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Judges

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Arch N. Bobbitt oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH014
Scope and Contents The collection contains the tapes and transcript drafts of three interviews with Arch N. Bobbitt conducted by Randall Jehs for the Indiana State Library oral history project on August 30, September 11, and September 17, 1974. In the first interview, Bobbitt discusses his childhood and education; how his interest in politics developed; Indiana politics in the 1920s including the influence of the Ku Klux Klan and D. C. Stephenson; and the state gasoline tax department. In the second interview,...

John Law letters and journal transcript

 Collection — Folder S0810
Identifier: S0810
Scope and Contents The collection primarily consists of Photostat copies of letters from John Law to Lyman C. Draper, Librarian of the Wisconsin Historical Society and collector of documents on frontier history ranging from 1817 to 1869. There are also two original letters from John Law to William and a transcript of Law’s journal entries from a trip down the Ohio River in 1817.

Sherman Minton and Austin A. Cole letter and photograph

 Collection — Folder S0983
Identifier: S0983
Scope and Contents This collection includes a May 29, 1954 letter written by United States Supreme Court Justice Sherman Minton and sent to Dr. Austin A. Cole, principal of New Albany High School in New Albany, Indiana. In the letter, Minton thanks Cole for inviting him to the school's centennial celebration and states that it was "one of the happiest experience of my life." The collection also includes a photograph of Minton and Cole holding a portrait of Minton that was presented to the school by the school's...

Walter D. Myers, Sr. oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH016
Scope and Contents The collection contains the reel-to-reel tape and transcript of interviews with Walter D. Myers, Sr. conducted by Randall Jehs on December 14, 1970 and January 20, 1971. In the first interview (p. 1-40), Myers discusses why he entered the political arena, his experiences as an attorney for the city and state and city departments, Thomas Taggart, the Federal Reserve Act, his involvement in the American Legion, the Warner Brothers company, Stought Fletcher, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jim Farley,...