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Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953, 1907

Part of Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953

vinsonGuide to the Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953Machine-readable finding aid created by Eric WeigSpecial CollectionsUniversity of Kentucky Public Policy ArchivesUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039 USAPhone: (859) 257-8611Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13 Copyright 1998University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from typescript by rekeying. Processed by: Division of Special Collections 02/20/98; Finding aid encoded by Eric Weig07/21/98Description is in English.Guide to the Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953Contact InformationSpecial CollectionsUniversity of Kentucky Public Policy ArchivesUniversity of KentuckyMargaret I. King LibraryLexington, Kentucky40506-0039Phone: (859) 257-8634Fax: (859) 257-6311Email: sclref@lsv.uky.eduURL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/libpage.php?lweb_id=464&llib_id=13Processed by StaffDate Completed 1998Encoded by Eric Weig Copyright 1999 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved.Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-195372M2Vinson, Frederick Moore, 1890-1953189 cubic ft.The materials are in English.University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections,Lexington, KY 40506-0039Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.Collection is open for research.[Identification of Item], Guide to the Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953, 72M2, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington.Frederick Moore Vinson, thirteenth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, was born in Louisa, Kentucky on January 22, 1890. He received his early education in Louisa public schools. Graduating from Kentucky Normal College in 1908, he went to Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, where he earned an A.B. degree in 1909 and an L.L.B. degree in 1911. While in college he excelled both as a scholar and an athlete. In 1911, Vinson began the practice of law in Louisa, and during 1913-1914 served as City Attorney. In August, 1918, he entered the U.S. Army as a private, and was at Camp Pike, Arkansas, when the Armistice was declared. Elected Commonwealth Attorney for the 32nd Judicial District of Kentucky in 1921, he served until January 12, 1924, at which time he became a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the 9th District. He was re-elected in 1924 and 1926, but was defeated in the Republican landslide of 1928, and at the end of his term he resumed the practice of law in Ashland, Kentucky. Two years later he returned to Congress, and during 1933-1935 represented Kentucky-at-large. In 1934, he was elected to represent the new 8th District of Kentucky and in 1936 was re-elected once again. During his Congressional career, he was a student of federal taxation and won distinction as an authority on tax and fiscal matters. He served as a member of the Ways and Means Committee from December, 1931, until the close of his service in the House. His special assignments included membership on a committee on tax evasion and avoidance, and the chairmanship of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Internal Revenue Taxation. In December, 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed him an associate justice of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. He served on this bench from May of 1938 to May of 1943, and in addition served from March of 1942 to May of 1943 as chief judge of the Emergency Court of Appeals. On May 27, 1943, he resigned from the judiciary to accept an appointment by the President as Director of Economic Stabilization, one of the emergency governmental posts created during World War Two. He remained at this post until March 5, 1945, when he was appointed Federal Loan Administrator. Less than a month later, in one of his last major appointments, President Franklin D. Roosevelt named Vinson War Mobilization and Reconstruction Director. Shortly after assuming office, President Harry S. Truman nominated Vinson as Secretary of the Treasury. On July 16, 1945, he was confirmed as the new Secretary. As Secretary of the Treasury, he supervised the financial operations of the government during the closing months of the war. To facilitate the conversion of the economy from that of wartime to peacetime, Vinson recommended and Congress approved substantial tax reductions. During November and December, 1945, the Victory Loan, last of the great war bond drives, was floated. Vinson also played a leading role in two developments in the field of international finance, namely the Bretton Woods Agreements and the Anglo-American Loan of 1946. In July, 1944, he had served as vice chairman of the United States delegation to the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods and in that capacity had helped to draft the agreements establishing the International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconversion and Development. In March, 1946, Vinson chaired the Savannah conference which implemented the provisions of the Bretton Woods Agreements. On June 6, 1946, President Truman nominated Vinson as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court to succeed Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone. Two weeks later, the Senate unanimously confirmed him. The Court during these years was characterized by a concern with questions involving individual liberties, civil rights, and in economic matters the relationship between governmental regulation and private enterprise. Chief Justice Vinson was a member of the American, Kentucky State, and Boyd County Kentucky Bar Associations, the American Legion, the Order of Masons, the Brotherhood of Elks, and Phi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa, and Gamma Eta Gamma fraternities. He was a Methodist in religion. Vinson was married to Roberta Dixon on January 24, 1923. They had two sons, Frederick Moore, Jr. and James Robert Vinson. Vinson died in Washington, D.C., on September 8, 1953 and was interred in Pine Hill Cemetery, Louisa, Kentucky. Economic stabilization.New Deal, 1933-1939.Judges -- Correspondence.Legislators -- Correspondence.Arnett, Louis W. (Louis Wagner), 1879-1953.Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956.Black, Hugo LaFayette, 1886-1971.Burton, Harold H. (Harold Hitz), 1888-1964.Byrd, Harry Flood, 1887-1966.Chandler, Happy, 1898- Chapman, Virgil, 1895-1951.Clark, Thomas C. (Thomas Campbell).Clifford, Clark M., 1906- Douglas, William O. (William Orville), 1898- Fields, William Jason, 1874-1954.Forrestal, James, 1892-1949. Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965. Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973. Johnson, Keen, 1896- McCormack, John W., 1891- Minton, Sherman, 1890-1965. Reed, Stanley Forman, 1884-1980. Robertson, A. Willis, 1887-1971. Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945. Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972. Underwood, Tom R. (Tom Rust), 1898-1956.United States. Supreme Court -- 20th century. United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945.Kentucky -- Politics and government -- 20th century. Over 420 boxes containing ca. 302,500 items. Papers and documents relating to attorney, congressman, and thirteenth chief justice of the United States Supreme Court. Frederick Moore Vinson offers researchers a wealth of information about such topics as Kentucky politics, the New Deal era, the World War Two years, postwar economic readjustment, and the work of the postwar Supreme Court as it established the ground work for future opinions regarding civil rights and other issues. Correspondence, photographs, court decisions, agency reports, government documents, press releases, statistics, and executive orders are among the holdings in this collection. The Vinson papers are divided into twenty-five series which relate to the many offices Vinson held in the three branches of the government. Among the most frequently represented correspondents are Louis Arnett, Alben W. Barkley, Hugo Black, Harold Burton, Harry F. Byrd, Albert B. "Happy" Chandler, Virgil M. Chapman, Thomas C. Clark, Clark Clifford, William O. Minton, Stanley F. Reed, A. Willis Robertson, Harry S Truman, and Thomas R. Underwood. Container ListCongressional File (Section 1)Boxes 1-35 The Congressional File is composed of thirty-five boxes of material relating to Vinson's five terms of office in the U.S. House of Representatives (1924- 1928 and 1932-1938). Most of the material is from his early years in the House where he served prominently on the Military Affairs and Appropriations Committees. There is information on committee assignments, legislative bills supported and sponsored by Vinson, and correspondence with constituents requesting Congressional Directories and Farmer's Bulletins. The file contains considerable material on Kentucky politics for this period. Boxes 18-20, entitled Congressional Miscellaneous 1928, contain materials dealing with the 78th Congress. Vinson served on the House Ways and Means Committee from 1932-1938. Boxes 21-35 have correspondence relating to tax legislation, a field in which Vinson was a recognized authority, fiscal policy, coal and tobacco industries, and veterans benefits. All of this material is arranged alphabetically by correspondent or subject and within alphabetical order it is chronologically organized. 1-1A.1-2Adams-Adair.1-3Adjusted Compensation.1-4Agriculture - Bureau of Forest Service.1-5Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry - Field Seeds1925-1926.1-6Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry - Requests for Information.1-7Agriculture - Bureau of Roads.1-8Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Bath-Fleming.1-9Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Greenup-Morgan.1-10Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Nicholas-Wolfe.1-11Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, 1924.1-12Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, A-D1925.1-13Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, E-H1925.1-14Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, J-N1925.1-15Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, O-S1925.1-16Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, U-W1925.1-17Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, A-D1926.1-18Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, E-H1926.1-19Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, L-N1926.1-20Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, O-Y1926.1-21Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, A-D1927.1-22Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, E-H1927 .1-23Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, J-N1927.2-1Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests, P-W1927.2-2Agriculture - Kentucky Farm Bureau.2-3Agriculture - Tomato Canning Bulletin.2-4Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1924.2-5Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1925.2-6Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1926.2-7Agriculture - Yearbook Requests, 1927.2-8Allen-Ault.2-9Ba-Bl.2-10Bo-By.2-11Bagsby-Barney.2-12Beac-Berger.2-13Best-Berlin.2-14Big Sandy River Bridge1926.2-15Bills - Agricultural.2-16Bills - Army Appropriations.2-17Bills - Ball Rent Act.2-18Bills - Capper-Kelley1926-1927.2-19Bills - Disabled Emergency Office Bill.2-20Bills - Hospitals.2-21Bills - Howell-Barkley.3-1Bills - Johnson Immigration.3-2Bills - McNary-Haugen.3-3Bills - Miscellaneous.3-4Bills - Mt. Sterling Hospital.3-5Bills - Mutual Life Insurance Company.3-6Bills - Postal - 60th Congress.3-7Bills - Public Buildings and Grounds.3-8Bills - Revenue Bills - 68th Congress.3-9Bills - Robinson Amendment.3-10Bills - Temple Bill.3-11Bills - Thatcher.3-12Billups-Bingham.3-13Blackerby.3-14Blake-Bonus.3-15Botanic Gardens(1924-1928).3-16Bozeman-Brooks.3-17Brown-Bryson.3-18Burchett-Byron.4-1Ca-Cl.4-2Co-Cu.4-3Campaign of1924.4-4Campbell, Fallen.4-5Campbell-Cattle.4-6Carey, Miss Lyss.4-7Carroll, Robert.4-8Cattletsburg, Kentucky.4-9Chapman, Virgil.4-10Childers, J.R..4-11Chiles, R. A..4-12Cincinnati Bridge.4-13Cisco, Morton.4-14Clay, Homer.4-15Clerk, House of Representatives.4-16Commerce Department.4-17Commerce Department, Bureau or Fisheries.4-18Committee Assignments 69th Congress.4-19Committee Assignments 70th Congress.5-1Compton.5-2Congressional Record and Directory 68th Congress.5-3Congressional Record and Directory 69th Congress.5-4Conley-Cox.5-5Cooper, Charles M..5-6Corlis, H.L..5-7Crank-Cynthiana.5-8Cromwell, Emma.5-9Cumberland Falls.5-10D1924-l928.5-11Daily-Dinkle.5-12Democratic State Central Executive Committee.5-13Democratic National Committee.5-14Disabled American Veterans of World War One.5-15Dixon, Robert P. Jr..5-16Dixon, Robert.6-1Dodson-Duncan.6-2Douglas, Lindsay.6-3E1924-1928.6-4Education Bill 70th Congress1927-1928.6-5Election Certificates.6-6Elgin-Endaley.6-7Ex-Service Men: Lists for Correction.6-8F1924-1928.6-9Farm Legislation1926-1928.6-10Federal Judge's Salary Increase1925-1926.6-11Fennell-Poster.6-12Flood Control1926-1927.6-13G1924-1928.6-14Gabbard-Gibson.6-15Goodpastor-Gullion.6-16H1924-1928.6-17Hafer-Harmon.6-18Harp-Hawley.6-19Hays-Hull.7-1Hutchinson-Hutton.7-2I1924-1928.7-3Interior Department: Bureau of Education.7-4Interior Department: General Land Office.7-5Interior Department: Geological Survey.7-6Interior Department: Mines Bureau.7-7Italian Debt Settlement.7-8J1924-1928.7-9Jacobs-Jones.7-10K1924-1928.7-11Kazee-Kirk.7-12Kitchen.7-13L1924-1928.7-14Labor-Lawrence County.7-15Lewis-Littrell.7-16Loughridge-Lyon.8-1Mc1924-1928.8-2M1924-1928.8-3McClure-McMillan.8-4Mammoth Cave Project.8-5Manning-Maps.8-6Masonry-Megibben.8-7Meredith-Mobley.8-8Moneyhon, J.A..8-9Morris, Joe.8-10Mooney-Myers.8-11Miscellaneous 1925 .8-12N1924-1928 .8-13National Tribune.9-1Newspapers 1927.9-2Newspapers 1928.9-3Newspapers A-H.9-4Newspapers I-L.9-5Newspapers M-W.9-6Nichols-Nickols.9-7Northeast Kentucky Coal Association.9-8O1924-1928.9-9Oaks-Osborne.10-1P1924-1928.10-2Patent Office.10-3Peebles-Pelfrey.10-4Pending Legislation1928 (A-O).10-5Pending Legislation1928 (P-W).10-6Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 A-D.10-7Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 E-H.10-8Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 I-N.10-9Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 O-T.10-10Pension 69th Congress1925-1926 U-Z.10-11Pennington-Petron.10-12Pickett-Prewitt.11-1Postal Bills 69th Congress.11-2Q.11-3R 1924-1928.11-4Ramey-Redden.11-5Railway Labor Board Bill 69th Congress.12-1Redwine-Reeves.12-2Revenue Bill1925-1926.12-3Rhodes-Riley.12-4River, Big Sandy.12-5Roads-Robison.12-6Ross-Russell.12-7Sa-Sm1924-1928.12-8So-Su1924-1928.12-9Sandlin-See.12-10Senff-Sewell.13-1Shearer - Speaking Invitations and Engagements.13-2Sheppard-Towner Bill 69th Congress.13-3Special Acts - Air Corp Increase - HR 10827.13-4Special Acts - Aircraft Procurement - HR 11284.13-5Special Acts - Brewer, William.13-6Special Acts - Bridge Bill; Fullerton, Kentucky.13-7Special Acts - Chapman, William.13-8Special Acts - Deaton, James.13-9Special Acts - Frost, Thomas.13-10Special Acts - Gambill, George.13-11Special Acts - Grant, Roda.13-12Special Acts - Immigration.13-13Special Acts - Judicial - Kentucky.13-14Special Acts - Louisa, Kentucky.13-15Special Acts - McClain, Rachel.13-16Special Acts - Maxwell, Elizabeth.13-17Special Acts - Military Procurement - Horses.14-1Special Acts - Pensions - Adams-Austin.14-2Special Acts - Pensions - Berry-Boggs.14-3Special Acts - Pensions - Bonta-Burton.14-4Special Acts - Pensions - Campbell-Caskey.14-5Special Acts - Pensions - Childers.14-6Special Acts - Pensions - Clark-Degman.14-7Special Acts - Pensions - Edens-Fitzgerald.14-8Special Acts - Pensions - Fleming-Flinchum.14-9Special Acts - Pensions - Gaither-Gillispie.14-10Special Acts - Pensions - Griffith.14-11Special Acts - Pensions - Hale-Holt.14-12Special Acts - Pensions - Jackson-Kise.14-13Special Acts - Pensions - Lewis-Lynch.15-1Special Acts - Pensions - McClure-McGuire.15-2Special Acts - Pensions - McKelley-Marshall.15-3Special Acts - Pensions - May-Moody.15-4Special Acts - Pensions - Osborne-Porter.15-5Special Acts - Pensions - Price-Pumpelly.15-6Special Acts - Pensions - Purvis.15-7Special Acts - Pensions - Ramey.15-8Special Acts - Pensions - Rankin-Robinson.15-9Special Acts - Pensions - St. Clair-Simkins.15-10Special Acts - Pensions - Smith-Smithers.15-11Special Acts - Pensions - Swartz.15-12Special Acts - Pensions - Thacker-Voorheis.15-13Special Acts - Pensions - Waldeck-Wilson.16-1Spencer-Scamper.16-2Stapleton-Sulzer.16-3T1924-1928.16-4Taylor-Thompson.16-5Tilton.16-6Treasury Department - Truman.16-7U1924-1928.16-8V1924-1928.16-9Veteran's Hospitals - 69th Congress.16-10Veteran's Legislation - 69th Congress.16-11Valentine-Voters.16-12Wa-Wh1924-1928.17-1Wi-Wy1924-l928.17-2Wagner-Wells.17-3West-Williamson.17-4Wilson-Wolford.17-5Womack-Wyatt.17-6Y1924-1928.17-7York-Young.17-8Zappin-Zimmerman.18-1C.18-2Calendar Requests for 1928 - Childers.18-3Coal - Million Dollar Amendment.18-4Congressional Directory and Record 70th Congress.18-5Congressional Amendment.18-6Convict Labor Goods.18-7D.18-8Debate Data Requests18-9Donaldson18-10E18-11Executive Committeemen, 1928.18-12F.18-13Federal Trade Commerce.18-14Italian Debt Settlement.19-1L.19-2Lists, Requests for 1928 A-M.19-3Lists, Requests for 1928 P-Z.19-4Mc-Mi.19-5Mo-Mu.19-6MacCormack-MacLughlin.19-7Maps .19-8Miscellaneous.19-9N.19-10National Military Home.19-110.19-12R.19-13Redwine, E. E..19-14Requests Miscellaneous A-K.19-15Request Miscellaneous L-Z.19-16Reynolds, Franklin.19-17Ripper Bill - Kentucky Legislature1928.19-18Russell Lumber and Supply Company.20-1S.20-2Shannon, E. E.1924-1928.20-3Speakership of Ky. House of Representatives 1927-1928.20-4Stock Yards Legislation.20-5Strong, South.20-6T.20-7Tariff Commission.20-8Tax Reduction.20-9Tom Cats and Carr Creek.20-10Tri-State Equipment Co..20-11U.20-12V.20-13Veteran's Legislation Proposed.20-14W .20-15Warsaw - Bonds.20-16Weaver, Charles.20-17Whiskey Bill - 1927.20-18Wood, Cyrus - Congressional Confirmation.20-19Y.20-20Z.21-1Academy Appointments1932-1934 A.21-2Academy Appointments1932-1934 B.21-3Academy Appointments1932-1934 C.21-4Academy Appointments1932-1934 D.21-5Academy Appointments1932-1934 E.21-6Academy Appointments1932-1934 F.21-7Academy Appointments1932-l934 G.21-8Academy Appointments1932-1934 H.21-9Academy Appointments1932-1934 J.21-10Academy Appointments1932-1934 K.21-11Academy Appointments1932-1934 L.21-12Academy Appointments1932-1934 M.21-13Academy Appointments1932-1934 0.21-14Academy Appointments1932-1934 P.21-15Academy Appointments1932-1934 R.21-16Academy Appointments1932-1934 S.21-17Academy Appointments1932-1934 T.21-18Academy Appointments1932-1934 V.21-19Academy Appointments1932-1934 W.21-20Academy Appointments1932-1934 Y.22-1Bank Deposits - Guaranty - Glass-Steagall Rill1933 , January-April 22-2Bank Deposits - Guaranty - Glass-Steagall Bill1933 May-June.22-3Blue Licks Memorial1932.22-4Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 1).22-5Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 2).22-6Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 3).22-7Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 4).23-1Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 5).23-2Bonus Bills 1933-1936.23-3Carol Mining Co. (J.E. Rhodemyre), 1934-1935 .23-4Coal - Bituminous Coal Commission, 1932.23-5Coal - Guffey-Coal Bill, 1935.23-6Committee for the Nation, 1933.23-7Economy Bill of 1932 - January-March.24-1Economy Bill of 1932 - April-June.24-2Economy Bill Correspondence, 1932-1933.24-3Economy Bill of 1933 - Public Relation - C-L.24-4Economy Bill of 1933 - Public Relation - M-Y.24-5Home Owners Loan Corporation - 1932.24-6House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1931.24-7House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1933 A-O.24-8House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1933 P-W.25-1House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1935 A-M.25-2House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1935 N-Z.25-3Marihauna Taxing Bill - 1937.25-4Miscellaneous, 1933-1935.25-5Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1933 A-H.25-6Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1933 J-Y.25-7Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office 1937.25-8Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office 1938.26-1Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office -, March 31- April 1938 26-2Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office Debates in Senate.26-3Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office - Drafts.26-4Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office - Memorandum & Reports I.26-5Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office Memorandum & Reports II.26-6Reorganization Bill- General Accounting Office Miscellaneous.27-1Revenue Bill - 1934.27-2Revenue Bill - 1934 - Miscellaneous.27-3Revenue Bill - 1936 - Income Data Statistics.27-4Revenue Rill - 1936 - January-May.27-5Revenue Bill - 1936 - June 1-11, 1936.27-6Revenue Bill - 1936 - June 12.27-7Revenue Bill - 1938.28-1Social Security - Old Age Pensions, Unemployment Insurance - 1935.28-2Social Security - Bill, Reports and Amendments - 1935.28-3Social Security Data - 1935 (Folder 1).28-4Social Security Data - 1935 (Folder 2).28-5Social Security - Old Age Pension, Unemployment Insurance - Statistics - 1935.29-1Stream Pollution - 1938-1940.29-2Supreme Court Bill - 1937.29-3Taxation - Double Taxation - 1933 - I.29-4Taxation - Double Taxation - 1933 - II.29-5Taxation - Double Taxation - 1934-1935.29-6Taxation - Excise Taxes - 1937.29-7Taxation - Investigations of Possible Revisions of the Surtax on Undistributed Profits - No Date.30-1Taxation - Joint Committee Income Tax Evasion - 1937.30-2Taxation - New Committee to Investigate Taxes - 1932.30-3Taxation - Re-evaluation of Depreciated Estates 1932.30-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - Miscellaneous Correspondence - A-L.30-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - Miscellaneous Correspondence - M-Z.30-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation September, 1937.30-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - October 13-24, 1937 .30-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - October 25-30, 1937 .30-9Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937.31-1Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - A-B .31-2Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - C.31-3Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - D-E .31-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - F-G .31-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - H-I.31-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - J-L .31-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - M.31-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - N-R .31-9Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - S.31-10Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - T-Y.32-1Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 1-10, 1937.32-2Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 11-15, 1937.32-3Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 16-21, 1937.32-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 22-31, 1937.32-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December, 1937.32-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, January, 1938 - A-B 32-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, January, 1938 - C-G 32-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, January, 1938 - H-T 32-9Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Tnvestigation -, January, 1938 - J-L 33-1Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, January, 1938 - M-P 33-2Taxation - Tax subcommittee Investigation -, January, 1938 - Q-S 33-3Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, January, 1938 - T-Z 33-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, February 1-14, 1938 - A-C 33-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, February 1-14, 1938 - D-G 33-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, February 1-14, 1938 - H-M 33-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, February 1-14, 1938 - N-Z 33-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, February 15-28, 1938 - A-F 33-9Taxation - Tax Subconmittee Investigation -, February 15-28, 1938 - G-M 33-10Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation -, February 15-28, 1938 - N-Z 34-1Tobacco - Bills, Reports and Amendments - 1932-1936 (Folder 1).34-2Tobacco - Bills, Reports and Amendments - 1932-1936 (Folder 2).34-3Tobacco Correspondence - 1931-1933.34-4Tobacco Correspondence -, January-March, 1934 34-5Tobacco Correspondence - Apri1-December, 1934.34-6Tobacco Correspondence - 1935.34-7Tobacco Correspondence - 1936-1937.34-8Tobacco Tax - 1931-1933.35-1Tobacco Tax - 1934.35-2Tobacco Tax - 1935-1936.35-3Tobacco - Federal Tobacco Grading Act - 1935.Army-Navy File (Section II)Boxes 36-39 The Army-Navy file consists of four boxes and covers the years 1924 to 1929. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically within the correspondent's file. The main bulk of the file consists of correspondence concerning appointments to the service academies, requests for headstone applications, service discharge information in order to file for pay allotments and for dismissal of under-aged recruits, and location of servicemen. At the end of the file a General Information folder appears which contains governmental regulations, procedures, and forms that are related to military affairs. 36-1Adkins - Austin .36-2Bache - Binnion .36-3Blair - Bradley.36-4Bradshaw - Butler.36-5Callihan - Chaffin.36-6Chapman - Clemons.36-7Cobb - Cory .36-8Costello - Curry.36-9Davis - Dixon .36-10Duff - Duncan .36-11Eaker - Evans.37-1Fannin - Futty.37-2Gallagher - Ganis .37-3Gearhart - Gross.37-4Hackworth - Hayes.37-5Heaberlin - Hiley.37-6Hodges - Johnson.37-7Kash - Kouns .37-8Lake - Lynch.38-1McGlone - Martin.38-2Matthews - Murphy .38-3Navy - Osborne .38-4Parks - Phipps .38-5Porter - Quisenberry.38-6Ratcliff - Rees .38-7Reid - Runyon.38-8Sabath - Senff.38-9Sims - Sowder.38-10Sparks - Stapleton.38-11Stevenson - Sublet.39-1Taulbee - Tyler.39-2Underhill - Vermillion.39-3Wagner - Watson.39-4Weddington - Whitt.39-5Witt - Young.39-6General Information Folder.Army-Navy File (Section II) and Military Affairs File (Section III)Boxes 40-41 The material in the Military Affairs File deals with the House Military Affairs Committee which Vinson served on from 1924-1928. The file, consisting of two boxes, is arranged alphabetically by topics and chronologically within the topic. 40-1Air Service.40-2Army Air Bill.40-3Army Appropriations.40-4Bills Passed 69th Congress, 1st Session.40-5Chesapeake & Ohio Bill.40-6Compulsory Military Training.40-7Design and Procurement Bills.40-8Dixie Highway Bill.40-9Fredricksburg Bill.40-10Metalclad Airship.41-1Miscellaneous.41-2Muscle Shoals.41-3Philippine Constabulary.41-4Procurement Board.41-5Warrant Officer.41-6Woodfill, Capt. Samuel.Pension File (Section 1V)Boxes 42-48 The correspondence in the seven boxes of the Pension File covers the years 1924 to 1929. The material is arranged by correspondent and then chronologically within the correspondent's file. Letters J-N are not represented in the collection. For further information consult Vinson's index card file for Pension requests, 1924 to 1929. This file is divided into counties and within each county it lists in alphabetical order those who have requested pensions and pension information. 42-1Abbott - Adams, E. .42-2Adams, F. - Adkins .42-3Alexander - Allen Allison - Arn .42-4Arnett - Atkins .42-5Bach - Barber .42-6Barlow - Bays .42-7Beam - Biglow .42-8Binnie - Booth.42-9Boren - Bradley.42-10Bramel - Brown.42-11Bruer - Burns.42-12Bush - Butler.43-1Campbell - Canning Carey - Caskey .43-2Castle - Chapman.43-3Chenault - Clayton .43-4Clemons - Colgrove .43-5Collier - Cooper.43-6Cornett - Craft .43-7Crank - Curley .43-8Damerin - Davidison .43-9Davis - Dagman.43-10Denham - Dove.43-11Douglas - Downey .43-12Drake - Dyer.44-1Easterling - Elam.44-2Ellis - Estes.44-3Estill - Ewing.44-4Fannin - Flinn.44-5Foller - Fortune.44-6Foster - Fox.44-7Fraley.44-8Franklin - Fyfe.44-8Gambill Gillum.44-10Girvin - Graves.44-11Green - Griffey.44-12Griffin - Gumm.45-1Hager - Haney.45-2Hanners - Hatton.45-3Hawey - Hewlett.45-4Hickman - Hilley.45-5Hobbs - Horton.45-6Hubbard - Huffman.45-7Hughes - Hunt.45-8Hutchinson - Hyman.45-9Ingram - O'Connell.46-1Rains - Ray.46-2Reid - Richards.46-3Riddle - Riley.46-4Roark - Roberts.46-5Robinson - Roney.46-6Rose.46-7Ross - Runyon.46-8Salmons - Sawyer.46-9Scott - Sennett.46-10Shakleford - Skeen.46-11Smith - Sowards.46-12Sparks - Stewarts .47-1Stidham - Stone.47-2Story - Sturgill.47-3Sullivan - Swim.47-4Tacket - Thomas.47-5Thompson.47-6Tolliver - Tolson.47-7Tomlin - Trusty.47-8Turner.47-9Tutt - Tyree.47-10Vansickle - Virgin.47-11Waddell - Waller.47-12Warden - Watson.48-1Watts - Wells.48-2Weirman - Whitt.48-3Wigington - Williams, J..48-4Williams, S. - Wilson.48-5Winters - Woods.48-6Workman - Wright.48-7Yates - Zorn.Post Office File (Section V)Boxes 49-51 The Post Office File, consisting of three boxes, runs from 1923 to 1937 and is concerned with patronage matters. Correspondence is first arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within the year according to the post office branch or route. At the end of the file appears a General Information Folder and a log of all Post Office personnel in Vinson's district. 49-11923 thru C of 1924.49-2D - H 1924.49-3I - R 1924.49-4S - W 1924.49-5A - F 1925.49-6G - R 1925.49-7S - Z 1925.50-1A - F 1926.50-2G - M 1926.50-3N - w 1926.50-4A - Crocketsville 1927 .50-5Cynthiana - H 1927.50-6J - R 1927 .50-7S - X 1927.51-1A - L 1928.51-2M - T 1928.51-3V - Y 1928.51-41929.51-5General Information Folder.51-6Post Office Log 1924-1937.Veteran's Bureau File (Section VI)Boxes 52-68 The correspondence and records in the seventeen boxes of the Veteran's Bureau File covers the years 1924 to 1929. The material in this file deals with veteran's benefits. It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically arranged within the correspondent's file. Box 68 contains correspondence relating to adjusted compensation or the "Bonus." 