FRANCIS BIDDLE PAPERS: SERIES: 7. Oeuvres


Box Folder Title Date Description . . . .

9 1 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence 1951-56 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his autobiography, "A Casual Past." Includes: Charles J. Biddle,*Edward J. Ennis* Bernice Gilkyson,* EmilLorch, Walter Ross, Victor Rotnem, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.*, Harold Stokes, Herbert Wechsler.*

9 2 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence 1958 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Barbara Alley (Scribner's Sons), Samuel Rosenbaum*, Theodore Sheldon*.

9 3 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence A-B 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Add B. Anderson, E. Digby Baltzell, Sydney Beck, Thilda Boel*.

9 4 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence C-D 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Joseph S. Clark*; Marion Cole, secretary to Nicholas Biddle*; Henry J. Dubester.

9 5 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence L-O 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Richard P. Longaker; Patrick M. Malin*, executive director, American Civil Liberties Union; Legare H.B. Obear.

9 6 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence R-W 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Thomas Reath; L.T. Ride*, vice-chancellor University of Hong Kong, re information on George W. Biddle* who died in Macao c.1811; Samuel R. Rosenbaum*; Charles Ward.*

9 7 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence Sent by Francis Biddle 1959 DESCRIPTION: Carbon copies of correspondence from Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past."

9 8 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence 1960 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: George M. Hart; Donald Mugridge re Sir John Randolph*; Reinhold Niebuhr*; Lydia S. Moncure Robinson (aka Mona)*; Edward Carter Taff* re Carter and Biddle family genealogy; Yvette Ward (Mrs. Charles Ward)*.

9 9 "A Casual Past" Correspondence A-B 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Robert M. Ancell, Jr.* Franz Bader*; Frederica Barach; Leonard Beale*; Augustine Bowe*; Catherine Drinker Bowen*; Andrew J. Biemiller; Ralph Block*; Julian P. Boyd*; Preston Boyden*; Francis Boyer*; Frances M. Bradford; Claude Branch; Irving Brant (2 TLS dated 9/14/1961 & 11/23/1961)*; M. Brosio; William J. Burke.

9 10 "A Casual Past" Correspondence C-E 1961-63 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Erwin D. Canham*, editor, "Christian Science Monitor"; Frances Cavanah; Randolph Chetwynd* (2 ALS dated 8/29/1961 & 9/17/1961); Charles E. Clark*; Joseph S. Clark*; Cyril Clemens, editor, "Mark Twain Journal"; Mary Core (carbon from Biddle); Cabot Coville*; Charles T. Cowenhoven, Jr.*; Elena Croce; Jack Crocker; Beatrice David (correspondence regarding); Carley Dawson*; Marthe, Countess Andre de Fels*; Maurice J. Earle.

9 11 "A Casual Past" Correspondence E-J 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Gil and Frances Ervin*; Charles Fahy*; Eugene Feinblatt; Virginia Fields; David E. Finley*; Abe Fortas*; William Logan Fox; Waldo Frank*; David Fyfe*; Cecily Geyelin; Julie Grenier; Vaun Gillmor; August Heckscher*; Hugh A. Hamilton*; Frances Hand*; Clarence E. Hall; Susan Hill; Nancy Hodges (carbon from Biddle); Mildred Howes; Anna Ingersoll; Gardner Jackson*; Heather Jimenez.

9 12 "A Casual Past" Correspondence K-N 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Page Kirk; Eleanora Kissel*; William R. Laird; Alexis, Dorothy and Elaine Leger* (telegram); Edward H. Levi*; John F. Lewis, Jr.*; Janice Lit; E. Russell Lutz*; Leonard Lyons*; Morinnia MacRae; Marion Merrell* (ALS dated 8/21/1961); Hope Ridings Miller* (2 TLS dated 8/18/1961 & 9/5/1961); George L. Moses (carbon from Biddle); Douglas Newbold*; Caroline Newton; Maggie Nunley.

9 13 "A Casual Past" Correspondence O-P 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Charlton Ogburn* (2 TLS dated 9/3/1961 & 9/17/1961); Iris Origo* (ALS dated 9/11/1961); Isidor Ostroff* (2 TLS); Edmund W. Pavenstedt; Drew Pearson (carbon from Biddle); Boies Penrose* (TLS dated 11/22/1961); Jillian Poole: Louise Porter; Nel Purves.

9 14 "A Casual Past" Correspondence R 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: George L. Radcliffe; Stewart Ranch; Samuel Rosenbaum*; A.L. Rowse* (ALS dated 1/3/1961); Gladys Robinson*; Arthur Leonard Ross*; Gertrude Rowland; Margaret Rullman*.

9 15 "A Casual Past" Correspondence S 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.* (TLS dated 8/11/1961); Janet Shafroth* (ALS dated 8/30/1961); William Shafroth* (2 TLS dated 7/21/1961 & 8/16/1961); Henry Schweinhaut* (2 TLS dated 8/30/1961 & 9/22/1961); John E. Searle; Eustace Seligman; Clarence L. Shelby; Lawrence Smith*; Katherine St. George*; Edith Standen; Harold P. Stokes*; Jack Sweeney*.

9 16 "A Casual Past" Correspondence T 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Allen Tate* (2 ALS dated 8/24/1961 & 11/10/1961); Walter S.B. Tate; Telford Taylor* (ALS dated 9/12/1961); Doris Thompson; Ralph Thompson; Jenny Trower; Harry S. Truman* (TLS dated 9/11/1961).

9 17 "A Casual Past" Correspondence W-Z 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past." Includes: Audrey and Jay Walz*; Robert Penn Warren (a.k.a. "Red")*; Marion Wasserman*; Herbert Wechsler*; Harry A. Weissblatt; John Wheeler-Bennett*; John Hall Wheelock*; Mark Van Doren* (ALS dated 8/14/1961); William S. White*; Elizabeth Wildman; Margaretta Wright*; Charles E. Wyzanski*; Mabel Zahn*.

9 18 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence (unidentified) 1961 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past."

9 18.1 "A Casual Past" - Ladies Home Journal / Peter Briggs 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Peter Briggs, associate editor, "Ladies' Home Journal."

9 19 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence: Jason Epstein 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Jason Epstein, editor at Random House.

9 20 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence: Margaret Guilbert 1959 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Mary Guilbert.

9 21 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence: Robert Lowell 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Robert Lowell (2 TLS dated 11/2/1961 & 11/18/1961).

9 21.1 "A Casual Past" - Doubleday Correspondence File 1958-59 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Doubleday editor, Pyke Johnson, Jr.

9 22 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence: Timothy Seldes 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Timothy Seldes, Doubleday & Company. Includes: Douglas M. Black, president; Jason Epstein; and Pyke Johnson, Jr.

