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Collection Summary

Historical Background

Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

University Work and Academic Affiliations

Government Work and New Deal Administration

Case Files and Legal Career

Manuscripts and Drafts

Printed Materials and Essays

Personal and Professional Correspondence

Miscellany

University of Texas, Tarlton Law Library

Guide to the Walton H. Hamilton Papers, 1897-1958



Collection Summary

Creator: Hamilton, Walton Hale, 1881-1958
Title: Walton H. Hamilton Papers
Dates: 1897-1958
Abstract: The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, lectures, printed materials, legal briefs, outlines, student papers, notes, court transcripts, literary productions, and photographs that reflect the personal and professional activities of Walton Hale Hamilton as a professor of economics and law, practicing attorney with Arnold, Fortas, and Porter, civil servant, and author.
Size: 30.4 linear feet (77 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

Walton Hale Hamilton was born at Hiwassee College, Tennessee on October 30, 1881. In 1907, Hamilton received his B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, followed by a PhD obtained at the University of Michigan in 1913. Following his academic career, Hamilton enjoyed a successful period as a professor of economics at the University of Michigan (1910-1914), University of Chicago (1914-1915), Amherst College (1915-1923), and the Robert Brookings Graduate School (1923-1928), ultimately becoming a professor of law at Yale University (1928-1948).

A prolific actor in the New Deal administration, Hamilton worked with the National Recovery Administration Board (1938-1935), served as U.S. delegate to the International Labor Conference, Geneva (1935), and served as U.S. special assistant to the U.S. Attorney General (1938-1945). It was during this time that Hamilton extended his work to include memberships on the Committee on the Costs of Medical Care (1930) and the Committee on Research in Medical Economics (1938).

In 1948, Hamilton left academia to join the firm of Arnold, Fortas, & Porter (now Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP). Hamilton successfully merged his acumen as an economist with legal practice here, though never formally studied law. As an attorney and as a legal scholar, he emphasized a liberal school of legal analysis, stressing the need to view economics, law, and political science in relation to one another rather than distinct entities.

In all his professions, Hamilton remained a productive author, and wrote extensively on the relationship between the law and economics, patent law, legal realism, wages, and the interplay of government control and industry, among other topics. Many of the works written and co-written by Walton Hamilton are included in this collection.

Walton Hamilton passed away on October 27, 1958 at the age of seventy-seven. At the time of his death, Hamilton was survived by his wife, Irene Till, and his six children.

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Contents of the Collection

The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, lectures, printed materials, legal briefs, outlines, student papers, notes, court transcripts, literary productions, and photographs related to Walton Hamilton’s personal and professional activities. The papers are arranged into seven broad series, outlining Hamilton’s wide-ranging professional pursuits, as well as his professional and personal network.

The first series, University Work and Academic Affiliations, concerns university/academia-related materials. Materials include student exams, essays, course outlines, speeches, and lectures from Hamilton’s work as a professor of law and economics. The bulk of these materials relate to his twenty-year tenure as a professor of law at Yale University, though there are significant holdings from Hamilton’s career at Amherst College, The Robert Brookings Graduate School (now the Brookings Institution), and Swarthmore College.

The second series, Government Work and New Deal Administration, contains materials from Hamilton’s work with the federal government, as well as government issued reports, memorandums, and industry analyses. A significant number of papers in this series are drawn from Hamilton’s work with Department of Justice’s antitrust division. Contained also are copious reports and marketing agreements coordinated across several industries as they underwent the process of recovery during the latter years of the Great Depression.

The third series, Case Files and Legal Career, is populated by materials drawn from Hamilton’s legal career. Ostensibly, this series is composed of case files, including briefs, petitions, complaints, and dissents in several antitrust lawsuits heard in the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. district, and U.S. appellate courts. However, there are also modest holdings from Hamilton’s career with Arnold, Fortas, and Porter.

The fourth series, Manuscripts and Drafts, consists of the original works of Walton Hamilton, following the early stages of the drafting process to the completed publications. Materials include personal notes, handwritten essay drafts, annotated manuscripts and typescripts, and bound publications. Researchers may find this series of particular series as it represents the full scope and diversity of Hamilton’s print career and scholarly interests.

The fifth, and most populous, series in the collection consists of Printed Materials and Essays. This series has both annotated and clean publications, composed of materials sent to Walton Hamilton by personal relations and professional colleagues, as well as publications collected by Hamilton himself. The subjects covered are diverse, however, many pamphlets center around social control of business, the bituminous coal industry, patents, cartels, price-fixing, antitrust laws and limitations, wage and price controls, the economics of medicine, the U.S. Supreme Court, and academic freedom.

The sixth series consists of Walton Hamilton’s Personal and Professional Correspondence. Hamilton’s professional correspondence reveals the great extent to which Hamilton’s work traveled off campus and into government, medical economics, and the law. Personal correspondence includes friendly exchanges between colleagues, family messages (including letters of condolence sent to Irene Till in the wake of Walton Hamilton’s passing), and personal papers.

The seventh, and smallest, series is composed of Miscellany retrieved from Hamilton’s personal and professional papers. Miscellany includes patent applications of E.H. Armstrong, the developer of FM Radio, an unidentifiable note on labor legislation, and a small file of unlabeled photographs.

All series are organized chronologically internally by the dates represented by the folder contents.

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Arrangement of the Collection

University Work and Academic Affiliations (1884-1955)
Government Work and New Deal Administration (1910-1954)
Case Files and Legal Career (1915-1958)
Manuscripts and Drafts (1911-1956)
Printed Materials and Essays (1896-1957)
Personal and Professional Correspondence (1923-1958)
Miscellaneous Materials (1890-1952)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open to researchers but is stored off-site. Advance notice is required to access the materials. Please contact Special Collections for more information.

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)
Hamilton, Walton Hale, 1881-1958.
Subjects (Organizations)
Arnold, Fortas, and Porter.
Amherst College.
Committee on Research in Medical Economics.
Committee on the Costs of Medical Care.
Federal Trade Commission.
Office of the U.S. Attorney General.
Robert S. Brookings Graduate School.
Swarthmore College.
The University of Michigan.
U.S. Appellate Courts.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
U.S. Department of Justice.
U.S. Department of War.
U.S. District Court.
U.S. Supreme Court.
Yale University School of Law.
Subjects
University of Texas. -- Alumni.
Places
New Haven (Conn.)
Washington, D.C.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Walton H. Hamilton Papers, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

Reprocessed by Katy Telling, 2017.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

University Work and Academic Affiliations

box folder
1 1 The Princeton Review, July-Dec. 1884
Literary, The Vanderbilt Observer, 1902-1905
The Acorn (Literary Magazine of Meredith College, Raleigh, N.C.), February 1911
The Fortnightly, September 25, 1931
Webb School in Celebration of its 75th Birthday, 1945
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Law Quarterly, September 1947
Ohio’s New Oil Supplies, L.C. Karrick, Annual Convention of Ohio Society of Professional Engineers, March 20, 1947
2 Copies of letters of recommendation for Walton Hamilton from various universities, 1902-1904
Economic courses examination questions, 1905-1916
Letter of job offer to Walton Hamilton to become Instructor of Economics at the University of Michigan, June 21, 1910
3 Course material, “The Tariff Question, Exercise, Questions, and Problems,” The University of Michigan, 1910-1911
Course material, “Problems in Elementary Economics,” The University of Michigan,” 1910-1911
Readings for Course 2 in Political Economy, arranged by H. S. Small, 1910-1911
Student paper, “The Industrial Conspiracy, The War Time Aspect of Our Economy,” by Leon Solis-Cohn, Jr., 1942
Essay, “The Separate Graduate School,” undated
4 “Economic Materials” file, containing school-related papers, 1910-1915
5 Economic courses material, 1910-1925
6 Course material, “The Theory of Value,” University of Chicago, 1911-1914
Course material, “An Introduction to Social and Economic Problems,” by WHH and Clarence E. Ayres, Amherst College, 1916
7 Readings in Course 2 Political Economy, arr. By H.S. Smalley, 1912
Final Examination in Political Economy II, Spring 1915
8 8. “The Mediavel Ideal of Authoritative Control, A Study in the Relations of Social Values & Industrial Development,” WHH, University of Michigan, 1913
9 Textbook, “Readings in Current Economic Problems,” WHH, Ann Arbor, 1913
10 Amherst College material, 1915-1924
11 Miscellaneous materials including typescript essays, printed brochures, course outlines, etc., 1916-1919
box folder
2 1 “An Introduction to Social and Economic Problems,” by Walton H. Hamilton and Clarence E. Ayres, Amherst College, 1916
Reading Assignments in Economics 5,6, Labor in Industrial Society, Amherst College, 1919-1920
Course materials on “The Labor Problem,” 1920
Course materials on “Systems of Wage Payment,” 1921
“Mlle’s College,” conference on scholarship in the war society
2 “A Numerical Study of Dissenting Opinion in The United States Supreme Court, 1916-1921,” 1920
3 Outline entitled “The Economic Order,” 1922
Public Control of Business I class, student papers, 1946
Essays, “The Art of Mr. Justice Brandeis,” Untitled, concerns business, antitrust, and judicial control of industry, undated
4 “The Labor Problem,” course material, The Robert Brookings Graduate School of Economics and Government, 1924-1925
“The Brookings Ventures in Washington,” memorandum, 1927
Speech by WHH at Kenyon College, 1947
“Presentation of the Government’s Evidence in the American Medical Association Case,” essay, undated
5 Essays, “The Bituminous Coal Industry,” 1924
“The Competitive Order,” concerns coal, 1924
File labeled “Projects” concerns Yale Law School, 1930-1931
6 Modern Economic Organization Material, 1925
7 Robert Brookings Graduate School examination questions, 1925-1928
8 Examination questions, Robert Brookings Graduate School, 1925-1928
Yale University School of Law, 1928-1929
9 Robert Brookings Graduate School of Economics and Government, Statement of Courses of Study and Methods of Instruction and Report to Trustees, 1926-1927
Letter from London School of Economics, 1928
School correspondence, 1928
10 “Judicial Control of Industrial Activity,” March 6, 1928
Honors examinations for American Constitutional History, Swarthmore College, 1928
“The Supreme Court and the Economic Order,” course materials and examination, 1928-1929
Information for Honors Examiners, Swarthmore College, May 22, 1929
“An Analysis of the Problem of Combinations of Business,” undated
box folder
3 1 “Report of the Chairman of the Faculty,” Robert Brookings Graduate School of Economics and Government, April 30, 1926
“The Public Control of Business I,” questions for class examination, 1938
“The Public Control of Business I,” questions for examination, 1940
Class examination questions, incomplete, no cover sheet, undated
2 Constitutional Law course material and notes, 1927-1928
3 The New Student with a marked article Sense on “lectures” and “Discussion” by William Orton, February 2, 1927
The Yale Law Review, A National Quarterly, containing a book review by WHH of Egon Friendell’s A Cultural History of the Modern Age, vols. I and II, trans. By Francis Atkinson, Winter 1932
4 Yale University School of Law material, 1929
5 Experimental College, freshman assignment, September 25, 1929
General Examination of Miss Idella Gwatkin, June 8, 1929
“The Definition of Price,” by John R. Commons, January 1930
“Evaluating Institutions as a Factor in Economic Change,” by John R. Commons, February 1930
“Document 46 - Annual Report of the Experimental College,” June 1930
“Unemployment, the Cause and its Cure,” by David Diamond,” June 7, 1930
“A Functional Organization of Faculty Forces,” University of Wisconsin,” undated
“Basic Science and the Practice of Medicine,” Academy of Medicine, undated
Memorandum entitled, “The United States Supreme Court and the Doctrine of the Separation of Powers,” no author, undated
6 “Economics of Control and Power,” course material, 1929
7 Yale University School of Law final examinations, 1929-1930
Yale University School of Law final examinations, 1930-1931
Yale University School of Law final examinations, 1931-1932
Yale University School of Law final examinations, 1932-1933
Yale University School of Law Mid-Year examinations, 1932
8 Yale Law Journal, February 1930
Connecticut Bar Journal, June, 1950
Connecticut Bar Journal, September, 1950
9 Ruth Cook typescript essay, 1932
10 Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Science, May, 1933
Georgetown L.J. (article Judgments of the Supreme Court by a Majority of One, underlined in index), May, 1936
11 Transcript of the lectures delivered by WHH before the Institute of the Cleveland Bar Association, 1934
12 Journal of Adult Education, October, 1934
Columbia Law Review, June 1942
Minnesota Law Review, February 1950
Minnesota Law Review (with article entitled Antitrust & The New Economics by Lee Loevinger underlined), June 1953
13 Yale University School of Law final examination, 1937-1938
Yale University School of Law mid-year examination, 1939
14 Law of Property class notes, 1938
15 File marked “Procedure” containing outlines and notes, 1938
“Fair and Effective Use of Present Antitrust Procedure,” an address by Thurman Arnold, Assistant Attorney General of the United States, 1938
box folder
4 1 Examination questions for The Public Control of Business I course, 1938-1940
2 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, April 1938
University of Pennsylvania Law Review, June 1951
3 The Public Control of Business course material, 1939-1940
4 Notes for law school lectures, 1939-1940
Personal and litigation cases newspaper clippings
5 Yale University School of Law material, 1940-1941
6 Student paper, “The Lessons of Carbolov,” 1942
“A Gloss on the Atlantic Charter,” by Herbert L. Sultan, 1942
“Art—A Unique Industry: A Clinical Report,” by Richard Stephen White, 1942
“The Legislative Aspects of Executive Orders,” by Kurt Hallgarten, 1942
Brief on England, or The Tale of the Sleeping Beauty with the Grasping Hands, by Jean Caplan, September 1942
File labeled “Caveat Emptor,” contains footnotes, undated
7 Student paper, “Good Neighbor Policy Goes to War,” by Frank J. Coyle, 1942
Outline entitled “Constitutional Law,” undated
Outline entitled “The Theory of Value,” undated
Essay, “II-C - On Disentangling the Issue,” concerns bituminous coal, undated
Essay, “4-A - The Barriers Against Order,” undated
Affidavit of E.H. Armstrong, undated
8 “Some Remarks on Morale,” by Charles Black, Legal Aspects of the War Economy, September 26, 1942
Essay outlines, undated
9 Student papers from Legal Aspects of the War Economy seminar, 1942-1943
10 Student papers from Legal Aspects of the War Economy seminar cont., 1942-1943
11 Course material, “Public Control of Business I,” 1945
A List of Books for Prospective Law Students now in Service Prepared by a Committee of the Faculty of Harvard Law School, 1945
Letter from the president of Export-Import Bank of Washington to Senator Pepper, 1945
“What is a Patent?”, undated
“The Patent and the Invention,” undated
Miscellaneous on dairy patents
“The Honorable the Chief Justice (Stone)” essay, undated
12 The Scope of the Employee-Employer Relationship, student essay by Milton M. Gottesman, 1947
“Old Answers to New Questions in Copyright Law,” May 28, 1947
The Universal Oil Products Company and its Place in the Patents Field, by F. B. Finkenstaedt, October 1, 1947
13 University of Chicago Law Review, February 1947
University of Chicago Law Review (Politics & The Constitution by W.W. Crosskey & Symposium, including an article by WHH entitled The Constitution - Apropos of Crosskey), Autumn, 1953
University of Chicago Law Review, 1955
14 2 Judicial Techniques & Mr. Justice Frankfurter, student paper by E. J. Becker, 1948
15 Elise M. Quinlan student paper, entitled “Literary Property and Freedom of Contract,” for the Law and the Arts, Public Control II, 1948
Indiana University School of Law, Constitutional Law, 1948-1949
16 Economic Theory Course outlines, 1951
17 Economic Theory course, student papers, 1951
18 Economic Theory course student papers and notes, 1951-1952
box folder
5 1 Economic Theory course student papers and notes, 1951-1952
2 Social Economics course material and student papers, 1952
3 Social Economics class, student papers, 1952
4 Social Economics class, student papers, 1952
5 File marked “WH - College of William and Mary,” Concerning Honorarium for Marshall Wythe Symposium, 1953-1958
File marked “Cornell University - Lecture on Veblen,” File contains galleys and carbons of the manuscript and correspondence with the publisher/Veblen - Then and Now by Walton Hamilton
File marked “WH- Brandeis University,” Contains correspondence concerning Mr. W. H. Hamilton’s visit to the Brandeis campus for the Brandeis Centennial Year Activity. Copy of Chief Justice Earl Warren Speech. Copy of President Eisenhower speech.
Correspondence by W.H. Hamilton proposal (to Brandeis) for the creation of a program to publish a “series of classics for our own day.”
File marked “W.H. Bibliography”
6 “Michigan Law School Lectures,” 1955
7 Numbered 5x3 cards part of the package which contained the William W. Cook Foundation Lectures, 1955
8 Five lectures delivered on the William W. Cook Foundation at the University of Michigan by Walton Hamilton, March 1955
The Politics of Industry: Separation of State and Economy
The Politics of Industry: Regulation and Counter-Revolution
The Politics of Industry: Return of the Honorable Company
The Politics of Industry: The Impact on the Political Frontier
The Politics of Industry: Empires and the Clash of Loyalties
9 Papers, selections, & research topics (by Clarence E. Ayres, J.M. Clark, Charles H. Cooley, Wesley Mitchell, Thorstein Veblen & Sidney Webb) for economics course outline, undated
Essay entitled “The Patent Monopoly and the Use of Agencies for Retail Price Manufacture,” by R. G. Clark, Jr., undated
10 Examination questions, incomplete set, undated
11 Essays and Outlines on Economics, undated
The Economic Order
The Art of Economics
The Nature of the Economic Order
The Art of Economics
The Agony of Thought
The Matter of Explanation
12 Outlines and Problems dealing with economics, undated
Outlines of the Theory of Value
Problems in Elementary Economics
The Industrial Revolution
General Economics
American Economic History
Economics 1A Problems 1910
The Problems of Population
Welfare State
13 The Pecuniary Basic of Economic Organization (Introductory Questions)
Progress Report on study Requested by the late Senator Charles W. Tokey, Chairman, Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
Memorandum/Armstrong License Agreements
No title, Brief or Memorandum on Armstrong
Outlines, Essays, Materials entitled The Economic Order III

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Government Work and New Deal Administration