52-1A.52-2Baber-Baker.52-3Baldridge-Ball.52-4Wm. H. Ballard.52-5Barker (A-L).52-6Barker (L-W).52-7Barnett- Bartnam.52-8Bates-Bayes.52-9Beckett-Bentley.52-10Berry-Beyersdoerfer.52-11Bibb-Bishop.52-12Blake-Blankenship.52-13Blevins-Boggs.52-14Bole-Borders.52-15Bowan-Bowling.53-1Bowman-Boyd.53-2Bradley.53-3Branson-Brickles.53-4Bright-Brown (A).53-5Brown, James H ..53-6Brown, (L-M).53-7Browning-Bryant.53-8Bundy-Burrows.53-9Burton.53-10Bussey-Byrd.53-11Cable- Caldwell .53-12Callahan-Calloway.53-13Campbell.53-14Cantrell.53-15Carpenter, Joe.53-16Carpenter.54-1Carr-Carroll.54-2Carter.54-3Carver-Cassidy.54-4Caudill.54-5Chadwick-Chapman.54-6Charlies-Chenault.54-7Childers-Chilholm.54-8Christman-Church.54-9Clark.54-10Clay-Clevenger.54-11Click-Clinkenbeard.54-12Cochran-Cockerham.54-13Coldiron-Colley.55-1Combs (A-M).55-2Combs, David.55-3Combs (W).55-4Conley.55-5Conn-Cook.55-6Cooksey-Cooper.55-7Coughlin-Counts.55-8Cox.55-9Coyle-Crager.55-10Craig-Crisp.55-11Cummins-Curtis.55-12Dalton-Daulton.55-13David-Davidson.55-14Davis (C-G).55-15Davis (K-T).56-1Day-Dayton.56-2Deaning-Dennis.56-3Diale-Diener.56-4Dixon.56-5Douley.56-6Donovan-Dryden.56-7Dunaway-Duncan.56-8Dunigan-Dyer.56-9Earle-Edens.56-10Edwards-Eldridge.56-11Elkins-Elliot.56-12Ellis--Estte.56-13Evans-Everman.56-14Fallen-Fannin (C-L).56-15Fannin (M-R).56-16Fannin (W).57-1Fearis-Felthaus.57-2Ferguson.57-3Fewell-Fife.57-4Finch-Fisher.57-5Fleming-Flora.57-6Fortune-Fraley.57-7Frasure-Frazier.57-8Freeland-Fugate.57-9Frelks.57-10Fultz .57-11Fyffe.57-12Hackney-Haley.57-13Hall.58-1Hamilton-Hammonds .58-2Hampton-Hannan .58-3Hanney-Harper .58-4Harris-Hathaway .58-5Hatton-Hawkins .58-6Haydon-Hazlett .58-7Helton-Henderson .58-8Henry .58-9Hensley-Hewnshell .58-10Hickey-Hilger .58-11Hill-Hilten .58-12Hogg-Holbrook .58-13Holbrook, Jere H..59-1Hollon-Horton.59-2Howard (B-E).59-3Howard (H-M).59-4Howell.59-5Howerton-Huffman.59-6Hughes-Hutchinson.59-7I.59-8Jackson-Jefferson.59-9Jenkins-Jibb.59-10Johnson (Abel-Cecil).59-11Johnson, Charles.59-12Johnson (E-M).59-13Jones.60-1Jordon.60-2Judd-Justice.60-3Kash-Keaton.60-4Keffer-Kegley.60-5Kelley-Kiles.60-6King-Kiser.60-7Kitchan.60-8Knelanger-Kravarites.60-9L.60-10McAllister-McDowell.60-11McEldoney-McGinley.60-12McGlone.60-13McGlothlin-McGuire.60-14McIntosh.60-15McKensie-MeRamsey.61-1Maddix-Maggard.61-2Malone-Mannin.61-3Manning-Maupin.61-4Maxey.61-5May(E-J).61-6May-Mays.61-7Meade-Merrill.61-8Messer-Middleton.61-9Miller.61-10Mitchell-Moon.61-11Moore (D-J).61-12Moore (L-W).62-1Moran-Morrison.62-2Mosier-Mullins.62-3Murphy-Myers.62-4Napier-Nash.62-5Neace-Nease.62-6Nelson-Newsome.62-7Nichol-Nichols.62-8Nickell.62-9Niece-Nolen.62-10Oakley-Oldham.62-11Oney-Overly .62-12Pace-Parr.62-13Parrish-Payne.63-1Peck-Pelfrey.63-2Pence-Pergram.63-3Perkins.63-4Perry.63-5Petrella-Piersall.63-6Pigman-Poplin.63-7Porter-Prather.63-8Pratter-Preston.63-9Price-Pruitt.63-10Pugh-Pursal1.63-11Queen.64-1Rakes-Rankin.64-2Ratcliff-Razor.64-3Reed-Reynolds.64-4Rice-Richmond.64-5Ridgeway.64-6Riffe-Rigsby.64-7Risner-Robbins.64-8Roberts.64-9Robertson-Roe.64-10Rogers-Rose.64-11Routt-Russell.65-1Salyer.65-2Sammons-Scott.65-3Seagraves-Shaw.65-4Sheets-Shumate.65-5Simpson-Skaggs.65-6Sloas-Slusher.65-7Smith.65-8Smitson-Sparks.65-9Spears-Spence.65-10Spencer.65-11Spicer-Stacy.65-12Stamper.66-1Stapleton.66-2Steele-Stegal.66-3Stephens-Stephenson.66-4Stepp-Stevenson.66-5Stewsrt.66-6Stidham-Stockdale.66-7Stone-Swinford.66-8Tabor-Taylor.66-9Terrell-Terry.66-10Thacker-Thaxton.66-11Thomas.66-12Thompson.66-13Thornberry-Traylor.67-1Trent-Triplett .67-2Trosper-Turman .67-3Turner .67-4Tuffe-Underwood .67-5Vance-Vaughan .67-6Vermillion-Vires .67-7W-Z.68-1Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - A-B.68-2Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - C-E .68-3Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - F-G.68-4Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - H-L.68-5Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - M-O.68-6Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - P-R.68-7Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - S-T.68-8Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - V-W.Political File (Section VII)Boxes 69-88 The Political File is made up of twenty boxes of material covering the years 1923 to 1940. Most of this material deals with state politics, but there is some information on Democratic National Conventions. There is correspondence relating to the various primaries and general elections occuring during those years, most of it dealing with the role of the 8th and 9th Congressional districts. This is particularly true of the elections of 1932 held within the State of Kentucky. In addition to the campaign information there is material relating to patronage matters handled by Vinson. The file is arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically and chronologically within the year. 69-1A - 1924.69-2B - 1924.69-3C - 1924.69-4D - 1924.69-5E - 1924.69-6F - 1924.69-7G - 1924.69-8H - 1924.69-9I-K - 1924.69-10L - 1924.70-1M - 1924.70-2N-0 - 1924.70-3P - 1924.70-4R - 1924.70-5S - 1924.70-6T - 1924.70-7V - 1924.70-8W-Y - 1924.70-9Miscellaneous - 1925.71-1Allen, Bruce, 1926.71-2American Legion, Kentucky, 1924-1927.71-3American Legion, National, 1924-1929.71-4Anti-Saloon League, 1924-1927.71-5Armitage, Clarence, 1924.71-6Ashland Chamber of Commerce.71-7Bach, Chester, 1924-1927.71-8Bach, Grannis, 1924-1927.71-9Bailey, Clay, 1924-1927 .71-10Barkley, Alben W., 1926 .71-11Bartram, Nile, 1926-1927 .71-12Bates, Joe, 1924-1927.71-13Berry, J.C., 1924-1928.71-14Democratic National Convention, Preparation for, 1924-1928 .71-15Democratic National Convention 1928.71-16Judicial District 1926-1927.72-1Primary Election, 1923.72-2Primary Election, 1924.72-3Primary Election, 1925.72-4Primary Election, June, 1928.72-5Primary Election, July 1-21, 1928.72-6Primary Election, July 22-31, 1928.72-7Primary Election, August 1-13, 1928.72-8Primary Election, August 14-30, 1928.72-9Primary Election, September, 1928.72-10Primary Election, 1928 - Miscellaneous .73-11928-1930 - Miscellaneous.73-2A-Gallagher - 1929.73-3Gilbert-Myers - 1929.73-4Thompson-Wright - 1929.73-5A - 1930.73-6B - 1930.73-7C - 1930.73-8D - 1930.73-9E - 1930.73-10F - 1930.73-11G - 1930.74-1H - 1930.74-2I - 1930.74-3J - 1930.74-4K - 1930.74-5L - 1930.74-6M - 1930.74-7N - 1930.74-80 - 1930.74-9P - 1930.74-10R - 1930.74-11S - 1930.75-1T - 1930.75-2U - 1930.75-3V - 1930.75-4W - 1930.75-5X-Z - 1930.75-6Campaign 1930 - Expenses, workers, etc..75-7Farm letters - 1930.76-1A-Byrns - 1931.76-2C-Douglas - 1931.76-3Edwards-Green - 1931.76-4H-L - 1931.76-5MacDonald-Purdon - 1931.76-6Ramsey-Rouse - 1931.76-7Salyer-Tyra - 1931.76-8Underwood-Young - 1931.76-9Democratic Convention, 1931.77-1County Conventions, 1932 - A-F.77-2County Conventions, 1932 - G-L.77-3County Conventions, 1932 - M-W.78-11932 Elections - A.78-21932 Elections - B.78-31932 Elections - C.78-41932 Elections - D.78-51932 Elections - E.78-61932 Elections - F.78-71932 Elections - G.78-81932 Elections - H.78-91932 Elections - I.78-101932 Elections - J.78-111932 Elections - K.78-121932 Elections - L.79-11932 Elections - M.79-21932 Elections - N.79-31932 Elections - 0.79-41932 Elections - P.79-51932 Elections - Q.79-61932 Elections - R.79-71932 Elections - S.79-81932 Elections - T.79-91932 Elections - U.79-101932 Elections - W.79-111932 Elections - V.79-121932 Elections X-Z.80-1Patronage, 1932-1933 - A-D.80-2Patronage, 1932-1933 - E-H.80-3Patronage, 1932-1933 - I-L.80-4Patronage, 1932-1933 - M.80-5Patronage, 1932-1933 - N-P.80-6Patronage, 1932-1933 - R-S.80-7Patronage, 1932-1933 - T-Z.81-1General - A-C, 1932-1933.81-2General - D-G, 1932-1933.81-3General - H-Q, 1932-1933.81-4General - R-S, 1932-1933.81-5General - T-Y, 1932-1933.81-6Miscellaneous -, January-June, 1933 81-7Miscellaneous - July-December, 1933.82-1Patronage, 1934 - A .82-2Patronage, 1934 - B.82-3Patronage, 1934 - E.82-4Patronage, 1934 - F.82-5Patronage, 1934 - I.82-6Patronage, 1934 - J.82-7Patronage, 1934 - K.82-8Patronage, 1934 - L.82-9Patronage, 1934 - Mc.82-10Patronage, 1934 - M.82-11Patronage, 1934 - P.82-12Patronage, 1934 - S.82-13Patronage, 1934 - T.82-14Patronage, 1934 - V.82-15Patronage, 1934 - W.83-1Ashland Transit Bureau, 1934.83-2Mary Inglis Highway, 1932-1935.83-3Miscellaneous Patronage, 1933-1936.83-4Photographs, 1930s.83-5Reforestation, 1933 - A-F.83-6Reforestation, 1933 - F-L.83-7Reforestation, 1933 - M-W.84-1Farm Letters, 1934 .84-2Primary, 1934 - A.84-3Primary, 1934 - B .84-4Primary, 1934 - C .84-5Primary, 1934 - D .84-6Primary, 1934 - E.84-7Primary, 1934 - F.84-8Primary, 1934 - G.84-9Primary, 1934 - H.84-10Primary, 1934 - I-K.84-11Primary, 1934 - L.84-12Primary, 1934 - M.84-13Primary, 1934 - N.84-14Primary, 1934 - 0.84-15Primary, 1934 - P.84-16Primary, 1934 - R.84-17Primary, 1934 - S.84-18Primary, 1934 - T.84-19Primary, 1934 - V.84-20Primary, 1934 - W .84-21Primary, 1934 - Y.84-22Primary, 1934 - Precinct Returns.84-23General Election, 1934 - A.84-24General Election, 1934 - B .84-25General Election, 1934 - C .84-26General Election, 1934 - D.85-1General Election, 1934 - E.85-2General Election, 1934 - F.85-3General Election, 1934 - G.85-4General Election, 1934 - H.85-5General Election, 1934 - I.85-6General Election, 1934 - J.85-7General Election, 1934 - K.85-8General Election, 1934 - L.85-9General Election, 1934 - M.85-10General Election, 1934 - N.85-11General Election, 1934 - 0.85-12General Election, 1934 - P.85-13General Election, 1934 - Q.85-14General Election, 1934 - R.85-15General Election, 1934 - S.85-16General Election, 1934 - T.85-17General Election, 1934 - V.85-18General Election, 1934 - W.85-19General Election, 1934 - Miscellaneous.85-20Personal Campaign of 1934.85-21Kentucky Redistricting.85-22Redistricting Bill - 1934 Session of Kentucky Legislature.86-1Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - A-B.86-2Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - C.86-3Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - D-F.86-4Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - G-I.86-5Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - J-M.86-6Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - N-R.86-7Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - S-T.86-8Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - U-Y.86-9Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - Vote Tabulation.86-10Patronage, 1935 - B.86-11Patronage, 1935 - K.86-12Patronage, 1935 - Mc.86-13Patronage, 1935 - M .86-14Patronage, 1935 - P.86-15Patronage, 1935 - U.86-16Patronage, 1935 - V.87-11936.87-2Boyd County General, 1936.87-3Boyd County, 1936-1938.87-4Campaign Material - National .87-5Primary Election, 1936 - A.87-6Primary Election, 1936 - B.87-7Primary Election, 1936 - C.87-8Primary Election, 1936 - D.87-9Primary Election, 1936 - E.87-10Primary Election, 1936 - F.87-11Primary Election, 1936 - G.87-12Primary Election, 1936 - H.87-13Primary Election, 1936 - I.87-14Primary Election, 1936 - J.87-15Primary Election, 1936 - K.87-16Primary Election, 1936 - L.87-17Primary Election, 1936 - M.87-18Primary Election, 1936 - N.87-19Primary Election, 1936 - P.87-20Primary Election, 1936 - Q.87-21Primary Election, 1936 - R.87-22Primary Election, 1936 - S.87-23Primary Election, 1936 - T.87-24Primary Election, 1936 - U.87-25Primary Election, 1936 - V.87-26Primary Election, 1936 - W.87-27Primary Election, 1936 - Y.88-1Farm Letters, 1936.88-2General Election, 1936 - A.88-3General Election, 1936 - B.88-4General Election, 1936 - C.88-5General Election, 1936 - D.88-6General Election, 1936 - E.88-7General Election, 1936 - F.88-8General Election, 1936 - G.88-9General Election, 1936 - H.88-10General Election, 1936 - J.88-11General Election, 1936 - K.88-12General Election, 1936 - L.88-13General Election, 1936 - M.88-14General Election, 1936 - N.88-15General Election, 1936 - O.88-16General Election, 1936 - R.88-17General Election, 1936 - S .88-18General Election, 1936 - T.88-19General Election, 1936 - V.88-20General Election, 1936 - W.88-21Patronage, 1936 - V.88-22Patronage, 1937 - A.88-23Patronage, 1937 - J.88-24Patronage, 1937 - O.88-25Patronage, 1937 - W.88-26Person, 1936.88-27Special Election, June, 1938.88-28General Elections, 1939-1940. U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia File (Section VIII)Boxes 89-103 In December of 1937 President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed Vinson as associate justice of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. In May of 1943 Judge Vinson resigned from the bench. The District Court of Appeals was responsible for both civil and criminal cases. In the first nine boxes of this file all of Judge Vinson's decisions are arranged in chronological order. In the remaining boxes correspondence concerning the court, Judge Vinson's calendar, and rules of the court appear. 89-1June13, 1938 - 7058: Proctor v. American Security & Trust.89-2July5, 1938 - 7068: Willis v. U.S.A..89-3July5, 1938 - 7067: Johnson A Wimsatt, Inc. v. D.C. Commissioners.89-4September29, 1938 - 7136: Brown v. Metronolitan Life Insurance Co..89-5October10, 1938 - 7074: Wolford v. McNeill.89-6October31, 1938 - 7062-65: Evans,et al v. Kolippnaki.89-7November21, 1938 - 7170: Black River Valley Broadcast Inc. v. Frank R. McNinch, et al.89-8December5, 1938 - 7113: U.S. ex rel-G.C. Roughton v. Ickes.89-9December22, 1938 - 440 Civil: William Jameson & Co. v. Morgenthau, Jr. 1939 - 7213: Neild v. D.C..89-10January 23, 1939 - 7110: Tipp v. D.C..89-11January 26, 1939 - 7061: Tumulty et al v. D.C..90-1February 6, 1939 - 7108: Lyons v. Hines.90-2February 20, 1939 - 7176: Pratt v. U.S.A..90-3March 6, 1934 - 7091: The Courier Post Publishing Co. v. Federal Communications Commission.90-4April 10, 1939 - 7134: Summerhays v. Coe.90-5April 10, 1939 - 7139: Clark v. Associate Retail Credit Co. of Washington.90-6April 10, 1939 - 7278: Laughlin vs. Cummings.90-7April17, 1939 - 7214: Hines & Elliott v. Marsh.90-8May8, 1939 - 7163: Giovannani v. Waple & James.90-9May8, 1939 - 7217: Harris v. Embry.90-10May8, 1939 - 7174: Olson v. Throckmorton.90-11June26, 1939 - 7130: Prevost v. Morgenthau, Jr..90-12June26, 1939 - 7179-80: Herder, et al v. Helvering.91-1June27, 1939 - 7295: Witters v. U.S.A..91-2June30, 1939 - 7030: Rosario v. U.S.A..91-3July31, 1939 - 7235: Young, Receiver v. Nicholson & Riggs National Bank.91-4October9, 1939 - 7167: Chapman v. Griffith Consumers Co..91-5October23, 1939 - 7288: Bishop v. U.S.A..91-6November, 1939 - 7368: Lukens Steel, et al v. Perkins, et al.91-7November6, 1939 - 7325: Williams v. American Employers Insurance Co..91-8November13, 1939 - 7192: Tri-State Broadcasting v. Federal Communications Commission.91-9November13, 1939 - 7141: Stewart v. Capital Transit Co..91-10November27, 1939 - 7195: Regal Cleaners & Dryers v. Pessazno.91-11November27, 1939 - 7243: Steager Import v. Cameron.91-12December4, 1939 - 7275 &7296: Reality Investment & Securities Corp. v. Rust Co..91-13January1940 - 7327: Laber v. Hall.91-14January 8, 1940 - 7422: National Federation of Railway Workers v. National Mediation Board, et al .91-15January 15, 1940 - 7381: Green (AFL) v. Brophy (CIO).91-16January 15, 1940 - 7469: Carl v. Ferrell.91-17January 15, 1940 - 7470: Carl v. Norris.91-18January 22, 1940 - 7349: Sma11 v. Cohen & U.S.A..91-19February 26, 1940 - 7402-03: Gay Union Corp Inc. Canal Bank & Trust Co. v. Wallace.91-20March4, 1940 - 7488: U.S.A. v. American Medical Association.91-21March11, 1940 - 7337-38: Barnes, et al v. Pannakker.91-22March18, 1940 - 7330: Richardson v. Richardson.92-1April15, 1940 - 7434: Fidelity & Deposit Co. v. Helvering.92-2April22, 1940 - 7294: Pantiz & Co. v. D. C..92-3April29, 1940 - 7545: Howard v. Howard.92-4May13, 1940 - 7332: Parmlee v. U.S.A..92-5May20, 1940 - 7535: Swofford v. International Marine Co..92-6June3, 1940 - 7427: Korman, Trustee v. Federal Housing Administration.92-7June24, 1940 - 7409: Miller v. Schwinn Inc..92-8June24, 1940 - 7437: Goodloe v. Hawk.92-9June28, 1940 - 7652: Dunn v. Ickes.92-10July1940 - 7420: Davis v. Davis.92-11July15, 1940 -- 7369: Morgan v. Hines.92-12August26, 1940 - 7460: Glass v. Ickes.92-13September23, 1940 - 7501: Cysick v. 2nd National Bank.92-14October14, 1940 - 7448: Flanagan v. Helvering .92-15October28, 1940 - 7508: Daniels v. Coe.92-16October28, 1940 - 7513: California Packing Corp. v. D.C..92-17November25, 1940 - 7686: Nueslein v. D.C..92-18December9, 1940 - 7598: National Labor Relations Board v. Arcade-Sunshine Co. Inc..92-19December9, 1940 - 7483: Granholm v. Cardillo.92-20December16, 1940- 7615: McGraw Hill Publishing Co. v. American Aviation Association .93-17629: Holfeierlein v. Grant, et al, January 6, 194193-27548: Huber v. Helvering, January 27, 194193-37612: Tyer v. Hines, January 27, 194193-47582: Colorado Raido Corp. v. Federal Communications Commission, February 3, 1941 93-57556: Jefferson v. Helvering February 17, 1941 93-67697: Pike, et al v. Walker March 10, 1941 93-77549: Jones v. Kennedy March 17, 1941 93-87556: All-State Service Station v. Standard Oil Co., March24, 1941 93-97526: Young v. Howard & Hayes, March24, 1941 93-10 - 7760: Pullen v. Sun Life Insurance Co. March 31, 1941 93-11April7, 1941 - 7587: Fades v. Capital Materials Co., Inc..93-12April7, 1941 - 7639: Brice v. Walker.93-13April28, 1941 - 7592-94: Lammerding, etc. v. Helvering.93-14May5, 1941 - 7584: Krause v. Coe.93-15May12, 1941 - 7503-7538: Bethlehem Steel Co. v. N.L.R.B..93-16May12, 1941 - 7641: Cherry v. Miley.93-17June2, 1941 - 7620: Helvering v. Lent.93-18June16, 1941 - 7643: Eureka Maryland Assurance Corp. v. Gray.94-1June30, 1941 -- 7709: Southern Garment Manufactures v. Administrator of Dept. of Labor Wage & Price Division.94-2June30, 1941 - 7715: Andrea Seedman Inc. v. Administrator of Dept. of Labor Wage & Price Division.94-3June30, 1941 - 7714: National Association of Wool Manufactures v. Administrator of Wage & Hour Division.94-4June30, 1941 - 7487: Kerr v. U.S.A..94-5July29, 1941 - 7879: Warring v. Huff.94-6June29, 1941 - 7921: Warring v. Colpoys.94-7September21, 1941 - 8204: Viereck v. U.S.A..94-8October5, 1941 - 8090: Catoe v. U.S.A..94-9October12, l94l - 8038: Williams v. U.S.A..94-10October13, 1941 - 7698: Chippas v. Valltes.94-11October28, 1941 - 7705: McCord v. Helvering.94-12November3, 1941 - 7662: Gutsha11 v. Wood.94-13November10, 1941 - 7694: Southern Railway v. Acme Fast Freight.94-14November26, 1941 - 7773-75: Gertman v. Burdick.95-1December8, 1941 - 7759: Phipps v. Helvering.95-2December15, 1941 - 7762: Greenbalt v. Wender.95-3December31, 1941 - 7832: Sacks v. Sacks.95-4December31, 1941 - 7889: Abbott, Puller & Myers v. Plyser, Recr..95-51942 - 8141: Fletcher v. Judges for D.C. Court of Appeals.95-6January, 1942 - 8156: Hurwitz v. Hurwitz.95-7February 2, 1942 - 7829: St. Francis Hospital v. Helvering.95-8February 9, 1942 - 7817: U.S. ex rel. Denholm & MacKay Co. v. U.S. Board of Tax Appeals.95-9February 24, 1942 - 7812: Railroad Retirement Board v. Bates.95-10March16, 1942 - 7874: Hiscox v. Jackson.95-11March19, 1942 - Civil 10787: Osage Tribe of Indians v. Ickes.95-12April12, 1942 - 8071: U.S.A. v. Offult, et al.95-13May4, 1942 - 7882: Martin v. U.S.A..95-14May11, 1942 - 7904-08: Hancock v. Helvering.95-15May18, 1942 - 7997: Verkouteren v. Edwards.95-16June1, 1942 - 7876: U.S.A. v. Cox.95-17June1, 1942 - 8034: Robinson v. U.S.A. .95-18June8, 1942 - 8004: Jones v. Dunlap.95-19June15, 1942 - 7972: Doehler Metal Furniture Co. v. Warren.95-20June22, 1942 - 7046: Marvin's Credit v. Hall.96-1September7, 1942 - 7920: In re: Rosier.96-2October5, 1942 - 8090: Catoe v. U.S.A..96-3November2, 1942 - 7962: Miessner v. Hoschke.96-4November23, 1942 - 7890: Scharfeld v. Richardson.96-5November23, 1942 - 8062: Umhau v. Bazgura.96-6December7, 1942 - 8176: Sesso v. U.S.A..96-7December8, 1942 - 7944: Philadelphia Inquirer v. Coe.96-8December8, 1442 - 8384: Gersing v. Chafity.96-9January, 1943 - 8372: Consolidated Home Equipment Co. v. Crossland.96-10January 18, 1943 - 8076: Johnston v. Dental Board.96-11January 22, 1943 - 8253: First National Steamship Co. v. U.S. Shipping Board.96-12January 25, 1943 - 8190: Boss & Phelps v. D.C..96-13February 8, 1943 - 8023: Matthew v. Moncrief.96-14February 8, 1943 - 8293: Slaughter v. Madison.97-1February 15, 1943 - 8311: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen v. National Mediation Board.97-2February 15, 1943 - 8346: Switchman's Union v. National Mediation Board.97-3March8, 1943 - 8069-70: Campion & Stoneburner v. Brooks Transportation Co..97-4March9, 1943 - 8313-14: Watroas, Hosmer v. D.C. .97-5March23, 1943 - 8139: Great American Indemnity Co. v. Cardillo.97-6April, 1943 - 8391: Berg v. U.S.A..97-7April, 1943 - 8493: Shiflett v. U.S.A..97-8April12, 1943 - 8274: Pace v. D.C..97-9April26, 1943 - 8337: Ickes v. Ledbetter.97-10May, 1943 - 8411: Alexander v. U.S.A..97-11May19, 1943 - 8498: Brown v. Hecht Co..97-12May26, 1943 - 8501: Washington Gas Light Co. v. Byrnes.97-13May29, 1943 - 8325: Vietti v. Wayne, et al.97-14May29, 1948 - 8326: Robinson v. Wayne, et al.98-1Addresses A Reports delivered at the Third Judicial Circuit Conference.98-2Addresses & Speeches of Distinguished Jurists.98-3Administrative Law Bill, 1938-1939.98-4Appropriations for the Court.98-5Building - Proposed new building for the Federal Court in D.C..98-6Calendar for Court of Appeals - July 1, 1938 - June 30, 1943.98-7Calendar - October Term, 1939.98-8Calendar - October Term, 1942.98-9Cases - Opinions selected for annotation by Annotation and Law Review .98-10Committee on Admissions.98-11Committee on Supporting Personnel of the Courts.99-1Digest of certain recent opinions of the Court of Appeals for D.C. - November 1940 - April, 1941.99-2Dixon Oil & Gas Co..99-3Inventory of Government owned property in Justice Vinson's Chambers.99-4Judicial Conference - 1938 at Charlottesville and 1940 in Washington.99-5Judicial Conference - 1941.99-6Judicial Conference - 1942.99-7Judicial Conference - l943.99-8Legislation (Judiciary).99-9Memoranda - 0pinions - Cases in which Vinson participated A-C.99-10Memoranda - Opinions - Cases in which Vinson participated D-H.100-1Memoranda - Opinions - Cases in which Vinson participated J-P .100-2Memoranda - Opinions - Cases in which Vinson participated R-Z.100-3Miscellaneous (Folder 1).100-4Miscellaneous (Folder 2).100-5Opinion Correspondence.100-6Opinion - Mailing List.100-7Preliminary Report of Committee on Standardization Jury Instructions.100-8Printed Legal Material.101-1Report to the Judicial Conference of the Committee on Selection of Jurors - September, 1944.101-2Statistics.101-3Tabulation of all Cases in which Judge Vinson participated.101-4The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 1-9.101-5The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 10-19.101-6The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 20-29.101-7The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 30-39.101-8The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 40-46.101-9West Publishing Co..102-1Opinions of Judge Vinson - U.S. District Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. I - May 12, 1938 - December 31, 1940.102-2Opinions of Judge Vinson - U.S. District Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. II -, February, 1941 - April, 1943 103Opinions of the Whole Court; U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. I Index - July 1, 1942 - February 1, 1943 Opinions of the Whole Court; U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. II -, February 1, 1943 - March 15, 1943 U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals File (Section IX)Boxes 104-107 Vinson served from March of 1942 to May of 1943, by appointment of Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone, as Chief Judge of the Emergency Court of Appeals, which had been established under the Price Control Act of 1942 to hear cases involving the authority of the Office of Price Administration. In the first three boxes decisions of the court are arranged numerically according to the case. In the last box rules for the operation of the court, Judge Vinson's calendar, and miscellaneous material appear. 104-1No. 2: Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson.104-2No. 3: Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson.104-3No. 4: Buka Coal v. Henderson.104-4No. 5: Davies Warehouse Co. v. Henderson.104-5No. 6: Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson.104-6No. 7: Flett v. Henderson.104-7No. 8: Shapiro v. Henderson.104-8No. 9: Frank v. Henderson .104-9No. 10: Taylor v. Henderson.105-1No. 11: William Focke's Sons v. Henderson.105-2No. 12: Lincoln Savings Bank v. Henderson.105-3No. 13: Atlantic Stamping Co. v. Henderson.105-4No. 14: Chatles v. Henderson.105-5No. 15: Lakemore Co. v. Henderson.105-6No. 16: Flintkote Co. v. Henderson.105-7No. 17: Hillcrest Terrace Corp. v. Henderson.105-8No. 18: Berimore Co. v. Brown.105-9No. 19: Wilson & Bennett v. Brown.105-10No. 20: Spaeth v. Brown.105-11No. 21: U.S. Gypsum v. Brown.105-12No. 22: National Electrical Contractors Association v. Brown.106-1No. 23: U.S. Gypsum v. Brown.106-2No. 24: Harlen Metal Corp. v. Brown.106-3No. 25: Katz v. Brown.106-4No. 26: Arnwur & Co. v. Brown.106-5No. 27: Arnwur & Co. v. Brown.106-6No. 28: Arnwur & Co. v. Brown.106-7No. 29: U.S. Gypsum Co. v. Brown.106-8No. 30: Flintkote Co. v. Brown.106-9No. 31: Wilson & Co. Inc. v. Brown.106-10No. 32: Oswald and Hess Co. v. Brown.106-11No. 33: Madison Park Corp. v. Brown.106-12No. 34: West Seattle Land & Improvement Co. v. Brown.106-13No. 35: Chaplin, et al v. Brown.106-14No. 36: Cornelius Apartments v. Brown.106-15No. 37: Hubbart v. Brown.106-16No. 38: Johnson v. Brown.106-17No. 40: Whitter Investment Co. v. Brown.106-18No. 41: Northwood Apartments Inc. v. Brown.106-19No. 42: Cudaby Brothers v. Brown.106-20No. 43: Cudaby Brothers v. Brown.106-21No. 44: Cudaby Brothers v. Brown .106-22No. 45: Interwoven Stocking Co. v. Brown.106-23No. 46: Machen v. Brown.106-24No. 47: Philadelphia Coke Co. v. Brown.106-25No. 48: Armour & Co. v. Brown.107-1Calendar -, March 2, 1942 - April 8, 1943 107-2Designations of Judges.107-3Legislation.107-4Miscellaneous.107-5Personal.107-6Proposed Drafts on Rules of the Emergency Court of Appeals.107-7Rules for the Emergency Court of Appeals.107-8Suggested Rules for Emergency Court of Appeals.107-9Tenative Rules for the Emergency Court of Appeals Correspondence Relating to.Office of Economic Stabilization File (Section X)Boxes 108-111 The Office of Economic Stabilization fine consists of four boxes covering the period from May of 1942 to March of 1945. Vinson served as Economic Stabilizer from May of 1943 to March of 1945. Correspondence in the first two boxes is bound. In box 108 most of the correspondence is carbon copies of directives issued by Vinson concerning government price regulations and price support on food stuffs, coal and petroleum, and governmental services. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically from "Agricultural Commodities" to "Wood Pulp." In box 109 and 110 there are economic Stabilization documents such as press releases, wage and price agreements between management and labor, regulations, statutes, executive orders and Bureau of Labor statistics. 108Notebook - Office of Economic Stabilization - Directives 1942-1945.109Notebook - Office of Economic Stabilization - Documents Vol. 1. - Agricultural Labor to Farm Products - May, 1942 To May, 1945..109Notebook - Office of Economic Stabilization - Documents Vol. 2 - Fishermen's (Atlantic) Unions to Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad Company May, 1942 to May, 1945.110-1Office of Economic Stabilization - Directives 1942-1944..110-2Office of Economic Stabilization - Executive Orders - 1942-1944.110-3Office of Economic Stabilization - Bureau of Labor Statistics - Cost of Living Index and Related Correspondence - 1942-1945.110-4Office of Economic Stabilization - Opinions - l942-1944.110-5Office of Economic Stabilization - Press Releases 1942-1945.110-6Office of Economic Stabilization - Regulations 1942-1943.110-7Office of Economic Stabilization - Reports - 1943-1944.110-8Office of Economic Stabilization - Statutes - 1942.110-9Office of Economic Stabilization - Taxes - 1943.111Office of Economic Stabilization - Tax Program Proposal 1943..Bretton Woods Conference File (Section XI)Boxes 112-117 The Bretton Woods Conference File consists of six boxes covering the years 1944 and 1945. Vinson served as Vice Chairman of the U.S. delegation at the conference which convened at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, July 1 through July 22, 1944. In the first box correspondence is arranged chronologically. Most of the correspondence is concerning conference negotiations and Congressional reaction to the conference. In boxes 113-115 official conference documents are arranged in ascending order. In the last two boxes there are bound volumes of the minutes of the conference. 112-1January - June, 1944.112-2July1, 1944 - Loose Material.112-3July1, 1944 - July 16, 1944.112-4July17 - December, 1944.112-5January - April, 1945.112-6Articles I - IV.112-7Articles V - X.112-8J.S. Articles I-IV.112-9J.S. Articles V-XIV.113-1Official Documents No. 11-32..113-2Official Documents No. 34-65.113-3Official Documents No. 101-153.113-4Official Documents No. 163-199.113-5Official Documents No. 200-239.113-6Official Documents No. 240-249.113-7Official Documents No. 250-299.114-1Official Documents No. 300-329.114-2Official Documents No. 330-399.114-3Official Documents No. 400-419.114-4Official Documents No. 420-449.114-5Official Documents No. 450-485.115-1Official Documents No. 492.115-2Official Documents No. 495-497.115-3Official Documents No. 502-529.115-4Questions and answers on the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for Reconstruction and Development - June 10, 1944..115-5Assorted Documents .116Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commission 1, Part 1, Meetings of the Full Commission .116Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commission 1, Part 2, Committee 1 and 2.116Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commission 1, Part 3, Committee 3 and 4.117Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commissions 2 and 3.Federal Loan Administrator File (Section XII)Boxes 118-119 The Federal Loan Administrator File consists of two boxes for the year 1945. Vinson served briefly (March 1945) as the Administrator. Correspondence in box 118 is bound and consists solely of carbon copies of letters written by Vinson. The copies are arranged alphabetically according to the correspondent. Material in the correspondence covers personal matters, patronage appointments, and official F.L.A. business. In box 119 Reconstruction Finance corporation regulations are listed. 118Federal Loan Administrator - Correspondence -, March 7, 1945 to April 7, 1915 119-1Federal Loan Administrator - General - General Correspondence.119-2Federal Loan Administrator - General - RFC Act as Amended.119-3Federal Loan Administrator - General - RFC Activities - Agency Division - Legal Division , March, 1945 119-4Federal Loan Administrator - Personnel Division Statistical and Economic Division -, March, 1945 119-5Federal Loan Administrator - Examining Division , March, 1945 Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion File (Section XIII)Boxes 120-121 The Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion File consists of two boxes for the year 1945. Vinson served as War Mobilization Director from April to July of 1945. Correspondence in box 120 is bound and composed solely of carbon copies of letters and memoranda written by Vinson and his assistants. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically according to the correspondent and covers only official War Mobilization and Reconversion business. 120Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion Correspondence - April 4, 1945 to July 22, 1945.121Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion - Permanent Foundation Insurance Plan - July, 1945.Secretary of the Treasury File (Section XIV)Boxes 122-173 The Secretary of the Treasury File includes fifty-two boxes of material. In boxes 122 to 150 there are official Treasury Department records which are arranged in alphabetical order by subject and chronologically therein. In the remaining boxes there are bound volumes of Vinsons correspondence (only carbon copies of his replies), Treasury Department press releases, National Advisory Council documents, U.S.-U.K. economic negotiations documents, and the correspondence of Paul Kelley, Vinson's administrative assistant. All are arranged in alphabetical order. During Vinson's tenure as Secretary from July 23, 1945 to June 23, 1946, the United States was in the process of transition from a wartime to a peacetime economy. The records from that time deal with full-employment legislation, wage-price control, tax legislation, internal revenue, and other domestic economic questions. The weekly mail reports section provides an interesting insight into public opinion on both domestic and foreign questions. Those sections of the file dealing with U.S. foreign economic activities are of great value. Not only is the International Monetary Fund well documented (due to Vinsons participation in the Bretton Woods and Savannah Conferences), but there is much information on domestic economic and political conditions of countries such as Great Britain and France who applied for U.S. foreign aid immediately after the war. For further Treasury Department information consult Vinsons index card files for 1945 and 1946. These files, which are divided into congressional and official correspondence, contain index cards with a brief statement on the content of most letters sent and received by Vinson. 