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Collection Summary

Historical Background

Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 1922-1968, bulk 1944-1946

Publications, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and Palestine (unclassified), 1937-1948

Publications, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and Palestine (transferred to Rare Book Collection), 1945-1950 and undated

Personal and Business Materials, 1853-1979, bulk 1900-1970

Speech and Article Materials, 1893, 1934-1961 and undated

Publications by Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., 1920-1967

Publications About Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., 1934-1965

General Publications, 1907-1970

General Publications (transferred to Rare Book Collection)

University of Texas, Tarlton Law Library

Guide to the Joseph C. Hutcheson Papers, 1853-1979



Collection Summary

Creator: Hutcheson, Joseph Chappell, Jr., 1879-1973
Title: Joseph C. Hutcheson Papers
Dates: 1853-1979 (bulk 1900-1970)
Abstract: This collection documents Joseph C. Hutcheson’s legal practice and his service on the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe, studying issues of Palestine and creation of the Jewish state.
Identification: 00020
Size: 10.5 linear ft. (25 boxes)
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin,
727 E. Dean Keeton St., Austin, TX 78705-3224, (512) 471-7263

Historical Background

Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr. (1879-1973), a nationally known jurist and legal scholar, served as federal judge for the Southern District of Texas (1918-1931) and on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1931-1964), including 12 years as chief judge (1948-1959). He authored three books and numerous articles for legal journals, including an influential 1929 Legal Realist essay on the role of the "hunch" in judicial decisions. Valedictorian of the Class of 1900 at The University of Texas School of Law, Hutcheson practiced law in his native Houston from 1900 to 1918, most of that time in partnership with his father, and was elected mayor of Houston in 1917. In 1946 he served as co-chairman of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe, which studied the suitability of Palestine as a homeland for Jewish refugees from the Holocaust.

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Contents of the Collection

A large part of the collection relates to Hutcheson's service on the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe (1922-1968, bulk 1944-1948; 3 linear ft.). It includes correspondence; memoranda; photographs; printed documents; publications; speeches by Hutcheson; transcripts of hearings held in the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East; reports by the committee; and reports submitted to the committee by other bodies including the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the American Jewish Committee. Personal and business materials (1853-1979, bulk 1900-1970; 2.7 linear ft.) include correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and clippings relating to Hutcheson's personal, business, legal, judicial, professional, civic, and family affairs, particularly family business and Hutcheson's private law practice. Correspondence with fellow judges and court officials relate to Fifth Circuit administration, his retirement in 1964, his judicial philosophy, and his possible appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court; and includes a folder of correspondence with Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. In addition, there is biographical material on Hutcheson's family, especially his father, Joseph C. Hutcheson, Sr., a state legislator, congressman, and prominent Houston attorney. Speech and article materials (1893, 1934-1960; 1.3 linear ft.) include drafts and correspondence. Printed materials (1920-1970; 3 linear ft.) include almost all of Hutcheson's legal articles, published copies of his speeches, articles about Hutcheson, and publications on Palestine.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 1922-1968, bulk 1944-1946
Publications, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and Palestine (unclassified), 1937-1948
Publications, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and Palestine (transferred to Rare Book Collection), 1945-1950 and undated
Personal and Business Materials, 1853-1979, bulk 1900-1970
Speech and Article Materials, 1893, 1934-1961 and undated
Publications by Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., 1920-1967
Publications About Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., 1934-1965
General Publications, 1907-1970
General Publications (transferred to Rare Book Collection)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

None.

Use Restrictions

The collection and any reproductions of the collection are made available for the purposes of private study, scholarship, and research only.

Tarlton Law Library does not hold the copyright to the materials, unless it has been transferred to the library by the creator. It is the researcher's responsibility to determine the copyright status and to obtain permission from the copyright holder before publishing any materials from the collection.

Some collections may contain sensitive or confidential information protected under federal and state privacy laws. The researchers are encouraged to report any such information to staff.

The University of Texas at Austin is not responsible for violations of intellectual property rights and any other laws or for liability to any person for defamation or invasion of privacy that result from unauthorized use of the collection by the researcher.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Hutcheson, Joseph Chappell, Jr., 1879-1973.
Subjects (Organizations)
American Jewish Committee.
Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Jewish Problems in Palestine and Europe.
Jewish Agency for Palestine.
United States. Court of Appeals (5th Circuit).
Subjects
Israel/Palestine.
Places
Israel.
Jerusalem.
Palestine.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Joseph C. Hutcheson Papers, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Joseph C. Hutcheson, III, July 1996. Originally acquired by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, in the late 1970s-early 1980s, and transferred to the Tarlton Law Library in December 1995.

Processing Information

Processed by Sarah Demb and Mike Widener.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 1922-1968, bulk 1944-1946

