Papers of Samuel B. Clarke, 1916.


Clarke, Samuel B. Papers of Samuel B. Clarke, 1916.

Papers of Samuel B. Clarke, 1916.


Correspondence regarding Clarke's pamphlet entitled, "Supplement to the Proposals for Enabling the Courts to Allay the Present Discontent with the Administration of Justice." Other issues relating to the American Bar Association are also discussed.

110 leaves.

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