Papers, 1966-1974.


Papers, 1966-1974.

Correspondence, text of speeches, drafts of articles and other papers mostly concerning Botein's participation in various reformist causes including court reform, race relations, opposition to the war in Vietnam and reform of criminal justice administration. There is also much material relating to his activities in various bar associations, civic, philanthropic and Jewish organizations and in politics, particularly the campaigns of George McGovern, John V. Lindsay and Manhattan District Attorney Frank Hogan.

c. 10 ft. (25 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 7583126

New-York Historical Society Library

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