122-1Administrative Appropriations - 1945.122-2Administrative Committee Membership of the Secretary of the Treasury - 1945-1946.122-3Administrative Correspondence - 1945.122-4Administrative General - 1945.122-5Administrative General - 1946.122-6Administrative Space - 1945 .122-7Administrative Space - 1946.122-8Administrative Work Week - 1945.122-9Appropriations - General - l945.122-10Appropriations - General - 1946.122-11Belgium - General - 1945.122-12Belgium - Loan - 1946.122-13Bills - Employment Offices - 1945.122-14Bills - Full Employment -, January-September, 1945 122-15Bills - Full Employment - October-December, 1945.122-16Bills - Miscellaneous - 1945.122-17Bills - Reorganization Bill - 1945.122-18Bills - Tax Exemption of Civil Service Retirements l945.123-1Bretton Woods - Bank for Internationa1 Settlement 1946.123-2Bretton Woods - Conference - 1946.123-3Bretton Woods - Copy of Arts and Articles of Agreement - 1945.123-4Bretton Woods - General - 1945.123-5Bretton Woods - General - 1946.123-6Bretton Woods - Passage by other Countries - 1945.123-7Bretton Woods - Passage by other Countries - 1946.123-8Budget - Byrd-Butler Resolution - 1946.123-9Budget - Coast Guard - 1946.123-10Budget - General - 1945.123-11Budget - General - 1946.123-12Budget - National Advisory Council - 1946.123-13Budget - Presidential Budget Message - 1946.123-14Budget - Treasury Appropriation - 1946.123-15Budget - Treasury Statement by Mr. Paul Kelley before House Appropriations Committee.123-16Budget - War Finance - 1945.123-17Canada - General - 1946.123-18Censorship - General - Letters and Memos - 1945.123-19Chile - Trade Agreements - 1946.123-20China - Credit and Gold for China - 1945.123-21China - Credit and Gold for China - l946.123-22China - General - 1945.123-23China - General - 1946.124-1Coast Guard - Commandant - 1945.124-2Coast Guard - Commandant - 1946.124-3Coast Guard - General - 1945.124-4Coast Guard - General - 1946.124-5Coast Guard - Legislation - 1945.124-6Coast Guard - Transfer - 1945.124-7Comptroller of Currency - Morris Plan Bank.124-8Comptroller General - Decisions - 1946.124-9Confidential - Memoranda - 1945-1946.124-10Congress - Appropriations - 1946.124-11Congress - Bank Holding Act of 1945-1946.124-12Congress - Bonding Bill for Federal Employees - 1946.124-13Congress - Bretton Woods Agreements Acts - 1946.124-14Congress - Case Bill - 1946.124-15Congress - Coast Guard Bill - 1946.124-16Congress - Congressional Record Digests - 1945.124-17Congress - Congressional Record Digests - 1946.125-1Congress - Congressional Record Material - 1946.125-2Congress - Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946 - 1946.125-3Congress - Full Employment Bill - 1946.125-4Congress - House Committee on Small Business - 1945.125-5Congress - House Committee on Small Business - 1946.125-6Congress - How to Streamline Congress - 1945.125-7Congress - Interim Tax Bill for 1945-1946.125-8Congress - International Monetary Fund and Bank Deposit - 1946.125-9Congress - Minimum Wage Bill of 1945-1946.125-10Congress - National Advisory Council Document - 1946.125-11Congress - National Defense Program - 1946.125-12Congress - National Emergency Housing Bill - 1946.125-13Congress - National Health Act - 1945.125-14Congress - Second Deficiency Bill - 1946.125-15Coordinator's Office - General - 1946.125-16Customs - Budget, Salaries, etc. - 1945.125-17Customs - Depositories - 1945.125-18Customs - General - 1945.125-19Customs - General - 1946.125-20Customs - Liquor - 1945.125-21Customs - Narcotics - 1945.125-22Customs - Narcotics - 1946.125-23Customs - Port of Entry, 1945.125-24Czechoslovakia - Loan - 1946.125-25Doughton - Speech of Congressman - 1946.125-26Enforcement - Coordinator - 1945.125-27Enforcement - General- 1945.125-28Enforcement - OPA - 1946.126-1Exchange Stabilization Board - Economic Stabilization Board - General - 1945.126-2Exchange Stabilization Board - General - 1946.126-3Exchange Stabilization Board - Meetings - 1946.126-4Exchange Stabilization Fund - Balance Sheets - 1945.126-5Exchange Stabilization Fund - Balance Sheets - 1946.126-6Exchange Stabilization Fund - General 1946.126-7Export-Import Bank - Bill - 1946.126-8Export-Import Bank - General - 1945.126-9Export-Import Bank - General - 1946.126-10Federal Reserve - Dollar Payments and Receipts to Foreign Accounts - 1945.126-11Federal Reserve - Dollar Payments and Receipts to Foreign Accounts - 1946.126-12Federal Reserve - General - 1945.126-13Federal Reserve - General - 1946.126-14Federal Reserve - Interest Rates and Public Debt 1944-1945.126-15Federal Stabilization Board - General - 1945.127-1Financing - General - 1945.127-2Financing - Government Security Market - Haas Memos - 1945.127-3Financing - Refundings - 1945.127-4Financing - Seventh War Loan - 1945.127-5Financing - Victory Loan Correspondence - 1945.127-6Financing - War Finance - 1945.127-7Finland - General - 1945-1946.127-8Fiscal - A.B.A. Committee on Treasury War Borrowing - 1946.127-9Fiscal - April Financing - 1946.127-10Fiscal - Bank Earnings - 1946.127-11Fiscal - Branch Banks - 1945.127-12Fiscal - Branch Banks - 1946.127-13Fiscal - Commercial National Bank of Shreveport 1945.127-14Fiscal - Commodity Credit Corporation - 1946.127-15Fiscal - Currency and Exchange Rates Abroad - 1945.127-16Fiscal - Currency and Exchange Rates Abroad - 1946.127-17Fiscal - Daily Working Balance Statements - 1945.127-18Fiscal - Daily Working Balance Statements - 1946.127-19Fiscal - Estimated Expenditures - 1946.127-20Fiscal - Financing - 1946.127-21Fiscal - General - 1945.127-22Fiscal - General - 1946.127-23Fiscal - Giannini - 1946.128-1Fiscal - Giannini - Branch Bank - 1945.128-2Fiscal - Interest Rates and Public Debt - 1946.128-3Fiscal - June Financing - 1946.128-4Fiscal - Life Insurance Company - 1946.128-5Fiscal - Liquidation of Agencies - 1945.128-6Fiscal - Long Term Bond Market - 1946.128-7Fiscal -, March Financing - 1946 128-8Fiscal - Marketable Securities.128-9Fiscal - Markets after Elimination of Preferential Discount Rate - 1946.128-10Fiscal - May Financing and Estimates - 1946.128-11Fiscal - Preferential Discount Rate - 1946.128-12Fiscal - Public Debt - 1945.128-13Fiscal - Public Debt - 1946.128-14Fiscal - Public Debt Limit - 1946.128-15Fiscal - Receipts and Expenditures - 1946.128-16Fiscal - Redemptions - 1946.128-17Fiscal - Refundings - 1946.128-18Fiscal - Savings Bonds - 1946.128-19Fiscal - Savings Bonds Redemptions - 1946.128-20Fiscal - Stabilization Fund - 1945.128-21Fiscal - Treasury Balance - Outlook - 1946.128-22Fiscal - Unemployed Trust Fund - 1946.128-23Fiscal - U.S. Government Life Insurance Fund 1946.128-24Fiscal - Veterans Payments - 1945.128-25Fiscal - Victory Loan Drive - 1946.129-1Foreign Funds Control - American Bosch, Enskilda Bank and Wallenburgs - 1945.129-2Foreign Funds Control - American Bosch, Enskilda Bank and Wallenburgs - 1946.129-3Foreign Funds Control - Belgium - 1945.129-4Foreign Funds Control - Census of Foreign Owned Property - 1945.129-5Foreign Funds Control General - 1945.129-6Foreign Funds Control General - 1946.129-7Foreign Funds Control - General Licenses - 1945.129-8Foreign Funds Control - General Licenses - 1946.129-9Foreign Funds Control - Germany - 1945.129-10Foreign Funds Control - Importation of Currency 1945.129-11Foreign Funds Control - Liquidation - 1946.129-12Foreign Funds Control - Philippines - 1945.129-13Foreign Funds Control - Poland - 1945.129-14Foreign Funds Control - Proclaimed List - 1946.129-15Foreign Funds Control - Safehaven Program - 1946.129-16Foreign Funds Control - Trade with the Enemy - 1946.129-17France - Agreements - 1946.129-18France - Financial Requirements - 1946.129-19France - General - 1946.129-20France - Loan - 1945.129-21France - Meetings -, January-February, 1946 129-22France - Meetings -, March, 1946 129-23France - Meetings - April-June, 1946.129-24France - Program for Soldiers - 1945.129-25France - War Settlements Items - 1946.130-1General Counsel - Rulings - 1945.130-2Germany - Berlin Protocol on Reparations - 1945.130-3Germany - Directive on Austria - 1945.130-4Germany - Displaced Persons - 1945.130-5Germany - General - 1945.130-6Germany - General - 1946.130-7Germany - Group Control Council - 1945.130-8Germany - Safehaven Program - 1945.130-9Germany - Technical Industrial Disarmament Committee Reports - 1945.130-10Germany - Technical Industrial Disarmament Committee Reports - 1946.130-11Gold - Captured Gold - 1945.130-12Greece - Aid from Britain - 1946.130-13Greece - General - 1945.130-14Housing - General - 1945.130-15Housing - General - 1946.130-16Internal Revenue - Black Market - 1945.130-17Internal Revenue - Black Market - 1946.130-18Internal Revenue - Enforcement - 1946.130-19Internal Revenue - Legal Relationship to Secretary of Treasury - 1945.130-20Internal Revenue - Recruitment Drive - General- 1945.130-21Internal Revenue - Recruitment Drive - Progress Reports - 1945.130-22Internal Revenue - Recruitment Drive - Progress Reports - 1946.131-1Internal Revenue - Recruitment of Personnel Correspondence - 1945.131-2Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports - August, 1945.131-3Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports - September, 1945.131-4Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports - October, 1945.131-5Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports - November, 1945.131-6Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports - December, 1945.131-7Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports -, January, 1946 132-1Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports -, February-March, 1946 132-2Internal Revenue - Tax Drive Reports - April-June, 1946.132-3International Monetary Fund and Bank - Applications - 1946.132-4International Monetary Fund and Bank - Conference 1946.132-5International Monetary Fund and Bank - Executive Directors Meetings - 1946.132-6International Monetary Fund and Bank - General 1946.132-7International Monetary Fund and Bank - Oath of Office as Governor - 1946.132-8International Monetary Fund and Bank - Organization - 1946.132-9International Monetary Fund and Bank - Reception 1946.132-10International Monetary Fund and Bank - Reports 1946.132-11International Monetary Fund and Bank - Site (Bank) 1946.132-12International Monetary Fund and Bank - Site for Congress - 1946.132-13International Monetary Fund and Bank - Space - 1946.132-14International Monetary Fund and Bank - Documents General Documents - 1946.133-1International Monetary Fund and Bank Documents Savannah Inaugural Meeting - 1946.133-2International Monetary Fund and Bank Documents Secretary's Book of the Savannah Conference - 1946.133-3International Monetary Fund and Bank Documents Suggested list of matters requiring the attention of the Executive Directors - 1946.133-4International Monetary Fund and Bank Documents World Fund and Bank Journal - 1946.133-5International Trade Organization - General - 1945.133-6Italy - Financial Payments and Troop Pay - 1946.133-7Japan - General - 1945.133-8Japan - Occupation Directives - 1945.133-9Japan - Protocol on Reparations - 1946.133-10Japan - Reparations Mission - 1945.133-11Japan - Yen Conversion Rate - 1945.133-12Joint Distribution Committee - 1946.134-1Joint Intelligence Committee Weekly Summary - July-August, 1945.134-2Joint Intelligence Committee Weekly Summary September, 1945.134-3Joint Intelligence Committee Weekly Summary October, 1945.134-4Labor Department Organization Chart - 1946.134-5Legislation - Full Employment - 1945.134-6Lend-Lease - General - 1945 .134-7Lend-Lease - Silver - 1945.134-8Lend-Lease - Termination - l945.134-9Library of Congress - Trust Fund Board - 1946.134-10Mint - General 1945-1946.134-11Mint - Medals for King and Marshall - 1946.134-12Mint - Roosevelt Dimes - 1946.134-13Mint - Saudi-Arabia - 1946.134-14Monetary Research - General - 1946.135-1National Advisory Council - 1945.135-2National Advisory Council - Aid to Italy - 1946.135-3National Advisory Council - General - 1946.135-4National Advisory Council - Italian Troop Pay - 1946.135-5National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee on French Financial Negotiations - May 24, 1946.135-6National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 7 -, January 8, 1946 135-7National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 8 -, January 15, 1946 135-8National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 9 -, January 22, 1946 135-9National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 10 -, January 29, 1946 135-10National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 11 -, February 7, 1046 135-11National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 12 - , February 13, 1946 135-12National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 13 - , February 21, 1946 136-1National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 14 - , February 27, 1946 136-2National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 15 - , March 4, 1946 136-3National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 16 -, March 20, 1946 136-4National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 18 -, March 27, 1946 136-5National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 19 - April 2, 1946.136-6National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 20 - April 9, 1946.136-7National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 21 - April 19, 1946.136-8National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 23 - May 2, 1946.136-9National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 24 - May 6, 1946.136-10National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 25 - May 7, 1946.136-11National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 26 - May 9, 1946.136-12National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 27 - May 14, 1946.136-13National Advisory Council - U.S. Top Committee Meeting No. 23 - May 17, 1946.137-1Netherlands - Financial Requirements - 1946.137-2Netherlands - Loan - 1945.137-30ffice of War Mobilization and Reconversion General - 1945.137-40ffice of War Mobilization and Reconversion General - 1946.137-5Palestine - Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry 1945-1946.137-6Palestine - Jewish Problem - 1946.137-7Palestine - Meetings - 1946.137-8Pearl Harbor - Folder 1 - 1945.137-9Pearl Harbor - Folder 2 - 1945.137-10Personnel - Applications, Endorsements, etc. - July-September, 1945.137-11Personnel - Applications, Endorsements, etc. October-December 1945.138-1Personnel - Applications, Endorsements, etc. - 1946.138-2Personnel - Appointments, Political - 1945.138-3Personnel - Appointments, Political - 1946.138-4Personnel - Experts Abroad - 1946.138-5Personnel - Edward A. FoIey - 1946.138-6Personnel - Max Gardner - 1946 .138-7Personnel - General Correspondence - 1945.138-8Personnel - General Correspondence - 1946.138-9Personnel - Political Appointments in the Treasury.138-10Personnel - Reports on Political Vacancies - 1945.138-11Personnel - Reports on Political Vacancies - 1946.138-12Personnel - Resignations - 1945-1946.138-13Personnel - Tax Court, Appointments - 1945-1946.138-14Personnel - Tax Court, Appointments - 1946.139-1Philippines - Creditor-Debtor Bill - 1946.139-2Philippines - Loans - 1946.139-3Poland - 1945.139-4Politics File - Confidential - 1945-1946.139-5Procurement - General - 1945.139-6Procurement - Lend-Lease Reports - 1945.139-7Procurement - Surplus Property - 1945-1946.139-8President - Agendas for Cabinet Meetings - 1945.139-9President - Budget Message - 1946.139-10President - Correspondence with the President - 1945.139-11President - Correspondence with the President - 1946.139-12President - Message to Congress - 1946.140-1President - Press Conference - 1946.140-2President - Press Conferences - Shaeffer's Memos 1945.140-3President - Radio Address - 1946 .140-4President - Recommendations for Political Appointments - 1945-1946.140-5President - State of the Union Message - 1946.140-6Public Relations - General - 1945 .140-7Public Relations - General - 1946.140-8Public Relations - Press Conference Records - 1945.140-9Public Relations - Press Conference Records - 1946.140-10Public Relations - Reorganization - 1946.140-11Public Relations - Suggestions for Press Conferences - 1945.140-12Reconstruction Finance Corporation - 1946.140-13Reorganization - 1946.140-14Reports - Annual - 1945-1946.140-15Reports - Bureau and Division - Acken - 1946.141-1Reports - Bureau and Division - Bartlet - 1945.141-2Reports - Bureau and Division - Bartlet - 1946.141-3Reports - Bureau and Division - Blouph - 1945-1946.141-4Reports - Bureau and Division - Coe - 1945-1946.141-5Reports - Bureau and Division - Doyle - 1946.141-6Reports - Bureau and Division - Engraving and Printing - 1946.141-7Reports - Bureau and Division - Foley - 1946.141-8Reports - Bureau and Division - Gaston - l945.141-9Reports - Bureau and Division - Haas - 1946.141-10Reports - Bureau and Division - Hass - Business Memos - 1945.141-11Reports - Bureau and Division - Hass - Business Memos - 1946.141-12Reports - Bureau and Division - Irey - 1946.141-13Reports - Bureau and Division - Luxford - 1945-1946.141-14Reports - Bureau and Division - O'Connell - 1945-1946.142-1Reports - Bureau and Division - Pehle - 1946.142-2Reports - Bureau and Division - Schmidt - 1945-1946.142-3Reports - Mail - Miscellaneous - 1945.142-4Reports - Mail Reports -, March-August, 1945 142-5Reports - Mail Reports - September-October, 1945.142-6Reports - Mail Reports - November-December, 1945.143-1Reports - Mail Reports -, January-March, 1946 143-2Reports - Mail Reports - April-June, 1946.143-3Reports - Newsletters (Shaeffer Memos) - 1946.143-4Reports - War Refugee Board Report - 1946.143-5Russia - General - 1945.143-6Russia - Loan Negotiations - 1946.143-7Russia - Reports on Soviet Aid Program - 1945.143-8Savings Bonds - 1946.143-9Secret Service - Counterfeiting - 1945.143-10Secret Service - General - 1945.143-11Secret Service - Presidential Protection - 1945.143-12Silver - 1945-1946.143-13Switzerland - Financial Arrangements - 1946.143-14Taxes - American Banker's Association Proposal 1946.143-15Taxes - Building Industry - 1946.143-16Taxes Carry-backs to Strikers - 1946.144-1Taxes - Estimates - 1946.144-2Taxes - General - 1945.144-3Taxes - General - 1946.144-4Taxes - General - 1945-1946.144-5Taxes - Interim Tax Bill - 1945.144-6Taxes - Legislation - 1945-1946.144-7Taxes - Manual of Treasury Tax Problems - 1945-1946.145-1Taxes - New Tax Bill - 1945.145-2Taxes - Postwar Taxation.145-3Taxes - Railroad Retirement - 1945.145-4Taxes - Refunds - 1945.145-5Taxes - Retirement and Old Age Benefits - 1945.145-6Taxes - Section 722 - 1945.145-7Taxes - Section 722 - 1946.145-8Taxes - Social Security - 1945-1946.145-9Taxes - Tax Cases - 1945-1945.145-10Taxes - Tax Cases - F.D. Roosevelt - 1946.145-11Taxes - Tax Cases - Roosevelt - Hartford case - 1945.145-12Taxes - Tax Cases - Tax Exemption - 1946.145-13Taxes - Tax Law - 1946.145-14Telephone Calls - July 23-July 31, 1945.145-15Telephone Calls - August 1-August 7, 1945.145-16Telephone Calls - August 8-August 14, 1945.145-17Telephone Calls - August 15-Augnzst 21, 1945.145-18Telephone Calls - August 22-August 31, 1945.145-19Telephone Calls - September 1-September 7, 1945.145-20Telephone Calls - September 8-Sentember 14, 1945.145-21Telephone Calls - September 15-September 21, 1945.145-22Telephone Calls - September 22-September 30, 1945.146-1Telephone Calls - October 1-October 6, 1945.146-2Telephone Calls - October 8-October 13, 1945.146-3Telephone Calls - October 15-October 20, 1945.146-4Telephone Calls - October 22-October 31, 1945.146-5Telephone Calls - November 1-November 7, 1945.146-6Telephone Calls - November 8-November 14, 1945.146-7Telephone Calls - November 15-November 21, 1945.146-8Telephone Calls - November 23-Kovember 30, 1945.146-9Telephone Calls - December 1-December 7, 1945.146-10Telephone Calls - December 8-December 14, 1945.146-11Telephone Calls - December 15-December 21, l945.146-12Telephone Calls - December 22-December 31, 1945.146-13Telephone Calls -, January 1-January 7, 1946 146-14Telephone Calls -, January 8-January 14, 1946 146-15Telephone Calls -, January 15-January 21, 1946 146-16Telephone Calls -, January 22-January 31, 1946 147-1Telephone Calls -, February 1-February 7, 1946 147-2Telephone Calls -, February 8-February 14, l946 147-3Telephone Calls -, February 15-February 21, 1946 147-4Telephone Calls -, February 22-February 28, 1946 147-5Telephone Calls -, March 1-March 7, 1946 147-6Telephone Calls -, March 8-March 21, 1946 147-7Telephone Calls -, March 15-March 21, 1946 147-8Telephone Calls -, March 22-March 31, 1946 147-9Telephone Calls - April 1-Apri1 7, 1946.147-10Telephone Calls - April 9-April 14, 1946.147-11Telephone Calls - April 15-April 21, 1946.147-12Telephone Calls - April 22-Anril 30, 1946.147-13Telephone Calls - May 1-May 7, 1946.147-14Telephone Calls - May 8-May 14, 1946.147-15Telephone Calls - May 15-May 21, 1946.147-16Telephone Calls - May 22-May 31, 1946.147-17Telephone Calls - June 1-June 7, 1946.147-18Telephone Calls - June 8-June 14, 1946.147-19Telephone Calls - June 15-June 20, 1946.148-1Trade - International Trade Negotiations - 1946.148-2Transportation - 1946.148-3Treasury Department - Bureaus -- Accounts, Bureau of Fiscal Service - 1946.148-4Treasury Department - Bureaus - General Counsel Procurement Division - 1946.148-5Treasury Department - Bureaus - Research & Statistics - Tax Research - 1946.148-6United Kingdom - British Air Commission Statistics.148-7United Kingdom - General - 1946.148-8United Kingdom - Gold and Dollar Holdings - 1945.148-9United Kingdom - Lend-Lease - 1946.148-10United Kingdom - Loan - August-October, 1945.148-11United Kingdom - Loan - November, 1945.149-1United Kingdom - Loan - December, 1945.149-2United Kingdom - Loan -, January-March, 1946 149-3United Kingdom - Loan - April-May,1946.149-4United Kingdom - Reparations - 1946.149-5United Kingdom - Trade and Loan Progress - 1945.149-6United Kingdom - U.S. Commercial Company - General 1945.149-7United Nations - Organization - 1946.149-8United Nations - Security Council - 1946.149-9Wage and Prices - 1945.149-10Wage and Prices - 1946.149-11War Finance - 1945-1946.149-12Whaley-Faton - General - 1945.150-1Work - Paul Kelley - Civil Service Act and Rules 1.150-2Work - Paul Kelley - Civil Service Act and Rules 2.150-3Work - Paul Kelley - Civil Service Act and Rule 3.150-4Work - Paul Kelley - Federal Personnel Manual 1.150-5Work - Paul Kelley - Federal Personnel Manual 2.150-6Work - Paul Kelley - Federal Personnel Manual 3.150-7Work - Paul Kelley - Personal.151National Advisory Council Official Documents on International Monetary and Financial Problems - Documents 1-75.152National Advisory Council Official Documents on International Monetary and Financial Problems - Documents 76-148.153National Advisory Council Official Documents on International Monetary and Financial Problems - U.S. Top Committee - French Financial Negotiations; N.A.C. Technical Committee; N.A.C. Technical Committee Minutes.154National Advisory Council Official Staff Documents on International Monetary and Financial Problems - Documents 1-60.155National Advisory Council Official Staff Documents on International Monetary and Financial Problems - Documents 61-89.156National Advisory Council Official Minutes on International Monetary and Financial Problems - Documents 1-31, National Advisory Council Official Minutes of Meetings on International Monetary and Financial Problems - Documents 1-26.157The Secretary of the Treasury Correspondence - Fred M. Vinson - Vol. 1 - A-E - July 23, 1945 to June 23, 1946.158The Secretary of the Treasury Correspondence - Fred M. Vinson - Vol. 2 - F-M - July 23, 1945 to June 23, 1946.159The Secretary of the Treasury Correspondence - Fred M. Vinson - Vol. 3 - Mc-R - July 23, 1945 to June 23, 1946.160The Secretary of the Treasury Correspondence - Fred M. Vinson - Vol. 4 - S-Z - July 23, 1945 to June 23, 1946.161Treasury Department Correspondence - Paul Kelley - Vol. 1 - May 14, 1945 to November 30, 1945.161Treasury Department Correspondence - Paul Kelley - Vol. 2 - December 1, 1945 to December 29, 1945.162Treasury Department Correspondence - Paul Kelley - Vol. 3 , January 2, 1946 to March 29, 1946 163 Treasury Department Correspondence - Paul Kelley - Vol. 4 April 1, 1946 to July 26, 1946.164Treasury Department - Press Releases - July 23, 1945 to October 12, 1945.164Treasury Department - Press Releases - October 15, 1945 to January 11, 1946.165Treasury Department - Press Releases -, January 15, 1946 to April 13, 1946 165Treasury Department - Press Releases - April 15, 1946 to June 16, 1946.166U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Commercial Policy.167U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Financial Matters Book 1.168U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Financial Matters - Book 2.169U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Financial Matters - Book 3.170U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Lend-Lease and Surplus Committees - Book 1.171U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Lend-Lease and Surplus Committees - Book 2.172U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations -Press Comments.173U.S. - U.K. - Economic Negotiations - Top Committee Matters.Index Card File (Section XV), 1924-1928, 1945-1946Boxes 174-201A The Index Card File consists of twenty-eight boxes of index cards. Except for box 174 which is concerned with Pension matters from 1924 to 1928, the cards in these boxes deal with Vinson's tenure as secretary of the Treasury. On the cards there is a short summary of most correspondence. The file is divided into several sections: Appointments, Congressional, Official, Personal, Reading Copy, Telephone Calls. The boxes are arranged in alphabetical order and chronologically within that order. Due to the fragile quality of the paper found in these cards, the use of the original cards has been restricted. However, all cards have been reformatted to microfilm exactly as they are filed in the twenty-eight boxes and a copy is available for public use. 174Pension Requests and Special Acts by Counties 1924-1928.175Secretary Vinson - Appointments 1945 A-Z.176Secretary Vinson - Appointments 1946 A-Z.177Secretary Vinson - Charge Out File for Personal and Official Files l945-1946 A-Z.178Secretary Vinson - Congressional 1945-1946 A-Z.179Secretary Vinson - Official 1945 A-F.18OSecretary Vinson - Official 1945 G-R.181Secretary Vinson - Official 1945 S-Z.182Secretary Vinson - Official 1946 A-F.183Secretary Vinson - Official 1946 G-Q.184Secretary Vinson - Official 1946 R-Z.185Secretary Vinson - Personal 1945 A-D.186Secretary Vinson - Personal 1945 E-L.187Secretary Vinson - Personal 1945 M-S.188Secretary Vinson - Personal 1945 T-Z.189Secretary Vinson - Personal 1946 A-F.190Secretary Vinson - Personal 1946 G-M.191Secretary Vinson - Personal 1946 N-S.192Secretary Vinson - Personal 1946 T-Z.193Secretary Vinson - Reading Copy 1945 A-Z.194Secretary Vinson - Reading Copy 1946 A-Q.195Secretary Vinson - Reading Copy 1946 R-Z.196Secretary Vinson - Telephone Calls 1945 A-He.197Secretary Vinson - Telephone Calls 1945 Hi-Sp.198Secretary Vinson - Telephone Calls 1945 St-Z.199Secretary Vinson - Telephone Calls 1946 A-Ge.200Secretary Vinson - Telephone Calls 1946 Gi-O.201Secretary Vinson - Telephone Calls 1946 P-Z.201AMicrofilm of Index Cards.Supreme Court General Correspondence File (Section XVI A), 1946-1953Boxes 202-303 The Supreme Court File contains the following subdivisions: Supreme Court General Correspondence 1946-1953 (Boxes 202-214) The Supreme Court General Correspondence File is composed of thirteen boxes covering the period 1946 to 1953. Most of the correspondence deals with the issues and decisions before the Supreme Court. It reflects the varied and unusual comments of the public. The judicial policy of the court was to refrain from replying to this type of mail. The file is organized chronologically into three sections: 1946-1947, 1948-1950, 1951-1953. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically within the chronological divisions. Supreme Court Subject File 1946-1953 (Boxes 215-226) Material in these twelve boxes covers the years 1946 to 1953. Subjects such as proposed rule changes for the Supreme Court, correspondence between the Chief Justice and Associate Justices, applications for Law Clerks, papers of the Marshall's Office, and proceedings of the National Gallery of Art and Smithsonian Institution of which Justice Vinson was a trustee appear in this file. All material is arranged alphabetically by topic and then chronologically within the topic. Chief Justice and Associate Justice's Opinions 1946-1953 (Boxes 227-298) The Supreme Court Opinions Section consists of box numbers 227-298. From boxes 227 through 290 opinions of the Chief Justice and associate Justices are arranged by year and alphabetically by case file within the year. In boxes 291 through 297 there are printed copies arranged in numerical order of the court's opinions from 1946 to 1952. In box 298 there is a bound volume of the Supreme Court Opinions Record, 1951-1953. Chief Justice Log 1949-1953 (Box 299) Box 299 contains a log of the Chief Justice's daily activities from January 1949 to September 1953. Miscellaneous 1948-1953 (Boxes 300-303) This section contains material relating to the Judicial conference of 1948. The material is arranged by agenda number. Miscellaneous papers dealing with the Conference are contained in box 303. 202-11946-1947 A .202-21946-1947 Ba.202-31946-1947 Be-Bi.202-41946-1947 Bl.202-51946-1947 Bo-Br.202-61946-1947 Bu.202-71946-1947 Ca-Ch.202-81946-1947 Ci-Co.202-91946-1947 Cr-Cu.202-101946-1947 Da-Di.202-111946-1947 Do-Du.202-121946-1947 E.203-11946-1947 Fa-Fi.203-21946-1947 Fl-Fr.203-31946 Willie Francis Case.203-41946-1947 Ga-Gi.203-51946-1947 GO-Gu.203-61946-1947 Ha-He.203-71946-1947 Hi-Hu.203-81946 Hot Springs, Arkansas Student Requests.203-91946-1947 I-J.203-101946-1947 Ka-Kn.203-111946-1947 Ko-Ku.203-121946-1947 La.203-131946-1947 Le-Lu.204-11946-1947 Mc.204-2McCollum A-J.204-3McCollum K-W.204-41946-1947 Ma-Me.204-51946-1947 Mi-My.204-61946-1947 N.204-71946-1947 O.204-81946-1947 Pa-Pe.204-91946-1947 Ph-Pu.204-101946 Portal Pay.204-111946-1947 Q.204-121946-1947 Ra-Rh.204-131946-l947 Ri-Ru.205-1Restricted Covenant Cases.205-21946-1947 Sa-Sc.205-31946-1947 Se-So.205-41946-1947 St-Sy.205-51946-1947 Ta.205-61946-1947 Te-Tu.205-71946-1947 U-V.205-81946-1947 Wa-We.205-91946-1947 Wh-WY.205-101946-1947 Y,Y,Z.206-11948-1950 Aa-Al.206-21948-1950 Am-AY.206-31948-1950 Ba-Be.206-41948-1950 Bi-Bo.206-51948-1950 Br.206-61948-1950 Bu.206-71948-1950 Ca-Ce.206-81948-1950 Ch-Ci.207-11948-1950 Cl-Co.207-21948-1950 Cr-Cu.207-31948-1950 Da-De.207-41948-1950 Di-Do.207-51948-1950 Dr-DY.207-61948-1950 E.207-71948-1950 Fa-Fi.207-81948-1950 Fl-Fu.207-91948-1950 Ga.207-101948-1950 Ge-Go.208-11948-1950 Gr-Gu.208-21948-1950 Ha.208-31948-1950 He-HY.208-41948-1950 I-J.208-51948-1950 Ka-Ki.208-61948-1950 Kl-Ku.208-71948-1950 La-Le.208-81948-1950 Lo-Ly.209-1Literature on Court.209-21948-1950 Mc.209-31948-1950 Ma.209-41948-1950 Me-Mi.209-51948-1950 Mo.209-61948-1950 Mu-My.209-71948-1950 N.209-81948-1950 O.209-91948-1950 Pa-Pe.209-101948-1950 Ph-Pu.209-111948-1950 Q.209-121948-1950 Ra-Ri.209-131948-1950 Ro-Ry.210-11948-1950 Sa-Sc.210-21948-1950 Se-Si.210-31948-1950 Sm-Sq.210-41948-1950 St.210-51948-1950 Su-Sy.210-61948-1950 Ta-Th.210-71948-1950 Ti-Ty.210-81948-1950 U-V.210-91948-1950 Wa-We.210-101948-1950 Wh-Wi.210-111948-1950 Wn-Wu.210-121948-1950 X,Y,Z.211-11951-1954 A.211-21951-1954 Ba-Be.211-31951-1954 Bi-By.211-41951-1954 C.211-51951-1954 D.211-61951-1954 E.211-71951-1954 F.211-81951-1954 G.212-11951-1954 Ha.212-21951-1954 He-Hu.212-31951-1954 I.212-41951-1954 J.212-51951-1954 K.212-61951-1954 L.212-7Literature 1951.212-8Literature 1952.212-9Literature 1953.213-11951-1954 Mc.213-21951-1954 M.213-31951 Martinsville Seven.213-41951-1954 N.213-51951-1954 O.213-61951-1954 P-Q.213-71951-1954 R.213-81951-1954 Sa-Se.213-91951-1954 Sh-Sw.214-11952 Segregation Cases.214-21953 Segregation Cases.214-3Mrs. Dorothy Shay.214-41951-1954 T.214-51951-1954 U.214-61951-1954 V.214-71951-1954 Wa-We.214-81951-1954 Wh-Wy.214-91951-1954 X,Y,Z.Supreme Court Subject File (Section XVI B)215-1Associate Justices - Hugo L. Black - 1946-1953.215-2Associate Justices - Harold Burton - 1946-1951.215-3Associate Justices - Harold Burton - 1952-1953.215-4Associate Justices - Tom Clark - 1949-1953.215-5Associate Justices - William 0. Douglas - 1947-1949.215-6Associate Justices - William 0. Douglas - l950-1953.215-7Associate Justices - Felix Frankfurter - 1946-1950.215-8Associate Justices - Felix Frankfurter - 1951-1953.216-1Associate Justices - Robert Jackson.216-2Associate Justices - Sherman Minton.216-3Associate Justices - Frank Murphy.216-4Associate Justices - Stanley Reed.216-5Associate Justices - Wiley B. Rutledge.216-6Busts and Portraits.216-7Chief Justice - Applications - General.216-8Chief Justice - Applications - Law Clerks 1946-1947.216-9Chief Justice - Applications - Law Clerks 1948-1949.216-10Chief Justice - Applications - Law Clerks 1950-1952.216-11Chief Justice - Applications - Law Clerks 1953.217-1Chief Justice - Assignment of Judges for Loyalty Investigations - 1950.217-2Chief Justice - Blanton, Ward M. 1951-1953.217-3Chief Justice - Charts - Assignments of Cases 1946-1953.217-4Chief Justice - Correspondence, etc. on Cases 1946-1950.217-5Chief Justice - Correspondence, etc. on Cases 1951-1953.217-6Chief Justice - Court's Annual Call on the President - 1953.217-7Chief Justice - Experience, etc..217-8Chief Justice - Orders - Extensions of Time.217-9Chief Justice - Personnel - Current - 1946-1953.217-10Chief Justice - Personnel - Terminated - 1946-1953.217-11Chief Justice - Statistics on Law Clerks' Recommendations.218-1Chief Justice - Supply Requisitions.218-2Chief Justice - Treaties - Steel Case.218-3Chief Justice - Visit of Japanese Justices to the Supreme Court - 1950.218-4Circuit Conferences - District of Columbia - 1946-1953.218-5Circuit Conferences - Fourth Circuit - 1946-1953.218-6Circuit Conferences - Miscellaneous - 1946-1953.218-7Clerk's Office.218-8Commission on 175th Anniversary of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence - Correspondence with Members of the Commission.219-1Commission on 175th Anniversary of the Signing of the Declaration of Independence - Correspondence with State Chairmen.219-2Commission - Fine Arts.219-3Conference - Rooms.219-4Conference - General - 1946-1949.219-5Conference - General - 1950-1951.219-6Conference - General - 1952-1953.220-1Judges - Filling of Vacancies.220-2Judges - General Correspondence A-D.220-3Judges - General Correspondence E-L.220-4Judges - General Correspondence M-R.220-5Judges - General Corresrondence S-Z.220-6Legislation - Miscellaneous.220-7Legislation - Statutes at Large, 1950-1953.220-8Library - General.220-9Library - Personnel.221-1Library of Congress - General .221-2Marshall - Acoustics in the Court .221-3Marshall - Budget Estimates - 1998-1949 .221-4Marshall - Budget Estimates - 1950 .221-5Marshall - Budget Estimates - 1954 .221-6Marshall - General - 1946-1950 .221-7Marshall - General - 1951-1953 .221-8Marshall - Guards and Messengers .221-9Marshall - Personnel - 1946-1943 .221-10Marshall - Personnel - 1950-1953 .221-11Marshall - Visitors to the Building.222-1Memorial Services - Charles Evans Hughes.222-2Memorial Services - Frank Murphy.222-3Memorial Services - Wiley B. Rutledge.222-4Memorial Services - Stone and McReynolds.222-5National Gallery of Art - Budget Estimate.222-6National Gallery of Art - General.222-7National Gallery of Art - Minutes of Meetings 1946-1948.223-1National Gallery of Art - Minutes of Meetings 1949-1951.223-2National Gallery of Art - Minutes of Meetings 1952-1953.223-3Potter.223-4Press - 1946-1954.223-5Reporter - General - 1946-1953.223-6Reporter - Opinions - 1947.223-7Reporter - Opinions - 1948-1949.224-1Reporter - Opinions - 1950-1951.224-2Reporter - Opinions - 1952-1953.224-3Reporter - Personnel.224-4Rules - Admiralty - Amendment to Rule 51-54.224-5Rules - Admiralty - Com. 1946-1953.224-6Rules - Admiralty - Proposed Amendments thereto.224-7Rules - Bankruptcy - Revisions of General Orders.224-8Rules of Civil Procedure - Amendments Submitted to Congress, Jan. 1947.224-9Rules of Civil Procedure - Amendments Submitted to Congress, Jan. 1949.225-1Rules of Civil Procedure - Appropriations, Salaries, etc..225-2Rules of Civil Procedure - Condemnation - April 1, 1951.225-3Rules of Civil Procedure - Meetings - 1953.225-4Rules of Civil Procedure - Members of the Committee.225-5Rules of Civil Procedure - William D. Mitchell.225-6Rules of Criminal Procedure - Amendments to Rules 37, 38, and 39.225-7Rules of Criminal Procedure - Amendments Submitted to Congress, Jan. 1949.225-8Rules of Criminal Procedure - Disposition of Records, etc..225-9Rules of Criminal Procedure - General.225-10Rules of Criminal Procedure - Miscellaneous Amendments.225-11Rules of Criminal Procedure - Time Limit on Appeals.225-12Rules - Supreme Court - Amicus Curiae Briefs.225-13Rules - Supreme Court - Amendments.225-14Rules - Supreme Court - Committee on Revision of.225-15Rules - Supreme Court - General.226-1Smithsonian Institution - General - 1949-1950.226-2Smithsonian Institution - General - 1951.226-3Smithsonian Institution - General - 1952-1953.226-4Smithsonian Institution - Meetings - 1946-1950.226-5Smithsonian Institution - Meetings - 1951-1953.226-6Smithsonian Institution - Successor to Dr. Wetmore.Supreme Court Opinions Section (Section XVI C)Chief Justice 0pinions 1946227-1836: Alaska Juneau Mining Co. v. Robertson, etc., et al227-211: Alan Motor Company v. The Timken Detroit Axle Co. & U.S.A.227-368: Crane v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Bureau227-4140: DeMeerleer v. People of the State of Michigan227-534: Harris v. U.S.A.227-6733: Interstate National Gas v. Federal Power CommissionChief Justice Opinions 1946228-1759-760,781-782,811: Lewis Case (Dissents and concurring) - U.S.A. v. United Mine Workers (Folder 1)228-2759-760,781-782,811: Lewis Case (Dissents and concurring) - U.S.A. v. United Mine Workers (Folder 2)228-3759-760,781-782,811: Lewis Case (Chief Justice drafts) - U.S.A. v. United Mine Workers (Folder 1)228-4759-760,781-782,811: Lewis Case (Chief Justice drafts) - U.S.A. v. United Mine Workers (Folder 2)228-5945,946,947: McWilliams v. Commissioner of Internal RevenueChief Justice Opinions 1946229-1497: 149 Madison Avenue v. Asselt229-2715: Oklahoma v. U.S.A.229-326: Tillamooks Case (U.S.A. v. Aleca Board of Tillamooks)229-425: Unemployment Compensation Commissioner of Alaska v. Oregon, et al229-5793: U.S.A. v. Michener229-6564: Walling v. General Industries229-774: Walling v. Halliburton229-8850: Williams, et al v. Austrian, et al (Folder 1)Chief Justice Opinions 1946230-1850: Williams, et al v . Austrian, et al (Folder 2)230-210: Wyoming and Ohio Co. v. U.S.A.Associate Justices Opinions 1946231-1209: Adams v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Bureau231-2257: Adams v. U.S.A.231-3102: Adamson v. People of the State of California231-4432: Aetnea Casualty v. Flowers231-595: Aircraft and Diesel Equipment v. Hirsch231-6148,151,155: Albrecht,et al v. U.S.A.231-745: American Power and Light v. S.E.C.231-869: American Stevedores v. Porello231-9656: Anderson v. Helmers231-1087: Anderson v. Yungslau231-1131: Angel v. Bullington231-12385: Atlantic Coast Line v. Thompson231-13467: Ayshire Collieries v. U.S.A.Associate Justices Opinions 1946232-137: Ballard v. U.S.A.232-2731-732: Bartek v. Birmingham and Green v. Birmingham232-3207,209: Bazley v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue and Adams v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue232-455,76: Bethlehem Steel v. New York State Labor Relations Board and Allegheny Ludlum v. Kelley232-5190: Bozza v. U.S.A.232-6970: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen v. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad232-727: Bruce's Juices vs. American Can Co.232-8625: Calarola v. Eckert232-9265: Cardillo v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.232-1036: Carter v. People of the State of Illinois232-11680: Champion Spark Plug Co. v. Sanders232-1221: Champlin Refining v. U.S.A.232-13626: Clark v. Allen 232-14934: Clark v. Uebersee 232-1512-19: Cleveland, et al v. U.S.A.232-16184: Cone v. West Virginia Pulp and Paper Co.232-17141: Confederated Bands of the Indians v. U.S.A.Associated Justices Opinions 1946233-1593,656: Cone v. Anderson and Anderson v. Helmers233-2211: Craig v. Harney 233-358: Eagle v. U.S.A., ex rel. Horowitz 233-459: Eagle v. U.S.A., ex rel. Samuels233-5320: Ellis v. Union Pacific 233-652: Everson v. Board of Education of the Township of Ewing233-7687,633: Misc. Fahey v. Mallonee233-8377: Fay v. People of the State of New York233-9452: Bove v. People of the State of New York233-1065: F.C.C. v. WOKO233-1166: Federal-Reserve v. Agnew233-1251: Fishwick v. U.S.A.233-13682: Fleming v. Rhodes233-14540: Foster v. People of the State of Illinois233-15142: State of Louisiana, ex rel. Willie Francis v. Resueber233-163: Freeman v. HewittAssociate Justices Opinions 1946234-192: Gardner v. State of New Jersey234-2405: Gayes v. State of New York234-323,86: Gibson and Dodez v. U.S.A.234-435: People of the State of Illinois, ex rel. Gordon v. Campbell234-5103,574: Gospel Army v. City of Los Angeles and Rescue Army v. Municipal Court of the City of Los Angeles234-6461: Greenough v. Tax Assessors of the City of Newport, Rhode Island234-793: Gulf Oil Corporation v. Gilbert234-824: Halburton Oil v. Walker234-9384: Halvey v. Halvey234-1049: Haupt v. U.S.A.234-1147: Hickman v. Taylor 234-1283: Independent Warehouses v. Scheele234-13270: Industrial Commission of Wisconsin v. McCartinAssociate Justices Opinions 1946235-1690: Insurance Group Committee v. Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.235-275: International Harvester Co. v. Tax Commission of Ohio235-372: Interstate Commerce Commissioner v. Mechling235-488: Jesionowski v. Boston and Maine Railroad235-529,30: Joseph v. Carter and Weeks and Joseph v. Clark and Son235-670-71: Katzinger v. Chicago Metallic Manufacturing Co.235-7206: Koster v. (American) Lumbermens Mutual Casualty Co.235-8291: Kotch v. Board of River Port Pilot Commissioners235-997-98: Krug v. Santa Fe Pacific Railroad235-10207: Land v. Dollar235-1122: Levinson v. Spector Motor235-1228: MacGregor v. Westinghouse Electric 235-13755: McCullough v. Kammerer Corporation235-14404: Mexican Light and Power Co. v. Texas Mexican Railway Co.235-1562: Morris v. Jones235-16674-675: Munter v. Commissioner of the Internal RevenueAssociate Justices Opinions 1946236-1367: Myers v. Reading Co. 236-238-39: N.L.R.B. and International Ladies Garment Workers Union v. Donnelly236-3418,19: N.L.R.B. v. Jones and Laughlin Steel and N.L.R.B. v. Atkins and Co. 236-460: N.L.R.B. v. Tower Co.236-596,94: New York Rayon Importing Co. v. U.S.A. and U.S.A. v. New York Rayon Importing Co.236-6400: Northern Pacific v. U.S.A.236-784: Oklahoma v. Civil Service Commission236-863,64: Order of Railway Conductors v. Swain and Williams v. Swain236-932: Order of United Commercial Travelers v. Wolfe236-10658: Packard Motor Car Co. v. N.L.R.B.236-1180: Parker, et al v. Fleming236-12223: Patterson v. Lamb236-13453: Penfield v. S.E.C.236-1441: Pyramid Motor v. Ispass236-15512: Raley v. Fleming236-16583: Fleming v. Mohawk WreckingAssociate Justices Opinions l946237-1471,473: Rice v. Board of Trade of Chicago237-2470,472: Rice v. Great Lakes Elevation Corp.237-346: Richfield Oil v. State Board of Equalization237-448: Rothensies v. Electric Storage Battery Co.237-5562: Rutherford Food Corp. v. Walling237-681-82: S.E.C. v. Chenery Corporation and S.E.C. v. Federal Water and Gas Corporation237-7346: Silesian American Corp. v. Clark237-8368: Sioux Tribe of Indians v. U.S.A.237-9343,344,345: State of New York v. U.S.A.: Hildreth v. U.S.A. and Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad v. U.S.A.237-1079: Steele v. General Mills, Inc.237-11535: Sunal v. Large237-12840: Alexander v. U.S.A., ex rel. Kulick 237-13431: Tests v. Katt237-1485: Trailmobile Co. v. Whirls237-15208: Transparent-Wrap Machine Corporation v. Stokes and Smith Co.Associate Justices Opinions 1946238-16-l0: United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America v. U.S.A.238-2371: United National Bank v. Chase National Bank238-320: United Public Workers of America v. Mitchell, et al238-4606: U.S.A. v. Bayer 238-567: U.S.A. v. Bruno238-640: U.S.A. v. Carmack238-777-78: U.S.A. v. Dickinson and U.S.A. v. Withrow238-8862: U.S.A. v. Felin and Co.238-950: U.S.A. v. Foley238-10429: U.S.A. v. Fullard-Leo238-11585: U.S.A. v. Hoy238-12464: U.S.A., v. Lime Material Co.238-13847: U.S.A. v. Munsey Trust Co.238-1489-91: U.S.A. v. National Lead Co.238-15430: U.S.A. v. Ogilvie Hardware238-16954: U.S.A. v. PetrillsAssociate Justice Opinions l946239-156-57: U.S.A. v. Powell and U.S.A. v. Atlantic Coast Line239-254: U.S.A. v. Ruzicka239-361: U.S.A. v. Seatram Lines, Inc.239-453: U.S.A. v. Sheridan239-5312: U.S.A. v. Silk239-6498: U.S.A. v. Smith239-7235: U.S.A. v. Standard Oil of California239-812: U.S.A. v. State of California239-9106: U.S.A. v. Thayer-West Point Hotel Co.239-10718: U.S.A. v. Walsh239-111035: U.S.A. v. Yellow Cab Co.239-12417: U.S. Department of Agriculture v. Remund239-1342-45: Vanston v. Green239-14335-336: Walling v. Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad and Walling v. Portland Terminal Co.239-1533: Winters v. People of the State of New YorkChief Justice Opinions 1947240-1620: Anderson v. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co.240-2202-296: Brunson v. North Carolina240-337: Coe v. Coe240-4512: Everett v. Truman240-5674: Heoltebeth v. N.C.240-697: Hoffman v. U.S.A.240-79: Keystone v. National Labor Relations Board240-8171: Mary Bell King v. The Order of United Commercial Travelers of America240-959: Loftus v. Illinois240-10206: Lillie v. Thompson240-1193: Marino v. Ragen, Warden240-1248: Mogall v. U.S.A. 240-1344: Oyama v. State of California (Folder 1)241-144: Oyama v. State of California (Folder 2)241-272-87: Restricted Covenant Cases (Folder 1)241-372-87: Restricted Covenant Cases (Folder 2)241-4290-291: Restricted Covenant Cases241-549: Shapiro v. U.S.A. (Folder l)242-149: Shapiro v. U.S.A. (Folder 2)242-2119: Shapiro v. U.S.A. (Folder 3)242-349: Shamiro v. U.S.A. (Folder 4)242-436: Sherrer v. Sherrer242-5326: Sipvel v. Board of Regents, University of Oklahoma242-6325: Fisher v. Hurst, et al243-1214: Suttle v. Reich Brothers Construction Company243-2415: Toomer v. Witsell (Folder 1)243-3415: Toomer v. Witsell (Folder 2)243-4427: Trupiano v. U.S.A. (Dissent)243-5432: U.S.A. v. Zazove244-1439: Woods v. Hills (Folder 1)244-2439: Woods v. Hills (Folder 2)Associate Justices Opinions 1947245-139: Aero Mayflower Transit Company v. Board of Railroad Commissioners of Montana245-2446: Aberns v. Clark245-3431: Andres v. U.S.A.245-4225: Bakery Sales Drivers v. Wagshal245-5366-367: Bay Ridge Operating v. Huron Stevedoring 245-654-57: Blumenthal v. U.S.A. 245-7374: Bob-lo Excursion Company v. People of the State of Michigan245-8530: Briggs v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.245-9398: Brite v. People of the State of Illinois245-10331: Callen v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.245-1123-34: Cement Cases245-1214: Central Greyhound v. Mealey246-1178-193: Chase National Bank, et al v. Metropolitan Life, et al246-278,88: Chicago and Southern Air Lines v. Waterman Steamship Corporation and Civil Aeronautics Board v. Waterman Steamship Corporation246-335: Clark v. Uebersee Finanz-Korp.246-4373: Cole v. Arkansas246-596: Commissioner of the Internal Revenue v. Church246-6384: Commissioner of the Internal Revenue v. South Texas Lumber Co.246-7157: Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. U.S.A.246-8451-454: Comstock v. Group of Institutional Investors246-9337: Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. v. Moore246-1066-68: Cox, et al v. U.S.A.246-1163: Delgillo v. Carmichael246-1250: Donaldson v. Read Magazine246-13275: Dyer v. City of Beloit246-14101: Eccles, et al v. Peoples Bank of Lakewood Village246-15139: Estin v. Estin246-1645: Federal Crop Insurance Corporation v. Merrill246-17464: Federal Trade Commission v. Morton Salt247-1370: Fong Haw Tan v. Phelan247-2400: Francis v. Southern Pacific247-3213: Misc. Frazier v. U.S.A.247-4280: Funk Brothers Seed Co. v. Kalo Inoculant Co. 247-5205: Globe Liquor Co. v. San Roman247-6541: Gryger v. Burke 247-751: Haley v. State of Ohio247-850: Hannegan v. Read Magazine 247-9560: Hilton v. Sullivan247-10634: Hunter v. Martin247-1118: Hunter v. Texas Electric Railway Co.247-12397: International Brotherhood of Teamsters, et al v. Denver Milk Producers247-1346: International Salt Co. v. U.S.A.247-14138: Johnson v. U.S.A.247-15329: Johnson v. U.S.A.247-1671: Jones v. Liberty Glass Co.247-1770: Kavanagh v. J.H. Nobles247-18590: Kennedy v. Silas Mason Co.247-19371: Kreiger v. Kreiger247-2091: Lee v. Mississippi 247-21362: LeMaistre v. Leffers247-22105,74,95: Lichter, et al v. U.S.A.248-1723: Ludecke v. Watkins248-290: People of the State of Illinois, ex rel. McCollum v. Board of Education248-338: Maggio v. Zeitz248-494: Memphis Natural Gas Co. v. A.H. Stone248-575: Mandeville Island Farms v. American Crystal Sugar Co.248-6130-131: Mitchell, et al v. Cohen and Hubickey248-7485: Moore and Haughton v. People of the State of New York248-87: Morris v. McComb248-960: Musser v. State of Utah248-10215: 0liver - In re William Oliver248-1169: Panhandle Eastern Pipeline Co. v. Public Service Commission of Indiana249-1428: Parker v. Illinois249-2270: Parker v. People of the State of Illinois249-3538: Paterno v. Lyons249-4122: Patton v. State of Mississippi249-5655: Phyle v. Duffy249-6111: Price v. Johnston249-716: Priebe v. U.S.A.249-8134: Republic National Gas Co. v. State of Oklahoma249-958: Rodgers v. U.S.A. 249-10504: Saia v. People of the State of New York 249-1110: Schine Chain Theaters v. U.S.A.249-12258: Schwabacher v. U.S.A.249-13390: Seaboard Airline Railroad v. Daniel249-14174: Sealfron v. U.S.A.249-15448: Shade v. Downing249-166: Silesian American Corporation v. Clark250-152: Spiegal v. Commisioner of the Internal Revenue250-2227: Sunnen v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue250-3533: Takahaski v. Fish and Game Commission250-4721: Taylor v. State of Alabama250-5542: Townsend v. Burke250-6427: Trupiano v. U.S.A.250-7223: U.S.A. v. Baltimore and Ohio250-8100: U.S.A. v. Brown250-9695: U.S.A. v. C.I.O.250-10461: U.S.A. v. Columbia Steel 250-1161: U.S.A. v. Di Re250-1215: U.S.A v. Evans251-117: U.S.A. v. Felin and Company251-264: U.S.A. v. Griffith251-397: U.S.A. v. Hoffman251-48: U.S.A. v. Line Material Co.251-5544: U.S.A. v. National City Line251-679-86: U.S.A. v. Paramount, et al251-741: U.S.A. v. Scophony Corp.251-8198: U.S.A. v. South Buffalo Railway Co.251-9121: U.S.A. v. Sullivan251-10527: U.S.A. v. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, et al252-113: U.S.A. v. U.S. Gypsum Co.252-273: Von Moltke v. A. Blake Gillies252-340: Wade v. Mayo252-4489: West v. Oklahoma Tax Commission252-547: Williams v. Fanning252-63: Winters v. People of the State of New York252-7392: Woods, Housing Expediter v. Stone252-8486: Woods v. MillerChief Justice Opinions 1948253-121: Callaway v. Benton253-265: Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Co. v. Acme Fast Freight, Inc.253-3206: Misc. - Ex Parte Collett253-4313: Commissioner of the Internal Revenue v. Culbertson253-5128-196: Farmers Reservoir, et al v. McComb, et al253-6610: Misc. - In the Matter of Electric Power and Light Corp.253-7233: Misc. - Kilpatrick v. Texas and Pacific Railroad253-831: Larson v. Domestic Foreign Service Corp. (Folder 1)253-931: Larson v. Domestic Foreign Service Corp. (Folder 2)254-131: Larson v. Domestic and Foreign Commerce Corp. (Folder 3)254-2151-153: National Carbide Corp. et al v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue254-312: Original - U.S.A. v. California254-4269: Misc. - U.S.A. v. National City Lines Inc., et al254-510: Original - U.S.A. v. Wyoming Decree254-650: Young v. Rogen254-728: Per Curiam Eckenrode v. Pennsylvania Railroad Company254-8225: Per Curiam Eisler v. U.S.A.254-9542: Per Curiam Fountain v. Filson254-1090: Per Curiam Henslee v. Union Planters Bank and Trust Company254-11472: Per Curaim Hill v. Atlantic Coast Line Co.254-12239-240,248: Per Curiam Japanese Cases254-13348: Per Curiam MacDougall v. Green254-1459: Per Curiam Marzani v. U.S.A.254-15599: Per Curiam Mitchell v. White Consolidated, Inc.254-16206: Per Curiam Murphy v. Reed254-17234: Per Curiam Reynolds v. Atlantic Coastline Railroad254-18117: Per Curiam Rice v. Rice254-19593: Per Curiam Ryles v. U.S.A.254-20191: Per Curiam Superior Court of California v. Lillefloren254-21121: Misc. Per Curiam Taylor v. Dennis254-22640: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Urbeteit254-23429: Per Curiam Zimmerman v. State of MarylandAssociate Justices Opinions 1948255-11: Adkins v. Dupont255-2333: Aeronautical Industrial Log 727 v. Campbell255-3216: Algoma Plywood v. Wisconsin Employment Relations Board255-427,47,34: A.P.L., et al v. American Sash and Door Co., et al255-525: Ayrshire Colliers v. U.S.A.255-6121-130: Black Diamond S.S. v. Stewart and Sons255-712: Brinegar v. U.S.A.255-8388-389: Brooks v. U.S.A.255-9355: California v. Zook255-10528: Christoffel v. U.S.A.255-11442,512: Cohen v. Beneficial Industrial Loan Corp.255-125: Commissioner of Internal Revenue v. Church256-184: Commissioner of Internal Revenue v. Wodehouse256-254: Coray v. Southern Pacific Co.256-3351: Cosmopolitan Shipping Co. v. McAllister256-4297: Daniel v. Family Security Life256-5298: Defense Supplies Corp. v. Lawrence Warehouse Co.256-6327: Empresa Siderurgica v. County Merced256-7267: Farrell v. U.S.A.256-8495: F.C.C. v. Station WJR256-9109,188,209,212: Federal Power Commission v. Interstate Natural Gas Co.256-10558: Federal Power Commission v. Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Co.256-11360,430: Fink v. Shepherd Steamship Co.256-1245: Fisher v. Pace256-139l: Foley Brothers v. Filardo256-141-2: Ford Motor, et al v. U.S.A.256-1544: Frazier v. U.S.A.256-16418: Gibbs v. Burke256-17182: Giboney, et al v. Empire Storage256-1849: Goessert v. Cleary 256-1935: Goggin v. Division of Labor, California 256-206: Grand River Dam Authority v. Grand Hydro257-1184-185: Graver Tank and Mfg. v. Linde Air Products257-2417: Griffin v. U.S.A.257-376: Harris v. State of South Carolina257-4231: Hirshberg v. Cooke257-520: Hoiness v. U.S.A.257-692: Hood and Sons v. Du Mond257-7457: Humphrey v. Smith257-824: Hynes v. Grimes Packing257-932-33: Internal Revenue Commissioner v. Jacobson257-1014-15: International Union, Local 232, et al v. Wisconsin Employment Relations Board257-11287: Interstate Oil Pipe Line Co. v. Stone257-12506: Johnson, U.S.A. ex rel. v. Shaughnessy257-13135: Jones v. U.S.A.257-14233: Joy Oil v. State Tax Commissioner258-17-8,48: Jungersen v. Ostby end Barton258-263: Kimball Laundry v. U.S.A. 258-342: Klapprott v. U.S.A.258-430: Kordel v. U.S.A.258-59: Kovacs v. Cooper 258-6143: Krulervitch v. U.S.A.258-738-39: La Crosse Telephone v. Wisconsin Employment Relations Board258-856: Lawson v. Sewanee Fruit and Steamship Co.258-988: Leiman v. Guttmann258-101389: Lustig v. U.S.A.258-1136: McDonald v. U.S.A.258-1216: Mandel Brothers v. Wallace258-1323: Michelson v. U.S.A.258-14396: City of Morgantown, West Virginia v. Royal Insurance Co.258-15197: N.L.R.B. v. Crompton Highland Mills258-16258: N.L.R.B. v. Pittsburgh Steamship Co.258-1746: N.L.R.B. v. Stowe Spinning259-129: National Mutual Insurance v. Tidewater Transfer Co.259-2168,200-201: New York City v. Saper259-3228: Ney and Nissen v. U.S.A.259-440-41: Oklahoma Tax Commission v. Texas Co.259-5244: Ott v. Mississippi Barge Line259-63: Phipps v. Commissioner of Railroads259-7390: Propper v. Clark259-8522: Ragan v. Merchants Transfer259-951: Railway Express v. New York259-10226-227,243-266: Securities Exchange Commission v. Central Illinois Securities260-13,5: Spiegal and Church v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue260-252,474: Stainback v. Mo Hock Ke Tok Po260-3279: Standard Oil Co. of California v. U.S.A.260-4567-568: Stemmer and Krakower v. New York260-5272: Terminiello v. Chicago260-6387: Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc. v. Civil Aeronautics Board260-7107: Truner v. Pennsylvania260-8500: Union National Bank of Wichita v. Lamb260-9132: U.S.A. v. Cors260-10330: U.S.A. v. Interstate Commerce Commission261-126: U.S.A. v. Kansas City Life Insurance261-2406: U.S.A. v. Knight261-3253: U.S.A. v. Penn Foundry and Mfg.261-413: U.S.A. v. Urbuteit261-5416: U.S.A. v. Wallace and Tierman261-6473: U.S.A. v. Wittek261-737: U.S.A. v. Women's Sportswear261-898: Upshaw v. U.S.A.261-9129: Urie v. Thompson261-1075: Uveges v. Pennsylvania261-1122: Vermilya-Brown v. Connell261-12427: Wade v. Hunter261-13610: Watts v. Indiana261-14179: Weade v. Dichmann, Wright and Pugh, Inc. 261-15447: Wheeling Steel v. Glander261-1653: Wikerson v. McCarthy and Swan 261-17671: Williams v. New York261-18237: Wisconsin Electric v. U.S.A. 261-1917-18: Wolf v. Colorado261-20465: Woods v. Interstate Realty Co.Chief Justice Opinions 1949262-110,13: American Communication Association, CIO, et al Douds and United Steel Workers of America, et al v. N.L.R.B. (Folder 1)262-210,13: American Communication Association, CIO, et al Douds and United Steel Workers of America, et al v. N.L.R.B. (Folder 2)262-3384: Commissioner of the Internal Revenue v. Korell262-4456: International Union v. O'Brien262-534: McLaurin v. Oklahoma State Regents262-670: Manning v. Seeley Tube and Box Co.262-759: Reo Motors, Inc. v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue262-844: Sweatt v. Painter262-935-38: U.S.A. v. Aetna Casualty, etc.263-199: U.S.A. v. Bryan263-298: U.S.A. v. Fleischman263-398-99: U.S.A. v. Fleischman and Bryan263-417: Per Curiam Boyd v. Grand Truck Railroad Co.263-5176: Misc. Per Curiam Burke v. State of Georgia263-6373: Per Curiam Cohnstaedt v. Immigration and Naturalization Service of the U.S.A.263-719: Per Curiam Faulkner v. Gibbs263-8454: Per Curiam Georgia Railroad and Banking Co. v. Redwine263-9379-380: Per Curiam Hubsch and Schweitzer v. U.S.A.263-10512-513, 527-528: Per Curiam Lyon v. Banque and Melli Tran v. Lyon263-1112: Per Curiam Osman v. Douds263-12196,236: Per Curiam Marshall and Morford v. U.S.A.263-132: Misc. Per Curiam Roberts v. U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California263-14689: Per Curiam Shipman v. Dupree263-15724: Per Curiam South v. Peters263-1640-41: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Capital Transit Co., et al263-17113-114: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Pacific Coast Wholesalers263-18670-671: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. U.S. Gypsum Co.Associate Justices Opinions 1949264-1200: Affelder v. New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad264-2271: Alcoa Steamship Co. v. U.S.A.264-3455: Automatic Radio Manufacturing Co. v. Hazeltine Research264-443: Brown v. Western Railroad of Alabama264-5445: Brown Shoe v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue264-6178: Bryan v. U.S.A.264-7449: Building Service Employment International v. Gazzam264-8118: Capitol Greyhound v. Brice264-923: Carter v. Atlanta and St. Andres Bay Railway Co.264-1046: Cassell v. State of Texas264-1160: Chapman v. Sheridan-Wyoming Coal Co.264-12157-159: Civil Aeronautics Board v. State Airlines, etc.264-1362: Cole v. State of Arkansas264-1447: Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co. v. N.L.R.B.264-15156,163: Commodities Trading, etc. v. U.S.A.264-1657: Connally v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue264-1751: Dan v. Burford264-1814: Dennis v. U.S.A.264-19150: Dickinson v. Petroleum Conversion Corporation264-20302: District of Columbia v. Little264-213: Eichenlaub, U.S. ex rel. v. Shaughnessy264-22568: Ewing v. Mytinger and Casselberry 265-171: Federal Power Commission v. East Ohio Gas Co., et al265-216: Graham v. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen265-32: Graver Tank and Manufacturing, Co. v. Linde Air Products265-425: Henderson v. U.S.A.265-5359: Hiatt v. Brown265-661: Hughes, et al v. Superior Court of California265-7309,364: International Brotherhood of Teamsters v. Hanke, etc. 265-8306: Johnson v. Eisentraper265-953: Kingsland v. Dorsey 265-10511: Knopf, U.S.A. ex rel v. Shaugnessy 265-11517-518,527-528: Lyon v. Singer and Singer v. Yokohama 265-1255: Manufacturers Trust v. Becker 265-1311,15: Manufacturers Trust v. McGrath and McGrath v. Manufacturers Trust266-1378: Mullane v. Central Hanover Bank and Trust Co.266-2434: N.L.R.B. v. Mexia Textile Mills266-3435: N.L.R.B. v. Pool Manufacturing Co.266-447: New Jersey Realty Title Insurance Co. v. New Jersey Division of Tax Appeals266-528-29: Oakley, etc. v. Louisville and Nashville Railroad266-656: O'Donnell v. Joliet and Eastern Railway Co.266-7438: Order of Railway Conductors v. Southern Railway Co.266-849: Parker v. City of Los Angeles266-950: Steiner v. City of Los Angeles266-1096,58,79: Powell, et al v. U.S.A. Cartridge Co., et al266-1133: Quicksall v. People of the State of Michigan266-12337: Railway Labor Executives Association v. U.S.A.266-1383: Regents of the University System of Georgia v. Carroll266-14403: Reider v. Thompson266-1532: Reilly v. Pinkus 266-1624: Roth v. Delano 266-1748: Savorgnan v. U.S.A. 266-1827-30,32: Secretary of the Agriculture, etc. v. Central Roig, etc.266-19221: Skelly Oil Co. v. Phillips Petroleum Co.266-20391: Slocum v. Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad266-2177: Solesbee v. Balkcom267-1107: Standard Oil Co. v. Federal Power Commission267-218: Standard-Vacuum Oil Co. v. U.S.A.267-3300: State of Maryland v. Baltimore Radio Show267-4154: Sung v. Clark267-5230: Swift and Co. v. Compania Columbia del Caribe267-676: Travelers Health Association v. Commonwealth of Virginia267-720: Treichler v. State of Wisconsin267-8217: U.S.A. v. Alpers267-945: U.S.A. v. Benedict, et al267-10171,188: U.S.A. v. Burnison and Gayetty267-11214: U.S.A. v. Cumberland Public Service267-124-9: U.S.A. v. Gerlach Live Stock Co., et al267-131: U.S.A. v. Kansas City Life Insurance Co. 267-1497: U.S.A. v. Moorman 267-15273-274: U.S.A. v. Morton Salt Co., et al268-1428: U.S A. v. National Association of Real Estate Boards268-2293: U.S.A. v. Rabinowitz268-312: Orig. U.S.A. v. State of Louisiana268-413: Orig. U.S.A. v. State of Texas268-542: U.S.A. v. Spelar268-639: U.S.A. v. Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo Navigation Co.268-7173: U.S.A. v. U.S. Smelting, Refining and Mining Co.268-826: U.S.A. v. Westinghouse Electric Co.268-922: U.S.A. v. Yellow Cab Co.268-1075: Willmette Park District v. Campbell268-11119: Wissner v. WissnerChief Justice Opinions 1950269-1395: Alabama Public Service Commission v. Southern Railway Co. (Folder 1) 269-2395: Alabama Public Service Commission v. Southern Railway Co. (Folder 2)269-3146: Alabama Public Service Commission v. Southern Railway Co.269-4330: Amalgamated Association v. Wisconsin Employment Relations Board269-5329,438: Amalgamated Association, etc. v. Wisconsin Employment Relations (Folder 1)269-6329,438: Amalgamated Association, etc" v. Wisconsin Employment Relations (Folder 2)269-7336: Dennis v. U.S.A. (Folder 1)269-8336: Dennis v. U.S.A. (Folder 2)270-1336: Dennis v. U.S.A. (Folder 3)270-2336: Dennis v. U.S.A. (Folder 4)270-3336: Dennis v. U.S.A. - Motion to delay argument and permit foreign counsel to appear (Folder 5)270-493: Feiner v. State of New York (Folder 1)270-593: Feiner v. State of New York (Folder 2)270-6348: Jordan v. DeGeorge (Folder 1)270-7348: Jordan v. DeGeorge (Folder 2)270-850: Kunz v. People of the State of New York (Folder 1)270-950: Kunz v. People of the State of New York (Folder 2)271-117-18: Niemotko and Kelley v. State of Maryland (Folder 1)271-217-18: Niemotko and Kelley v. State of Maryland (Folder 2)271-320: Rogers v. U.S.A. (Folder 1)271-420: Rogers v. U.S.A. (Folder 2)271-5202: St. John v. Wisconsin Employment Relations Board271-6371-372: Shroup, etc. v. Simpson, etc.271-7621: Per Curiam (Petition for Certiorai) Ewing v. Gardner271-8577: Per Curiam Grende v. Board of Supervisor of Elections of Baltimore271-9421: Per Curiam Hamnerstein v. Superior Court of the State of California271-10353,697,702: Per Curiam Land, et al v. Dollar, et al271-11420: Per Curiam Shepard v. State of Florida271-12304: Per Curiam Treiehler v. State of Wisconsin271-13281: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Tillamooks271-14169,177: Per Curiam Wheelock Brothers v. U.S.A.271-15476: Per Curiam Woodward v. U.S.A.Associate Justices Opinions 1950272-135-36: Ackermann v. U.S.A.272-250: Misc. Agoston v. Pennsylvania272-345-48: Alabama Great Southern Railroad v. U.S.A.272-4252: American Fire and Casualty Co. v. Finn272-532: A&P v. Supermarket Equipment272-649: Bailey v. Richardson272-721-22: Blau v. U.S.A.272-8435: Bowman Dairy v. U.S.A.272-9473-474: Brannan v. Elder272-10399: Breard v. Alexandria272-11310: California State Auto Association Inter-Insurance v. Downey272-1296: Canton Railroad v. Rogan272-13204: Capital Transit v. U.S.A.272-14218: U.S.A. v. Yellow Cab Co.272-15363: 62 Cases, etc. v. U.S.A.272-16153: Cities Service Gas v. Peerless Oil and Gas272-17217: Collins v. Hardyman272-185: Compagna v. Hiatt272-19258: Dean Milk Co. v. City of Madison, Wisconsin272-20393: Denver Building and Construction Trades Council v. N.L.R.B. 272-2166: Dowd v. U.S.A. ex rel. Cook272-22209: Emich Motors Corp. v. General Motors Corp.272-239,29,31: Feres v. U.S.A.272-246: Fogarty v. U.S.A.272-25453: Garner v. Los Angeles Board of Public Works272-26122: Gullett Gin Co. v. N.L.R.B.273-1110: Gusik v. Schieder273-214: Harris v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue273-3513: Hoffman v. U.S.A.273-4355: Hughes v. Fetter273-5108: International Board of Electrical Workers v. N.L.R.B.273-6313: International Rice Milling Co., Inc. v. N.L.R.B.273-7296: Johnson v. Meulberger273-88,7,71: Joint Anti Fascist v. McGrath (Folder 1)273-98,7,71: Joint Anti Fascist v. McGrath (Folder 2)273-10297: Kiefer-Stewart v. Seagram and Sons273-1137: Libby, McNeill, and Libby v. U.S.A.273-1285: Local 74, etc. v. N.L.R.B.273-1334: McGrath v. Kristensen273-1415-16: Missouri v. Mayfield273-1577: Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. v. Northwestern Public Service Co.273-16318: Moore v. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad 273-17301: Moser v. U.S.A.273-18461: Mosser v. Darrow274-1425: N.L.R.B. v. Highland Park Mfg. Co.274-242: N.L.R.B. v. Pittsburgh Steamships274-3211: Niagara Hudson Power v. Leventritt274-4212: S.E.C. v. Leventritt274-5133: Norton Co. v. Department of Revenue of Illinois274-6267: O'Leary v. Brown, Pacific-Maxon Inc., et al274-7486: Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Co. v. Michigan Public Service Commission274-873: Phillips Petroleum Co. v. State of Oklahoma274-9565: RCA v. U.S.A.274-10295: Robertson v. Chambers274-11201: Sacher, et al v. U.S.A.274-12441-443: Schwegmann Brothers v. Calvert Distillers274-1364: Snyder v. Buck274-14132: Spector Motor Service v. O'Connor274-151: Standard Oil Co. v. Federal Trade Commission274-16384: Standard Oil Co., v. State of New Jersey274-1727-28: Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. U.S.A.274-18338: Tenney v. Brandhove274-19352: Timkin Roller Bearing v. U.S.A.274-2083: Touhy, U.S.A. ex rel. v. Ragen275-1364: U.S.A. v. Allied Oil Corp.275-2433: U.S.A. v. Champlin Refining Co.275-3347: U.S.A. v. Lewis275-4344: U.S.A. v. Moore275-523-24: U.S.A. v. Munsingwear275-6168: U.S.A. v. Peewee Coal Co.275-725: U.S.A. v. Rock Island Motor Transport275-881: U.S.A. v. Sanchez275-910-13: U.S.A. v. Security275-1038-39: U.S.A. v. Texas and Pacific Motor Transport275-1130: U.S.A. v. United States Gypsum Co.275-1226: U.S.A. v. Williams275-13134: U.S.A. v. Williams 275-1440: Universal Camera Corp. v. N.L.R.B.275-1587: Warren v. U.S.A.275-16147: West Virginia v. Sims275-17205: Western Maryland Railroad v. Ragan275-18109: Whelchel v. McDonald275-19365: Williams v. U.S.A.275-20298-299,314-315,324: Zittman, etc. v. McGrathChief Justice Opinions 1951276-1391: Bruner v. U.S.A.276-21: Georgia Railroad and Banking Co. v. Redwine276-395,96,375: Jennings, et al v. State of Illinois (Folder 1)276-495,96,375: Jennings, et al v. State of Illinois (Folder 2)276-5253: Memphis Steam Laundry Cleaner v. Stone276-6126: N.L.R.B. v. American National Insurance Co. (Folder 1)276-7126: N.L.R.B. v. American National Insurance Co. (Folder 2)276-8400: Stack v. Boyle (Folder 1)276-9400: Stack v. Boyle (Folder 2)277-1513: Thompson v. U.S.A.277-2151: U.S.A. v. Great Northern Railroad (Folder 1)277-3151: U.S.A. v. Great Northern Railroad (Folder 2)277-423: U.S.A. v. Hayman (Folder 1)277-523: U.S.A. v. Hayman (Folder 2)277-6744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer Chief Justice Dissent (Folder 1)277-7744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer Chief Justice Dissent (Folder 2)278-1744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer Chief Justice Dissent (Folder 3)278-2744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer Chief Justice Dissent (Folder 4)278-3273: Per Curiam Briggs v. Elliott278-4166: Per Curiam Cates v. Haderlein278-571: Misc. Per Curiam Ex Parte Cogdell278-622: Per Curiam Gardner v. Panama Railroad Co.278-7707: Per Curiam Gelling v. State of Texas278-8120,159: Per Curiam Gray v. Board of Regents of the University of Tennessee278-9275: Per Curiam Jaegeler, U.S.A. ex rel. v. Carusi278-10301-302: Per Curiam Palmer Oil Co. v. Amerada Petroleum278-11649: Per Curiam Ray v. Blair278-12395: Per Curiam Richfield Oil Corporation v. U.S.A.278-1314: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Fortier278-146: Original Per Curiam U.S.A. v. State of California (Order)Associate Justices Opinions 1951279-18: Adler v. Board of Education of the City of New York279-2118: Beauharnais v. People of the State of Illinois279-3230: Besser Manufacturing Co. v. U.S.A.279-418: Bindczyck v. Finucane279-5361: Blackman v. Guerre279-6167: Boyce Motor Lines v. U.S.A.279-7458: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen v. Howard279-8165: Buck v. People of the State of California279-9522: Burstyn v. Wilson279-1035,136: Carlson v. Landon and Butterfield v. Zydok279-11186,187: Carson v. Roane-Anderson Co., et al 279-12379: Casey v. U.S.A.279-13305: Cities Service v. MoGrath279-1430: Cook v. Cook280-117: Day-Brite Lighting v. State of Missouri280-2231: Desper v. Starved Rock Ferry Co.280-3374: Dice v. Akron, Canton and Youngstown Railroad Co.280-49: Dorenus v. Board of Education for the Borough of Hawthorne, New Jersey280-5306: Misc. Edelman v. State of California280-615: Misc. Far Fast Conference v. U.S.A.280-7448,504: Federal Trade Commission v. Ruberoid Co.280-8349: First National Bank of Chicago v. United Airlines280-9159: Florida Railroad and Public Utilities Commission v. Atlantic Coastline Railroad Co.280-10331: Frisbie v. Collins280-11204,169: Guessefeldt v. McGrath and McGrath v. Nagano280-1294: Gallegos v. State of Nebraska280-13517,626,643,670,669: Habeas Corpus Cases280-1462,197: Halcyon Lines v. Haenn Ship Ceilings280-1586: Hughes v. U.S.A.280-16200: International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union v. Juneau Spruce Corp.280-17493: Isbrandtsen Co. v. Johnson280-18401,414: Johnson and Mandel v. U.S.A.280-19172: Kaufamn v. Societe Internationale280-20570: Kawakita v. U.S.A.281-144: Kedroff v. St. Nicholas Cathedral281-2180: Kerotest Manufacturing Co. v. C.0. Two Fire Equipment Co.281-399: Koehler v. U.S.A. 281-4176: Leland v. State of Oregon281-5158: Lilly v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue281-626: Lorain Journal v. U.S.A.281-7173: Lykes v. U.S.A.281-817: McMahon v. U.S.A.281-9411: Madsen v. Kinsella281-10206,43,264: Masscitti, Harisiades and Coleman v. McGrath281-1112: Morissette v. U.S.A.281-12329: Mullaney v. Anderson281-13543: On Lee v. U.S.A.281-1438: Palmer v. Ashe281-15428-429: Pennsylvania Water and Power Co. v. Federal Power Commission281-165: Perkins v. Benguet Consolidated Mining Co. 281-17229: Pillsbury v. United Engineering Co. 281-18224,295: Public Utilities Commission of District of Columbia v. Pollack282-1649: Ray v. Blair282-2338: Robertson v. U.S.A.282-383: Rochin v. State of California282-4195: Rutkin v. U.S.A.282-56,7: Secretary of Agriculture v. Stark, et al282-684: Standard Oil Co. v. Peck282-72: Stefanelli v. Minard282-8474: Stembridge v. State of Georgia282-9373: Strobe v. State of California282-1025: Stuphen Estates v. U.S.A.282-11143: Sutton v. Leib282-12282: Swift and Co. v. U.S.A..282-13178: Uebersee Finanz-Korp. v. McGrath282-14450: U.S.A. v. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.282-155: U.S.A. v. Carignan282-16162: U.S.A. v. Dailey282-1791: U.S.A. v. Halseth282-18426: U.S.A. v. Hood283-13: U.S.A. v. Jeffers 283-246: U.S.A. v. Jordan 283-3209: U.S.A. v. Kelley 283-4250: U.S.A. v. New Wrinkle, Inc. 283-519: U.S.A. v. Oregon State Medical Society 283-647: U.S.A. v. Shannon 283-720: U.S.A. v. Smith283-8443: U.S.A. v. Spector 283-911: U.S.A. v. Wunderlich283-10744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer (Folder 1)283-11744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer (Folder 2) 283-1243l: Zorach v. ClausonChief Justices Opinions 1952284-1648: Avery v. State of Georgia284-2422: Burns v. Wilson284-34: Dixon v. Duffy284-411: Federal Trade Commission v. Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator284-576: Healy v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue284-6138: Commissioner of Internal Revenue v. Smith284-7132: Pop v. Atlantic Coast Line284-8 : Rosenburgs v. U.S.A.284-916: U.S.A. v. Caltex284-10540: U.S.A. v. Nugent284-11573: U.S.A. v. Packer285-121: U.S.A. v. Reynolds285-2394: Wells v. Simonds Abrasive Co.285-3150,160: Western Pacific Corporation v. Western Pacific Co.285-4384: Per Curiam Albertson v. Millard285-5126: Per Curiam Civil Aeronautics Board, et al v. American Air Transportation285-65: Misc. Per Curiam In Re Iserman285-7235: Misc. Per Curiam Shelton v. U.S.A.285-85: Orig. Per Curiam State of Nebraska v. State of Wyoming285-95: Orig. Per Curiam State of New Jersey v. State of New York285-10100: Per Curiam Sweeney v. Woodall285-119: Orig. Order Texas v. New Mexico285-12556: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Jones285-13449: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Lane Motor Co.285-14390: Per Curiam Ward v. U.S.A.Associate Justices Opinions 1952286-179-80: Allison v. U.S.A. and U.S.A. v. Stevenson-Chislett286-2206: Allstate Construction Co. v. Durkin286-353: American Newspaper Publishers v. N.L.R.B.286-426,35,36: American Trucking Association v. N.L.R.B.286-551: Arrowsmith v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue286-689: Automatic Canteen Co. v. Federal Trade Commission286-7242: Bailess v. Paukune286-8258: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad v. U.S.A.286-9517: Barrows v. Jackson286-1039: Baumet v. U.S.A.286-11187,274: Bode and Coordinated Transport v. Barrett286-12548: Bridges v. U.S.A. 286-1334: Brock v. North Carolina286-14488: Callahan Road Improvement v. U.S.A. 286-15262: Calmar Steamship Corp. v. U.S.A.286-16303: Calmar Steamship Corp. v. U.S.A.286-17521: Central Bank v. U.S.A.286-18308: Dalehite v. U.S.A.286-19302: Dameron v. Brodhead286-2032,22,20,31: Daniels, Speller, Smith and Brown v. Allen287-120,22,31,32: Daniels, Speller, Smith and Brown v. Allen (Frankfurter Dissent)287-2368: DeLa Rama S.S. Co. v. U.S.A.287-3617: District of Columbia v. John R. Thompson, Co.287-485: Edelman v. California287-5330,378: Esso Standard v. Evans and U.S.A. v. Evans287-612: Federal Power Commission v. Idaho Power Co.287-7193-194: Ford Motor Co. v. Huffman and International Union, etc. v. Huffman287-8340: Fowler v. Rhode Island287-9182: Gordon, et al v. U.S.A.287-10426: Heikkila v. Barber287-11295: Howard v. Commissioners Sinking Fund287-1240: Johnson v. New York, New Haven, Hartford Railroad Co.287-133: Kedroff v. Saint Nicholas Cathedral287-149: King v. U.S.A.287-1517: Kwong v. Colding287-16226: Luritzen v. Larsen287-17439: Levinson v. Deupree287-1837: Lloyd A. Fry Roofing v. Wood287-1986: Local Union No. 10 v. Graham287-2066: Lutwak v. U.S.A.288-1567-568: Mackey Radio v. RCA Communications288-215: Mandoli v. Acheron288-3244: May v. Anderson288-443: Montgomery Bldg. v. Ledbetter Erection288-575: Motion Picture Ad Service Co. v. F.T.C.288-633: Nathanson v. N.L.R.B.288-797: N.L.R.B. v. Dint288-8238: N.L.R.B. v. Gamble Enterprises288-9318: N.L.R.B. v. Rockaway News288-10217: N.L.R.B. v. Seven-Up Bottling Co. 288-11203: New York City v. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co. 288-12525: New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad v. Nothnagle288-13444: Orloff v. Willoughby288-14404: Orvis v. Brownell 288-1560: Pennsylvania Railroad v. O'Rourke288-16287: Polizzi v. Cowles Magazine 288-17341: Poulos v. New Hampshire288-18278: Ramspeck v. Federal Trial Examiners 288-1946: Sanford v. Kepner288-2041: Schwartz v. Texas 288-21512: Securities Exchange Commission v. Ralston-Purina 288-22139: Shaughnessy v. U.S.A. 288-23179: South Buffalo Railway Co. v. Ahern 288-2438: Steele v. Bulova Watch Co.289-1391,392,393: Stein, Wisner and Cooper v. New York289-2320: Stove v. New York, Chicago, St. Louis Railroad289-352: Terry v. Adams289-44l0: Thomas v. Hempt Brothers289-5374-375: Times-Picayune v. U.S.A.289-6113: Tinder v. U.S.A.289-7509: Transcontinental and Western Air v. Koppal289-8293: Uncelled Chemical v. U.S.A.289-930: U.S.A. v. Beacon Brass Co., Inc.289-1027: U.S.A. v. Cardiff289-11442: U.S.A. v. Carroll289-12253: U.S.A. v. Certain Parcel of Land289-1328: U.S.A. v. FPC289-14440: U.S.A. v. Gilbert Associates289-15634-636: U.S.A. v. Grainger and Clavere289-16532: U.S.A. v. W.T. Grant Co.289-1710: U.S.A. v. Henning289-18508: U.S.A. v. International Bldg. Co.289-19167: U.S.A. v. Kahriger289-20205-206: U.S.A. v. Public Utilities Commission290-187: U.S.A. v. Rumely290-218: U.S.A. v. Tucker Truck Lines290-347: U.S.A. v. Universal C.I.T. Credit290-429: Virginia REA v. EPC290-5290: Watson v. Commissioner290-614: Wieman V. Updegraff290-723: Willett Co. v. Chicago290-842: Woolworth Co. v. Contemporary Arts290-944: Wycoff v. P.S.C. of UtahBound Volumes291Supreme Court Opinions 1946 Nos. 3-32291 Supreme Court Opinions 1946 Nos. 34-61 291Supreme Court Opinions 1946 Nos. 62-98291Supreme Court Opinions 1946 Nos. 102-367 291Supreme Court Opinions 1946 Nos. 371-593292Supreme Court Opinions 1946 Nos. 606-End292Supreme Court Opinions 1947 Nos. 3-39292Supreme Court Opinions 1947 Nos. 40-72 292Supreme Court Opinions 1947 Nos. 75-111292Supreme Court Opinions 1947 Nos. 121-291293Supreme Court Opinions 1947 Nos. 329-446 293Supreme Court Opinions 1947 Nos. 451-End 293Supreme Court Opinions 1948 Nos. 1-29293Supreme Court Opinions 1948 Nos. 30-59 293Supreme Court Opinions 1948 Nos. 63-129294Supreme Court Opinions 1948 Nos. 132-267294Supreme Court Opinions 1948 Nos. 269-389294Supreme Court Opinions 1948 Nos. 390-End294Supreme Court Opinions 1949 Nos. 1-48294Supreme Court Opinions 1949 Nos. 49-99295Supreme Court Opinions 1949 Nos. 113-306295Supreme Court Opinions 1949 Nos. 309-End295Supreme Court Opinions 1950 Nos. 1-37295Supreme Court Opinions 1950 Nos. 38-2O1295Supreme Court Opinions 1950 Nos 205-352296Supreme Court Opinions 1950 Nos. 355-End296Supreme Court Opinions 1951 Nos. 1-43296Supreme Court Opinions 1951 Nos. 47-224296Supreme Court Opinions 1951 Nos. 229-443 296Supreme Court Opinions 1951 Nos. 448-Fnd297Supreme Court Opinions 1952 Nos. 3-40297Supreme Court Opinions 1952 Nos. 41-217297Supreme Court Opinions 1952 Nos. 226-442297Supreme Court Opinions 1952 Nos. 444-End298Supreme Court Opinion Record, 1951-1953Chief Justice Log Section (Section XVI D)299-1Chief Justice's Log -, January - June, 1940 299-2Chief Justice's Log - July - December, 1949 .299-3Chief Justice's Log -, January - Anril, 1950 299-4Chief Justice's Log - July - September, 1950.299-5Chief Justice's Log - October - December, 1950 .299-6Chief Justice's Log -, January - March, 1951 299-7Chief Justice's Log - April - June, 1951.299-8Chief Justice's Log - July - December, 1951.299-9Chief Justice's Log -, January - March, 1952 299-10Chief Justice's Log - April - June, 1952.299-11Chief Justice's Log - August - December, 1952 .299-12Chief Justice's Log -, January - April, 1953 299-13Chief Justice's Log - May - September, 1953.Supreme Court Miscellaneous Section (Section XVI E)300-1Judicial Conference -1948 - Agenda.300-2Judicial Conference - 1948 - Call.300-3Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report.300-4Agenda 4 - Judicial Conference - 1948.300-5Agenda 4a - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Additional Judgeships.300-6Data Supporting Additional Judgeships.300-7Statistics and Charts Concerning Additional District Judgeships.300-8Agenda 5 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Renort of Committee on salaries of supporting personeel of courts, etc..300-9Agenda 6 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report on Committee on Court Reporting System.301-1Court Reporting System - 1945.301-2Court Reporting System - 1946.301-3Court Reporting System - 1947-1948.301-4Agenda 7 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on Bankruptcy Administration (Folder 1).301-5Agenda 7 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on Bankruptcy Administration (Folder 2).301-6Bankruptcy Administration (Folder 1).301-7Bankruptcy Administration (Folder 2).302-1Bankruptcy Administration (Folder 3).302-2Agenda 9 - Judicial Conference - 1948 Report . . . Economy in Operation of Court.302-3Agenda 12 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Per diem rate of subsistence for personnel other than judges.302-4Agenda 13 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Mileage for privately owned automobiles.302-5Agenda 16 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on removal of civil disabilities of probationers fulfilling terms of probation.302-6Agenda 13 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on review of orders of ICC and other administrative agencies.302-7Agenda 19 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on treatment of insane persons charged with crime in federal courts.302-8Agenda 20 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee of Minor Offenses by Federal Officers.302-9Agenda 22 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on the Pre-trial Procedure.302-10Agenda 23 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on Judicial Statistics.302-11Agenda 25 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on Codification and Revision of Judicial Code.302-12Codification and Revisions of Judicial and Criminal Code.302-13Agenda 25 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Proposal to eliminate provision for a three-judge court in anti-trust cases.302-14Agenda 28 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Costs of Opinions of U.S.A..302-15Agenda 30 - Judicial Conference - 1948.302-16Agenda 31 - Judicial Conference - 1948.302-17Agenda 32 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Uniform Rules of Admission to Federal Courts .303-1Disposition of old records.303-2Fiscal appropriations - 1946-1947.303-3Fiscal appropriations - l948.303-4Judicial Conference - 1948 - Miscellaneous.303-5Minutes of Proceedings of Judicial Conferences 1940-1946.303-6Postwar Buildings Plans.303-7State of the Dockets of the Federal Courts.303-8Tax Division Memorandum - Instructions on Briefs.303-9Use of Trial Memo in Criminal Cases.Personal File (Section XVII), 1919-1953Boxes 304-388 The Personal File contain eighty-five boxes and two wrapped items covering the years 1919-1953. The file has been divided into five sections: General Correspondence 1924-1953 (Boxes 304-358). In section one there are fifty-five boxes of personal correspondence arranged in chronological order and therein alphabetically. This correspondence relates to matters such as clubs and organizations, Kentucky politics during the 1920s, autographs requested, gifts received, Centre College, trips with President Truman, and financial and social affairs of the Vinson family.Condolences 1953 (Boxes 359-360). Section two contains two boxes of condolences on the death of Chief Justice Vinson arranged alphabetically. Congratulatory Letters and Telegrams 1938-1946 (Boxes 361-370). In section three there are ten boxes of congratulatory letters and telegrams. They begin in 1938 with Vinson's appointment to the U.S. court of Appeals to the District of Columbia and end with his appointment in 1946 as Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.Invitations 1938-1953 (Boxes 371-388). Section four contains eighteen boxes of invitations and other material relating to social functions. The invitations are arranged chronologically from 1938 to 1953. Boxes 383 and 388 contain invitations from 1947 to 1953 sent to the Vinson residence and handled by Mrs. Vinson.Wrapped Items. This section includes two wrapped items consisting of seven autographed books and an order book dated 1924. SECTION I General Correspondence304-1A 304-2Adams - Atkins 304-3B - Miscellaneous304-4Belcher - Burgess304-5C - Miscellaneous304-6Cal's Hobby Horse (Anonymous)304-7Cal's Hobby Horse (Favorable)304-8Cal's Hobby Horse (Unfavorable)304-9Centre College304-10Childers - Cooksey304-11D - Miscellaneous304-12Dishman - Dixon304-13E - Miscellaneous304-14F - Miscellaneous304-15Fields, Governor W.J. (1924)304-16Fields, Governor W.J. (1925-1928)304-17G - Miscellaneous - Garland304-18H - Miscellaneous304-19Hall, Mrs. Gladys Walton304-20Insurance305-1J - Miscellaneos - Johnson 305-2K - Miscellaneous 305-3L - Miscellaneous 305-4Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co. 305-5Louisa National Bank 305-6M - Miscellaneous 305-7McClung - Mutual Life Insurance Co. 305-8N - Miscellaneous 305-9New York Life Insurance Co. 305-10Northcott-Tate-Hagy Company 305-11Notes 305-12Oddfellows Orphans - Ohio Top Hat Co. 305-13R - Miscellaneous 305-14Receipts - Ross 305-15S - Miscellaneous 305-16See Sergeant-at-Arms 305-17Southern Securities Corporation 305-18Sparks - Swetnam306-1T - Miscellaneous 306-2Tucker - Tug River Road 306-3V - Miscellaneous 306-4Vinson and Ferguson Bond - Vinson, Robert 306-5Vinson, Fred 306-6Vinson, James Mr. & Mrs. 1924-1926306-7Vinson, James Mr. & Mrs. 1927-l928 306-8Vinson, Z.T. 306-9W - Miscellaneous 306-10Wellman - Wynkop 306-11X - Miscellaneous307-1A-B, 1938307-2C, 1938307-3D-E, 1938307-4F-G, 1938307-5H-K, 1938307-6L-M, 1938307-7N-P, 1938307-8Q-R, 1938307-9S, 1938308-1T-U, 1938308-2V-Y, 1938308-3Miscellaneous, 1938308-4A-B, 1939308-5C, 1939308-6D-E, 1939308-7F-G, 1939308-8H-J, 1939308-9K-L, 1939308-10M-O, 1939309-1P-R, 1939309-2S-T, 1939309-3U-Y, 1939309-4Miscellaneous, 1939309-5A, 1940309-6B, 1940309-7C, 1940309-8D-E, 1940309-9F-G, 1940309-10H, 1940310-1J-L, 1940310-2M-O, 1940310-3P-Q, 1940310-4R-S, 1940310-5T-V, 1940310-6W-Y, 1940310-7Miscellaneous, 1940310-8A-B, 1941311-1C-D, 1941311-2E-G, 1941311-3H-K, 1941311-4L-N, 1941311-50-Q, 1941311-6R, 1941311-7S-T, 1941311-8U-Y, 191311-9Miscellaneous, 1941312-1A-B, 1942312-2C, 1942312-3D-E, 1942312-4F-G, 1942312-5H-L, 1942312-6M-0, 1942313-1P-Q, 1942313-2R, 1942313-3S, 1942313-4T-V, 1942313-5W-Y, 1942313-6A-B, 1943314-1C-D, 1943314-2E-G, 1943314-3H-K, 1943314-4L-M, 1943314-5N-P, 1943314-6R, 1943314-7S, 1943315-1S, 1943315-2T, 1943315-3U-V, 1943315-4W-Y, 1943315-5Miscellaneous, 1943 315-6A-B, 1944 315-7C-D, 1944316-1E-G, l944316-2H-J, 1944316-3K-M, l944316-4N-Q, 1944316-5R-S, 1944316-6T-V, 1944316-7W-Z, 1944317-1A, 1945317-2Autographs Requested, 1945317-3B, 1945317-4C (I), 1945 317-5C (II), 1945317-6Calendar Sheets - July 24, 1945 - June 24, 1946318-1Contributions, 1945318-2D, 1945318-3Drafts, 1945318-4E-F, 1945318-5G, 1945318-6Gifts Received, 1945319-1Gifts Received, Loose Material, 1945319-2H, 1945319-3I-J, 1945319-4Jacobs, Dr. William P.319-5K, 1945319-6L, 1945319-7Lester, Wilbur R.319-8Libraries320-1M (I), 1945320-2M (II), 1945320-3Medals of Merit, 1945320-4Memorandum and Letters - Wilbur Lester320-5Merchant, 1945320-6Merchant, Fred K. 320-7Merchant, W.V.320-8N-O, 1945320-9OWI, 1945320-10OWM & R - July-October, 1945320-11OWM & R - "Road to Tokyo and Beyond," 1945320-12Photographs Requests Declined 1945 320-13Political321-1R, 1945321-2Roosevelt, Franklin D. Library321-3R.F.C., March, 1945321-4S(I), 1945321-5S(II), 1945321-6Speeches, 1945321-7Suspense File - Appointments - B-W, 1945321-8T-U, 1945322-1Telephone Messages - July 30, 1945-December 28, 1945322-2Telephone Messages -, January 9, 1946-October 21, 1946322-3Unidentified Material322-4University of Kentucky322-5Unprocessed Material, 1945-1946322-6V, 1945322-7W, 1945322-8Henry Wallace, 1944-1945322-9War Department Receipts, 1945322-10Western Union Receipts, 1945322-11Who's Who in America, 1945322-12Williamson, Ben Jr., 1945322-13X,Y,Z, 1945323-1American Bar Association Committees, 1941 (I)323-2American Bar Association Committees, 1941 (II)323-3American Bar Association Committees, 1942323-4American Bar Association Committees, 1943323-5American Bar Association Committees, 1944323-6American Bar Association - Conventions, Dues, etc, 1942-1944324-1Centre College, 1939-1944324-2Centre College, 1945325-1Ac-Al, 1946325-2Am-An, 1946325-3Ar-Ay, 1946325-4A, 1947325-5Ad-Am, 1948-1949325-6Ar-Ay, 1948-1949325-7Abele, Col. Lester325-8American Red Cross,, January, 1946325-9American Red Cross, February, 1946325-10American Red Cross,, March-June, 1946325-11Appointments, 1947325-12Appointments, 1948325-13Appointments, 1949325-14Ardery, Philip, 1946326-1Ba, 1946 326-2Be-Bl, 1946 326-3Bo, 1946 326-4Br, 1946 326-5Bu-By, 1946326-6B, 1947326-7Ba, 1948-1949326-8Be-Bi, 1948-1949326-9Bl, 1948-1949326-10Bo, 1948-1949326-11Br, 1948-1949326-12Bu, 1948-1949326-13Breckinridge326-14Ca, 1946326-15Ce-Cl, 1946326-16Co, 1946326-17Cr-Cu, 1946327-1Ca-Ce, 1947 327-2Ch-Ci, 1947 327-3Cl, 1947 327-4Co-Cu, 1947327-5Ca, 1948-1949327-6Ch, 1948-1949327-7Ci-Cl, 1948-1949327-8Co, 1948-1949327-9Cr-Cu, 1948-1949327-10Calendar Sheets,, January-June, 1946 327-11Calendar Sheets, July-December, 1947 327-12Centre College,, January-April, 1946 327-13Centre College, May, 1946 327-14Centre College, June-August, 1946327-15Centre College, June-August, 1946327-16Centre College, May, 1946 327-17Centre College, June-August, 1946327-18Centre College, September-December, 1946327-19Centre College,, January-May, 1947327-20Centre College, June-July, 1947 327-21Centre College, August-October, 1947328-1Centre College, November-December, 1947328-2Centre College,, January-March, 1948328-3Centre College, June, 1948328-4Centre College, July-September, 1948 328-5Centre College, October-December, 1948 328-6Centre College,, January, 1949 328-7Centre College,, February-March, 1949 328-8Centre College, April, 1949 328-9Centre College, May, 1949 328-10Centre College, June, 1949 328-11Centre College, June, 1949 (Budget) 328-12Centre College, July-August, l940 328-13Centre College, September-December, 1949329-1Christmas Gifts, A-J, 1945329-2Christmas Gifts, K-W, 1945329-3Christmas Gifts, 1946329-4Christmas Gifts, A-H, 1947329-5Christmas Gifts, J-W, 1947329-6Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1948329-7Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1949329-8Christmas Greetings, 1945329-9Christmas Greetings to Cabinet members, etc., 1945329-10Christmas Greetings, A-C, 1946329-11Christmas Greetings, D-I, 1946329-12Christmas Greetings, J-P, 1946 329-13Christmas Greetings, R-Y, 1946329-14Christmas Letters, 1947 329-15Christmas Letters to Division Heads & Acknowledgements, 1945 329-16Clubs & Organizations, A-F329-17Clubs & Organizations, I-U329-18Clubs & Organizations, Community War Fund 329-19Clubs & Organizations, National Press Club 329-20Contributions Requested, A-C, 1946 329-21Contributions Requested, I-W, 1946 329-22Contributions Requested, 1947 329-23Contributions Requested, 1948 329-24Contributions Requested, 1949330-1Da, 1946330-2De, 1946330-3Di, 1946330-4Do, 1946330-5Du-Dy, 1946330-6Da-De, 1947330-7Di-Dy, 1947330-8Da, 1948-1949330-9De-Di, 1948-1949330-10Do-Dy, 1948-1949330-11Darnell Hospital, Danville, Kentucky330-12Dixon330-13Dollar Bills330-14Ea-Ei, 1946330-15Ek-En, 1946330-16Ep-Ey, 1946330-17E, 1947330-18Ea-Ek, 1948-1949330-19El-Ey, 1948-1949330-20Fa-Fe, 1946330-21Fi-Fo, 1946330-22Fr-Fy, 1946330-23F, 1947330-24Fa-Fe, 1948-1949330-25Fi-Fr, 1948-1949331-1Ga-Ge, 1946331-2Gi-Go, 1946 331-3Gr-Gu, 1946 331-4Ga-Ge, 1947 331-5Gi-Gu, 1947 331-6Ga-Gi, 1948-1949331-7Gl-Go, 1948-1949 331-8Gr-Gu, 1948-1949331-9Gifts Received,, January-March, 1946 331-10Gifts Received, April-June, 1946331-11Gifts Received, July-September, 1946331-12Gifts Received, October-December, 1946 331-13Gifts Received,, January-May, 1947331-14Gifts Received, June-September, 1947331-15Gifts Received, October-December, 1947332-1Gifts Received,, January-March, 1948332-2Gifts Received, April-May, 1948332-3Gifts Received, June-December, 1948332-4Gifts Received,, January-April, 1949332-5Gifts Received, May-August, 1949332-6Gifts Received, September-December, 1949332-7Greetings: Birthday 1946332-8Greetings: Birthday 1947332-9Ha, 1946332-10He-Hi, 1946332-11Ho, 1946332-12Hu, 1946332-13Ha, 1947332-14He-Hv, 1947332-15Ha, 1948-1949332-16Ho, 1948-1949332-17Hu-Hy, 1948-1949332-18I, 1946-1949332-19International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1946 and 1949333-1Ja-Je, 1946 333-2Jo, 1946 333-3Ju, 1946333-4J, 1947333-5J, 1948-1949333-6Ka-Ke, 1946333-7Ki-Ko, 1946333-8Ki-Ku, 1946334-1K, 1947334-2Ka-Ke, 1948-1949334-3Ki-Ku, 1948-1949334-4La, 1946334-5Le, 1946334-6Li-Lo, 1946334-7L, 1947334-8La-Le, 1948-1949334-9Li-Ly, 1948-1949334-10Library of Congress, 1946334-11McC-McD, 1946334-12McC-McW, 1946334-13Mc, 1947334-14Mc, 1948-1949334-15Ma, 1946334-16Me-Mi, 1946334-17Mo-Mu, 1946335-1Ma, 1947335-2Mi, 1947335-3Mo, l947335-4Ma-Me, 1948-1949335-5Mi, 1948-1949335-6Mo-Mu, 1948-1949335-7Medal for Merit 335-8Morgenthau, Henry Jr., 1946 335-9Na, 1946 335-10Ne-Nu, 1946 335-11N, 1947 335-12N, 1948-1949 335-13National Gallery of Art, 1946-1949 335-14National Gallery of Art - Board of Trustees 335-15National Gallery of Art - Retirement 335-16National Gallery of Art - Treasurer's Report, 1946 335-17National Gallery of Art - Treasurer's Report, 1947335-18O, 1946335-19O, 1947336-10, 1948-1949336-2Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1946336-3Pa-Pi, 1946336-4Pl-Py, 1946336-5Pa-Pl, 1947336-6Po-Pr, 1947336-7Pa-Pe, 1948-1949336-8Ph-Py, 1948-1949336-9Pearson, Drew336-10Photographs Autographed - A-H, 1946336-11Photographs Autographed - J-W, 1946 336-12Post Office, 1946337-1Q, 1946-1949337-2Ra, 1946337-3Re, 1946337-4Ri, 1946337-5Ro-Ry, 1946337-6R, 1947337-7Ra-Re, 1948-1949337-8Ri-Ry, 1948-1949337-9Roosevelt, Franklin D.337-10Sa-Sc, 1946337-11Se-Sl, 1946337-12Sm-So, 1946337-13St-Sy, 1946337-14Sa-Si, 1947338-1Sl-Sp, 1947 338-2St-Su, 1947 338-3Sa-Sc, 1948-l949338-4Se-Si, 1948-1949338-5Sm-Sp, 1948-1949 338-6St-Sy, 1948-1949 338-7Supreme Court, 1946 338-8Ta-Te, 1946 338-9Th-Tu, 1946 338-10T, 1947 338-11Ta-Th, 1948-1949 338-12Ti-Ty, 1948-1949 338-13Travel Vouchers 338-14Turner, Ervine338-15U, 1946338-16U, 1947338-16U, 1948-1949339-1V, 1946339-2V, 1947339-3Va, 1948-1949339-4Vi-Vo, 1948-1949339-5Vaidaman, James, 1946339-6Wa-We, 1946339-10Wh-Wi, 1946339-11Wo-Wr, 1946339-12Wa-We, 1947339-13Wh-Wo, 1947339-14Wa-We, 1948-1949339-15We-Wh, 1948-1949339-16Wi-Wy, 1948-1949339-17X,Y,Z, 1946-1947339-18X,Y,Z, 1948-1949339-19J. Russell Young School of Expression340-1A, 1950-1951340-2A, 1952-1953340-3American Bar Association 340-4American Legion - Distinguished Service Medal, 1947340-5American Red Cross, 1947340-6Appointments, 1950-1951340-7Appointments, 1952-1953340-8Articles, 1946340-9Atlantic Union Community340-10Autographs Declined340-11Autographs Sent - A-E, 1946-1953341-1Autographs Sent - F-K, 1946-1953 341-2Autographs Sent - L-R, 1946-1953 341-3Autographs Sent - S-Z, 1946-1953341-4Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, A-F341-5Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, F-K341-6Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, L-P341-7Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, R-S341-8Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, T-Z341-9Autographs - Requests Pending - Stamps or Return Envelopes Enclosed, A-J341-10Autographs - Requests Pending - Stamps or Return Envelopes Enclosed, K-P 341-11Autographs - Requests Pending - Stamps or Return Envelopes Enclosed, R-Z342-1Autographs Requests, Miscellaneous, A-M 342-2Autographs Requests, Miscellaneous, N-Y 342-3Autographs - Requests Pending School Children342-4Autographs - Requests Pending - School Children - No Stamps 342-5Autographs - Stamps - First Day covers342-6Ba-Ba, 1950-1951 342-7Br-By, 1950-1951342-8Ba-Bl, 1952-1953342-9Bo-By, 1952-1953342-10Ballots342-11Ca-Cl, 1950-1951342-12Co-Cu, 1950-1951343-1Ca-Ci, 1952-1953343-2Cl-Cu, 1952-1953343-3Calendar Sheets 343-4Calling Cards 343-5Cardoza Memorial Award 343-6Cartoons343-7Centre College,, January-February, 1950343-8Centre College,, March-April, 1950 343-9Centre College, May-June, 1950 343-10Centre College, July-September, l950 343-11Centre College, October-December, 1950344-1Centre College,, January-April, 1951 344-2Centre College, May-June, 1951 344-3Centre College, July-December, 1951 344-4Centre College,, January-March, 1952 344-5Centre College, April-June, 1952 344-6Centre College, July-December, 1952 344-7Centre College,, January-March, 1953 344-8Centre College, April-May, l953 344-9Centre College, June-August, 1953 344-10Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1950 344-11Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1951 344-12Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1952345-1Clubs and Organizations - CAR (Children of American Revolution) DAR (Daughters of American Revolution) SAR(Sons of American Revolution) 345-2Clubs and Organizations - Hall of Fame: Susan B. Anthony, William Crawford Goylas, Jackson and Westinghouse, Miscellaneous Endorsements 345-3Clubs and Organizations - Kentucky Research Foundation, 1946-1949 345-4Clubs and Organizations - Kentucky Research Foundation, 1950-1953 345-5Clubs and Organizations - Legal 345-6Clubs and Organizations Miscellaneous, A-B 345-7Clubs and Organizations Miscellaneous, C-K345-8Clubs and Organizations Miscellaneous, L-N 345-9Clubs and Organizations Miscellaneous, S-W 345-10Clubs and Organizations - Community Chest346-1Contributions Declined346-2Contributions Given346-3Credit Application346-4Da-Di, 1950-1951346-5Do-Du, 1950-1951346-6Da-De, 1952-1953346-7Di-Du, 1952-1953346-8Deep Freeze346-9Dixon, Mrs. Robert346-10Doctors of Law Accepted346-11Doctors of Law Declined346-12E, 1950-1951347-1E, 1952-1953347-2Fa-Fe, 1950-1951347-3Fi-Fu, 1950-1951347-4F, 1952-1953347-5Fraternities347-6Ga-Gi, 1950-1951347-7Gl-Gu, 1950-1951347-8G, 1952-1953347-9Gifts and Greetings - Anniversary and Birthday, 1947-1949 347-10Gifts and Greetings - Anniversary and Birthday, 1950-1951 347-11Gifts and Greetings - Anniversary and Birthday, 1952-1953348-1Gifts Received,, January-February, 1950348-2Gifts Received,, March-May, 1950348-3Gifts Received, June-September, 1950348-4Gifts Received, October-December, 1950349-1Gifts Received, 1951349-2Gifts Received, 1952-1953349-3Groner, D.L., 1938-1943349-4Groner, D.L., 1944-1952349-5Ha-He, 1950-1951 349-6Hi-Hy, 1950-1951 349-7H, 1952-1953 349-8I, 1950-1951 349-9I, 1952-1953349-10Inauguration, 1952 349-11International Bank, 1950-1951349-12International Bank, 1952-1953350-1J, 1950-1951350-2J, 1952-1953350-3K, 1950-1951350-4K, 1952-1953350-5L, 1950-1951351-1L, 1952-1953351-2Library of Congress Books 351-3Library of Congress Concerts351-4M, 1950 351-5M, 1951 351-6M, 1952 351-7M, 1953 351-8Mc, 1950-1951 352-1Mc, 1952-1953352-2Medal for Merit352-3N, 1950-1951352-4N, 1952-1953352-50, 1950-1951 352-6O, 1952-1953 352-7Pa-Pe, 1950-1951352-8Ph-Pu, 1950-1951 352-9P, 1952-1953 352-10Parade352-11Photographs (To be Supplied by Recipients)352-12Photographs Autographed, A-C352-13Photographs Autographed, D-K 352-14Photographs Autographed, L-P 352-15Photographs Autographed, R-Z353-1Photograph Requests Declined, A-G353-2Photograph Requests Declined, H-M 353-3Photograph Requests Declined, N-Z 353-4Photographs General, 1946-1949 353-5Photographs General, 1950-1953 353-6Personal Biography 353-7The President Dwight D. Eisenhower 353-8The President Franklin D. Roosevelt 353-9The President: Speeches and Statements 353-10The President Harry S Truman 353-11The President Log Trip to Key West and Orlando, Florida354-1The President - Truman - Log of the Eighth Visit to Key West 354-2The President - Truman - Log of the Tenth Visit to Key West 354-3Prichard, Edward F.354-4R, 1950-1951354-5R, 1952-1953354-6Sa-Sl, 1950-1951354-7Sm-Sy, 1950-1951354-8S, 1952-1953 355-1Speeches and Statements sent to Chief Justice, 1952355-2Speeches and Statements sent to Chief Justice, 1953355-3Sponsorship, 1947-1951355-4Sponsorship, 1952-1953355-5Subscriptions355-6T, 1950-1951355-7Ta-Th, 1952-1953355-8Ti-Ty, 1952-1953355-9Truman Library356-1U, 1950-1951356-2Va-Ve, 1950-1951356-3Vi-Vo, 1950-1951356-4V, 1952-1953356-5Vinson - Appointments to office356-6Vinson - Biographies approved for Who's Who 356-7Vinson - Biographical Sketches 356-8Vinson, Chief justice - Nomination - Oath, Swearing In 356-9Vinson Day at Louisa, Kentucky, July 11, 1951 356-10Vinson Family Genealogy 356-11Vinson - Kornutzer's "Books on Famous Fathers and Sons"356-12Vinson Memorial Service, September 10, 1953 356-13Vinson, Mrs. Fred M. - Invitations and Acceptances, 1945-1947356-14Vinson, Mrs. Fred M. - Thank You Letters; Illness 1952356-15Vinson for President Letters, 1950-1952357-1Vinson Retirement 357-2Vinson - Travel Vouchers 357-3Vinson - Trip to Moscow - Rumors on appointment as Secretary of State357-4Wa-We, 1950-1951357-5Wh-Wy, 1950-1951357-6Wa-We, 1952-1953357-7Wh-Wy, 1952-1953357-8Wardman Park Hotel Lease 357-9Washington & Lee University357-10X,Y,Z, 1950-1953 358-1Vinson, Fred M. Jr., 1942-1945358-2Vinson, Fred M. Jr., 1946-1953 (Restricted)358-3Vinson, James R., 1945-1950358-4Vinson, James R., 1951-1953358-5Vinson, Miss Lou, 1938-1953358-6Vinson, Robert W., 1939-1953358-7Vinson, Robert W., Sympathy LettersSECTION II Condolences359-1A 359-2B 359-3C 359-4D 359-5E-F 359-6G 359-7Ha-He 359-8Hi-Hu 359-9I-J 359-10K 359-11L359-12Mc359-13M360-1N 360-2O-P360-3Q-R 360-4Sa-Sm360-5Sn-Sz360-6T360-7U-V360-8W360-9X,Y,Z360-10No addressSECTION III Congratulatory Letters and Telegrams361Bound volumes - Congratulatory Letters, 1938 - Associate Justice of U.S. Court of Appeals362Bound volumes - Congratulatory Letters, 1943 - Director of Economic Stabilization363-1Congratulatory Letters - A-C, 1945363-2Congratulatory Letters - D-H, 1945363-3Congratulatory Letters - I-Mc, 1945363-4Congratulatory Letters - M-N, 1945363-5Congratulatory Letters - 0-R, 1945364Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - A-C Vol. I365Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - D-J Vol. II366Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - K-0 Vol. III367Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - R-Z Vol. IV368-1Congratulations - Chief Justice - A368-2Congratulations - Chief Justice - Ba-Bi368-3Congratulations - Chief Justice - Bl-By368-4Congratulations - Chief Justice - Ca-Ci368-5Congratulations - Chief Justice - Co-Cu368-6Congratulations - Chief Justice - D368-7Congratulations - Chief Justice - E368-8Congratulations - Chief Justice - F368-9Congratulations - Chief Justice - G368-10Congratulations - Chief Justice - H369-1Congratulations - Chief Justice - I-J369-2Congratulations - Chief Justice - K369-3Congratulations - Chief Justice - L369-4Congratulations - Chief Justice - Mc369-5Congratulations - Chief Justice - M369-6Congratulations - Chief Justice - N-0369-7Congratulations - Chief Justice - P369-8Congratulations - Chief Justice - Q-R369-9Congratulations - Chief Justice - Sa-Sh370-1Congratulations - Chief Justice - Si-Sz370-2Congratulations - Chief Justice - T370-3Congratulations - Chief Justice - U-V 370-4Congratulations - Chief Justice - W-ZSECTION IV Invitations371-1Invitations A, 1938-1944371-2Invitations - B-E, 1938-1944371-3Invitations - F-G, 1938-1944371-4Invitations - H-J, 1938-1944371-5Invitations - K-M, 1938-l944371-6Invitations - N-P, 1938-1944371-7Invitations - R-T, 1938-1944371-8Invitations - U-W, 1938-1944372-1Invitations, 1945372-2Invitations Accepted,, March-December, 1945372-3Invitations Declined,, March-August, 1945372-4Invitations Declined, November-December, 1945372-5Invitations to Speak, July-September, 1945372-6Invitations to Speak, October-December, 1945373-1Invitations,, January-February, 1946373-2Invitations,, March-May, 1946373-3Invitations, June-December, 1946373-4Invitations,, January-June, 1947373-5Invitations, July-December, 1947373-6Invitations, 1948373-7Invitations,, January-May, 1949373-8Invitations, June-December, 1949373-9Invitations Accepted,, January-February, 1946373-10Invitations Accented,, March-May 1946373-11Invitations Accepted, June-September, 1946373-12Invitations Accepted, October-December, 1946374-1Invitations Accepted,, January-March, 1947 374-2Invitations Accepted, April-May, 1947 374-3Invitations Accepted, June-September, 1947 374-4Invitations Accepted, October-December, 1947 374-5Invitations Accepted,, January-March, 1948 374-6Invitations Accepted, April-August, 1948 374-7Invitations Accepted, September-December, 1948 374-8Invitations Accepted,, January-February, 1949 374-9Invitations Accepted,, March- April, 1949 374-10Invitations Accepted, May-September, 1949374-11Invitations Accepted, October-December, 1949374-12Invitations Accepted (Ashland Junior Chamber of Commerce) 374-13Invitations Accepted (Chicago: Army Day Celebration) 374-14Invitations Accented (Derby Day, 1946) 374-15Invitations Accepted (Falmouth, 1946) 374-16Invitations Accepted (Falmouth, 1946)375-1Invitations Accepted (Mrs. Mesta - Newport) 375-2Invitations Regretted,, January, 1946 375-3Invitations Regretted,, February, 1946375-4Invitations Regretted,, March, 1946375-5Invitations Regretted, April, 1946375-6Invitations Regretted, May, 1946 375-7Invitations Regretted, June-August, 1946 375-8Invitations Regretted, September-October, 1946 375-9Invitations Regretted, November-December, 1946 375-10Invitations Regretted,, January-February, 1947 375-11Invitations Regretted,, March, 1947 375-12Invitations Regretted, April, 1947 375-13Invitations Regretted, May, 1947 375-14Invitations Regretted, June, 1947 375-15Invitations Regretted, July-August, 1947376-1Invitations Regretted, September-October, 1947 376-2Invitations Regretted, November-December, 1947376-3Invitations Regretted,, January, 1948376-4Invitations Regretted,, February, 1948376-5Invitations Regretted,, March, 1948376-6Invitations Regretted, April, 1948376-7Invitations Regretted, May-June, 1948 376-8Invitations Regretted, July-August, 1948376-9Invitations Regretted, September-October, 1948376-10Invitations Regretted, November-December, l948376-11Invitations Regretted,, January, l949376-12Invitations Regretted,, February, 1949376-13Invitations Regretted,, March, 1949376-14Invitations Regretted, April, 1949376-15Invitations Regretted, May, 1949377-1Invitations Regretted, June-July, l949377-2Invitations Regretted, August, 1949377-3Invitations Regretted, September, l949377-4Invitations Regretted, October, 1949377-5Invitations Regretted, November-December, 1949377-6Invitations to Speak,, January-February, 1946377-7Invitations to Speak,, March-April, 1946377-8Invitations to Speak, May-June, 1946377-9Invitations to Speak, July-August, 1946377-10Invitations to Speak, September-October, 1946377-11Invitations to Speak, November-December, 1946377-12Invitations to Speak,, January-March, 1947377-13Invitations to Speak, April-June, 1947377-14Invitations to Speak, July-August, 1947377-15Invitations to Speak, September-October, 1947378-1Invitations to Speak, November-December, 1947378-2Invitations to Speak, January-February, 1948 378-3Invitations to Speak, March-April, 1948 378-4Invitations to Speak, May-July, 1948 378-5Invitations to Speak, August-October, 1948378-6Invitations to Speak, November-December, 1948378-7Invitations to Speak,, January-February, 1949 378-8Invitations to Speak,, March-May, 1949 378-9Invitations to Speak, June-August, 1949 378-10Invitations to Speak, September-December, 1949379-1Invitations,, January-June, 1950 379-2Invitations, July-December, 1950 379-3Invitations, 1951 379-4Invitations, 1952 379-5Invitations, 1953 379-6Invitations Accepted, 1951 379-7Invitations Accepted,, January-May, 1952 380-1Invitations Accepted, June-December, 1952 380-2Invitations Accepted,, January-April, 1953 380-3Invitations Accepted, May-September, 1953 380-4Invitations Accepted (American Bar Association Meeting, 1950) 380-5Invitations Accepted (Conference on State Chief Justices) 380-6Invitations Regretted,, January, 1950380-7Invitations Regretted,, February, 1950380-8Invitations Regretted,, March, 1950 380-9Invitations Regretted, April, 1950 380-10Invitations Regretted, May-June, 1950 380-11Invitations Regretted, July-September, 1950380-12Invitations Regretted, October-November, 1950 380-13Invitations Regretted, December, 1950 380-14Invitations Regretted,, January-March, 1951381-1Invitations Regretted, April-August, 1951 381-2Invitations Regretted, September-December, 1951 381-3Invitations Regretted,, January-February, 1952 381-4Invitations Regretted,, March-May, 1952 381-5Invitations Regretted, June-September, 1952 381-6Invitations Regretted, October-December, 1952 381-7Invitations Regretted,, January-March, 1953 381-8Invitations Regretted, April-September, 1953382-1Invitations to Speak,, January-February, 1950382-2Invitations to Speak,, March-April, 1950382-3Invitations to Speak, May-August, 1950382-4Invitations to Speak, September-December, 1950382-5Invitations to Speak, 1951382-6Invitations to Speak, 1952382-7Invitations to Speak,, January-April, 1953382-8Invitations to Speak, May-August, 1953383-1Invitations,, January-June, 1947383-2Invitations, July-December, 1947383-3Invitations, 1948383-4Invitations, 1949 383-5Invitations, 1950-1951384-1Invitations, 1952384-2Invitations Accepted, 1947384-3Invitations Accepted, 1948-1949384-4Invitations Accepted, 1950 384-5Invitations Accepted, 1951384-6Invitations Accepted, 1952 384-7Invitations Accepted, l953385-1Invitations - Miscellaneous 385-2Invitations - Mrs. Vinson, 1947 385-3Invitations - Mrs. Vinson, 1948-1949 385-4Invitations - Mrs. Vinson, 1950-1951 385-5Invitations - Mrs. Vinson, 1952-1953386-1Invitations Regretted, 1947386-2Invitations Regretted, 1948-1949386-3Invitations Regretted, January-April, 1950386-4Invitations Regretted, May-August, 1950386-5Invitations Regretted, October-December, 1950387-1Invitations Regretted, January-March, 1951387-2Invitations Regretted, April-June, 1951387-3Invitations Regretted, July-December, 1951387-4Invitations Regretted, 1952387-5Invitations Regretted, 1953387-6Social Calendars388-1Social Calls Returned, 1948388-2Social Calls Returned, 1950388-3Social Calls Returned, 1953Speech File (Section XVII), 1924-1953Boxes 389-396 The Speech File, consisting of eight boxes and covering the years 1924 to 1953 is arranged in chronological order. The date, title, place, and subject of each speech is recorded. In the later years of the file general correspondence concerning the particular speech appears. 