on the constitutional foundations of executive
- 45-9. Gerhart, Eugene C. 1956-1958
- 45-10 to 45-12. Ghana-conference at Accra 1959-1962
- 45-10. Corr. relating to conference on legal education in Africa, held at Accra, Ghana in
Date: January, 1962
- 45-11. Corr. before AES's departure
- 45-12. Corr. and documents on conference itself; also, post-conference corr. about the conference
- 46-1. Giroud, Jean 1964
- 46-2. Girth, Marjorie 1961-1969
- 46-3. Glass, Robert 1965
- Manuscript submitted by Glass to AES on parallels between two cases, White and Kerrigan,
and on constitutional issues therein
- 46-4. Goldie, L.F.E. 1957-1969
- Corr. on legal matters interesting Goldie and AES
- 46-5. Gorla, Gino (Professor, Università di Roma, Italy) 1955, 1961-1963
Date: 1955, 1961-1963
- 46-6. Gower, L.C.B. (Professor, Law Department, London School of Economics) 1956-1960
- 46-7. Greenbaum, Edward S. 1954-1964
- 46-8. Greene, Herman P. 1964
- 46-9. Greene, Richard L. (Professor, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.) 1954, 1957-1962, 1967
Date: 1954, 1957-1962, 1967
- 46-10. Greene, Ronald J. 1962-1966
- 46-11. Greenbaum, Fred 1954-1960
- 46-12. Griswold, Erwin N. (Dean, Harvard Law School; U.S. Solicitor General) 1953-1963, 1966-1968
Date: 1953-1963, 1966-1968
- 46-13 to 46-15. G - Miscellany
- 46-16. Hahn, Hugo J. (Dr.) 1954-1963
- 46-17. Hand, Learned (Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, 1st Circuit) 1958
- Corr. about Hand's Holmes Lectures at the Harvard Law School. Folder includes one hand-written letter of Judge Hand
- 46-18. Harbord, Derek (Judge) 1959-1960
- 46-19. Harrison, Marcia 1955-1962
- 46-20. Hart, Harry G. 1962-1965
- Discussions of a paper Hart wrote on patents and laws protecting them
- 46-21. Harvard Law Library 1962-1964
- 46-22. Harvard University Committee on Patent Policy 1947-1960
- Corr. relating to the Patent Committee's affairs. AES was a
member of the committee
- 46-23. Harvard University- Department of Government 1962-1965
- 47-1. Harvard University- Department of Latin American Studies 1963
- 47-2. Harvard University Press 1957-1964
- 47-3. Hayes, John T. 1964
- Letters concerning legal affairs involving Kansas City Athletics baseball club and their owner, Charles O. Finley and CO., Inc.
- 47-4. Hennings, Thomas C. Jr. (U.S. Senator) 1957-1959
- Corr. concerning constitutionality, according to AES, of legislation regulating and
controlling who can have passports and hence who can leave the country and re-enter
- 47-5. Hetherington, Ferrall H. 1959-1962
- 47-6. Highet, Keith 1960-1961
- Corr. concerning Highet's trip, sponsored by Ford Foundation, to Ghana; Highet was
one of AES's students
- 47-7. Hinman, Karlynn 1962-1969
- 47-8. Hogan, William E. (Professor, Cornell University Law School) 1959-1964, 1968
Date: 1959-1964, 1968
- 47-9. Hopper, Bruce 1961-1966
- Folder includes letters relating to Bruce Hopper's wife, Effie T. Hopper
- 47-10. Horovitz, Samuel B. 1954, 1958-1964
Date: 1954, 1958-1964
- 47-11 to 47-14. H - Miscellany
- 47-15 to 48-1. Invitations
- 47-15. 1963-1964
- 47-16. 1965-1966
- 47-17. 1967-1968
- 48-1. 1967-1968
- Folders include formal and informal invitations, acceptances, non-acceptances, letters
of appreciation from persons or groups who had invited AES to speak, fan mail, etc.
- 48-3. Jahr, Gustave I. 1958-1960
- Legal corr. with Jahr involving two cases:
- ___1. Madame Maria Seery vs. United States. Jahr is plaintiff's (Madame Seery's) attorney,
and many of the questions raised are constitutional in nature
- ___2. Sarah Hunter Kelly vs. United States. Again, Jahr is attorney for plaintiff,
this time Mrs. Kelly
- 48-4. Jakobson, Roman (Professor) 1953
- Corr. related to subpoena served upon Jakobson by the House Un-American Committee and AES's consultations with Jakobson and Jakobson's lawyer. Incident came
during peak of McCarthyism (a telegram from Senator McCarthy to Harvard Law Library is included in this correspondence) and as Jakobson had lived in Russia during
Bolshevik Revolution and after, he was essentially a victim of this era. Jakobson
been member of Communist Party from 1938-1941
- 48-5. Johnston, H. Frederick 1957
- 48-6. Jones, Robert A. 1965
- Folder includes corr. with Jones' son, Ralph A. Jones
- 48-7. Judge Advocate General, U.S. Army, Pentagon Building, Washington, D.C. 1961-1962
- Corr. written by AES to Judge Advocate General's Office to recommend various students
at Harvard Law School for appointments in Judge Advocate General's Corps
- 48-9. Kälin, Rudolf 1964
- Corr. related to Kälin's immigration status (he was a Swiss citizen) and citizenship
in U.S.A.A bill in Congress to grant Kälin immediate U.S. citizenship, and related
exchanges with Senator Edward M. Kennedy, are included
- 48-10. Kamisar, Yale (Professor, University of Michigan Law School) 1965-1966
- 48-11. Kastenmeier, Robert W. (U.S. Congressman) 1963
- Corr. relating to constitutional implications of various Civil Rights legislations
of 1963, one of which Kastenmeier introduced
- 48-12 to 48-13. Keating, Kenneth B. (U.S. Senator)
- 48-12. Feb. 1960-1963
Date: Feb. 1960-1963
- 48-13. 1954-Jan. 1960
Date: 1954-Jan. 1960
- 48-14. Kennedy, John F. (President of the United States)
- Corr. involving certain bills up for debate during JFK's term in U.S. Senate, 1957-1959
- 48-15. Kingsbury, J.C. 1955
- 48-16. Kubali, H. Nail (Dr.) 1960-1965
- Personal exchanges as well as corr. relating to Kubali's situation with the Turkish
government after he spoke out against it, (he was a professor in Turkey)
- 48-17. Kurland, Philip B. (Professor, University of Chicago Law School; editor of The Supreme
Court Review) 1961-1963
- 48-18 to 49-1. K - Miscellany
- 49-2. Lamont, Thomas S. 1959
- 49-3. Larson, Arthur (Professor, Duke University) 1957-1967
- 49-4. Lawson, F. H. (Professor, University of Oxford, England) 1957-1962
- Personal exchanges with an old friend
- 49-5 to 49-6. Lawyer's Club
- 49-5. 1961-1965
- 49-6. 1956-1960
- 49-7. Lepargneur, Francis (Brother) 1953-1955
- Personal exchanges with an old French aquaintance
- 49-8. Lillywhite, Barbara 1961-1968
- 49-9. Linowitz, Sol M. 1953-1966
- 49-10. Little, Brown and Company 1955-1963
- 49-11. Lowell House, Harvard University 1965-1967
- Corr. concerning AES's term as master of Lowell House
- 49-12. Lukens, David C. 1965-1969
- 49-13. Lumbard, Edward J. (Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit) 1954-1958
- 49-14 to 49-16. L - Miscellany
- 49-17. McCall, Marsh 1968
- Also corr. with McCall's wife, Martha
- 49-18. McCook, Philip J. (Judge) 1957-1958
- Corr. concerns mainly AES's and McCook's views toward the morality of Confederate Civil War General Robert E. Lee
- 49-19. MacDonald, John W. (Professor, Cornell Law School) 1954-1961
- 49-20 to 50-1. Mann, Horace 1963-1966
- Corr. relating to case Horace Mann League vs. Maryland Board of Public Works. Exchanges of
AES mostly with William Marbury, counsel for the defense
