Hyman Collection – File Box 11 – Progressive Era



Harding, Arthur L. Notes on his “The Ghost of Herbert Spencer: a Darwinian Concept of Law” (source unknown) (typescript).

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Bates, J. Leonard. “Fulfilling American Democracy: the Conservation Movement, 1907 to 1921.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 44 (June 1957): 29-57.

Blum, John M. “The Presidential Leadership of Theodore Roosevelt..” The Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review 65 (6 December 1958): 1-9.

Bryant, Keith L. “Kate Barnard, Organized Labor, and Social Justice in Oklahoma During the Progressive Era.” Journal of Southern History 35 (May 1969): 145-64.

Burnham, John Chynoweth. “Psychiatry, Psychology and the Progressive Movement.” American Quarterly 12 (Winter 1960): 457-65.

Graebner, William. “Federalism in the Progressive Era: a Structural Interpretation of Reform.” Journal of American History 64 (September 1977): 331-57.

Grantham, Dewey W. “The Contours of Southern Progressivism.” American Historical Review 86 (December 1981): 1035-59.

Grantham, Dewey W. “Theodore Roosevelt in American Historical Writing, 1945-1960.” Mid-America 43 (January 1961): 3-35.

Hirschfield, Charles. “Brooks Adams and American Nationalism.” American Historical Review 69 (January 1964): 371-92.

Huthmacher, J. Joseph. “Urban Liberalism and the Age of Reform.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 49 (September 1962): 231-41.

Laslett, John. “Reflections on the Failure of Socialism in the American Federation of Labor.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (March 1964): 634-51.

Levine, Daniel. “Jane Addams: Romantic Radical, 1889-1912.” Mid-America 44 (1962): 195-210.

Link, Arthur S. “The Progressive Movement in the South, 1870-1914.” North Carolina Historical Review 23 (April 1946): 172-95.


Mann, Arthur. “British Social Thought and American Reformers of the Progressive Era.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 42 (March 1956): 672-92.

Margulies, Herbert F. “Recent Opinion on the Decline of the Progressive Movement.” Mid-America 45 (October 1963): 250-68.

May, Henry F. “The Rebellion of the Intellectuals, 1912-1917.” American Quarterly 8 (Summer 1956): 114-26.

McGovern, James R. “David Graham Phillips and the Virility Impulse of Progressives.” New England Quarterly 39 (September 1966): 334-55.

McNaught, Kenneth. “American Progressives and the Great Society.” Journal of American History 53 (December 1966): 504-20.

Miller, William. “American Historians and the Business Elite.” Journal of Economic History 9 (November 1949): 184-208.

Miscellaneous notes on Progressivism (fifteen pieces).

Schultz, Stanley K. “The Morality of Politics: The Muckrakers’ Vision of Democracy.” Journal of American History 52 (December 1965): 527-47.

Shapiro, Herbert. “Lasch on Radicalism: The Problem of Lincoln Steffens.” Pacific Northwest Quarterly 60 (January 1969): 17-24.

Thelen, David P. “Social Tensions and the Origins of Progressivism.” Journal of American History 56 (September 1969): 323-41.

Thompson, Roger C. “The Historian, the Social Scientist and the Progressive Movement: an Historical graphical Survey.” In Norman Harper and Elaine Barry, ed., American Studies Down Under (Melbourne: Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association, 1977).

Wiebe, Robert H. “Business Disunity and the Progressive Movement, 1901-1914.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 44 (March 1958): 664-85.

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Hamm, Richard F. “Leaking at the Seams” (paper presented before the AHA, 1986) (typescript).

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Alschuler, Albert W. “The Descending Trail: Holmes’ Path of the Law One Hundred Years Later.” Florida Law Review 49 (July 1997): 354-420.

Bewig, Matthew S. “Lochner v. The Journeymen Bakers of New York: the Journeymen Bakers, Their Hours of Labor, and the Constitution: a Case Study in the Social History of Legal Thought.” American Journal of Legal History 38 (October 1994): 413-51.

Dolinko, David. “Alschuler’s ‘Path’.” Florida Law Review 49 (July 1997): 421-39.

Gordley, James. “When Paths Diverge: a Response to Albert Alschuler on Oliver Wendell Holmes.” Florida Law Review 49 (July 1997): 441-62.

Miscellaneous notes on the Lochner case (three pieces).

Nagan, Winston P. “Not Just a Descending Trail: Traversing Holmes’ Many Paths of the Law.” Florida Law Review 49 (July 1997): 463-82.

Newland, Chester A. “Innovation in Judicial Technique: the Brandeis Opinion.” Southwestern Social Science Quarterly (June 1963): 22-31.

Tarrow, Sidney G. “Lochner Versus New York: a Political Analysis.” Labor History 5 (Fall 1964): 277-312.

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Miscellaneous notes on Muller v. Oregon (208 U.S. 412) (three pieces).

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Abrams, Richard M. “Brandeis and the New Haven-Boston & Maine Merger Battle Revisited.” Business History Review 36 (Winter 1962): 408-30.

Holland, Henry M. “Cardozo on Legal Method: a Reconsideration.” Journal of Public Law 15 (1966): 122-49.

McCormick, Richard L. “The Discovery that Business Corrupts Politics: a Reappraisal of the Origins of Progressivism.” American Historical Review 86 (April 1981): 247-

Urofsky, Melvin I. “Wilson, Brandeis and the Trust Issue, 1912-1914.” Mid-America 49 (January 1967): 3-28.

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Burton, David H. “Theodore Roosevelt’s Social Darwinism and Views on Imperialism.” Journal of the History of Ideas 26 (January-March 1965): 103-18.

Leuchtenburg, William E. “Progressivism and Imperialism: the Progressive Movement and American Foreign Policy, 1898-1916.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 39 (December 1952): 483-504.

Miscellaneous notes on imperialism and progressivism (six pieces).

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Ameringer, Charles D. “Philippe Bunau-Varilla: New Light on the Panama Canal Treaty.” Hispanic American Historical Review 46 (February 1966): 28-52.

Bailey, Thomas A. “America’s Emergence as a World Power: The Myth and the Verity.” Pacific Historical Review 30 (February 1961): 1-16.

Coker, William S. “The Panama Canal Tolls Controversy: A Different Perspective.” Journal of American History 55 (December 1968): 555-64.

Esthus, Raymond A. “The Changing Concept of the Open Door, 1899-1910.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (December 1959): 435-54.

Fine, Sidney. “Anarchism and the Assassination of McKinley.” American Historical Review 60 (July 1955): 777-99.


Israel, Jerry. “‘For God, for China and for Yale’–the Open Door in Action.” American Historical Review 75 (February 1970): 796-807.

Miscellaneous notes on U.S. imperialism (twenty pieces).

O’Connor, Nancy Lenore. “The Spanish-American War: a Re-evaluation of Its Causes.” Science and Society (Spring 1958): 129-43.

Perkins, Dexter. “American Foreign Policy and Its Critics.” In Alfred H. Kelly, ed., American Foreign Policy and American Democracy. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1954.

Varg, Paul A. “The Myth of the China Market, 1890-1914.” American Historical Review 73 (February 1968): 742-58.

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Alexander, Gregory S. “The Transformation of Trusts as a Legal Category, 1800-1914.” Law and History Review 5 (February 1987): 303-50.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on war and civil rights (two pieces).