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L6 1 American Council for Judaism memorandum, 1945?
2 Arab statements on Palestine [various], 1946 Mar.
3 Austrian Report, 1946
4 Breuer, Isaac, "Judaism and National Home," undated
5 Buber, Martin, "The Meaning of Zionism," 1946 Mar.
6 Christian Council on Palestine memorandum, 1946 Jan. 3
7 Europe, Subcommittee on, 1946 Apr. 9
8 Federal Council of Churches memorandum, 1946 Jan. 2
9 Foreign Missions Conference of North America statement, 1945 Sept. 25
10 Friedman, Elisha, "The British Mandate for Palestine and the Crisis of the Jewish People," 1946 Jan. 3
11 "General Federation of Jewish Labour in Eretz-Israel (Palestine)," memorandum, 1946 Mar.
12 Hearings: Cairo, 1946 Mar.
13 Hearings: Jerusalem, 1946 Mar.
14 Hearings: Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 14
15 Hearings: Vienna, 1946 Feb. 22
16 Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, 1946 Jan. 3
17 Hutcheson, Joseph[?], "Palestine and the Western World," undated
18 Hutcheson, Joseph[?], "Palestine: Anglo-American Problem Child," undated
19 Hutcheson, Joseph, "Racialism, Nativism, Xenophobia: The Little Foxes That Spoil the Vines of Europe and the Middle East," 1946 Dec.
20 Ihud (Union) Association of Palestine statement, 1946 Mar.
box folder
L7 1 Jewish Agency for Palestine, "Zionism and the Arab World," 1946 Mar.
2 Jewish Agency for Palestine statements, notes, etc., 1945-1946
3 Jewish Agency for Palestine "Trends of Economic Development," 1946 Mar.
4 Jewish statements on Palestine [1 of 2], 1946
5 Jewish statements on Palestine [2 of 2], 1946
6 Liaison Office Note on Accommodation of Committee, 1946
7 Lowdermick, w. c., "Palestine: A Venture in Conservation and Full Use of Natural Resources for Human Welfare," undated
8 Malick, Dr. Charles, statement to UN Political and Security Committee, 1948 Apr. 23
9 Memoranda and statements by various persons and organizations, 1946-1948 and undated
box folder
L8 1 Palestine, Government of [1 of 2], ca. 1944-1946
2 Palestine, Government of [2 of 2], ca. 1944-1946
3 Photographs, 1946
4 Printed documents re: Palestine, 1922-1948
5 Printed materials, 1946-1948
6 Rifkind, Simon H., et al, "The Basic Equities of the Palestine Problem," 1947
7 Samuel, Hen. Edwin, memoranda, 1945
8 Savage, J. L., memorandum re: Palestine, 1946
9 Stewart, Rev. w. H. A, memorandum, 1946
10 Vaad Leumi (General Council) of the Jewish Community of Palestine [1 of 2], 1946
11 Vaad Leumi (General Council) of the Jewish Community of Palestine [2 of 2], 1946
12 Hutcheson, Joseph c., correspondence, 1944-1968
box folder
L9 1 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Austria," undated
2 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Bulgaria," undated
3 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Czechoslovakia," undated
4 American Jewish Committee, "Jews of Denmark," undated
5 American Jewish Committee, "Jews of Estonia," undated
6 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Germany," undated
7 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Holland," undated
8 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Hungary," undated
9 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Italy," undated
10 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Latvia," undated
11 American Jewish Committee, "Jews of Lithuania," undated
12 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Poland," undated
13 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Roumania," undated
14 American Jewish Committee, "The Jews of Yugoslavia," undated
15 The Arab Office in Jerusalem, "The Problem of Palestine," (Parts A and B), 1946
16 The Arab Office in Jerusalem, "The Problem of Palestine," (Part C), 1946
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L10 1 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 8
2 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 11
3 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 12
4 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 13
5 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 14
6 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 15
7 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 21
8 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 23
9 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 25
10 Public hearing, Jerusalem, 1946 Mar. 26
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L11 1 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1946 Jan. 7
2 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1947 Jan. 8
3 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1948 Jan. 9
4 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1949 Jan. 10
5 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1950 Jan. 11
6 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1951 Jan. 12
7 Public hearing, Washington, D.C., 1952 Jan. 14
box folder
L12 1 Public hearing, London, 1946 Jan. 25
2 Public hearing, London, 1946 Jan. 28
3 Public hearing, London, 1946 Jan. 29
4 Public hearing, London, 1946 Jan. 30
5 Public hearing, London, 1946 Jan. 31
6 Public hearing, London, 1946 Feb. 1
7 Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, "Report to the United States Government [and] His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom," Lausanne, Switz. [1 of 2], 1946 Apr. 20
8 Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, "Report to the United States Government [and] His Majesty's Government in the United Kingdom," Lausanne, Switz. [1 of 2], 1946 Apr. 20
9 Photo album, Jerusalem, 1946
box folder
L13 1 Anglo-American Committee clippings, 1946 and undated
box folder
L23 13 Jewish Agency for Palestine, "Memorandum on Possibilities of Agricultural Settlement: Submitted to the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry," Jerusalem [incl. 5 maps], 1946 Mar.
14 Jewish Agency for Palestine, "The Economic Absorptive Capacity of Palestine: Submitted to the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry," Jerusalem, 1946 Mar.
15 Binder with one page unidentified material re: Palestine

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Publications, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and Palestine (unclassified), 1937-1948

