Finding Aid for the Léon R. Yankwich Papers, 1909-1959

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Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
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Finding Aid for the Léon R. Yankwich Papers, 1909-1959

Collection number: 538

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information

  • Manuscripts Division
  • UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections
  • Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
  • Box 951575
  • Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
  • Telephone: 310/825-4988 (10:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., Pacific Time)
  • Email: spec-coll@library.ucla.edu
  • URL: http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/special/scweb/
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Léon R. Yankwich Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1909-1959
Collection number: 538
Creator: Yankwich, Léon R. (Léon René), b. 1888
Extent: 206 boxes (103.0 linear ft.) 26 oversize boxes
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Abstract: Léon René Yankwich (1888-1975) was a judge in the Los Angeles County Superior Court (1927-35) and in the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of California (1935-64). He presided over one of the first cases under the Smith Act, as well as cases involving the ownership of the Elk Hills oil fields, and the Hollywood 10. He also contributed many articles to law reviews and published books. The collection consists of Yankwich's correspondence, manuscripts of speeches, photographs, memorabilia, legal papers, books, and other printed material including manuscripts for his books It's libel or contempt if you print it and The nature of our freedom.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.

Restrictions on Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Advance notice required for access.

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Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of Léon R. Yankwich, 1959.
Gift of Peter E. Yankwich, 1975.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Léon R. Yankwich Papers (Collection 538). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4234042 

Biography

Léon René Yankwich was born on September 25, 1888 in Jassy, Roumania; LLB, Williamette University in 1909; JD (1926), LLD (1929), Loyola University (Los Angeles); came to the U.S. in 1907; admitted to California and Oregon bar, 1909; practiced law in Modesto, California (1909-16) and Los Angeles (1916-27); judge, Los Angeles County Superior Court, 1927-35; judge, U.S. District Court of the Southern District of California, 1935-64; presided over one of the first cases under the Smith Act, as well as cases involving the ownership of the Elk Hills oil fields, and the Hollywood 10; contributed many articles to law reviews; published books include It's libel or contempt if you print it (1950) and The nature of our freedom (1950); he died on February 9, 1975.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts of speeches, photographs, memorabilia, legal papers, books, and other printed material by Léon R. Yankwich, pertaining to his career as a lawyer, judge, and author. Includes transcripts of trials, legal briefs, articles, drafts of books, newspaper clippings, and other printed materials relating to copyright law and other legal subjects. Includes manuscripts for his books It's libel or contempt if you print it and The nature of our freedom.

Expanded Scope and Content

This register lists contents of Judge Leon Yankwich's papers as packed by him for the Library. It is a temporary means of locating material that may be called for. The collection will have to be sorted and arranged.
JVM (August 6, 1959)

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged in the following series:
  1. Material regarding Yankwich's federal judgeship appointment.
  2. Los Angeles Superior Court correspondence files.
  3. U.S. District Court correspondence files.
  4. Addenda.
  5. Addenda no.2.
  6. Clippings, election precinct results, and memorabilia.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Yankwich, Léon R. (Léon René), b. 1888--Archives.
Judges--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.

Items Removed from Collection

  • Tomorrow: February (2 copies), March, June-July 1924; February 1925. Housed in Southern California Serials (Collection 1601 T598 Box 147). Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.
  • Sports & Vanities: November, December (2 copies) 1926; January, February (2 copies), March (2 copies), May, November 1927. Housed in Southern California Serials (Collection 1601 S764v Box 147). Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.

Container List

 

Material re Yankwich's Federal Judgeship Appointment, 1935

Box 1, Folder 1

Copies of endorsements.

Box 1, Folder 2

Envelope containing letters re the appointment.

Box 1, Folder 3

Letters of recommendation.

Box 1, Folder 4

Copies of inauguration ceremonies.

Box 2

Folders marked: Congrats. and numbered: I-V.

Physical Description: (5 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Letters of congratulation on his appointment.
Box 3

Newspaper and magazine articles re his appointment.