9 23 "A Casual Past" - Correspondence: Ruth Toffler 1957-61 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "A Casual Past," from Ruth Toffler, manuscript typist for the book.

9 24 "A Casual Past" - Comments by Bernice Gilkyson undated DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of comments by Bernice Gilkyson on the manuscript for "A Casual Past" by Francis Biddle.

9 25 "A Casual Past" - Manuscript Fragment undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript fragment for "A Casual Past," by Francis Biddle.

9 26 "A Casual Past" - Manuscript Fragment undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript fragment for "A Casual Past," by Francis Biddle.

9 27 "A Casual Past" - Book jacket blurbs 1961 DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of book jacket blurbs for "A Casual Past" by Francis Biddle.

9 28 "A Casual Past" - Reviews (clippings) 1961 DESCRIPTION: Clippings of newspaper reviews of "A Casual Past," by Francis Biddle.

9 29 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence 1961-62 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority."

9 30 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence A 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Carolyn E. Agger*; Thurman Arnold*; Robert S. Allen*.

9 31 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence B 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Ed Bacon; Shirley M. Bartell; Leonard T. Beale*; John Biggs, Jr.*; James V. Bennett*, Director of Prisons; Richard Bentley*, editor-in-chief, "American Bar Association Journal"; Ralph Block*; Ernest Brooks, enclosing music score that he composed, entitled, "Unbriefed Authority"; Stimson Bullitt*.

9 32 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence C-D 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Harold Caccia*; Grenville Clark*; Agnes Conklin; Charles & Margaretta Cowenhoven, Jr.*; Richard Crowder* (ALS dated 1/26/1963); Laurence Dawson; Robert Day*; Agnes de Mille Prude*; Anne Dickey; Jean E. Duenas.

9 33 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence E-J 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Lynn Edminster; Spencer Ervin; Hubert S. Falk; Elma A. Foster; Henry J. Friendly*; Roden J. Fuller; Stanley Gewirtz; E. Ernest Goldstein; Hugh A. Hamilton*; B.H. Haggin; R. Beverley Herbert*; Edgar G. Johnston.

9 34 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence K-L 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Martin J. Kelly, Jr.; Leon H. Keyserling* (TLS dated 1/24/1963); Marian King; John A. Kinneman; William R. Laird; Elizabeth Langhorne; Emmet Lavery* (TLS dated 1/21/1963); Edgar C. Leaycraft; Joesph D. Leland; J.C. Long.

9 35 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence M-O 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Matthew McGuire*; Fredric March; Elizabetta ("Nicky") Mariano*; Mary Vaughan Marvin; Edward Miller; Sherman Minton*; Jonathan Mitchell; Guerrard Mullins; Donn Neal; Douglas T. Newbold*; Legare Obear (carbon from Biddle); Geoffrey Oaksey*.

9 36 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence R 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Samuel R. Rosenbaum*; A.L. Rowse* (ALS dated 4/19/1963); Morris ("Red") Rudensky* (TL unsigned dated 2/21/1963); Maurice Saeta; Henry Schweinhaut*; William Shafroth* to Glenn Winters (carbon); Richard M. Silberstein (carbon from Biddle); Frank E. Smith*; Lawrence M.C. Smith*; James H.J. Tate*, mayor, City of Philadelphia; Telford Taylor*.

9 37 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence W 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re volume 2 of his autobiography, "In Brief Authority." Includes: Aubrey Wagner*, chairman, board of directors, Tennessee Valley Authority; Frank C. Waldrop*; Herbert Wechsler*; Dorothy Wilson; Francis J. Wright.

9 38 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence 1964 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "In Brief Authority." Includes: William M. Ashley; Robert D. Barton; Catherine Carmody (carbon from Biddle); Elmira A. Foster; Felix Frankfurter* (TLS dated 10/5/1964 with signed carbon to Philip Kurland); Ernest F.S. Hanfstaengl; Edith Merrill; Carl L. Seidel*.

9 39 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence 1965 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "In Brief Authority." Includes: Ralph Block*; Nannina Fossi*; Anne Hutchens (carbon from Biddle); Alan Landsburg; Findley Morrow; Allen S. Olmsted.

9 40 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence 1966 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "In Brief Authority." Includes: Anne Loftis.

9 41 "In Brief Authority" - Correspondence c. 1961-66 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle re "In Brief Authority."

9 42 "In Brief Authority" - Doubleday Correspondence File 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Doubleday & Company, re the publication of his book, "In Brief Authority." Includes correspondence primarily from Timothy Seldes.

9 43 "In Brief Authority" - Doubleday Correspondence File 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Doubleday & Company, re the publication of his book, "In Brief Authority." Includes correspondence primarily from Timothy Seldes.

9 44 "In Brief Authority" - Doubleday Correspondence File 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Doubleday & Company, re the publication of his book, "In Brief Authority." Includes correspondence primarily from Timothy Seldes.

9 45 "In Brief Authority" - Doubleday Correspondence File 1964 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Doubleday & Company, re the publication of his book, "In Brief Authority." Includes correspondence primarily from Timothy Seldes.

9 46 "In Brief Authority" - Doubleday Correspondence File 1965-66 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Doubleday & Company, re the publication of his book, "In Brief Authority." Includes correspondence primarily from Timothy Seldes.

9 47 "In Brief Authority" - Doubleday: Distributions, Royalty Statements c.1961-64 DESCRIPTION: Book distribution lists and royalty statements from Doubleday publishers relating to "In Brief Authority" by Francis Biddle.

9 48 "In Brief Authority" - Ladies' Home Journal / Bruce Gould 1961-62 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re "In Brief Authority," from Bruce Gould, editor, "Ladies' Home Journal." Includes ALS 4/5/1962 from Beatrice Gould.

9 49 "In Brief Authority" - Gerald K. Smith Case 1964 DESCRIPTION: Copies of correspondence, affidavits, and case summary relating to a lawsuit against Doubleday & Company, Inc., in relation to the publication of "In Brief Authority" by Francis Biddle.

9 50 "In Brief Authority" - Review by Telford Taylor November 1963 DESCRIPTION: Review by Telford Taylor of "In Brief Authority," by Francis Biddle. Reprinted from "Harvard Law Review," (November 1963). 5 copies.

9 51 "In Brief Authority" - Reviews (clippings) 1962 DESCRIPTION: Clippings of reviews of "In Brief Authority" by Francis Biddle.

9 52 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence A c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Jim Allen; Dewey Anderson; Ernest Angell*, ACLU, chairman of board of directors; Daniel S. Anthony.