box folder
6 1 Memorandum on complaint issued against Tarpon Springs Sponge Exchange, Inc., 1936
Memorandum re: Pullman Standard Car Manufacturing Co., 1948
Letters with attachments re: national food, drug, and cosmetic law, 1948
Memorandum re: “Skip Trace” cases, undated
2 “Brief Statement of the Conclusions & Recommendations of the Immigration Commission, with views of the minority,” 1910
“Brief Statement of the Conclusions & Recommendations of the Immigration Commission, with views ot the minority,” 1911
“The Reorganization of Congress,” A Report of the Committee on Congress of the American Political Science Association, Washington, 1945
United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Adjustment Administration Marketing Agreement Series with License Series
Marketing Agreement & License for Cling Peaches Canned in the State of California, 1933
Marketing Agreement for Milk - Philadelphia Milk Shed; Philadelphia Milk Shed & Milk Regulations
Marketing Agreement for Milk- Detroit Milk Shed; License for Milk - Detroit Milk Shed
Marketing Agreement and License for Milk - Twin City Area
Marketing Agreement & License for Fresh California Deciduous Tree Fruits except Apples
Marketing Agreement for Evaporated Milk
Marketing Agreement for Dry Skim Milk
Marketing Agreement and License for Milk - Baltimore Area
Marketing Agreement for California Rice Industry
Marketing Agreement & License for Milk, Knoxville, TN Production Area
Marketing Agreement for Disposal of North Pacific Wheat Surplus
Marketing Agreement for Flue-Cured Tobacco
Marketing Agreement & License for Milk - Des Moines Area
Marketing Agreement & License for Milk - Greater Boston Market
Marketing Agreement & License for Milk - Almeda County (Calif.) Milk Shed
Marketing Agreement & License for Milk - St. Louis Production Area
Marketing Agreement for the Alcoholic Beverages Importing Industry; License for the Importers of Alcoholic Beverages
Marketing Agreement & License for California Ripe Olive Canning Industry
Marketing Agreement for the Distilled Spirits Industry ; License for the Distilled Spirits Industry
3 Preliminary Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Taxation of the State of Michigan, 1911
Record of the Proceedings in Congress Relating to the First Patent and Copyright Laws, May 1940
Public Statement of Grounds for Action, U.S. v. The American Tobacco Company, et al., Department of Justice, Division of Enforcement of Antitrust Laws, Information Alleging Violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act, 1940
Before the Securities and Exchange Commission of the U.S. in the matter of National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc., January 29, 1944
Brief for Plaintiff-Appellee, Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co. v. Alpine MacGregor, Supreme Court of PA, Western District, March 1945
Background and Early History Atomic Bomb Project in Relation to President Roosevelt, Opening Statement by Alexander Sachs, November 27, 1945
4 “The Origin and Development of Existing Industrial Institutions,” 1911
“Industry and Politics,” by Sir Alfred Mond on international cartels, typescript, 1929
Draft Outline entitled “Problems of International Industrial Combinations, Agenda for Working Subcommittee,” 1943
Memorandum with attachments concerning the Pullman Company, 1945
“Spot Pictures,” outline, typescript,
Bell Telephone, TNEC Report: first draft, by Boris Bittker, typescript,
5 Program Historical Association, 53rd Annual Meeting, December 1938
“Appraisal of ‘Fair Trade’ and ‘Unfair Practice’ Acts, Corwin D. Edwards, December 27, 1939
Papers & Proceedings National Conference on Labor Health Services, June 16-17, 1958
Federal Reporter, Hitch & Coke Co. v. Mitchell et al., 1912
Hillside, A Center for Experiment and Training in Economic Research, conducted by The National Bureau of Economic Research, 1941
7 “The Urgent Need for Industrial Peace,” Industrial Betterment Advocate, February 1, 1915
Memoranda to Mr. Frankfurter on the problem of the transition to peace and production after the war, 1918
8 “Reduction in Prices through the Elimination of Industrial Waste” by Herbert Hoover, an extract from the 13th Annual Report of the Secretary of Commerce, 1925
“Bakery Combines & Profits,” A letter from the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, February 9, 1927
“Newsprint Paper Industry,” Letter from the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission (71st Congress, Senate Judiciary Committee), July 8, 1930
“Conditions in the Flour-Milling Business,” Letter from the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, 1932
Investigations ordered under provisions of section 336, Tariff Act of 1930, United States Tariff Commission, 1939
Monograph of the Attorney General’s committee on Administrative Procedure (for 76th Congress) entitled Administrative Procedure in Government Agencies, Part 6, Federal Trade Commission, 1940
“Technological Mobilization,” Hearings before a Subcommittee on the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate (77th Congress), a bill to establish an office of technological mobilization and for other purposes, 1942
“Surplus Property Disposal,” Conference Report (78th Congress), September 14, 1944
Aviation - Gasoline Plants & Facilities, Report of the Surplus Property Administration to the Congress, January 14, 1946
“Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946,” (79th Congress), May 31, 1946
“Transportation Program for Small Business” Report of the Transportation Subcommittee to the Special Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business (79th Congress), September 16, 1946
Study of the Subcommittee on Patents, Trademark, & Copyrights of the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate (85th Congress), 1958
9 A Larger Program for the Miner’s Union, by John Brophy, 1926
“The Brookings Ventures at Washington,” A memorandum prepared for Mr. Abraham Flexner, June 1927
Reports on Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Yugoslavia, Latvia, Hungary, Norway, and Romania dealing with cartels, 1926-1942
Petition submitted by Attorney General Tom C. Clark wherein Paramount Pictures, Inc. is a defendant in an antitrust action, incomplete, 1945
10 “The Illusion of Final Authority,” by Mary P. Follett, Bulletin of the Taylor Society: An International Society to Promote the Science and the Art of Administration and of Management,” December 1926
“The Brookings Ventures at Washington,” Memorandum Prepared for Mr. Abraham Flexner, June 1927
Transcript of Testimony of Dr. Theodore J. Kreps on Cartels before the Temporary National Economic Committee, January 15, 1940
U.S. Department of Commerce, statement of Charles Sawyer, September 21, 1948
“The Government Assumes an Obligation,” undated
11 “The Cycle of Governmental Regulation,” an Address delivered by William J. Donovan, The Assistant to the Attorney General at the Preorganization DInner of the State Bar of California, November 17, 1929
Conference on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home, October 16-17, 1928
The Institute for the Study of Law, The Johns Hopkins University, a confidential proof of program report, 1929
Article by WHH reprinted from Survey Graphic, “Consumers’ Interest in Price-fixing,” February 1934
Supplementary Report to The President by the Emergency Board, December 5, 1941
Brief for the Bituminous Coal Consumer’s Counsel, March 16, 1942
Senate and House bills concerning patents and copyrights, 1947-1948
Social and Economic Institutions, Amherst College, course material, 1942
12 Transcript of Chief Justice Hughes before the Patent Law Association, February 14, 1929
Memorandum re, National Dairy Products, 1929
Letter, memorandum, and agreement re, E. H. Armstrong, 1930-1944
Complaint in U.S. v. The Associated Press, undated
13 File labeled Consumer’s Project, U.S. Department of Labor
The Art of Economics
box folder
7 1 Minutes of Meetings - The Industrial Alcohol Institute, December 20, 1929- January 13, 1932
2 Committee on Medical Research in Medical Economics correspondence and general material, 1931, 1932, 1938
3 The cost of medical care material, 1932
File on cost accounting claim, Department of Labor, 1935
“The Price of a Tube of Toothpaste,” “The Price of a Can of Peaches,” essay, 1937
Department of Justice correspondence and material, 1938-1940
Memorandum entitled “Frequency Modulation,” concerns E. H. Armstrong and FM, 1941
Poems and quotes by W. S. Gilbert, undated
4 “The Problem of Antitrust Reform,” essay, 1932
Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation letter, 1934
Certification of incorporation of The Institute of Legal Studies, 1945
Russellville Canning Co. v. American Can Company complaint, 1946
Galleys, paper on “Constitution,” undated
“Principles of Multilateral Agreement Between the United Nations Relating to the Protection of Industrial Markets Against Private Monopoly Powers” outline, undated
“Radio,” undated
“Submarine Cable” essay and outline, undated
“In re, Patent Situation Regarding Loaded Submarine Cables” essay and memoranda, undated
“International Collaboration by Economic Combines” essay by Frederick Haussman, undated
Incomplete essay concerning cartels and post-war Germany, undated
Preliminary memorandum entitled “Suggested Policy Towards the International Patent Cartels” for Mr. Terril, State Department, undated
“An Act to Regulate Interstate and Foreign Commerce,” undated
Price-policy notes, undated
“A Proposal for an Inquiry into the Breach between the National State and the Expanding Economy” report, undated
5 Joint Resolution 173 to provide for a congressional inquiry into the economic action of the antitrust laws, Mr. Walsh, June 8, 1932
Senate Bill to Stabilize the Coal Mining Industry, April 15, 1933
Biddle Purchasing Co. v. FTC, Second Circuit Opinion, May 2, 1938
Complaint in the matter of Wheeling Tile Co., August 23, 1938
Complaint in the matter of Architectural Tilling Co., August 24, 1938
Complaint in the matter of National Tile Co. Inc., August 24, 1938
Annual Report of the President of Reed College to the Trustees and Regents, November 16, 1939
Senate Bill 3577 to provide for the settlement and development of Alaska, by Mr. King, March 13, 1940
Senate Bill 2303 to provide for the use of patents in the interest of national defense by Mr. O’Mahoney, Bone, La Follette, February 23, 1942
House Resolution 3490 to provide for increasing the lending authority of the Export-Import Bank, Mr. Spence, June 18, 1945
“Perspectives on the Patent Problem” by Jorge Roberto Hayzus for Patents Seminar taught by WHH, 1946
Trade Regulations, Significant Developments in the Law, April 25, 1946
Patent Office description and History from Federal Register, September 11, 1946
House Resolution 5248 to declare the national policy regarding the test for determining invention, February 2, 1948
6 License for Milk - Chicago milkshed, July 28, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Imported Date Packing Industry, November 11, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Southern Rice Milling Industry, November 21, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Distilled Spirits Industry, November 26, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Alcoholic Beverages Importing Industry, December 2, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Brewing Industry, December 4, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Alcoholic Beverage Wholesale Industry, December 9, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Distilled Spirits Rectifying Industry, December 9, 1933
Marketing Agreement for Citrus Fruits Grown in the State of Florida and License for Shippers of Citrus Fruits Grown in the State of Florida, including a National Stabilization Plan, December 14, 1933
Marketing Agreement and License for Milk - San Diego Milk Shed, December 15, 1933
Marketing Agreement for Oranges and Grapefruit in the States of California and Arizona and License for Shippers or Oranges and Grapefruits in the States of California and Arizona, including a National Stabilization Plan, December 14, 1933
Marketing Agreement and License for Milk- Richmond, VA, December 16, 1933
Marketing Agreement and License for Shippers of Oranges and Grapefruit Grown in the State of Texas, including a National Stabilization Plan, December 22, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Commercial and Breeder Hatchery Industry, December 27, 1933
Code of Fair Competition for the Wine Industry, December 27, 1933
Marketing Agreement for Burley Tobacco, January 6, 1934
Marketing Agreement and License for Connecticut Valley Shade-Grown Tobacco, January 16, 1934
Marketing Agreement and License for Peanut Millers, January 27, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Baking Industry, May 28, 1934
Supplementary Code of Fair Competition for the Wood Floor Contracting Industry, May 29, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Canning Industry, May 29, 1934
Supplementary Code of Fair Competition for the Diamond Core Drill Manufacturing Industry, May 31, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Optical Wholesale Industry and Trade, May 31, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Wholesale Monumental Granite Industry, May 31, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Dog Food Industry, May 31, 1934
Amendment to Code of Fair Competition for the Textile Machinery Manufacturing Industry, June 1, 1934
Amendment to Code of Fair Competition for the Fabricated Metal Products Manufacturing and Metal Finishing and Metal Coating Industry, June 1, 1934
Amendment to Code of Fair Competition for the Washing and Ironing Machine Manufacturing Industry, June 2, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Candlewick Bedspread Industry, June 1, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Oyster Shell Crushers Industry, June 2, 1934
Code of Fair Competition for the Licorice Industry, June 2, 1934
7 Hearing on Proposed Marketing Agreement §8/2 of the Agricultural Adjustment Act (International Association of Ice Cream Manufacturers) relating to Frozen Desserts & Ice Cream, August 10, 1933
8 Press release of address of Jerome N. Frank to A.A.L.S., 1933
Bill of Complaint, U.S. v. Weirton Steel Company, 1934
Report on Iron and Steel Industry, Activities of European Cartel Members in South America, Department of Justice, 1943
“The Prospects of a Durable Solution, the Venture into Inquiry,” essay on the coal question, undated
Student paper, undated
9 Pre-nuptial agreement,
Bill to “amend the patent laws,” 1942
“The Cocoa Quarrel,” essay, March 24, 1945
Members of Patent Advisory Commission typescript list, undated
“The Government Assumes an Obligation,” essay, undated
Draft of “A Bill to Create a Board of Patent Adjudication and for other Purposes,” undated
“The Copyright which the Motion Pictures Enjoy,” drafts of report, undated
“The Politics of Price,” undated
Report on patent law, undated
“Presentation of the Government’s Evidence in the American Medical Association Case,” report, undated
“The Ethical Implications of Current Economic Theory,” essay, undated
10 A Brief History of the Federal Trade Commission’s Cases in the Federal Courts, 1914-1934, by John H. Bass, 1934
Summary of complaints under Robinson Putman Act, undated
11 Code of Fair Competition for 41 trades, booklets, 1941
12 Executive Order “Reorganizing the Consumers’ Agencies within The National Emergency Council and The National Recovery Administration,” by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, July 30, 1935
National Recovery Administration, Consumer’s Agency to Get Price Data, Report to President from Walton Hamilton, August 18, 1935
“Prologue to Prices” Report Made Public by Director, Consumers’ Division, National Recovery Administration, October 1935
“First Portion of Milk Study Shows Buyer’s Choice is ‘Absolute Fiction,” Consumers’ Division, National Recovery Administration, October 1935
The Consumer, vol. 1, nos. 4-8, 1935-1936
Statement of General Hugh S. Johnson before the United States Committee on Financing, April 18, 1936
13 The Consumer, volume 1, number 1, 1935
“The Dissenting Opinion,” speech by WHH, 1930
Armstrong System License Agreement, c. 1940s
“A Proposal for an Inquiry into some Neglected Aspects of the International Economy,” essay, undated
“The Conservation of Food,” essay, undated
Department of Justice, Investigation of Patent Practices and Policies, Monograph on Educational and Other Non-profit organizations report, undated
“Presentation of the Government’s Evidence in the American Medical Association Case,” undated
14 Consumer’s Cooperation, Bulletin No. 4, Consumers Division, National Emergency Council, June 1935
The Consumer, Vol. 1, No. 3, November 15, 1935
“International Economic Development, Public Works and Other Problems,” by Lewis L. Lorwin, October 1942
15 Confidential report on “The Price of Paper” by W.M. Blaisdell, Part II, Department of Labor, 1936
“Regional Shifts in The Bituminous Coal Industry: A Summary. What Have Been Their Effects? What Can Be Done About Instability in the Soft Coal Industry?”, by the Bureau of Business Research, May 1936
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8 1 Report of The Committee on Prices in the Bituminous Coal Industry, prepared for the Conference on Price Research, September 1, 1937
2 Federal Trade Commission’s Agricultural Income Inquiry Pt. II Fruit, Vegetables, and Grapes, 1937
3 Petitions heard before the Federal Trade Commission, 1937-1938
4 “Farm Labor in the Mississippi and Arkansas Delta” field report by Paul S. Taylor, 1937
Max Lerner NBC radio interview, 1941
Simian proverbs and fragments of quotes, undated
5 Memorandum regarding price fixing agreements of Eastman Kodak Company as contracts in restraint of trade by Leon Lauerstein, 1938
“Antitrust Action in the Field of Metals,” report, 1944
“The Consumer’s Interest in Price-Fixing,” report, undated
6 File labeled “Antitrust” containing letters, chart, and reports, 1938-1939
7 Appendix to the Annual Report of Assistant Attorney General Thurman Arnold in charge of the Antitrust Division, Department of Justice, 1938
Re, Grounds for the repeal of the Miller-Tydings amendment which authorizes resale price contracts, Department of Justice, 1941
Hillside, A Center for Experiment and Training in Economic Research, conducted by The National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., January 1941
8 Proposed Report Telephone Investigation, Federal Communications Commission, ; 1938 Rules, Policy, Organization, and Acts, March 9, 1948
9 Report of the Committee on Prices in the Textile Industries prepared for Circulation to Members of the Committee and Members of the Conference on Price Research, 1939
Flow chart showing interrelationships of the markets
10 Memorandum to Wendell Berge, re, Milk, Medicine, and Ahead, 1939
Chapter 2 of book manuscript, “The Rationale of Restraint”
Chapter 6 of book manuscript, “Statute into Rules of Law”
Untitled chapter, concerns constitutional power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce
11 Memoranda on patent law, 1939-1942
“Defense and the National Economy” notes, 1940
12 Press releases by the War Department, the Justice Department, and the National Defense Advisory Commission, 1940
13 Press releases by the War Department, the Justice Department, and the National Defense Advisory Commission, 1940
14 Charts and writings on the sulphur industry, incomplete, by George P. Comer, 1940
Outline on the coal industry, incomplete, undated
Essay, “The Person that is a Ghost,” undated
Statement of Harold C. Calhoun, U.S. Department of Justice, before the Committee on Patents, undated
Untitled essay on the uneasy partnership of the state and business, undated
15 Memorandum re, Armstrong License Agreements, November 1, 1940
Senate Bill 2303 to provide for the use of patents in the interest of National defense for the prosecution of war, February 13, 1942
Letter from James A. Durham to Walton H. Hamilton with “Crosskey on the Constitution an Essay-Review” attached, September 4, 1943
Progress Report on study requested by the late Senator Charles W. Tokey, Chairman, Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
The Pecuniary Basic of Economic Organization, undated
Brief on Armstrong, undated
Outlines, essays, materials entitled “The Economic Order III,” undated
16 “Patents and Free Enterprise,” essays, notes, and letters, 1941
17 “The National Bituminous Coal Commission, Administration of the Bituminous Coal Act 1937-1941,” 1941
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9 1 “Patents and Free Enterprise,” Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power, Temporary National Economic Committee, 1941
Hearings before the Committee on Patents, United States Senate, 77th Congress, 1942
“Future of Independent Business” Progress Report of the Chairman to the members of the Committee of the Special Committee to Study Problems of American Small Business, U.S. Senate,” January 2, 1947
2 Untitled materials concerning U.S. War Contracts, March 20, 1941
Letter to Isador Lubin, Special Assistant to the President, from Thurman Arnold concerning the National Patent Planning Commission, 1943
Addendum to memorandum on antitrust cases by Arnold Levy, 1945
Complaint, Crook v. Bendix Aviation Corp., 1945
Correspondence dealing with FM and Edwin H. Armstrong, inventor of FM, 1945
Memorandum on a legal study center by an advisory group, 1946
Memorandum by Jerome H. Low on the use of imported goods to establish restraints of trade, undated
“The Honorable, The Chief Justice,” essay concerning Harlan Fisk Stone, undated
Memoranda on training law students assigned to government agencies, undated
“Price and Pricing Policies” report by Walton Hamilton and Associated, undated
Memorandum by Helen F. McGerr re, coal tar products investigations, undated
Incomplete set of examination questions dealing with antitrust, undated
3 Report of the Select Committee to Investigate the Interstate Migration of Destitute Citizens House of Representatives, 1941
House Resolution, A Bill to establish a criterion of invention with respect to patent applications and issued patents, and to amend section 4886 of the Revised Statutes, and for other purposes, July 1, 1947
The Story of the United States Patent Office, 1790-1956, 1956
4 Reprints, inscribed, 1942-1950
5 5. Report on Hitler’s entrustment of the German economy to the Secretary of Munitions in 1942, 1942
6 Statement of Walter R. Hutchinson, Special Assistant to the Attorney General, Before the Senate Patents Committee, 1942
7 Memoranda concerning international radio patents cartel and situations with respect to foreign license agreements under consent decrees in RCA case by Kurt Borchardt, March 12, 1942
“In re, The Dramatists’ Guild,” memorandum, 1946
“The Judicial Process: an Inquiry into the Techniques of Judicial Decision,” typescript outline, undated
Report on electronic equipment and world industry, undated
“The Magnesium Consent Decree,” problem and question, undated
8 Confidential Report, “Deutsche Gold und Silber, Scheideanstalt, Frankfurt/M, Germany,” Department of Justice, 1943
9 Contract between the Mexican government and American Cyanimid Company and memoranda, 1943
10 Problem of international air policy memoranda and reports, 1943
11 “The Match Cartel and Swedish Match Company”/Board of Economic Warfare, June 1943
12 Societe Generale de Belgique and African Metals Corporation,” by George B. Gardiner, Jr., Office of Economic Warfare, September 1943
13 Report on the Iron and Steel Industry, Activities of European Cartel Members in South America, September 18, 1943
The Robinson-Patman Act Symposium, 1947 edition, 1947
Included with above, The Robinson-Patman Act, Its History and Probable Meaning, 1936
3 Lawyers Guild Review, containing WHH’s comment “A Word in Dissent,” to Joseph C. Hutcheson Jrs. review of the book Order in the Court by John C. Knox, New York, 1943
14 “Political Aspects of International Cartels,” by Corwin D. Edwards, U.S. Department of Justice, December 1943
15 Senate Bill to establish an Office of Science and Technology, to promote the progress of science and the useful arts, to secure the national defense, to advance the national prosperity and welfare, and for other purposes, June 29, 1944
“Import Propensity,” project staff included Dr. F. Modigliani, Dr. E. Grunberg, 1944
16 “Study of the War & Navy Departments’ Ad Hoc Committee on the Treatment of German Industry Involved in the Production of Armament, Munitions, and Implements of War, 1945
Balance sheet or estimated budget for unidentified government bureau for the fiscal year, 1949, 1948
17 Study of the War & Navy Departments Ad Hoc Committee on the Treatment of German Engineering and Research in the “Secret Weapon” Field, 1945
Patent Office, Organization & Functions, from Federal Register (3 copies), September 11, 1946
Oil Price Fixing Consumers’ Advisory Board of the National Recovery Administration, undated
18 Proposals for Expansion of World Trade and Employment (2 copies), Department of State, November 1945
Anglo-American Financial and Commercial Agreements (2 copies), December 1945
6th Report to the President, the Senate, & House of Representatives, by the Director of War Mobilization and Reconversion, April 1, 1946
Annual Report of the Federal Trade Commission for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 1947, 1947
Quarterly Industrial Financial Report Series for All United Manufacturing Corporations, Fourth Quarter - 1947, Federal Trade Commission and Securities Exchange Commission, July 15, 1948
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10 1 “Maintaining Competition, Requisites of a Governmental Policy,” by Corwin D. Edwards, September 22, 1947
2 Report to the President by the Emergency Board created July 27, 1946, pursuant to Section 10 of the Railway Labor Act, 1946
“Swedish Study of Oil Cartel,” typescript essay, undated
“The Acreage Limitation and Its Effect on Water Control in the Central Valley of California,” report by Howard N. Golden, undated
“The Jackson Wage-Earner Thesis,” typescript essay, undated
Book review of Toward A Philosophy of History, undated
3 U.S. Atlantic and Gulf-Puerto Rico Tariff Outward Freight Tariff No. 2, January 14, 1946
U.S. Atlantic and Gulf-Puerto Rico Tariff, Homeward Freight Tariff, No. 2, January 14, 1946
“The Economy of Puerto Rico with Special Reference to the Economic Implications of Independence and Other Proposals to Change its Political Status - under the General Provisions of S332, Part II, Title III, Tariff Act of 1930, U.S. Tariff Commission, March 1946
4 Institute of World Affairs - New School for Social research reports, 1948
5 Brief of Wright Aeronautical Division Curtiss-Wright Division in reply to Union brief, 1952
6 Chromastic license agreement correspondence, 1952-1953
“National Health Insurance Proposals,” March 31, 1952
7 “Report of the Legal & Economic Concepts Work Group to the Co-Chairmen” The Attorney General’s National Committee to Study the Antitrust Laws, June 1954
8 A Proposal for a Civic Law Office (and correspondence relating thereto), undated
9 Container Inquiry, “A discussion of the need for container service, description of inner and outer containers, and their uses, and the benefits that might result therefrom, followed by an informal inquiry,” Section of Property and Equipment, Federal Coordinator of Transportation, undated
Investigation of the Government Patent Practices and Policies, Report and Recommendations of the Attorney General to the President, vols. I, II, & III, undated
10 Memorandum to Assistant Attorney General Arnold from Hugh Cox and WHH, undated
“Restraints within the National Economy” essay, undated
“The Attorney General’s Committee on Administrative Procedure” submitted by the Federal Trade Commission, undated
“The Propensity to Import Raw Materials,” by analyst Hans Neisser, Department of Justice, undated
Opinion on the coal order of the Fuel Administrator, no author, undated
11 Statement of Harold G. Calhoun, U.S. Department of Justice, before the Committee on Patents of the Senate of the United States (Bone Committee), “The Operation of the Patent System,” undated
12 Memorandum and reports on the Federal Trade Commission Act, undated
13 “Sterling Products, Inc,” undated
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11 1 Essay, “Sterling Products, Inc, Sterling Products, I.G. and the Nazi Government,” part II, undated
2 Essay, “Sterling Products, Inc, The I.G.-Sterling Partnership,” part III, undated
3 Essay, “Sterling Products, Inc, Patents in the Drive Towards Monopoly,” part IV, undated
4 Essay, “Sterling and Farben - Adjustments to the War Crisis,” undated
5 “The Common Law Beginnings, TNEC, first draft, by Boris Bittker, typescript, undated
“The Creation and Validation of Sanctions” autograph draft of book chapter, undated
“The Interest of the United States” autograph draft of essay, undated
“Medicine and the Antitrust Act, a discussion of the government’s suit against the American Medical Association,” address delivered at 158th Semi-Annual Meeting, New Haven County Medical Association, undated
6 Annotated Statement of Harold G. Calhoun, U.S. Department of Justice, before the Committee on Patents of the Senate of the United States (Bone Committee), “The Operation of the Patent System,” (x3), undated