- 50-2. Maudsley, Ronald H. (Esq.) 1962-1969
- 50-3. Merrill, Maurice H. (Professor, University of Oklahoma College of Law) 1963-1964
- 50-4. Merry, Henry J. 1954-1962
- Corr. relating to economic situation in Western Europe after WW II, the subject of
Merry's studies at Oxford University
- 50-5. Michie, Thomas J. (Judge) 1957-1961
- 50-6 to 50-7. Mills, Mary 1963-1965
- Corr. involving estate matter
- 50-8 to 50-9. Milton Fund Committee 1964-1965, 1967
Date: 1964-1965, 1967
- Applications for Milton Fund grants to fund various research projects. Applications made out to AES by associate
- 50-10 to 50-11. Mitchell, J.D.B. (Professor, Department of Constitutional Law University of Edinburgh, Scotland) 1957-1967
- 50-10. 1957-Sept. 1964
Date: 1957-Sept. 1964
- 50-11. Nov. 1964-1967
Date: Nov. 1964-1967
- Corr. relating to various constitutional (both of the U.S. and British Constitutions)
law questions. Mitchell was a professor of constitutional law, as was AES, and the
two liked to exchange knowledge and views
- 50-12. Morris, Norval (Professor) 1957-1968
- 51-1. Morse, Lewis W. (Professor and Law Librarian, Cornell Law School) 1962-1963
- 51-2. Mott, W.C. (Captain, United States Navy, District Headquarters, Great Lakes, Illinois)
- Corr. involving a proposed Defense Policy Seminar at Harvard
- 51-3. Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 1964-1967
- Corr. relating to the meetings and matters of discussion of the Mount Holyoke Board of Trustees; AES was a
member of the Board for a number of years
- 51-4. Murray, Pauli (Professor) 1959-1968
- 51-5. Myers, John S. (Dean, The American University, Washington College of Law) 1957-1964
- 51-6 to 51-9. M - Miscellany
- 51-10. National Association of Claimants' Counsel of America (N.A.C.C.A.) 1961
- Corr. relating to N.A.C.C.A. conference at Boston, attended by AES
- 51-11. National Conference of Christians and Jews 1962-1963
- Corr. relating to various Conference meetings on religion and education, church and
state, and similar areas of controversy
- 51-12. National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. 1959-1960
- Corr. in which Council asks AES various questions on constitutional law provisions
for separation of church and state
and for religion in the public schools
- 51-13. National Institute on Crime and Delinquency 1964-1965
- Corr. relating mostly to Institute's annual meeting of June,
1964, on "Civil Rights and Liberties of Offenders" AES attended the
- 51-14. New England Defender Conference, 1963 1963-1964
Date: 1963 1963-1964
- 51-15. New England Law Institute, Inc. 1958-1961
- 51-16. Niles, Emory (Judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore, Md.) 1954-1960
- 52-1. O'Brian, John Lord 1960-1969
- 52-2 to 52-4. Oregon lectures and Eugene, Oregon, case 1965, 1966-1968
Date: 1965, 1966-1968
- 52-2. Documents about the case
- 52-3 to 52-4. Correspondence about the conference and lectures
- Corr. and documents relating to religion in public schools and to separation of church
and state. In particular, data on case of Raymond N. Lowe, et al vs. City of Eugene, Oregon, et al (which tests constitutionality of a cross
on public property) and AES's exchanges with the special counsel to City Attorney's
Office, are included. Also, corr. relating to a conference on teaching about religion
in the public schools, held at Eugene in July, 1965, at which AES was feature speaker,
- 52-5. Oxford University, England 1956, 1957
Date: 1956, 1957
- Personal corr. exchanged during AES's stay at Oxford
- 52-6. Ozsargin, Osman 1956-1957
- 52-8. Packer, Herbert L. (Professor, Stanford Law School) 1961
- 52-9. Palmer, Adam R. (Esq.) 1963
- 52-10. Parker, Albert 1957-1967
- Some of this corr. relates to Parker's appointment in 1962 to Dean of Dickinson Law School
- 52-11. Parkington, Michael (Esq.) 1958-1959
- 52-12. Parry, Clive 1955-1960, 1965-1969
Date: 1955-1960, 1965-1969
- 52-13. Parton, Daniel G. (Professor, Boston University School of Law) 1959-1965
- 52-14. Parvin, Fayette W. (Dr.) 1957-1962
- 52-15. Pasley, Robert S. (Professor) 1957-1959
- 52-16. Pierce, Samuel R. 1956-1961
- 52-17. Platt, Washington (General) 1954-1962, 1964-1965
Date: 1954-1962, 1964-1965
- 52-18 to 52-19. Pound, Roscoe
- 52-18. 1954-1963
- 52-19. 1963-1965
- Corr. about, rather than with, Dean Pound. Pound died in 1964
- 52-20 to 52-21. Pound plaque 1964
- Corr. relating to a commemoration ceremony for Roscoe Pound in Minnesota in June,
1964. During ceremony, Pound was to be presented with plaque to commemorate his famous
address to American Bar Association Convention in St. Paul in 1906. Pound was ill
at the time, so AES accepted plaque on Pound's behalf and made a speech
- 53-1 to 53-3. Presidential disability 1955-1959
- 53-1 to 53-2. Correspondence
- Corr. concerning AES's, various Congressmen's, and other equally prominent constitutional
law experts' opinions on issue of Presidential disability. Flurry of interest in this
issue sparked by President Eisenhower's coronary in 1955
- 53-4. Presidential eligibility 1955-1956
- Corr. in which AES expresses views toward eligibility of foreign-born Americans for
the Presidency of the U.S., a constitutional law matter
- 53-5. Pusey, Nathan M. (President, Harvard University) 1961-1967
- 53-6. Pylee, M.V. 1954-1963
- Corr. concerning Pylee's thesis paper on the Indian Constitution
- 53-7 to 53-9. P - Miscellany
- 53-10. Quinn, Robert E. (Chief Judge, United States Court of Military Appeals) 1952-1969
- 53-12. Reardon, Paul C. (Judge, Mass. Supreme Judicial Court) 1961-1969
- Rhinelander (Bishop Rhinelander) Foundation
- 53-13. Rhode Island Electric Case 1956-1957
- 53-14. Rhode Island Reapportionment Case 1966
- 53-15. Rhode Island textbook legislation 1963
- Corr. relating to Rhode Island state aid, in form of text books paid for by state,
to private and parochial schools. AES was involved in considering constitutionality
of such aid. Folder includes clippings
- 53-16. Rhodes Scholarship Trust 1962
- 53-17. Ricker College, Houlton, Maine 1969-1970
- 53-18. Robinson, Gus 1954-1962
- 54-1. Rochester, N.Y., Cavalry Trust 1953-1955
- 54-2. Rogers, Horatio R. 1954, 1958
Date: 1954, 1958
- 54-3. Rogge, John O. (Esq.) 1955-1966
- Corr. relating to various issues of constitutional law in which Rogge and AES were
- 54-4. Rungvisai, Suvit 1967-1969
- 54-5 to 54-6. R - Miscellany
- 54-7. Saltonstall, Leverett (United States Senator) 1957-1965
- 54-8. Saltzman, Charles E. (General) 1956-1967
- 54-9. Sanderson, F. Thayer 1963
- 54-10 to 54-12. School Prayer Case 1962-1963
- 54-10 to 54-11. Corr. concerning religion in public education and, in particular, AES's article in
1962 in the Harvard Law Review on the famous Engel case involving school prayer in
public schools. AES dealt with relation of Engel affair to constitutional law
- 54-12. Related Newspaper clippings
- 54-13. Schreiner, O.D. (Justice) 1953-1954
- 54-14. Schweppe, Alfred J. (Esq.)