389-1February 16, 1924 - Speech before the House of Representatives in oppositon to Secretary Mellon's tax-reduction bill. .389-2April11, 1924 - Defense of Kentucky Speech in the House Military Affairs Committee. Vinson's retort to criticism of Kentucky by Representatives Celler and LaGuardia of New York. .389-3April11, 1924 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record where Vinson favors the proposed Immigration Restriction Bill of 1924, 68th Cong., lst Sess., pp. 6117-6121. .389-4May, 1924 - Comparison of the Kentucky Derby to the 1924 presidential race. Vinson views Coolidge's attempt to win the West in terms of the recently run Kentucky Derby. .389-5June18, 1924 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record where Vinson opposes Secretary Mellon's tax-exempt Securities Bill, 68th Cong., lst Sess., pp. 11499-11501. .389-6June, 1925 - Commencement Address to Louisa High School, Louisa, Kentucky. Obligation of graduates to Continue to improve their lives in the American tradition. .389-7May, 1926 - Commencement Address to Carter County High School, Grayson, Kentucky. Obligation of graduates to continue to improve their lives in the American tradition. .389-8July12, 1926 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record in which Vinson calls for a geological survey of Mammoth Cave, 69th Cong., 1st Sess., pp. 13065-13066. .389-9November, 1926 - Speech by Vinson in praise of Fifth District Democrats for helping Alben W. Barkley in U.S. Senate race, Louisville, Kentucky. .389-101927 - Speech on the historical background and enduring quality of the U.S. Constitution. (No location) .389-111927 - Speech in support of J.C.W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for governor. (No location) Plan for Democrats to close their ranks after a bitter primary election fight. .389-121927 - Gubernatorial campaign speech for the Democratic nominee, J.C.W. Beckham. (No Location). Strong criticsm of the state and national Republican organization. .389-131927 - Speech in support of J.C.W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for governor, Elliott County. Plea for Democrats to close their ranks after a bitter primary election fight. .389-141927 - Partial speech in favor of J.C.W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for governor, Henry County. .389-151927 - Resolution of respect for James H. Woods, a deceased Mason, drawn up by Vinson at Louisa, Kentucky. .389-161927 - Outline of a speech for the 1927 gubernatorial campaign. (No location) .389-17March2, 1927 - Remark in the Congressional Record concerning the establishment of Veteran's Hospitals, 69th Cong., 2nd Sess., p. 5307. .389-18May17, 1927 - District Parent-Teachers meeting, Greenup, Kentucky. Discusses the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. .389-19May30, 1927 - Memorial Day Address, Cynthiana, Kentucky. Patriotic glorification of American overseas war efforts in the Spanish-American War and World War One. .389-20September, 1927 - Welcome address to the Fair and Home-Coming of Lawrence County, Louisia, Kentucky. Praises the virtues of Kentucky. .389-211928 - Electioneering procedures for support of Alfred E. Smith, Democratic presidential nominee of 1928. (No location) Special emphasis placed on women contributing to the Democratic party's effort at the local level. .389-22March10, 1928 - Speech before the House of Representatives in favor of a proposed Lame-Duck amendment to the Constitution. .389-23March12, 1929 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record in which Vinson assesses his accomplishments after five years in Congress, 70th Cong., 2nd Sess., P. 5328 (Appendix). .389-24January 30, 1931 - Speech concerning Vinson's relationship with Morehead State Teacher's College, Morehead, Kentucky. Vinson tells student body to follow the lead of the Board of Regents. .389-25December18, 1931 - Congressional speech by Vinson in opposition to President Herbert Hoover's foreign- debt moratorium executive agreement, 72nd Cong., 1st Sess. .389-261932 - Incomplete congressional speech concerning foreign tax credits that is critical of the foreign tax credit policies of the Republicans. .389-271932 - Statement on President Herbert Hoover's proposed budget of 1932. .389-281932 - Speech critical of President Herbert Hoover's proposed increase of the tax on tobacco. Critical of Republican economic policies, specifically, the proposed increase of the tax on tobacco. .389-29May3, 1932 - Congressional speech concerning the proposed Economy Bill of 1932, 72nd Cong., lst Sess., pp. 9781-0783, Congressional Record. .389-30June14, l932 - Congressional debate over the payment of Adjusted Compensation Certificates to Veterans, 72nd Cong., lst. Sess., pp. 12317-20, 29, 34, Congressional Record. Vinson in favor of increased Veteran Bonus Benefits. .389-31July12, 1932 - Statement by Representative McDuffie (Alabama) in the Congressional Record in praise of Vinson's recent radio speech concerning taxation, 72nd Cong., lst Sess., p. 12593. .389-32July18, 1932 - Speech in the Congressional Record concerning the Glass-Borah Currency vs. Owen Bonus Currency, 72nd Cong., lst Sess., p. 16230. .389-33October11, 1932 - Speech concerning taxation delivered before the Annual Convention of the American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, Louisville, Kentucky. Speech reviewing Vinson's Congressional proposal to create a committee to investigate the duplication and waste of Federal and State tax burdens. .389-34June15, 1934 - Speech in Congress assessing his strong support of New Deal measures, 73rd Cong., 2nd Sess. .389-35June15, 1934 - Speech in Congress in support of his proposed tobacco reduction bill, 73rd Cong., 2nd Sess. .389-361935 Chandler-Rhea Democratic gubernatorial primary speech. (No location) Vinson supports John Rhea. .389-371935 - Speech in support of A.B. "Happy" Chandler, Democratic nominee for governor. (No location) Plea for party unity after a bitter Democratic primary election, and support of Franklin Roosevelt's domestic programs. .389-38March5, 1935 - Statement before the House Ways and Means Committee concerning the Vinson Bill (payment of adjusted service certificates) Government Printing Office, Washington. Statement in favor of payment of adjusted service certificates to veterans. .389-39April17, 1935 - Speech on the constitutionality of the proposed Social Security Bill, 74th Cong., 1st Sess. Vigorous support by Vinson of the constitutionality of the proposed Social Security Bill..390-1January 30, 1938 - Speech on radio station WOR concerning the proposed Corporate Tax rates, New York City. Appeal to increase corporate tax rates in order to provide a more equitable tax system. .390-2January 31, 1938 - Speech on radio station WOR concerning the proposed Tax Bill of 1938, New York City. Vinson debates Representative Allen T. Treadway (Rep-Massachusetts) concerning the Administrations proposed Tax Bill of 1938. .390-3March3, 1938 - Speech in the Congressional Record by Vinson concerning the Tax Bill of l938, 75th Cong., 3rd Sess. pp. 3722-3711. Vinson replies to minority report of the House Ways and Means Committee disapproval of the New Tax Bill of 1938. .390-4March6, 1938 - Discussion over radio station WJSV concerning the provisions of the proposed New Tax Bill of 1938, Washington. Vinson vigorously defends the New Tax Bill as equitable to all classes. .390-5March6, 1938 - Speech over the CBS radio network concerning the New Tax Bill of 1938, Washington. .390-6April4, 1941 - Dedication speech of Greenup Courthouse concerning the courts and justice, Greenup, Kentucky. The individual and justice in the court system. .390-7May28, 1941 - Commencement address to Louisa High School, Louisa, Kentucky. Graduates future in war-expectant American society. .390-8December8,1942 - Speech concerning the problems and practice of the U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals delivered, before the regional war meeting of the American Bar Association, New York City. The relationship of the Emergency Court of Appeals to the Price Control Act of 1942. .390-9January 12, 1943 - Speech before the District of Columbia Bar Association concerning the practice of the Emergency Court of Appeals, Washington. .390-10July8, 1943 - Speech on the CBS radio network discussing inflation, Washington. Need of every American to curb inflation in order to insure economic stabilization. .390-11July14, 1943 - Speech on the NBC radio network discussing inflation, Washington. Duty of every American to curb inflation. .390-12July31, 1943 - Speech at the dedication of the Red Cross Blood Donors Center, Washington. Plan for more blood donors to help the war effort. .390-13September12, 1943 - Radio interview with Ernest K. Lindley concerning Vinson's role as Director of Economic Stabilization. (No location) Efforts by Vinson to achieve price stabilization. .390-14September17, 1943 - Speech before the Southern Combed Yarn Spinners Association concerning the need to fight inflation on the home front, Charlotte, North Carolina. Battle against inflation shows signs of success (enclosed is the Annual Report of the Southern Combed Yarn Spinners Association). .390-15September25, 1943 - Speech concerning the progress of the Third War Loan Drive, Washington. .390-16October7, 1943 - Speech over the NBC radio network reviewing the nation's economy under one year of the Stabilization Act, Washington. .390-17October20, 1943 - Speech before the Washington Board of Trade concerning subsidies as a means to Promote economic stabilization, Washington. .390-18November4, 1943 - Speech before the Investment Bankers Association of America concerning wartime tax policy, New York City. .390-19November4, 1943 - Correspondence concerning Vinson's Investment Bankers Association speech, New York City..391-11943-1944 - Speech Material.391-2January 11, 1944 - Speech by Bolith J. Laws, Judge on the U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals, concerning the work of the Court delivered before the District of Columbia Bar Association of Washington, Washington. Practice of the Emergency Court of Appeals..391-3April1, 1944 - Speech before the Federal Bar Association concerning wartime economic stability and prospects for the future, Washington. Attempts to stabilize the national economy in order to avoid a postwar economic collapse..391-4April19, 1944 - Speech before the Wharton School of Finance concerning, the war on inflation, Philadelphia. Prospects for post-war inflation. .391-5May, 30, 1944 - Speech before the Surgeons of the Southern Railway System concerning the administration's successful fight against inflation, Winston Salem, North Carolina. Vinson praises the efforts of the administration and the people to produce for war without suffering from the disease of severe inflation..391-6July15, 1944 - Report to the executive session of the Bretton Woods Conference concerning the country's quotas in the International Monetary Fund, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Vinson argues for an increase in quota for the International Monetary Fund..391-7July20, 1944 - Speech before the Bretton Woods Conference concerning the limit to which the United States would approve the funding quota of the International Monetary Fund, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Vinson seconds Lord Keynes motion to limit the monetary fund to $8.8 billion..391-8July22, l944 - Statement at the Bretton Woods Conference concerning Secretary of State Cordell Hull's announcement of the forthcoming conversations on an international security organization, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Post-war world security organization..391-9March15, 1945 - Vinson press conference concerning his duties as newly appointed Federal Loan Administrator, Washington. Vinson discusses his new job as Federal Loan Administrator and the administration's goal of providing loans to business in order to promote postwar full employment..391-10April3, 1945 - Address at testimonial dinner honoring Associate Justice Hugo Black, Washington..391-11May6, 1945 - Federal government policy in regard to celebrating victory over Germany, Washington..391-12May9, 1945 - Vinson press conference concerning the mobilization of the economy for a quick defeat of Japan, Washington. Total war mobilization effort against Japan..391-13May18, 1945 - Speech at the Sixth Judicial Circuit Conference, Washington. Discussion of the law in war and peace..391-14May28, 1945 - Commencement address before Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. What the graduate faces..391-15May30, 1945 - Memorial Day address at Arlington National Cemetery, Washington. Memorial Day appeal on the future of the post-war world. .391-16June3, 1945 - Text of a letter from Director Vinson, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, to Senator Robert F. Wagner, Chairman, Senate Banking and Currency Committee, concerning the Full Employment Bill..391-17June15, 1945 - Statement before the House Banking and Currency Committee concerning the renewal of the Stabilization Act..391-18June29, 1945 - Vinson press conference concerning his agency's regular three month report to Congress and the President, Washington. .391-19July25, 1945 - Speech before the Variety Clubs of American National Humanitarian Award dinner in honor of Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of penicillin, Washington. Contribution of Sir Alexander Fleming to the war effort..391-20August11,1945 - Panel discussion concerning America's post-war economic aims presented by the American Broadcasting Company in cooperation with the Committee for Economic Development, Washington. Jobs after victory analysis..391-21August19, 1945 - Speech before the Quiz Kids radio program concerning the Victory Loan drive, Chicago..391-22August31, 1945 - Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency on the Full Employment Bill. .391-23September, 1945 - Script for eight war loan films, Washington. Victory loan..391-24September3, 1945 - Labor Day Speech on need for sustained post-war American economic growth, Peoria, Illinois..392-1October15, 1945 - Statement before the Senate Finance Committee favoring slight interim tax reduction..392-2October20, 1945 - West Virginia Bar Association speech, Huntington, West Virginia, concerning the public's need to trust American leaders in post-war economic reconstruction. .392-3October28, 1945 - Radio broadcast concerning the launching of the Victory Loan drive, Washington..392-4October31, 1945 - Statement before the House Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, on the Full Employment Bill..392-5November1, 1945 - First Vinson Victory Loan speech at Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City..392-6November11, 1945 - Victory Bond Drive speech Atlanta, Georgia, encouraging support for Victory loan bonds in order to prevent post-war inflation..392-7November12, 1945 - Speech before the John Russell School of Expression. Dedication of a "Dumbarton" oak tree, Washington..392-8November20, 1945 - Speech before the American Legion concerning conversation on the economy from one of wartime to one of peacetime, Chicago..392-9November27, 1945 - Speech before the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and War Finance Committee Concerning the Victory Loan, Indianapolis, Indiana..392-10December1, 1945 - Annual meeting of the D.C. Bar Association, Washington. General assessment of the Truman Administration's various attempts to insure post-war economic security..392-11December10, 1945 - Statement before the House Treasury subcommittee on Appropriations concerning estimates of appropriations of the Treasury Department for the 1947 fiscal year..392-12December14, 1945 - Off the record speech before the National Press Club concerning the Proposed British loan, Washington..392-131946 - Newspaper Womens reception for the Trumans. (No location) .392-141946 - Speeches before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee concerning the British loan. Necessity of the British loan for American economic security and international stability..392-15January, 1946 - United Kingdom Loan - Questions and Answers. Printed Treasury Department document concerning the merits of the proposed Anglo-American Financial Agreement..392-16January 5, 1946 - Testimonial speech in honor of Sam Rayburn, Dallas, Texas. Speech in praise of Sam Rayburn's many Congressional accomplishments..393-1January 9, 1946 - Speech before the American Academy of Political and Social Science concerning the benefits of the proposed British loan, Philadelphia. Plea to end economic nationalism and thereby promote a stable international order. Majority of the speech concerns the benefits of the proposed loan to the United Kingdom..393-2January 12, 1946 - Panel discussion by Secretary Vinson and Dean Acheson concerning the British loan, Washington. NBC network broadcast in a series entitled Our Foreign Policy..393-3January 24, 1946 - Speech on proposed British loan before the North Carolina Press Institute at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, concerning the proposed financial loan between the United States and the United Kingdom..393-4January 31, 1946 - Speech before the Baltimore Association of Commerce calling for the extension of the Stabilization Act, Baltimore, Maryland. Plea for extension of the Stabilization Act in order to prevent vast post-war inflation..393-5February 6, 1946 - Vinson and Will L. Clayton discuss on radio station WINX the proposed British loan, New York City..393-6February 11, 1946 - Extemporaneous speech at former Georgia representative Robert Ramspeck's testimonial dinner, Washington..393-7February 12, 1946 - Speech before the American Advertising Council concerning the role played by savings bonds in the fight against inflation, and the need for continuing support from the advertising industry, Washington..393-8February 15, 1946 - Extemporaneous speech at the Stetson Banker's dinner, New York City..393-9March5, 1946 - Vinson's Testimony before Senate Banking and Currency Committee concerning the proposed loan to the United Kingdom. There are a series of Trade and Financial Statistics which accompany the testimony..393-10March8, 1946 - Address by Peter Roe Nugent, Mayor of Savannah, at the opening plenary Session of the World Fund and Bank at Savannah, Georgia. Welcoming of delegates to the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank..393-11March8, 1946 - Radio broadcast explaining the reasons and purposes of the world-wide Monetary Conference at Savannah, Georgia, by Vinson, Lord Keynes of England, Mr. Mendes of France, and Mr. T.L. Soong of China, Savannah, Georgia..393-12March9, 1946 - Address before the Savannah Chamber of Commerce concerning the purpose of the world-wide Monetary Conference, Savannah, Georgia..393-13March9, 1946 - Address of welcome to the delegates of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-14March9, 1946 - Message from President Truman to the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank, Savannah, Georgia..393-15March9, 1946 - Address by Dr. J.V. Mladek, chairman of the Czechoslovak delegation to the Savannah Conference, at the opening plenary session of the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-16March9, 1946 - Address by Hsi Te-Mou of China at the opening plenary session of the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank, Savannah, Georgia..393-17March9, 1946 - Address by Pierre Mendes-France, alternate governor of the World Bank, at the opening plenary session of the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-18March18, 1946 - Speech by Chintaman Deshukh of India at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-19March18, 1946 - Speech by Edward Drozniak, chairman of the Polish delegation, at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-20March18, 1946 - Speech by Lord Keynes at the closing session of the Savannah Conference praising Vinson's chairmanship, Savannah, Georgia..393-21March18, 1946 - Speech by Orlos Monteros of Peru at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-22March18, 1946 - Speech by Ahmed Zaki Rey Saad of Egypt at the closing plenary session of thn World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-23March18, 1946 - Speech by Emilis Toro of Columbia at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-24March18, 1946 - Speech by Graham F. Towers of Canada at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-25March18, 1946 - Speech by Vinson at the closing session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia..393-26March19, 1946 - Dr. Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros, Governor for Mexico of the World Fund and Bank, and Secretary Vinson discuss the recently adjourned meeting at Savannah, Georgia of the Board of Governors of the International Monetary Fund and the World rank on WTOP radio station, Washington. .393-27March23, 1946 - Jackson's Day Speech, Louisville, Kentucky. Praiseworthy accomplishments of the Democratic Party during the New Deal and early Truman years. Emphasis on the proposed British loan and the International Monetary Fund and World Bank as sources of post-war economic security..394-1March27, 1946 - Statement before House Banking and Currency Committee concerning the extension of the Stabilization Act..394-2March29, 1946 - Speech before Buffalo Chamber of Commerce concerning the Anglo-American loan, Buffalo, New York. The impact of the proposed British Loan on American economic recovery and the creation of a stable post-war economic order..394-3April6, 1946 - Jackson Day speech, St. Louis. Praiseworthy accomplishments of the Democratic Party, the need to wage a total peace in the post-war world, especially through economic cooperation..394-4April23, 1946 - Public Debt limit - Statement before Senate Finance Committee favoring a lower public debt. Vinson's statement to Senate Finance Committee is the cause of its consideration of Senator Byrd's bill to reduce the public debt limit..394-5April24, 1946 - Extemporaneous speech before the Kentuckians Society, New York City. .394-6May3, 1946 - Speech before the Texas State Society honoring Attorney General Tom C. Clark, Washington..394-7May7, 1946 - Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency concerning price control and continuation of the OPA..394-8May14, 1946 - Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency concerning the British loan. British loan essential for free international trade which is vital to American economic security..394-9May18, 1946 - Address upon initiation into Washington and Lee's college chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Lexington, Virginia..394-10May23, 1946 - Speech before the Tennessee Banker's Association concerning the sustaining of post-war economic growth and international economic cooperation, Memphis, Tennessee..394-11June7, 1946 - Commencement address at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. Challenge of the future..394-12June15, 1946 - Speech on the ABC radio network concerning the Savings Bond program, Washington. Need of savings bonds to achieve final economic victory in the post-war nation..394-13October1, 1946 - Statement before the House Ways and Means Committee concerning the structure of peacetime taxes. There are estimated expenditure and income charts which accompany the testimony..394-14January 31, 1947 - Outline of a speech given in honor of Sam Rayburn..394-15April17, 1947 - Outline of a speech dedicating the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, regarding the Individual and the law..394-16May12, 1947 - Speech honoring James F. Byrnes before the Variety Club of Southern California, Los Angeles. Receipt by James F. Byrnes of the Variety's Clubs Humanitarian Award..395-1September22, 1947 - Speech before the American Bar Association concerning the threat of totalitarianism to democracy, Cleveland, Ohio. .395-2November28, 1947 - Freedom train speech concerning the timelessness of the Constitution, no place..395-31948 - Speech before the 80th Congress. Need for Congress to enact legislation to control the rising cost of living and meet the housing shortage. .395-4September4, 1948 - Outline of speech to Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Oxford, Ohio..395-5September17, 1948 - Speech at the opening convocation of the Bicentennial Year of Washington and Lee University concerning enduring qualities of our Constitution, Lexington, Virginia. The motivation of the founding fathers in writing the Constitution and a brief history of Washington and Lee University..395-6December17, 1948 - Short greetings at the presentation of the Wright Brothers' Aeroplane to the Smithsonian Institution, Washington..395-7July23, 1949 - Extemporaneous speech before the American Legion Convention, Lenior, North Carolina..395-8September6, 1949 - Speech before the American Bar Association Convention concerning the business of judicial administration, St. Louis. Speech before the Conference of State Chief Justices focusing on the need for judicial reform..395-9September7, 1949 - Speech before the American Bar Association Convention concerning the constituted functions of the Supreme Court, St. Louis. Reform of criminal trial and general Supreme Court procedure..395-10May13, 1950 - Speech before the Gridiron Club concerning love and unity in politics, Washington..395-11May18, 1950 - Speech before the American Law Institute reviewing the actions of the last session of the Supreme Court, Washington..395-12June, 1950 - Speech dedicating Alumni Memorial Building at Centre College, Danville, Kentucky..395-13June, 1950 - Speech before Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Centre College concerning the preservation of the American system, Danville, Kentucky. The American system meets the challenge in crisis times..396-1July4, 1951 - Speech over the CBS radio network commemorating the 175th Anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Washington. Preservation of the liberties embodied in the Declaration of Independence..396-2September17, 1951 - Speech at the Library of Congress marking the completion of measures for the preservation of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, Washington..396-3September20, 1951 - Brief speech introducing the Right Honorable Viscount Jowitt, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain before the American Bar Association annual dinner, New York City..396-4May9, 1952 - Speech at the dedication of the Andrew W. Mellon Memorial Foundation, Washington..396-5December15, 1952 - Speech at the ceremonies installing the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and Bill of Rights in the National Archives, Washington. The enduring qualities of these documents..396-6August27, 1953 - Speech introducing the Right Honorable Lord Simonds, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain before the American Bar Association annual dinner, Boston..Articles and Statements File (Section XIX), 1920-1953Boxes 397-400The Articles and Statements File consists of four boxes of articles and statements written on or by Vinson that covers the years 1943 to 1953. Material in the file is arranged alphabetically according to the subject of the article or statement of the magazine or newspaper in which the article or statement appeared. 397-1Articles on Vinson - American Federationist Message from AFL Green -, January, l944. 397-2Articles on Vinson - American Mercury - Kenneth Crawford and Gilbert Stewart - April, 1946..397-3Articles on Vinson - Banking - Award of Certificate of Merit to the ABA. -, January, 1946. 397-4Articles on Vinson - Courier-Journal - Articles on Secretary of the Treasury - June 24,1945..397-5Articles on Vinson - Courier-Journal - Article on the Supreme Court - March 2, 1947..397-6Articles on Vinson - Courier-Journal - Article on the Chief Justice by George Joseph - July 21, 1949..397-7Articles on Vinson - Finance - "What Vinson Thinks on Interest Rates" - September 10, l945..397-8Articles on Vinson - International Year Book Company -, January, 1946. 397-9Articles or Vinson - Kentucky - "Kentuckian Serve Nation as Economic Stabilizer" - Summer, 1943..397-10Articles on Vinson - Lexington Herald "Presidential Possibilities - Fred M. Vinson" by Thomas Underwood -, February 14, 1952. 397-11Articles on Vinson - Newsweek - September 20, 1943; October 1943; November 15, 1943; June 13, 1949..397-12Articles on Vinson - New York Times "Vinson: Politics Extraordinary" by John Crider - October 14, 1945..397-13Articles on Vinson - Parade - December 7, 1947..398-1Articles on Vinson - Peoria's Key to Newcomers - No date..398-2Articles on Vinson - PM - Article on Chief Justice by Kenneth Stewart - September 14, 1947..398-3Articles on Vinson - The Record - Secret Service July 31, 1945..398-4Articles on Vinson - Sun-Telegraph - Acceptance of Honorary Chairmanship Oratory Competition -, February 14, 1947. 398-5Articles on Vinson - Talks - Digest of Talks prepared by CBS - October, 1943..398-6Articles on Vinson - Taxes - The Tax Magazine October, 1943..398-7Articles on Vinson - U.S. News and World Report "Vinson and Eisenhower" - August 10, 1951..398-8Articles by Vinson - Anti-Inflation Bulletin (Insurance Companies) - 1944..398-9Articles by Vinson - American Magazine - Article for December, 1943 issue..398-10Articles by Vinson - Liberty Magazine - "How Wage Stabilization Benefits You" - November 27, 1943..398-11Articles by Vinson - Paper Pews Poster - Direct Advertising Magazine (Brad Stephens and Co.) December, 1943..398-12Articles by Vinson - Super Market Merchandising August, 1943..399-1Statements Given - American Red Cross -, January, 1947. 399-2Statements Given - Brandeis Convocation Celebrating his 9lst Birthday at the University of Louisville - November, 1947..399-3Statements Given - Bretton Woods Signing Ceremonies - December 27, 1945..399-4Statements Given - Collier - Year Book - 1945..399-5Statements Given - Coronet -, January 1 to December 31, 1946. 399-6Statements Given - Edgerton -, January 31, 1948. 399-7Statements Given - Judiciary Building Corner Stone Laying Ceremonies at Frankfort, Kentucky - November, 1947..399-8Statements Given - Labor Day Statements - September 3, 1944..399-9Statements Given - Murphy Article in Memorial issue of Michigan Law Review -, January, 1950. 