The public papers of Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis 1879-1973 (inclusive), 1888-1915 (bulk), [microform].

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Brandeis, Louis Dembitz, 1856-1941. The public papers of Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis 1879-1973 (inclusive), 1888-1915 (bulk), [microform].

The public papers of Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis 1879-1973 (inclusive), 1888-1915 (bulk), [microform].

Public papers of Louis Dembitz Brandeis, legal scholar and justice of the Supreme Court, primarily dating from the period before his Supreme Court appointment in 1915, located in the Jacob and Bertha Goldfarb Library of Brandeis University.

8 reels.

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