9 53 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence B c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Leonard Lee Bacon*; Roger N. Baldwin*, chairman, ACLU national committee; Grier Bartol* (carbon from John Hampton Barnes*); Stringfellow Barr*; C.F. Beatty; Norman Birkett*; Ingrid Bohlen*; Julian P. Boyd*, librarian, Princeton University Library.

9 54 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence C c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: William J. Campbell*; Alberto Carocci*; Bob Carr; Jack Chafee, Jr.; M.K. Chapin; Schuyler Chapin*; Stuart Chase*; Abraham Citron; E.U. Condon*, director, National Bureau of Standards, U.S. Department of Commerce; Bartley Crum; Charles E. Cuningham, managing editor, trade department, MacMillan Company; Jerome Cushman; Robert E. Cushman.

9 55 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence D-E c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Ruth Dadourian; Jerome Davis; G. Harris Daggett; Donald S. Dawson; William O. Douglas*; G.T. Drake-Brockman; Ellen D. Ellis.

9 56 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence F-J c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Charles S. Fox; Felix Frankfurter* (TLS dated 6/27/1950); Lionel Friedmann; Keith Galen; Peter A. Garnica; Stanley Gewirtz; Harold Goldman; Bernice Gilkyson*; Margaret Guilbert*; Marie Halfpenny; Charles W. Harbaugh; Donald Harrington; Arthur Garfield Hays*; J. Stuart Innerst; Sophia Jacobs; Don P. Johnston; Elwyn Jones*.

9 57 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence K-N c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Phil Kerby (carbon from Biddle); H.F. Kidder; Dan Kimball*, undersecretary of the U.S. Navy; Alfred A. Knopf* (carbon from Biddle); Mary T. Konecny; Herbert Koteen; J. Larfotti (sp?); Emmet Lavery* (TLS 11/17/1951); Edward H. Levi*; Perry Lubbock; William McKie; Harry B. Mitchell; Edith D. Moses; Chester W. Nimitz*.

9 58 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence O-P c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: David O'Brasky; John Lord O'Brian; J. Robert Oppenheimer* (carbon from Biddle); Iris Origo*; John J. Parker*; Walter B. Pitkin; Arthur Paul; Robert Payne.

9 59 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence R-T c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Joseph L. Rauh Jr.* (carbon to Seth W. Richardson*, chairman, Loyalty Review Board, U.S. Civil Service Commission); Ralph W. Robart; Florence Robin; James J. Rohan, S.J.; Arthur Leonard Ross; Mary M. Shaw; Harold Strauss*; Alberto Tarchiani*; Allen Tate (ALS 5/22/1953).

9 60 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence U-Z c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom." Includes: Louis Untermeyer*; Mark Van Doren* (ALS 2/20/1951 & TLS 4/5/1951); James P. Warburg; Julius S. Weyl; Nathaniel Weyl; F.W. Wharton; John Hall Wheelock*; Margaretta Wright*; Mario Zito.

9 61 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence (Unidentified) c.1950-53 DESCRIPTION: Unidentified correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom."

9 62 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence: Kay Boyle 1953-54 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom," from Kay Boyle: TLS 1/25/1953, ALS 3/17/1953, ALS 2/8/1954, TLS 5/5/1954.

9 63 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence: Charlton Ogburn 1951 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom," from Charlton Ogburn: 2 TLS dated 5/21/1951 and 5/22/1951.

9 64 "The Fear of Freedom" - Correspondence: Doubleday 1951-71 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The Fear of Freedom," from Doubleday & Company publishers.

9 65 "The Fear of Freedom" - Critical Comments undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript list of critical comments on "The Fear of Freedom" by Francis Biddle.

9 66 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence: Robert Benjamin 1938 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Robert M. Benjamin concerning the estate of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Includes copies of memoranda re a meeting of Holmes' secretaries on the matter.

9 67 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence: C.D. Bowen 1940-44 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "Mr. Justice Holmes" (1942), from Catherine ("Kitty") Drinker Bowen: 5 TLS dated 12/19/1940, 4/10/1942, 1/18/1943, 2/1/1943, 7/10/1944.

9 68 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence: Van Wyck Brooks 1941-43 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "Mr. Justice Holmes" (1942), from Van Wyck Brooks: typescript copy of a letter dated 2/24/1943.

9 69 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence: Felix Frankfurter 1932-53 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "Mr. Justice Holmes" (1942), from Felix Frankfurter: TLS 2/17/1932; TLS 3/14/1935; TLS 3/21/1935; tls 2/1/1938; TLS 2/5/1938; TLS 6/25/1942; and ALS 2/17/1953.

9 70 Oliver Wendell Holmes Association 1963 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Kirtley Mather, president, the Oliver Wendell Holmes Association.

9 71 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence 1931-32 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to research and writing on Oliver Wendell Holmes by Francis Biddle, particularly in relation to his book, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (1942). Includes: R. Beverley Herbert*; Arthur Denon Hill; Frederick C. Fiecheter (carbon from Biddle).

9 72 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence 1934-36 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly in relation to the book by Francis Biddle, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (1942). Includes: James M. Beck; Lloyd Garrison; Thomas G. Corcoran*; John Lockwood; John G. Palfrey; J. Harvard Thain;.

9 73 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence A-C 1942 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly in relation to the book by Francis Biddle, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (1942). Includes: Harry W. Alexander; Walter P. Armstrong; John H. Barnes*; Moncure Biddle*; John Biggs, Jr.*; W.B. Bodine; Francis Boyer*; A.O. Buey (sp?); Charles T. Cowenhoven, Jr.*; Charles E. Cropley*; Lawrence Curtis.

9 74 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence D-P 1942 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly in relation to the book by Francis Biddle, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (1942). Includes: Mitchell Dawson; Leland B. Duer; S. Engelking; Robert C. Fergus; Arthur Garfield Hays*; Walter Lichtenstein; John G. Palfrey; Maxwell Perkins*.

9 75 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence A-E 1943 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly in relation to the book by Francis Biddle, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (1942). Includes: George Biddle*; Curtis Bok*; Alexander Bonnyman; Edith Borie*; F.E. Bredouw; Charles T. Cowenhoven, Jr.*; Charles E. Cropley* (with attached correspondence from Matthew C. Fleming*); Lewis Einstein*.

9 76 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence H-W 1943 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly in relation to the book by Francis Biddle, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (1942). Includes: William W. Heard; Mark Howe*; William D. Lewis (sp?); M.A. McKavitt; John G. Palfrey; Louis b. Resnick; Edward S. Rogers; Sidney G. Stricker; Elbert D. Thomas*; Louis B. Wehle; Wayne C. Williams.

