United States. Supreme Court
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2963
Overview Scrapbooks, diaries, correspondence and papers of the noted lawyer and 1924 presidential aspirant for the Democrats, John W. Davis, kept by his daughter, a famous author, Julia Davis Adams. Noteworthy is a 1948 official publication in tribune to Davis' career as Solicitor General of the United States. There is a typescript copy of his diary recounting his wartime and post-war tenure (1918-21) as ambassador to Great Britain. His letters include some of his candid feelings about the political...
Collection Number: A&M.0339
Scope and Contents An unsigned letter to Johnson Newlon Camden commending him for his work on the West Virginia Debt question. Collection also includes a pamphlet on the October 1891 term of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Dates: April 20, 1881; 1891
Collection Number: A&M.4365
Content Description Miscellaneous items relating to railroads and to laws and regulations regarding railroads. Includes photostat copies of Supreme Court arguments in the case of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company vs. Supervisors of Marshall County et al. (1869-1870). Also includes miscellaneous correspondence consisting of a copy of a letter regarding rates of service approved by Edwin Stanton, who was Secretary of War under Lincoln. There are also photocopies of correspondence addressed to J.D. Rockefeller...
Dates: 1862-1870, undated
Collection Number: A&M.0873
Overview Papers of Rush Dew Holt, Sr. (1905-1955) relating to his personal and political activities. Types of material include publications, clippings, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera, among others. The collection is divided into six series: Personal and Political Papers (1840-2000 and undated), Artifacts (1939-1952 and undated), Legislative Records (1920-1955 and undated), Constituent Services (1923-1954 and undated), Press and Media Activity (1925-2003 and undated), and Administrative Files...
Dates: 1840-2003; Majority of material found within 1918-1955