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Case Files and Legal Career

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12 1 Outlines of the Theory of Value, course material, University of Chicago, undated
File labeled “Control and Legal Institutions” containing case descriptions, undated
File labeled “Due Process” containing case descriptions, undated
2 A Syllabus for Political Economy 2A & 2E by George W. Dowrie, Floyd E. Armstrong, Henry Rottschaeffer, Paul W. Ivey, Ann Arbor, 1915
Supplement to Dodd’s Cases on Constitutional Law, Walter F. Dodd, 1936
Supplement to Dodd’s Cases on Constitutional Law, Walter F. Dodd, 1939
3 Brief for Appellants, Vol. II, District of Columbia, Minimum Wage Cases, October term (Adkins v. Children’s Hospital), 1922
Brief for Respondents, U.S. v. Socony Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., U.S. Supreme Court, October term, 1922
Appeals from Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia, Jesse C. Adkins v. Children’s Hospital of D.C. and Jesse C. Adkins, et al. v. Willie A. Lyons, 1922
4 U.S. v. Gypsum Industries Assn., et al., 1923
Book review, America’s Way Out, a Program for Democracy, by Norman Thomas, 1931
U.S. v. A. B. Dick Co., 1946
U.S. v. Diamond Match Co., et al., 1946
U.S. v. Scophony Corp. of America, et al., 1949
U.S. v. American Steel Foundries, et al., 1955
Book review, Economic Behavior, An Institution Approach, by Willard E. Atkin, et al., undated
Book review, Government by Judiciary, by Louis B. Boudin, undated
5 Brief for Defendants, Interborough Rapid Transit Co. v. William Green, 1928
Supplemental Brief on behalf of Federal Power Commission, in the matter of the Application of Metropolitan Edison Co., Third Circuit, October 25, 1937
6 The Judicial Process in Torts Cases, Vol. 1, Leon Green, 1929
7 The Judicial Process in Torts Cases, Vol. II, Leon Green, 1929
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13 1 The Judicial Process in Torts Cases, Vol. III, Leon Green, 1930
2 The Judicial Process in Torts Cases (Temporary Advance Part), Leon Green, 1931
3 Order of Dismissal as to J.B. Scott, in the matter of Waugh Equipment Co., Arthur Meeker, Frederich W. Ellis, J.B. Scott, before Federal Trade Commission, December 16, 1931
Findings in the matter of Conde Nast Publications, Inc., before Federal Trade Commission, December 2, 1936
Findings in the matter of California Rice Industry, before Federal Trade Commission, with attached Order to Cease & Desist, March 26, 1938
4 Arguments, United States v. Sugar Institute, Vol. 13, August 1, 1932
5 United States v. Sugar Institute, Vol. 15, August 15, 1932
6 United States v. Sugar Institute, Vol. 16, August 22, 1932
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14 1 Transcript of record of U.S. v. The Sugar Institute, Inc., et al., 1933
2 Transcript of Record 60-104-3, file copy (text begins on p. 784 with references to Mr. Quimby of Tampa, Florida, Red State Grocery, warehouses and jobbers, and freight rates), March 21, 1933
3 Cases on Public Utility Regulations, Irston A. Barnes, Ann Arbor, 1933
4 Arguments, United States v. Sugar Institute, Vol. I, January 16-20, 1933
5 Arguments, United States v. Sugar Institute, Vol. II, January 16-20, 1933
6 Arguments, United States v. Sugar Institute, Vol. III, January 16-20, 1933
7 The Judicial Process, Charles E. Clark & Walton H. Hamilton, 1933-1934
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15 1 Proposed Code of Fair Competition for the Die Casting Manufacturing Industry - National Recovery Administration, U.S. v. P.O., December 20, 1933
Federal Trade Commission, In the matter of Oliver Brothers, Inc., et al., March 26, 1937
Federal Trade Commission, In the matter of Reeves, Parvin & Co., et al. (also amending complaint and record), May 14, 1937
Order Closing Case, Federal Trade Commission, In the Matter of Procon Grocery Service Co., Inc., et al., May 19, 1937
Federal Trade Commission, In the matter of Elizabeth Arden, Inc., June 25, 1937
Findings of Facts and Conclusions, U.S. v. The Pullman Co., U.S. District Court, Eastern District of PA, Civil Action No. 994, filed, April 20, 1943
House Resolution, A Bill to establish a Missouri Valley Authority to provide for unified water control and resource development on the Missouri River etc., September 18, 1944
Opinion, W.R. Grace & Co., v. Civil Aeronautics Board et al., second circuit, October term, 1945
2 Verbatim transcript case of James Walter Carter v. Carter Coal Co., 1935
3 Verbatim transcript case of James Walter Carter v. Carter Coal Co., 1935
4 Continuation of the verbatim transcript, case of James Walter Carter v. Carter Coal Company in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, 1935
Autograph and typescript drafts of articles and book reviews, undated
5 Continuation of the verbatim transcript, case of James Walter Carter v. Carter Coal, 1935
6 “The Motion Picture Industry, a Pattern of Control” by W. Duane Evans, Daniel Bertrand, and E. L. Blanchard, 1935
7 “The Price of Anthracite Coal” book manuscript draft, 1935
8 Indictment in U.S. v. Standard Oil, Western District of WI, July 28, 1936
Petition for U.S. v. Interstate Circuit, Inc., et al., Northern District of Texas Dallas Division, December 15, 1936
Brief for U.S. in U.S. v. Standard Oil (Indiana), on motions of certain defendants to set aside the verdict, Western District of WI, December 1937
Complaint in U.S. v. Schine Chain Theatres, Inc., et al., Western District of NY, August 7, 1939
Indictment in U.S. v. Master Plasterers’ Association of San Francisco, et al., Northern District of CA, December 22, 1939
Complaint in U.S. v. Chrysler Corporation, et al., Northern District of IN, South Bend Division, undated
Brief for Tung-sol Lamp Works, Inc., in U.S. v. General Electric Company, District of NJ, undated
9 Antitrust cases complaints and indictments, 1935-1942
10 Appendix to Brief for Respondent, Charles C. Steward Machine Co. v. Harwell G. Davis, U.S. Supreme Court, 1936
Complaint issued against the Tarpon Spring Sponge Exchange, Inc., December 1936
Brief of the U.S. on Demurrer, U.S. v. American Medical Association, District Court for the District of Columbia, 1939
Brief for the U.S., U.S. v. United States Gypsum Company, U.S. Supreme Court, 1947
11 Petition for U.S. v. Aluminum Co. of America, Filed in District court, Southern District of NY, April 23, 1937
12 Findings in Federal Trade Commission, U.S. v. California Packing Corporation, et al., June 30, 1937
Findings in Federal Trade Commission, U.S. v. Golf Ball Manufacturers’ Association, et al., February 25, 1938
Senate Bill, A Bill to protect producers, manufacturers, distributors, and consumers from the unrevealed presence of substitutes and mixtures in spun, woven, knitted, felted, or otherwise manufactured wool products, and for other purposes, Mr. Schwartz, January 4, 1939
Findings as to the facts and conclusions Federal Trade Commission, in the matter of Carter Carburetor Corporation, January 1939
Brief and Appeals in Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation v. U.S. Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation, Eastern District of PA, October 1939
Writ of certiorari on Hattie Mae Tiller v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, February 1, 1943
Appeal for Hoopeston Canning Co., E. Pritchard, Inc., et al., v. Thomas J. Cullen, Superintendent of Insurance of the State of NY, et al., Supreme Court of NY, March 1, 1943
Report on three separate cases, U.S. v. Otto Kostendt and Charles Scheezer, U.S. v. David J. Johnson and George Cody, and U.S. v. Harry Victor and Aaron Silverman, Eastern District of MI, Southern Division, undated
Stipulation of Facts, U.S. v. Masonite Corporation, Southern District of NY, undated
Brief of respondent, Federal Trade Commission in the matter of Coty, Inc., undated
Complaint in Federal Trade Commission, U.S. v. The Cement Institute, et al., undated
13 Amended Petition, U.S. v. Interstate Circuit, District Court for Northern District of TX, Dallas Division, May 7, 1937
Brief for U.S., Interstate Circuit v. U.S. and Paramount Pictures District Co., et v. U.S., U.S. Supreme Court, October 1937
Brief for the U.S. as Amicus Curiae, General Talking Pictures Corp. v. Western Electric, U.S. Supreme Court, October 1938
Indictment, U.S. v. American Colloid Co. et al., returned August 29, 1949, U.S. District Court, Southern District of NY, August 1940
Indictment, U.S. v. American Magnesium Corp., U.S. District Court of Southern District of NY, January 30, 1941
Indictment, U.S. v. Dow Chemical Corp., U.S. District Court for Southern District of NY, January 30, 1941
Indictment, U.S. v. General Electric, Fried. Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, et al., U.S. District for Southern District of NY, October 21, 1941
Brief of National Cooperative Milk Producers’ Association v. George Labeling, The Massillon Pure Milk Co., Ohio Supreme Court, undated
14 “The Federal Antitrust Laws,” 2 copies, January 1938
Amendment to the act creating the Federal Trade Commission reading “Provided, however, that upon the expiration of his term of office a Commissioner shall continue to serve until his successor shall have been appointed and shall have qualified,” undated
15 Digest of Testimony, U.S. v. Aluminum Co. of America, et al., 1938
16 Indictment, U.S. v. Local 807 Teamsters, Southern District of NY (Sherman Antitrust Act), May 31, 1938
Brief in behalf of U.S. and U.S. Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corp., U.S. v. Bethlehem Steel and U.S. Shipping Board Fleet Corp. v. Bethlehem Shipbuilding, Third Circuit, October 1939
Brief for U.S., U.S. (Hon. Patrick T.) Stone, U.S. Supreme Court, October 1939
Stenographic Transcript of Arguments Feb. 5-6 1940, U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. v. Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. and Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. v. U.S.S., October 1939
Complaint, U.S. v. The Associated Press, Southern District of NY, August 28, 1942
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16 1 Petition, U.S. v. The Sugar Institute , Inc., et al., Southern District of NY, March 30, 1931
Indictment, U.S. v. Local 807 Teamsters, Southern District of NY, Mary 31, 1938
Complaint, U.S. v. Columbia Gas & Electric Corp., District of DE, November 4, 1938
Complaint, U.S. v. Crescent Amusement Co., Middle District of TN, Nashville Division, August 11, 1939
Indictment, U.S. v. Glaze-Rite Co., Northern District of OH, Eastern Division, November 10, 1939
Indictment, U.S. v. Wheeling Tile Co., Eastern District of MI, Southern Division, December 5, 1939
Complaint and Decree in the U.S. v. Voluntary Code of the Heating, Piping, and Air-Conditioning Industry, Western District of PA, December 8, 1939
Complaint in U.S. v. Hartford-Empire Co., Northern District of OH, Western Division, December 11, 1939
Consent Decree, U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, Southern District of NY, November 20, 1940
Indictments in U.S. v. American Surgical Trade Association, Eastern District of PA, February 19, 1941
2 Petition, U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, Southern District of NY, July 20, 1938
Brief for Respondents, U.S. v. Socony Vacuum and Socony Vacuum v. U.S., U.S. Supreme Court, October 1939
Complaint and Amendment to Complaint in U.S. v. Cement Institute, District of CO, June 28, 1945
Oral Argument, U.S. Before the Federal Trade Commission, In the matter of Coty, Inc., argument presented by Philip Cortney, President of Coty, Inc., May 8, 1947
Complaint, U.S. v. United Shoe Machinery Corp., District of MA, December 15, 1947
Complaint, U.S. v. Western Electric and American Telephone and Telegraph Co., District of NJ, January 4, 1949
Brief for U.S., U.S. v. Ethyl Gasoline Corp., Southern District of NY, undated
3 Petition, U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, Inc., Southern District of NY, July 20, 1938
Complaint, U.S. v. The Cooper Corporation et al., Southern District of NY, undated
4 4. U.S. v. A.M.A., petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C., 1939
A.L. Smith Iron Co. v. Steward Dickson, memorandum of decision, undated
5 Cross Appeals in the matter of U.S. vs. Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp. vs. U.S.Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corp., U.S. States Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corp. vs. Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Vols. I and II, October 1939
6 Transcript of Record, U.S. v. Bethlehem Steel, et al., Third Circuit, May 24, 1939
Brief for Defendants, U.S. v. The Sugar Institute, U.S. District Court for Southern District of NY (brief on law and economic briefs), undated
7 “Practices in the Motor Vehicle Industry” report, 1939
Draft of Complaint in U.S. District Court, U.S. v. Hartford Empire Co., et al., 1939
Exhibit III, Agreements between Scophony Corp., General Precision Equipment and Television Productions, Inc., 1942
“Who are the Fathers,” essay, undated
8 Brief of the U.S. on Demurrer, U.S. v. American Medical Association, et al., District Court of U.S. for the District of Columbia, May 3, 1949
Complaint and Consent Decree, U.S. v. Excavators Administrative Association, Inc., et al., District Court of the U.S. for the District of Columbia, December 22, 1939
Complaint, U.S. v. The Smoot Sand & Gravel Corp., et al., in the District Court of the U.S. for the District of Columbia, October 3, 1940
Defendant’s Memorandum on Demurrer, U.S. v. American Medical Association, et al., in the District Court of U.S. for District of Columbia, undated
9 Indictment, U.S. v. Sheet Metal Association, Eastern District of LA, New Orleans Division, November 1939
Indictment, U.S. v. Engineering Survey and Audit Company, Inc., et al., Eastern District of LA, New Orleans Division, December 12, 1939
Indictment, U.S. v. San Francisco Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., et al., Northern District of CA, Southern Division, December 18, 1939
Indictment, U.S. v. Western Pine Association, et al., Southern District of CA, Central Division, September 18, 1940
Indictment, U.S. v. West Coast Lumberman’s Association, et al., Southern District of CA, Central Division, September 25, 1940
Indictment, U.S. v. Borax Consolidated, Ltd., et al., Northern District of CA, Southern Division, September 14, 1944
10 Brief for the Respondents, U.S. v. Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Inc., Socony-Vacuum Oil Company v. U.S., United States Supreme Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, October 1939
Federal Trade Commission, Oral Argument presented by Mr. Philip Cortney, President of Coty, Inc., The Respondent, before the Federal Trade Comission, May 8, 1947
11 Antitrust indictment against Chilean Nitrate Sale Corp., 1942
U.S. Standard Oil Co. final judgment decree, 1942
Complaints and petitions against Barney Balaban, General Cable Corp., Fox West Coast Theatres, and the Association of American Railroads, undated
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17 1 Indictment, U.S. v. General Motors Corporation, et al., Northern District of IN, South Bend Division, May 27, 1938
Complaint, U.S. v. Griffith Amusement Company, et al., Western District of OK, April 28, 1939
Brief, Lloyd Cobbledick, et al. v. U.S., A.H. Brawner, et al. v. U.S., Eugene Palmuth, et al. v. U.S., United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, October 1939
Appeal, Eugenia Medina Detres, et al. v. Lions Building Corporation, et al., Northern District IL, Eastern Division, 2 copies, 1955-1956
2 Memoranda, petitions, complaints, and judgment in the Pullman Company Antitrust Case, 1940-1945
3 Antitrust cases petitions, complaints, and briefs, 1941-1946
4 Antitrust cases petitions, complaints, and briefs, continued, 1941-1946
5 Bituminous Coal Operations Captive Line and United Mine Defense Medication Board concurring opinion of Frank P. Graham, 1941
“English Dictionary on Historical Principles,” typescript outline, undated
6 Antitrust litigation petitions, judgments, and complaints in federal courts, 1942-1950
7 Petition in U.S. District Court, U.S. v. Imperial Chemical Industries, 1944
Complaint in U.S. District Court, U.S. v. American Lecithin Company, 1946
8 Antitrust litigation petitions, judgments, and complaints in federal courts, 1944-1948
Printed material, 1950-
Brief for appellant, Cole v. U.S., 1956
9 The Judicial Process, illustrated by cases from the Supreme Court Reporter, Part I, selected by Walton Hamilton, 1946
10 The Judicial Process, illustrated by cases from the Supreme Court Reporter, Part II, selected by Walton Hamilton, 1946
11 In the United States Patent Office before the Board of Interference Examiners, Edwin H. Armstrong v. Clarence W. Hansell, Brief for the Senior Party C.W. Hansell, January 20, 1947
12 Final judgment in the matter of U.s. v. The Liquid Carbonic Corporation, Eastern District of NY, June 24, 1948
Report on the basic facts of the sugar industry of Puerto Rico, submitted to the Governor of Puerto Rico by Norman J. Ware, 1949
“The Patent Clause and the Constitution” essay, undated
Comment on 1929 crash, undated
Complaint in R. E. Crummer v. Edward Ball, et al., undated
13 Brief for Alonzo v. U.S., U.S. Court of Appeals, 10 Circuit, 1957
“Political Theory for an Industrial Age,” undated
“The Economic Man Affects a National Role,” undated
“World Traffic in Legal Documents,” undated
“Abate the Political Frontier,” undated
Two untitled essays concerning the causes of the depression and the corporate response, undated
Two untitled essays concerning world trade, cartel price fixing, and market control, undated
“Reflections on a Name,” autograph poem, undated
Untitled and incomplete typescript essay on price fixing, undated
“Readings in the Labor Problem,” course material, undated
14 Opening Statement for the Government, U.S. v. Aluminum Company of America, et al., Southern District of NY
15 Pencil draft of Petition and Brief on behalf of the Coca-Cola Bottlers, undated
“The Strange Behavior of Mr. Justice Jackson,” article, undated
16 U.S. Pullman Company plaintiff’s trial brief for the court, pp. 150-269, undated
17 U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, Southern District of NY, undated
Complaint, U.S. v. A.B. Dick Company, et al., Northern District of OH, Eastern Division, undated
18 Brief for the Defendants on the Facts, U.S. v. The Sugar Institute, Southern District of NY, undated
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18 1 U.S. v. Pullman Company plaintiffs trial brief for the court, pp. 1-149, undated
2 Memorandum in the nature of the proposed findings submitted at the direction of the Federal Communications Commission by the American Jewish Congress, in reapplication of News Syndicate Co., Inc. for Construction Permit for an FM Station, before the Federal Communications Commission, undated
Memorandum for the Commission: The Pullman Company, undated
Testimony for case in Western Pennsylvania on wages for miners, undated
Casebook material, undated
“Law cases briefed on early attempts at business regulation,” typescript material, undated
Cases relating to Constitutional Law, undated
3 Complaint, Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical Corporation v. Frank Seaton, et al., U.S. District Court for District of Columbia, undated
Plaintiff’s reply to government’s opposition to motion for preliminary injunction, Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical Corporation v. Fred A. Seaton, et al., U.S. District Court for District of Columbia, undated
Motion for preliminary injunction under rule 65 of the federal rules of civil procedure, Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical Corporation v. Fred A. Season, et al., undated
Motion for injunction pending appeal, Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical Corporation v. Fred A. Season, et al., undated
Memorandum in support of motion for injunction pending appeal, Eastern States Petroleum & Chemical Corporation v. Fred A. Season, et al., undated
4 Economic Stabilization Agency Wage Stabilization Board, undated
The Consent Decree, with the interpretive statement of the Department of Justice and Arbitration Rules with Map of Jurisdiction, undated
The Consent Decree entered in the District Court of the United States for the Southern District of NY in the matter of the U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, Inc., undated
Brief for U.S. v. Bethlehem Steel Corporation, and Bethlehem Steel Corporation v. U.S. Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, Eastern District of PA, 1925
Brief for Armstrong in the United States Patent Office, Wheeler v. Armstrong v. Tunick, undated
Brief for Armstrong in Interference in the United States Patent Office, Plump v. Wheeler v. Armstrong, undated
5 Brief and argument in behalf of the defendants, Amazon Petroleum Corporation, et al., v. Railroad Commission of Texas, et al., Eastern District of TX, Tyler Division, undated
6 Opening Statement, U.S. v. Aluminum Co. of America (statement of William Watson Smith for Alcoa), undated
7 Transcript of Record, in the United States Patent Office, Armstrong v. Hansell, undated