9 77 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence 1944 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly to the book, "Mr. Justices Holmes," (1942) by Francis Biddle. Includes: John H. Cramer; Albert Lee Stephens*; Arthur L.H. Street; Louis E. Wyman.

9 78 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence c.1950-59 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly to the book, "Mr. Justices Holmes," (1942) by Francis Biddle. Includes: Joseph P. Blickensderfer; Nannina Fossi*; August Heckscher* (TLS 11/27/1953); Emmet Lavery* (TLS 4/29/1955); L. Quincy Mumford* (3 TLS 8/10/1959; 8/20/1959; 10/26/1959, with reference to the establishment of the Oliver Wendell Holmes lecture series hosted by the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise, Library of Congress); Richard K. Stevens.

9 79 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence 1960 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly to the book by Francis Biddle, "Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court," (1961). Includes: Samuel H. Beer; William J. Campbell*; Bart Leach.

9 80 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly to the book by Francis Biddle, "Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court," (1961). Includes: Owen Biddle*; Albert Z. Carr; Thomas G. Corcoran*; Allen W. Dulles*; E. Ernest Goldstein; John M. Harlan*; Ray D. Henson; Eleanora Kissel*; Emmet Lavery* (TLS 8/5/1961); Edward H. Levi*; Wallace Mendelson; Stanley Reed*.

9 81 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence 1962 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, particularly to the book by Francis Biddle, "Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court," (1961). Includes: Natalie G. Altman; Liva Baker; Merle L. Cox re a memorial stone for Holmes at Arlington National Cemetery; Nancy Hardin; A.L. Hart; Charlton Ogburn* (TLS 1968); James H. Rowe, Jr.* (sending a copy of TLS 2/21/1964 from Joseph A. Califano, Jr. to Rowe re lettering on the memorial stone for Holmes at Arlington National Cemetery); Harry W. Swegle.

9 82 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence undated DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes. Includes: Lydia Biddle*; Charles W. Ervin*; F. Peabody.

10 1 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Corres. from Francis Biddle c.1934 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence from Francis Biddle to Oliver Wendell Holmes.

10 2 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Corres. to Owen Wister (Transcriptions) 1881-1899 DESCRIPTION: Typed transcriptions of correspondence from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Owen Wister.

10 3 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Corres. to Owen Wister (Transcriptions) 1900-10 DESCRIPTION: Typed transcriptions of correspondence from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Owen Wister.

10 4 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Corres. to Owen Wister (Transcriptions) 1920-29 DESCRIPTION: Typed transcriptions of correspondence from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Owen Wister.

10 5 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Corres. to Owen Wister (Transcriptions) 1930-33 DESCRIPTION: Typed transcriptions of correspondence from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Owen Wister.

10 6 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Correspondence (Transcripts) 1926-42 DESCRIPTION: Transcripts of correspondence from Oliver Wendell Holmes to Edmund Randolph Biddle, Charles E. Clark, Mrs. David Davis, William A. Hayes, Arthur Garfield Hays, Paul M. Herzog, Countess Palffy, George W. Pepper, Richard K. Stevens.

10 7 "Mr. Justice Holmes" by Francis Biddle February 1932 DESCRIPTION: Article by Francis Biddle, "Mr. Justice Holmes," (reprintd from "Temple Law Quarterly," February 1932).

10 8 "The Humanism of Justice Holmes" by Francis Biddle undated DESCRIPTION: Notes by Francis Biddle re "The Humanism of Justice Holmes."

10 9 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Discussion re "The Common Law" undated DESCRIPTION: Radio broadcast transcript of discussion between Verner Clapp and Francis Biddle on "The Common Law" by Oliver Wendell Holmes.

10 10 "Justice Holmes, Natural Law..." Galley Proofs 1961 DESCRIPTION: Galley proofs for "Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court: the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Lectures, 1960," by Francis Biddle (New York: MacMillan Company, 1961).

10 11 "Justice Holmes, Natural Law..." Typescript December 1960 DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript by Francis Biddle for "Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court."

10 12 "Mr. Justice Holmes" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Typed and autograph notes for the biography, "Mr. Justice Holmes," by Francis Biddle.

10 13 "Mr. Justice Holmes" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Typed and autograph notes for the biography, "Mr. Justice Holmes," by Francis Biddle.

10 14 "The Magnificent Yankee" - Corres. with Emmet Lavery 1944-50 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence between Emmet Lavery and Francis Biddle re the former's adaptation of Biddle's biography on Oliver Wendell Holmes into a play. Includes from Lavery: TLS 11/10/1945, TLS 2/2/1946, telegram 11/14/1949, TLS 7/20/1950.

10 15 "The Magnificent Yankee" - Correspondence 1945-46 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence re "The Magnificent Yankee" by Emmet Lavery, a play based on the biography of Oliver Wendell Holmes by Francis Biddle. Includes: Catherine Drinker Bowen (ALS 1/25/1946); Louis Calhern (carbon from Biddle); Arthur Hopkins (3 TLS 1945-46 with carbons from Biddle).

10 16 "The Magnificent Yankee" - Royalty Statement 1950 DESCRIPTION: Royalty statement for "The Magnificent Yankee" to Francis Biddle from the Dramatists' Guild.

10 17 "The Magnificent Yankee" - First Night Party Guest List 1945 DESCRIPTION: Guest list for the first night party celebrating the opening of "The Magnificent Yankee" by Emmet Lavery.

10 18 "The Magnificent Yankee" - Scene Analysis undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of scene analysis for Emmet Lavery's play, "The Magnificent Yankee."

10 19 "The Magnificent Yankee" - Screenplay 1950 DESCRIPTION: Screenplay for "The Magnificent Yankee" by Emmet Lavery.

10 20 "The Magnificent Yankee" - Film Reviews 1950 DESCRIPTION: Clippings of reviews of the film adaptation of Emmet Lavery's play about Oliver Wendell Holmes, "The Magnificent Yankee."

10 21 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Will 1931-35 DESCRIPTION: Photostat copies of the last will and testament of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Includes copies of 4 codicils.

10 22 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Bibliographies undated DESCRIPTION: Copies of typed and printed bibliographies on Oliver Wendell Holmes.

10 23 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Distribution & Reviews Lists 1942-43 DESCRIPTION: Typed lists re book distributions and reviews for "Mr. Justice Holmes" (1942) by Francis Biddle.

10 24 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Thesis by Frederick C. Fiechter, Jr. 1932 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of thesis by Frederick C. Fiechter, Jr.: "An American Aristocrat: Oliver Wendell Holmes."

10 25 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Miscellaneous Related Information undated DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of miscellaneous information relating to Oliver Wendell Holmes, including reminiscences and comments by Fellix Frankfurter, Laurence Curtis.