Scheiber, Harry N. “Doctrinal Legacies and Institutional Innovation: Law and the Economy in American History.” Law in Context 2 (1984): 50-72.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Public Rights and the Rule of Law in American Legal History.” California Law Review 72 (1984): 217-51.

Wiebe, Robert H. “The House of Morgan and the Executive, 1905-1913.” American Historical Review 65 (October1959): 49-60.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on The Masses trial (four pieces).

Sayer, John. “Art and Politics, Dissent and Repression: The Masses Magazine Versus the Government, 1917-1918.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (January 1988): 42-78.

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Campbell, John P. “Taft, Roosevelt, and the Arbitration Treaties of 1911.” Journal of American History 53 (September 1966): 279-98.

Miscellaneous notes on William Howard Taft (three pieces).

Gordon, David. “Swift & Co. v. United States: The Beef Trust and the Stream of Commerce Doctrine.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (July 1984): 244-79.

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Link, Arthur S. “Woodrow Wilson: The American as Southerner.” Journal of Southern History 36 (February 1970): 3-17.

Miscellaneous notes on Woodrow Wilson (thirteen pieces).

Veysey, Laurence R. “The Academic Mind of Woodrow Wilson.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 49 (March 1963): 613-34.

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Davis, G. Cullum. “The Transformation of the Federal Trade Commission, 1914-1929.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 49 (December 1962): 437-55.

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Hughes, Charles Evans. “War Powers Under the Constitution” (speech presented at the meeting of the American Bar Association, Saratoga Springs, NY, September 5, 1917).

Miscellaneous notes on constitutionalism (seven pieces).

Pisani, Donald J. “Promotion and Regulation: Constitutionalism and the American Economy.” Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 740-68.

Pound, Roscoe. “Liberty of Contract.” Yale Law Review 18 (1909): 454-87.

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Stanley, Amy Dru. “Beggars Can’t Be Choosers: Compulsion and Contract in   America.” Journal of American History 78 (March 1992): 1265-93.

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Rice, Roger L. “Residential Segregation by Law, 1910-1917.” Journal of Southern History 34 (May 1968): 179-99.

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Buffington, Joseph. Friendly Words to the Foreign Born (Loyalty Leaflets No. 1). Washington, DC: Committee on Public Information, c1917. (pamphlet)

 in America. Washington, DC: Committee on Public Information, 1918. (pamphlet).

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Auerbach, Jerold S. “Woodrow Wilson’s ‘Prediction’ to Frank Cobb: Words Historians Should Doubt Ever Got Spoken.” Journal of American History 54 (December 1967): 608-17.

Beaver, Daniel R. “Newton D. Baker and the Genesis of the War Industries Board, 1917-1918.” Journal of American History 52 (June 1965): 43-58.

Carleton, William G. “A New Look at Woodrow Wilson.” Virginia Quarterly Review 38 (Autumn 1962): 545-66.

Chatfield, Charles. “World War I and the Liberal Pacifist in the United States.” American Historical Review 75 (December 1970): 1920-37.

Counter-Espionage Laws. Washington, DC: American Protective League, 1918 (pamphlet).

Davis, Allen F. “The Social Workers and the Progressive Party, 1912-1916.” American Historical Review 69 (January 1964): 671-88.

Department of Justice. Interpretation of War Statutes. Bulletins No. 167-182, 184-187.

Disque, Brice P. “How We Found a Cure for Strikes.” System: the Magazine of Business 36 (September 1919): 379-84.

Glad, Paul W. “Progressives and the Business Culture of the 1920s.” Journal of American History 53 (June 1966): 75-89.

Hilton, O.A. “The Minnesota Commission of Public Safety in World War I, 1917-1919.” Bulletin of the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College 48 No. 14 (May 1951) (pamphlet).

Himmelberg, Robert F. “The War Industries Board and the Antitrust Question in November 1918.” Journal of American History 52 (June 1965): 59-74.

Hirschfield, Charles. “Nationalist Progressivism and World War I.” Mid-America 45 (July 1963): 139-56.

In re Military Intelligence Investigations (four page flyer from the American Protective League).

Kerr, K. Austin. “Decision for Federal Control: Wilson, McAdoo, and the Railroads, 1917.” Journal of American History 54 (December 1967): 550-60.

Leopold, Richard W. “The Problem of American Intervention, 1917: an Historical Retrospect.” World Politics 2 (April 1950): 405-25.

Link, Arthur S. “That Cobb Interview.” Journal of American History 72 (June 1985): 7-44.

Link, Arthur S. “What Happened to the Progressive Movement in the 1920s?” American Historical Review 64 (July 1959): 833-51.

Mason, Alpheus Thomas. Selections from his Harlan Fiske Stone: Pillar of the Law (NY: Viking, 1956) (typescript).

Memorandum: Digest of Federal Statutes on Treason, the Espionage Act, the Conscription Act, the President’s Proclamation of War, and other Statutes Affecting Matters Relating to the War. Chicago: Bureau of Law, American Protective League, 1917 (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 1910-1920s era espionage (100+ pieces).

Mitchell, Harry B. Address Before the 37th Biennial Convention of the National Association of Letter Carriers in Seattle, Washington, September 6, 1950 (U.S. Civil Service Commission press release).

Murphy, Paul L. “Sources and Nature of Intolerance in the 1920s.” Journal of American History 51 (June 1964): 60-76.

O’Brian, John Lord. “Uncle Sam’s Spy Policies: Safeguarding American Liberty During the War.” Forum (April 1919): 407-16.

Osgood, Robert E. “Woodrow Wilson, Collective Security, and the Lessons of History.” Confluence 5 (Winter 1957): 341-54.

Smith, Daniel M. “National Interest and American Intervention, 1917: an l Appraisal.” Journal of American History 52 (June 1965): 5-24.

Taft, Henry W. “Freedom of Speech and the Espionage Act.” American Law Review 55 (1921): 695-721.

Tucker, David M. “Justice Horace Harmon Lurton: the Shaping of a National Progressive.” American Journal of Legal History 13 (July 1969): 223-32.

Vaughn, Stephen. “First Amendment Liberties and the Committee on Public Information.” American Journal of Legal History 23 (April 1979): 95-119.

War-Time Prosecutions and Mob Violence Involving the Rights of Free Speech, Free Press and Peaceful Assemblage. New York: National Civil Liberties Bureau, 1919 (pamphlet).

Watson, Richard L. “Woodrow Wilson and His Interpreters, 1947-1957.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 44 (September 1957): 207-36.

Wittke, Carl. “Mr. Justice Clarke: a Supreme Court Judge in Retirement.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 36 (June 1949): 27-50.

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American Protective League. Washington, DC: American Protective League, c1918 (pamphlet).

Badges of the LLLL (4L) and American Protective League (chief’s badge, A840).

Eisemann, Alexander. Investigations for the United States Department of Justice Bureau of Investigation, with particular reference to the work of the passport vise staff M.I.&V. Division. New York: American Protective League, [n.d.] (pamphlet, copy 522).

General Staff, Military Intelligence Division. The Functions of the Military Intelligence Division. Military Intelligence Division, General Staff, 1918 (pamphlet).

Gregory, T.W. Circulars 657 (3/27/17), 667 (4/6/17), and 838 (5/23/18) from Office of the U.S. Attorney General (typescripts, fragile).