399-10Statements Given - National Herald (Greek) October, 1946..399-11Statements Given - Omicron Delta Kappa - Article to be published in Circle - September, 1946..399-12Statements Given - OWMR - "From War to Peace" August, 1945..399-13Statements Given - OWMR - "Road to Tokyo" - July 1, 1945..399-14Statements Given - Radio Broadcast - 25th Anniversary - October, 1945..399-15Statements Given - Eleanor Roosevelt McCall's - "Golden Book of World Tributes to Mr. Roosevelt" - June, 1944..399-16Statements Given - Rutledge Article in Indiana Law Journal and Iowa Law Review - April, 1950..399-17Statements Given - Kimbrough Stone Law Review of the University of Kansas - October, 1947..399-18Statements Given - Dr. Thomas Walker Bi-Centennial Celebration - Barbourville, Kentucky - April 28, 1950..399-19Statements Requested - Affiliated Young Democrats Inc. - 1946..399-20Statements Requested - American Cancer Society April, 1946..399-21Statements Requested - Article on War and Postwar Fiscal Policy for the 1945 edition of the Army and Navy Journal - "United States at War" - 1945..399-22Statements Requested - Boy Scouts of America - 26th Anniversary - 1946..399-23Statements Requested - Commercial and Financial Chronicle - March 14, 1946..399-24Statements Requested - "The Democrat" - Memorial to F.D. Roosevelt - March, 1946..399-25Statements Requested - National Committee on Boys and Girls 4-H Club Work - March, 1946..399-26Statements Requested - Statement on Japanese Surrender by the Secretary of the Treasury - August 14, 1945..399-27Statements Requested - Labor Day edition - The Retail and Wholesale Employee - September, 1945..399-28Statements Requested - Labor Day edition - Labor Press Association for all labor publications August, 1945..399-29Statements Requested - Labor Day edition of Trade Union Courier - September, 1945..399-30Statements Requested - Statement for Movies - March, 1945..399-31Statements Requested - National Foreign Trade World - April 19, 1946..399-32Statements Requested - National Planning Association "Public Policy Digest" - October, 1945..399-33Statements Requested - Drew Pearson - Column - July, 1945..399-34Statements Requested - Peace and Prosperity through International Cooperation - Business Forum - Fulton National Bank - Atlanta, Georgia - August, 1945..399-35Statements Requested - Time-Life International April, 1946..399-36Statements Requested - Tenth Anniversary - United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Works of America - August, 1945..399-37Statements Requested - Washington Times Herald - Good Friday Observance - April, 1946..400-1Statements - Requests for Declined - 1946. .400-2Statements - Requests for Declined - 1947. .400-3Statements - Requests for Declined - 1948. .400-4Statements - Requests for Declined - 1949. .400-5Statements - Requests for Declined - 1950. .400-6Statements - Requests for Declined - 1951. .400-7Statements - Requests for Declined - 1952-1953..Newspaper Clipping File (Section XX), 1920-1953Boxes 401-418 The Newspaper Clipping File consists of eighteen boxes of material which is divided into two sections. This file vividly depicts Vinson's rising public career. Section one, consisting of the first two boxes, contains items from the 1920s to 1953. The remaining boxes contain bound volumes of mounted newspaper clippings from 1929 to 1952. The clippings are arranged in chronological order, except for bound volumes covering the years 1943 to 1953 which are arranged by topic and chronologically within the topic. 401-11920s.401-2Primary Election - 1924.401-3Early New Deal Years - 1932-1934.401-4Tobacco Tax - 1933-1934.401-51935.401-6Gubernatorial Election - 1935.401-71936.401-81938-1942.401-91943 .401-101944.401-111945.401-12Mrs. Fred Vinson Launching the "S.S. Victory Loan"- October 6, 1945 .401-131946 .401-141947 .401-151948-1949.402-1Rosenburg Case - 1953 .402-2January-February, 1953 .402-3March-April 1953.402-4May, 1953.402-5June-August, 1953.402-6September, 1953.403November1, 1929 to December 11, 1942.404-1Director of Economic Stabilization - May, 1943 .404-2Director of Economic Stabilization - June, 1943 .404-3Director of Economic Stabilization - July 1 to December 31, 1943.405Office of War Mobilization and Conversion - April 1, 1944 to April 31, 1945..406Secretary of the Treasury - Vol. 1 - June 24, 1945 to August 24, 1945..407Secretary of the Treasury - Treasury Financing and V-Loan - Vol. 2 - August 16, 1945 to April 25, 1946..408Secretary of the Treasury - Pictures and Cartoons - Vol. 3 - May 28, 1945 to May 29, 1946..409Secretary of the Treasury - British Loan, Bretton Woods, Export-Import Bank, and Foreign Loan News - Vol. 4 - December 7, 1945 to May 30, 1946..410Secretary of the Treasury - Taxes - Vol. 5 - July 5, 1945 to May 30, 1946..411Secretary of the Treasury - Economic Stabilization - Vol. 6 - July 27, 1945 to May 25, l946..412Secretary of the Treasury - Miscellaneous - Vol. 7 - July 23, 1945 to June 20, l946..413Chronological Index of Newspaper Clippings for Vols. 1-7, July 6, 1945 to June 20, 1946..414Secretary of the Treasury - Savannah ConferenceMarch 8-19, 1946..415-1Chief Justice Personal July 11, 1946 to December 31, 1946 .415-2Chief Justice Personal, January 1, 1945 to December 31, 1951 415-3Chief Justice Personal, January 1, 1952 to December 31, 1952 416-1The Chief Justice June 6-26, 1946 .416-2Supreme Court June 25, 1946 to December 31, 1946 .417-1Supreme Court, January 2, 1947 to October 27, 1948 417-2Supreme Court, January 1, 1948 to December 31, 1951 417-3Supreme Court, January 5, 1952 to December 31, 1952 418Chief Justice for PresidentJuly 2, 1946 to August 3, 1952.Congressional File (Section 1)1-1A1-2Adams-Adair1-3Adjusted Compensation1-4Agriculture - Bureau of Forest Service1-5Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry - Field Seeds 1925-19261-6Agriculture - Bureau of Plant Industry - Requests for Information1-7Agriculture - Bureau of Roads1-8Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Bath-Fleming1-9Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Greenup-Morgan1-10Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Lists - Nicholas-Wolfe1-11Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests19241-12Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin RequestsA-D 19251-13Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin RequestsE-H 19251-14Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin RequestsJ-N 19251-15Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin RequestsO-S 19251-16Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin RequestsU-W 19251-17Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin RequestsA-D 19261-18Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests E-H 19261-19Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests L-N 19261-2Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests O-Y 19261-2Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests A-D 19271-2Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests E-H 1927 1-2Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests J-N 19272-1Agriculture - Farmer's Bulletin Requests P-W 19272-2Agriculture - Kentucky Farm Bureau2-3Agriculture - Tomato Canning Bulletin2-4Agriculture - Yearbook Requests 19242-5Agriculture - Yearbook Requests 19252-6Agriculture - Yearbook Requests 19262-7Agriculture - Yearbook Requests 19272-8Allen-Ault2-9Ba-Bl2-10Bo-By2-11Bagsby-Barney2-12Beac-Berger2-13Best-Berlin2-14Big Sandy River Bridge 19262-15Bills - Agricultural2-16Bills - Army Appropriations2-17Bills - Ball Rent Act2-18Bills - Capper-Kelley 1926-19272-19Bills - Disabled Emergency Office Bill2-20Bills - Hospitals2-21Bills - Howell-Barkley3-1Bills - Johnson Immigration3-2Bills - McNary-Haugen3-3Bills - Miscellaneous3-4Bills - Mt. Sterling Hospital3-5Bills - Mutual Life Insurance Company3-6Bills - Postal - 60th Congress3-7Bills - Public Buildings and Grounds3-8Bills - Revenue Bills - 68th Congress3-9Bills - Robinson Amendment3-10Bills - Temple Bill3-11Bills - Thatcher3-12Billups-Bingham3-13Blackerby3-14Blake-Bonus3-15Botanic Gardens (1924-1928)3-16Bozeman-Brooks3-17Brown-Bryson3-18Burchett-Byron4-1Ca-Cl4-2Co-Cu4-3Campaign of 19244-4Campbell, Fallen4-5Campbell-Cattle4-6Carey, Miss Lyss4-7Carroll, Robert4-8Cattletsburg, Kentucky4-9Chapman, Virgil4-10Childers, J.R.4-11Chiles, R. A.4-12Cincinnati Bridge4-13Cisco, Morton4-14Clay, Homer4-15Clerk, House of Representatives4-16Commerce Department4-17Commerce Department, Bureau or Fisheries4-18Committee Assignments 69th Congress4-19Committee Assignments 70th Congress5-1Compton5-2Congressional Record and Directory 68th Congress5-3Congressional Record and Directory 69th Congress5-4Conley-Cox5-5Cooper, Charles M.5-6Corlis, H.L.5-7Crank-Cynthiana5-8Cromwell, Emma5-9Cumberland Falls5-10D 1924-l9285-11Daily-Dinkle5-12Democratic State Central Executive Committee5-13Democratic National Committee5-14Disabled American Veterans of World War One5-15Dixon, Robert P. Jr.5-16Dixon, Robert6-1Dodson-Duncan6-2Douglas, Lindsay6-3E 1924-19286-4Education Bill 70th Congress1927-19286-5Election Certificates6-6Elgin-Endaley6-7Ex-Service Men: Lists for Correction6-8F 1924-19286-9Farm Legislation 1926-19286-10Federal Judge's Salary Increase 1925-19266-11Fennell-Poster6-12Flood Control 1926-19276-13G 1924-19286-14Gabbard-Gibson6-15Goodpastor-Gullion6-16H 1924-19286-17Hafer-Harmon6-18Harp-Hawley6-19Hays-Hull7-1Hutchinson-Hutton7-2I 1924-19287-3Interior Department: Bureau of Education7-4Interior Department: General Land Office7-5Interior Department: Geological Survey7-6Interior Department: Mines Bureau7-7Italian Debt Settlement7-8J 1924-19287-9Jacobs-Jones7-10K 1924-19287-11Kazee-Kirk7-12Kitchen7-13L 1924-19287-14Labor-Lawrence County7-15Lewis-Littrell7-16Loughridge-Lyon8-1Mc 1924-19288-2M 1924-19288-3McClure-McMillan8-4Mammoth Cave Project8-5Manning-Maps8-6Masonry-Megibben8-7Meredith-Mobley8-8Moneyhon, J.A.8-9Morris, Joe8-10Mooney-Myers8-11Miscellaneous 1925 8-12N 1924-1928 8-13National Tribune9-1Newspapers 19279-2Newspapers 19289-3Newspapers A-H9-4Newspapers I-L9-5Newspapers M-W9-6Nichols-Nickols9-7Northeast Kentucky Coal Association9-8O 1924-19289-9Oaks-Osborne10-1P 1924-192810-2Patent Office10-3Peebles-Pelfrey10-4Pending Legislation 1928 (A-O)10-5Pending Legislation 1928 (P-W)10-6Pension 69th Congress 1925-1926 A-D10-7Pension 69th Congress 1925-1926 E-H10-8Pension 69th Congress 1925-1926 I-N10-9Pension 69th Congress 1925-1926 O-T10-10Pension 69th Congress 1925-1926 U-Z10-11Pennington-Petron10-12Pickett-Prewitt11-1Postal Bills 69th Congress11-2Q11-3R 1924-192811-4Ramey-Redden11-5Railway Labor Board Bill 69th Congress12-1Redwine-Reeves12-2Revenue Bill 1925-192612-3Rhodes-Riley12-4River, Big Sandy12-5Roads-Robison12-6Ross-Russell12-7Sa-Sm 1924-192812-8So-Su 1924-192812-9Sandlin-See12-10Senff-Sewell13-1Shearer - Speaking Invitations and Engagements13-2Sheppard-Towner Bill 69th Congress13-3Special Acts - Air Corp Increase - HR 1082713-4Special Acts - Aircraft Procurement - HR 1128413-5Special Acts - Brewer, William13-6Special Acts - Bridge Bill; Fullerton, Kentucky13-7Special Acts - Chapman, William13-8Special Acts - Deaton, James13-9Special Acts - Frost, Thomas13-10Special Acts - Gambill, George13-11Special Acts - Grant, Roda13-12Special Acts - Immigration13-13Special Acts - Judicial - Kentucky13-14Special Acts - Louisa, Kentucky13-15Special Acts - McClain, Rachel13-16Special Acts - Maxwell, Elizabeth13-17Special Acts - Military Procurement - Horses14-1Special Acts - Pensions- Adams-Austin14-2Special Acts - Pensions- Berry-Boggs14-3Special Acts - Pensions- Bonta-Burton14-4Special Acts - Pensions- Campbell-Caskey14-5Special Acts - Pensions- Childers14-6Special Acts - Pensions - Clark-Degman14-7Special Acts - Pensions- Edens-Fitzgerald14-8Special Acts - Pensions- Fleming-Flinchum14-9Special Acts - Pensions- Gaither-Gillispie14-10Special Acts - Pensions- Griffith14-11Special Acts - Pensions- Hale-Holt14-12Special Acts - Pensions - Jackson-Kise14-13Special Acts - Pensions- Lewis-Lynch15-1Special Acts - Pensions - McClure-McGuire15-2Special Acts - Pensions - McKelley-Marshall15-3Special Acts - Pensions - May-Moody15-4Special Acts - Pensions- Osborne-Porter15-5Special Acts - Pensions- Price-Pumpelly15-6Special Acts - Pensions- Purvis15-7Special Acts - Pensions- Ramey15-8Special Acts - Pensions- Rankin-Robinson15-9Special Acts - Pensions- St. Clair-Simkins15-10Special Acts - Pensions- Smith-Smithers15-11Special Acts - Pensions- Swartz15-12Special Acts - Pensions- Thacker-Voorheis15-13Special Acts - Pensions- Waldeck-Wilson16-1Spencer-Scamper16-2Stapleton-Sulzer16-3T 1924-192816-4Taylor-Thompson16-5Tilton16-6Treasury Department - Truman16-7U 1924-192816-8V 1924-192816-9Veteran's Hospitals - 69th Congress16-10Veteran's Legislation - 69th Congress16-11Valentine-Voters16-12Wa-Wh 1924-192817-1Wi-Wy 1924-l92817-2Wagner-Wells17-3West-Williamson17-4Wilson-Wolford17-5Womack-Wyatt17-6Y 1924-192817-7York-Young17-8Zappin-Zimmerman18-1C18-2Calendar Requests for 1928 - Childers18-3Coal - Million Dollar Amendment18-4Congressional Directory and Record 70th Congress18-5Congressional Amendment18-6Convict Labor Goods18-7D18-8Debate Data Requests18-9Donaldson18-10E18-11Executive Committeemen 192818-12F18-13Federal Trade Commerce18-14Italian Debt Settlement19-1L19-2Lists, Requests for 1928 A-M19-3Lists, Requests for 1928 P-Z19-4Mc-Mi19-5Mo-Mu19-6MacCormack-MacLughlin19-7Maps 19-8Miscellaneous19-9N19-10National Military Home19-11019-12R19-13Redwine, E. E.19-14Requests Miscellaneous A-K19-15Request Miscellaneous L-Z19-16Reynolds, Franklin19-17Ripper Bill - Kentucky Legislature 192819-18Russell Lumber and Supply Company20-1S20-2Shannon, E. E. 1924-192820-3Speakership of Ky. House of Representatives 1927-192820-4Stock Yards Legislation20-5Strong, South20-6T20-7Tariff Commission20-8Tax Reduction20-9Tom Cats and Carr Creek20-10Tri-State Equipment Co.20-11U20-12V20-13Veteran's Legislation Proposed20-14W 20-15Warsaw - Bonds20-16Weaver, Charles20-17Whiskey Bill - 192720-18Wood, Cyrus - Congressional Confirmation20-19Y20-20Z21-1Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 A21-2Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 B21-3Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 C21-4Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 D21-5Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 E21-6Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 F21-7Academy Appointments, 1932-l934 G21-8Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 H21-9Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 J21-10Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 K21-11Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 L21-12Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 M21-13Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 021-14Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 P21-15Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 R21-16Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 S21-17Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 T21-18Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 V21-19Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 W21-20Academy Appointments, 1932-1934 Y22-1Bank Deposits - Guaranty - Glass-Steagall Rill - 1933 - January-April22-2Bank Deposits - Guaranty - Glass-Steagall Bill - 1933 - May-June22-3Blue Licks Memorial - 193222-4Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 1)22-5Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 2)22-6Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 3)22-7Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 4)23-1Bonus Bills 1935-1936 - (Folder 5)23-2Bonus Bills 1933-193623-3Carol Mining Co. (J.E. Rhodemyre), 1934-1935 23-4Coal - Bituminous Coal Commission, 193223-5Coal - Guffey-Coal Bill, 193523-6Committee for the Nation, 193323-7Economy Bill of 1932 - January-March24-1Economy Bill of 1932 - April-June24-2Economy Bill Correspondence, 1932-193324-3Economy Bill of 1933 - Public Relation - C-L24-4Economy Bill of 1933 - Public Relation - M-Y24-5Home Owners Loan Corporation - 193224-6House Organization - Committee Assignments, 193124-7House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1933 A-O24-8House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1933 P-W25-1House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1935 A-M25-2House Organization - Committee Assignments, 1935 N-Z25-3Marihauna Taxing Bill - 193725-4Miscellaneous, 1933-193525-5Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1933 A-H25-6Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932-1933 J-Y25-7Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office 193725-8Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office 193826-1Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office - March 31- April 193826-2Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office - Debates in Senate26-3Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office- Drafts26-4Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office- Memorandum & Reports I26-5Reorganization Bill - General Accounting Office - Memorandum & Reports II26-6Reorganization Bill- General Accounting Office - Miscellaneous27-1Revenue Bill - 193427-2Revenue Bill - 1934 - Miscellaneous27-3Revenue Bill - 1936 - Income Data Statistics27-4Revenue Rill - 1936 - January-May27-5Revenue Bill - 1936 - June 1-11, 193627-6Revenue Bill - 1936 - June 1227-7Revenue Bill - 193828-1Social Security - Old Age Pensions, Unemployment Insurance - 193528-2Social Security - Bill, Reports and Amendments - 193528-3Social Security Data - 1935 (Folder 1)28-4Social Security Data - 1935 (Folder 2)28-5Social Security - Old Age Pension, Unemployment Insurance - Statistics - 193529-1Stream Pollution - 1938-194029-2Supreme Court Bill - 193729-3Taxation - Double Taxation - 1933 - I29-4Taxation - Double Taxation - 1933 - II29-5Taxation - Double Taxation - 1934-193529-6Taxation - Excise Taxes - 193729-7Taxation - Investigations of Possible Revisions of the Surtax on Undistributed Profits - No Date30-1Taxation - Joint Committee Income Tax Evasion - 193730-2Taxation - New Committee to Investigate Taxes - 193230-3Taxation - Re-evaluation of Depreciated Estates - 193230-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - Miscellaneous Correspondence - A-L30-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee - Miscellaneous Correspondence - M-Z30-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - September, 193730-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - October 13-24, 1937 30-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - October 25-30, 1937 30-9Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 193731-1Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - A-B 31-2 Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - C31-3Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - D-E 31-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - F-G 31-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - H-I31-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - J-L 31-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - M31-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - N-R 31-9Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - S31-10Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - November, 1937 - T-Y32-1Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 1-10, 193732-2Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 11-15, 193732-3Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 16-21, 193732-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December 22-31, 193732-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - December, 193732-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - January, 1938 - A-B32-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - January, 1938 - C-G32-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - January, 1938 - H-T32-9Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Tnvestigation - January, 1938 - J-L33-1Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - January, 1938 - M-P33-2Taxation - Tax subcommittee Investigation - January, 1938 - Q-S33-3Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - January, 1938 - T-Z 33-4Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - February 1-14, 1938 - A-C33-5Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - February 1-14, 1938 - D-G33-6Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - February 1-14, 1938 - H-M33-7Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - February 1-14, 1938 - N-Z33-8Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - February 15-28, 1938 - A-F33-9Taxation - Tax Subconmittee Investigation - February 15-28, 1938 - G-M33-10Taxation - Tax Subcommittee Investigation - February 15-28, 1938 - N-Z34-1Tobacco - Bills, Reports and Amendments - 1932-1936 (Folder 1)34-2Tobacco - Bills, Reports and Amendments - 1932-1936 (Folder 2)34-3Tobacco Correspondence - 1931-193334-4Tobacco Correspondence - January-March, 193434-5Tobacco Correspondence - Apri1-December, 193434-6Tobacco Correspondence - 193534-7Tobacco Correspondence - 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H. Ballard52-5Barker (A-L)52-6Barker (L-W)52-7Barnett- Bartnam52-8Bates-Bayes52-9Beckett-Bentley52-10Berry-Beyersdoerfer52-11Bibb-Bishop52-12Blake-Blankenship52-13Blevins-Boggs52-14Bole-Borders52-15Bowan-Bowling53-1Bowman-Boyd53-2Bradley53-3Branson-Brickles53-4Bright-Brown (A)53-5Brown, James H .53-6Brown, (L-M)53-7Browning-Bryant53-8Bundy-Burrows53-9Burton53-10Bussey-Byrd53-11Cable- Caldwell 53-12Callahan-Calloway53-13Campbell53-14Cantrell53-15Carpenter, Joe53-16Carpenter54-1Carr-Carroll54-2Carter54-3Carver-Cassidy54-4Caudill54-5Chadwick-Chapman54-6Charlies-Chenault54-7Childers-Chilholm54-8Christman-Church54-9Clark54-10Clay-Clevenger54-11Click-Clinkenbeard54-12Cochran-Cockerham54-13Coldiron-Colley55-1Combs (A-M)55-2Combs, David55-3Combs (W)55-4Conley55-5Conn-Cook55-6Cooksey-Cooper55-7Coughlin-Counts55-8Cox55-9Coyle-Crager55-10Craig-Crisp55-11Cummins-Curtis55-12Dalton-Daulton55-13David-Davidson55-14Davis (C-G)55-15Davis (K-T)56-1Day-Dayton56-2Deaning-Dennis56-3Diale-Diener56-4Dixon56-5Douley56-6Donovan-Dryden56-7Dunaway-Duncan56-8Dunigan-Dyer56-9Earle-Edens56-10Edwards-Eldridge56-11Elkins-Elliot56-12Ellis--Estte56-13Evans-Everman56-14Fallen-Fannin (C-L)56-15Fannin (M-R)56-16Fannin (W)57-1Fearis-Felthaus57-2Ferguson57-3Fewell-Fife57-4Finch-Fisher57-5Fleming-Flora57-6Fortune-Fraley57-7Frasure-Frazier57-8Freeland-Fugate57-9Frelks57-10Fultz57-11Fyffe57-12Hackney-Haley57-13Hall58-1Hamilton-Hammonds 58-2Hampton-Hannan 58-3Hanney-Harper 58-4Harris-Hathaway 58-5Hatton-Hawkins 58-6Haydon-Hazlett 58-7Helton-Henderson 58-8Henry 58-9Hensley-Hewnshell 58-10Hickey-Hilger 58-11Hill-Hilten 58-12Hogg-Holbrook 58-13Holbrook, Jere H.59-1Hollon-Horton59-2Howard (B-E)59-3Howard (H-M)59-4Howell59-5Howerton-Huffman59-6Hughes-Hutchinson59-7I59-8Jackson-Jefferson59-9Jenkins-Jibb59-10Johnson (Abel-Cecil)59-11Johnson, Charles59-12Johnson (E-M)59-13Jones60-1Jordon60-2Judd-Justice60-3Kash-Keaton60-4Keffer-Kegley60-5Kelley-Kiles60-6King-Kiser60-7Kitchan60-8Knelanger-Kravarites60-9L60-10McAllister-McDowell60-11McEldoney-McGinley60-12McGlone60-13McGlothlin-McGuire60-14McIntosh60-15McKensie-MeRamsey61-1Maddix-Maggard61-2Malone-Mannin61-3Manning-Maupin61-4Maxey61-5May (E-J)61-6May-Mays61-7Meade-Merrill61-8Messer-Middleton61-9Miller61-10Mitchell-Moon61-11Moore (D-J)61-12Moore (L-W)62-1Moran-Morrison62-2Mosier-Mullins62-3Murphy-Myers62-4Napier-Nash62-5Neace-Nease62-6Nelson-Newsome62-7Nichol-Nichols62-8Nickell62-9Niece-Nolen62-10Oakley-Oldham62-11Oney-Overly62-12Pace-Parr62-13Parrish-Payne63-1Peck-Pelfrey63-2Pence-Pergram63-3Perkins63-4Perry63-5Petrella-Piersall63-6Pigman-Poplin63-7Porter-Prather63-8Pratter-Preston63-9Price-Pruitt63-10Pugh-Pursal163-11Queen64-1Rakes-Rankin64-2Ratcliff-Razor64-3Reed-Reynolds64-4Rice-Richmond64-5Ridgeway64-6Riffe-Rigsby64-7Risner-Robbins64-8Roberts64-9Robertson-Roe64-10Rogers-Rose64-11Routt-Russell65-1Salyer65-2Sammons-Scott65-3Seagraves-Shaw65-4Sheets-Shumate65-5Simpson-Skaggs65-6Sloas-Slusher65-7Smith65-8Smitson-Sparks65-9Spears-Spence65-10Spencer65-11Spicer-Stacy65-12Stamper66-1Stapleton66-2Steele-Stegal66-3Stephens-Stephenson66-4Stepp-Stevenson66-5Stewsrt66-6Stidham-Stockdale66-7Stone-Swinford66-8Tabor-Taylor66-9Terrell-Terry66-10Thacker-Thaxton66-11Thomas66-12Thompson66-13Thornberry-Traylor67-1Trent-Triplett 67-2Trosper-Turman 67-3Turner 67-4Tuffe-Underwood 67-5Vance-Vaughan 67-6Vermillion-Vires 67-7W-Z68-1Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - A-B68-2Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - C-E68-3Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - F-G68-4Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - H-L68-5Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - M-O68-6Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - P-R68-7Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - S-T68-8Adjusted Compensation (Bonus) - V-WPolitical File (Section VII)69-1A - 192469-2B - 192469-3C - 192469-4D - 192469-5E - 192469-6F - 192469-7G - 192469-8H - 192469-9I-K - 192469-10L - 192470-1M - 192470-2N-0 - 192470-3P - 192470-4R - 192470-5S - 192470-6T - 192470-7V - 192470-8W-Y - 192470-9Miscellaneous - 192571-1Allen, Bruce, 192671-2American Legion, Kentucky, *1924-192771-3American Legion, National, *1924-192971-4Anti-Saloon League, *1924-192771-5Armitage, Clarence, 192471-6Ashland Chamber of Commerce71-7Bach, Chester, *1924-192771-8Bach, Grannis, *1924-192771-9Bailey, Clay, *1924-192771-10Barkley, Alben W., 1926 71-11Bartram, Nile, *1926-192771-12Bates, Joe, *1924-192771-13Berry, J.C., *1924-192871-14Democratic National Convention, Preparation for, *1924-192871-15Democratic National Convention 192871-16Judicial District *1926-192772-1Primary Election, 192372-2Primary Election, 192472-3Primary Election, 192572-4Primary Election, June, 192872-5Primary Election, July *1-21, 192872-6Primary Election, July *22-31, 192872-7Primary Election, August *1-13, 192872-8Primary Election, August *14-30, 192872-9Primary Election, September, 192872-10Primary Election, 1928 - Miscellaneous73-11928*-1930 - Miscellaneous73-2A-Gallagher - 192973-3Gilbert-Myers - 192973-4Thompson-Wright - 192973-5A - 193073-6B - 193073-7C - 193073-8D - 193073-9E - 193073-10F - 193073-11G - 193074-1H - 193074-2I - 193074-3J - 193074-4K - 193074-5L - 193074-6M - 193074-7N - 193074-80- 193074-9P - 193074-10R - 193074-11S - 193075-1T - 193075-2U - 193075-3V - 193075-4W - 193075-5X-Z - 193075-6Campaign 1930 - Expenses, workers, etc.75-7Farm letters - 193076-1A-Byrns - 193176-2C-Douglas - 193176-3Edwards-Green - 193176-4H-L - 193176-5MacDonald-Purdon - 193176-6Ramsey-Rouse - 193176-7Salyer-Tyra - 193176-8Underwood-Young - 193176-9Democratic Convention, 193177-1County Conventions, 1932 - A-F77-2County Conventions, 1932 - G-L77-3County Conventions, 1932 - M-W78-11932Elections - A78-21932Elections - B78-31932Elections - C78-41932Elections - D78-51932Elections - E78-61932Elections - F78-71932Elections - G78-81932Elections - H78-91932Elections - I78-101932Elections - J78-111932Elections - K78-121932Elections - L79-11932Elections - M79-21932Elections - N79-31932Elections - 079-41932Elections - P79-51932Elections - Q79-61932Elections - R79-71932Elections - S79-81932Elections - T79-91932Elections - U79-101932Elections - W79-111932Elections - V79-121932Elections - X-Z80-1Patronage, *1932-1933 - A-D80-2Patronage, *1932-1933 - E-H80-3Patronage, *1932-1933 - I-L80-4Patronage, *1932-1933 - M80-5Patronage, *1932-1933 - N-P80-6Patronage, *1932-1933 - R-S80-7Patronage, *1932-1933 - T-Z81-1General - A-C, *1932-193381-2General - D-G, *1932-193381-3General - H-Q, *1932-193381-4General - R-S, *1932-193381-5General - T-Y, *1932-193381-6Miscellaneous - January-June, 193381-7Miscellaneous - July-December, 193382-1Patronage, 1934 - A 82-2Patronage, 1934 - B82-3Patronage, 1934 - E82-4Patronage, 1934 - F82-5Patronage, 1934 - I82-6Patronage, 1934 - J82-7Patronage, 1934 - K82-8Patronage, 1934 - L82-9Patronage, 1934 - Mc82-10Patronage, 1934 - M82-11Patronage, 1934 - P82-12Patronage, 1934 - S82-13Patronage, 1934 - T82-14Patronage, 1934 - V82-15Patronage, 1934 - W83-1Ashland Transit Bureau, 193483-2Mary Inglis Highway, *1932-193583-3Miscellaneous Patronage, *1933-193683-4Photographs, 1930s83-5Reforestation, 1933 - A-F83-6Reforestation, 1933 - F-L83-7Reforestation, 1933 - M-W84-1Farm Letters, 1934 *84-2 Primary, 1934 - A84-3Primary, 1934 - B 84-4Primary, 1934 - C 84-5Primary, 1934 - D 84-6Primary, 1934 - E84-7Primary, 1934 - F84-8Primary, 1934 - G84-9Primary, 1934 - H84-10Primary, 1934 - I-K84-11Primary, 1934 - L84-12Primary, 1934 - M84-13Primary, 1934 - N84-14Primary, 1934 - 084-15Primary, 1934 - P84-16Primary, 1934 - R84-17Primary, 1934 - S84-18Primary, 1934 - T84-19Primary, 1934 - V84-20Primary, 1934 - W 84-21Primary, 1934 - Y84-22Primary, 1934 - Precinct Returns84-23General Election, 1934 - A84-24General Election, 1934 - B 84-25General Election, 1934 - C 84-26General Election, 1934 - D85-1General Election, 1934 - E85-2General Election,1934 - F85-3General Election,1934 - G85-4General Election,1934 - H85-5General Election,1934 - I85-6General Election, 1934 - J85-7General Election,1934 - K85-8General Election, 1934 - L85-9General Election, 1934 - M85-10General Election,1934 - N85-11General Election,1934 - 085-12General Election,1934 - P85-13General Election,1934 - Q85-14General Election,1934 - R85-15General Election,1934 - S85-16General Election,1934 - T85-17General Election,1934 - V85-18General Election,1934 - W85-19General Election,1934 - Miscellaneous85-20Personal Campaign of 193485-21Kentucky Redistricting85-22Redistricting Bill - 1934 Session of Kentucky Legislature86-1Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - A-B86-2Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - C86-3Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - D-F86-4Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - G-I86-5Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - J-M86-6Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - N-R86-7Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - S-T86-8Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - U-Y86-9Gubernatorial Election, 1935 - Vote Tabulation86-10Patronage, 1935 - B86-11Patronage, 1935 - K86-12Patronage, 1935 - Mc86-13Patronage, 1935 - M 86-14Patronage, 1935 - P86-15Patronage, 1935 - U86-16Patronage, 1935 - V87-1193687-2Boyd County - General, 193687-3Boyd County, *1936-193887-4Campaign Material - National87-5Primary Election, 1936 - A87-6Primary Election, 1936 - B87-7Primary Election, 1936 - C87-8Primary Election, 1936 - D87-9Primary Election, 1936 - E87-10Primary Election, 1936 - F87-11Primary Election, 1936 - G87-12Primary Election, 1936 - H87-13Primary Election, 1936 - I87-14Primary Election, 1936 - J87-15Primary Election, 1936 - K87-16Primary Election, 1936 - L87-17Primary Election, 1936 - M87-18Primary Election, 1936 - N87-19Primary Election, 1936 - P87-20Primary Election, 1936 - Q87-21Primary Election, 1936 - R87-22Primary Election, 1936 - S87-23Primary Election, 1936 - T87-24Primary Election, 1936 - U87-25Primary Election, 1936 - V87-26Primary Election, 1936 - W87-27Primary Election, 1936 - Y88-1Farm Letters, 193688-2General Election, 1936 - A88-3General Election, 1936 - B88-4General Election, 1936 - C88-5General Election, 1936 - D88-6General Election, 1936 - E88-7General Election, 1936 - F88-8General Election, 1936 - G88-9General Election, 1936 - H88-10General Election, 1936 - J88-11General Election, 1936 - K88-12General Election, 1936 - L88-13General Election, 1936 - M88-14General Election, 1936 - N88-15General Election, 1936 - O88-16General Election, 1936 - R88-17General Election, 1936 - S 88-18General Election, 1936 - T88-19General Election, 1936 - V88-20General Election, 1936 - W88-21Patronage, 1936 - V88-22Patronage, 1937 - A88-23Patronage, 1937 - J88-24Patronage, 1937 - O88-25Patronage, 1937 - W88-26Person, 193688-27Special Election, June, 193888-28General Elections, *1939-1940U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia File (Section VIII)89-1June 13, 1938 - 7058: Proctor v. American Security & Trust89-2July 5, 1938 - 7068: Willis v. U.S.A.89-3July 5, 1938 - 7067: Johnson A Wimsatt, Inc. v. D.C. Commissioners89-4September 29, 1938 - 7136: Brown v. Metronolitan Life Insurance Co.89-5October 10, 1938 - 7074: Wolford v. McNeill89-6October 31, 1938 - *7062-65: Evans,et al v. Kolippnaki89-7November 21, 1938 - 7170: Black River Valley Broadcast Inc. v. Frank R. McNinch, et al89-8December 5, 1938 - 7113: U.S. ex rel-G.C. Roughton v. Ickes89-9December 22, 1938 - 440 Civil: William Jameson & Co. v. Morgenthau, Jr. 1939 - 7213: Neild v. D.C.89-10January 23, 1939 - 7110: Tipp v. D.C.89-11January 26, 1939 - 7061: Tumulty et al v. D.C.90-1February 6, 1939 - 7108: Lyons v. Hines90-2February 20, 1939 - 7176: Pratt v. U.S.A.90-3March 6, 1934 - 7091: The Courier Post Publishing Co. v. Federal Communications Commission 90-4April 10, 1939 - 7134: Summerhays v. Coe90-5April 10, 1939 - 7139: Clark v. Associate Retail Credit Co. of Washington90-6April 10, 1939 - 7278: Laughlin vs. Cummings90-7April 17, 1939 - 7214: Hines & Elliott v. Marsh90-8May 8, 1939 - 7163: Giovannani v. Waple & James90-9May 8, 1939 - 7217: Harris v. Embry90-10May 8, 1939 - 7174: Olson v. Throckmorton90-11June 26, 1939 - 7130: Prevost v. Morgenthau, Jr.90-12June 26, 1939 - *7179-80: Herder, et al v. Helvering91-1June 27, 1939 - 7295: Witters v. U.S.A.91-2June 30, 1939 - 7030: Rosario v. U.S.A.91-3July 31, 1939 - 7235: Young, Receiver v. Nicholson & Riggs National Bank91-4October 9, 1939 - 7167: Chapman v. Griffith Consumers Co.91-5October 23, 1939 - 7288: Bishop v. U.S.A.91-6November, 1939 - 7368: Lukens Steel, et al v. Perkins, et al91-7November 6, 1939 - 7325: Williams v. American Employers Insurance Co.91-8November 13, 1939 - 7192: Tri-State Broadcasting v. Federal Communications Commission91-9November 13, 1939 - 7141: Stewart v. Capital Transit Co.91-10November 27, 1939 - 7195: Regal Cleaners & Dryers v. Pessazno91-11November 27, 1939 - 7243: Steager Import v. Cameron91-12December 4, 1939 - 7275 & 7296: Reality Investment & Securities Corp. v. Rust Co.91-13January, 1940 - 7327: Laber v. Hall 91-14January 8, 1940 - 7422: National Federation of Railway Workers