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L24 1a American Jewish Conference, STATEMENT SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY BY THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE [1946].
1b American Jewish Conference, SUPPLEMENTARY STATEMENT SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY BY THE JEWISH AMERICAN CONFERENCE (New York: American Jewish Conference, 1946).
2 American Jewish Congress, ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY, WASHINGTON, D.C. HEARINGS, JANUARY 1946: STATEMENT BY THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS (New York: Hecla Press [1946]).
3 American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, PRELIMINARY MEMORANDUM ON THE COUNCIL OF JEWS OVERSEAS: SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY BY THE AMERICAN JEWISH JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE (New York: Jan. 3, 1946).
4a American Zionist Emergency Council, THE AMERICAN ZIONIST CASE: STATEMENT SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY, WASHINGTON, D.C., BY THE AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL (Jan. 1946).
4b Wise, Dr. Stephen S., AMERICA AND ZIONISM: STATEMENT BY DR. STEPHEN S. WISE, SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY, WASHINGTON, D.C., BY THE AMERICAN ZIONIST EMERGENCY COUNCIL (Jan. 1946).
5 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD 94:63 (Apr. 6, 1948). See p. A2219, "A Trusteeship for Palestine: Extension of Remarks of Hen. Lawrence H. Smith of Wisconsin in the House of Representatives, Monday, March 29, 1948".
6 DEPARTMENT OF STATE BULLETIN 18:453 (Mar. 7, 1948). See p. 294, "Discussion of the Palestirne Problem in the Security Council: Statement by U.S. Representative to the Security Council."
7 Hadassah, STATEMENT TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY, WASHINGTON, D.C., BY HADASSAH, THE WOMEN'S ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA, INC. (Jan. 1946).
8 Hays, James B., PROPOSED OVER-ALL IRRIGATION AND HYDRO ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT IN PALESTINE: / PRELIMINARY REPORT (New York: Commission on Palestine Surveys, Dec. 1945). Includes several folding maps and tables.
9 Hutcheson, Joseph C., Jr., PALESTINE AND THE WESTERN WORLD [1946?]. "An Address Delivered to the Bar Association of Houston, Friday, May 31, 1946, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas". "Reprinted from The Jewish Herald-Voice, Houston, Texas".
10a Jewish Agency for Palestine, Department for Trade and Industry, THE ECONOMIC WAR EFFORT OF JEWISH PALESTINE: FACTS AND FIGURES COLLECTED BY THE ECONOMIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE (Jerusalem: printed for the Publishing Department of the Jewish Agency for Palestine by The Jerusalem Press Ltd., Mar. 1946).
10b Jewish Agency for Palestine, MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY BY THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE (Jerusalem: Jewish Agency for Palestine, Mar. 1946).
11 JEWISH FRONTIER 13:5 (May 1946) [see p. 3, "Ten Recorrunendations: The Anglo-American Corrunittee Report" by Hayim Greenberg]; JEWISH FRONTIER 14:9 (Sept. 1947) [special issue: "Palestine and the Jewish Problem"].
12a Magnes, Judah L., "Palestine Peace Seen in Arab-Jewish Agreements," NEW YORK TIMES (July 18, 1937). Clipping.
12b Magnes, Judah L., COMPROMISE FOR PALESTINE (Jerusalem, 1944). "This statement appeared in Hebrew in the October number of the monthly periodical BA'AYOTH, and it will appear shortly in THE NATION, New York"
12c Magnes, Judah L., JEWISH-ARAB CO-OPERATION IN PALESTINE (Union Pamphlets No. 3; Jerusalem: Ihud (Union) Association, Oct. 1945).
12d Magnes, Judah L. , LET JEWS AND ARABS MEET (Union Pamphlets No. 2; Jerusalem: Ihud (Union) Association, Feb. 1945).
12e Magnes, Judah L., Letter to the editor of THE ECONOMIST (Jerusalem, Jan. 31, 1944).
12f Magnes, Judah L., TOWARDS PEACE IN PALESTINE (Union Pamphlets No. 1; Jerusalem: Ihud (Union) Association, 1943).
13 McCarran, Pat. DISPLACED PERSONS: FACTS VERSUS FICTION / STATEMENT BY SENATOR PAT MCCARRAN OF NEVADA IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1950 (Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1950). "Not printed at Government expense".
14a THE NEW PALESTINE 37:14 (Apr. 4, 1947).
14b THE NEW PALESTINE 37:20 (June 20, 1947). Annotated.
15 PALESTINE AFFAIRS 3:4 (Apr. 1948).
16 Palestine Economic Corporation, THE RECORD OF ACTIVITIES OF THE PALESTINE ECONOMIC CORPORATION, PRESENTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY (Washington, D.C., Jan. 3, 1946).
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L25 1 Rifkind, Simon H., et al., THE BASIC EQUITIES OF THE PALESTINE PROBLEM: A MEMORANDUM BY SIMON H. RIFKIND, CHAIRMAN, JEROME N. FRANK, STANLEY H. FULD, ABRAHAM TULIN, MILTON HANDLER, MURRAY I. GURFEIN, ABE FORTAS, LAWRENCE R. ENO (New York: Pandick Press, Sept. 10, 1947).
2a World Jewish Congress (British Section), EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF THE WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, LONDON, AUGUST 19TH-23RD, 1945: SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS (No. 16; London: British Section of the World Jewish Congress, Oct. 1945).
2b World Jewish Congress (British Section), WAR EMERGENCY CONFERENCE OF THE WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, ATLANTIC CITY, NOVEMBER 1944: ADDRESSES AND RESOLUTIONS (No. 14; 2nd impression; London: British Section of the World Jewish Congress, Jan. 1945).
3 Zionist Organization of America, A BRIEF STATEMENT OF THE BASIS AND SCOPE OF THE RIGHT OF THE UNITED STATES TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY DISPOSITION OF PALESTINE (New York: Zionist Organization of America, Aug. 10, 1937).

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Publications, Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry and Palestine (transferred to Rare Book Collection), 1945-1950 and undated

