Louis Brandeis (2). The first, brief ALS, 'Louis D. Brandeis,' to Ernest J. Wessel, suggesting that he 'inquire of Hon. J[ulian?] Mack . . . .' 1 page, 8vo, 'Supreme Court' stationery. Chatham, 22 August 1937. With the original envelope. The second, Signature ('Brandeis J'), on Supreme Court envelope, addressed to 'The Clerk' in holograph. 4x9 1/2 inches. Chatham, 12 July 1930 [from postmark] Felix Frankfurter. TLS, to Dr. Hans F. Abraham, remarking that 'one of the consequences of the brutal tyranny of Hitler is the contribution made to American scholarship by those who have found opportunities to pursue their professions in this country.' 1 page, 8vo, 'Supreme Court' stationery. Washington, 14 December 1946 Earl Warren, TLS, as Governor, to Rev. Walter B. Leis, remarking that 'I really have never been interested in seeking any national office. . . .' 1 page, 4to, 'Governor's Office' stationery. Sacramento, 17 July 1947 Arthur J. Goldberg. Signature on first day cover commemorating O.W. Holmes. Additionally signed by four others. 3 1/2x6 1/2 inches. [Washington, 8 March 1968 Samuel P. Chase. ANS, 'Chase,' in the third person within the text, on a printed circular letter, two lines requesting that letters be addressed to 'Chase & Ball.' 1 page, 4to. Np, 1 January 1840 Samuel Blatchford. Autograph Inscription Signed, 'Hon: Edwards Pierrepont / with the regards of / Judge Blatchford,' in upper margin of printed pamphlet of his charge from U.S. v Alvah Blaisdell, et al. 31 pages, 4to, self-wrappers. New York, 1869; inscription: Np, nd.
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