- 54-15. Scott Festschrift 1963
- 55-1. Seymour, Thomas 1963-1964
- Simon, Tobias
- See Arbitration material from Tobias Simon
- 55-2. Slaninger, Frank P. 1968-1969
- 55-3. Smith, J.C. (Professor, The Department of Law, Nottingham University, Nottingham,
- 55-4. Smith, Paul T. (Esq.) 1959-1960
- 55-5. Smith, Tom B. (Professor, University of Edinburgh, Scotland) 1957-1965
- 55-6. Snee, Joseph M. (Professor, Law Department, Georgetown University, Georgetown, Maryland)
- 55-7 to 55-11. Stouffer, Samuel A. 1952-1954
- 55-7 to 55-9. Legal corr. relating to brief (before an appeals board) of a case in which Stouffer
is defendant. Case involves question of communist affiliation and comes at peak of
- 55-10. The final brief before Appeals Division, March 1, 1954
Date: March 1, 1954
- 55-11. Extra affidavits on Appeal and extra notes of testimony
- 55-12. Stricklin, William A. 1963-1964
- 55-13 to 55-15. Sunday Closing Laws
- 55-13 to 55-14. Corr. relating to constitutionality of Massachusetts Sunday closing laws, and to a
report issued in 1961 by a commission which Governor Volpe appointed to investigate
the pros and cons of Sunday closing laws. AES was the chairman of the commission
- 55-15. related newspaper articles
- 55-16. Sutherland Club 1956-1957
- 55-17. Suzman, Arthur 1957-1961
- 56-1 to 56-5. S - Miscellany
- 56-6. Tammelo, Ilmar 1957-1962
- Corr. about and reprints of Tammelo's works
- 56-7. Tanner, Harold B. (Esq.) 1959-1963
- 56-8. Thoron, Gray 1956-1962
- 56-9. Tinnely, John C. 1961
- 56-10. Toole, Richard J. 1958-1963
- 56-11. Tunc, André (Professor, The Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences, University of Paris) 1961-1968
- 56-12. Turner, Keith (Esq.) 1961-1969
- 56-13. Twining, William 1957, 1964
Date: 1957, 1964
- 56-14 to 57-1. T - Miscellany
- 57-2. Uniform Law on Consumer Credit 1964
- Corr. concerning AES's views on a consumer credit law
- 57-3. United States Army Command and General Staff College 1957
- 57-4. United States ex rel. vs. Mark S. Richmond 1960-1962
- Corr. relating to this case
- 57-5. University of Wisconsin Press 1952-1963
- Corr. between AES and University of Wiscons in Press, which
published his lectures: "The Law and One Man Among Many"
- 57-6. Uphaus vs. Wyman 1960
- Legal corr. and documents concerning the above case which eventually was argued before
the U.S. Supreme Court
- 57-8. Vural, Mahmut 1957-1958
- 57-10. Webster, Bethuel M. (Esq.) 1954-1967
- 57-11. Wesleyan University, Middletown Connecticut
- Corr. and circulations relating to academic life at Wesleyan, where AES went to college
- 57-12 to 57-13. Wesleyan University - Eclectic House 1953-1969
- 58-1 to 58-2. West Point Academy 1962-1963
- 58-1. Corr. relating to AES's lecture at the Academy in fall of 1962
- 58-2. Two writings on instruction in constitutional law at West Point
- 58-3. Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland Ohio 1958
- 58-4. Westin, Alan F. 1954-1958
- 58-5. Westmoreland, W.C. (Major General, Superintendent, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York) 1961-1962
- Personal corr. only. For general corr. about the Academy, see folder for: West Point Academy
- 58-6 to 58-7. White, Charles 1965
- 58-6. Corr. and documents involving case of White vs. Hancock, and related trials
- 58-7. Draft of Brief of case of White vs. Hancock
- 58-8. Whiteside, Alexander (Esq.) 1958-1961
- 58-9. Wigdor, David 1967-1968
- 58-10. Wilcox, Charles S. 1963-1969
- 58-11. Willcox, Bertram F. (Professor) 1952-1964
- 58-12. Willcox, Walter F. (Professor) 1953-1961
- 58-13. Woods Hole Authority Case 1962
- Corr. relating to constitutionality of a Massachusetts law permitting the Woods Hole
Steamship Authority monopoly and the right to regulate competition for travel to and
from the Islands (Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket)
- 58-14. Wrigley, Roy F. (Esq.) 1963-1964
- 58-15 to 58-17. W - Miscellany
- 58-18. Yates, Hobart 1957-1959
- Series: TEACHING NOTES: MISCELLANEOUS COURSES, MATERIALS
Series contains mainly material on AES's courses and seminars on Commercial Law and
a course and seminar he taught in the college entitled Government 224-A; the latter
dealt with current problems in American Constitutional Law. Type of material included
are syllabi, notes, student papers, legal cases used as illustrations of points and
printed items. Period covered is 1950 to 1965.
- 59-1 to 59-3. Commercial Law Seminar, 1951-1953 (two years of notes)
- 59-4. Commercial Law Seminar assignments, 1951-1956
- 59-5. Commercial Law Seminar, Autumn of 1954
- This Seminar was on "The Price of Goods"
- 59-6. Commercial Law
- Exams on summer reading: Sept. 25, 1954; Sept. 27, 1955
- 59-7 to 59-9. Commercial Law Seminar, Fall of 1955
- Seminar was on "Retail Price Maintenance;" folder includes syllabi, documents, as
well as a report on the seminar submitted to the professors running it, AES and Professor
- 59-10. Commercial Law Seminar, Spring of 1957
- Seminar taught by Professors Braucher and AES
- 60-1 to 60-2. Commercial Law Seminar, 1958-1959 (Fall Semester only)
- 60-3. Commercial Law Seminar, Autumn of 1959
- Seminar was on Government and Banking
- 60-4. Commercial Law Seminar, 1961-1962
- 60-5. Commercial Law Seminar, Spring of 1962
- 60-6. Commercial Law Seminar, Spring of 1966
- 60-7 to 60-8. Federalism Seminar, 1953, Spring Semester
- 60-9. Federalism Seminar, Spring of 1954
- 60-10. Government 124, 1962-1963 (Fall Semester only)
- AES took over the lectures in this course when Professor McCloskey fell ill
- 60-11. Government 224-A, Fall of 1950
- 60-12. Government 224-A - Federalism Course Outlines, 1950
- 60-13 to 61-2. Government 224-A and 224-B - Littauer Material, 1951-1952
- 61-3. Government 224-A and 224-B, 1952, Spring and Fall
- 61-4. Government 224-A, Spring Semester, 1954
- 61-5 to 61-6. Government 224-A, 1955, Spring Semester, Complete File
- 61-7 to 61-8. Government 224-A, Spring of 1956
- Course covered current problems in constitutional law
- 61-9. Government 224-A, Spring of 1957
- Schedules of progress on student papers for this seminar
- 61-10. Government 224-A, Spring of 1958
- More schedules of progress on student papers
- 61-11. Government 224-A, Spring of 1959
- 62-1 to 62-2. Government 224-A, Autumn of 1959
- 62-3. Government 224-A, Autumn of 1960
- 62-4. Government 224-A, 1961-1962 (Fall Semester of 1961)
- 62-5. Government 224-A, Autumn of 1962
- Folder contains mostly reports of progress on student papers
- 62-6. Government 224-A, Autumn of 1963
- 62-7. Government 224-A, Autumn of 1964
- 62-8 to 62-10. Social Sciences 4, 1963-1964, (Fall and Spring), and 1964-1965 (Fall and Spring)
- 62-8 to 62-9. Miscellaneous notes, syllabi, grades, etc.