American Christian Palestine Committee, THE ARAB WAR EFFORT: A DOCUMENTED ACCOUNT (New York: American Christian Palestine Committee, 1947).
Rare Books D 754 N34 A72 1947
American Jewish Committee, TO THE COUNCILLORS OF PEACE: RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE (New York: American Jewish Committee, Mar. 1945).
Rare Books D 829 J4 A43 1945
American Zionist Emergency Council, BALFOUR DECLARATION, PALESTINE MANDATE, AMERICAN-BRITISH PALESTINE MANDATE CONVENTION, RESOLUTIONS OF CONGRESS, BRITISH WHITE PAPERS, AND OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL HOME FOR THE JEWISH PEOPLE, 1917-1945 (New York: American Zionist Emergency Council, Jan. 1946).
Rare Books DS 149 B34 1946
Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, REPORT TO THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT AND HIS MAJESTY'S GOVERNMENT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM, LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND, APRIL 20, 1946 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946). Dept. of State, Publication 2536, Near Eastern series 2.
Rare Books DS 126.4 A53 1946
Government of Palestine, A SURVEY OF PALESTINE: PREPARED IN DECEMBER 1945 AND JANUARY 1946 FOR THE INFORMATION OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY (2 vols.; Palestine: Government Printer, [1946]).
Rare Books DS 102.95 S87 1946
Great Britain, Palestine Royal Commission, REPORT: PRESENTED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES TO PARLIAMENT BY COMMAND OF HIS MAJESTY, JULY 1937 (London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1937; reprint 1945).
Rare Books DS 126 G74 1937
Hall, Henry Noble, WHY PALESTINE? (New York, Henry Noble Hall, 1946).
Rare Books DS 141 H36 1946
Hutcheson, Joseph C., Jr., PALESTINE AND THE WESTERN WORLD [1946?]. "An Address Delivered to the Bar Association of Houston, Friday, May 31, 1946, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas". "Reprinted from The Jewish HeraldVoice, Houston, Texas".
Rare Books DS 109.93 H87 1946
Jewish Agency for Palestine, THE HISTORICAL CONNECTION OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE WITH PALESTINE (Jerusalem: Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1946). "This is a revised edition of the Memorandum submitted by the Jewish Agency for Palestine to the Palestine Royal Commission in November, 1936"--T.p. verso.
Rare Books DS 123.3 J48 1946
Jewish Agency for Palestine, THE JEWISH CASE BEFORE THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY ON PALESTINE, AS PRESENTED BY THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE: STATEMENTS AND MEMORANDA (Jerusalem: Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1947).
Rare Books DS 126.4 J49 1947
Landman, Samuel, ORIGINS OF THE BALFOUR DECLARATION: DR. HERTZ'S CONTRIBUTION (London: Edward Goldston, n.d.). "Reprinted from ESSAYS PRESENTED TO J. H. HERTZ".
Rare Books DS 125.5 L35 194u
U.S. Department of State, THE PALESTINE REFUGEE PROGRAM (Division of Publications, Office of Public Affairs, Feb. 1950). Publication 3757, Near and Middle Eastern Series 3.
Rare Books HV 640.5 A6 P34 1950
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, TWICE IN A LIFETIME (3rd ed.; n.d.). "The third edition of this publication by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees has been printed at the expense of Americans for Middle East Understanding, ... New York, ... as an expression of their concern for the refugees." - p. 56.
Rare Books DS 126.5 T94 1968
Ziff, William B., THE RAPE OF PALESTINE (New York: Argus Books, 1946).
Rare Books DS 126 Z53 1946

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Personal and Business Materials, 1853-1979, bulk 1900-1970

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L13 2 Correspondence, 1942-1970
3 J. C. Hutcheson III [Correspondence], 1950-1965
4 J. C. Hutcheson III Special File for Judge Hutcheson [Financial Materials], 1969-1971
5 Miscellaneous clippings and notes, 1959-1978, undated
6 Retirement file, 1964
7 Sons of the American Revolution, 1945-1972
8 Texas Bar Association, 1956-1969
9 University of Texas, 1947-1971
10 University of Texas Law School, 1965-1968
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L14 1 Correspondence, A-M, 1943-1968
2 Correspondence, P-W, 1943-1968
3 Ex-Students' Association, University of Texas, 1947-1968
4 Fifth Circuit Judicial Conferences, 1948-1959
5 Fifth Circuit Judicial Conferences, 1953-1957
6 Fifth Circuit Judicial Conference, 1960
7 Foundation Press, 1939-1961
8 Hutcheson, Dr. Allen C., 1927-1965, undated
9 Hutcheson, Palmer, 1939-1966
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L15 1 Banquet proceedings on Captain Hutcheson's birthday, 1922
2 Houston Chronicle clippings, 1946-1964, undated
3 Important Quotations Used by JCH, Jr., 1944-1951, undated
4 Judicial Survivors Annuity, 1950-1966
5 Payroll file, 1966-1979
6 Personal business, 1939-1964
7 Personal correspondence, 1944-1969
8 University of Texas Law School, J.C. Hutcheson, Jr. Scholarship, 1956-1966
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L16 1 Family and family-related correspondence, 1874-1961
15 Abstracts
16 Aetna Life Insurance, 1868, 1924
17 Atlantic Oil Company, 1934-1935
18 B
19 Barbee, William, 1907-1911
20 Beasley-Pruitt Land [1 of 3], 1924-1950
21 Beasley-Pruitt Land [2 of 3], 1924-1950
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L17 1 Beasley-Pruitt Land [3 of 3], 1924-1950
2 Blue Ridge Development Company, 1917-1928
3 Brown, John, 1905-1910
4 Buick, 1942-1949
5 Carrington, Kate Bates, Estate, 1903
6 Chew et al, 1911
7 Cleveland (1930), Clymer (1902), 1902-1930
8 Cohen, Sam I., 1928-1944
9 Collins, J. S., Survey, 1942
10 Corbett, Martin R., 1919-1944
11 Country Club Estates Company, 1923
12 Cypress Land, 1910-1924
13 Dabney, 1918-1923
14 Deeds, 1901-1913
15 Deeds, warranty [1 of 2], 1853-1918
16 Deeds, warranty [2 of 2], 1853-1918
17 F-G, 1949-1955
18 Ferguson Estate deed, etc., 1896-1906
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L18 1 Grimes Co. deeds, 1858-1919
2 Grout Ellen et al, 1904-1914
3 Hale Survey, 1920-1949
4 Hastings land, 1910-1949
5 Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 1929-1932
6 Home Mortgage Company, 1922-1923
7 Houston Cemetery Company shares, 1902
8 Houston Land Corporation, 1929
9 Howard Land Company, 1927-1928
10 Howe & Wise, 1925
11 H. T. & B. Railroad, 1939
12 Humble Oil & Refining Company, 1929
13 Hutcheson, 1916-1933
14 Hutcheson, Allen C., 1917-1942
15 Hutcheson, Captain, 1901-1909
16 Hutcheson, J. C., Jr., 1916-1941
17 Hutcheson, Mrs. J. C., Jr., Claim to Land in Bay County, Fla., 1887-1926
18 I.R.S. (1939); Kliff, Mrs. Mary (1904), 1904, 1939
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L19 1 M, 1902-1937
2 N, 1910-1931
3 Noland land, 1907-1913, 1939
4 Nosworthy, Caroline, 1912
5 Nosworthy Estate (Adair, 1911; Megget, 1911-1914; Mullane, 1911-1915), 1911-1915
6 Nasworthy Estate (Tad, 1913-1915; Wortham, 1911), 1911-1915
7 Oliver, John, 1912
8 O-P, 1902-1948
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L20 1 R [1 of 2], 1890-1935
2 R [2 of 2], 1890-1935
3 S, 1906-1942
4 Smith (2 folders), 1877-1902
5 Steele, A. Y., 1896-1902
6 Wm. A. Wilson Co., 1916-1918
7 Clippings, 1893-1917 and undated
8 Tributes to Captain Hutcheson, 1923-1924
9 Death Warrant of Charles Stewart, King of England [copy], 1946
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L30 17 American Bar Association Fifty Year Award
18 Packing lists for personal papers and publications, undated