Physical Description: (3 folders)

Scope and Content Note

Also, legal papers.
Box 4, Folder 1

Papers re the Melvin Butterbaugh Estate.

Box 4, Folder 2

Manuscript notes and sketches of his addresses, 1933-1934.

Box 5, Folder 1

Copies of law examinations given at Loyola University, Los Angeles, by Judge Yankwich.

Box 5, Folder 2

Marked: Crime and Criminals, and containing chiefly newspaper and magazine articles on this subject.

Box 6, Envelope 1

Newspaper clippings re cases decided by Judge Yankwich in Portland, Oregon.

Box 6, Envelope 2

Newspaper clippings re cases decided by Judge Yankwich in Tacoma, Washington.

Box 6, Envelope 3

Copies of letters of recommendation for appointment to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals vacancy, 1943.

Boxes 7-10

The United States vs. Arthur L. Bell, Transcript of Trial and opinion and indictment

Physical Description: [21 vol., typescript]
Box 7

vol.1-5.

Box 8

vol.7-11.

Box 9

vol.12-16.

Box 10

vol.17-21.

Box 11

The United States vs. San Francisco Electrical Contractors Association, Transcript of trial. August 30, 1944.

Physical Description: (9 vol. [Typescripts])
Box 12

Transcripts of trials re World War II Selective Service Act violations.

Physical Description: [Typescripts]
Boxes 13-14, 230-231

It's libel or contempt if you print it.. (book) by Judge Yankwich

Note

See Addenda, Box 120.
Box 13

Typescript draft.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 14

Galley proof.

Scope and Content Note

Includes rough draft, notes and typescript draft for second edition.
Box 230

Correspondence, contracts and reviews.

Box 231

Reviews.

Scope and Content Note

Also, some reviews of his The nature of our freedom.
 

Los Angeles Superior Court Correspondence Files, 1927-1935

Note

(Arranged Alphabetically)
Box 15

A - C.

Box 16

D - J.

Box 17

K - O.

Box 18

P - S.

Box 19

T - Z.

 

U.S. District Court Correspondence Files, 1935-1949

Note

(Arranged Alphabetically)
Box 20

A - C.

Box 21

D - G.

Box 22

H - K.

Box 23

L - M.

Box 24

N - Q.

Box 25

R - S.

Box 26

T - Z.

Box 27

Memos, local rules from various judges for period covered by correspondence, 1935-1949.

Box 28

Material re Los Angeles Superior Court Judgeship Campaign, 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes campaign letters, letters of endorsement and congratulation.

Note

See Addenda, Box 123.
Box 29

Correspondence re his candidacy for appointment to a vacancy in the 9th District Court of Appeals, 1934.

Physical Description: (2 folders)
Box 29

Material concerning his appearance before the Senator Jack Teny Un-American Activities Investigation Committee, 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, clippings, and a file of Yankwich's publications.
 

[Miscellaneous Material]

Scope and Content Note

In alphabetical order.
Box 30

A - B.

Box 31

C - L.

Box 32

M.

Box 33

N - R.

Box 34

S.

Box 35

T - Z.

Box 36

Material re attack on Yankwich by Congressman Richard Vail, March 27, 1952.

Box 36

Material re Lester Cole referred to in the Vail attack. Note books, manuscripts of articles, lectures, etc.

Boxes 37-54, 56-59

Copies of printed articles and books.

Note

See Addenda, Box 120.
Boxes 60-63

Lectures.

Note

See Addenda, Box 120.
Box 55

Uncorrected galley proofs of his The nature of our freedom.

Note

See Addenda, Box 120.
Boxes 64-67

Material re early cases in Los Angeles.

Box 68

Literary articles.

 

[Miscellaneous Materials]

Scope and Content Note

In alphabetical order.
Box 69

A.

Box 70

B.

Box 71

C - D.

Box 72

F - People vs. Follett.

Box 73

F - G.

Box 74

H.

Box 75

I - J.

Box 76

K.

Box 77

L - M (remainder of alphabet lacking).