- 62-10. Correspondence about the course
- 62-11. Student Papers and Bibliographies on "Church and State"
- Series: BILL OF RIGHTS SEMINAR
Folders contain material pertaining to the Seminar on the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth
Amendment which AES taught as a Constitutional Law course at the Harvard Law School. Material consists of reading lists, outlines of seminars, lists of students who attended
seminars, students' "work in progress," student papers, AES's notes and some clippings.
Arrangement is chronological, covering the period 1950 to 1968.
- 63-1. Bill of Rights Seminar, Fall of 1950 and Spring of 1951
- 63-2 to 63-3. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1953
- 63-4. Bill of Rights Seminar, Autumn of 1953
- 63-5 to 63-6. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1956
- 63-7 to 63-8. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1957
- 63-9. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1958
- 64-1 to 64-2. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1959
- 64-3 to 64-4. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1960
- 64-5 to 64-7. Bill of Rights Seminar, Spring of 1961
- 64-8 to 64-9. Bill of Rights Seminar, 1961-1962
- 65-1. Bill of Rights Seminar, 1962-1963
- 65-2. Bill of Rights Seminar, 1963-1964
- 65-3. Bill of Rights Seminar, 1964-1965
- 65-4. Bill of Rights Seminar, 1965-1966
- 65-5. Third Year Written Work, 1968, Messrs. MacMahon and Wallace
- 65-6 to 65-8. Bill of Rights Seminar, Autumn of 1968
- Series: WRITINGS: THE LAW AT HARVARD
Series contains correspondence with Harvard University Press, fan mail, requests for
copies, reviews of book, permissions, research items, pictures used in book, some
galley sheets. Book was commissioned for the Sesquicentennial celebration of the Harvard Law School in 1967. Series covers 1966-1969.
- 65-9 to 66-1. Business letters and reviews
- 66-2 to 66-4. Fan mail, mostly 1967-1969
- 66-5. Notes and Corrections
- 66-6. Permission granted, Harvard Law School History
- 66-7. Pictures for book, some with accompanying captions
- 66-8 to 66-10. Research materials, correspondence and other miscellany
- 66-11. Galley proof, with AES's corrections; original folder marked: "This set read by E.N. Griswold"
- Series: WRITINGS: LAWYER IN AMERICA
Book was commissioned by the American Bar Association for the celebration of its Centennial in 1978. AES completed the manuscript before
his death in 1973.
The Series contains drafts in various stages of the various chapters; handwritten
and typed notes; bibliographies, indices and a large amount of research material assembled
by AES for this project, both in printed and xerox form.
Numbers in parenthesis following Box numbers indicate that these items are bound and
were not placed in folders.
- 67-(1). Chapter III (Rough Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 67-(2). Chapter V (Rough Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 68-(1). Chapters I and II (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 68-(2). Chapter IV (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 69-(1). Chapter VI (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 69-(2). Chapter VII (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 69-(3). Chapter IX (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 70-(1). Chapter IX (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 70-(2). Chapter X (Recopied Drafts)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 71-(1). Bibliographical Materials, Pennsylvania bibliography, Index to legal Periodicals,
Chroust, THE RISE OF THE LEGAL PROFESSION, Colonial Court Records, a bibliographical review
- 71-(2). Delegates to the Convention and bibliography
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 71-(3). Oregon Research Papers and Thesis
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 72-(1). Miscellaneous writings, including: " Codification of the Common Law" by Bentham"; Law, Lawyers and the Public" by Chafee
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 72-(2). Writings about the law in Texas, Colorado, Rocky Mountain Mining Camps
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 72-(3). The Adlow Collection
- 72-(4). Short Articles from: Oregon Supreme Court Record; Oregon Historical Quarterly
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 72-(5). Stanley Katz book reviews, Willard Hurst, sources Survey of the Legal Profession,
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 72-(6). Topical Indices of American Bar Association Journal 1965-1971
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 72-(7). WRITINGS: LAWYER IN AMERICA
- Patrick Henry
- Thomas Jefferson admission to the Bar, law practices earnings
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 73-(1). Forecast of LAWYER IN AMERICA
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 73-(2). American Journal of Legal History, xeroxed articles for LAWYER IN AMERICA
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 73-(3). Material for LAWYER IN AMERICA
- Jacksonian Democracy and the Codification Movement, including Harold Berman's DLI
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 73-(4). California
- Writings about the legal history of California
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 74-(1). Washington
- Writings concerning the legal history of the state of Washington
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 74-2 to 74-3. Materials for Chapter VI
- 74-4 to 74-5. Clippings and other research materials for Chapter VII
- 74-6 to 74-7. Clippings and research materials for Chapter VIII
- 74-8 to 75-1. Materials for Chapter IX
- 75-2 to 75-6. New York Times clippings and other research materials for Chapter X: Today and Tomorrow
- 75-2 to 75-3. Clippings from newspapers
- 75-4 to 75-6. Assorted documents
- 75-7. Civil Rights Acts, 1866-1968
- 75-(8). History of the Hale and Dorr firm, 1919-1969 (written by Professor John Maguire)
- Bound, not placed in folder
- 75-9. Material for the Sociology of the Modern Lawyer
- 76-1. Acts concerning Office of Economic Opportunities
- 76-2. Clippings and other materials relating to Ralph Nader
- 76-3. Article in The Columbia Review: " Expansion of the Lawyering Process Through a New Delivery System: The Emergence and
State of Legal Professionalism"
- 76-4. The Trial of Aaron Burr
- This was the draft of a script for TV show entitled "The Trial of Aaron Burr" AES
was the consultant for the program, and used information gained form the show in his
book, LAWYER IN AMERICA
- 76-5. Dawn's Early Light
- Draft of script for TV show entitled "Dawn's Early Light" AES was the consultant for
the program, and used information gained from the show in his book
- 76-6. Abe Lincoln, Esq.
- Draft of script for TV show entitled "Abe Lincoln, Esq." for which AES was consultant
- 76-7 to 76-8. First and revised drafts for the TV series composed of the shows listed for folders
76-4 to 76-6
- Series: OTHER WRITINGS, SPEECHES, SPECIAL LECTURES
This Series consists of materials pertaining to articles, speeches, lectures and book
reviews written or presented by AES from 1940 to 1963. Folders contain notes, drafts
and research materials as well as reprints of some of AES's articles and speeches.
