Henry Moore Bates papers


Henry Moore Bates papers


Correspondence, reports, articles, speeches, photographs, and notebooks, relating to Bates' professional career, with material concerning activities of Ann Arbor National Defense Committee; life and career of Lawrence Maxwell, lawyer and U.S. Solicitor General in the Cleveland administration, funding and building the Michigan Union (1911-1918); Republican politics in the 1930's and 1940's; Franklin D. Roosevelt's attempt to reorganize the Supreme Court in 1937; and campus life at the University of. Michigan during the first and second World Wars. Correspondents include: Dean G. Acheson, Ralph W. Aigler, James B. Angell, James R. Angell, Earl D. Babst, Newton D. Baker, Albert J. Beveridge, Louis D. Brandeis, Prentiss M. Brown, Harry C. Bulkley, Edward R. Burke, Benjamin N. Cardozo, Joseph H. Choate, William W. Cook, Frederick R. Coudert, Thomas E. Dewey, Homer Ferguson, Felix Frankfurter, Edwin F. Gay, Joseph R. Hayden, William H. Hobbs, Evans Holbrook, Oliver W. Holmes, Charles E. Hughes, Harry B. Hutchins, Harold J. Laski, Andrew C. McLaughlin, Earl C. Michener, James O. Murfin, Frank Murphy, Albert H. Pattengill, Roscoe Pound, Thomas R. Powell, Jesse S. Reeves, Henry W. Rogers, Wiley B. Rutledge, Walter H. Sawyer, Harlan F. Stone, George Sutherland, William H. Taft, Arthur H. Vandenberg, Claude H. Van Tyne, John D. Voelker, Renville Wheat, Burton K. Wheeler, G. Mennen Williams, Woodrow Wilson, and Roy O. Woodruff.

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