Charles Warren papers


Charles Warren papers


The Papers of Charles Warren reflect Warren's professional work in several legal cases as well as a researcher, writer, and lecturer. Included are materials relating to Warren's work as special master in the cases of New Mexico v. Texas (State boundary dispute), Utah v. United States (re: navigability of Colorado, Green, and San Juan rivers), and Texas v. New Mexico (re: irrigation rights on the Rio Grande); research notes on the history of the Supreme Court, and on other aspects of American legal history; typescripts of short stories by Warren. Most of the correspondence in the collection consists of incoming letters written in response to a book, article, or printed lecture by Warren.

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