Some correspondence about individual reviews or speeches is also included. One central
theme in these writings is the relation of the individual to the democratic society
around him, and the questions in constitutional law raised by this relationship.
- 77-1. Article written by AES about Nelson Dingley III, called " Making a Regiment, 1940-1941"
- 77-2. Groton, New York speech, 1947
- 77-3. Book review of THE PEOPLE AND THE COURT. JUDICIAL REVIEW IN A DEMOCRACY, by Charles L. Black Jr.
- 77-4. " The State Summoned to Judgement," an address presented by AES at Colgate University
- 77-5. Report of the Equity Committee, Harvard Law School - 1951
- 77-6 to 77-7. Investigations, 1952-1953, Jenner and Velde Committees
- 77-8. Harvard Crimson letter from Chafee and AES, Jan. 1953
Date: Jan. 1953
- Folder contains mostly correspondence related to the letter
- 77-9 to 77-10. Speech at Indianapolis Harvard Association Meeting, June 1953
Date: June 1953
- 77-9. Documents and notes relating to the meeting
- 77-10. Corr. re the meeting
- 77-11. Lecture for the Great Issues course, Dartmouth College, Oct. 26-27, 1953
Date: Oct. 26-27, 1953
- 77-12. Letters re articles for Law Reviews, 1953-1965
- 77-13. AES's review of POLITICS AND THE CONSTITUTION IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES,
by William Winslow Cresskey.
- Review was published in The Cornell Law Quarterly, 1953, fall edition
- 77-14. Florida State University speech, Jan. 19-20, 1954
Date: Jan. 19-20, 1954
- 78-1 to 78-4. " Constitutions, Churches and Schools, "submitted by AES to Columbia University's Bicentennial Conference IV, June 1954
Date: June 1954
- 78-5. " Segregation and the Supreme Court," published in The Atlantic Monthly issue of July, 1954
Date: July, 1954
- 78-6. " Communism, Security Risks and Treason," lecture to Harvard University Summer School of Arts and Sciences, July 26, 1954
Date: July 26, 1954
- 78-7. Meeting with the Commission On Intergovernmental Relations, Oct. 12, 1954
Date: Oct. 12, 1954
- 78-8 to 78-9. JUDICIAL POWER OVER POLICY UNDER STATE CONSTITUTIONS, by Albert M. Horn, edited by AES for publishing, 1954 (fall)
- Folders contain drafts of the paper and correspondence relating to its publication
- 78-10 to 79-1. Article on " Desegregation and the Public Schools," published in Law and Contemporary Problems, Duke University School of Law, Autumn of 1954
- Folders contain corr. comcerning the article, and related newspaper clippings
- 79-2. Gower-AES radio talks on " Two Parties and the General Will" Nov. 12, 1954
Date: Nov. 12, 1954
- 79-3. Article and speech on Justice Robert H. Jackson of the U.S. Supreme Court. Article was published in Harvard Law School Record, Oct., 1954 issue. Speech was presented to Rochester Bar Association on Dec. 8, 1954
Date: Oct., 1954
Date: Dec. 8, 1954
- 79-4. Delaware Harvard Club speech, Feb. 10, 1955
Date: Feb. 10, 1955
- 79-5 to 79-7. Speech on the Uniform Commercial Code of Massacusetts, presented at the annual convention
of the Massachusetts Bankers Association on June 10, 1955
Date: June 10, 1955
- " The Flag, the Constitution and International Agreements,"
- 79-8 to 79-9. " The Tenantry on the New York Manors," submitted by AES to The Cornell Law Quarterly for publication in 1955
- 79-10 to 80-2. Occasional speeches
- 80-3. " Academic Freedom in the United States," a lecture by AES at a meeting of the English Society of Public Teachers of Law, at Aberystwyth, Wales, in September, 1956.
Date: September, 1956.
- Folder contains mostly newspaper clippings and other documents related to the topic
of the lecture
- 80-4. " Judicial Reticence and Public Policy," speech at University of Edinburgh, Nov. 16, 1956
Date: Nov. 16, 1956
- 80-5. " Attrition of State Powers in Federal Nations," the revised version of a lecture delivered on Nov. 30, 1956, at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland
Date: Nov. 30, 1956,
- 80-6. " La Formation du Justice Américain," speech at University of Grenoble Law School, December of 1956
Date: December of 1956
- 80-7. " Community Interest and Individual Rights," speech presented to Harvard University Graduate School of Design on Feb. 8, 1957
Date: Feb. 8, 1957
- 80-8 to 80-9. " Public Authority and Religious Education: A Brief Survey of Constitutional and Legal
Limits" This was paper presented by AES for discussion at the Conference on Religion and
Public Education at Arden House in Harriman, New York, March 10, 1957
Date: March 10, 1957
- 80-10. Article entitled " Law at an Oxford College," written by AES for the Harvard Law School Alumni Bulletin, June 1957
Date: June 1957
- Folder contains corr. re the article
- 80-11. Book review of LAW AND THE CONDITIONS OF FREEDOM IN THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY UNITED
STATES, by James W. Hurst. Review was published in September, 1957 issue of The American Political Science Review
Date: September, 1957
- 80-12. Book review of INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM AND GOVERNMENTAL RESTRAINTS, by Walter Gellhorn. Review published in The Cornell Law Quarterly in Fall of 1957
- 80-13. Book review of MR. JUSTICE, edited by Allison Dunham and Philip B. Kurland. Review published in The University of Chicago Law Review, 1957
- 80-14. Harvard's Day, March 28, 1958
Date: March 28, 1958
- AES participated in a panel discussion during the day
- 80-15. Speech on the Uniform Commercial Code at Hartford, Connecticut on May 24, 1958
Date: May 24, 1958
- 80-16 to 81-1. Speech to the Conference on Moral and Spiritual Values at the University of California at Davis in 1958
- 81-2. " Today's Teaching for Tomorrow's Lawyers," a speech presented at the American Association of Theological Schools meeting in June, 1958
Date: June, 1958
- 81-3. Articles on the Uniform Commercial Code, submitted to the Boston College Annual Survey
of Mass. Law, 1958
- 81-4. Book review of WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED: SEGREGATION-DESEGREGATION IN SOUTHERN SCHOOLS,
edited by Don Shoemaker. Review published in The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Sciences
- 81-5. Herald Tribune articles on Supreme Court decisions, 1958-1959 AES was one of a group of lawyers assembled
by the Herald Tribune to "...comment and interpret important court decisions as they occur."