Gregory, T.W. “Suggestions of Attorney General Gregory to Executive Committee in Relation to the Department of Justice” (speech presented before the ABA Executive Committee, Richmond, Virginia, 16 April 1918) (typescript).

Jensen, Joan M. “Military Surveillance in Two World Wars: Watching the Workers” (paper presented before the OAH, 1980) (typescript).

May, Earl Chapin. “A Model for the New Deal.” Forum and Century 91 (March 1934): 162-67.

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Miscellaneous contemporary documents on the Bisbee Deportations (eight pieces).

President’s Mediation Commission. Report on the Bisbee Deportations. Made by the President’s Commission to the President of the United States (1917) (pamphlet).

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Coben, Stanley. ” the American Red Scare of 1919-20.” Political Science Quarterly 79 (March 1964): 52-75.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on the Red Scare (twenty-nine pieces).

Palmer, A. Mitchell. “The Case Against the ‘Reds’.” The Forum (February 1920): 173-85.

Van Den Haag, Ernest. “Controlling Subversive Groups.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 300 (July 1955): 62-71.

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Williams, David. “The Bureau of Investigation and Its Critics, 1919-1921: the Origins of Federal Political Surveillance.” Journal of American History 68 (December 1981): 560-79.

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Grenier, Judd A. “The Muckrakers at War” (unpublished typescript, 1959).

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Brief of Special Committee Appointed by the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, in the matter of Louis Waldman, August Claessens, Samuel A. DeWitt, Samuel Orr and Charles Solomon (New York, 1920).

Urofsky, Melvin I. “A Note on the Expulsion of the Five Socialists.” New York History (January 1966): 41-49.

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Miscellaneous notes on the Schenck v U.S. (249 U.S. 47), 1919 (one piece).

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Miscellaneous note on Abrams v. United States (250 U.S. 616) (one piece).

Polenberg, Richard. “Progressivism and Anarchism: Judge Henry D. Clayton and the Abrams Trial.” Law and History Review 3 (February 1985): 397-408.

Ragan, Fred D. “Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Zechariah Chafee, Jr., and the Clear and Present Danger Test for Free Speech: the First Year, 1919.” Journal of American History 58 (June 1971): 24-45.

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Kutler, Stanley I. “Chief Justice Taft, National Regulation, and the Commerce Power.” Journal of American History 51 (March 1965): 651-68.

Miscellaneous notes on the commerce clause (four pieces).

Swindler, William Finley. “Bulwark Against Change” and “The Nullification of Reform.” In his Court and Constitution in the Twentieth Century. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1969-74.

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Kutler, Stanley L. “Chief Justice Taft and the Delusion of Judicial Exactness: a Study in Jurisprudence.” Virginia Law Review 48 (1962): 1407-26.

Kutler, Stanley L. “Chief Justice Taft, Judicial Unanimity, and Labor: The Coronado Case.” The Historian (November 1961): 68-83.

Murphy, Walter F. “Chief Justice Taft and the Lower Court Bureaucracy: A Study in Judicial Administration.” Journal of Politics 24 (1962): 453-76.

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Bates, J. Leonard. “Fulfilling American Democracy: The Conservation Movement, 1907 to 1921.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 44 (June 1957): 29-57.

Pinchot, Gifford. “Conservation in the Supreme Court” (typescript from Gifford Pinchot Personal Papers, LC Manuscript Division, Box 1877).

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Heberle, Klaus H. “From Gitlow to Near: Judicial ‘Amendment’ by Absent-Minded.” Journal of Politics 34 (May 1972): 458-83.

Mackey, Thomas C. “‘They Are Positively Dangerous Men’: The Lost Court Documents of Benjamin Gitlow and James Larkin Before the New York City Magistrates’ Court, 1919.” New York University Law Review 69 (June 1994): 421-36.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on Gitlow (two pieces).

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Tyack, David B. “The Perils of Pluralism: The Background of the Pierce Case.” American Historical Review 74 (October 1968): 74-98.

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Moore v. Dempsey (261 U.S. 86).

Whitney v. California (274 U.S. 357).

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Fausold, Martin L. “The Presidency of Herbert Hoover” (typescript, n.d.).

Hawley, Ellis W. “Herbert Hoover, the Commerce Secretariat, and the Vision of an ‘Associative State,’ 1921-1928.” Journal of American History 61 (June 1964): 116-40.

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Burnham, J. C. “New Perspectives on the Prohibition ‘Experiment’ of the 1920’s.” Journal of Social History 2 (Fall 1968): 51-68.

Greene, Casey Edward. “More Than a Thimbleful: Prohibition in Galveston, 1919-1933.” Houston Review 11 (1989): 45-56.

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Auerbach, Jerold S. “The Patrician as Libertarian: Zechariah Chafee, Jr. and Freedom of Speech.” New England Quarterly 42 (December 1969): 511-31.

Balch, Emily Greene, et al. The Individual and the State. The Problem as Presented by the Sentencing of Roger N. Baldwin. New York: Graphic Press, 1918 (pamphlet).

Prude, Jonathan. “Portrait of a Civil Libertarian: The Faith and Fear of Zechariah Chafee, Jr.” Journal of American History 60 (December 1973): 633-56.

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Bardaglio, Peter W. “Lawyers, Lynching, and Governance in the New South, 1880-1900” (paper presented before the SHA, 1994) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on lynching (one piece).

Nieman (?). “The Age of Segregation, 1910-1950” (unpublished book chapter, n.d.) (typescript).

Rable, George C. “The South and the Politics of  Legislation, 1920-1940.” Journal of Southern History 51 (May 1985): 201-20.

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Watson, Richard L., Jr. “The Defeat of Judge Parker: A Study in Pressure Groups and Politics.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (September 1963): 213-34.

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Miscellaneous notes on Supreme Court cases (one piece).

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Lybeck, Sharon Leslie. “The Inglewood Raid” (paper for undergraduate history class, 1961) (typescript).

Lybeck, Sharon Leslie. “The Ku Klux Klan in California: Initial Phase, 1921 to 1922” (paper for undergraduate history class, 1961) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on the Brownsville Episode (one piece).

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Greene, Casey. “Guardians Against Change: The Ku Klux Klan in Houston and Harris County, 1920-1925.” Houston Review 10 (1988): 3-20.

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Law and Order League of Nashville, TN. Statement of Principles and Policies (pamphlet, c1918).

Lemons, Stanley. “Patriots, in the 1920s” (paper presented before the SHA, 1977) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on subversion (two pieces).

Rohde, Stephen F. “Criminal Syndicalism: the Repression of Radical Political Speech in California.” Western Legal History 3 (Summer/Fall 1990): 309-39.

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Hoffer, Peter Charles. “Text, Translation, Context, Conversation: Preliminary Notes for Decoding the Deliberations of the Advisory Committee that Wrote the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.” American Journal of Legal History 37 (October 1993): 409-39.

Pusey, Merlo J. “The ‘Judges’ Bill’ After Half a Century.” Supreme Court Historical Yearbook (1976): 73-81.

Roelofs, Vernon W. “Justice William R. Day and Federal Regulation.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 37 (June 1950): 39-60.

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White, G. Edward. “Allocating Power Between Agencies and Courts: the Legacy of Justice Brandeis.” Duke Law Journal (1974): 195-244.