10 26 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Related Printed Items c.1927-59 DESCRIPTION: Reprints of articles on Oliver Wendell Holmes and related topics in law: - "Jurisprudence," by Edmond N. Cahn, 1951. - "Valedictory Opinions of Mr. Justice Holmes," by Edward Dumbauld, 1944. - "Holmes the Soldier-Philosopher," by George R. Farnum, 1939. - "Where the Captain was Found," by Anna Howell Kennedy Findlay, 1938. - "The Fundamentals of Holmes' Juristic Philosophy," John C. Ford, S.J., 1941. - "Sketch of the Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes," by Felix Frankfurter. - "Mr. Justice Holmes and the Constitution," by Felix Frankfurter, 1927. - "Portrait of the New Supreme Court," by Walter B. Kennedy, 1944. - "Some Table Talk of Justice Holmes and the Mrs.," by Richard Walden Hale, 1935. - "Toward Neutral Principles of Constitutional Law," by Herbert Wechsler, 1959.

10 27 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Newsclippings c.1935-60 DESCRIPTION: Newsclippings about Oliver Wendell Holmes, primarily obituaries.

10 28 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Photographs undated DESCRIPTION: b/w photograph of Oliver Wendell Holmes (c.1860s). 5 copies.

10 29 Oliver Wendell Holmes - Photograph c.1902 DESCRIPTION: b/w photograph of Oliver Wendell Holmes (c.1902).

10 30 "The Llanfear Pattern" - Copyright Registration Certificate 1955 DESCRIPTION: Library of Congress certificate of copyright registration for "The Llanfear Pattern," a novel by Francis Biddle.

10 31 "If This Be Treason" - Synopsis undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of synopsis and background information for Francis Biddle's play about the trial of William Penn, "If This Be Treason."

10 32 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Act 1 Scenes 1-4 undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (Act 1 Scenes 1-4).

10 33 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Act 1 Scene 2 undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (Act 1 Scene 2).

10 34 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Act 1 Scene 3 undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (Act 1 Scene 3).

10 35 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Act 2 (Fragments) undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (Act two fragments).

10 36 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Act 1 & 2 (fragments) undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (Acts 1 & 2 fragments).

10 37 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Common Pleas Scene undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," ("Common Pleas" scene).

10 38 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Miscellaneous undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (miscellaneous scenes).

10 39 "If This Be Treason" - Script: Miscellaneous Scenes undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for play about the trial of William Penn, by Francis Biddle, "If This Be Treason," (miscellaneous scenes).

10 40 "If This Be Treason" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Francis Biddle for his play, "If This Be Treason."

10 41 "If This Be Treason" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Francis Biddle for his play, "If This Be Treason."

10 42 "If This Be Treason" - Copyright Material 1962-69 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from the Library of Congress Copyright Office, re registering his play on William Penn, "If This Be Treason."

10 43 "If This Be Treason" - Research Material undated DESCRIPTION: Research material used by Francis Biddle in writing his play about the trial of William Penn.

11 1 "If This Be Treason" - Correspondence: Richard Waters 1967-68 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence relating to a play* written by Francis Biddle about the trial of William Penn (1644-1718). Includes: Richard Waters, actor and director of the Fisherman's Players, Cape Cod, whom Biddle approached to produce the play; and Lucy Kroll, Biddle's agent. Includes clippings of reviews and programs of the Fisherman's Players. * The play was originally entitled, "If This Be Treason," and was later reworked into a shorter version entitled, "The Trial of William Penn."

11 2 "The Trial of William Penn" - Corres.: Richard Waters 1969 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence regarding the adaptation of Francis Biddle's play about the trial of William Penn. Includes Richard Waters and Biddle's agent, Lucy Kroll. Also includes TLS 8/26/1969 from Schuyler Chapin to Katherine Biddle about the work.

11 3 "The Trial of William Penn" - Corres.: Richard Waters 1970-72 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence regarding the adaptation of Francis Biddle's play about the trial of William Penn. Includes Richard Waters and Biddle's agent, Lucy Kroll. Also: Paul Chavchavadze; Paul Epstein; John E. Booth.

11 4 Richard Waters - Biographical Information undated DESCRIPTION: Biographical information about actor, director Richard Waters. Includes printed article.

11 5 "The Trial of William Penn" - Correspondence 1963-64 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re a play, he'd written about the trial of William Penn, later adapted by Richard Waters for performance by the Fisherman's Players. Includes: Schuyler Chapin; Oliver Jensen, American Heritage Publishing Co.; Lucy Kroll; Robert L. Reynolds, American Heritage Publishing Co.; Herbert Wechsler.

11 6 "The Trial of William Penn" - Correspondence 1965 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re a play, he'd written about the trial of William Penn, later adapted by Richard Waters for performance by the Fisherman's Players. Includes: Catherine Drinker Bowen*(TLS 12/4/1965); Schuyler Chapin*(carbon from Biddle); Randolph Chetwynd*(carbon from Biddle); Jill Dargeon; Nancy Ann Emery; Helen-Anne Hilker; Oliver Jensen*; Lucy Kroll* Robert H. Land*; Richard Schechner*, Tulane Drama Review; Quincy L. Mumford* (carbon from Biddle); Legare H.B. Obear*.

11 7 "The Trial of William Penn" - Correspondence 1966 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re a play he'd written about the trial of William Penn, later adapted by Richard Waters for performance by the Fisherman's Players. Includes: Curtis Canfield*; Schuyler Chapin*; Jill Dargeon; Lucy Kroll*; Burgess Meredith*; Douglas T. Newbold*; Richard Schechner*; Janet Shafroth*; Dorothy Simpson; Jean M. Shepard.

11 8 "The Trial of William Penn" - Correspondence 1967 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re a play he'd written about the trial of William Penn, later adapted by Richard Waters for performance by the Fisherman's Players. Includes: Emmet Lavery*(TLS 9/29/1967); Burgess Meredith* (ALS 3/1/1967, TLS 4/24/1967, TLS 5/23/1967, TLS 9/11/1967); Lucy Kroll*; Samuel R. Rosenbaum*; Richard Schechner*; John Wakefield.

11 9 "The Trial of William Penn" - Correspondence 1968 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re a play he'd written about the trial of William Penn, later adapted by Richard Waters for performance by the Fisherman's Players. Includes: Lucy Kroll; Richard Waters.

11 10 "Trial of William Penn" - Typed Manuscript undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript pages for the play by Francis Biddle, "The Trial of William Penn."

11 11 "The Trial of William Penn" - Typed Manuscript Pages undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript pages for the play by Francis Biddle, "The Trial of William Penn."

11 12 "The Trial of William Penn" - Typed Manuscript Pages undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript pages for the play by Francis Biddle, "The Trial of William Penn."