- 81-6. " The Citizen Looks At His Army," a speech to the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky on Sept. 10, 1959
Date: Sept. 10, 1959
- 81-7. Lectures to foreign students on American Criminal Law, Fall of 1959
- 81-8. Biography of Justice O.W. Holmes for Collier's Encyclopedia, January of 1960
- 81-9. Book review of CASES AND MATERIALS ON NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS, by Professor E. Allen Farnsworth. Review was published in Feb., 1960 issue of the Columbia Law Review
Date: Feb., 1960
- 81-10. Short article on Jury Trials, written for The Boston Globe, March, 1960
Date: March, 1960
- 81-11. " The Independent Judge in a Free Society," a lecture at Bowdoin College on April 8, 1960
Date: April 8, 1960
- 81-12. Government 1 lecture, April 11, 1960
Date: April 11, 1960
- 81-13. Harvard Law School Forum, April 29, 1960, on The Civil Rights Bill of 1960
Date: April 29, 1960,
- AES served as moderator at the Forum
- 81-14. Article entitled " Assembly, Right Of," written for The Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1960
- 81-15. " Crime, Law Enforcement, and the Supreme Court," an address by AES at Cambridge Club on Nov. 21, 1960
Date: Nov. 21, 1960
- 81-16. Article by AES for Collier's Encyclopedia on certain vital U.S. Supreme Court cases, December, 1960
Date: December, 1960
- 81-17. Talk at Appleton Chapel on Jan. 6, 1961
Date: Jan. 6, 1961
- 81-18. Speech to the Boston College Law School Forum on April 20, 1961
Date: April 20, 1961
- 81-19 to 81-20. " The American Tradition And Its Implications For Constitutional Law," speech at Fordham Law School on Nov. 17, 1961
Date: Nov. 17, 1961
- 82-1. Book review of THE GENIUS OF LEMUEL SHAW, by Judge Elijah Adlow. Review published
in Boston Bar Journal in December of 1962
Date: December of 1962
- 82-2. Book review of THE SOVEREIGN PREROGATIVE: THE SUPREME COURT AND THE QUEST FOR LAW,
by Eugene V. Rostow. Review published in May 1963 issue of The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science
- 82-3. " Blackstone After Two Centuries," article by AES for Scott Festschrift, May 1963
Date: May 1963
- 82-4. " Sunday Legislation," an article for The New Catholic Encyclopedia, 1963-1964
- 82-5. Article on Civil Rights Legislation and its constitutionality, written for The North Carolina Law Review in 1963
- 82-6. Recollections by AES of Justice Holmes
- 82-7. " The Flag, the Constitution and International Agreements," paper by AES published in Harvard Law Review in 1955
- Folder contains drafts and research materials used for the paper
- Series: NEW YORK STATE COMMISSION ON THE QUALITY, COST AND FINANCING OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY
Folders pertain to affairs of this Commission of which AES was member. Commission
was created when New York Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller and the State Board of Regents appointed 16 citizens who were all interested in public schools and their problems,
in October 1969. Commission's goal was to evaluate state's present educational system
and recommend ways to improve it. The Commission prepared its findings during 1970
Much of the material in this series consisits of xerox copies of reports to the Commission,
of speeches and memoranda.
- 87-1. Papers, memoranda, etc. on the role of the Commission, 1970, 1971
Date: 1970, 1971
- 87-2 to 88-7. Papers, memoranda, statements presented to the Commission, resolutions, legal opinions,
reports, agenda of meetings, summaries, correspondence. Most of this material is xerox
copies sent to the sixteen members of the Commission.
- Series: NIEMAN FELLOWS
Nieman fellowships are awarded by Harvard University to professional journalists for a one year's study at Harvard covering broad or specific
subjects of their choice. These fellowships were created under a bequest by Agnes
Wahl Nieman "to promote and elevate standards of journalism"; her husband, Lucius W. Nieman, had founded the Milwaukee Journal.
This Series includes memoranda and outlines announcing topics which were to be discussed
by the Nieman Fellows as a group with Harvard Law School faculty members. AES was a member of the Harvard Law School Committee which arranged these meetings. Period covered is 1951 to 1966.
- 88-8. " Internal Security Act of 1950," topic for Nov. 14, 1951 meeting
Date: Nov. 14, 1951
- 88-9. " Barriers Between States," Jan. 21, 1952
Date: Jan. 21, 1952
- 88-10. " Proposed Constitutional Amendments," March 3, 1952
Date: March 3, 1952
- 89-1. Penalty for "Group Libel", Nov. 10, 1952
Date: Nov. 10, 1952
- 89-2. " Equal but Separate," Dec. 8, 1952
Date: Dec. 8, 1952
- 89-3. " Wage Stabilization," Jan. 26, 1953
Date: Jan. 26, 1953
- 89-4. The Fifth Amendment, March 9, 1953
Date: March 9, 1953
- 89-5. Nieman Foundation, 1953-1954
- Corr. relating to academic meetings of Nieman Fellows during
the academic year 1953-1954
- 89-6. " Equal but Separate," Oct. 28, 1953
Date: Oct. 28, 1953
- 89-7. " Equal and Separate," Dec. 2, 1953
Date: Dec. 2, 1953
- 89-8. Nieman Fellows, 1954-1955
- Corr. concerning Nieman Fellows of academic year 1954-1955
- 89-9. " The Supreme Court and the Reluctant State," Dec. 9, 1954
Date: Dec. 9, 1954
- 89-10. Labor Law Seminar, Feb. 9, 1955
Date: Feb. 9, 1955
- 89-11. Anti-Trust Policy, April 13, 1955
Date: April 13, 1955
- 89-12. Nieman Fellows, 1955-1956
- 89-13. " A Glance at the Supreme Court's Work at the October, 1955 Term," Dec. 13, 1955
Date: Dec. 13, 1955
- 89-14. " Crimes, Courts and Newspapers," Jan. 31, 1956
Date: Jan. 31, 1956
- 89-15. " The Strategy of Anti-Desegregation," April 24, 1956 and Nov. 14, 1957
Date: April 24, 1956 and Nov. 14, 1957
- 89-16. Nieman Fellows, 1956-1957
- 89-17. Nieman Fellows, 1957-1958
- 89-18. " The Materials of Judicial Decision," Dec. 11, 1957
Date: Dec. 11, 1957
- 89-19. Nieman Fellows, 1958-1959
- 89-20. " Automobile Negligence Litigation," March 4, 1958
Date: March 4, 1958
- 89-21. " Recent Problems in the Law of Defamation," April 8, 1958 and Dec. 15, 1958
Date: April 8, 1958
Date: Dec. 15, 1958
- 89-22. Nieman Fellows, 1959-1960
- 89-23. " The Enforcement of Justice," Dec. 1, 1960
Date: Dec. 1, 1960
- 89-24. Nieman Fellows, 1960-1961
- 90-1. Nieman Fellows, 1961-1962
- 90-2. Nieman Fellows, 1962-1963
- 90-3. Nieman Fellows, 1963-1964
- 90-4. Nieman Fellows, 1964-1965
- 90-5. Nieman Fellows, 1965-1966
- Series: PAIGE BOXES
Items in this group were transferred to the Harvard Law School Library from Professor Sutherland's office in January, 1974. Much of this material was kept
or placed by Professor Sutherland inside 3-hole notebook covers, for convenience of
storing and retrieving.
Material in this group supplements items in the manuscript boxes of Contingents I
and II, and all of these materials should be used jointly.
- PAIGE BOX # 1. Notebooks of AES while student at Harvard Law School (1 - 9)
All of the material in Paige Box 1 has been transferred to the Class Notes Collection
(HOLLIS # 2049495).
Included also: Harvard Law School schedule of final examinations for June 1923
- (1) Property Sept. 1923
- (2) Torts n.d.
- (3) Procedure n.d.
- (4) Evidence Sept. 1923
- (5) New York Practice n.d.
- (6) Equity Sept. 1923
- (7) Sales Sept. 1923
- (8) Conflicts n.d.
- (9) Corporations n.d.
- PAIGE BOX # 2. Notebooks of AES while student at Harvard Law School (10-18)
All of the material in Paige Box 2 has been transferred to the Class Notes Collection
(HOLLIS # 2049495).
- (10) Trusts n.d.
- (11) [Equity ?] n.d.
- (12) Contracts n.d.
- (13) Constitutional Law n.d.
- (14) Taxation n.d.
- (15) Bills and Notes n.d.