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Glennon, Robert J., Jr. “Portrait of the Judge as an Activist: Jerome Frank and the Supreme Court.” Cornell Law Review 61 (August 1976): 950-84.

Glennon, Robert J., Jr. “The Role of a Circuit Judge in Shaping Constitutional Law: Jerome Frank’s Influence on the Supreme Court.” Arizona State University Law Journal (1978): 523-60.

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Burton, David H. “The Curious Correspondence of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and Franklin Ford.” New England Quarterly 53 (June 1980): 196-211.

Hall, Kermit L. “Cultural Pluralism, Total War, and the Formation of Modern Legal Culture: 1917-1945.” In his The Magic Mirror. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. “The Ku-Klux Bill.” American Law Review 5 (1870-71): 749-51.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Review of Cooley’s A Treatise on the Constitutional Limitations. American Law Review 5 (October 1871): 140-41

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Holmes (twenty-seven pieces).

Touster, Saul. “Holmes a Hundred Years Ago: The Common Law and Legal Theory.” Hofstra Law Review 10 (1982): 673-717.

White, G. Edward. “Looking at Holmes in the Mirror.” Law and History Review 4 (February 1986): 439-65.

White, G. Edward. “The Rise and Fall of Justice Holmes.” University of Chicago Law Review 39 (Fall 1971): 51-77.

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Fine, Sidney. “Mr. Justice Murphy and the Hirabayashi Case.” Pacific Historical Review 33 (May 1964): 195-209.

Hall, Kermit L. “The Professionalization of the Legal Culture: Bench and Bar, 1860-1920.” In his The Magic Mirror. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Hull, N.E.H. “Reconstructing the Origins of Realistic Jurisprudence: a Prequel to the Llewellyn-Pound Exchange Over Legal Realism.” Duke Law Journal (1989): 101-33.

Hull, N.E.H. “Restatement and Reform: a New Perspective on the Origins of the American Law Institute.” Law and History Review 8 (Spring 1990): 55-96.

Hull, N.E.H. “The Romantic Realist: Art, Literature and the Enduring Legacy of Karl Llewellyn’s ‘Jurisprudence’.” American Journal of Legal History 40 (1996): 115-45.

Hull, N.E.H. “Some Realism About the Llewellyn-Pound Exchange Over Realism: the Newly Uncovered Private Correspondence, 1927-1931.” Wisconsin Law Review (1987): 921-69.

Llewellyn, K.N. “The Constitution as an Institution.” Columbia Law Review 34 (January 1934): 1-40.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on legal history (thirteen pieces).

Paul, Arnold M. “Legal Progressivism, the Courts, and the Crisis of the 1890’s.” Business History Review 32 (Winter 1959): 495-509.

Rumble, Wildred E., Jr. “Legal Realism, Sociological Jurisprudence and Mr. Justice Holmes.” Journal of the History of Ideas 26 (October-December 1965): 547-66.

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Brooks, Russell E. “The Jurisprudence of Willard Hurst.” Journal of Legal Education 18 (1966): 257-73.

Gordon, Robert W. “J. Willard Hurst and the Common Law Tradition in American Legal Historiography.” Law and Society Review 10 (February 1975): 11-55.

Hovencamp, Herbert. “The Economics of Legal History.” Minnesota Law Review 67 (1983): 645-97.

Hurst, James Willard. “The Release of Energy.” In Law and the Conditions of Freedom in the Nineteenth Century United States. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1956.

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Rodell, Fred. “A Gallery of Justices: One Man’s Dream-Court.” Saturday Review (15 November 1958): 9-11, 36-7.

Warren, Charles. “The Supreme Court and Acts of Congress.” The Nation (7 May 1924). Reprint pamphlet by Warren.

Warren, Charles. “The Supreme Court of the United States: Shall a Minority of Its Justices Control Its Decisions on the Constitutionality of Federal Statutes. An address delivered before the Maryland State Bar Association, at Atlantic City, N.J., June 29, 1923.”

Wechsler, Herbert. “Toward Neutral Principles of Constitutional Law.” Harvard Law Review 73 (November 1959): 1-35.

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Aynes, Richard L. “Charles Fairman, Felix Frankfurter, and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Chicago-Kent Law Review 70 (1995): 1197-1273.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on Frankfurter (twenty-five pieces).

Murphy, Bruce Allen. “A Supreme Court Justice as Politician: Felix Frankfurter and Federal Court Appointments.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (October 1977): 316-34.

Spaeth, Harold J. “The Judicial Restraint of Mr. Justice Frankfurter: Myth or Reality?” Midwest Journal of Political Science 8 (February 1964): 22-38.

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Green, Thomas A. “Freedom and Criminal Responsibility in the Age of Pound: An Essay on Criminal Justice.” Michigan Law Review 93 (June 1995): 1915-

Hull, N.E.H. “Vital Schools of Jurisprudence: Roscoe Pound, Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld, and the Promotion of an Academic Jurisprudential Agenda, 1910-1919.” Journal of Legal Education 45 (June 1995): 235-81.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on Pound (one piece).

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DeVille, Kenneth A., and Mark E. Steiner. “The New Jersey Radium Dial Workers and the Dynamics of Occupational Disease Litigation in the Early Twentieth Century.” Missouri Law Review 62 (1997): 281-314.

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Spillenger, Clyde. “Lifting the Veil: the Judicial Biographies of Alpheus T. Mason.” Reviews in American History 21 (1993): 723-34.

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Kurland, Philip B. “The Role of the Supreme Court in American History: A Lawyer’s Interpretation.” Bucknell Review 14 (December 1966): 16-26.

Levinson, Sanford. “National Loyalty, Communalism, and the Professional Identity of Lawyers.” Yale Journal of Law and Humanities 7 (Winter 1995): 49-74.

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Cassels, Alan. “Fascism for Export: Italy and the United States in the Twenties.” American Historical Review 69 (April 1964): 707-12.

Diggins, John P. “Flirtation with Fascism: American Pragmatic Liberals and Mussolini’s Italy.” American Historical Review 71 (January 1966): 487-506.

Howe, Mark DeWolfe. “Federalism and Civil Rights.” Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings 77 91965): 15-27.

Hulsebosch, Daniel J. “The New Deal Court: Emergence of a New Reason.” Columbia Law Review 90 (November 1990): 1973-2016.

Leuchtenburg, William E. “The Constitutional Revolution of 1937.” In Victor Hoar, comp., The Great Depression. Toronto: Copp Clark, 1969.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on the 1930s (thirty-nine pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on assessors (one piece).

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Cochran, Thomas C. “The Business Revolution.” American Historical Review 79 (December 1974): 1449-1466.

Cochran, Thomas C. “The History of a Business Society.” Journal of American History 54 (June 1967): 5-18.

Cochran, Thomas C. “The Value of Company History: a Review Article.” Business History Review 53 (Spring 1979): 79-84.

Keller, Morton. “Business History and Legal History.” Business History Review 53 (Spring 1979): 295-303.

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Speer, James Brooks, Jr. Contagion and the Constitution: Public Health in the Texas Coastal Region, 1836-1909 (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, Rice University, 1974).

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Brown, JoAnne. “Crime and Contagion: the Political Language of Public Health and the Popularization of Germ Theory in the United States, 1870-1950” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Burnham, John C. “Medical Inspection of Prostitutes in America in the Nineteenth Century: the St. Louis Experiment and Its Sequel.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45 (May-June 1971): 203-18.