11 13 "The Trial of William Penn" - Typed Manuscript Pages undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript pages for the play by Francis Biddle, "The Trial of William Penn."

11 14 "The Trial of William Penn" - Typed Manuscript Pages undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript pages for the play by Francis Biddle, "The Trial of William Penn."

11 15 "The Trial of William Penn" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes (by Katherine Biddle) re the trial of William Penn.

11 16 "The Trial of William Penn" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes (by Katherine Biddle) re the trial of William Penn.

11 17 "The Trial of William Penn" - Miscellaneous undated DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous items relating to research by Francis Biddle on William Penn.

11 18 "The Trial of William Penn" - Photograph 1970 DESCRIPTION: 2 b/w photographs of a portrait of William Penn, forwarded with ALS 4/29/1970 from Murial Burrell Smith to Katherine Biddle. (Note: Photograph not to be reproduced without permission of Christ Church, Oxford.)

11 19 "The Trial of William Penn" - Handbills & Notices 1969 DESCRIPTION: Printed handbills, notices, and program for performances of "The Trial of William Penn" by the Fisherman's Players, Cape Cod, Mass.

11 20 "The Trial of William Penn" - Reviews 1969 DESCRIPTION: Clippings of printed reviews of the performances by the Fisherman's Players of "The Trial of William Penn" by Francis Biddle.

11 21 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence A-B 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle about his book, "The World's Best Hope." Includes: Warren R. Austin*; Virginia Bacon*; Leonard Beale*; Marie Beale* (Mrs. Truxton Beale); Mary Beggans; Julia Biddle*; John Biggs, Jr.*; Wilfred E. Binkley; Harry Blake; Mildred Bliss*; Alexander Bonnyman; Edith Borie*.

11 22 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence C-D 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The World's Best Hope" (1949). Includes: Marguerite Caetani*; William J. Campbell*; Frances Carlisle; Marquis Childs*; William L. Clayton*; Ernest Cuneo* (carbon from Biddle); Henry Sturgis Dennison (carbon from Biddle); Denis Cardinal Dougherty*; Katherine Dunlap*.

11 23 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence E-J 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The World's Best Hope" (1949). Includes: Lewis Einstein; Richard Erstein; C.W. Ervin; Nannina Fossi*; Elizabeth M. Hallstrom; M.H. Hedges; Elwyn Jones*; Juan Carlos Gomez*.

11 24 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence K-P 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The World's Best Hope" (1949). Includes: Estes Kefauver*; Josef J. Kral (carbon from Biddle); Pierre LePaulle; Edward H. Levi*; Willard Luther*; Philip J. McCook; Hazel Markel; Karl G. Miller*; Reinhold Niebuhr* (carbon from Biddle); Charlton Ogburn*; Iris Origo*; Isidor Ostroff*.

11 25 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence S-W 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The World's Best Hope" (1949). Includes: Leon Savage* (2 TLS 3/25/1949, 4/5/1949); Mary R. Slocum; Michael Straight* (carbon from Biddle); Thomas V. Sullivan; Charles Ward*; Sumner Welles (copy of letter 3/4/1948); John Wheeler-Bennett*; James H. Wolfe*.

11 26 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence (unidentified) 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re his book, "The World's Best Hope" (1949). Individuals not identified.

11 27 "The World's Best Hope" - Correspondence: University of Chicago Press 1949 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from the University of Chicago Press, publisher of his book, "The World's Best Hope" (1949).

11 28 "The World's Best Hope" - Reviews 1949 DESCRIPTION: Clippings of reviews of "The World's Best Hope" by Francis Biddle.

11 29 "Candide Jones" - Manuscript c.1953 DESCRIPTION: Manuscript for a work by Francis Biddle entitled, "Candide Jones." Includes TLS 10/15/1953 from Michael Straight.

11 30 "Candide Jones" - Manuscript c.1953 DESCRIPTION: Manuscript fragment for a work by Francis Biddle entitled, "Candide Jones."

11 31 "Candide Jones" - Manuscript c.1953 DESCRIPTION: Manuscript for a work by Francis Biddle entitled, "Candide Jones."

11 32 "The Offending Adam" - Manuscript undated DESCRIPTION: Manuscript for a work of fiction by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The Offending Adam." Undated.

11 33 "The Offending Adam" - Manuscript undated DESCRIPTION: Manuscript for a work of fiction by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The Offending Adam." Undated.

11 34 "The Offending Adam" - Notes undated DESCRIPTION: Notes for a work of fiction by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The Offending Adam." Undated.

11 35 "Are You Coming to the U.S....?" - Corres. A-C 1967-1968 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re an article written for "The Washingtonian" magazine (January 1968), entitled, "Are You Coming to the United States to Practice Prostitution?" The article is a critique of U.S. immigration policy and practices. Includes: Birch Bayh* (carbon from Biddle); Francis Boyer*; William J. Campbell*; Ugo Carusi* (with several attached memoranda by Carusi on the subject); Emanuel Celler* (carbon from Biddle).

11 36 "Are You Coming to the U.S...." - Corres. E-J 1967-68 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re an article written for "The Washingtonian" magazine (January 1968), entitled, "Are You Coming to the United States to Practice Prostitution?" Includes: Edward J. Ennis*; Mr. Phillip B. Heymann (carbon from Biddle); Miron Grindea*; Lyndon B. Johnson* (TLS 3/5/1968).

11 37 "Are You Coming to the U.S...." - Corres. L-P 1967-68 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re an article written for "The Washingtonian" magazine (January 1968), entitled, "Are You Coming to the United States to Practice Prostitution?" Includes: Anthony Lewis*; Gian Carlo Menotti* (carbon from Biddle); Wayne Morse* (carbon from Biddle); Eleanor Nealon; Drew Pearson*; John de J. Pemberton*; Laughlin Phillips*, editor, "The Washingtonian Magazine."

11 38 "Are You Coming to the U.S...." - Corres. R-W 1967-68 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re an article written for "The Washingtonian" magazine (January 1968), entitled, "Are You Coming to the United States to Practice Prostitution?" Includes: Dean Rusk* (TLS 3/4/1968); Abba Schwartz; Barbara M. Watson.

11 39 "Are You Coming to the U.S...." - Reprints 1967-68 DESCRIPTION: Reprints of Francis Biddle's article on U.S. immigration policy, entitled, "Are You Coming to the United States to Practice Prostitution?" (from "The Washingtonian Magazine," January 1968).

11 40 "Are You Coming to the U.S...." - Typescripts 1967-68 DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript for Francis Biddle's article originally entitled, "Are You Going to the United States to Practice Prostitution?" Includes 3 copies, notes by Katherine Biddle, and newspaper clipping, "We Don't Just Let Anybody In," by Ruth Daniloff (Washington Post, 1965).