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Manuscripts and Drafts

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19 1 “Unpublished essays,” 1911-1912
“The Liberation of the Spirit and the Return to Nature”
“The Ethical Implications of Current Economic Theory”
“The Theory of Economic Determinism”
“The Antecedents of Laissez-Faire as an Intellectual Attitude”
“A Study in Genetic Economics”
“What is History?”
2 “Sulfathizol and the Patent System,” 1942
“Chief Justice Stone,” 3 copies, 1946
“The Law, the Economy, and Moral Values,” 1951
“Notes on the term ‘Republic,” 8 copies, 1953
“Some notes on Antitrust Laws,” 1956
“Random notes on the Antitrust Laws,” undated
3 Mercantile Art typescript manuscript and outlines, 1956
4 Miscellaneous notes for essays, “The Frontier of Economic Theory,” “The Control of Industry,” “The Place of Economics amongst the Humanities,” untitled essay notes, undated
5 “Property Rights in the Market,” by Walton Hamilton, 2 copies, both annotated, undated
“What About The Political Frontier,” 2 copies, undated
“A Lesson from The Railroads,” undated
6 “The Ages of Justices,” undated
“Affectation with Public Interest,” undated
7 “Reflections on the Release of the Creative Urge,” drafts of articles, undated
8 “The Price of Anthracite Coal,” book manuscript, draft, undated
9 Book manuscript, “Chapter I” Enter the Emergency,” undated
10 “The Machine Invasion,” beginning book typescript, undated
11 Book manuscript entitled “Medicine in the Making,” undated
12 “Medicine in the Making” book manuscript, outline, and notes, undated
13 “Chapter One, The Problem of the Machine,” undated
“Charles Horton Cooley,” undated
“The Theory of Economic Determinism,” undated
“The Conservation of Human Resources,” undated
“The Liberation of The Spirit and The Return to Nature,” exemplified by the passing of the old political economy, by Walton Hamilton, undated
14 Original drafts, carbon copies, bibliography, research material, and manuscript of “The Economics of Medicine,” undated
15 Original drafts, carbon copies, bibliography, research material, and manuscript of “The Economics of Medicine,” undated
16 Original drafts, carbon copies, bibliography, research material, and manuscript of “The Economics of Medicine,” undated
17 Original drafts, carbon copies, bibliography, research material, and manuscript of “The Economics of Medicine,” undated
18 Original drafts, carbon copies, bibliography, research material, and manuscript of “The Economics of Medicine,” undated
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20 1 “The Economic Order,” original typed manuscript, chapters 1-5, undated
2 “The Nature of the Economic Order” outlines, undated
3 Book chapters,
I. America - A Paper Culture
II. From Pure Linen to Kraft Standard
III. Geography, Liberty, and Paper Pulp
IV. Integration Through Dispersion
V. The Corporation Plays its Part
VI. Paper Goes to Market
VII. Integration through Cooperation
VIII. Pricing for Profits
IX. Newsprint on a Thumbnail
X. One Price or Many?
XI. Along the Paper Front
4 Book typescript undated
Chapter 1, “The Problem of the Community’s Living”
Chapter 2, “The Nature of the Economic Order”
Chapter 3, “The Prevailing Economic Order”
Chapter 4, “The Characteristics of the Economic Order”
Chapter 5, “The Problem of Economics”
5 “The Machine Invasion,” beginning book typescript, undated
6 Outlines of topics, undated
“The Effects of Depression”
“The Control of Institutional Development”
“The Supreme Court in a Changing Economic Order"
“Economic Thought and the Antitrust Actions"
“The Annals of the Law"
“The Supreme Court in a Changing Economic Order"
“The Government of Industry"
7 Outlines of topics, undated
“Labor in Pre-Capitalistic Society"
“The Agricultural Surplus and the Universal Society"
“Immigration"
“Crises and Modern Industrialism"
“Economic Determination"
“Classes and Class Conflict"
“The Antecedents of the Industrial Revolution"
“Laissez-Faire and the Labor Problem"
“What is the Labor Problem"
“The Machine and the Rise of the Labor Problem"
“The Viewpoint in Current Economic Problems"
“Protection and Industrial Development"
“Ind. Institutions"
“Workers’ Education"
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21 1 “Questions—Comments on books, etc., especially about labor and individualism…” typescript material, undated
2 Outlines of topics, undated
“The Machine and Modern Industrialism"
“Protection and Scientific Revision"
“Contagious Magic in Education"
“The Judicial Control of Industry"
“Communication"
“The Place of Economics"
“The College Man and Organization for War"
“The Government of Industry"
3 “The Bituminous Coal Problem” outlines and reports, 1926
4 Notes and outlines of Walton Hale Hamilton, 1930-1952
5 “The Problem of Antitrust Reform,” typescript article, 1932
“Medicine in the Making” book manuscript, undated
6 Report on the cigarette industry entitled “Cigarette Selling Prices and Policies,” 1935
Typescript essay entitled “A Note in Duress,” undated
Typescript essay entitled “The Affectation with Public Interest,” undated
Typescript essay entitled “The Dominance of the Entrepreneur Viewpoint in Politics," undated
Typescript essay entitled “Group Interests and the Price System,” undated
“The Price System and Social Policy,” undated
7 “The Changing Concept of Free Enterprise,” by Corwin D. Edwards, October 8, 1946
Reports in the New World, TNEC Report, preliminary report, by Boris Bittker, typescript, undated
Book review, Bureaucracy and Trusteeship in Large Corporations, by Marshall E. A Dimock and Harold K. Hyde, typescript and autograph drafts, undated
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22 1 Autograph outlines, undated
2 Notes and essays on the origins of property, undated
3 Notes and reports on price fixing, undated
4 Research notes for book on medicine, undated
5 Outline notes for essays, undated
6 Typescript and autograph manuscript of book, “The Economics of Medicine,” undated
7 Autograph notes and manuscripts for literary production concerning medicine, undated
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23 1 Medical profession book manuscript, autograph, chapters 6 and 7, undated
2 Book research notes, undated
Bibliographic notes, undated
3 Miscellaneous notes, undated
4 Book manuscript, undated
5 “Personal reactions to material” containing an outline on “Freedom of Contract” and notes, undated
6 “Antitrust in Action,” book manuscript by WHH and Irene Till, undated
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24 1 Miscellaneous notes, undated
2 Assorted notes on economics and the Constitution, undated
3 Autograph manuscripts, undated
4 Essay outlines for “The Emergency of Industry,” undated
“The Emergency of Industry,” 2 copies, undated
“The Industrial Inquiry and Sectarian Dogma,” undated
“The Living Law,” undated
Miscellaneous notes and outlines, undated
Essay entitled “Miscellany,” 2 copies, undated
“The Path of Due Process of Law,” 3 copies, undated
“Price—by Way of Litigation,” by Walton Hamilton, 2 copies, undated
“1939 to 1787,” undated
“Relation of Tenancy and Labor in Agriculture,” undated
“Commerce of the Several States,” undated
Essay notes on the Judicial Process, undated
5 “The Control of Bituminous Coal: A Tentative Plan for a Series of Hearings,” undated
Notes and outlines on mining industry, undated
6 Handwritten note on private capital, undated
Typed notes on corporations and the law, undated
Notes and research for miscellaneous essays, undated
7 Manuscript on economic changes, undated
8 Untitled book manuscript, undated
9 Miscellaneous essay outlines, undated
10 Miscellaneous notes, undated
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25 1 Essay outline entitled “Private Suit—Public Purpose,” undated
2 Essay outline for “Dating Mr. Justice Holmes,” undated
3 Essay outlines for writings on labor and industry, undated
4 Miscellaneous notes and outline, undated
5 Miscellaneous notes and outline, undated
6 Essay outline for “The Role of Useful Knowledge,” undated
7 “An Economist Audits His Costs,” by Walton Hamilton (10 copies), January Survey Graphic, January 1930
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26 1 “The Living Law,” by Walton Hamilton (3 copies), Survey Graphic, December 1937
2 “The Living Law,” by Walton Hamilton (3 copies), Survey Graphic, December 1937
3 “Can Our Prices Remain Neutral?” by Walton Hamilton (2 copies), Survey Graphic, January 1940
4 “The Ages of Justices,” by Walton Hamilton, The New Republic, October 11, 1922
“The Gesture Grandiloquent,” by Walton Hamilton, an analysis of the “Interchurch World Movement Report on the Steel Strike,” by Marshall Olds, The New Republic, March 21, 1923
“Vestigial Economics,” by Walton Hamilton, an analysis of “Supply and Demand,” by Hubert D. Henderson, The New Republic, April 4, 1923
“The Folkways of Business,” by Walton H. Hamilton, an analysis of “Economic Behavior, an Institutional Approach,” by Willard E. Atkins, et. al, The New Republic, September 23, 1931
“Little Tin Gods,” by Walton Hamilton, an analysis of “Money for Tomorrow,” by W.E. Woodward, The New Republic, September 7, 1932
“Medicine in the Making,” by Walton Hamilton, The New Republic, December 23, 1932
“Planless Legal Planning,” by Walton Hamilton, The New Republic, May 23, 1934
“Justice Cardozo: The Great Tradition,” by Walton Hamilton, The New Republic, July 27, 1938
“Veblen on the Munich Pact,” by Walton Hamilton, an analysis of “Imperial Germany and the Industrial Revolution,” by Thorstein Veblen, The New Republic, August 30, 1939
“Anti-trust v. the Trade Union,” by Walton Hamilton, The New Republic, April 15, 1940
“Whose Government? The Smoldering Constitutional Crisis,” by Walton Hamilton, The New Republic, January 18, 1943
In Correspondence Column, from Alexander Meiklejohn to Henry Wallace, The New Republic, November 11, 1946
5 “The Impending Industrial Crisis,” by Walton H. Hamilton, The Dial: A Fortnightly, May 17, 1919
6 “The Control of Big Business,” by Walton H. Hamilton, The Nation, May 25, 1932
“Nine Independent Men,” by Walton Hamilton, The Nation, August 12, 1944
7 “A New Patent Policy,” by Walton H. Hamilton, Current History, December 1949
8 Memorandum from Morris Llewellyn Cooke, “Thus Spoke Zarathustra,” September 10, 1958
9 Book reviews “The Challenge of Leisure,” Leisure in the Modern World, by C. Delisle Burns
“The Credo of Recovery,” The Industrial Revolution and the Government Arts, by Rexford G. Tugwell
“Our Intellectual Heritage,” The Growth of Political Thought in the West, by Charles Howard McIllwain
The Heavenly City of the Eighteenth Century Philosophers, by Carl Becker
“Little Tin Gods,” Money for Tomorrow, by W. E. Woodward
Policy and Ethics in Business, by Carl F. Taeusch
Concentration of Control in American Industry, by Harry W. Liadler
The Lawful Pursuit of Gain, by Max Radin
“The Folk-Ways of Business,” Economic Behavior, An Institutional Approach, by Willard E. Atkins
Law and Literature, and Other Essays and Addresses, by Benjamin N. Cardozo
The World’s Economic Dilemma, by Ernest Miner Patterson
The Growth and Decadence of Constitutional Government, by J. Allen Smith
“Eminent History,” A Cultural History of the Modern Age, by Egon Friedell
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58 1 “A Book of Book Reviews,” ed. Walton H. Hamilton and John C. White, 1926
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59 1 “Dieu et mon Droit,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 2 copies, University of Chicago, January 23, 1915
“Economic Theory and ‘Social Reform,” by Walton Hamilton, Journal of Political Economy, June 1915
2 “Social Classes and Capital Formation,” by Walton H. Hamilton, Mount Holyoke College, November 18, 1915
3 “The Development of Hoxie’s Economy,” by Walton Hamilton, 2 copies, Journal of Political Economy, November 1916
“Problems of Economic Instruction,” by Walton Hamilton, Journal of Political Economy, January 1917
“The Price-System and Social Policy,” by Walton Hamilton, 9 copies, Journal of Political Economy, January 1918
4 “The Place of Value Theory in Economics,” by Walton Hamilton, 13 copies, Journal of Political Economy, March 1918
“The Problem of Demobilization,” by Walton Hamilton, Journal of Political Economy, December 1918
“The Institutional Approach to Economic Theory,” by Walton H. Hamilton, American Economic Review, March 1919
“The Rate of Demobilization and The Labor Market,” by W.H. Hamilton, Academy of Political Science, 1919
5 “Reports on Education,” by Walton Hamilton, Amherst College, October 9, 1922
6 "A Theory of the Rate of Wages,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 3 copies, Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1922
7 “Freedom and Learning: An Address to the Graduating Class of Amherst College,” by Walton Hale Hamilton, 3 copies, May 31, 1923
8 “The Problem of Controlling Wages,” by Walton H. Hamilton, Bureau of Personnel Administration, November 16, 1923
9 “A Book of Book Reviews,” ed. By Walton H. Hamilton and John C. White, The Robert Brookings Graduate School of Economics and Government, 1926
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60 1 “Judicial Tolerance of Farmers’ Cooperatives,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 4 copies, Yale Law Review, May 1929
2 “Charles Horton Cooley,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 2 copies, Social Forces, December 1929
3 “Dissenting Opinion,” by Walton Hale Hamilton, Office of the Radio Committee: National League of Women Voters, May 13, 1930
4 “Affectation with Public Interest,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 2 copies, Yale Law Journal, June 1930
5 “The Meaning of Statistical Demand Curves,” by Henry Schulz, with compliments of the author, July 1, 1930
Notes and outlines on taxation, undated
6 6. “The World-Wide Depression: Ways Out,” discussed by Walton H. Hamilton, Henry S. Dennison, and Colonel Malcolm C. Rorty, with the Foreign Policy Association, 2 copies, January 31, 1931
7 “The Problem of Anti-Trust Reform,” by Walton H. Hamilton, Columbia Law Review, February 1932
8 “Our Social Responsibilities,” by Walton H. Hamilton, University of Chicago Press, March 19, 1932
“Land Utilization,” by M. L. Wilson, University of Chicago Press, April 16, 1932
9 Program of Concerts, Edison Phonograph and Records, 1932
10 Lecture by Walton Hale Hamilton for the Faculty of the Teachers College of Columbia University, April 20, 1932
11 "The Path of Due Process of Law,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 3 copies, Ethics, April 1938
12 Memorandum for Assistant Attorney General Arnold on Economic Opportunity and Free Enterprise, by Walton Hamilton, July 25, 1938
13 “Wanted: A Theory for Democracy,” What Are a Scholar’s Obligations in a Threatened Land? By Walton Hale Hamilton, Columbia University Quarterly, October 1940
14 “Common Right, Due Process and Antitrust,” by Walton Hamilton, Law and Contemporary Problems, Winter 1940
15 “The Special Competence of the Supreme Court,” by Walton H. Hamilton and George D. Braden, 4 copies, Yale Law Journal, June 1941
16 “On Dating Mr. Justice Holmes,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 8 copies, University of Chicago Law Review, December 1941
17 “Lament for the Horse Trade,” by Walton Hamilton, The Progressive, October 9, 1944
The Economic Man Affects A National Role,” by Walton H. Hamilton, American Economic Review, May 1946
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75 1 “On the Composition of the Corporate Veil,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 4 copies, Brandeis Lawyers’ Society, 1946
2 “What Is A Patent?” by Walton Hamilton and Irene Till, 13 copies, Law and Contemporary Problems, Spring 1948
3 Brief for the Government of Puerto Rico, in The Government of Puerto Rico v. The Secretary of Agriculture, The American Sugar Refining Co., et al., with Walton Hamilton as an Attorney for the Government of Puerto Rico, October Term, 1949
4 “The Constitution—Apropos of Crosskey,” by Walton H. Hamilton, 10 copies, University of Chicago Law School, Autumn 1953
5 “The Secret Diary of Harold L. Ickes Volume II: The Inside Struggle,” by Walton Hamilton, 12 copies, University of Chicago Law Review, Spring 1955
6 “The Politics of Industry,” by Walton Hamilton, 3 copies, 1956
7 “Cost Accounting, Political Economy, and the Law,” by Walton Hamilton, 4 copies, American Economic Review, May 1958
8 “Foreword: Legal Tolerance of Economic Power,” by Walton H. Hamilton, Georgetown Law Journal, Summer 1958
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76 1 “The Genius of the Radical,” by Walton Hamilton, undated
“High Time to Replace Sherman Act With More Suitable Instrument of Control,” by Walton Hamilton, undated
2 “Chief Justice Stone,” by Walton Hamilton, undated
3 “Medicine and the Antitrust Act: A Discussion of The Government’s Suit Against the American Medical Association,” by Walton H. Hamilton, undated
4 “War for War’s Sake,” by Walton Hamilton, 3 copies, undated
“What the Courts Can Do: Civil Rights in Verbal Jeopardy,” by Walton Hale Hamilton, undated
5 “The Smouldering Constitutional Crisis,” by Walton Hamilton, undated
6 “Patent Monopolies: A Matter of Concern to Consumers,” by Walton Hale Hamilton in collaboration with Judge Thurman Arnold and Ian M. MacKeigan, Q.C., 2 copies, The Regina Leader-Post and The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, undated
7 “Property,” by Irene Till, undated
8 “The Supreme Court in A Changing Economic Order,” by Walton H. Hamilton, undated
9 “Property Rights in the Market,” by Walton Hamilton, undated
10 “Humanizing Business Legal Relations,” undated

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Printed Materials and Essays