Burns, Chester R., and H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. “Introduction.” Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 32 (Spring 1974): ix-xi.

Carrigan, Jo Ann. “The National Board of Health, 1879-1883: a Significant Failure” (paper presented before the SHA, 1964) (typescript).

Carrigan, Jo Ann. “Yankees versus Yellow Jack in New Orleans, 1862-1866.” Civil War History 9 (September 1963): 248-60.

Courtwright, David T. “Public Health and Public Wealth: Social Costs as a Basis for Restrictive Policies.” Health and Society 58 (1980): 268-82.

Cowen, David L. “America’s First Pharmacy Laws.” Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (May 1942); 162-69; (June 1942): 214-21.

Curtin, Philip D. “Epidemiology and the Slave Trade.” Political Science Quarterly 83 (June 1968): 190-216.

East, Dennis. “Health and Wealth: Goals of the New Orleans Public Health Movement, 1879-84.” Louisiana History 9 (Summer 1968): 245-75.

Goldfield, David R. “The Business of Health Planning: Disease Prevention in the Old South.” Journal of Southern History 42 (November 1976): 557-70.

Harris, Elisha. “Health Laws, and Their Administration.” Journal of Social Science 2 (1870): 176-87.

Kagan, Morris. “Federal Public Health: a Reflection of a Changing Constitution.” Journal of the History of Medicine16 (July 1961): 256-79.

Kramer, Howard D. “Effect of the Civil War on the Public Health Movement.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 35 (December 1948): 449-62.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on public health (thirteen pieces).


Pritchard, D.G. “The Period of Growth: Advances in the Education of the Physically Handicapped.” In his Education and the Handicapped, 1760-1960. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1963.

Smith, Stephen. “The History of Public Health, 1871-1921.” In M.P. Ravenel, ed., A Half-Century of Public Health. New York: Arno Press, 1970.

Sturchio, Jeffrey L. “Chemistry and Culture in Gilded Age New York: Charles Chandler and His Columbia Coterie” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

“Toward a State Board of Health: The Statutory Development of Public Health in Texas, 1870-1910” (typescript, c1970).

Wagandt, Charles L., ed. “The Civil War Journal of Dr. Samuel A. Harrison.” Civil War History 13 (June 1967): 131-46.

Walker, Forrest A. “Compulsory Health Insurance: ‘The Next Great Step in Social Legislation’.” Journal of American History 56 (September 1969): 290-322.

Warner, Margaret. “Local Control versus National Interest: The Debate over Southern Public Health, 1878-1884.” Journal of Southern History 50 (August 1984): 407-28.

Zaner, Richard M. “The Unanchored Leaf: Humanities and the Discipline of Care.” Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 32 (Spring 1974): 1-18.

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Haygood, Tamara Miner. “Cows, Ticks, and Disease: a Medical Interpretation of the Southern Cattle Industry.” Journal of Southern History 52 (November 1986): 551-64.

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Bruhn, John G. “The Diagnosis of Normality.” Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 32 (Spring 1974): 241-48.

Dain, Norman, and Eric T. Carlson. “The Meaning of Moral Insanity.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 36 (March-April 1962): 130-40.

Dain, Norman, and Eric T. Carlson. “Milieu Therapy in the Nineteenth Century: Patient Care at the Friend’s Asylum, Frankford, Pennsylvania, 1817-1861.” Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 131 (October 1960): 277-90.

Dain, Norman, and Eric T. Carlson. “Moral Insanity in the United States, 1835-1866.” American Journal of Psychiatry 118 (March 1962): 795-801.

Dain, Norman, and Eric T. Carlson. “The Psychotherapy That Was Moral Treatment.” American Journal of Psychiatry 117 (December 1960): 519-24.

Dain, Norman, and Eric T. Carlson. “Social Class and Psychological Medicine in the United States, 1789-1824.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 33 (September-October 1959): 454-65.

Dwyer, Ellen. “The Asylum and the Community: Commitment Patterns to Two Nineteenth Century Lunatic Asylums” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Fox, Richard W. “‘The Intolerable Deviance of the Insane: Civil Commitment in San Francisco, 1906-1929.” American Journal of Legal History 20 (April 1976): 136-54.

Maudsley, Henry. “Juries, Judges, and Insanity.” Popular Science Monthly 1 (August 1872): 440-45.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on mental health (six pieces).

Sicherman, Barbara. “The Paradox of Prudence: Mental Health in the Gilded Age.” Journal of American History 62 (March 1976): 890-912.

Smith, Roger. Chapters 1-3 in his Trial by Medicine: Insanity and Responsibility in Victorian Trials. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1982.

Tomes, Nancy. “The Burden of Being Their Keepers: Patterns of Commitment to a Private Mental Hospital, 1840-1880” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

Tupin, Joe P. “Ethical Considerations in Behavior Control.” Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 32 (Spring 1974): 249-57.

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Baker, Samuel L. “Physician Licensure Laws in the United States, 1865-1915.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 39 (April 1984): 173-97.

Bruce, Robert V. “Universities and the Rise of the Professions: Nineteenth Century American Scientists” (paper presented before the AHA, 1970) (typescript).

Cowen, David L. “The History of Pharmacy and the History of the South.” Report of Rho Chi 33 (November 1967): 18-25.

Duffy, John. “A Note on Ante-Bellum Southern Nationalism and Medical Practice.” Journal of Southern History 34 (May 1968): 266-76.

“Medical Practitioners–Legislation Against Quacks.” American Law Review, new series 8 (June 1869): 375.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on medical practice (three pieces).

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Bailey, Richard. “Business  and Evangelical Morality: the Decline of Prohibition in Texas” (paper presented before the Texas State Historical Association, 1987) (typescript).

Benedict, Michael Lee. “Contagion and the Constitution: Quarantine Agitation from 1859 to 1866.” Journal of the History of Medicine 25 (April 1970): 177-93.

Courtwright, David T., and Shelby Miller. “Progressivism and Drink: the Social and Photographic Investigations of John James McCook.” Journal of Drug Issues (Winter 1985): 93-109.

Johnson, R. Christian. “Vice Reform and Visions of Socio-Economic Mobility, 1872-1900” (paper presented before the AHA, 1971) (typescript).

Kett, Joseph F. “Temperance and Intemperance as Historical Problems.” Journal of American History 67 (March 1981): 878-85.

Miscellaneous notes on boards of health (one piece).

Sandos, James A. “Prostitution and Drugs: the United States Army on the Mexican-American Border, 1916-1917.” Pacific Historical Review (1980): 621-45.

Sandos, James A. “Social Problems of Campaign: Prostitution, Liquor, Opium, and Cocaine with the U.S. Army in Mexico, 1916-1917” (draft article for Pacific Historical Review 1980) (typescript).

Tyrrell, Ian R. “Women and Temperance in Antebellum American, 1830-1860.” Civil War History 28 (June 1982): 128-52.

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Burns, Chester R. “Malpractice Suits in American Medicine Before the Civil War.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43 (1969): 41-56.

Duffy, John. “American Medical Ethics and the Physician-Patient Relationship.” In Earl E. Shelp, ed., The Clinical Encounter. D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1983.