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Speech and Article Materials, 1893, 1934-1961 and undated

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L16 2 Typescript draft, "Dean Wigmore's Contribution to Judging As Administration," undated
3 Typescript draft, "Essays in Jurisprudence and the Common Law, 'Determining the Ratio Dicidendi of a Case' and Others, by A. L. Goodhart: A Review," undated
4 Typescript draft, "Houston's Need of the Church," undated
5 Typescript draft, "Judging As Administration," undated
6 Typescript draft, "Lawyer's Law, and the Little Small Dice," undated
7 Typescript draft, "Preface: In Appreciation," undated
8 Typescript draft, "Quench Not the Spirit," undated
9 Typescript draft, "Render Unto Caesar," undated
10 Typescript draft, "Some Observations on Stare Decisis, Stare Dictis and the Ratio Decidendi of Decided Cases" [pp. 10-14 missing], undated
11 Typescript draft, "Stare Decisis, Res Judicata and Other Selected Essays: A Review," undated
12 Typescript draft, "The Judgement Inituitive: The Function of the 'Hunch' in Judicial Decision," undated
13 Typescript draft, "This Thing Men Call Law," undated
14 Typescript draft, "Wigmore's Principles of Judicial Proof (John H. Wigmore): A Review," undated
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L20 10 Printed JCH quote, undated [multiple copies]
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L21 1 Colored Library Houston Public Library, 1939
2 John Charles Townes Memorial, 1942
3 Erie v. Tompkins and the Doctrine of Precedent: Advance or Retreat?, Austin Future of Common Law, undated
4 Some Observations and Comparisons Between the Federal Rules of Procedure and State Rules Adopted by the Supreme Court," Texas Bar Association, undated; "The Scope and Function of Pleading Under the New Federal and Texas Rules: A Comparison" [Stayton], undated
5 Judicial Conference speech, undated
6 War and the Constitution Constitution Day Speech, undated
7 We Be of One Blood, You and I, Of One Law, One Faith, One Baptism," University of Mississippi, Southern Law Review Association [includes Oxford telephone directory], 1949 Mar. 26
8 Miscellaneous reviews and related correspondence, 1941-1942
9 Miscellaneous speech material, ca. 1941 and undated
10 Book reviews [also related corresp.], 1938-1943
11 Restraint: The Price of Freedom, Ann Arbor Law School, 1950 Apr. 28
12 Restraint: The Price of Freedom, Rotary Club Speech, 1952 May 8
13 Silver Jubilee Celebration Remarks, St. Mary's University, 1960 May 15
14 Judge Smedley Memorial, Supreme Court of Texas, 1954 Nov. 24
15 Prologue, Tulane University, 1960 Mar. 22
16 We Be Of One Blood, Southern Society of Clinical Surgeons address, 1954 Apr. 13
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L22 1 The Spirit of Liberty: Papers and Addresses of Learned Hand," review, 1952 Jul. 17
2 Texas Independence Day address, undated
3 Tucker Lectures, Washington & Lee University, 1952 Apr. 28
4 Restraint: The Price of Freedom, Tulane University, 1959 May 1
5 Erie v. Tompkins and the Doctrine of Precedent: Advance or Retreat?," undated
6 The Power in the People-Felix Morley, review, Vanderbilt Law Review, 1950 Feb.
7 Propaganda, Huntsville speech, undated
8 Quench Not the Spirit, University of Houston, commencement, 1951
9 Law As Means and the Struggle for Law: The Principle and Price of a Living Law," Vanderbilt speech, undated
10 Law, Truth and Error Grapple, University of Texas, commencement, 1941
11 Law Day Remarks, Atlanta, Ga., 1958 May 12
12 The Local Jail, Attorney General's Conference, Washington, 1934 Dec. 12
13 Man the Collaborator, Ezekiel W. Cullen Building, speech, University of Houston, 1948 May 14
14 Natural Law and the Right to Property, Notre Dame University, 1950 Dec.
15 Judge Hand, Harvard Law Record, 1961 Sept. 30
16 Houston Bar dinner, 1959 Oct. 2
17 In Praise of Judges and Judging, Washington, 1953 May
18 In Praise of Lawyers and Lawing, White Sulphur Springs, 1954 Jul. 8
19 The Judicial Power of the United States: A Sober Approach to an Intoxicating Theme," Chicago, 1958 May 6
20 Faith and the Inquiring Mind, Tulane University, 1950 June 6
21 Human Destiny- Lecomet du Nouy, review, undated
22 Declaratory Judgements, Virginia Law Review, 1937 Dec.
23 Thomas M. Kennerly: A Man of Faith," undated
24 Law and Fact in Insurance Cases, Insurance Section, American Bar Association, Chicago, 1944 Sept.
25 The Lawyer As Lawgiver, Mercer University Law Day, 1949 Oct. 14
26 Law Is a Many Splendored Thing, 11th Annual Federal Tax Clinic, University of Alabama, 1957 Sept. 7
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L23 1 Law and the Lawyer Then and Now Baylor University Law School, 1955 Nov. 4
2 "The Advocate in the Trial Court at Midcentury," University of Illinois Forum, 1956
3 Bricker Amendment, (Treaty Power), undated
4 Cardozo Symposium, 1961 Sept. 20
5 The Certified Public Accountant at Midcentury, Institute on Taxation, University of Houston, 1956 Sept. 12
6 The Court and I, Texas Law Journal, 1961 Oct. 1
7 Fourth Circuit Conference speech material, Asheville, 1959 June
8 The Faith of Our Fathers, Atlanta Lawyers Club, undated
9 Alice in Patent Land, Texas Bar Association, 1956 July 6
10 Asheville speech, undated
11 James Addison Baker Resolution, Houston Bar Association, 1941
12 Further Urgent Deficiency Bill, Captain Hutcheson, House of Representatives, 1893