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27 1 “Translations and Reprints from the Original Sources of European History, English Manorial Documents,” ed. By Edward P. Cheyney, 1896
“The Forgotten Man- Rediscovered After Fifty Years,” 1919
“Sovereignty at the Crossroads, A Study of Bodin,” by Max Adams Shepherd, December 1930
“The Functions of Judge and Jury in the Interpretation of Statutes,” by Frederick J. De Sloovere, 1933
“The Mexican Railways under Workers’ Administration,” by Arthur W. MacMahon, Autumn 1941
“Bibliography of Thomas Reed Powell,” May 26, 1949
“Adam Smith and the Spirit of ‘76,” by J. M. Clark, undated
2 File marked “Early Stuff” containing essays by WHH and letter, 1897-1909
3 “Economics and Jurisprudence,” an address by Henry C. Adams, February 1897
“The Honorable George Wythe,” an address by Oscar L. Shewmake, December 18, 1921
“Business Taxes and the Federal Constitution,” by Thomas Reed Powell, November 9-13, 1925
“A Discussion of Justice of the Peace Courts in North Carolina,” an address by James McClamroch,. Jr., May 3, 1930
“The Constitution, Commerce and Controversy, A Discussion of Current Political Tendencies,” by Nathan William MacChesney, September 16, 1936
“Public Policy Toward Concentrations of Economic Power, discussion,” an address by Thurlow M. Gordon, November 9, 1939
“The Current current of the Commerce Clause and State Taxation, A Review of Supreme Court Decisions in 1939-1940,” by Thomas Reed Powell, September 9-12, 1940
An address of Mr. Justice William O. Douglas before the Brandeis Lawyers’ Society, November 21, 1945
“The Education of this Generation,” an address delivered at the inauguration of Bryn J. Hovde as President of the New School for Social Research, December 27, 1945
“The Wider Financing of Health Services Through Insurance, Need, Potential, and Implications of Compulsory Insurance,” by I.S. Falk, October 7-8, 1952
“Hospitalization and Insurance Among the Aged Persons,” by I.S. Falk, et al., October 23, 1952
“Teacher, Teach Thyself!” by Alexander Meiklejohn, undated
“The Economic Principles of the Democratic Party,” an address by John Dickinson, undated
4 “Alabama Justice Practice,” by A. Leo Oberdorfer, 1905
Shipstead Anti-Injunction Bill, as amended by the Sub-Committee of the Committee on the Judiciary of the United States Senate, December 12, 1927
“The O-Fallon Decision,” by Winthrop M. Daniels, October 1929
“Monopolistic Competition and Business Fluctuation,” with note from author, by H. L. McCracken, October 1938
“Multiple Domicils and Multiple Inheritance Taxes, A Possible Solution,” by D. J. Farage, February 1941
“The Elusiveness of Mr. Justice Holmes,” by Daniel J. Boorstin, September 1944
“The Humane Study of Law,” by Daniel J. Boorstin, April 1948
“The Economic Issues of Compulsory Health Insurance, Comment,” by I. S. Falk, November 1952
“Hospitalization Insurance and Hospital Utilization Among Aged Persons,” by I. S. Falk and Agnes W. Brewster, November 1952
“Participation of the United States of America with the Republics of Latin America in the Common Heritage of Roman and Civil Law,” with compliments of author, by H. Milton Colvin, undated
5 “Readings in Economics,” by F. M. Taylor, 1907
“Exercises in Value Theory,” by H. J. Davenport, 1908
“A Syllabus in Banking,” by George W. Dowrie, 1914
“Amherst College, Alumni Reading and Study in Economics, Book List on Industrialism,” February 1923
Student essay, “Was Clyde Griffiths Guilty of Murder in the First Degree?”, by Albert Levitt, November 10, 1926
Ten undated student essays
“Readings in Labor Problems,” no author, undated
6 “Protection and the Formation of Capital,” by Alvin S. Johnson, 1908
“Germany Under Protection,” British Consuls’ Report,” 1909-1910
“Dominance of the Trader in the English Coal Industry in the Seventeenth Century,” with compliments of the author, by John U. Nef, May 1929
“Cultural Anthropology and Psychiatry,” by E. Sapir, October-December 1932
“The Journal of Political Economy,” with compliments of the author, by James Laurence Laughlin, February 1934
“The Emergence of the Concept of Personality in A Study of Cultures,” by E. Sapir, 1934
“Andrew Carnegie, Educator,” by Alvin Johnson, January 1936
“Concepts of Taxable Income I & II,” with a message from the author, Paul H. Wueller, 1938
“Income and The Measurement of the Relative Capacities of the States,” with message from the author, P. H. Wueller, 1939
“Antitrust and the Big Buyer, Another Look at the A&P Case,” by Joel B. Dirlam and Alfred E. Kahn, April 1952
“The Du-Pont General Motors Decision, in the Antitrust Grain,” with compliments of the author, by Joel B. Dirlam and Irwin M. Stetzler, 1958
“Fact-Skepticism and Fundamental Law,” by Edmond Cahn, 1958
“The Uneasy Case for Progressive Taxation,” by Harry Kalven, Jr., and Walter J. Blum, undated
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28 1 “Discussion of Shoe Machinery, The Real Issue,” 1911
“Cooperation and Private Enterprise,” with compliments of the author, by Henry Clay, 1928
“Tennessee, A Lecture,” by Rev. H. S. Hamilton, 1935
“The Industrial Council for the Building Industry, the story of a revolution in industrial development,” by the Garton Foundation, undated
“The Dixie Jacket,” by H. S. Hamilton, undated
2 “Separation of Powers, Administrative Exercise of Legislative and Judicial Power,” by Thomas Reed Powell, 1913
“The Oregon Minimum Wage Cases,” by Thomas Reed Powell, 1917
“The Workmen’s Compensation Cases,” by Thomas Reed Powell, December 1917
“The Changing Law of Foreign Corporations,” by Thomas Reed Powell, December 1918
“To the American People, Report upon the Illegal Practices of the United States Department of Justice,” by R. H. Mossman, May 1920
“Major Constitutional Issues in 1920-1921,” by Thomas Reed Powell, 1921
“The Business Situs of Credits,” by Thomas Reed Powell, January 1922
“Child Labor, Congress, and the Constitution,” by Thomas Reed Powell, November 1922
“Political Science as Psychology,” with the compliments of the author, by Horace M. Kallen, May 1923
“Comment on Mr. Corwin’s Paper,” Thomas Reed Powell, May 1925
“Mr. Justice Brandeis and the Constitution,” with compliments of the author, by Felix Frankfurter, 1931
“Some Functional Aspects of Bankruptcy,” by William O. Douglas, January 1932
“My Philosophy of Law,” by Thomas Reed Powell, 1941
“Conscience and the Constitution,” by Thomas Reed Powell, 1941
“The War and Education in the United States,” by H. M. Kallen, November 1942
“Delaware Cases, 1792-1830, A Book Review,” by Zechariah Chafee, Jr., 1944
“Religious Education in Democratic Society,” by Horace M. Kallen, undated
3 “Separation of Powers, Administrative Exercise of Legislative and Judicial Power, Part I, The Delegation of Power to Act,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Political Science Quarterly, 1912
“An Imaginary Judicial Opinion,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Law Review, 1913
“Collective Bargainings before the Supreme Court,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Political Science Quarterly, September 1918
“The Supreme Court and the Constitution, 1919-1920,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Political Science Quarterly, September 1920
“How Philosophers May be Useful to Society,” by Thomas Reed Powell, International Journal of Ethics, April 1921
“The Processing Tax and the Social Security Act,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Brooklyn Law Review, January 1936
“New Lights on Gross Receipts Taxes, the Berwind-White Case,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Law Review, April 1940
“Leon Green, An Appreciation,” by Thurman W. Arnold, Illinois Law Review, April 1948
“Technology and Size,” by John M. Blair, American Economic Review, May 1948
“Postwar Trends in International Business Organization,” by Raymond Vernon, American Economic Review, May 1948
“Readings in Current Economic Problems,” by Walton Hale Hamilton, 1913
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29 1 “Public Capitalization of the Inheritance Tax,” by Alvin S. Johnson, Journal of Political Economy, February 1914
“Trade Unionism in the United States,” by Robert F. Hoxie, Journal of Political Economy, March 1914
“The Post-War Wages Problem,” by Henry Clay, The Economic Journal, March 1924
“Discussion, The Ethics of The Wealth of Nations,” by H. J. Davenport and reply to Glenn R. Morrow, Philosophical Review, November 1925
“Liberalism, Laissez-Faire, and Present Industrial Conditions,” by Henry Clay, The Hibbert Journal, July 1926
“The Delimitation and Measurability of Political Phenomena,” by G. E. G. Catlin, American Political Science Review, May 1927
“Human Nature and Social Economy,” by Rexford G. Tugwell, Journal of Philosophy, August 14, 1930
“The Doctrine of Rationalisation,” F. R. E. Mauldon, Economic Record, November 1931
“Congress’s Power to Prohibit Commerce, A Crucial Constitutional Issue,” by Edward S. Corwin, Cornell Law Quarterly, June 1933
“A Modern Judicial Mind, The Writings of the Rt. Hon. Lord Macmillan,” by Bernard L. Shientag, Columbia Law Review, April 1936
“The Struggle for the Control of Distribution,” by Corwin D. Edwards, Journal of Marketing, January 1937
“From Philadelphia to Philadelphia,” by Thomas Reed Powell, American Political Science Review, February 1938
2 “Economic Theory and ‘Social Reform,” no author, Journal of Political Economy, June 1915
“Internal Improvement Projects in Texas in the Fifties,” with compliments of the author, by Charles W. Ramsdell, Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 1915-1916
“The Logic and Rhetoric of Constitutional Law,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, November 21, 1918
“An Extension of Value Theory,” by David Friday, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 1922
“Legal Education and the Law-School Curriculum,” by John Dickinson, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, February 1931
“Legal Rules, Their Function in the Process of Decision, Their Application, and Elaboration,” by John Dickinson, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, May-June 1931
“An Imaginary Judicial Opinion,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Law Review, 1931
“Hegel’s Political Philosophy,” by George H. Sabine, Philosophical Review, May 1932
“Mr. Justice Holmes and Non-Euclidean Legal Thinking,” by Jerome Frank, Cornell Law Quarterly, June 1932
“Federal Spending Power and Delegation,” by Thomas A. Crown, George Washington Law Review, May 1937
“Legislative Control of Political Extremism in European Democracy,” by Karl Loewenstein, Columbia Law Review, April-May 1938
3 “A Patient Look at Doctors,” anonymous, Harper’s, November 1930
“Specialists at Large, An Inquiry into Certain Aspects of Medical Practice,” by Dorothy Dunbar Bromley, Harper’s, February 1931
The Columns (Cornell University Literary Magazine) dedicated to WHH by contributor, undated
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30 1 “The Changing Basis of Economic Responsibility,” by J. Maurice Clark, Journal of Political Economy, March 1916
“The War and the Supply of Capital,” by David Friday, American Economic Review supplement, March 1919
“The Theory of Production,” by Leo Wolman, American Economic Review, March 1921
“Two unpublished papers of Thorstein Veblen on the nature of peace,” by Joseph Dorfman, Political Science Quarterly, June 1932
“Types of Institutionalism,” by Abram L. Harris, Journal of Political Economy, December 1932
“An unpublished paper on the I.W.W. by Thorstein Veblen, introduction by Joseph Dorfman, Journal of Political Economy, December 1932
“Psychology and Public Policy,” by Edward S. Robinson, School and Society, April 19, 1933
Foreword (by Lawrence K. Frank) and Introduction (by John Dewey) to the volume Problems of Aging, Biological and Medical Aspects, 1939
2 “Investigation by the Board of Regents of the University of Texas Concerning the Conduct of Certain Members of the Faculty,” Bulletin of the University of Texas, October 20, 1916
“The Educational Plan for Bennington College,” 1929
Association of American Law Schools Handbook, 1944
3 “Business Acceleration and the Law of Demand, A Technical Factor in Economic Cycles,” by J. Maurice Clark, Journal of Political Economy, March 1917
“Soundings in Non-Euclidean Economics,” by John Maurice Clark, American Economic Review Supplement, March 1921
“Average or Marginal Costs for Tariff,” with the compliments of the author, by Kemper Simpson, Journal of Political Economy, August 1926
“Egyptian Cotton and the American Civil War,” by Edward Mead Earle, Political Science Quarterly, December 1926
“Political Science and the Juristic Point of View,” by George H. Sabine, American Political Science Review, August 1928
“Some Observations on Unemployment Insurance,” by Leo Wolman, American Economic Association, March 1929
“Trademarks and trade names,” with the compliments of the authors, by Milton Handler and Charles Pickett, Feb. and June 1930
“The National Industrial Recovery Act,” with compliments of the author, by Milton Handler, August 1933
“Walton Hamilton’s Patents and Free Enterprise,” by Anthony William Deller, Harvard Law Review, 1942
4 “The Confederate Government and the Railroads,” with compliments of the author, by Charles W. Ramsdell, American Historical Review, July 1917
“Law Making by Unofficial Minorities,” by Robert L. Hale, Columbia Law Review, April 1920
“Reviews of Democracy and Leadership, by Irving Babbitt, University of California, April 1925
“Can the Courts Aid Cooperative Marketing?” with compliments of the author, by Carl F. Arnold, Minnesota Law Review, 1930
“The Pragmatic Approach to Political Science,” with compliments of the author, by George H. Sabine, American Political Science Review, November 1930
“Theories of Majority Rule,” by John Gilbert Heinberg, American Political Science Review, June 1932
“The Regenerative Circuit Litigation,” by Alfred McCormack, Air Law Review, July 1934
“A Comparison of Industrial Growth in France and England from 1540 to 1640,” by John U. Nef, Journal of Political Economy, June, August, October 1936
“The Supreme Court and Judicial Administration,” by James Wm. Moore, Virginia Law Review, May 1942
“Does the Ghost of Smyth v. Ames Still Walk?” by Robert L. Hale, Harvard Law Review, May 1942
“Representatives of Their Own Choosing,” by Louis B. Boudin, Illinois Law Review, 1943
5 File on 1918 Thrift Campaign in Massachusetts, 1918
6 “Trade Relations and Agriculture,” by Robert S. Brookings, Country Life Press, 1927
Report of the Special Committee to Survey and Report Upon the Developments in Federal and State Regulation of Communication Utilities to be presented at the ABA Annual Meeting, July 15-16, 1935
Lawyers Guild Review, containing WHH’s review of the book Walter Clark, Fighting Judge by Aubrey Lee Brooks, September-Oct 1944
“Selecting a Jury,” by Harry Sabbath Bodin, American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education, Practicing Law Institute, 1946
“General Economics, the Literature of Political Economy and Social History,” by Leon Kramer, undated
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31 1 “Social Control in International Relations,” with compliments of the author, by Charles Horton Cooley, American Sociological Society, 1917
“Political Economy and Social Process,” with author’s compliments, by Charles H. Cooley, Journal of Political Economy, April 1918
“What Courts Do in Fact,” by Jerome Frank, Illinois Law Review, February 1932
“The Lawful Pursuit of Gain,” by Max Radin, American Economic Review, June 1932
“Popular Legislation in California,” by Max Radin, Minnesota Law Review, 1939
“The Influence of History Upon Sea Power, A Comment on American Naval Policy,” with compliments of the author, by A. Whitney Griswold, Journal of American Military Institute, Spring 1940
“In Defense of An Unsystematic Science of Law,” with compliments of the author, Yale Law Journal, June 8, 1942
“Are Trademarks an Antitrust Problem?” with compliments of the author, by Kurt Borchardt, Georgetown Law Journal, March 1943
“The Search for the Major Premise,” by Max Radin, Second Annual Conference held by the Stanford School of Humanities, August 11-12, 1944
“Legislative Supremacy and Congressional Reorganization,” by Kurt Borchardt, Georgetown Law Journal, March 1946
“Say it with Music,” by Jerome Frank, Harvard Law Review, 1948
“Paving the Way for Hitler,” by A. Whitney Griswold, undated
2 “The Place of Economic Theory in Graduate Work,” by James A. Field, Journal of Political Economy, January 1917
“Mr. Justice Brandeis, A Student of Social and Economic Science,” with compliments of the author, by Alpheus T. Mason, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, April 1931
“The First Phase of the National Industrial Recovery Act, 1933,” with compliments of the author, by Arthur Robert Burns, Political Science Quarterly, June 1934
“The British Background of Burke’s Political Philosophy,” by Mario Einaudi, Political Science Quarterly, December 1934
“Considering the Historic Importance of Edward Livingston,” by Mitchell Franklin, Tulane Law Review, 1937
“The Restatement of the Law of Property,” by William R. Vance, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, December 1937
“The Evolution of the Concept of the Just War in International Law,” by Joachim von Elbe, American Journal of International Law, October 1939
“The New Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure,” by George H. Dession, Yale Law Journal, June 1946
3 “Two Addresses in Memory of Robert Franklin Hoxie,” by James Alfred Field, The University Record, January 1917
The American Economic Review, March 1921
The American Economic Review, June 1921
The American Economic Review, March 1923
“Legal Research,” by Karl N. Llewllyn, American Law School Review, March 1930
“The Eightieth Birthday of William Henry Welch,” the Addresses delivered at the ceremonies in Memorial Continental Hall, April 8, 1930
Memorial Addresses Delivered at the Brookings Institution in memoriam of Robert Somers Brookings, May 19, 1933
“Judge Elbert H. Gray (1846-1927), His Life and Influence upon American Industry,” by Irving S. Olds, 1947
Proceedings of the Bar and Officers of the Supreme Court of the United States
Proceedings before the Supreme Court of the United States in Memory of Wiley Blount Rutledge, April 10, 1951
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32 1 “Constitutional Law in 1918-1919,” by Thomas Reed Powell, American Political Science Review, November 1918
“The Logic and Rhetoric of Constitutional Law,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Journal of Philosophy, Psychology, and Scientific Methods, November 21, 1918
“Supreme Court Decisions on Federal Power over Commerce, 1910-1914,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Minnesota Law Review, January-Feb 1922
“An Imaginary Judicial Opinion,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Law Review, 1931
“The Supreme Court and Constitutional Law,” by Thomas Reed Powell, The American Yearbook, 1936
2 2. “The Cheapest Source of Increased Food Supplies,” with compliments of the author, by Professor E. G. Nourse, The Scientific Monthly, February 1918
“A Comprehensive Plan for Railroad Consolidation,” by John E. Oldham, The Nation’s Business, February 1920
“Instinct and Capacity,” by C. E. Ayres, Journal of Philosophy, October 13, 1921
“The New Problem of Administration,” by John M. Gaus, Minnesota Law Review, February 1924
“The Gold-Exchange Standard,” by J. Laurence Laughlin, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1927
“Experiments with New Type Law Tests,” by Charles E. Clark, Journal of Society of Public Teachers of Law, 1928
“Quality versus Quantity in University Faculties,” by Yandell Henderson, Science, September 6, 1929
“New Liberties for Old,” by Carl L. Becker, Journal of Social Philosophy, January 1936
“Lawmaking by Private Groups,” with compliments of the author, by Louis L. Jaffe, Harvard Law Review, 1937
“The ‘Consumer’ and ‘Public’ Interests under Public Regulation,” by Ben W. Lewis, Journal of Political Economy, February 1938
“Francis Lieber, German Scholar in America,” with compliments of the authors, by Joseph Dorfman and Rexford Guy Tugwell, September-Dec 1938
“Declaratory Judgments and Insurance Litigation,” by Edwin M. Borchard, Illinois Law Review, November 1939
“Virginia Takes the Road to Revolution,” by William E. Dodd, Spirit of ‘76, undated
3 “The Logic and Rhetoric of Constitutional Law,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Journal of Philosophy and Scientific Methods, November 21, 1918
“Judicial Review of Legislation under the Austrian Constitution of 1920,” by J. A. C. Grant, American Political Science Review, August 1934
“Economic Implications of the Report of the Royal Commission on Price Spreads,” by K. W. Taylor, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, August 1935
“The Incidence of Judicial Control over Congress,” by Henry W. Edgerton, Cornell Law Quarterly, 1937
“The Duty of Disclosure in Parliamentary Investigation, A Comparative Study,” by Henry W. Ehrmann, University of Chicago Law Review, February 1944
“The Future Organizational Pattern, The Executive Branch,” by Arthur W. MacMahon, The American Political Science Review, December 1944
“Transitional Price Control,” by Albert Lauterbach, Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, December 1944
“Resources of the Continental Shelf,” by Edwin Borchard, American Journal of International Law, January 1946
“The Next Step Beyond Equity-The Declaratory Action,” by Edwin Borchard, University of Chicago Law Review, February 1946
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33 1 “Latin and the Liberal College,” by Henry W. Litchfield, The Classical Journal, October 1918
“The British Coal Strike and After,” with compliments of author, by William H. Wynne, Journal of Political Economy, June 1927
“World Prices and Trade Barriers,” by Henry Clay, Journal of Textile Institute, 1928
“Some Advantages of Letters of Credit,” by K.N. Llewellyn, Journal of Business, January 1929
“Capitalism in Recent German Literature, Sombart and Weber,” by Talcott Parsons, Journal of Political Economy, February 1929
“The Penetrative Powers of the Price System,” by H.A. Innis, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, August 1938
“Contribution Among Joint Tortfeasors,” by Harvard Law Review Association, Harvard Law Review, May 1941
“Railroads as an Economic Force in American Development,” by Leland H. Jenks, Journal of Economic History, May 1944
“Public Rides to Private Schools,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Educational Review, Spring 1947
“Rate Conferences in the Railroad Industry Under the Sherman Act and the Act to Regulate Commerce,” by John Dickinson, Law and Contemporary Problems, Summer 1947
“Judicial Review of Price Control, The Battle of Meat Regulations,” by Jacob D. Hyman and Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Illinois Law Review, November-Dec 1947
“More Ado About Gross Receipt Taxes,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Law Review, 1947
“A Summary,” by K.W. Taylor, undated
2 “Coercing a State to Pay a Judgment, Va. v. West Va.,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Michigan Law Review, November 1918
“The President’s Veto of the Budget Bill,” Thomas Reed Powell, National Municipal Review, September 1920
“Commerce, Congress, and the Supreme Court, 1922-1925,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Columbia Law Review, April-May 1926
“Social, Legal, and Ethical Responsibility,” by Paul Weiss, Ethics, July 1947
“Conflict, Consensus, Confirmed Trends and other Choices,” by Arthur W. MacMahon, American Political Science Review, February 1948
“The Abolition of the Federal Inheritance Tax,” by Thomas Reed Powell, undated
3 “The Function and Problems of Economic Theory,” by C.E. Ayres, Journal of Political Economy, January 1918
“Commercial Banking and Capital Formation,” with compliments of author, by Myron W. Watkins, Journal of Political Economy, July 1919
“The Sherman Act, Its Design and Its Effect,” by Myron W. Watkins, Quarterly Journal of Economics, November 1928
“The Economic Philosophy of Antitrust Legislation,” with compliments of author, by Myron W. Watkins, The Annals, January 1930
“The Living School,” with compliments of author, by Frank Tannenbaum, Journal of Adult Education, January 1933
“Basis of Economic Statesmanship,” with compliments of author, by C.E. Ayres, American Economic Review, June 1933
“Business and the Law,” by Myron W. Watkins, Journal of Political Economy, April 1934
“The Literature of the Crisis,” with compliments of author, by M.W. Watkins, May 1938
“An American Commonwealth of Nations,” by Frank Tannenbaum, Foreign Affairs, July 1944
“The Balance of Power in Society,” with compliments of author, by Frank Tannenbaum, Political Science Quarterly, 1946
“The Anvil of American Foreign Policy,” by Frank Tannenbaum, Political Science Quarterly, 1948
4 “Memorandum on the Industrial Situation After the War,” by The Garton Foundation, January 1919
“The Farm Chemurgic,” by William J. Hale, 1934
“Industrial Price Policies,” by the Public Affairs Committee Incorporated, 1938
“The Crisis of the Free Market,” by F.A. Harper, 1945
“Inter-American Copyright Relations, The Inter-American Convention on the Rights of the Author in Literary, Scientific, and Artistic Works- The Advisability of Ratification by the United States,” by John Schulman, June 22, 1946
“The Corporation and the Republic,” by Scott Buchanan, undated
Reprint of “The Constitution of the United States of America"
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34 1 “The Industrial Outlook: with Special Reference to the Problem of Nationalisation,” by Henry Clay, Devon and Cornwall Association for Industrial and Commercial Reconstruction, 1919-1920
Unemployment Scores, by Morris L. Cooke, A Paper Presented at A Meeting of the Taylor Society, May 19, 1921
“Jeremy Bentham,” by Professor Graham Wallace, Foundation Oration, March 23, 1922
“Some Economic Factors in an American Agricultural Policy,” by E.G. Nourse, Journal of Farm Economics, January 1925
Highlights in an Address by John E. Edgerton, National Association of Manufacturers, October 24, 1928
“The Abdication of Democracy,” by Nicholas Murray Butler, Commencement for Columbia University, June 1, 1938
Address by Professor Philip Cabot at Final Meeting of Business Executives’ Discussion Group, 1936-1937
Statement on Life Insurance Delivered before the Temporary National Economic Committee, by Sumner T. Pike, February 28, 1941
“Patents and Monopoly,” by Edward Levi, Casper Ooms, and Bernard Thiess, University of Chicago Round Table, August 5, 1945
“Legal Aspects of Contempt Citizen,” by Hon. Ellis E. Patterson, House of Representatives, April 15, 1946
Addison C. Harris Lectures, delivered by Leon Green, David W. Peck, and Harold A. Smith, October-Nov 1957
Dedication Address, by Leon Green, with compliments of the author, December 1957
Report of Foreign Antitrust Laws on United States Business, by E. Ernest Goldstein, UT Austin Law School, April 15, 1958
Footnotes, undated
“The World, Its Debts, and the Rich Men,” by H.G. Wells, with compliments of author, undated
“Locke and Cultural Pluralism,” with compliments of author, undated
“The Trend of Thought in Physics,” undated
2 “Justice and the Poor,” by Reginald Heber Smith, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1919
The Southern Review, Louisiana State University, July 1935
3 “The Place of Agriculture in Modern Industrial Society,” by Edward G. Nourse, Journal of Political Economy, June 1919
“The Development of Science,” by Lawrence K. Frank, Journal of Philosophy, 1924
“The Investigative Function of Congress,” by George B. Galloway, American Political Science Review, February 1927
“Law Enforcement and Citizenship,” by W.B. Swaney, Virginia Law Review, May 1928
“The Aviation Industry,” by Myron W. Watkins, Journal of Political Economy, February 1931
“A Realistic Approach to the Study of Insolvency Law,” by Thomas Clifford Billig and Melba Stucky Billig, Cornell Law Quarterly, June 1931
“The Relation of General Ecology to Human Ecology,” by C.C. Adams, Ecology, July 1935
“The Economic Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson,” by Joseph Dorfman, Political Science Quarterly, March 1940
“The Constitution in Transition,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Edmund James Lectures on Government, 1941
“Treaties and Executive Agreements - A Reply,” by Edwin Borchard, Yale Law Review, June 1945
“The Antitrust Laws and Monopoly,” by Edward H. Levi, University of Chicago Law Review, February 1947
4 American Bar Association Journal, April 1941
“What’s Wrong with Our Patent System?” by Jerome Frank, The Saturday Evening Post, November 28, 1942
The Nation, May 8, 1943
The Freeman, November 5, 1951
“Sedition Circa 400 B.C.” by Alexander Meiklejohn, The Nation, April 23, 1955
5 “Chinese Social Institutions As A Foundation for Republican Government,” by Edward T. Williams, American Historical Association, 1916
“Patent Pools and the Antitrust Laws,” by David L. Podell and Benjamin S. Kirsh, American Bar Association Journal, August 1927
“Issues in Economic Theory, An Attempt to Clarify,” by Paul T. Homan, Quarterly Journal of Economics, May 1928
“The Medical Revolution, A Study in the Humanization of Science,” by Glenn Frank, Surgery, Gynecology, and Obstetrics, January 1930
“Labor Legislation in the Thirteenth Southern States,” by Addison T. Cutler, Southern Economic Journal, January 1941
“American Participation in the International Steel Cartel,” by Ervin Hexner, Southern Economic Journal, July 1941
“John R. Commons’ Point of View,” with compliments of author, by Kenneth H. Parsons, Journal of Land & Public Utility Economics, August 1942
“Rivals and Interlopers in the History of the New York Security Market,” with compliments of author, by George Garvy, Journal of Political Economy, June 1944
“Is White Collar Crime Crime?” with compliments of author, by Edwin H. Sutherland, American Sociological Review, April 1945
Letter to the Editor, American Historical Review, April 1945
“The Liberal College in a Secular World,” by Elbridge Sibley, Journal of Higher Education, February 1946
“The Puzzle of the Paid Physicians,” by Michael M. Davis, The Modern Hospital, June 1953
“Hospital Income Will Come from Everybody,” with compliments of author, by Michael M. Davis, The Modern Hospital, February 1958
“Our Equivocal Constitutional Guaranties,” by Robert L. Hale, undated
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35 1 Miscellaneous news clippings, 1910s
“Stock Dividends, Direct Taxes, and The Sixteenth Amendment,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Columbia Law Review, 1920
“Alien Land Cases in United States Supreme Court,” by Thomas Reed Powell, California Law Review, May 1924
“Due Process Tests of State Taxation,” by Thomas Reed Powell, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, April 1926
“Commerce, Pensions, and Codes,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Harvard Law Review, 1935
“Some Aspects of Constitutionalism and Federalism,” by Thomas Reed Powell, North Carolina Law Review, December 1935
