Correspondence with Felix Frankfurter, 1952-1965.


Correspondence with Felix Frankfurter, 1952-1965.

Contains photocopies of correspondence between Justice Felix Frankfurter and Sir William Haley (originals held at the Churchill Center Archives) , primarily written during Haley's years as editor of the London Times, which constitue an ongoing discussion of British and American legal topics, current events, and other issues.

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