- (16) Liabilities n.d.
- (17) Property I 1922/1923
- (18) Property III
- PAIGE BOX # 3. Chronological record of all letters sent by AES: Sets of carbons, in notebooks
- (1) Oct. 11, 1962 - Feb. 28, 1963
- (2) March 1, 1963 - June 28, 1963
- (3) July 1, 1963 - Aug. 31, 1964
- (4) Sept. 2, 1964 - July 1, 1965
- (5) July 2, 1965 - Sept. 30, 1966
- (6) Sept. 30, 1966 - June 6, 1967
- PAIGE BOX # 4. Chronological record of all letters sent by AES: Sets of carbons, in notebooks (cont'd.)
- (7) Apr. 28, 1967 - Oct. 30, 1967
- (8) June 28, 1971 - July 26, 1972 [this includes a few letters received by AES]
- Alphabetical file of miscellaneous correspondence: Letters received and carbons of
- ___(1) A - L 1 notebook 1970
- ___(2) A - K 1 loose packet of letters 1971, 1972
- ___(3) M - Z 1 notebook 1969, 1970
- ___(4) M - Z 1 loose packet of letters 1970, 1971, 1972
- ___1 folder of newspaper clippings relating to AES
- PAIGE BOX # 5. 33 reels of tapes
- Transferred to Art Collection February 8, 1989
- PAIGE BOX # 6. THE LAW AT HARVARD: xerox copies of various chapters of typed Ms
- (1) Chapter VII - Appendix copy # 3 May 1966 draft
- (2) Chapter VII - Appendix copy # 4 May 1966 draft
- (3) Chapters I - VI copy # 4 May 1966 draft
- (4) Chapters VIII - end complete March 1966 draft with Austin Scott's notes [marked:
- (5) Chapters I - VI Complete March 1966 draft with Austin Scott's notes [marked: Binder
- PAIGE BOX # 7. Teaching notes and teaching materials of AES
- (1) Commercial Transactions 1958
- (2) Property I 1962/1963
- (3) Constitutionalism in America 1964/1965 [notebook marked: July 1963]
- (4) Government 224 A 1965/1966 [student papers]
- (5) Government 224 A 1966/1967 [student papers]
- (6) Government 224 A 1967/1968 [student papers]
- (7) Seminar on Problems of Sale Fall 1956
- PAIGE BOX # 8. Writings, speeches, etc.: Mss and correspondence, in notebooks
transferred to Art Collection February 8,
- PAIGE BOX # 9. Teaching notes and teaching materials of AES
- (1) In the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District. In re Estate of Steven Girard. Opinion of the Court,
Horace Stern, C.J.; concurring opinion,
- (2) Commercial Law Seminar 1957/1958
- (3) Commercial Transactions, 1965/1966
- (4) Commercial Transactions 1968/1969
- (5) The Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment 1964/1965
- (6) Materials for Church-State course 1968/1969 Spring semester
- (7) Birnbaum commentary on Article 9, Commercial Code, Chapters
I, II, III
- (8) Supplement to Commercial Transactions (Section 4)
- (9) Commercial Law lecture notes 1951/1952 [loose notes, chron.]
- PAIGE BOX # 10. Correspondence
- (1) Chronological record of all correspondence from Nov. 1967 to Aug. 1968 (carbons
of letters sent by AES)
- (2) Chron. record of all corr. from Sept. 1968 to July 1969 (carbons of letters sent
- (3) Chron. record of all corr. from Aug. 1969 to March 1970 (carbons of letters sent
- (4) Chron. record of all corr. from April 1970 to Dec. 1970 (carbons of letters sent
- (5) Chron. record of all corr. from Jan. 4, 1971 to June 27, 1971 (carbons of all
letters sent by AES, including some incoming letters)
- (6) Charles White: correspondence (260 Fed. Supp. 582 1967)
- (7) Corr. re Arizona, Memphis and Kansas City speaking trips 1971
- (8) 1 folder marked "Misc. Harvard Correspondence: Associated Harvard Clubs, Crimson,
Debate, Lincoln's Inn, Stud. Legislative Bureau, H.L.S. Record, H.L.S. Yearbook, H.L.S.
Forum, The Club, The Lawyers Club"
- PAIGE BOX # 11. H.L.S. Sesquicentennial, THE LAW AT HARVARD, THE PATH OF THE LAW
- (1) Sesquicentennial proceedings, speeches, etc. (typed Ms)
- (2) Sesquicentennial correspondence, THE PATH OF THE LAW
- (3) Sesquicentennial programs, speeches
- (4) THE PATH OF THE LAW (Ms)
- (5) THE LAW AT HARVARD (Ms, marked "copy # 3"). Chapt. I- VI, Amendments of July 1966,
and Sept. 1966 added
- (6) Various loose groups of different chapters of the typed Ms of THE LAW AT HARVARD
- (7) 1 Manila envelope with material for THE LAW AT HARVARD, marked "Superseded"
- PAIGE BOX # 12. Student research; other research materials [notebooks]
- (1) Mark Burstein: CLAO & OEO research items
- (2) Appendix to "A Survey of the Controls on the Police Use of Deadly Force" by T.S. Ellis (arr. alph. by cities)
- (3) Mimeographed of study made by the Legal Department of the National Catholic Welfare
Conference, entitled "The Constitutionality of the Inclusion of Church-Related Schools
in Federal Aid to Education" (1961); also some general corr. and printed material
re Federal aid to church-related schools
- (4) Kresse v. Hardin, U.S. District Court for the Distr. of Arizona: Opinion and order
sent to AES by John B. Carroll, Jan. 1970; also Rasmussen v. Hardin
- (5) Walz v. Tax Exemption and other cases relating to Federal and municipal aid to
church-related schools. Also some corr. about these vases (Meyer v. City of Oklahoma
- PAIGE BOX # 13. Professional activities; other activities [notebooks]
- (1) 1968 Conference of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, San Francisco, July 17-19, 1968.
Meeting discussed Crime Control Act of June 19, 1968 (Public Law 90-351)
- (2) Committee on Judicial History, U.S. Supreme Court 1972
- (3) New York Law Revision Commission 1970, 1971.
AES consultant in area of public law (UCCC). Included is corr. about appointment
- (4) Elon College, N.C. Liberal Arts Forum, Apr. 20-22, 1969. Corr., programs, etc.
- (5) AES as reader of Ms for Harvard University Press. Ms by John T. Eliff: " The Department of Justice and Civil Rights, 1937-1962" 1969
- (6) Uniform Commercial Code 1957-1959: various materials (ALI, National Commissioners); also corr.
- (7) American Law Institute: various drafts of different codes
- (8) Mount Holyoke Conference Committee 1969-1972
- (9) American Council of Learned Societies.
