Includes writings, correspondence, legal briefs, and printed matter, relating to international civil rights cases, world federation,
and attempts to secure international recognition of habeas corpus and due process of law by an American lawyer who was both
chairman of the Commission for International Due Process of Law and the World Habeas Corpus Commission. Sound use copy of
sound recording available.
304 manuscript boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 1 phonotape reel
(128.8 linear feet)
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