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Publications by Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., 1920-1967

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L25 4 A Case for Three Judges, HARVARD LAW REVIEW 47:5 (Mar. 1934), 795-826. Annotations. [2 complete issues]
5 The Advocate in the Trial Court, in DEDICATORY PROCEEDINGS: THE LAW BUILDING (Urbana, Ill.: University of Illinois, 1956), 18-34.
6 The Advocate in the Trial Court, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW FORUM 1956:2 (Swmner 1956), 172-188. "Dedicatory Proceedings-The New Law Building." [1 complete issue]
7 The Advocate in the Trial Court, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW FORUM 1956:2 (Swmner 1956), 172-188. "Dedicatory Proceedings-The New Law Building." [1 complete issue] LAW FORUM 1956:2 (Swmner 1956), 172-188. "Dedicatory Proceedings-The New Law Building." [4 reprints]
8 CHARGE OF JOSEPH C. HUTCHESON TO THE GRAND JURY OF MARCH, 1925: REPORT OF THE GRAND JURY ON THE HARRIS COUNTY JAIL (U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, 1925).
9 Commencement Address by Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson, THE TULANIAN 23:6 (Swmner 1950), 5, 19-20. Address delivered June 6, 1950, Tulane Univesity. [2 complete issues]
10 "The Common Law of the Constitution," TEXAS LAW REVIEW 15:3 (Apr. 1937), 317-342. [2 reprints]
11 The Court and I, TEXAS BAR JOURNAL 24:11 (Dec. 22, 1961), 1109-1110, 1150-1152. Also: Leon Jaworski, "A Lifetime of Judicial Service-Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr." Cover photo of JCH Jr. [2 complete issues]
12 Dean Wigmore's Contribution to Judging as Administration," ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 29:4 (Dec. 1934), 413-421. [1 complete issue]
13 Epilogue, YALE LAW JOURNAL 71:2 (Dec. 1961). [3 reprints]
14 The Faith of Our Fathers, GEORGIA BAR JOURNAL 14:2 (Nov. 1951), 149-160. "Address delivered October 9, 1951 before Lawyers Club of Atlanta." [1 complete issue]
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L26 1 Foreword, VIRGINIA LAW REVIEW 44:3 (Apr. 1958), 315-319. [1 complete issue, 2 reprints]
2 Foreword, in THE SOUTH TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW: A HIGH GRADE NIGHT LAW SCHOOL (Houston, 1924-1925). Catalogue and calendar for 1924-1925 academic year.
3 The Glorious Uncertainty of Our Lady the Law, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN JUDICATURE SOCIETY 23:2 (Aug. 1939), 73-81. "An address delivered at the Annual meeting of the Judicature Society held in Washington, May 10, 1938. The Speaker's title included also the following: 'Stare Decisis, Stare Dictis, and the Little Small Dice to Date.'" [1 complete issue]
4 "Graham B. Smedley-The Judge," in Texas Supreme Court, MEMORIAL TO JUDGE GRAHAM B. SMEDLEY, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS, NOVEMBER 24, 1954 (West Publishing Co., 1955). "Reprinted from Texas Decisions 271-272, South Western Reporter, Second Series".
5 Holmes-Pollock Letters: The Correspondence of Mr. Justice Holmes and Sir Frederick Pollock 1874-1932" ed. by Mark De Wolfe Howe (1941) [book review], AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 27 (Sept. 1941), 549-550. [2 complete issues]
6 If Men Were Angels by Jerome Frank (1942) [book review], LAWYERS GUILD REVIEW 2:5 (Sept. 1942), 54-55. Complete issue. [2]
7 In Praise of Judges and Judging, THE ANNUAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE IOWA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION, INCLUDING THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE FIFTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING, Part II (Des Moines, Iowa, 1952), 27-34. Annotations. [2 complete issues]
8 In Praise of Lawyers and Lawing, TENNESSEE LAW REVIEW 21:1 (Dec. 1949), 20-32. "Address at the Sixty-eighth Annual Session of the Bar Association of Tennessee." "Memphis 1949". [1 complete issue]
9 Judging As Administration, Administration As Judging, TEXAS LAW REVIEW 21:1 (Nov. 1942), 1-16. "An address presented to the Administrative Law Section of the State Bar of Texas at its meeting on July 2, 3, 4, 1942, at San Antonio, Texas." [1 complete issue, 4 reprints]
10 Judging As Administration, HANDBOOK OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING (Dec. 28-30, 1933), 109-118. "Address delivered December 30, 1933, at the Thirty-First Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools." Annotations. [ 4 reprints]
11 The Judgment Intuitive-The Function of the 'Hunch' in Judicial Decisions," CORNELL LAW QUARTERLY 14:3 (Apr. 1929), 274-288. [2 complete issues]
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L27 1 The Judgment Intuitive: The Function of the 'Hunch' in Judicial Decisions," GEORGIA BAR JOURNAL 25:2 (Nov. 1962), 127-141. Originally appeared in CORNELL LAW QUARTERLY 14:3 (Apr. 1929). [1 complete issue]
2 The Judicial Power of the United States: A Sober Approach to an Intoxicating Theme," TEXAS LAW REVIEW 37:4 (Apr. 1959), 375-388. [2 reprints]
3 The Judicial Power of the United States by Robert J. Harris (1940) [book review], LOUISIANA LAW REVIEW 3:2 (Jan. 1941), 470-473. [1 complete issue]
4 LAW AND LIBERTY RECONCILED: THE PRINCIPLE OF OUR FREE SOCIETY, THE SPIRIT OF ITS LAWS (Washington and Lee University [1953?]). "The 1953 John Randolph Tucker Lectures delivered at Washington and Lee University." [2 copies]
5 Law and the Lawyer, Then and Now, MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 26:4 (Oct. 1955), 297-299. Address delivered at the Fiftieth Annual Meeting of the Mississippi State Bar, June 25, 1955. [2 complete issues]
6 Law and the Lawyer-'Then' and 'Now', BAYLOR LAW REVIEW 8:1 (Winter 1956), 26-38. "Address given at the dedication of Morrison Constitutional Hall, Baylor University School of Law, November 4, 1955." [1 complete issue, 4 reprints]