“Income from Sales of Investments,” by Thomas Reed Powell, National Tax Association, undated
“The Macallen Case,” by Thomas Reed Powell, National Income Tax Magazine, undated
2 “Early History of American Auctions - A Chapter in Commercial History,” by Ray Bert Westerfield, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, May 1920
“The Misuse of Instinct in the Social Sciences,” with compliments of author, by L. L. Bernard, The Psychological Review, March 1921
“The Like Minded Group,” by G.E.G. Catlin, The Philosophical Review, May 1927
“Federal Organization of Legal Functions,” by Carl Brent Swisher, The American Political Science Review, December 1939
“The Commerce Clause in the Constitutional Convention and in the Contemporary Comment,” by Albert S. Abel, Minnesota Law Review, 1941
“The Roots of Totalism,” with compliments of author, by Goetz A. Briefs, Fordham University Quarterly, March 1944
“Cartels and the International Exchange of Technology,” with compliments of author, by Robert P. Terrill, American Economic Review, May 1946
“The Revolt Against Formalism in American Social Thought of the Twentieth Century,” with compliments of author, by Morton G. White, April 1947
3 “The Supreme Court and The Constitution, 1919-1920,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Political Science Quarterly, September 1920
“Umpiring the Federal System, 1922-1924,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Political Science Quarterly, March 1925
“Protecting Property & Liberty,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Political Science Quarterly, September 1925
“An Appraisal of the Work of the Federal Trade Commission,” by Myron W. Watkins, Columbia Law Review, February 1932
“The Incidence of Judicial Control Over Congress,” by Henry W. Edgerton, Cornell Law Quarterly, 1937
4 “Price Economics versus Welfare Economics,” by Frank A. Fetter, American Economic Review, September 1920
“The Coal Operator and the Coal Miner —A Partnership,” address of J.G. Bradley before the West Virginia Coal Mining Institute, December 5, 1922
“Wages and Industry,” by J.A. Graves, Tracts for Today, 1923
“Democracy’s Third Estate, The Consumer,” by Robert S. Lynd, Political Science Quarterly, 1936
“Young Raps ‘Banking Control,” by Robert Young, Railway Age, March 9, 1946
“The Role of Expert Testimony in the Trial of Negligence Issues,” by Clarence Morris, Texas Law Review, 1947
“Resources - An Evolving Concept,” with compliments of author, by Erich W. Zimmerman, undated
5 “Tariff Making in Great Britain and the Dominions,” with compliments of author, by Henry Chalmers, American Academy of Political and Social Review, January 1929
“Programmatic Research and Agricultural Policy,” by Charles M. Hardin, Journal of Farm Economics, May 1947
“Political Influence and Agricultural Research,” by Charles M. Hardin, American Political Science Review, August 1947
“Man for Himself, An Inquiry into the Psychology of Ethics, by Erich Fromm,” with compliments of author, by Ruth Nanda Anshen, The Philosophical Review, September 1948
“Cold War Taxation Policy,” by Randolph E. Paul, Tax Law Review, November 1948
“The Equal Protection of the Laws,” by Joseph Trussman and Jacobus Tenrock, California Law Review, September 1949
“Errors in the Concept of Countervailing Power,” by Simon N. Whitney, Journal of Business of the University of Chicago, October 1953
“The United Nations Draft Convention on Restrictive Business Practices,” by Martin Domke, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, January 1955
“Markets, Competition, and Monopolistic Tendencies in Merger Cases,” by Irston R. Barnes, Marquette Law Review, Fall 1956
“The Legal Aspects of the Egyptian Blockade of the Suez Canal,” by Simcha Dinitz, The Georgetown Law Review, Winter 1956
“Justice William Cushing and the Treaty-Making Power,” with compliments of author, by F. William O’Brien, Vanderbilt Law Review, February 1957
“Mr. Justice Reed and Democratic Pluralism,” by William O’Brien, Georgetown Law Review, Spring 1957
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36 1 “America and the Life of Reason,” with compliments of author, by Horace M. Kallen, Journal of Philosophy, September 29-Oct 13, 1921
“Desire, Choice, and Purpose from a Nature-Evolutionary Standpoint,” with compliments of author, by Morris Copeland, Psychological Review, July 1926
“The Federal Trade Commission, A Critical Survey,” with compliments of author, by Myron W. Watkins, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1926
“Economics and Sociology, Marshall in Relation to the Thought of his Time,” with compliments of author, by Talcott Parsons, Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 1932
“Political Behavior,” with compliments of author, by Gabriel Almond and Harold D. Lasswell, American Political Science Review, August 1934
“Verbal References and Physiological Changes During the Psychoanalytic Interview,” with compliments of author, by Harold D. Lasswell, January 1935
“Mr. Justice Brandeis, The Great American,” with compliments of author, by Irving Dillard, 1941
2 “How Philosophers May Be Useful to Society,” by Thomas Reed Powell, International Journal of Ethics, April 1921
“More Light for Competition,” with compliments of author, by Leverett S. Lyon, Social Forces, December 1927
“The Higher Law’ Background of American Constitutional Law,” by Edward S. Corwin, Harvard Law Review, 1929
“Extra-Judicial Administration of Insolvent Estates, A Study of Recent Cases,” by Thomas Clifford Billig, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, January 1930
“William of Occam and The Higher Law,” with compliments of author, by Max A. Shepherd, American Political Science Review, February 1933
“The Process of Industrial Concentration,” with compliments of author, by Arthur Robert Burns, The Quarterly Law Review, February 1933
“Are Publishers Important?” by Curtice Hitchcock, Journal of Adult Education, June 1937
“The Organization of Industry and The Theory of Prices,” with compliments of author, by Arthur Robert Burns, Journal of Political Economy, October 1937
“Truth and Fiction About the Fourteenth Amendment,” by Louis B. Boudin, New York University Law Quarterly, November 1938
“The Natural Law, Precedent, and Thurman Arnold,” by Edward H. Levi, Virginia Law Review, April 1938
“Has Competition Declined?” by W.H.S. Stevens, Journal of Marketing, April 1939
“The Emergence of New Property Conceptions in America,” by Wilbert E. Moore, Journal of Legal and Political Sociology, April 1943
“An American Dilemma,” with compliments of author, by Frank Tannenbaum, Political Science Quarterly, 1944
3 “An Index Number of Production,” by Walter W. Stewart, American Economic Review, March 1921
“A Method of Handling Curvilinear Correlation for Any Number of Variables,” by Mordecai Ezekiel, American Statistical Association, December 1924
“The Wisconsin Unemployment Reserve Law,” by Paul A. Raushenbush, Quarterly Bulletin of the New York State Conference on Social Work, April 1933
“Postponement of Wisconsin Unemployment Reserves Law,” by Industrial Commission of Wisconsin, June 5, 1933
“The Laissez-Faire State in Relation to the National Economy,” with compliments of author, by Clem Linnenberg, Jr., Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, December 1943
“Implied Limitations on Regulatory Powers in Administrative Law,” by Hans J. Morgenthau, University of Chicago Law Review, February 1944
“St. Robert Bellarmine On The Indirect Power,” with compliments of author, by John Courtney Murray, Jr., Theological Studies, December 1948
“Corporate Dissolution and the Antitrust Laws,” by Robert Hamilton, University of Chicago Law Review, Spring 1954
“What Every Lawyer Should Know About...Patent Law,” by Benton Baker, Illinois Bar Journal, April 1954
4 “Judicial Law Making as Exemplified in Industrial Arbitration,” by James H. Tufts, Columbia Law Review, May 1921
“Wilsonianism,” with compliments of author, by William E. Dodd, Political Science Quarterly, March 1923
“Labor in The United States,” by Sidney Hillman, St. Louis Dispatch, 1929
“Administrative Agencies and the Law,” by Roscoe Pound, American Affairs, April 1946
“Some Reflections on the Reading of Statutes,” by Felix Frankfurter, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1947
“Primitives and Peasants in Industry,” by Wilbert E. Moore, Social Research, March 1948
“Theoretical Aspects of Industrialization,” by Wilbert E. Moore, Social Research, September 1948
“The Big Case, Procedural Problems in Antitrust Litigation,” with compliments of author, by Breck P. McAllister, Harvard Law Review, 1950
“Fred M. Taylor,” by Z. Clark Dickinson, Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review, December 6, 1952
“An Almanac of Liberty,” by William O. Douglas, Iowa Law Review, Summer 1955
“Thus Spake the Professor of Statistics,” with compliments of author, by Arthur J. Burns, undated
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37 1 “Some Reflections on the English Romantic Revival,” with compliments of author, by Richard Foster Jones, Washington University Studies, 1922
“The History of American Immigration as a Field for Research,” with compliments of the author, by Marcus L. Hansen, American Historical Review, April 1927
“Mexican Labor in the U.S. Imperial Valley,” by Paul S. Taylor, University of California Publications in Economics, 1928
“Mexican Labor in the U.S. Racial School Statistics, California 1927,” by Paul S. Taylor, University of California Publications in Economics, 1929
“Mexican Labor in the U.S., Valley of the South Platte, Colorado,” by Paul S. Taylor, University of California Publications in Economics, 1929
2 “The Change in Trust Policy,” with compliments of author, by Myron W. Watkins, Harvard Law Review, 1922
“The Standard Error of a Forecast from a Curve,” with compliments of the author, by Henry Schultz, American Statistical Association, June 1930
“The Lanza Rule of Successive Prosecutions,” with compliments of author, by J.A.C. Grant, Columbia Law Review, December 1932
“Some Reflections on ‘The Nature and Significance of Economics,” with compliments of author, by Talcott Parsons, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1934
“Consent Decrees and Antitrust Administration,” with compliments of author, by Milton Katz, Harvard Law Review, 1940
“Public Health at the Crossroads,” with compliments of author, by C.E.A. Winslow, American Journal of Public Health, undated
3 Book reviews, The New Republic, April 4, 1923
The New Republic, January 18, 1943
4 Yale Law Journal, Devoted to the Usual Branches of Anglo-American Law and Practice and also to Jurisprudence, Legislation, and Comparative Law, June 1922
“The State in the New Social Order,” by Harold J. Laski, December 1922
“The Supreme Court and Minimum Wage,” by Rev. John A. Ryan, 1923
“Aviation-Gasoline Plants and Facilities, Report of the Surplus Property Administration to the Congress,” January 14, 1946
“The Judicial Process, Illustrated by Cases from the Supreme Court Reporter,” selected by Walton Hamilton, 1947
“The Jerome Davis Case,” American Federation of Teachers, undated
“In Defense of Democracy,” by John U. Nef, undated
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38 1 “Two Tasks of Education,” by Lawrence K. Frank, School and Society, June 17, 1922
“A Theory of Business Cycles,” by Lawrence K. Frank, Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1923
“Long Term Price Trends,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, Quarterly Publication of American Statistical Association, September 1923
“An Institutional Analysis of the Law,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, Columbia Law Review, May 1924
“The Significance of Industrial Integration,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, Journal of Political Economy, April 1925
“Law Enforcement- An Attempt at Social Dissection,” by Thurman W. Arnold, Yale Law Journal, November 1932
“Theories about Economic Theory,” by Thurman Arnold, The Annals (2 copies), March 1934
“Trial by Combat and the New Deal,” by Thurman W. Arnold, Harvard Law Review, 1934
“Mental Security,” a chapter by Lawrence K. Frank, Implications of Social Economic Goals for Education (2 copies), September 1937
“Dilemma of Leadership,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, Psychiatry: Journal of the Biology and Pathology of Interpersonal Relations, August 1939
“Projective Methods for the Study of Personality,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, Journal of Psychology, 1939
“Public Spirit and American Improvements,” by Carter Goodrich, Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1948
“The Virginia System of Mixed Enterprise: A Study of State Planning of Internal Improvements,” by Carter Goodrich, Political Science Quarterly, September 1949
“The Revulsion Against Internal Improvements,” with compliments of author, by Carter Goodrich, Journal of Economic History, November 1950
“Local Government Planning of Internal Improvements,” by Carter Goodrich, Political Science Quarterly, September 1951
“Public Aid to Railroads in the Reconstruction South,” by Carter Goodrich, Political Science Quarterly, September 1956
“American Development Policy: The Case for Internal Improvements,” with compliments of author, by Carter Goodrich, Journal of Economic History, December 1956
2 “The Problem of Industry, A New Zealand attempt at a solution, resulting in The Companies’ Empowering Act, 1924,” by Harry Valder, Rotary Club of Hamilton, New Zealand, 1924
“The Problem of Handling Surpluses of Farm Products,” by Mordecai Ezekiel, Senior Agricultural Economist of the Bureau of Agricultural Economics, American Farm Economic Association, December 28, 1928
“Is the Modern Housewife A Lady of Leisure?” by Hildegarde Kneeland, Bureau of Home Economics, Survey-Graphic Magazine, June 1, 1929
Dissent in United Railways and Electric Co. vs. Harold E. West, and Harold E. West vs. United Railways and Electric Co., January 6, 1930
“The Educational Frontier,” Progressive Education Booklet No. 13, by the Progressive Education Association, 1939
“John Dewey and the Promise of America,” Progressive Education Booklet No. 14, by the Progressive Education Association, 1939
“Beard’s Republic in a World of Nations,” with compliments of author, Alexander H. Pekelis, 1943
“The Family as Cultural Agent,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, Living, February 1940
“Jewish Right, Christian Power,” with compliments of author, by Horace M. Kallen, Contemporary Jewish Record, December 1943
“The Role of the Court Expert in Patent Litigation,” U.S. Government Printing Office, 1958
“Battles of Chattanooga Vicinity, A Monograph,” Chattanooga Community Association, undated
“Historic Facts about Jonesboro, Tennessee’s Oldest Town,” Jonesboro Kiwanis Club, undated
“The Sickness of an Acquisitive Society,” by R.H. Tawney, 1920 (?) or undated
3 “The New Literature of Approach,” by Roland Hugins, The Open Court, October 1922
“The Constitution of the United States at the End of One Hundred Fifty Years,” Introduction by Hugh Evander Willis, Social Science Series, 1939
“Research in the Use of the Government, An Outline of Suggested Research Topics,” Committee on Public Administration, 1940
“Constitutional Metaphors,” A Review of James M. Beck’s The Constitution of the United States, originally published in The New Republic, February 11, 1925, 1941
“Synthetic Rubber, International Relations, Patents,” A statement by the Standard Oil Co., as presented by W.S. Farish, President, before the Senate Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program, Spring 1942
“Wartime ‘Prosperity’ and the Future,” by Wesley G. Mitchell, National Bureau of Economic Research, March 1943
“Liberal Education, Fact, and Fiction,” by Alvin Johnson, address before Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science of the New School for Social Research, June 15, 1945
4 “Constitutional Law in 1921-1922,” by Thomas Reed Powell (3 copies), Michigan Law Review, 1923
5 “The Challenge of Waste,” by Stuart Chase, League for Industrial Democracy, 1922
“The Remaking of Man, British History in the Nineteenth Century, 1792-1902,” by George Macauley Trevelyan, 1922
“The Challenge of War, An Economic Interpretation,” by Norman Thomas with attached letter, League for Industrial Democracy, 1923
“The Case Against Proportional Representation,” with compliments of author, by Herman Finer, May 1924
“The Emancipation of Economics,” with compliments of author, by Lawrence K. Frank, undated
“Mr. Justice Brandeis and the University of Louisville,” by Bernard Flexner, 1938
“The Truth About Columbia Tennessee Cases,” by Clark H. Foreman, Southern Conference for Human Welfare, undated
“A Proposal in Legal Education,” The Institute of Legal Studies, no author (3 copies), undated
“Wanted!! A Practical Solution to Britain’s Industrial Problem,” with compliments of authors, by Frank Harty and Harry Valder, undated
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39 1 “Methods in Social Science, Three Reviews of the Rice Book,” by A.B. Wolfe (2 copies), Journal of Political Economy, October 1931
International Journal of Economics, January 1933
2 2. “An Outline of The American Labor Movement, A Syllabus for Study Classes,” by Leo Wolman, New School for Social Research, 1923
“Report of the Economic and Wage Commission (1925) in the Union of South Africa,” with compliments of sender, Cape Town Government Printers, 1926
“The Abolition of Unemployment,” with note from author, by Frank D. Graham, March 1932
“Historical Units of Agencies of the First World War,” by Elizabeth B. Drewry, Bulletins of National Archives, 1934
“Economic Research and The Needs of the Times,” with compliments of author, by Wesley C. Mitchell, 24th Annual Report of the National Bureau of Economics Research, April 1944
“The British Labour Movement, A Syllabus for Study Classes,” by G.D.H. Cole, Workers Education Bureau of America, undated
“A Study of Miami Grocery Prices,” by Reinhold P. Wolff, A Bulletin of The University of Miami Coral Gables, Florida, 1941
“The Case for the Constitutionality of the Pepper Anti-Poll Tax Bill,” with attached letter from Eleanor Bontecou, Research Director for the National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, September 17, 1942
“The National Bureau of Economic Research, Its Purpose, Organization, Program, and Publications,” from the Bureau, undated
3 “A Constructive Immigration Policy,” by Maurice R. Davie, Yale University Press, 1923
“Against ‘Equal Rights’ by Constitutional Amendment, A Reply,” by Gladys Harrison, Committee on the Legal Status of Women, National League of Women Voters, December 1928
“Price Control Devices in NRA Codes,” by George Terborgh, Brookings Institution, 1934
“Employment Security in Ohio,” by Bureau of Unemployment Compensation, 1941
“The Patent System in Post-War Economy,” by Max W. Zabel, 1943
“Optical Goods, Investigation into an Alleged Combine in the Manufacture and Sale of Optical Goods in Canada,” April 24, 1948
“Security Risks in Government,” by Martin Packman including attached Brief of Report, Editorial Research Reports, 1954
Leader-Post & The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, undated
“The Twelve Inch Shelf,” prepared by John W. Herring and Ethel C. Phillips, American Committee on Economic Policy, undated
4 “The Conservation of Food,” essay, undated
“The Problem of Bituminous Coal,” undated
“Economics of Reconstruction,” essay, undated
“Peace and the Industrial Crisis,” essay, undated
“Mayonnaise and Salad Dressing, Emergency in an Expanding Market,” book chapter, undated
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40 1 “Exercises in Current Economic Problems,” no author (3 copies), 1924
2 “The Social Philosophy of Mr. Bertrand Russell,” with compliments of author, by William Orton, American Economic Review, June 1924
“Constructive Dissent from Present Political Degradation,” by C.H. Whelden, Jr., Social Forces, October 1930
“Labor in 1931,” by David J. Saposs, American Journal of Sociology, May 1932
“The Law As A Career,” by Francis T. P. Plimpton, Phillips Exeter Monthly, March 1933
“An Experiment in the Study of Comparative Law,” with compliments of author, by Milton Handler, American Bar Association Journal, May 1931
“What is the International Labor Problem,” by Lewis L. Lorwin, The Annals, November 1933
“Recent Tendencies in American Political Science,” by Walter James Shepard, Politica, February 1934
“Soviet Agricultural Policy,” with compliments of author, by Lazar Volin, Journal of Farm Economics, February 1937
“The Nature and Exercise of Legislative Power, A Phase of The American Doctrine of The Separation of Powers,” with compliments of author, by Charles Aikin, Georgetown Law Journal, March 1938
“Henry Carter Adams, Critic of Laissez-Faire,” with compliments of author, by Lazar Volin, Journal of Social Philosophy, April 1938
“The Ghost of Captain Kid,” with compliments of author, by Richard B. Morris, New York History, July 1938
“Social Medicine As A Field for Social Research,” by Michael M. Davis, American Journal of Sociology, September 1938
3 “The Distortion of Economic Incentive,” with compliments of author, by Rexford Guy Tugwell, International Journal of Ethics, April 1924
“Henry Vethake, A Chapter in The Development of The Higher Learning in The United States,” by Joseph Dorfman and Rexford Guy Tugwell, Columbia University Quarterly, December 1933
“Documents, An Unpublished Memorandum of Thorstein Veblen on Government Regulation of the Food Supply,” by Joseph Dorfman, Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, March 1933
“Has Competition Declined?” by W.H.S. Stevens, Journal of Marketing, April 1939
“The Constitutional Status of the Independent Regulatory Commission,” with compliments of author, by Robert E. Cushman, Cornell Law Quarterly, December 1938-Feb. 1939
“Constructive Contempt, A Post-Mortem,” by Raoul Berger, University of Chicago Law Review, June 1942
“The Independent Regulatory Commission,” by R.E. Cushman (reviewed by W.H.S. Stevens), American Economic Review, September 1944
“The Regal Republic of John Adams,” by Joseph Dorfman, Political Science Quarterly, 1944
“Captain John Blackwell, A Bibliographical Note,” by Joseph Dorfman, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, July 1945
“Freezing Controls, The Effects of an Unlicensed Transaction,” by Raoul Berger and Boris I. Bittker, Columbia Law Review, April 1947
“Disregarding the Corporate Entity’ for Stockholders’ Benefit,” by Raoul Berger, Columbia Law Review, October 7, 1955
“Usury in Installment Sales,” by Raoul Berger, Law and Contemporary Problems, undated
4 “Can There be General Overproduction,” with compliments of author, by Constant Southworth, Journal of Political Economy, December 1924
“Statistical Analyses and the ‘Laws’ of Price,” with compliments of author, by Mordecai Ezekiel, Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 1928
“The Theory of Location in its Relation to General Economics,” with compliments of author, by Andreas Predohl, The Journal of Political Economy, June 1928
“Accounting As A Science,” with compliments of author, by C. Rufus Rorem, The Journal of Accountancy, August 1929
“Economics and The Idea of Natural Laws,” with compliments of author, by O.H. Taylor, Quarterly Journal of Economics, November 1929
“The Manchester School,” with compliments of author, ed. S.G. Roberts and J. Stafford, 1932
“The Responsibility of Economic Historians,” with compliments of author, by John U. Nef, Journal of Economic History, December 1941
“Policy Considerations In The Conflict of Laws,” with compliments of author, by Robert Neuner, The Canadian Bar Review, June 1942
“The Case for A Jurisprudence of Welfare,” with compliments of author, by Alexander H. Pekelis, Social Research, September 1944
5 “Reasonable Value,” with compliments of author, by John R. Commons, unrevised manuscript, April 1925
6 “Adult Education,” by Bishop Gore, The Spectator, December 5, 1925
“Significance of Stock Exchange Boom,” with compliments of author, by Lindley M. Fraser, American Economic Review, June 1932
“Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States,” by Charles O. Paullin, ed. John K. Wright, Geographical Review, July 1932
“Mr. and Mrs. Haddock,” by Hamilton Vreeland, Jr., American Bar Association Journal, September 1934
“The American Federation of Labor,” by Louis Stark, Atlantic Monthly, April 1935
“Brutus, the American Praetor,” by Mitchell Franklin, Tulane Law Review, 1940
“Applied Ramakrishna,” by Benoy Kumar Sarkar, Pradbuddha Bharata, March-Apr 1941
“The Equations of World-Economy,” by Benoy Kumar Sarkar, The Calcutta Review, June 1941
“Demobilization After the First World War,” with compliments of author,” by E. Jay Howenstine, Jr., Quarterly Journal of Economics, November 1943
“Mr. Justice William Johnson and the Constitution,” by David G. Morgan, Harvard Law Review, January 1944
“The Role of Art in Life and Law,” by Andre Maurois, trans. Arthur W.A. Cowan, Brandeis Lawyers’ Society, 1945
“The Tyranny of Labels,’ A Study of Functional Discounts Under the Robinson-Patman Act,” by Harry L. Shniderman, Harvard Law Review, 1947
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41 1 “Philosophers and Others,” by Alexander Meiklejohn, Philosophical Review, May 1925
“Effective Regulation of Public Utilities,” by Charles E. Clark, Journal of Political Economy, August 1927
“Fact Research in Law Administration,” by Charles E. Clark, Connecticut Bar Journal, July 1928
“The First Amendment and Evils that Congress Has A Right to Prevent,” by Alexander Meiklejohn, Indiana Law Review, February 18, 1952
“What Does the First Amendment Mean,” with compliments of author, by Alexander Meiklejohn, University of Chicago Law Review, Spring 1953
2 Lecture on Contract, in the volume An Introduction to the Philosophy of Law, 1925
Final Examinations, Yale University, June 1938
Notes and essays on Trials, Judgments, and Appeals, undated
Typed and handwritten notes for Trials, Judgments, and Appeals, undated
Bibliography and notes, undated
Reprinted statement from Erie R.V. v. Williams
“Police Power References,” notes
Unpublished essays and notes, undated
3 “Control of Industrial Development,” October-Nov 1925
4 “An Introduction to the Study of Economic Problems,” Volume I, by Dexter Merriam Keezer and Addison Thayer Cutler, University of North Carolina, 1926
5 “An Introduction to the Study of Economic Problems,” Volume II, by Dexter Merriam Keezer and Addison Thayer Cutler, University of North Carolina, 1926
6 “Big Business and the Public,” by Robert S. Brookings, 1926
“Amalgamated Centre, The Tailor Retailored, A Story of Surging Humanity 1910-1928,” by The Chicago Joint Board, May 1, 1928
“Cultural Anthropology and Psychology,” by E. Sapir, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, October-Dec. 1932
“How Do We Want Economists to Behave?” with compliments of editors, ed. J.M. Keynes and D.H. MacGregor, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Economic Society, December 1932
“What Is A Democratic Approach to Economic Problems,” with compliments of author, by Ordway Tead, The Annals, January 1933
“Mexican Labor in the United States Migration Statistics, IV” by Paul S. Taylor, University of California Publications in Economics, 1934
Brief for U.S. v. Aluminum Company of America, et al., Southern District of NY, October 3, 1938
“A Constructive Patent Law,” signed by author, by Willis B. Rice, New York University Law Quarterly Review, 1939
Brief for Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation v. U.S. Shipping Board Merchant Fleet, Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, October 1939
“Employment Security in Ohio,” by the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation, Columbus, 1942
“Small Business and the Webb-Pomerene Act,” Report of the Foreign Trade Subcommittee, August 21, 1946
House Resolution to declare the national policy regarding the test for determining invention, February 2, 1948
“The Control of Wages,” by J.W. Scroggs, undated
“Legal Tradition and Social Science Method- A Realist’s Critique,” by Karl N. Llewellyn, undated
“The Spiritual Theory in Early Medicine,” by John Lee Maddox, undated
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42 1 “Report of the John Brophy to the Membership of District No.2 United Mine Workers of America,” with compliments of author, March 1927
“An Introduction to a Study of the Tariff,” by Idella Gwatkin Swisher, Committee on Living Costs-National League of Women Voters, January 1931
“Three Articles Entitled ‘The Interest System,’ ‘The Wages System,’ and ‘The Share System,” by Harry Valder and F.A. de la Mare with attached letter, Employee Partnership Institute, September 1933
“Reviving Isolationism,” by Felix Morley, Human Events, October 10, 1945
“Travesty of Justice,” by Felix Morley, Human Events, November 21, 1945
“Save Europe Now,” by Alexander Boeker, Human Events, April 10, 1946
“An Adventure in Journalism,” by Felix Morley, Human Events, undated
“The Present Economic State of Germany,” compliments of author, by Erwin v. Beckerath et al., privately printed, undated
“Not Merely Gossip,” A Supplement to Human Events, undated
2 2. “An Instrumental View of the Part-Whole Relation,” with compliments of author, by Morris A. Copeland, Journal of Philosophy, February 17, 1927
“Freedom as Fact and Criterion,” with compliments of author, by Frank H. Knight, The International Journal of Ethics, January 1929
“Valuation Theory As Applied to United States Railroads,” with compliments of editors, ed. By J.M. Keynes and D.H. MacGregor, The Quarterly Journal of The Royal Economic Society, June 1929
“Economic Interpretation of the Constitution,” with compliments of author, by Eugene C. Barker, Texas Law Review, June 1944
“The Supreme Court and The Conflict of Laws, 1946 Term,” by Fowler Harper, Columbia Law Review, September 1947
“Gilbert de Thornton’s Summa de Legibus,” with compliments of author, by S.E. Thorne, University of Toronto Law Journal, 1947
“What The Supreme Court Did Not Do in The 1949 Term- An Appraisal of Certiorari,” with compliments of authors, by Fowler V. Harper and Alan S. Rosenthal, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, December 1950
3 “The Place of the United States Supreme Court in The Economic Order,” outline, March 15, 1927
“The Judicial Control of Industrial Activity,” essay in process of revision, March 6, 1928
Outlines on cards, “Competition,” “Economic Order,” undated
Charts on “Armstrong,” undated
Outlines on “Constitutional Law,” undated
Notes, undated
4 Letter from Herman Oliphant regarding labor litigation and Interborough Rapid Transit Co. v. American Federation of Labor, December 3, 1927
Essays and outlines entitled “The Labor Problem,” undated
“The Dissenting Opinion,” typescript essay, undated
5 Printed material on “The Judicial Control of Industry,” 1928
6 “The Leighton Cooperative Industries,” by Paul S. Taylor, Journal of Political Economy, April 1928
“Historical Note on Dimmit County, Texas,” by Paul S. Taylor, Southwestern Historical Quarterly, October 1930
“Critique of The Official Statistics of Mexican Migration To and From The United States,” with compliments of author, by Paul S. Taylor, International Migrations, 1931
