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Register of the Harry Renton Bridges Papers, 1938-1955
MSS 009  
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The Harry Bridges Legal Collection contains the documents and supporting material for his deportation cases; there are also some documents that refer to a contempt case and some libel cases. These papers originated in the law office of one of Bridges' principal defense lawyers Richard Gladstein. Additional materials on the Bridges cases can be found in the library's Richard Gladstein Collection and in the Norman Leonard Papers at the Labor Archives and Research Center California State University at San Francisco.
Harry Renton Bridges, also known as Alfred Renton Byrant Bridges, came to the United States in 1920 from Australia where he had been a seaman and involved in union activities.
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