7 "The Law Do Move," HANDBOOK OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN LAW SCHOOLS AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTYFIRST ANNUAL MEETING (Dec. 28-30, 1933), 76-85. "Address delivered December 29, 1933, at the Annual Banquet of the Association of American Law Schools, Thirty-First Annual Meeting." Annotations. [8 reprints]
8 Law Is a Many Splendored Thing, THE ALABAMA LAWYER 19:2 (Apr. 1958), 146-159. Annotations. [4 reprints]
9 Lawyer's Law and the Little, Small Dice, TULANE LAW REVIEW 7:1 (Dec. 1932), 1-12. "This was an address delivered ... at the annual meeting of the American Law Institute, Washington, D.C., May 7, 1932." Annotations. [1 complete issue]
10 LOUIS DEMBITZ BRANDEIS (Houston: Anson Jones Press, 1941). Reprint of TEXAS LAW REVIEW 20:1 (Nov. 1941), 1-3. [4 reprints]
11 The Man McMurray, CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 28:5 (July 1940), 557-559. [1 complete issue]
12 THE MARCH OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION: CONSTITUTION DAY ADDRESS, HOUSTON, SEPTEMBER 17, 1933 (n.p., n.d.). [3 copies]
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L28 1 My Philosophy of Law: Credos of 16 American Scholars (1941) [book review], YALE LAW JOURNAL 51:3 (Jan. 1942), 523-526. [2 complete issues]
2 The Natural Law and the Right to Property, NOTRE DAME LAWYER 26:4 (Summer 1951), 640-663. "This article originally was an address delivered December 8, 1950, at the Fourth Annual Natural Law Institute at the University of Notre Dame." [1 complete issue, 2 reprints]
3 "NEW INSTRUMENTS OF PUBLIC POWER": OR, THE ADMINISTRO-JUDICIAL PROCESS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR THE SUPREMACY OF LAW [State Bar of California, 1946?]. "An Address delivered September 26, 1946 on the Alexander F. Morrison Lectureship Foundation at the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California in Coronado, California." Annotations. [4 copies]
4 Observations on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and State Rules Adopted by the Supreme Court," AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 27 (Oct. 1941), 594-595. "Excerpts from an address at the 'Open Forum,' Texas Bar Association, July 3, 1941." [2 complete issues]
5 Order in the Court by John c. Knox (1943) [book review], LAWYERS GUILD REVIEW 3:6 (Nov.-Dec. 1943), 58-60. [1 complete issue]
6 PALESTINE AND THE WESTERN WORLD [1946?]. "An Address Delivered to the Bar Association of Houston, Friday, May 31, 1946, Rice Hotel, Houston, Texas". "Reprinted from The Jewish Herald-Voice, Houston, Texas". [4 copies]
7 The Principle and Price of a Living Law, WASHINGTON AND LEE LAW REVIEW 10:2 (1953), 147-160. "The final lecture of the fifth annual John Randolph Tucker Lectures delivered by Judge Hutcheson before the School of Law of Washington and Lee University on April 28 and 29, 1952." [1 complete issue, 4 reprints]
8 Public Policy ed. by Carl J. Friedrich and Edward S. Mason (1942) [book review], AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 28 (Dec. 1942), 848-849. [2 complete issues]
9 Relativity, THE RICE INSTITUTE PAMPHLET 7:3 (July 1920), 168-180. "Address delivered ... at the fifth commencement convocation of the Rice Institute, held Monday morning, June 7, 1920, at nine o'clock." Annotations. [3 complete issues]
10 RESTRAINT: THE PRICE OF FREEDOM (Houston: Herbert C. May Company for the Rotary Club of Houston, [1952?]). "Delivered at the Rotary Club Luncheon, Thursday, May 8, 1952". Annotations.
11 RESTRAINT: THE PRICE OF FREEDOM (n.p., n.d.). "An address delivered at the twenty-second Founder's Day Dinner of the Lawyers Club of the University of Michigan held at the Club in Ann Arbor on April 28th, 1950." [4 copies]
12 [RESTRAINT: THE PRICE OF FREEDOM.] TWENTY-SECOND FOUNDER'S DAY DINNER, HELD AT THE LAWYERS CLUB, APRIL 28, 1950 (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan [1950?]). "Restraint, The Price of Freedom: The Principle of Democracy in America, The Spirit of the Constitution and Laws." [4 copies]
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L29 1 SEPARATION OF POWERS AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW [Houston, 1936?]. "An address delivered before the National Shorthand Reporters Association at Houston, Texas, August, 1936." Annotations. [4 copies]
2 Some Observations on Stare Decisis, Stare Dictis, and the Ratio Decidendi of Decided Cases," REPORT OF THE LOUISIANA STATE BAR ASSOCIATION FOR 1932: WITH PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL MEETING HELD IN NEW ORLEANS ... APRIL 29TH AND 30TH, 1932 32 (Sept. 1932), 17-32. [2 complete issues]
3 A Symposium on Federal Jurisdiction and Procedure: Foreword," VANDERBILT LAW REVIEW 7:4 (June 1954), 441-444. Annotations. [1 complete issue, 3 reprints]
4 THERE IS A SPIRIT IN MAN (Chicago: The Foundation Press [1931?]). "The 1931 Conunencement Address, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas". [1 original, 3 photocopies]
5 This Thing Men Call Law, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 2:1 (Dec. 1934), 1-13. Annotations. [1 reprint]
6 We Be of One Blood, You and I, of One Law, One Faith, One Baptism," MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 20:3 (May 1949), 284-295. "Address delivered at the annual dinner of the Southern Law Review Conference, at the University of Mississippi, March 26, 1949." [2 complete issues]
7 WE MARCH BUT WE REMEMBER (Houston: Anson Jones Press, 1941). [2 copies, inc. 1 with inscription]
8 WE MARCH BUT WE REMEMBER (Houston: The Anson Jones Press, 1941; reprint 1967, Alpha Law Brief Co., Houston).
9 The Worm Turns, or a Judge Tries Teaching, ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 27:4 (Dec. 1932), 355-362. [1 complete issue]

