Letters to Eldon James


Stone, Harlan Fiske, 1872-1946. Letters to Eldon James, 1926, 1938.

Letters to Eldon James

1926, 1938

Letters to the librarian of Harvard Law School, one (1926) in response to a request for a photograph of himself, and the other (1938) regarding a portrait of Louis Brandeis.

2 sheets (2 p.) ; 27 cm.

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