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Wilfred Feinberg Papers, 1936-2011, bulk 1960-2011

Series I: Private Practice, 1948-1963

Prior to Feinberg's appointment as a federal judge in 1961, he was an attorney in private practice in New York. This series includes his official bar admissions; case files, office memoranda, and pleadings from both firms where he worked; and the substantive files of pleadings and research related to the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company bankruptcy and reorganization. Within each file, materials are arranged by date.

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Box 1 Bar Associations and Admissions, 1948-1961, (5 folders)



Box 2-3 Case Files: Memoranda and Briefs, 1950-1961, (11 volumes)



Box 1 Memoranda of Law, 1956-1961, (3 folders)


Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company Reorganization, 1949-1963



Box 3 Memoranda of Law, 1949-1961, (3 volumes)



Box 1 Allowance Petitions and Application Material, 1955-1961, (6 folders)



Box 3 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company v. Stichman, 229 F. (2d) 816,, 1955-1956, (1 volume)



Box 3-4 Memoranda and Briefs, 1955-1959, (4 volumes)



Box 1 Unbound Pleadings, 1959-1963, (3 folders)



Box 4 Plan of Reorganization and Related Documents, 1955-1962, (1 folder)



Box 4-5 Record of Reorganization Proceedings of Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company,, 1955-1962, (8 volumes)

(includes 7 record volumes and an index)