Note

[For M- R, see Boxes 125-128]
Box 78

A - M.

Box 79

N - Z.

Boxes 81-83

S.

Box 84

T (incomplete file).

Box 85

U - Z.

Boxes 80, 86

Miscellaneous.

Box 80

Papers relating to Modesto cases.

Box 86

Miscellaneous legal papers.

Box 87

Escobar papers.

Box 87

Earl vs. Examiner et al.

Box 87

State of Washington vs. Angevine.

Box 88

Snivley vs. Los Angeles Record.

Box 88

Earl vs. Examiner (briefs on appeal).

Box 88

In the matter of the Press Association.

Box 89

Snivley vs. the Record (pleadings).

Box 89

Alien land law and other opinions.

Box 90

Crawford vs. Hawe.

Box 91

Early Los Angeles activities, Bar Association Business.

Box 91

Typed originals of eight hour law briefs.

Box 91

Lectures, 1919, 1920.

Box 91

Modesto War Activities, 1914-1916.

Box 92

Press Association briefs.

Box 92

Snivley appeal briefs.

Box 92

Libel notes.

Box 92

Brief and record in first Oregon case.

Box 92

Deaman brief in eight hour law case.

Box 93

Yankwich personal libel briefs.

Box 94

Modesto War Activities.

Box 95

Escobar vs. Rogers, etc.

Box 95

Radio Addresses.

Box 96

Series 1-3.

Box 97

Series 4-5

Box 97

Opinions.

Box 98

1927-1931.

Box 99

April-September 1931.

Box 100

October-December 1931.

Box 101

1932-1934.

Box 102

1934-1935.

Box 103

1935-1937.

Box 104

1937-1939.

Box 105

1949-1951.

Box 106

U.S. District Court Opinions. 1935-1949.

Physical Description: (4 vol.)
Box 106

Appelate Court Decisions (Department of Los Angeles Superior Court).

Physical Description: (1 vol.)
Box 106

Circuit Court of Appeals.

Physical Description: (1 vol.)
Boxes 107-112

Printed briefs, pleas, etc. of important cases, chiefly California.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescripts.
Boxes 112

Proceedings of the California Bar Association, 1917, 1920, 1924.

Box 113

Libel case clippings.

Box 113

Material on California State Supreme Court Recommendations, January 1958.

Box 114

Personal items, including personal letters to July 15, 1925.

Box 114

Notes on bankruptcy.

Box 115

Espionage case.

Box 115

Materials re the following cases: U.S. vs. Graham (refugee case); U.S. vs. Smith; and U.S. vs. Hunt.

Box 116

New stories, 1941.

Box 116

Personal items, 1934.

Box 116

Judicial questions [legal].

Box 117

Drummond spy trial.

Box 117

Report of Special Committee to investigate bankruptcy and receivership proceedings and administration of justice in U.S. Courts. 74th Congress, 2nd session.

Box 117

Rupert Trumbull referee in bankruptcy materials.

Box 117

Material on appointment to judgeship.

Box 118

Briefs on women's eight hour law.

Box 118

First brief in Oregon after passing bar examination.

Box 118

Essay in long hand in Romanian re the Romanian Fable.

Box 118

Bill of Rights in the matter of impaneling of a grand jury.

Box 119

Material re Maude Hall vs. Imperial Water Company.

Box 119

Material re Ida Lub.

Box 119

Sample legal forms.

Box 119

Miscellaneous legal papers.

 

Addenda

Box 120

Judge Yankwich's book: It's libel or contempt if you print it... Part Two, Chapters 7-15.

Physical Description: (Typescript draft, 2 copies)

Scope and Content Note

With holograph notes.

Note

[See also Box 13]
Box 120

Judge Yankwich's book: The Nature of our Freedom.

Physical Description: (Typescript draft)

Scope and Content Note

With holograph notes.

Note

[See also Box 55]
Box 121

Written opinions filed by Judge Yankwich as a Judge of the Superior Court with indication of the issue of the Journal or News in which they were published, August 10, 1927-January 1, 1932.

