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Robert Lee Hale papers, 1912-1958

Series I: Correspondence

Series I contains Hale's professional correspondence. Much of the correspondence in Subseries I.2 discusses Hale's law review articles.

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Subseries I.1: Cataloged correspondence



Box 1 Baruch, Bernard M.


Box 1 Beard, Charles A.


Box 1 Berle, Adolph A., Jr.


Box 1 Black, Hugo L.


Box 1 Bliven, Bruce


Box 1 Burlingham, Charles C.


Box 1 Burton, Harold H.


Box 1 Butler, Nicholas Murray


Box 1 Brandeis, Louis D.


Box 1 Cardozo, Benjamin N.


Box 1 Dewey, John


Box 1 Douglas, Paul H.


Box 1 Douglas, William O.


Box 1 Fisher, Walter L.


Box 1 Frank, Jerome New


Box 1 Frankfurter, Felix


Box 1 Gay, Edwin F.


Box 1 Hand, Learned


Box 1 Holmes, Oliver Wendell


Box 1 Johnson, Alvin


Box 1 Lerner, Max


Box 1 Lippmann, Walter


Box 1 Lowell, Abbott Lawrence


Box 1 McAneny, George


Box 1 Moon, Parker T.


Box 1 Pound, Roscoe


Box 1 Robinson, Geroid Tanquary


Box 1 Rosenberg, James N.


Box 1 Seligman, Edwin R. A.


Box 1 Simkhovitch, Vladimir G.


Box 1 Stone, Harlan Fiske


Box 1 Taft, William Howard


Subseries I.2: Arranged correspondence



Box 3 Academy of Political Science meeting, 1930



Box 4 Berle-Hale correspondence


Box 4 Carbons of copies of letters from others praising Hale's articles (originals believed sent to publisher)



Box 2 Carver article correspondence ("Coercion and Distribution in a Supposedly Non-Coercive State")


Box 2 "Commissions, Rates, and Policies" correspondence


Box 2 Commons-Hale correspondence


Box 2 "Conflicting Judicial Criteria of Utility Rates" correspondence


Box 2 Constitutional rights against private individuals correspondence


Box 2 Contract impairment article correspondence



Box 9 Correspondence, 1912-1958



Box 7 Correspondence and manuscripts from Thomas W. Holland



Box 5 Correspondence re: N. T. Guernsey



Box 2 Correspondence with H. G. Brown



Box 3 Correspondence with Nicholas Kelly



Box 6 Correspondence with publishers



Box 5 Correspondence with T. R. Powell



Box 3 Criticism of constitutional system



Box 2 "Duress" correspondence



Box 5 Early letters and materials re: single tax etc.



Box 2 "Economics and the Statesman" correspondence


Box 2 "The 'Fair Value' Merry-Go-Round" correspondence


Box 2 "Force and the State" correspondence


Box 2 "Does the Ghost of Smyth v Ames Still Walk?" correspondence



Box 5 Hale-Arthur S. Miller correspondence



Box 3 Hale's letters to the editor



Box 5 Harvard alumni bulletin, 1912



Box 2 Hope natural gas article



Box 3 "Judicial policy" (Arthur R. Burns), 1941



Box 2 Correspondence on labor legislation as an enlargement of individual liberties



Box 5 Letters, scrap-book material, etc



Box 3 Minna L. R. brief



Box 2 Miscellaneous correspondence



Box 5 Miscellaneous correspondence



Box 3 Miscellaneous correspondence: "Blue Box" (first group)



Box 5 Miscellaneous correspondence: "Blue Box" (second group)



Box 3 Miscellaneous Hale-Stone correspondence



Box 5 Miscellaneous letters


Box 5 Miscellaneous letters and materials


Box 5 Miscellaneous letters and materials



Box 2 Nebbia and Lindheimer articles


Box 2 "Our Equivocal Constitutional Guaranties" correspondence


Box 2 "The 'Physical Value' Fallacy in Rate Cases" correspondence


Box 2 Political and Economic Review correspondence



Box 5 Public lands, 1912



Box 2 "Rate Making and the Revision of the Property Concept" correspondence



Box 4 Research Council in the Social Sciences — letters and reports


Box 4 Sacco-Vanzetti correspondence and materials



Box 2 "The Supreme Court and the Contract Clause" correspondence


Box 2 "Unconstitutional Acts as Federal Crimes" correspondence


Box 2 "Unconstitutional Conditions and Constitutional Rights" correspondence


Box 2 "Law Making By Unofficial Minorities" correspondence


Box 2 "Valuation and Rate Making" correspondence


Box 2 "What is a 'Confiscatory' Rate?" correspondence