11 41 Article: "A Civil Rights Project" undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript for an article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "A Civil Rights Project."

11 42 Article: "Corruption in Government" November 3, 1952 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "Corruption in Government," (in "New Republic," 11/3/1952).

11 43 Article: "Democracy and Racial Minorities" November 11, 1943 DESCRIPTION: Printed address by Francis Biddle, entitled, "Democracy and Racial Minorities," for the Institute for Religious Studies.

11 44 Article: "Dilemmas of Liberalism" May 1953 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "Dilemmas of Liberalism."

11 45 Article: "The Friendship of Holmes and Brandeis" 1966 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re an article he wrote entitled, "The Friendship and Holmes and Brandeis." Includes: Robert S. Allen; Harry Barnard; Martin Feldman; Joseph First; Emanuel Friedman; Overton Harris, Joseph Sloane (carbon from Biddle); Frances G. Robinson; Edward Weeks.

11 46 Article: "The Friendship of Holmes and Brandeis" 1966 DESCRIPTION: Copyright forms and related items for article by Francis Biddle, "Friendship of Holmes and Brandeis."

11 47 Article: "The Future of Freedom" February 1956 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle entitled, "The Future of Freedom" (in "The New Hampshire Alumnus," February 1956).

11 48 Article: "The Kennedy Blitzkrieg" 1964 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle entitled, "The Kennedy Blitzkrieg." Includes correspondence from Edward J. Ennis*; Thomas N. Leidy (sp?); James McFarland*; Fred Smedley; Irwin R. Stone.

11 49 Article: "The Living Memory" undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript for an article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The Living Memory."

11 50 Article: "Mr. Justice Holmes" February 1932 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle entitled, "Mr. Justice Holmes" (reprinted from the Temple Law Quarterly," February 1932).

11 51 Article: "The People, Not the Government..." undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript for an article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The People, Not the Government, Possess Absolute Power."

11 52 Article: "The Problems of Modernizing the Tennessee Farmer" June 4, 1938 DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript for an article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The Problems of Modernizing the Tennessee Farmer."

11 53 Article: "St. Patrick" undated DESCRIPTION: Typed notes re St. Patrick and Irish culture.

11 54 Article: "Sickness of Fear" November 1951 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle entitled, "Sickness of Fear," (in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, November 1951).

11 55 Article: "The So-Called Liberal" undated DESCRIPTION: Typed manuscript for an article by Francis Biddle, entitled, "The So-Called Liberal."

11 56 Short story: "His First Client" April 22, 1925 DESCRIPTION: Manuscript for a short story by Francis Biddle entitled, "His First Client."

11 57 Paper: "Victor Hugo's Policatical Satire..." May 28, 1908 DESCRIPTION: Manuscript for a college paper by Francis Biddle, entitled, "Victor Hugo's Political Satire as Illustrated in Les Chatiments."

11 58 Article: "Walter Lippmann and Reality" November 14, 1955 DESCRIPTION: Printed article by Francis Biddle entitled, "Walter Lippmann and Reality," (in The New Republic, 11/14/1955).

11 59 Report: "War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944" April 24, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Report by Francis Biddle to Congress under the provisions of the Surplus Property Act and the War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944.

11 60 In Memoriam to Frances Hoar Foster November 30, 1962 DESCRIPTION: Memorial service program for Frances Hoar Foster. Includes tribute by Francis Biddle.

12 1 Letter to the Editor: "The New Republic" May 7, 1962 DESCRIPTION: Carbon copy of typed letter to the editor of "The New Republic" by Francis Biddle. Reference to article, "Another Such Victory...The President's Short War Against Steel," by Charles A. Reich, (The New Republic, 4/30/1962, included here).

12 2 Letter to the Editor: "The Washington Post" 1963 DESCRIPTION: Carbon of letter from Francis Biddle to the editor of "The Washington Post," re Joseph L. Rauh.

12 3 Book Review: "It's Not Done" by William C. Bullitt undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript (with carbon copy) of book review by Francis Biddle for, "It's Not Done" by William C. Bullitt.

12 4 Book Review: "The Romance of Oil" by T. Walter Gilkyson 1925 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of book review by Francis Biddle for, "The Romance of Oil," by T. Walter Gilkyson.

12 5 Book Reviews - Miscellaneous undated DESCRIPTION: Typescripts of book reviews by Francis Biddle.

12 6 Book Reviews 1953-62 DESCRIPTION: Clippings of printed book reviews by Francis Biddle.

12 7 Notes: "And They Lynched Him..." by Katherine Biddle c.1940 DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Francis Biddle re the first performance of the poem by Katherine Biddle, "And they lynched him from a tree." Performed by the New York Philharmonic, directed by Artur Rodzinski.

12 8 Verse 1961 & undated DESCRIPTION: Typed and autograph fragments of verse by Francis Biddle.

12 9 Notes: Greece Trip 1962 DESCRIPTION: Notes by Francis Biddle re a trip to Greece.

12 10 Notes: Paris undated DESCRIPTION: Notes by Francis Biddle re Paris.

12 11 Notes: Miscellaneous 1955 & undated DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous note fragments by Francis Biddle. Includes an autograph manuscript that appears to be an aide-memoire or reminiscence, dated 4/1/1955.

12 12 Notes: Miscellaneous undated DESCRIPTION: Miscellaneous notes by Francis Biddle probably for various book reviews.

12 13 Quotations undated DESCRIPTION: Fragments of quotations collected by Francis Biddle.

12 13.1 Quotations (miscellaneous notes) undated DESCRIPTION: Transcriptions of miscellaneous quotations collected by Francis Biddle, probably used for addresses and in articles.

12 14 Publisher Correspondence: Miscellaneous (A-Y) c.1945-67 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from publishers re articles he had written for their publications. Includes the Atlantic Monthly, the Sewanee Review, the Yale Review, among others.

12 15 Publisher Correspondence: American Heritage / Oliver Jensen 1961-68 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from Oliver Jensen, American Heritage publishers.

12 16 Publisher Correspondence: EPOCA 1966 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re an article on Nuremberg, entitled, "The Sentences at Nurnberg."

12 17 Publisher Correspondence: MacMillan Company 1961 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle from the MacMillan Company re publication of his book, "Justice Holmes, Natural Law, and the Supreme Court."

12 18 Publisher Correspondence: The New Republic 1950-66 DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Francis Biddle re the "ew Republic." Includes, Robert Luce and Michael Straight.

12 19 Address: "Remarks...on the Bill of Rights" 1962 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "Summary of remarks...on the Bill of Rights."

12 20 Address: "Bill of Rights and the McCarran Law" 1950 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "The Bill of Rights and the McCarran Law," delivered before the New York City Civil Liberties Committee, 12/14/1950.