Physical Description: (Typescript drafts, vol.1-3)

Scope and Content Note

With index [incomplete].
Box 122

Written opinions filed by Judge Yankwich as a Judge of the Superior Court, January 1, 1932-ca. 1935.

Physical Description: (Typescript drafts, vol.4-6)

Scope and Content Note

With indication of the issue of the Journal or News in which they were published.
Box 123

1934 re-election campaign.

Physical Description: (Printed literature)

Scope and Content Note

Together with photostat copies of newspaper items covering the illegitimate parents epigram given by Judge Yankwich in Zipkin vs. Mozon, June 1928.

Note

[see also Box 28]
Box 123

Printed bound volumes with index of appeals from cases tried by Judge Léon R. Yankwich.

Physical Description: (vol.1-3)
Box 124, Folder 1

Bibliography of Léon R. Yankwich, J.D., LL.D. Chief United States District Judge Southern District of California Los Angeles, California.

Note

See also below, Addenda.
Box 124, Folder 1

Biographical Sketch for Who's Who (Léon René Yankwich).

Box 124, Folder 1

Citizenship Ruling (Extension of Remarks of Honorable Cecil R. King of California in the Congressional Record of June 27, 1955.

Box 124, Folder 1

For Whom the Constitution? (Extension of Remarks of Honorable Cecil R. King of California in the Congressional Record of May 17, 1955).

Box 124, Folder 2

Correspondence between Judge James H. Pope, Judge of the Municipal Court, Los Angeles Judicial District, and Judge Yankwich (Separately indexed in detail for each year: 1955-1957, and 1959).

Box 124, Folder 2

1955 Correspondence

Physical Description: (Typescript leaves)
Box 124, Folder 2

Transmittal letter for Its Libel or Contempt If you Print It, The Nature of Our Freedom, and a biographical sketch, August 8, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Also refers to People vs. Nathanson, 134 ACA 52, and to printing of personal stationery and cards.
Box 124, Folder 2

Reference to scrapbooks, titles and protocol of federal judges, April 12, 1955.

Box 124, Folder 2

Transmittal for Talmud pamphlet, April 7, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Also refers to son as Assistant Professor of Chemistry at University of Illinois and to son's research project financed by the Atomic Energy Commission (he is in the field of nuclear chemistry) and to his son's educational accomplishments at Berkeley
Box 124, Folder 2

Judge Pope's letter re scrapbooks, Jewish Law and request to borrow copy of the Talmud article, April 11, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Refers to papers of a juror consisting of warranties of slaves and letters regarding dispositions and punishment of slaves, and to sister's preservation of Pope family letters, etc., and to father's being a circuit rider of the Methodist Church in Ohio; Chief Justice Warren's history of the anti-segregation issue and the unanimity of the Supreme Court's decision though the deep South is represented on the court.
Box 124, Folder 2

1956 Correspondence

Physical Description: (4 typescript leaves)
Box 124, Folder 2

Transmittal letter for paper on Unfair Competition as an Aid to Equity, May 16, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Refers to The Art of Being A Judge lecture.
Box 124, Folder 2

Transmittal letter for cards giving chief publications, etc., February 29, 1956.

Box 124, Folder 2

Reference to Copeland Case and to individualization of punishment being legislatively destroyed through lack of understanding of the indeterminate sentence, February 20, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Refers also to the enclosing of two articles (not by name).
 

1957 Correspondence

Physical Description: (5 typescript leaves)
Box 124, Folder 2

Judge Pope's thank you for copy of Individualization of Punishment in the Federal Courts, December 22, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Refers to lawyers' reaction to value of collection of Judge Yankwich's writings.
Box 124, Folder 2

Refers to appreciation of loan of Cornelius Cole papers and indexing of materials and impending retirement, December 16, 1957.