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Publications About Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., 1934-1965

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L29 10 Armstrong, Walter P., "Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr.: Chief Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit," AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION JOURNAL 35:7 (July 1949). [2 complete issues, 2 reprints]
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L30 1 Bloch, Charles J., "Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr.," GEORGIA BAR JOURNAL 23:2 (Nov. 1960), 151-170. [2 complete issues]
2 Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr., TEXAS BAR JOURNAL 15:2 (Feb. 1952), 50. Cover photo of JCH Jr. [2 complete issues]
3 "Judge Hutcheson to Retire," TEXAS BAR JOURNAL 28:1 (Jan. 22, 1965), 7. Cover photo of JCH Jr. [2 complete issues)
4 Leslie, George R., Sr., "Judges of the Court of Appeals," THE ALABAMA LAWYER 15:4 (Oct. 1954) and 19:3 (July 1958). [1 reprint]
5 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 38:2 (Dec. 1959). Dedicated to JCH Jr., with articles by John R. Brown and Harrison Tweed. [1 complete issue]
6 U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. PROCEEDINGS UPON THE OCCASION OF THE PRESENTATION OF THE PORTRAIT OF JUDGE JOSEPH C. HUTCHESON, JR. ON BEHALF OF THE HOUSTON BAR ASSOCIATION, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 17, 1934, 10 A.M. (n.p., n.d.).

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General Publications, 1907-1970

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L30 7 ANNUAL CIRCULAR LETTER OF VIRGINIA OMICRON OF SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON (Charlottesville, Va., 1907).
8 Black, Charles L., Jr., "Is the State of Georgia in the Fifth Circuit?", YALE LAW JOURNAL 81:1 (Nov. 1971), 30-33; "The Unfinished Business of the Warren Court," WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 46:1 (Oct. 1970). "The Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Lectures. Delivered at the University of Washington School of Law, 1970." [reprints]
9 Handler, Philip, THE UNIVERSITY IN A WORLD IN TRANSITION (University of Virginia, Sesquicentennial Convocation, Oct. 21, 1969) .
10 HARVARD LAW REVIEW 52:3 (Jan. 1939). "This issue is dedicated to Mr. Justice Cardozo ... ". Card: "With the compliments of Felix Frankfurter".
11 THE LITTLEFIELD HOME (University of Texas System Development Board, n.d.).
12 Shannon, Edgar F., Jr., THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA: A CENTURY AND A HALF OF INNOVATION (New York: The Newcomen Society in North America, 1969). "This Newcomen Address ... was delivered at a National Meeting of The Newcomen Society in North America, held at New York City, ... January 23, 1969." Presented by author.
13 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, LOCAL RULES SUPPLEMENTING THE FEDERAL RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE, ADOPTED APRIL 16, 1968, EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1968 (West Publishing Co., [1969?]).
14 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, RULES OF THE U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT (St. Paul: West Publishing Co., 1966).
15 U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT 69:24 (Dec. 14, 1970). "Exclusive Interview with Chief Justice Burger", p. 32.
16 U.S. Supreme Court, INSTALLATION OF WARREN E. BURGER, CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE UNITED STATES (Aug. 1969).

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General Publications (transferred to Rare Book Collection)

Eggleston, John W., "Judge Paul Carrington: An Address Delivered at the Dedication of a Memorial to Him at Mulberry Hill in Charlotte County on June 26th, 1954 I by Justice John W. Eggleston of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia." Bound typescript.
Rare Books KF 363 C37 E33 1954
THE JUDGES OF THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIFTH CIRCUIT AND OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS FOR THE EASTERN & WESTERN DISTRICTS OF LOUISIANA ([New Orleans?:] New Orleans Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Oct. 12, 1967). Cover title: "The Federal Judges of Louisiana and of the Fifth Circuit."
Rare Books KF 8775 Z9 J823 1967

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