12 21 Address: "Challenge to Liberalism!" March 23, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, ""Challenge to Liberalism." Delivered at the first annual dinner of the Liberal Party of New York, 3/23/1945.

12 22 Address: re Constitutional amendment to limit president 1947 DESCRIPTION: Notes for an address by Francis Biddle re a constitutional amendment to limit the U.S. presidency to two terms.

12 23 Address: "Control of American Foreign Policy" undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "The Control of American Foreign Policy."

12 24 Address: "Collective Bargaining" January 27, 1935 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "Collective Bargaining."

12 25 Address: "Freedom and Preservation of Human Values" April 6, 1959 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "Freedom and the Preservation of Human Values," delivered as a Leo M. Franklin Memorial Lecture, Detroit, Michigan, April 6, 1959.

12 26 Address: "The Future of Freedom" undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "The Future of Freedom." Address given at the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Chief Justice John Marshall (1755-1835) by the University of New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Bar Association.

12 27 Address: "Morals and Efficiency in Government" 1953 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "Morals and Eifficency in Government." Delivered at a conference on moral standards (9/13-15/1953).

12 28 Address: "Implications of the Fifth Amendment" February 23, 1955 DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "The Implications of the Fifth Amendment." Delivered to the Akron Civic Forum, Akron, Ohio, 2/23/1955.

12 28.1 Address: "International Cartels" April 7, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address by Francis Biddle, entitled, "International Cartels," delivered at a luncheon of the Foreign Policy Association, Philadelphia, April 7, 1945.

12 29 Address: "The Lesson of Nuremberg" undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "The Lesson of Nuremberg."

12 30 Address: "Le Lecon de Nuremberg" undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of address given by Francis Biddle, "Le Lecon de Nuremberg."

12 31 Address: "Loyalty Tests in Government and Education" February 24, 1950 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address by Francis Biddle, entitled, "Loyalty Tests in Government and Education."

12 32 Address: "Protest Against the Nazis" undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address by Francis Biddle, entitled, "Protest Against the Nazis."

12 32.1 Address: "This I Believe" undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript for an address by Francis Biddle, entitled, "This I Believe."

12 33 Address: "What Responsibility has the U.S. for World Stability?" July 17, 1946 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address by Francis Biddle, entitled, "What Responsibility has the U.S. for World Stability?" Address delivered at the Mount Holyoke Institute on the United Nations, July 17, 1946.

12 34 Address in honor of Wendell Berge May 3, 1947 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle in honor of Wendell Berge.

12 35 Address in honor of Louis Brandeis December 21, 1942 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle in honor of Louis Brandeis.

12 36 Address in honor of Benjamin N. Cardozo undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle in honor of Benjamin N. Cardozo.

12 37 Address in honor of George F. Kennan undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle in honor of Geroge F. Kennan.

12 38 Address in honor of Jules Pascin undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle in honor of artist Jules Pascin (1885-1930).

12 39 Address in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt April 13, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered at the memorial service for Franklin D. Roosevelt. 12 39.1 Address re Al Smith undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address by Francis Biddle re Al Smith.

12 40 Address in honor of Harry Truman undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle in honor of Harry S. Truman.

12 41 Address: Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) 1950-55 DESCRIPTION: Transcripts of addresses given by Francis Biddle at conventions of Americans for Democratic Action.

12 42 Address: American Jewish Congress June 10, 1937 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address given by Francis Biddle to the American Jewish Congress, June 10, 1937.

12 43 Address: International Ladies Garment Workers Union May 28, 1950 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address given by Francis Biddle to the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 28, 1950.

12 44 Address: Jewish Theological Seminary January 24, 1954 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the Jewish Theological Seminary.

12 45 Address: Judiciary Sub-Committee on Foreign Contracts May 17, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the Judiciary Sub-committee on Foreign Contracts Bill and the Special Committee Investigating Petroleum Resources, U.S. Senate.

12 46 Address: Mifflin High School undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the Mifflin High School.

12 47 Address: National Autonomous University of Mexico September 14, 1943 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

12 48 Address: National Emergency conference on Resources undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the National Emergency Conference on Resources.

12 49 Address: OCCAM Society in London October 18, 1962 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the OCCAM Society of London.

12 50 Address: Phi Beta Kappa undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the Phi Beta Kappa.

12 51 Address: Philadelphia High School for Girls January 28, 1938 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the Philadelphia High School for Girls.

12 52 Address: Philadelphia Opera House October 28, 1936 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered at the Philadelphia Opera House re recent presidential campaign involving reelection of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

12 53 Address: Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments February 25, 1964 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the Senate Subcommittee on the Constitutional Amendments.

12 54 Address: United Business Men's Association of Philadelphia undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address by Francis Biddle delivered to the United Business Men's Association of Philadelphia.

12 55 Address re Aluminum Company of America March 13, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address/statement by Francis Biddle re decision of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit holding the Aluminum Company of America to be an illegal monopoly in violation of the the Sherman Anti-Trust laws.

12 56 Address re American Law undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address/statement by Francis Biddle re American law.

12 57 Address re Israel January 25, 1950 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address/statement by Francis Biddle re Israel and acknowledgment of the planting of a grove of Lebanon cedars in that country in honor of Biddle.

12 58 Address re labor law (U.S.) undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address/statement by Francis Biddle re U.S. labor law.

12 59 Address re National identity undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript notes for an address by Francis Biddle on national identity.

12 60 Address re naturalization January 22, 1945 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of address/statement by Francis Biddle re naturalization.

12 61 Address re Philadelphia December 3, 1931 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address/remarks made by Francis Biddle on the subject of the city of Philadelphia.

12 62 Address re U.S. Foreign Policy undated DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address/remarks made by Francis Biddle on the subject of U.S. foreign policy.

12 63 Address re San Francisco Conference c.1945 DESCRIPTION: Transcript of an address/remarks made by Francis Biddle on the subject of the San Francisco Conference convened by international leaders to form the United Nations, on April 25, 1945.

12 64 Untitled address/remarks (biographical) undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of untitled address/remarks by Francis Biddle about his career.

12 65 Untitled address/remarks (biographical) undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of untitled address/remarks by Francis Biddle about his career.

12 66 Untitled address/remarks undated DESCRIPTION: Typescript of untitled address/remarks by Francis Biddle.

12 67 Untitled address/remarks (notes) undated DESCRIPTION: Typed notes for an untitled address/remarks by Francis Biddle.

12 68 Untitled address/remarks (notes) undated DESCRIPTION: Autograph notes by Francis Biddle for an address (untitled).

12 69 Addresses (fragments) undated DESCRIPTION: Fragments of typescripts for addresses/remarks by Francis Biddle.


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