“Mexican Labor in The United States, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania,” with compliments of author, by Paul S. Taylor, University of California Publications in Economics, 1931
“Note on Age at Time of Marriage in Two Mexican Localities of Divergent Types,” with compliments of author, by Paul S. Taylor, Journal of the American Statistical Association, December 1932
“Making Canta Ros at San Jose Tateposco, Jalisco, Mexico,” with compliments of author, by Paul Taylor, American Anthropologist, October-Dec. 1933
“Putting the Unemployed at Productive Labor,” by Paul S. Taylor and Clark Kerr, The Annals, November 1934
“The Self-Help Cooperatives in California,” by Clark Kerr and Paul S. Taylor, Essays in Social Economics, May 1935
“Some Thoughts on The Politics of Government Control,” with compliments of author, by Carl Joachim Friedrich, Journal of Social Philosophy, January 1936
“Migratory Farm Labor in the United States,” by Paul S. Taylor, Monthly Labor Review of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 1937
“The Deification of the State,” with compliments of author, by C.J. Friedrich, The Review of Politics, January 1939
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43 1 “The Judicial Control of Industry,” Trade Regulation and Public Utilities, June 30, 1928
“Theories of Governmental Responsibility in Tort,” by Edwin Borchard, Columbia Law Review, May-June 1928
“Capitalism in Recent German Literature, Sombart and Weber,” with compliments of author, by Talcott Parsons, Journal of Political Economy, December 1928
“Declaratory Judgments in Administrative Law,” by Edwin. M. Borchard, New York University Law Quarterly Review, December 1933
“State Indemnity for Errors of Criminal Justice,” Boston University Law Review, April 1941
“Everyman His Own Historian,” with compliments of author, by Carl Becker, American Historical Review, January 1932
“Extraterritorial Confiscation,” by Edwin Borchard, American Journal of International Law, April 1942
“The Place of Law and Courts in International Relations,” by Edwin Borchard, Yale Law Review, January 1943
“Challenging ‘Penal’ Statutes by Declaratory Action,” by Edwin Borchard, Yale Law Journal, June 1943
“Natural Law, Justice, and Democracy- Some Reflections On Three Types of Thinking About Law and Justice,” by Friedrich Kessler, Tulane Law Review, October 1944
2 “High Finance in the Cotton Belt,” with compliments of author, by Montgomery D. Anderson, Journal of Business of The University of Chicago, October 1928
“Social Order and Political Authority,” by John Dickinson, American Political Science Review, May-August 1929
“Moratorium over Minnesota,” with compliments of author, by Edward S. Corwin, Pennsylvania Law Review, February 1934
“Inflation Can Be Stopped,” by Eugene V. Rostow, Virginia Quarterly Review, Summer 1948
“Entry into the Oil Refining Business, Vertical Integration Re-examined,” by Eugene V. Rostow and Arthur S. Sachs, Yale Law Journal, June-July 1952
“A Kinetic Theory of Capital and Interest,” with compliments of author, by Montgomery D. Anderson, undated
“Controlled Recovery,” by John Dickinson, undated
3 “The Interborough Brief,” by Charles E. Clark, American Federalist, September 1928
“The Contribution of Thomas M. Cooley to Bryce’s ‘American Commonwealth,’” by Everett S. Brown, Michigan Law Review, January 1933
“The Cause of Action,” by Charles E. Clark, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, February 1934
“The Function of Law in A Democratic Society,” by Charles E. Clark, University of Chicago Law Review, April 1942
“An Early American Experiment in Socialized Medicine,” by Everett S. Brown, Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review, March 26, 1951
Review of “Charles Evan Hughes,” by Merlo Pusey, reviewed by Charles E. Clark, June 24, 1952
4 “Uber die Mobilitat der Bevolkerung in den Vereinigten Staaten,” with compliments of author, by Rudolf Heberle, 1929
“The Yearbook of the Elizabethan Club,” 1933
“The Dramatists Guild, What it is and does, How it happened and why,” with compliments of author, by George Middleton, January 1, 1947
“The Case of Bertrand Russell versus Democracy and Education,” by Albert C. Barnes, undated
5 “The Origins and Significance of The Public Health Movement in The United States,” with compliments of author, by Richard H. Shryock, Annals of Medical History, 1929
“Public Relations of The Medical Profession in Great Britain and The United States, 1600-1870,” by Richard H. Shryock, Annals of Medical History, 1930
“Sir Samuel Romilly, A Great Criminal Law Reformer,” by Bernard L. Shientag, Brooklyn Law Review, October 1936
“Executive Responsibilities,” with compliments of author, by Marshall E. Dimock, The Society for the Advancement of Management Journal, January 1938
“Freedom and Interference in Medicine,” by Richard H. Shryock, Annals of the American Academy of Politics and Social Sciences, November 1938
“The Style of Judicial Opinions,” by Bernard L. Shientag, New York Law Journal, May 26, 1944
“Bureaucracy Self-Examined,” by Marshall E. Dimock, Public Administration Review, Summer 1944
“The Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Birth of Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo,” by Bernard L. Shientag, New York Law Journal, May 24, 1945
“The United States Supreme Court, 1947-1948,” by John P. Frank, University of Chicago Law Review, Autumn 1948
“Historical Basis of the Federal Judicial System,” by Jerome P. Frank, Law and Contemporary Problems, Winter 1948
“The United States Supreme Court, 1948-1949,” by John P. Frank, University of Chicago Law Review, Autumn 1949
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44 1 “Woman’s Economic Contribution in the Home,” by Hildegarde Kneeland (2 copies), The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May 1929
“Abolishing the Inefficient Kitchen,” by Hildegarde Kneeland, Journal of Home Economics, July 1929
“Tort Liability of Trust Estates,” dedicated to Walton Hamilton, by Carl H. Fulda and Walter Pond, Columbia Law Review, December 1941
“Insurable Interest in Life - New Jersey View,” with compliments of author, by Carl H. Fulda, Rutgers Law Review, 1947
“Copyright Assignments and The Capital Gains Tax,” with compliments of the author, by Carl H. Fulda, Yale Law Journal, January 1949
Book review of “Cases on Federal Antitrust Laws, by S. Chesterfield Oppenheim,” by Carl H. Fulda, Harvard Law Review, January 5, 1949
“The Authorship of the Disputed Federalist Papers, Part III,” with compliments of author, by Douglass Adair, The William and Mary Quarterly, July 1944
“The Mystery of the Horn Papers,” by Arthur Price Middleton and Douglass Adair, The William and Mary Quarterly, October 1947
“Resale Price Maintenance,” with compliments of author, by Carl H. Fulda, University of Chicago Law Review, Winter 1954
“That Politics May Be Reduced to a Science,’ David Hume, James Madison, and the Tenth Federalist,” with compliments of author, by Douglass Adair, The Huntington Library Quarterly, August 1957
“Chancellor Kent’s ‘Brief Review of the Public Life and Writings of General Hamilton,” with an introduction and notes by Douglass Adair, The Historian, undated
2 “The Principles of Law,” by J.E.G. deMontgomorency, booklet, 1929
Lectures by Rev. H.S. Hamilton, booklets, “Tennessee,” “Moses,” and “The Dixie Jacket”
3 Letter from Dr. Hutchins and attached memorandum on corporate relations, January 21, 1929
“Labor Banking After Ten Years,” by Leo Wolman, The New Republic, August 21, 1929
“The Growth and Decadence of Constitutional Government,” by J. Allen Smith, 1930
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45 1 Some general correspondence, 1930
“Report on Concealed Assets of I.G. Farbenindustrie,” Department of Justice,” Confidential Report by the Economic Warfare Section, 1944
Essay, no title and incomplete, on federal and state regulation of alcoholic beverages, undated
First page, “The Antics’ and The Wisdom of the Supreme Court,” essay, undated
2 “A Realistic Jurisprudence- The Next Step,” by Karl N. Llewellyn, Columbia Law Review, April 1930
“Some Realism About Realism- Responding to Dean Pound,” by Karl L. Llewellyn, Harvard Law Review, 1931
“The Bar Specializes — With What Results?” by K.N. Llewellyn, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May 1933
“The Constitution As An Institution,” by K.N. Llewellyn, Columbia Law Review, January 1934
“On Philosophy in American Law,” by K.N. Llewellyn, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, January 1934
Reprint of Introduction by K.N. Llewellyn to Theft, Law, and Society, by Jerome Hall, undated
“Public Policy Toward Restraints of Trade by Labor Unions, An Economic Appraisal,” by Corwin D. Edwards (2 copies), American Economic Review, March 1942
3 “The Problem of Agricultural Surpluses in the United States,” by Mordecai Ezekiel, International Conference of Agricultural Economics, August 18, 1930
Consolidated Answer in U.S. v. Paramount Pictures, Southern District of NY, June 29, 1939
Indictment in U.S. v. E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, et al., District of NJ, August 10, 1942
Deposition of Edward S. Stimson, Department of Justice, January 1945
Complaint in U.S. v. Norma-Hoffman Bearings Corporation, Northern District of OH, Eastern Division, undated
Complaint in U.S. v. De Beers Consolidated Mines, et al., Southern District of NY, undated
“Sino-Japanese Crisis, The Garrison State versus The Civilian State,” by Harold D. Laswell, undated
“The Method of Interlapping Observation in The Study of Personality in Culture,” by Harold D. Laswell, undated
Complaint in the matter of Kraft-Phenix Cheese Corporation before Federal Trade Commission, undated
4 “Economic Irresponsibility,” with compliments of author, by Henry Clay, The Political Quarterly, January-Mar, 1931
“Legal Fictions,” by L.L. Fuller, Illinois Law Review, April 1931
“The Moral Vocation of The Middle-Income Skill Group,” with compliments of author and editor, by Harold D. Laswell, International Journal of Ethics, January 1935
“Governmental and Party Leaders in Fascist Italy,” by Harold D. Laswell and Renzo Sereno, American Political Science Review, October 1937
“The Relation of Skill Politics to Class Politics and National Politics,” by Harold D. Laswell, The Chinese Social & Political Science Review, October-Dec. 1937
“Chinese Resistance to Japanese Invasion The Predictive Value of Pre-crisis Symbols,” by Harold D. Laswell, American Journal of Sociology, March 1938
5 “The Supreme Court and State Police Power, 1922-1930,” by Thomas Reed Powell, Virginia Law Review, 1932
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46 1 Confidential memorandum on present business activities by B.A. Diggins and Heinrich Kronstein, undated
2 “The Shifting Demand for Selected Agricultural Commodities, 1875-1929,” by Henry Schultz, Journal of Farm Economics, April 1932
“Liberty Under The Fourteenth Amendment, 1942-1943,” by John Raeburn Green, Washington University Law Quarterly, Summer 1943
“The Associated Press Decision—An Extension of the Sherman Act?,” with compliments of author, by John Henry Lewin, University of Chicago Law Review, April 1946
“Aggression, A Study of Values and Law,” by Malcolm Sharp, Ethics, July 1947
“An Introduction to Legal Reasonings,” by Edward H. Levi, University of Chicago Law Review, Spring 1948
“The Secret of Mr. Justice Holmes,” with compliments of author, by Harold R. McKinnon, April 1950
3 “The Full Faith and Credit’ Clause,” with compliments of author, by Edward S. Corwin, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, February 1933
The New Humanist, December 1934
Furioso, Summer 1939
The Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly, January 7, 1950
“Price Discrimination in Law and Economics,” with compliments of author, by J.B. Dirlam and A.E. Kahn, May 27, 1952
4 “The Public Control of Business,” outline, February 10, 1932
Various essays concerning Police Power, Judicial Process, Freedom of Contract, undated
Outlines on the Congressional power to regulate commerce, undated
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47 1 Charts, statistics, etc. on the ice cream industry in the U.S. with marked emphasis on Borden, 1935-1937
2 Essay preface on the origins and functions of the Cabinet Committee on Price Policy,” November 24, 1937
3 Essay entitled “Monopolistic Aspects of the Fair Trade Laws,” address by Q. Forrest Walker, September 27, 1938
“Can the Antitrust Laws Preserve Competition,” statement by Corwin D. Edwards before the 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, December 28, 1939
First draft of an essay entitled “America’s Choice, Cartels or Free Enterprise,” by Thurman Arnold, November 1944
“The Effects of Cartels on the Managerial Function,” an address by Wendell Berge prepared for Washington Chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Management, April 18, 1946
Essay outline for “The Consumer’s Interest in Price-Fixing,” undated
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48 1 Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, August 1940
Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, September 1940
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, September 1940
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, October 1940
2 Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, October 1940
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, November 1940
Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, November 1940
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation (2 copies), December 1940
3 “Sanctions in A Democratic Society,” with compliments of author, by Carl F. Taeusch, Journal of Social Philosophy, April 1937
“The Antitrust Acts and ‘Monopolistic Competition’, A Study of the Dairy Industry,” by Julius Cohen, Cornell Law Quarterly, December 1938
“The Juristic Thought of Mr. Justice Frankfurter,” with compliments of author, by Moses J. Aronson, Journal of Social Philosophy, January 1940
“The Historian’s Approach to Psychology,” with compliments of author, by Sidney Ratner, Journal of the History of Ideas, January 1941
“Tendencies in American Jurisprudence,” with compliments of author, by Moses J. Aronson, University of Toronto Law Journal, 1941
“Theoretic Bases of Law,” by Friedrich Kessler, University of Chicago Law Review, December 1941
“The Supreme Court and Judicial Review,” by Robert K. Carr (2 copies), American Economic Review, December 1942
“The Labor-Welfare Cases, A Socio-Legal Approach,” with compliments of author, by Julius Cohen, University of Chicago Law Review, July 1943
“The Divine Right of Presidents,” by Julius and Lillian Cohen, Nebraska Law Review, April 10, 1950
“Equitable Relief Under The Sherman Act,” by Sigmund Timberg, Illinois Law Forum, Winter 1950
Review articles, “The Economic History of the Second World War,” reviewed by Sidney Ratner, Summer 1952
“The Lawyer and the Legislative Hearing Process,” by Julius Cohen and Reginald A.H. Robson, Nebraska Law Review, May 1954
“Facts and Values in History,” with compliments of author, by Sidney Ratner, Teachers College Record, May 1955
“Ascertaining the Moral Sense of Community,” with request for Walton Hamilton’s review, by Julius Cohen, Reginald A.H. Robson, and Alan Bates, Journal of Legal Education, January 9, 1956
“Antitrust Problems in Foreign Commerce,” by Sigmund Timberg, Leonard J. Emmerglick, and William Dwight Whitney, The Record of the Association of the Bar, 1956
“A.F. Bentley’s inquiries into the Behavioural Sciences,” with compliments of author, by Sidney Ratner, British Journal of Sociology, March 1957
“Of Law and Men, Papers and Addresses of Felix Frankfurter,” ed. Philip Elman, Georgetown Law Journal, undated
4 “James Harvey Rogers,” by Edgar S. Furniss, Memorial Service Address, 1940
“L’etat et la Propserite Sociale,” by R. Pichon and R. Durand-Auzias, 1949
“Foundations of American Democracy,” with compliments of author, by Jerome Nathanson, Ethical Frontiers, 1958
5 Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, June 1941
Survey Midmonthly, July 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, July 1941
Survey Midmonthly, August 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, September 1941
Survey Midmonthly, September 1941
Survey Midmonthly, December 1941
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49 1 Survey Midmonthly, January 1941
Survey Midmonthly, February 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, February 1941
Survey Midmonthly, March 1941
Survey Midmonthly, April 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, April 1941
Survey Midmonthly, May 1941
2 Survey Midmonthly, June 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, August 1941
Survey Midmonthly, October 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, October 1941
Survey Midmonthly, November 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, November 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, December 1941
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, March 1942
“Occupational Wage Survey,” Bureau of Labor Statistics, February 1953
3 “Frequency Modulation and Its Future Uses,” by Edwin H. Armstrong, The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, January 1941
“The Formulation of Mandatory Food Standards,” by H. Thomas Anderson, Drug Cosmetic Law Quarterly, December 1947
“A Colossal Gamble with Peace,” by James H. Wolfe, November 30, 1950
“The Professional Historian, His Theory and His Practice,” with compliments from author, by Howard K. Beale, The Pacific Historical Review, August 1953
“The Investment Bankers’ Case, Some Observations,” by Roscoe Steffen, Yale Law Journal, December 1954
“An Innocent Abroad, The Constitutional ‘Corporate’ Person,” by Howard Jay Graham with attached letter to Walton Hamilton, UCLA Law Review, February 1955
“An Antitrust Legislative Program,” by Philip Marcus, The Georgetown Law Journal, March 1956
“Charles A. Beard’s Interpretations of American Foreign Policy,” by Gerald Stourzh with attached letter to Walton Hamilton, World Affairs Quarterly, July 1957
“Philosophical Issues in Contemporary Law,” with compliments of author, by F.S.C. Northrop, Natural Law Forum, 1957
“Group Health Plans, A Twenty-Year Legal Review,” by Horace R. Hansen, Minnesota Law Review, March 1958
“Grotius’ Defense of the Lawful Government of Holland,” by Edward Dumbauld, Journal of Public Law, undated
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50 1 “Investigation of Concentration of Economic Power,” Temporary National Economic Committee, Antitrust in Action (3 copies), 1941
“Free Speech in the United States,” by Zechariah Chafee (2 copies), Jr., Harvard University Press, 1941
“A New Constitution Now,” by Henry Hazlitt, 1942
“A Constitution For the Die-Hard or A New Constitution Now,” by Henry Hazlett (2 copies), 1942
Essay outline for “The Role of Useful Knowledge,” undated
“War for War’s Sake?” 3 copies, undated
“No Escape From the Human, If Men Were Angels,” by Jerome Frank (2 copies), undated
“The Reviewer Reviewed,” undated
“A New Birth,” undated
2 Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, January 1942
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, January 1942
Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, March 1942
Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, April 1942
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, April 1942
Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, May 1942
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, May 1942
Survey Midmonthly, Journal of Social Work, June 1942
Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, July 1942
3 “Judicial Trial and Removal of Federal Judges, H.R. 146,” by James William Moore, Texas Law Review, January 1942
“The Structure of American Cities in the Post-War Era,” by Homer Hoyt, American Journal of Sociology, January 1943
“Storm Over Law School,” by Walter B. Kennedy, Fordham University Quarterly, March 1943
“John Stuart Mill, Pioneer of Democratic Liberalism in England,” by J. Salwyn Schapiro, Journal of the History of Ideas, April 1943
“British Experience with Foreign Investments,” by Leland H. Jenks, The Journal of Economic History, December 1944
“The Structure of Society,” by E. Jordan, Ethics, January 1945
“O.W. Holmes, Jr., Counsellor-at-Law,” by Mark De Wolfe Hower, Brandeis Lawyers’ Society, 1948
“Spending, Planning, and Power,” with compliments of author, by Max Lerner, The Antioch Review, undated
4 4. “Democracy and Defamation, Control of Group Libel,” with compliments of author, by David Riesman (2 copies), Columbia Law Review, May 1942
“Umpire to the Federal System,” by George D. Braden. University of Chicago Law Review, October 1942
“Equality and Social Structure,” by David Riesman, Journal of Legal and Political Sociology, October 1942
“Mr. Justice Minton and the Truman Bloc,” by George D. Braden, July 12, 1951
5 “The Dynamics of German Cartels and Patents,” by Heinrich Kronstein, University of Chicago Law School, June 1942
“Future Interests Restated, Tradition versus Clarification and Reform,” by Myres S. McDougal, Harvard Law Review, May 1942
“Cartel Control, A Record of Failure,” with compliments of author, by Heinrich Kronstein and Gertrude C.K. Leighton, Yale Law Journal, February 1946
“Foreword- Regional Planning and Development, The Process of Using Intelligence, Under Conditions of Resource and Institutional Interdependence for Securing Community Values,” by Myres S. McDougal, Iowa Law Journal, January 1947
“Effect of War on Long-Term Contracts,” 3 copies but first one with compliments from author, by Heinrich Kronstein, Georgetown Law Journal, May 1947
“The Rights of Man in the World Community, Constitutional Illusions versus Rational Action,” by Myres S. McDougal and Gertrude C.K. Leighton, Yale Law Journal, December 1949
“In Reply to Mr. Taylor,” by Heinrich Kronstein, Columbia Law Review, February 1953
“Municipal Land Policy and Control,” Myres S. McDougal, The Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science, November 1945
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51 1 Survey Graphic, Magazine of Social Interpretation, 1934
2 “The Peace Worthwhile, or The Peace We Fight For,” by Hiram Motherwell, 1943
“Action Catholique and Nationalism, A Memorandum on the Church and Society in French Canada,” undated
Essay outline for “The Peace Worthwhile,” undated
“A Dent in Dollar Diplomacy,” undated
“War for War’s Sake?”, 3 copies, undated
“What About the Political Frontier?” undated
“United States v. Motion Pictures,” undated
“The Abuse of Injunctions in Labor Disputes,” undated
3 “Report to the Attorney General of the United States on International Air Transport Policy,” prepared in The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice by The Transportation and Public Utilities Section with map included, undated
Essay outlines, undated
Essay outline for “The Sherman Act Today,” undated
Incomplete essay, no title, relating to the Sherman Act, undated
Continued essay outline relating to the Sherman Act, undated
4 Some Observations on World Industrialization,” by Morris Llewellyn Cooke, Mechanical Engineering, May 1946
“Conservation in 1952,” with card of author, by Stephen Rauschenbush, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May 1952
“The Spirit of Liberty,” with compliments of author, by the Learned Hand Collective, May 23, 1953
Letter to the editor of Mechanical Engineering entitled “Civic Responsibility?” by Morris Llewellyn Cooke, May 1957
Essay in revision, William and Mary Quarterly, undated
5 Organization, Program, and Immediate Objectives for The Puerto Rico-Transportation Authority, Summary Report, February 1, 1946
“A Review submitted in connection with ‘The Legal Principles of Competitive Objectives,” student paper by Milton M. Gottesman, October 12, 1946
“Monopolistic and Cartelistic Influences in the Newsprint Paper Industry,” student paper by Gray L. Dorsey, Spring 1947
“The Need and Economic Effects of A System of Compulsory Licensing of Patents with A Special Method of Royalties,” by Philip H. Cinis and attached letter to Walton Hamilton, May 12, 1949
“Crosskey’s Constitution, An Archaeological Blueprint,” with compliments of author, by Howard Jay Graham and attached letter from Walton Hamilton, Vanderbilt Law Review, April 1954
“The Fourteenth Amendment and School Segregation,” by Howard Jay Graham and attached letter to Walton Hamilton, Buffalo Law Review, July 28, 1954
Statement of Myron W. Watkins at Hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly, with message from author, June 3, 1955
Monopoly Hearings of the Celler Subcommittee House Judiciary Committee, Statement for the Congress of Industrial Organizations on the Robinson-Patman Act, by Donald Montgomery, June 14, 1955
“Morey Digests of Behavioral and Social Science Reports,” Non-profit Digests to Advance Scientific Knowledge of Human Behavior, 1958
“Thoughts on Labor Day,” by Thurman Arnold and Walton Hamilton, undated
“What the Courts Can Do,” by Walton Hale Hamilton, undated
6 “On the Composition of the Corporate Veil,” by Walton H. Hamilton, Brandeis Lawyers’ Society, 1946
“What Is A Patent?” by Walton Hamilton and Irene Till (5 copies), Law and Contemporary Problems, Spring 1948
The American Economic Review (3 copies), The Journal of American Economic Review, May 1958
7 Student notes for Walton Hamilton’s article on “Congress and the Judiciary” with included note from William P. Sims from Georgetown Law Journal, July 11, 1947
“Neglected Health Values in the Social Studies,” by Richard H. Shryock, undated
8 8. Petition for Writ of Certiorari in General Motors Corporation vs. Elmer G. Kesling, Court of Appeals for Eighth Circuit, October 1947
“Freedom Under Planning, by Barbara Wootton,” reviewed by Chester I. Barnard, Southern Economic Journal, January 1946
“The Hearing Examiner Fiasco Under The Administrative Procedure Act,” by Ralph F. Fuchs, Harvard Law Review Association, 1950
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52 1 1. “General Superintendent Computer Applications,” a presentation by E.L. Morrison at the C&O Group Conferences on Management Development, with included letter from Richard Hamilton to Walton Hamilton, June 26, 1956
“In A Few Hands, Monopoly Power in America,” by Estes Kefauver, undated
Photocopies of “The Character of An Honest Lawyer,” undated
“Education Under the Charter,” by Alexander Meiklejohn, undated
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53 1 “The Industrial Revolution,” undated
“The Experience of Hart, Schaffner & Marx with Collective Bargaining,” undated
“The Barrier of The Legal Triple Alliance,” undated
“The Present Status of The Law Relating to Cooperative Marketing Associations,” by R. H. Montgomery, undated
Page from essay relating to the U.S. and economic competition, undated
2 Article on the Four Year Plan and German Economics, 2 copies, undated
3 “The Alleged ‘Abuses’ of The American Patent System,” by Samuel E. Darby, Jr., undated
4 “The Faith We Do Not Trust,” undated
5 “Exercises in Current Economic Problems,” 3 copies, undated
6 “British Trade Triumphs,” undated
“The Perils of Protection,” undated
“Wages, Food Prices, and Savings,” undated
"What Is History?” undated
“Social Classes and Capital Formation,” undated
“British History in the Nineteenth Century,” by George Macauley, undated
“The Temptation Scene,” undated
“The Antitrust Procedure and The O’Mahoney Bill,” undated
“A Proposed Course in Constitutional Law,” undated
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54 1 “The Judicial Antics of Mr. Justice Jackson,” 3 copies, undated
“The Strange Behavior of Mr. Justice Jackson,” undated
“From Commons, History of Labor in the United States,” vol. 1, part I, undated
2 2. Mimeo dealing with the German war economy and arms manufacture, no author, title, date, or place of publication
“The Problem of The Federal Trade Commission, 6 copies, undated
Untitled essay concerning labor objectives, undated
3 Essay entitled “The Alleged ‘Abuses’ of the American Patent System,” by Samuel E. Darby, Jr., undated
“The Common Health,” outline, 4 copies, undated
“The Economics of Medicine,” outline, 5 copies, undated
4 “Readings in the Labor Problem,” undated
“The Place of Economics among the Humanistic Sciences,” undated
“The Dissenting Opinion,” undated
“War, Defense, and Patents,” undated
Untitled essay concerning papers by a Professor Mitchell and a Professor Holland, undated
“The Role of Money in Economic Organization,” undated
“Law and Economics,” undated
Untitled essay discussing a selection of papers known collectively as “The Federal System at the Cross-Roads,” undated
“The Labor Problem,” undated
“The Psychology of Politics, Notes on the topic of political volition,” undated
“Industrial Efficiency As an End, notes for a paper on the subject,” undated
“Demand In Its Relation to Value, notes for a paper on the subject,” undated
5 “The Delphic Language of the Constitution,” by Felix Frankfurter, The Commerce Clause under Marshall, Taney, and Waite, University of North Carolina Press, undated
Lectures on Elements of Political Economy by Professor F.M. Taylor, reported by C.G. McCollom, undated
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55 1 “Conscience,” Martineau, Types of Ethical Theory, selections from Part II, Book 1, Chapter, originally published 1886, manuscript, undated
2 Brief note from G.B. Hill, undated
“Read’s Journal, On the Present State of the Law,” undated
“The Three Characters of a Physician,” poem by Euricus Cordus, undated
“Mediavel (sic) Tricks of Trade,” by Berthold von Regensburg, undated
Appendices for essay “Subpoena Power,” undated
Selection of writings and notes related to Social Economics and Medical Care, undated
Outlines and notes on health and medicine, undated
“Voluntary Accident and Health Coverage in the United States,” statistics and notes, date unclear, undated
Outline and notes entitled “Agriculture,” undated
3 “Memorandum of Innovations in Merchandising,” undated
“The Stealthy March of Merchandising,” undated
4 “The Health Services,” undated
“The Tangle of Controls,” undated
“The Changing Personnel,” undated
5 “Academic Freedom in England and America,” undated
“The Development of Modern Industrialism,” undated
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56 1 “The Development of Modern Industrialism,” undated
2 “The Development of Modern Industrialism,” undated
3 “The Development of Modern Industrialism,” undated
4 “Types of Industrial Control,” questions, undated
“Some Medieval Economic Criteria," undated
“Adam Smith’s ‘System of Natural Liberty,” undated
“Problems of Organization and Control of the Cotton Industry,” 4 copies, undated
“The Present Status of The Law Relating to Cooperative Marketing Associations,” by R.H. Montgomery, undated
“The Control of Industrial Development, Reading List,” 3 copies, undated
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57 1 “This Mr. Justice Black,” undated
“Holmes and Brandeis, JJ," undated
“Time and Mr. Justice Holmes,” 2 copies, undated
“The Craft of Cardozo,” undated
Encylopaedia of the Social Sciences, undated
“Open or Closed Shop: Which?”, undated