Falknor, Judson F., and David T. Steffen. “Evidence of Character: From the ‘Crucible of the Community’ to the ‘Couch of the Psychiatrist’.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 102 (June 1954): 980-94.

Hale, Matthew. “Mental Science and Social Order: Hugo Munsterberg and the Origins of Applied Psychology” (typescript, n.d.).

Smith, Roger. Chapter Four in his Trial by Medicine: Insanity and Responsibility in Victorian Trials. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1982.

Weigel, Charles J. “Medical Malpractice in America’s Middle Years.” Texas Reports on Biology and Medicine 32 (Spring 1974): 191-205.

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Reich, Peter L. “Western Courts and the Privatization of Hispanic Mineral Rights Since 1850: An Alchemy of Title.” Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 23 (1998): 57-87.

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White, G. Edward. “The ‘Constitutional Revolution’ as a Crisis in .” Hastings Law Journal 48 (July 1997): 867-912.

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Betts, John R. “Mind and Body in Early American Thought.” Journal of American History 54 (March 1968): 787-805.

Bozeman, Theodore Dwight. “Inductive and Deductive Politics: Science and Society in Antebellum Presbyterian Thought.” Journal of American History 64 (December 1977): 704-22.

Harrison, Brian. “Religion and Recreation in Nineteenth-Century England.” Past and Present 38 (December 1967): 98-125.

Redlich, Fritz. “Leisure-Time Activities: A Historical, Sociological, and Economic Analysis.” Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, second series 3 (Fall 1965): 3-24.

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AHA Conference paper on school discipline, 1976 (typescript).

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Eltis, David. “Free and Coerced Transatlantic Migrations: Some Comparisons.” American Historical Review 88 (April 1983): 251-80.

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Blumin, Stuart M. “The Hypothesis of Middle-Class Formation in Nineteenth-Century America: A Critique and Some Proposals.” American Historical Review 90 (April 1985): 299-338.

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Greene, Jack P. “Jeffersonian Republicans and the ‘Modernization’ of American Political Consciousness.” Reviews in American History (March 1985): 37-42.

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Leavitt, Judith Walzer. “‘Science Enters the Birthing Room: Obstetrics in American Since the Eighteenth Century.” Journal of American History 70 (September 1983): 281-304.

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Dyer, Brainerd. “California’s Civil War Claims.” Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly 45 (March 1963): 1-24.

Lawrence, William. “The Laws of War. The Constitution and the War Power. The Liability of the Government to Pay War Claims.” American Law Register 22 (May 1874): 265-84; (June 1874): 337-420.

Miscellaneous notes and documents on war claims (one piece).

“Mr. Blaine and Mr. Justice Clifford.” American Law Review, second series (January 1877): 359-64.

“Reports of the Commissioners of Claims Appointed Under the Act of March 3, 1871, upon Disallowed Claims Submitted to Congress in Their Four General Reports of 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874.”

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Blodgett, Geoffrey. “The  Reputation, 1870 to the Present.” Journal of American History 66 (March 1980): 867-87.

McFarland, Gerald. “The New York  of 1884: a Profile.” Political Science Quarterly 78 (March 1963): 40-58.

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Miscellaneous notes on progressives (two pieces).

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Mauer, John Walker. “State Constitutions in a Time of Crisis: the Case of the Texas Constitution of 1876.” Texas Law Review 68 (1990): 1615-47.

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Argersinger, Peter H. “‘A Place on the Ballot’: Fusion Politics and  Laws.” American Historical Review 85 (April 1980): 287-306.

Benedict, Michael Les. “Southern Democrats in the Crisis of 1876-1877: a Reconsideration of Reunion and Reaction.Journal of Southern History 46 (November 1980): 489-524.

Cassity, Michael J. “Modernization and Social Crisis: The Knights of Labor and a Midwest Community, 1885-1886.” Journal of American History 66 (June 1979): 41-61.

Horowitz, Daniel. “Consumption and Its Discontents: Simon N. Patten, Thorstein Veblen, and George Gunton.” Journal of American History 67 (September 1980): 301-17.

Turner, James. “Understanding the Populists.” Journal of American History 67 (September 1980): 354-73.

Urofsky, Melvin I. “State Courts and Protective Legislation during the Progressive Era: a Reevaluation.” Journal of American History 72 (June 1985): 63-91.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Reconstruction politics (nine pieces).

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Martin, Albro. “The Troubled Subject of Railroad Regulation in the Gilded Age: a Reappraisal.” Journal of American History 61 (September 1974): 339-71.

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D. Justus. “The Arthur Administration” (paper presented before the OAH, 1978) (typescript).

Peskin, Allan. “President Garfield and the Rating Game: an Evaluation of a Brief Administration.” South Atlantic Quarterly 76 (Winter 1977): 93-102.

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Adams, Charles Francis. “The Government and the Railroad Corporations.” North American Review 112 (January 1871): 31-62.

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Eggert, Gerald G. “A Missed Alternative: Federal Courts as Arbiters of Railway Labor Disputes, 1877-1895.” Journal of Labor History (Fall 1966): 287-306.

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Hyman, Michael R. “Taxation, Public Policy, and Political Dissent: Yeoman Disaffection in the Post-Reconstruction Lower South.” Journal of Southern History 55 (February 1989): 49-76.

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Cobb, James C. “Beyond Planters and Industrialists: A New Perspective on the New South.” Journal of Southern History 54 (February 1988): 45-68.

Koeniger, A. Cash. “Climate and Southern Distinctiveness.” Journal of Southern History 54 (February 1988): 21-44.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on the New South (six pieces).

Sherman, Richard B. “‘The Last Stand’: The Fight for Racial Integrity in Virginia in the 1920s.” Journal of Southern History 54 (February 1988): 69-92.

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Miscellaneous notes on post-Reconstruction industry and agriculture (three pieces).

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Matthews, Fred. “‘ Populism’: Interpretive Paradigms and Moral Vision in American Historiography.” Journal of American History 72 (June 1985): 92-114.

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Clark, Clifford E., Jr. “The Changing Nature of Protestantism in Mid-nineteenth Century America: Henry Ward Beecher’s Seven Lectures to Young Men.” Journal of American History 57 (March 1971): 832-46.

Cunningham, Raymond J. “The Impact of Christian Science on the American Churches, 1880-1910.” American Historical Review 72 (April 1967): 885-905.

Davison, Kenneth E. “The Nomination of Rutherford Hayes for the Presidency.” Ohio History 77 (1968): 95-110.

Godkin, E.L. Excerpt from letter to James Bryce, 23 November 1884.

Gould, Lewis L. “New Perspectives on the Republican Party, 1877-1913.” American Historical Review 77 (October 1972): 1074-82.

Greenberg, Irving. “Adventure in Freedom–or Escape from Freedom? Jewish Identity in America.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 55 (September 1965): 5-21.

Hackney, Sheldon. “Origins of the New South in Retrospect.” Journal of Southern History 38 (May 1972): 191-216.

Higham, John. “Anti-Semitism in the Gilded Age: a Reinterpretation.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 43 (March 1957): 559-78.

May, Henry F. “The Recovery of American Religious History.” American Historical Review 70 (October 1964): 79-92.

Nichols, Jeannette Paddock. “Rutherford B. Hayes and John Sherman.” Ohio History 77 (1968): 125-38.