Box 124, Folder 2

Refers to material and scrapbooks to be given to Judge Pope, December 13, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Mentions: position of retired federal judge, the keeping of litigation background materials, basement storage of career materials (including the Snively Case), and the state of Ben Lindsey's unavailable materials.
Box 124, Folder 2

1959 Correspondence

Physical Description: (6 typescript and 1 photostat leaves)
Box 124, Folder 2

Transmittal for (1) five scrapbooks 1927-35; (2) Manuscript of opinions rendered as a Superior Court Judge; (3) three bound books with index of appeals from cases tried showing wide range of problems, May 20, 1959.

Scope and Content Note

This letter mentions 70th birthday gift of three printed volumes containing the published opinions from the Pacific Reporter and the Federal Reports, and encloses a photostat of the preface written by Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the United States.
Box 124, Folder 2

Judge Pope's letter acknowledging receipt of the letter of May 20 together with the three parcels of records for the Historical Collection of the County Law Library; and forwarding a copy of Guide to Special Collections by UCLA (1958) and requesting its return, July 27, 1959.

Box 124, Folder 2

Requests that collection be consolidated at UCLA and describes the UCLA offer to catalog, etc. August 3, 1959.

Box 124, Folder 3

Articles in Federal Rules Decisions (2 lists of 22).

Box 124, Folder 3

Charge to Grand Jury (Reprinted from Federal Rules Decisions, October 1954).

Box 124, Folder 3

Independence in the Judiciary (Extension of Remarks of Honorable Cecil R. King of California in the Congressional Record of June 7, 1955); What Kind of Independence Do We Ask in the Judiciary?

Box 124, Folder 3

Magazine Articles (List of 33 with publication data).

Box 124, Folder 3

Magazine Articles (List of 47 with publication data).

Box 124, Folder 3

Narcotics and the Federal Law (Reprinted from The Georgetown Law Journal (vol.43, no.1), November 1954).

Box 124, Folder 3

Parody and Burlesque in the Law of Copyright (Reprinted from The Canadian Bar Review for December 1955).

Box 124, Folder 3

Individualization of Punishment in the Federal Courts (Reprinted from 20 Federal Rules Decisions, August 1957).

Box 124, Folder 3

An American Judge Looks at the Talmud (an address delivered before the Western Jewish Institute at Los Angeles, California January 14, 1936).

Box 124, Folder 3

Unfair Competition as an Aid to Equity in Patent, Copyright and Trade-Mark Cases.

Box 124, Folder 3

Reprints [12] of articles published, 1951-1959.

Box 124, Folder 3

Individualization of Punishment in the Federal Courts, Address delivered at the Inservice Training Institute..., Claremont Men's College, August 6, 1956.

Physical Description: (13 leaves, ozalid, 2 copies)
Box 124, Folder 3

Appellate Department Decisions of Judge L.R. Yankwich.

Physical Description: (192 leaves, typescript [carbon copy])
 

[Continuation of U.S. District Correspondence Files, 1935-1949(?)]

Note

[Continuation of the files contained in boxes 69-77]
Box 125

M.

Box 126

N - P.

Box 127

P.

Box 128

R.

Box 129

Material relating to the Campaign of 1928.

Physical Description: (1 folder)
 

Addenda no.2

Boxes 130-138

Reprints of articles written by Judge Yankwich beginning A.

Boxes 130-132

A - H.

Boxes 133-135

I - O.

Boxes 136-138

P - Z.

Boxes 139-142

Manuscripts of articles written by Judge Yankwich.

Boxes 143-147

U.S. Court of Appeals assignments

Box 143

A.B.L. Brewing vs. C.T.R. to DeGarter vs. F.T.C.

Box 144

Eisinger vs. Commissioner to Feil and Loeb vs. F.T.C.

Box 145

Gamewell Company vs. Phoenix, Arizona to NLRB vs. Jones Lumber.

Box 146

NLRB vs. Mountain Pacific, etc. to R.A.U. vs. C.I.R.

Box 147

Sidebotham vs. Katz to Wong vs. Sweir.

Box 148

U.S. District Court decisions.