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Personal and Professional Correspondence

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61 1 General Correspondence, 1912-1927
2 General Correspondence, 1923-1928
3 General Correspondence, 1926-1938
4 General Correspondence, 1929-1930
5 General Correspondence, 1930-1937
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62 1 General Correspondence, 1933, 1937-1938
2 General Correspondence, 1933,1938-1944
3 General Correspondence, 1946-1947
4 General Correspondence, 1946-1958
5 Beard typescript article and correspondence, 1947-1958
6 General Correspondence, 1951
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63 1 “Articles to be Written” containing correspondence and galleys, 1953
2 General Correspondence, 1955-1958
3 National Council of Churches of Christ correspondence and manuscript, 1951
4 Committee on the Costs of Medical Care correspondence and reports, 1930
5 Correspondence, American Scholar editorial board, 1948-1950
6 Correspondence, re, articles, 1952-1954
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64 1 Book reviews and related correspondence, 1952-1955
2 Correspondence, The Twentieth Century Fund, 1952-1955
3 The National Council of Churches, Goals of Economic Life literary production and related correspondence, 1950-1952
4 Swarthmore College examinations and correspondence, 1953-1954
5 Correspondence, Committee on the Nation’s Health, 1953-1955
6 Correspondence, Nebraska University Law School, 1953
7 Correspondence, Richmond Area University Center, 1955
8 Correspondence, Yale University, 1930-1937
9 Yale University Inter-Correspondence, 1938-1940
10 Yale University Inter-Correspondence cont., 1938-1940
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65 1 Correspondence, Yale, 1946-1951
2 Correspondence, Yale, 1948-1955
3 Correspondence, Yale, 1948-1958
4 Personal Correspondence, 1890, 1927-1937
5 Personal Correspondence, 1929-1930
6 Personal and school correspondence, 1929-1930
7 Personal Correspondence, 1929-1932
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66 1 Personal and school correspondence, 1930
2 Personal and school correspondence, 1930-1931
3 Personal and school correspondence, 1930-1931
4 Personal correspondence, 1930, 1944
5 Personal and school correspondence, 1931
6 Personal and school correspondence, 1932-1938
7 Personal Correspondence, 1937-1940
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67 1 Personal correspondence and medical materials, 1952-1956
2 Letters of condolence, 1958-1959
3 Correspondence, A, 1937-1941
4 Correspondence, A, 1938-1941
5 Correspondence, A, 1944-1957
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68 1 Correspondence, B, 1938-1941
2 Correspondence, B, 1946-1951
3 Correspondence, B, 1946-1958
4 Correspondence, C, 1937-1941
5 Correspondence, C, 1938-1941
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69 1 Correspondence, C, 1946-1951
2 Correspondence, C, 1947-1958
3 Correspondence, D, 1933-1941
4 Correspondence, D, 1947-1958
5 Correspondence, E, 1947-1958
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70 1 Correspondence, F, 1937-1939
2 Correspondence, E-F, 1938-1940
3 Correspondence, Fortas (Abe), 1938-1940
4 Correspondence, F, 1946-1957
5 Correspondence, G, 1938-1941
6 Correspondence, G, 1946-1957
7 Correspondence, H, 1938-1941
8 Correspondence, H, 1946-1951
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71 1 Correspondence, H, L, 1938-1958
2 Correspondence, I, 1948-1950
3 Correspondence, J, 1946-1951
4 Correspondence, K, 1938-1940
5 Correspondence, K, 1946-1956
6 Correspondence, L, 1948-1958
7 Correspondence, M, 1922-1941
8 Correspondence, M, 1946-1951
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72 1 Correspondence, M, 1946-1958
2 Correspondence, Mc, Mac, 1938-1941
3 Correspondence, Mc, 1946-1952
4 Correspondence, N, 1938-1941
5 Correspondence, N, 1946-1957
6 Correspondence, O, 1947-1957
7 Correspondence, P, 1934-1941
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73 1 Correspondence, P, 1946-1956
2 Correspondence, R, 1938-1941
3 Correspondence, R, 1943-1956
4 Correspondence, S, 1946-1958
5 Correspondence, T, 1948-1957
6 Correspondence, U, 1948-1949
7 Correspondence, V, 1949-1957
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74 1 Correspondence, W, 1946-1957
2 Correspondence, Z, 1947-1958

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Miscellany

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77 1 E.M. and E.H. Armstrong material, 1935-1947
2 Poster for Public Lectures, “Free Speech and Justice Holmes,” by Alexander Meiklejohn, Autumn 1947
3 Edwin H. Armstrong, “Patent, Radiosignaling” and various papers on Armstrong, 1944
4 “Legislative restrictions on labor,” undated
5 Photographs, undated

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