Includes material on Conference of Secretaries, June 18-21, 1969, at
Sagamore Estates, Adirondacks ( Syracuse Univ. Conf. Center)
- (10) American Academy of Arts and Sciences 1967-1971
- PAIGE BOX # 14. Harvard activities; other activities
- (1) Harvard Community Health Plan 1970-1972
- (2) Harvard Community Health Plan; marked "vol. II" 1971-1972
- (3) Harvard Community Health Plan; folder relating to appointment of Robert Biblo
as Acting Executive Director
- (4) Nieman Fellows 1966-1972
- (5) Milton Fund Jan. 1969-Feb. 1970
- (6) Milton Fund March 1970 - March 1971
- (7) Milton Fund June - July 1969 (10 small grants)
- PAIGE BOX # 15. Writings: Articles, speeches, book reviews, etc. [notebooks] [titles copied from outside
labels of notebooks]
- (1) AES book reviews, Dec. 1962
- (2) Brief in Behalf of Special Committee for Aid on Textbooks, Amicus Curiae. Sutherland, Edwards, Hogan; Dec. 30, 1967 Rhode
- (3) President's Commission on Human Rights, Article 5, 1968
Also: Zechariah Chafee. Preface to THREE HUMAN RIGHTS, 1968
- (4) Story's Commentaries on the Constitution: Introduction. Plenum Publishing Corporation
- (5) Florida Bar Meeting (spring meeting), May 23-25, 1968. Americana Hotel, Miami Beach. Talk given by AES
- (6) THE LAW AT OXFORD by F. H. Lawson. Buffalo Law Review
- (7) Union College. Phi Beta Kappa Initiation,
May 26, 1969 Neal Allen
- (8) Thursday Morning Talk: " Public Money and Parochial Schools" Jan. 28, 1971
- (9) Northeastern University Seminar: "Dignity of Authority" May
- ___(a) 15 minutes of Gossamer for H.L.S. Class of 1922.
- ___(b) Pittsburgh H.L.S. Alumni Talk 1969
- ___(c) Berstein thesis (U.C. Davis)
- ___(d) Review of Carlin's LAWYER'S ETHICS. Florida Law Review
- (11) Case Western Reserve Law School.
Commencement address, June 10-11, 1969
- (12) A.E. Dick Howard. The Road from Runnymede:
Magna Carta and Constitutionalism in America. Book review for Harvard
Law Review, Feb. 1969
- ___(a) Material for biography of Joseph Henry Beale
- ___(b) Book review of Leonard W. Levy: Origins of the Fifth
Amendment, for Fordham University Law Review
- ___(c) The Institute of Church and State, Villanova Univ. School of Law: "Historians,
Lawyers and 'Establishment of Religion'"
- (14) Western Reserve Law Review. "Establishment of Religion - 1968" October, 1967
- (15) Book review: Gottfried Dietze. America's Political Dilemna 1969 (1968)
- (16) Article for H.L.S. Bulletin on Julie Grenier: "Julie
Grenier: Bon Voyage; Au Revoir" 1968
- (17) Notebook marked: Book reviews; Law Articles; Reviewed Manuscripts; Original Articles;
- (18) Xerox copy of Ms LAWYER IN AMERICA: Preface and Chapters
I, II & III
- PAIGE BOX # 16. Writings: Books; lectures; law review articles; miscellany
- (1) Early stages of CONSTITUTIONALISM IN AMERICA
- (2) Preliminary notes for CONSTITUTIONALISM IN AMERICA
- (3) Chapter IX: Confrontation and Constitutionalism, 1945-1970 (CONSTITUTIONALISM
- (4) Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures at Univ. of N.C., Oct. 1963: "Apology for Uncomfortable Change, 1863-1963". Ms, corr., publicity
- (5) Preface to the Sagamore Papers; Harvard Univ. Press editorial work
- (6) Rhode Island Reapportionment, 1966
- (7) Ward E. Elliott's Introduction to his own book: THE
DYNAMICS OF DEMOCRACY AND THE GUARDIAN ETHIC, submitted for review to
- (8) COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS: a few early scattered notes
- (9) Gallagher v. Crown Kosher Super Market. Appellee's
motion... U.S. Supr. Ct., O.T. 1959. With AES's notes.
- (10) Commonwealth of Mass. "An Act establishing
the Uniform Commercial Code". With AES's corrections.
- (11) Kamisar & Choper. "The Right to Counsel in Minnesota". Minn. L.R., 1963. Reprint,
with handwritten comments by
- (12) Kamisar. "On the tactics of police-prosecution oriented critics of the Court".
Cornell Law Qu., 1964. Reprint, with AES's
- (13) Book review by AES: "The Reconstruction Amendments
Debates", ed. by Alfred Avins, 1967. Holograph MS.
- PAIGE BOX # 17. Harvard miscellany; personal miscellany
- (1) Office business, July 1967 - July 1972
- (2) Recommendations, Fall of 1968 - Feb. 1970
- (3) Recommendations, March 1970 - April 1972
- (4) Harvard University miscellany, June 1970 - June 1972: Commencement, Faculty matters,
- (5) Dinner invitations and other invitations, May 26, 1970 - June 8, 1972
- (6) 45th Reunion, Harvard Law School Class of 1925
- (7) Supreme Court luncheon, May 1971
- (8) Leona Baumgartner file
- (9) Current Constitutional Law notes 1965/1966 (Teaching notes)
- (10) Commercial Law notes 1952/1953
- (11) 1 tape reel: Joe Welch, Chicago speech, Aug. 18, 1954 ( Harvard Law School Association
- (12) 1 tape reel: W. Barton Leach on the Harvard Law School
- PAIGE BOX # 18. PAIGE BOXES
- (3) Speech by Mr. Justice Frankfurter, June 13, 1956
- (4) Recording in Ames Court Room on March 26, 1960
- (5) Dean Pound's recollections of student days at Harvard Law School; 2 tape reels
- (6) Dean Pound's 92nd birthday celebration - October 1962 Speech at the Cardozo Club - December 1962; 2 tape reels
- (7) Dedication of John Burns Memorial Room
- (8) Interview of AES with Professor Scott on his recollections of the Harvard Law School
- (9) After dinner speeches at the Harvard Law School Sesquicentennial celebration in
1967. Introductory remarks by
AES. Talk by Mr. Plimpton; 2 tape reels
- (10) Derek Bok's installation in 1971; 4 tape reels
- (11) Undated reels; 2 tape reels, one unnamed, one marked "Pound"
- (12) Tape reel marked: "Sunday morning with scotty, 1965"
- (13) Tape reel marked: "Scotty at Winthrop, Stimson, 1909-1910"
- (14) One unmarked tape reel. Outside label of sender reads: Division of Continuing Education Oregon System of
Higher Education Eugene, Oregon; rec'd. 2/16/1966 by
- (15) Sutherland, A.E. The Law and One Man Among Many (1956). Inscribed to Charles
and Mildred Morton by the author, 12 April
1957. Encl. also is note of AES to Mrs. Morton, 23 May 1957, thanking her for
her favorable comments on the book.; Purchased by MLC, Jan. 1978
- PAIGE BOX #19. Chapters, in various draft stages, of LAWYER IN AMERICA; includes one complete set
of typescripts of Chapters I through X, dated July 1972. These MSS transferred from
Prof. David F. Cavers' office 18 June 1981.
Harvard University -- History
United States. Constitution. 1st-10th
Law Study and
Constitutional amendments -United States.
Adlow, Elijah, 1896-
Brennan, William J. (William
Clark, Grenville, 1882-1967.
Cowan, Zelman, Sir.
Cox, Archibald, 1912-
Drinan, Robert F.
Ervin, Sam J. (Sam James), 1896-1985
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.
Friendly, Henry Jacob, 1903-
Kastenmeier, Robert W.
Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.
Lumbard, J. Edward.
Mitchell, John David Bawden.
O'Brian, John Lord, b. 1874.
Pusey, Nathan Marsh,
Quinn, Robert E.
Reardon, Paul C.
Rogge, O. John (Oetje
Stouffer, Samuel Andrew, 1900-1960
Sutherland, Arthur E., 1902-1973.
Government Under Law Conference,
(1955: Harvard University).