Boxes 149-157

Newspaper articles and miscellaneous papers, 1929-1966.

Box 158

Law-Mirror of Civilization, I Established Law and Justice, Libel Trials - I.

Box 159

Libel Trials - II, some famous trials.

Box 160

Some famous trials, recordings, U.S. vs. Hunt.

Box 161

Its Libel or Contempt....

Boxes 162-171

Court Correspondence.

Boxes 172-175

General Correspondence, A - K.

Boxes 176-180

General Correspondence, L - Z.

Boxes 181-182

Miscellaneous papers from 3-Judge Navajo-Hopi trial in Prescott, Arizona; miscellaneous papers on 3-Judge Alcohol Beverage Control case in San Diego.

Boxes 183-188

Original manuscripts of articles.

 

Additions, 1975

Box 189

Personal legal matters.

Box 189

Mrs. Yankwich's traffic ticket - correspondence, briefs.

Box 189

Personal correspondence.

Box 189

Miscellaneous legal matters.

Box 190

Notes on pleading and procedure.

Box 190

Copy of Federal courts, C.A. Wright.

Box 190

Personal notes.

Box 190

Lecture notes.

Box 191

Bankruptcy - citations.

Box 191

Citations: A - I.

Box 191

Citations: J - Z.

Box 191

Notes on common law pleading.

Box 191

Court rules and rules of practice.

Box 191

Citations - his own cases[?].

Box 192

Biographical material.

Box 192

Letters of recommendation, July 1935.

Box 192

Letters urging Yankwich's appointment.

Box 192

Photos.

Box 192

Duplicates of photos.

Box 193

Printed material by Judge Yankwich.

Box 193

Mats for newspaper photos.

Box 193

Printed material about Judge Yankwich.

Box 193

Miscellaneous.

Box 194

Datebooks.

Box 194

Book reviews.

Box 194

Miscellaneous clippings, not by or about Yankwich.

Note

[All of the above have been put into chronological order within files]
Box 195

Lectures and writings by Yankwich.

Box 195

Property - business, personal.

Box 196

Printed materials, some by or about Yankwich.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Diary (1933), Opinion book, Book copywrights (by Yankwich), and Romanian newspapers.
Box 197

Correspondence, ca. 1950.

Box 197

Judges' salaries - statistics.

Box 197

Administrative Office of U.S. Courts - correspondence and statistics.

Box 197

Patent decisions - transcripts, etc.

Box 198

Various personal files of correspondence and records.

Scope and Content Note

Includes biographical sketch, Salary memos, Helen Yankwich, UCLA Library, Retirement, Circuit court and Judicial conference.
Box 199

Income tax records, other business and tax records.

Boxes 200-203

[Various] books and magazines.

 

Additions

Physical Description: (Oversize material

Note

(dd, May 1989)
 

Scrapbooks of Clippings

Box 204

1934-1935.

Box 205

1931-1933.

Box 206

1933-1934.

Box 207

1930-1931.

Box 208

1954-1959.

Box 209

1935-1936.

Box 210

1946-1949.

Box 211

1950-1953.

Box 212

1926-1931.

Box 213

1931-1933.

Box 214

1937-1939.

Box 215

1936-1937.

Box 216

1930.

Box 217

1934-1935.

Box 218

1933-1934.

Box 219

1934.

Box 220

1927-1930.

Box 221

1926-1929.

Box 222

1959-1964.

 

Elections

Box 222

Voting results, by precinct, 1934.

 

Scrapbooks of Clippings

Box 223

1928.

Box 223

1909-1918.

Box 224

1928-1929.

Box 224

1927-1928.

Box 225

1930.

Box 225

1929.

Box 225

1927-1930.

Box 226

1935.

Box 227

1941-1945.

Box 228

1939-1941.

 

Memorabilia

Box 229

Certificates, degrees, memberships, drawings, caricatures, portraits, etc.

Note

[Formerly oversize packages 1-4, see above]
Box 232

Reference files.