Pennanen, Gary. “Public Opinion and the Chinese Question, 1876-1879.” Ohio History 77 (1968): 139-48.

Peskin, Allan. “Garfield and Hayes: Political Leaders of the Gilded Age.” Ohio History 77 (1968): 111-24.

Peskin, Allan. “President Garfield and the Southern Question: The Making of a Policy That Never Was.” The Southern Quarterly 16 (July 1978): 375-86.

Pollack, Norman. “Handlin on Anti-Semitism: a Critique of ‘American Views of the Jew’.” Journal of American History 51 (December 1964): 391-417.

Pollack, Norman. “The Myth of Populist Anti-Semitism.” American Historical Review 9 (October 1962): 76-80.

Porter, Daniel R. “Governor Rutherford B. Hayes.” Ohio History 77 (1968): 59-75.

Shannon, William. “The Irish.” American Jewish Historical Quarterly 55 (September 1965): 22-31.

Sievers, Harry J. “Benjamin Harrison, the Twenty-Third President of the United States” (typescript, n.d.).

Sinkler, George. “Race: Principles and Policy of Rutherford B. Hayes.” Ohio History 77 (1968): 149-67.

Smith, Timothy L. “Religion and Ethnicity in America.” American Historical Review 83 (December 1978): 1155-85.

Terrill, Tom E. “David A. Wells, the Democracy, and Tariff Reduction, 1877-1894.” Journal of American History 56 (December 1969): 540-55.

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Bookwalter, John W. If Not Silver, What? Springfield, Ohio: J.J. Little and Co., 1896 (undersized book).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Arthur’s administration (thirty pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on nineteenth century law (two pieces).

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Grant, H. Roger. “Railroads and Reformers: the Chicago & North Western Encounters Grangers and Progressives” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Hammond, Mary Katharine. “California Chief Justice Field v. Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice Field: Conflict or Consistency?” (paper prepared for NEH Seminar, Summer 1979) (typescript).

“Illinois.” American Law Review 1 (April 1867): 578-80.

Miscellaneous notes on Grangers (two pieces).

Woodman, Harold D. “Chicago Businessmen and the ‘Granger’ Laws.” Agricultural History 36 (January 1962): 16-24.

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Scott, Roy V. “Milton George and the Farmers’ Alliance Movement.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 45 (June 1958): 90-109.

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Franklin, John Hope. “The Enforcement of the Civil Rights Act of 1875” (paper presented before the AHA, 1964) (typescript).

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Ahern, Wilbert H. “John Marshall Harlan: Northern Liberals and the Necessities of Black Freedom, 1877-1908” (paper presented before the OAH, 1985) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on civil rights (two pieces).

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Eggert, Gerald G. “Richard Olney and the Income Tax Cases.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 48 (June 1961): 24-41.

Howard, A.E. Dick. “James Madison and the Constitution.” Wilson Quarterly 9 (Summer 1985): 80-91.

Leff, Mark H. “Taxing the ‘Forgotten Man’: The Politics of Social Security Finance in the New Deal.” Journal of American History 70 (September 1983): 359-81.

Ryvig, David E. “The Income Tax and Changing Views of Constitutional Amendment, 1895-1910” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Swierenga, Robert P. “The ‘Odious Tax Title’: a Study in Nineteenth Century Legal History.” American Journal of Legal History 15 (April 1971): 124-39.

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Harrison, Robert. “The ‘Weakened Spring of Government’ Revisited: the Growth of Federal Power in the Late Nineteenth Century.” In Rhodri Jeffrey-Jones and Bruce Collins, ed., The Growth of Federal Power in American History (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1983).

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Sklar, Martin J. “The Sherman Antitrust Act and the Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1914” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1983) (typescript).

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Freyer, Tony. “Economic Liberty, Antitrust, and the Constitution, 1880-1925.” In Michael Les Benedict, ed., The Blessings of Liberty (Boston: D.C. Heath, 1996).

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Monkkonen, Eric. “Can Nebraska or Any State Regulate Railroads? Smyth v. Ames, 1898.” Nebraska History 53 (Fall 1973): 365-82.

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Miscellaneous notes on Plessy v. Ferguson (two pieces).

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May, James. “The Factional Foundations of Competition Policy in America, 1888-1992.” The Antitrust Bulletin (Summer 1997): 239-331.

May, James. “Redirecting the Future: Law and the Future and the Seeds of Change in Modern Antitrust Law.” Mississippi College Law Review 17 (1996): 43-79.

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Miscellaneous notes on the Progressive Era (fourteen pieces).

Reeves, Thomas C. “Chester A. Arthur and the Campaign of 1880.” Political Science Quarterly 84 (December 1969): 628-37.

Reeves, Thomas C. “The Search for the Chester Alan Arthur Papers” (typescript, n.d.).

Reeves, Thomas C. “Silas Burt and Chester Arthur: A Reformer’s View of the Twenty-first President.” New York Historical Society Quarterly (October 1970): 319-37.

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McCurdy, Charles W. “The Knight Sugar Decision of 1895 and the Modernization of American Corporation Law, 1869-1903.” Business History Review 53 (Autumn 1979): 304-44.

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Barnes, James A. “Myths of the Bryan Campaign.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 34 (December 1947): 367-404.

Diamond, William. “Urban and Rural Voting in 1896.” American Historical Review 46 (January 1941): 281-305.

Durden, Robert F. “The ‘Cow-bird’ Grounded: the Populist Nomination of Bryan and Tom Watson in 1896.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (December 1963): 397-423.

Fite, Gilbert C. “Republican Strategy and the Farm Vote in the Presidential Campaign of 1896.” American Historical Review 65 (July 1960): 787-806.

Hollingswood, J. Rogers. “The Historian, Presidential Elections, and 1896.” Mid-America 45 (July 1963): 185-92.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Populism (ten pieces).

Smith, Willard H. “William Jennings Bryan and the Social Gospel.” Journal of American History 53 (June 1966): 41-60.

Woodward, C. Vann. “The Populist Heritage and the Intellectual.” The American Scholar 29 (Winter 1959-1960): 55-72.

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Miscellaneous notes on Allgeyer v. Louisiana (165 U.S. 578) (one piece).

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Cochran, Thomas C. “The Legend of the Robber Barons.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 74 (July 1950): 307-21.

Grantham, Dewey W., Jr. “The Southern Bourbons Revisited.” South Atlantic Quarterly 60 (Summer 1961): 286-95.

Harrington, Fred H. “The Anti-Imperialist Movement in the United States, 1898-1900.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 22 (September 1935): 211-30.

Morgan, H. Wayne. “Governor McKinley’s Misfortune: The Walker-McKinley Fund of 1893.” Ohio Historical Quarterly 69 (April 1960): 103-20.

Morgan, H. Wayne. “Western Silver and the Tariff of 1890.” New Mexico Historical Review 35 (April 1960): 118-28.

Morgan, H. Wayne. “William McKinley as a Political Leader.” Review of Politics 28 (October 1966): 417-32.

Muller, Dorothea R. “Josiah Strong and American Nationalism: A Reevaluation.” Journal of American History 53 (December 1966): 487-503.

Pollack, Norman. “Hofstadter on Populism: A Critique of ‘The Age of Reform’.” Journal of Southern History 26 (November 1960): 477-500.

Shapiro, Herbert. “Pollack on Populism: a Critique of The Populist Response to Industrial America.” American Journal of Economics and Sociology 27 (July 1968): 321-34.

Stimson, F.J. “Democracy and the Laboring Man.” Journal of Social Science 35 (December 1897): 167-96.

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Baltimore, Roderick T., and Robert F. Williams. “The State Constitutional Roots of the ‘Separate but Equal’ Doctrine; Roberts v. City of Boston.” Rutgers Law Journal 17 (Spring-Summer 1986): 537-52.

Berstein, Barton J. “Case Law in Plessy v. Ferguson.” Journal of Negro History 47 (July 1962): 192-8.

Foner, Philip S. “The Battle to End Discrimination Against Negroes on Philadelphia Streetcars: (Part I) Background and Beginning of the Battle.” Pennsylvania History 40 (July 1973): 261-90.

Foner, Philip S. “The Battle to End Discrimination Against Negroes on Philadelphia Streetcars: (Part II) The Victory.” Pennsylvania History 40 (October 1973): 355-79.

Hine, William C. “The 1867 Charleston Streetcar Sit-Ins.” South Carolina Historical Magazine 77 (April 1976): 110-4.

“The Inter-State Commerce Report.” Nation (8 December 1887): 454.

Lemmon, Sarah H. “Transportation Segregation in the Federal Courts Since 1865.” Journal of Negro History 38 (April 1953): 174-93.

Maltz, Earl M. “‘Separate But Equal’ and the Law of Common Carriers in the Era of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Rutgers Law Journal 17 (Spring-Summer 1986): 553-68.

McBride, David. “Mid-Atlantic State Courts and the Struggle with the ‘Separate but Equal’ Doctrine: 1880-1939.” Rutgers Law Journal 17 (Spring-Summer 1986): 569-89.

Minter, Patricia. “The Codification of Jim Crow: Kentucky’s 1892 Separate Coach Law as a Case Study” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1991) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on civil rights (two pieces).

Olsen, Otto H. “Reflections on the Plessy v. Ferguson Decision of 1896.” In Edward Haas, ed., Louisiana’s Legal Heritage (Pensacola, FL: Perdido Bay Press, 1983).

Welke, Barbara Y. “When All the Women Were White, and All the Blacks Were Men: Gender, Class, Race, and the Road to Plessy, 1855-1914.” Law and History Review 13 (February 1995): 261-316.

Why Colored People of Philadelphia Are Excluded from the Street Cars. Philadelphia: [n.p.], 1866 (pamphlet).

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Carrington, Paul D. “The Constitutional Law Scholarship of Thomas McIntyre Cooley.” American Journal of Legal History 41 (July 1997): 368-99.

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Amar, Akhil Reed, and Daniel Widawsky. “Child Abuse as Slavery: a Thirteenth Amendment Response to Deshaney.” Harvard Law Review 105 (1992): 1359-85.

Chin, Gabriel J. “The Plessy Myth: Justice Harlan and the Chinese Cases.” Iowa Law Review 82 (1996): 151-82.

Maltz, Earl M. “Only Partially Color-Blind: John Marshall Harlan’s View of Race and the Constitution.” Georgia State University Law Review 12 (1996): 973-1016.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Harlan (seven pieces).

O’Brien, Molly Townes. “Justice John Marhsall Harlan as Prophet: the Plessy Dissenter’s Color-Blind Constitution.” William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 6 (Summer 1998): 753-75.

Pascoe, Peggy. “Miscegenation Law, Court Cases, and Ideologies of ‘Race’ in Twentieth-Century America.” Journal of American History 83 (June 1996): 44-69.

White, G. Edward. “John Marshall Harlan I: The Precursor.” American Journal of Legal History 19 (1975): 1-21.

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Closen, Michael L., and Robert J. Dzielak. “The History and Influence of the Law Review Institution.” Akron Law Review 30 (Fall 1996): 15-53.

Lurie, Jonathan. “Law and the Lawyer.” In his Law and the Nation, 1865-1912 (NY: Knopf, 1983).

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Pisciotta, Alexander W. “Treatment on Trial: the Rhetoric and Reality of the New York House of Refuge, 1857-1935.” American Journal of Legal History 29 (April 1985): 151-81.

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Briggs, Laura. “‘A Cage of Ovulating Females’: Idioms of Race and Citizenship in Puerto Rican Birth Control Politics” (paper presented before the OAH, 1996) (typescript).

Gay, Geoffrey. “No Passion for Prudery: Morals Enforcement in Nineteenth Century Houston” (unpublished Master’s thesis, Rice University, 1977) (typescript).

Gross, Karen, Marie Stefanini Newman, and Denise Campbell. “Ladies in Red: Learning from America’s First Female Bankrupts.” American Journal of Legal History 40 (January 1996): 1-40.

Hull, N.E.H., and Peter C. Hoffer. “An Agenda for the Study of Women and Crime” (paper presented before the Conference on Early American History, Cornell University, March 31, 1978) (typescript).

Klarman, Michael J. “Brown, , and Constitutional Theory: A Response to Professor McConnell.” Virginia Law Review 81 (1995): 1881-1936.

Miscellaneous notes on women and the law (two pieces).

Strebeigh, Fred. “Defining Law on the Feminist Frontier.” New York Times Magazine (6 October 1991): 28-31, 52-6.

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“An Act to Amend the Customs-Revenue Laws and to Repeal Moieties.” Forty-third Congress, First Session, Chapter 391 (22 June 1874).

“An Act to Prevent and Punish Frauds upon the Revenue, to provide for the more certain and speedy Collection of Claims in Favor of the United States, and for other Purposes.” Thirty-seventh Congress, Third Session, Chapter 76 (3 March 1863).

“An Act to Regulate the Disposition of the Proceeds of Fines, Penalties, and Forfeitures incurred under the Laws relating to the Customs, and for other Purposes” (2 March 1867).

Borit, Gabor S. “Old Wine Into New Bottles: Abraham Lincoln and the Tariff Reconsidered.” The Historian 28 (February 1966): 289-317.

Brainerd, Cephas. Excerpts from his Remarks Made Before the Committee of Ways and Means in Advocacy of the Changes in the Customs-Revenue Laws Proposed by the Merchants of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. New York: Nesbitt, 1874 (pamphlet).

“Commerce Hampered. Seizure Laws.” New York Tribune (23 March 1874): p?.

Eaton, S. B. A Discussion of the Constitutionality of the Act of Congress of March 2, 1867, Authorizing the Seizure of Books and Papers for Alleged Frauds Upon the Revenue, together with A Brief Statement of Certain Objections to the Practical Working of the Law. New York: Press of the Chamber of Commerce, 1874 (pamphlet).

Grenier, Judson A. “Muckraking and the Muckrakers: an Historical Definition.” Journalism Quarterly 37 (Autumn 1960): 14-20.

Hollander, Stanley C. “Nineteenth Century Anti-Drummer Legislation in the United States.” Business History Review 38 (Winter 1964): 479-500.

Kyvig, David E. “The Character of the Cork Determines the Flow from the Flask.” Reviews in American History 24 (1996): 114-19.

Levine, Daniel. “Gompers and Racism: Strategy of Limited Objectives.” Mid-America 43 (?): ?-?

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on customs laws (six pieces).

Noble, David W. “The Paradox of Progressive Thought.” American Quarterly 5 (Fall 1953): 201-12.


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