v. National Mediation Board, et al 91-15January 15, 1940 - 7381: Green (AFL) v. Brophy (CIO)91-16January 15, 1940 - 7469: Carl v. Ferrell91-17January 15, 1940 - 7470: Carl v. Norris91-18January 22, 1940 - 7349: Sma11 v. Cohen & U.S.A.91-19February 26, 1940 - *7402-03: Gay Union Corp Inc. Canal Bank & Trust Co. v. Wallace91-20March 4, 1940 - 7488: U.S.A. v. American Medical Association91-21March 11, 1940 - *7337-38: Barnes, et al v. Pannakker91-22March 18, 1940 - 7330: Richardson v. Richardson92-1April 15, 1940 - 7434: Fidelity & Deposit Co. v. Helvering92-2April 22, 1940 - 7294: Pantiz & Co. v. D. C.92-3April 29, 1940 - 7545: Howard v. Howard92-4May 13, 1940 - 7332: Parmlee v. U.S.A.92-5May 20, 1940 - 7535: Swofford v. International Marine Co.92-6June 3, 1940 - 7427: Korman, Trustee v. Federal Housing Administration92-7June 24, 1940 - 7409: Miller v. Schwinn Inc.92-8June 24, 1940 - 7437: Goodloe v. Hawk92-9June 28, 1940 - 7652: Dunn v. Ickes92-10July, 1940 - 7420: Davis v. Davis92-11July 15, 1940 -- 7369: Morgan v. Hines92-12August 26, 1940 - 7460: Glass v. Ickes92-13September 23, 1940 - 7501: Cysick v. 2nd National Bank92-14October 14, 1940 - 7448: Flanagan v. Helvering 92-15October 28, 1940 - 7508: Daniels v. Coe92-16October 28, 1940 - 7513: California Packing Corp. v. D.C.92-17November 25, 1940 - 7686: Nueslein v. D.C.92-18December 9, 1940 - 7598: National Labor Relations Board v. Arcade-Sunshine Co. Inc.92-19December 9, 1940 - 7483: Granholm v. Cardillo92-20December 16, 1940- 7615: McGraw Hill Publishing Co. v. American Aviation Association 93-1January 6, 1941 - 7629: Holfeierlein v. Grant, et al93-2January 27, 1941 - 7548: Huber v. Helvering93-3January 27, 1941 - 7612: Tyer v. Hines93-4February 3, 1941 - 7582: Colorado Raido Corp. v. Federal Communications Commission93-5February 17, 1941 - 7556: Jefferson v. Helvering93-6March 10, 1941 - 7697: Pike, et al v. Walker93-7March 17, 1941 - 7549: Jones v. Kennedy93-8March 24, 1941 - 7556: All-State Service Station v. Standard Oil Co.93-9March 24, 1941 - 7526: Young v. Howard & Hayes93-10March 31, 1941 - 7760: Pullen v. Sun Life Insurance Co.93-11April 7, 1941 - 7587: Fades v. Capital Materials Co., Inc.93-12April 7, 1941 - 7639: Brice v. Walker93-13April 28, 1941 - *7592-94: Lammerding, etc. v. Helvering93-14May 5, 1941 - 7584: Krause v. Coe93-15May 12, 1941 - *7503-7538: Bethlehem Steel Co. v. N.L.R.B.93-16May 12, 1941 - 7641: Cherry v. Miley93-17June 2, 1941 - 7620: Helvering v. Lent93-18June 16, 1941 - 7643: Eureka Maryland Assurance Corp. v. Gray94-1June 30, 1941 -- 7709: Southern Garment Manufactures v. Administrator of Dept. of Labor Wage & Price Division94-2June 30, 1941 - 7715: Andrea Seedman Inc. v. Administrator of Dept. of Labor Wage & Price Division94-3June 30, 1941 - 7714: National Association of Wool Manufactures v. Administrator of Wage & Hour Division94-4June 30, 1941 - 7487: Kerr v. U.S.A.94-5July 29, 1941 - 7879: Warring v. Huff94-6June 29, 1941 - 7921: Warring v. Colpoys94-7September 21, 1941 - 8204: Viereck v. U.S.A.94-8October 5, 1941 - 8090: Catoe v. U.S.A.94-9October 12, l94l - 8038: Williams v. U.S.A.94-10October 13, 1941 - 7698: Chippas v. Valltes94-11October 28, 1941 - 7705: McCord v. Helvering94-12November 3, 1941 - 7662: Gutsha11 v. Wood94-13November 10, 1941 - 7694: Southern Railway v. Acme Fast Freight94-14November 26, 1941 - *7773-75: Gertman v. Burdick95-1December 8, 1941 - 7759: Phipps v. Helvering95-2December 15, 1941 - 7762: Greenbalt v. Wender95-3December 31, 1941 - 7832: Sacks v. Sacks95-4December 31, 1941 - 7889: Abbott, Puller & Myers v. Plyser, Recr.95-51942 - 8141: Fletcher v. Judges for D.C. Court of Appeals95-6January, 1942 - 8156: Hurwitz v. Hurwitz95-7February 2, 1942 - 7829: St. Francis Hospital v. Helvering95-8February 9, 1942 - 7817: U.S. ex rel. Denholm & MacKay Co. v. U.S. Board of Tax Appeals95-9February 24, 1942 - 7812: Railroad Retirement Board v. Bates95-10March 16, 1942 - 7874: Hiscox v. Jackson95-11March 19, 1942 - Civil 10787: Osage Tribe of Indians v. Ickes95-12April 12, 1942 - 8071: U.S.A. v. Offult, et al95-13May 4, 1942 - 7882: Martin v. U.S.A.95-14May 11, 1942 - *7904-08: Hancock v. Helvering95-15May 18, 1942 - 7997: Verkouteren v. Edwards95-16June 1, 1942 - 7876: U.S.A. v. Cox95-17June 1, 1942 - 8034: Robinson v. U.S.A.. 95-18June 8, 1942 - 8004: Jones v. Dunlap95-19June 15, 1942 - 7972: Doehler Metal Furniture Co. v. Warren95-20June 22, 1942 - 7046: Marvin's Credit v. Hall96-1September 7, 1942 - 7920: In re: Rosier96-2October 5, 1942 - 8090: Catoe v. U.S.A.96-3November 2, 1942 - 7962: Miessner v. Hoschke96-4November 23, 1942 - 7890: Scharfeld v. Richardson96-5November 23, 1942 - 8062: Umhau v. Bazgura96-6December 7, 1942 - 8176: Sesso v. U.S.A.96-7December 8, 1942 - 7944: Philadelphia Inquirer v. Coe96-8December 8, 1442 - 8384: Gersing v. Chafity96-9January, 1943 - 8372: Consolidated Home Equipment Co. v. Crossland96-10January 18, 1943 - 8076: Johnston v. Dental Board96-11January 22, 1943 - 8253: First National Steamship Co. v. U.S. Shipping Board96-12January 25, 1943 - 8190: Boss & Phelps v. D.C.96-13February 8, 1943 - 8023: Matthew v. Moncrief96-14February 8, 1943 - 8293: Slaughter v. Madison97-1February 15, 1943 - 8311: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen v. National Mediation Board97-2February 15, 1943 - 8346: Switchman's Union v. National Mediation Board97-3March 8, 1943 - *8069-70: Campion & Stoneburner v. Brooks Transportation Co.97-4March 9, 1943 - *8313-14: Watroas, Hosmer v. D.C. 97-5March 23, 1943 - 8139: Great American Indemnity Co. v. Cardillo97-6April, 1943 - 8391: Berg v. U.S.A.97-7April, 1943 - 8493: Shiflett v. U.S.A.97-8April 12, 1943 - 8274: Pace v. D.C.97-9April 26, 1943 - 8337: Ickes v. Ledbetter97-10May, 1943 - 8411: Alexander v. U.S.A.97-11May 19, 1943 - 8498: Brown v. Hecht Co.97-12May 26, 1943 - 8501: Washington Gas Light Co. v. Byrnes97-13May 29, 1943 - 8325: Vietti v. Wayne, et al97-14May 29, 1948 - 8326: Robinson v. Wayne, et al98-1Addresses A Reports delivered at the Third Judicial Circuit Conference98-2Addresses & Speeches of Distinguished Jurists98-3Administrative Law Bill, *1938-193998-4Appropriations for the Court98-5Building - Proposed new building for the Federal Court in D.C.98-6Calendar for Court of Appeals - July 1, 1938 - June 30, 194398-7Calendar - October Term, 193998-8Calendar - October Term, 194298-9Cases - Opinions selected for annotation by Annotation and Law Review98-10Committee on Admissions98-11Committee on Supporting Personnel of the Courts99-1Digest of certain recent opinions of the Court of Appeals for D.C. - November 1940 - April, 194199-2Dixon Oil & Gas Co.99-3of Government owned property in Justice Vinson's Chambers99-4Judicial Conference - 1938 at Charlottesville and 1940 in Washington99-5Judicial Conference - 194199-6Judicial Conference - 194299-7Judicial Conference - l94399-8Legislation (Judiciary)99-9Memoranda - 0pinions - Cases in which Vinson participated - A-C99-10Memoranda - Opinions - Cases in which Vinson participated - D-H100-1Memoranda - Opinions - Cases in which Vinson participated - J-P100-2Memoranda - Opinions - Cases in which Vinson participated - R-Z100-3Miscellaneous (Folder 1)100-4Miscellaneous (Folder 2)100-5Opinion Correspondence100-6Opinion - Mailing List100-7Preliminary Report of Committee on Standardization Jury Instructions100-8Printed Legal Material101-1Report to the Judicial Conference of the Committee on Selection of Jurors - September, 1944101-2Statistics101-3Tabulation of all Cases in which Judge Vinson participated101-4The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 *1-9101-5The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 *10-19101-6The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 *20-29101-7The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 *30-39101-8The Washington Law Reporter - Vol. 71 - 1943 *40-46101-9West Publishing Co.102-1Opinions of Judge Vinson - U.S. District Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. I - May 12, 1938 - December 31, 1940102-2Opinions of Judge Vinson - U.S. District Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. II - February, 1941 - April, 1943103Opinions of the Whole Court; U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. I Index - July 1, 1942 - February 1, 1943103Opinions of the Whole Court; U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. - Vol. II - February 1, 1943 - March 15, 1943U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals File (Section IX)104-1No. 2: Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson104-2No. 3: Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson104-3No. 4: Buka Coal v. Henderson104-4No. 5: Davies Warehouse Co. v. Henderson104-5No. 6: Galban Lobo Co. v. Henderson104-6No. 7: Flett v. Henderson104-7No. 8: Shapiro v. Henderson104-8No. 9: Frank v. Henderson 104-9No. 10: Taylor v. Henderson105-1No. 11: William Focke's Sons v. Henderson105-2No. 12: Lincoln Savings Bank v. Henderson105-3No. 13: Atlantic Stamping Co. v. Henderson105-4No. 14: Chatles v. Henderson105-5No. 15: Lakemore Co. v. Henderson105-6No. 16: Flintkote Co. v. Henderson105-7No. 17: Hillcrest Terrace Corp. v. Henderson105-8No. 18: Berimore Co. v. Brown105-9No. 19: Wilson & Bennett v. Brown105-10No. 20: Spaeth v. Brown105-11No. 21: U.S. Gypsum v. Brown105-12No. 22: National Electrical Contractors Association v. Brown106-1No. 23: U.S. Gypsum v. Brown106-2No. 24: Harlen Metal Corp. v. Brown106-3No. 25: Katz v. Brown106-4No. 26: Arnwur & Co. v. Brown106-5No. 27: Arnwur & Co. v. Brown106-6No. 28: Arnwur & Co. v. Brown106-7No. 29: U.S. Gypsum Co. v. Brown106-8No. 30: Flintkote Co. v. Brown106-9No. 31: Wilson & Co. Inc. v. Brown106-10No. 32: Oswald and Hess Co. v. Brown106-11No. 33: Madison Park Corp. v. Brown106-12No. 34: West Seattle Land & Improvement Co. v. Brown106-13No. 35: Chaplin, et al v. Brown106-14No. 36: Cornelius Apartments v. Brown106-15No. 37: Hubbart v. Brown106-16No. 38: Johnson v. Brown106-17No. 40: Whitter Investment Co. v. Brown106-18No. 41: Northwood Apartments Inc. v. Brown106-19No. 42: Cudaby Brothers v. Brown106-20No. 43: Cudaby Brothers v. Brown106-21No. 44: Cudaby Brothers v. Brown106-22No. 45: Interwoven Stocking Co. v. Brown106-23No. 46: Machen v. Brown106-24No. 47: Philadelphia Coke Co. v. Brown106-25No. 48: Armour & Co. v. Brown107-1Calendar - March 2, 1942 - April 8, 1943107-2Designations of Judges107-3Legislation107-4Miscellaneous107-5Personal107-6Proposed Drafts on Rules of the Emergency Court of Appeals107-7Rules for the Emergency Court of Appeals107-8Suggested Rules for Emergency Court of Appeals107-9Tenative Rules for the Emergency Court of Appeals - Correspondence Relating toOffice of Economic Stabilization File (Section X)108Notebook - Office of Economic Stabilization - Directives - *1942-1945109Notebook - Office of Economic Stabilization - Documents - Vol. 1. - Agricultural Labor to Farm Products - May, 1942 To May, 1945.109Notebook - Office of Economic Stabilization - Documents - Vol. 2 - Fishermen's (Atlantic) Unions to Wichita Falls and Southern Railroad Company May, 1942 to May, 1945110-1Office of Economic Stabilization - Directives - *1942-1944.110-2Office of Economic Stabilization - Executive Orders - *1942-1944110-3Office of Economic Stabilization - Bureau of Labor Statistics - Cost of Living Index and Related Correspondence - *1942-1945110-4Office of Economic Stabilization - Opinions - l*942-1944110-5Office of Economic Stabilization - Press Releases - *1942-1945110-6Office of Economic Stabilization - Regulations - *1942-1943110-7Office of Economic Stabilization - Reports - *1943-1944110-8Office of Economic Stabilization - Statutes - 1942110-9Office of Economic Stabilization - Taxes - 1943111Office of Economic Stabilization - Tax Program Proposal - 1943.Bretton Woods Conference File (Section XI)112-1January - June, 1944112-2July 1, 1944 - Loose Material112-3July 1, 1944 - July 16, 1944112-4July 17 - December, 1944112-5January - April, 1945112-6Articles I - IV112-7Articles V - X112-8J.S. Articles I-IV112-9J.S. Articles V-XIV113-1Official Documents No. *11-32.113-2Official Documents No. *34-65113-3Official Documents No. *101-153113-4Official Documents No. *163-199113-5Official Documents No. *200-239113-6Official Documents No. *240-249113-7Official Documents No. *250-299114-1Official Documents No. *300-329114-2Official Documents No. *330-399114-3Official Documents No. *400-419114-4Official Documents No. *420-449114-5Official Documents No. *450-485115-1Official Documents No. 492115-2Official Documents No. *495-497115-3Official Documents No. *502-529115-4Questions and answers on the International Monetary Fund and the Bank for Reconstruction and Development - June 10, 1944.115-5Assorted Documents 116Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire - July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commission 1, Part 1, Meetings of the Full Commission 116Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire - July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commission 1, Part 2, Committee 1 and 2116Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire - July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commission 1, Part 3, Committee 3 and 4117Notebook - Official Transcript of Minutes of Meetings of the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire - July 1 - July 22, 1944. Commissions 2 and 3Federal Loan Administrator File (Section XII)118Federal Loan Administrator - Correspondence - March 7, 1945 to April 7, 1915119-1Federal Loan Administrator - General - GeneralCorrespondence119-2Federal Loan Administrator - General - RFC Act as Amended119-3Federal Loan Administrator - General - RFC Activities - Agency Division - Legal Division - March, 1945119-4Federal Loan Administrator - Personnel Division - Statistical and Economic Division - March, 1945119-5Federal Loan Administrator - Examining Division - March, 1945Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion File (Section XIII)120Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion - Correspondence - April 4, 1945 to July 22, 1945121Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion - Permanent Foundation Insurance Plan - July, 1945Secretary of the Treasury File (Section XIV )122-1Administrative Appropriations - 1945122-2Administrative Committee Membership of the Secretary of the Treasury - *1945-1946122-3Administrative Correspondence - 1945122-4Administrative General - 1945122-5Administrative General - 1946122-6Administrative Space - 1945 122-7Administrative Space - 1946122-8Administrative Work Week - 1945122-9Appropriations - General - l945122-10Appropriations - General - 1946122-11Belgium - General - 1945122-12Belgium - Loan - 1946122-13Bills - Employment Offices - 1945122-14Bills - Full Employment - January-September, 1945122-15Bills - Full Employment - October-December, 1945122-16Bills - Miscellaneous - 1945122-17Bills - Reorganization Bill - 1945122-18Bills - Tax Exemption of Civil Service Retirements - l945123-1Bretton Woods - Bank for Internationa1 Settlement -1946123-2Bretton Woods - Conference - 1946123-3Bretton Woods - Copy of Arts and Articles ofAgreement - 1945123-4Bretton Woods - General - 1945123-5Bretton Woods - General - 1946123-6Bretton Woods - Passage By other Countries - 1945123-7Bretton Woods - Passage By other Countries - 1946123-8Budget - Byrd-Butler Resolution - 1946123-9Budget - Coast Guard - 1946123-10Budget - General - 1945123-11Budget - General - 1946123-12Budget - National Advisory Council - 1946123-13Budget - Presidential Budget Message - 1946123-14Budget - Treasury Appropriation - 1946123-15Budget - Treasury Statement By Mr. Paul Kelley Before House Appropriations Committee123-16Budget - War Finance - 1945123-17Canada - General - 1946123-18Censorship - General - Letters and Memos - 1945123-19Chile - Trade Agreements - 1946123-20China - Credit and Gold for China - 1945123-21China - Credit and Gold for China - l946123-22China - General - 1945123-23China - General - 1946124-1Coast Guard - Commandant - 1945124-2Coast Guard - Commandant - 1946124-3Coast Guard - General - 1945124-4Coast Guard - General - 1946124-5Coast Guard - Legislation - 1945124-6Coast Guard - Transfer - 1945124-7Comptroller of Currency - Morris Plan Bank124-8Comptroller General - Decisions - 1946124-9Confidential - Memoranda - *1945-1946124-10Congress - Appropriations - 1946124-11Congress - Bank Holding Act of *1945-1946124-12Congress - Bonding Bill for Federal Employees - 1946124-13Congress - Bretton Woods Agreements Acts - 1946124-14Congress - Case Bill - 1946124-15Congress - Coast Guard Bill - 1946124-16Congress - Congressional Record Digests - 1945124-17Congress - Congressional Record Digests - 1946125-1Congress - Congressional Record Material - 1946125-2Congress - Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946 - 1946125-3Congress - Full Employment Bill - 1946125-4Congress - House Committee on Small Business - 1945125-5Congress - House Committee on Small Business - 1946125-6Congress - How to Streamline Congress - 1945125-7Congress - Interim Tax Bill for *1945-1946125-8Congress - International Monetary Fund and Bank Deposit - 1946125-9Congress - Minimum Wage Bill of *1945-1946125-10Congress - National Advisory Council Document - 1946125-11Congress - National Defense Program - 1946125-12Congress - National Emergency Housing Bill - 1946125-13Congress - National Health Act - 1945125-14Congress - Second Deficiency Bill - 1946125-15Coordinator's Office - General - 1946125-16Customs - Budget, Salaries, etc. - 1945125-17Customs - Depositories - 1945125-18Customs - General - 1945125-19Customs - General - 1946125-20Customs - Liquor - 1945125-21Customs - Narcotics - 1945125-22Customs - Narcotics - 1946125-23Customs - Port of Entry, 1945125-24Czechoslovakia - Loan - 1946125-25Doughton - Speech of Congressman - 1946125-26Enforcement - Coordinator - 1945125-27Enforcement - General- 1945125-28Enforcement - OPA - 1946126-1Exchange Stabilization Board - Economic Stabilization Board - General - 1945126-2Exchange Stabilization Board - General - 1946126-3Exchange Stabilization Board - Meetings - 1946126-4Exchange Stabilization Fund - Balance Sheets - 1945126-5Exchange Stabilization Fund - Balance Sheets - 1946126-6Exchange Stabilization Fund - General 1946126-7Export-Import Bank - Bill - 1946126-8Export-Import Bank - General - 1945126-9Export-Import Bank - General - 1946126-10Federal Reserve - Dollar Payments and Receipts to Foreign Accounts - 1945126-11Federal Reserve - Dollar Payments and Receipts to Foreign Accounts - 1946126-12Federal Reserve - General - 1945126-13Federal Reserve - General - 1946126-14Federal Reserve - Interest Rates and Public Debt - *1944-1945126-15Federal Stabilization Board - General - 1945127-1Financing - General - 1945127-2Financing - Government Security Market - Haas Memos - 1945127-3Financing - Refundings - 1945127-4Financing - Seventh War Loan - 1945127-5Financing - Victory Loan Correspondence - 1945127-6Financing - War Finance - 1945127-7Finland - General - *1945-1946127-8Fiscal - A.B.A. Committee on Treasury War Borrowing - 1946127-9Fiscal - April Financing - 1946127-10Fiscal - Bank Earnings - 1946127-11Fiscal - Branch Banks - 1945127-12Fiscal - Branch Banks - 1946127-13Fiscal - Commercial National Bank of Shreveport - 1945127-14Fiscal - Commodity Credit Corporation - 1946127-15Fiscal - Currency and Exchange Rates Abroad - 1945127-16Fiscal - Currency and Exchange Rates Abroad - 1946127-17Fiscal - Daily Working Balance Statements - 1945127-18Fiscal - Daily Working Balance Statements - 1946127-19Fiscal - Estimated Expenditures - 1946127-20Fiscal - Financing - 1946127-21Fiscal - General - 1945127-22Fiscal - General - 1946127-23Fiscal - Giannini - 1946128-1Fiscal - Giannini - Branch Bank - 1945128-2Fiscal - Interest Rates and Public Debt - 1946128-3Fiscal - June Financing - 1946128-4Fiscal - Life Insurance Company - 1946128-5Fiscal - Liquidation of Agencies - 1945128-6Fiscal - Long Term Bond Market - 1946128-7Fiscal - March Financing - 1946128-8Fiscal - Marketable Securities128-9Fiscal - Markets after Elimination of Preferential Discount Rate - 1946128-10Fiscal - May Financing and Estimates - 1946128-11Fiscal - Preferential Discount Rate - 1946128-12Fiscal - Public Debt - 1945128-13Fiscal - Public Debt - 1946128-14Fiscal - Public Debt Limit - 1946128-15Fiscal - Receipts and Expenditures - 1946128-16Fiscal - Redemptions - 1946128-17Fiscal - Refundings - 1946128-18Fiscal - Savings Bonds - 1946128-19Fiscal - Savings Bonds Redemptions - 1946128-20Fiscal - Stabilization Fund - 1945128-21Fiscal - Treasury Balance - Outlook - 1946128-22Fiscal - Unemployed Trust Fund - 1946128-23Fiscal - U.S. Government Life Insurance Fund 1946128-24Fiscal - Veterans Payments - 1945128-25Fiscal - Victory Loan Drive - 1946129-1Foreign Funds Control - American Bosch, EnskildaBank and Wallenburgs - 1945129-2Foreign Funds Control - American Bosch, Enskilda Bank and Wallenburgs - 1946129-3Foreign Funds Control - Belgium - 1945129-4Foreign Funds Control - Census of Foreign Owned Property - 1945129-5Foreign Funds Control - General - 1945129-6Foreign Funds Control - General - 1946129-7Foreign Funds Control - General Licenses - 1945129-8Foreign Funds Control - General Licenses - 1946129-9Foreign Funds Control - Germany - 1945129-10Foreign Funds Control - Importation of Currency - 1945129-11Foreign Funds Control - Liquidation - 1946129-12Foreign Funds Control - Philippines - 1945129-13Foreign Funds Control - Poland - 1945129-14Foreign Funds Control - Proclaimed List - 1946129-15Foreign Funds Control - Safehaven Program - 1946129-16Foreign Funds Control - Trade with the Enemy - 1946129-17France - Agreements - 1946129-18France - Financial Requirements - 1946129-19France - General - 1946129-20France - Loan - 1945129-21France - Meetings - January-February, 1946129-22France - Meetings - March, 1946129-23France - Meetings - April-June, 1946129-24France - Program For Soldiers - 1945129-25France - War Settlements Items - 1946130-1General Counsel - Rulings - 1945130-2Germany - Berlin Protocol on Reparations - 1945130-3Germany - Directive on Austria - 1945130-4Germany - Displaced Persons - 1945130-5Germany - General - 1945130-6Germany - General - 1946130-7Germany - Group Control Council - 1945130-8Germany - Safehaven Program - 1945130-9Germany - Technical Industrial Disarmament Committee Reports - 1945130-10Germany - Technical Industrial Disarmament Committee Reports - 1946130-11Gold - Captured Gold - 1945130-12Greece - Aid from Britain - 1946130-13Greece - General - 1945130-14Housing - General - 1945130-15Housing - General - 1946130-16Internal Revenue - Black Market - 1945130-17Internal Revenue - Black Market - 1946130-18Internal Revenue - Enforcement - 1946130-19Internal Revenue - Legal Relationship to Secretary of Treasury - 1945130-20Internal Revenue - Recruitment Drive - General- 1945130-21Internal Revenue - Recruitment Drive - Progress Reports - 1945130-22Internal Revenue - Recruitment Drive - Progress Reports - 1946Associate Justices Opinions 1951281-144: Kedroff v. St. Nicholas Cathedral281-2180: Kerotest Manufacturing Co. v. C.0. Two Fire Equipment Co.281-399: Koehler v. U.S.A. 281-4176: Leland v. State of Oregon281-5158: Lilly v. Commissioner of the Internal Revenue281-626: Lorain Journal v. U.S.A.281-7173: Lykes v. U.S.A.281-817: McMahon v. U.S.A.281-9411: Madsen v. Kinsella281-10206,43,264: Masscitti, Harisiades and Coleman v. McGrath281-1112: Morissette v. U.S.A.281-12329: Mullaney v. Anderson281-13543: On Lee v. U.S.A.281-1438: Palmer v. Ashe281-15428-429: Pennsylvania Water and Power Co. v. Federal Power Commission281-165: Perkins v. Benguet Consolidated Mining Co. 281-17229: Pillsbury v. United Engineering Co. 281-18224,295: Public Utilities Commission of District of Columbia v. Pollack282-1649: Ray v. Blair282-2338: Robertson v. U.S.A.282-383: Rochin v. State of California282-4195: Rutkin v. U.S.A.282-56,7: Secretary of Agriculture v. Stark, et al282-684: Standard Oil Co. v. Peck282-72: Stefanelli v. Minard282-8474: Stembridge v. State of Georgia282-9373: Strobe v. State of California282-1025: Stuphen Estates v. U.S.A.282-11143: Sutton v. Leib282-12282: Swift and Co. v. U.S.A..282-13178: Uebersee Finanz-Korp. v. McGrath282-14450: U.S.A. v. Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.282-155: U.S.A. v. Carignan282-16162: U.S.A. v. Dailey282-1791: U.S.A. v. Halseth282-18426: U.S.A. v. Hood283-13: U.S.A. v. Jeffers 283-246: U.S.A. v. Jordan 283-3209: U.S.A. v. Kelley 283-4250: U.S.A. v. New Wrinkle, Inc. 283-519: U.S.A. v. Oregon State Medical Society 283-647: U.S.A. v. Shannon 283-720: U.S.A. v. Smith283-8443: U.S.A. v. Spector 283-911: U.S.A. v. Wunderlich283-10744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer (Folder 1)283-11744,745: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer (Folder 2) 283-1243l: Zorach v. ClausonChief Justices Opinions 1952284-1648: Avery v. State of Georgia284-2422: Burns v. Wilson284-34: Dixon v. Duffy284-411: Federal Trade Commission v. Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator284-576: Healy v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue284-6138: Commissioner of Internal Revenue v. Smith284-7132: Pop v. Atlantic Coast Line284-8:Rosenburgs v. U.S.A.284-916: U.S.A. v. Caltex284-10540: U.S.A. v. Nugent284-11573: U.S.A. v. Packer285-121: U.S.A. v. Reynolds285-2394: Wells v. Simonds Abrasive Co.285-3150, 160: Western Pacific Corporation v. Western Pacific Co.285-4384: Per Curiam Albertson v. Millard285-5126: Per Curiam Civil Aeronautics Board, et al v. American Air Transportation285-65: Misc. Per Curiam In Re Iserman285-7235: Misc. Per Curiam Shelton v. U.S.A.285-85: Orig. Per Curiam State of Nebraska v. State of Wyoming285-95: Orig. Per Curiam State of New Jersey v. State of New York285-10100: Per Curiam Sweeney v. Woodall285-119: Orig. Order Texas v. New Mexico285-12556: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Jones285-13449: Per Curiam U.S.A. v. Lane Motor Co.285-14390: Per Curiam Ward v. U.S.A.Associate Justices Opinions 1952286-179-80: Allison v. U.S.A. and U.S.A. v. Stevenson-Chislett286-2206: Allstate Construction Co. v. Durkin286-353: American Newspaper Publishers v. N.L.R.B.286-426,35,36: American Trucking Association v. N.L.R.B.286-551: Arrowsmith v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue286-689: Automatic Canteen Co. v. Federal Trade Commission286-7242: Bailess v. Paukune286-8258: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad v. U.S.A.286-9517: Barrows v. Jackson286-1039: Baumet v. U.S.A.286-11187,274: Bode and Coordinated Transport v. Barrett286-12548: Bridges v. U.S.A. 286-1334: Brock v. North Carolina286-14488: Callahan Road Improvement v. U.S.A. 286-15262: Calmar Steamship Corp. v. U.S.A.286-16303: Calmar Steamship Corp. v. U.S.A.286-17521: Central Bank v. U.S.A.286-18308: Dalehite v. U.S.A.286-19302: Dameron v. Brodhead286-2032,22,20,31: Daniels, Speller, Smith and Brown v. Allen287-120,22,31,32: Daniels, Speller, Smith and Brown v. Allen (Frankfurter Dissent)287-2368: DeLa Rama S.S. Co. v. U.S.A.287-3617: District of Columbia v. John R. Thompson, Co.287-485: Edelman v. California287-5330, 378: Esso Standard v. Evans and U.S.A. v. Evans287-612: Federal Power Commission v. Idaho Power Co.287-7193-194: Ford Motor Co. v. Huffman and International Union, etc. v. Huffman287-8340: Fowler v. Rhode Island287-9182: Gordon, et al v. U.S.A.287-10426: Heikkila v. Barber287-11295: Howard v. Commissioners Sinking Fund287-1240: Johnson v. New York, New Haven, Hartford Railroad Co.287-133: Kedroff v. Saint Nicholas Cathedral287-149: King v. U.S.A.287-1517: Kwong v. Colding287-16226: Luritzen v. Larsen287-17439: Levinson v. Deupree287-1837: Lloyd A. Fry Roofing v. Wood287-1986: Local Union No. 10 v. Graham287-2066: Lutwak v. U.S.A.288-1567-568: Mackey Radio v. RCA Communications288-215: Mandoli v. Acheron288-3244: May v. Anderson288-443: Montgomery Bldg. v. Ledbetter Erection288-575: Motion Picture Ad Service Co. v. F.T.C.288-633: Nathanson v. N.L.R.B.288-797: N.L.R.B. v. Dint288-8238: N.L.R.B. v. Gamble Enterprises288-9318: N.L.R.B. v. Rockaway News288-10217: N.L.R.B. v. Seven-Up Bottling Co. 288-11203: New York City v. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Co. 288-12525: New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad v. Nothnagle288-13444: Orloff v. Willoughby288-14404: Orvis v. Brownell 288-1560: Pennsylvania Railroad v. O'Rourke288-16287: Polizzi v. Cowles Magazine 288-17341: Poulos v. New Hampshire288-18278: Ramspeck v. Federal Trial Examiners 288-1946: Sanford v. Kepner288-2041: Schwartz v. Texas 288-21512: Securities Exchange Commission v. Ralston-Purina 288-22139: Shaughnessy v. U.S.A. 288-23179: South Buffalo Railway Co. v. Ahern 288-2438: Steele v. Bulova Watch Co.289-1391,392,393: Stein, Wisner and Cooper v. New York289-2320: Stove v. New York, Chicago, St. Louis Railroad289-352: Terry v. Adams289-44l0: Thomas v. Hempt Brothers289-5374-375: Times-Picayune v. U.S.A.289-6113: Tinder v. U.S.A.289-7509: Transcontinental and Western Air v. Koppal289-8293: Uncelled Chemical v. U.S.A.289-930: U.S.A. v. Beacon Brass Co., Inc.289-1027: U.S.A. v. Cardiff289-11442: U.S.A. v. Carroll289-12253: U.S.A. v. Certain Parcel of Land289-1328: U.S.A. v. FPC289-14440: U.S.A. v. Gilbert Associates289-15634-636: U.S.A. v. Grainger and Clavere289-16532: U.S.A. v. W.T. Grant Co.289-1710: U.S.A. v. Henning289-18508: U.S.A. v. International Bldg. Co.289-19167: U.S.A. v. Kahriger289-20205-206: U.S.A. v. Public Utilities Commission290-187: U.S.A. v. Rumely290-218: U.S.A. v. Tucker Truck Lines290-347: U.S.A. v. Universal C.I.T. Credit290-429: Virginia REA v. EPC290-5290: Watson v. Commissioner290-614: Wieman V. Updegraff290-723: Willett Co. v. Chicago290-842: Woolworth Co. v. Contemporary Arts290-944: Wycoff v. 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Economy in Operation of Court302-3Agenda 12 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Per diem rate of subsistence for personnel other than judges302-4Agenda 13 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Mileage for privately owned automobiles302-5Agenda 16 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on removal of civil disabilities of probationers fulfilling terms of probation302-6Agenda 13 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on review of orders of ICC and other administrative agencies302-7Agenda 19 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on treatment of insane persons charged with crime in federal courts302-8Agenda 20 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee of Minor Offenses by Federal Officers302-9Agenda 22 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on the Pre-trial Procedure302-10Agenda 23 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on Judicial Statistics302-11Agenda 25 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Report of Committee on Codification and Revision of Judicial Code302-12Codification and Revisions of Judicial and Criminal Code302-13Agenda 25 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Proposal to eliminate provision for a three-judge court in anti-trust cases302-14Agenda 28 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Costs of Opinions of U.S.A.302-15Agenda 30 - Judicial Conference - 1948302-16Agenda 31 - Judicial Conference - 1948302-17Agenda 32 - Judicial Conference - 1948 - Uniform Rules of Admission to Federal Courts303-1Disposition of old records303-2Fiscal appropriations - 1946-1947303-3Fiscal appropriations - l948303-4Judicial Conference - 1948 - Miscellaneous303-5Minutes of Proceedings of Judicial Conferences - 1940-1946303-6Postwar Buildings Plans303-7State of the Dockets of the Federal Courts303-8Tax Division Memorandum - Instructions on Briefs303-9Use of Trial Memo in Criminal CasesPersonal File (Section XVII)SECTION I General Correspondence304-1A 304-2Adams - Atkins 304-3B - Miscellaneous304-4Belcher - Burgess304-5C - Miscellaneous304-6Cal's Hobby Horse (Anonymous)304-7Cal's Hobby Horse (Favorable)304-8Cal's Hobby Horse (Unfavorable)304-9Centre College304-10Childers - Cooksey304-11D - Miscellaneous304-12Dishman - Dixon304-13E - Miscellaneous304-14F - Miscellaneous304-15Fields, Governor W.J. (1924)304-16Fields, Governor W.J. (1925-1928)304-17G - Miscellaneous - Garland304-18H - Miscellaneous304-19Hall, Mrs. Gladys Walton304-20Insurance305-1J - Miscellaneos - Johnson 305-2K - Miscellaneous 305-3L - Miscellaneous 305-4Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co. 305-5Louisa National Bank 305-6M - Miscellaneous 305-7McClung - Mutual Life Insurance Co. 305-8N - Miscellaneous 305-9New York Life Insurance Co. 305-10Northcott-Tate-Hagy Company 305-11Notes 305-12Oddfellows Orphans - Ohio Top Hat Co. 305-13R - Miscellaneous 305-14Receipts - Ross 305-15S - Miscellaneous 305-16See - Sergeant-at-Arms 305-17Southern Securities Corporation 305-18Sparks - Swetnam306-1T - Miscellaneous 306-2Tucker - Tug River Road 306-3V - Miscellaneous 306-4Vinson and Ferguson Bond - Vinson, Robert 306-5Vinson, Fred 306-6Vinson, James Mr. & Mrs. 1924-1926306-7Vinson, James Mr. & Mrs. 1927-l928 306-8Vinson, Z.T. 306-9W - Miscellaneous 306-10Wellman - Wynkop 306-11X - Miscellaneous307-1A-B, 1938307-2C, 1938307-3D-E,1938307-4F-G,1938307-5H-K,1938307-6L-M,1938307-7N-P,1938307-8Q-R,1938307-9S, 1938308-1T-U,1938308-2V-Y,1938308-3Miscellaneous, 1938308-4A-B,1939308-5C, 1939308-6D-E, 1939308-7F-G, 1939308-8H-J,1939308-9K-L,1939308-10M-O,1939309-1P-R,1939309-2S-T,1939309-3U-Y,1939309-4Miscellaneous, 1939309-5A, 1940309-6B, 1940309-7C, 1940309-8D-E, 1940309-9F-G, 1940309-10H, 1940310-1J-L,1940310-2M-O, 1940310-3P-Q,1940310-4R-S, 1940310-5T-V,1940310-6W-Y,1940310-7Miscellaneous, 1940310-8A-B,1941311-1C-D, 1941311-2E-G,1941311-3H-K,1941311-4L-N,1941311-50-Q,1941311-6R, 1941311-7S-T,1941311-8U-Y,191311-9Miscellaneous, 1941312-1A-B,1942312-2C, 1942312-3D-E,1942312-4F-G,1942312-5H-L, 1942312-6M-0, 1942313-1P-Q,1942313-2R, 1942313-3S, 1942313-4T-V,1942313-5W-Y,1942313-6A-B,1943314-1C-D,1943314-2E-G,1943314-3H-K,1943314-4L-M,1943314-5N-P,1943314-6R, 1943314-7S, 1943315-1S, 1943315-2T, 1943315-3U-V,1943315-4W-Y,1943315-5Miscellaneous, 1943 315-6A-B,1944 315-7C-D,1944316-1E-G,l944316-2H-J,1944316-3K-M,l944316-4N-Q,1944316-5R-S,1944316-6T-V,1944316-7W-Z, 1944317-1A, 1945317-2Autographs Requested, 1945317-3B, 1945317-4C (I), 1945 317-5C (II), 1945317-6Calendar Sheets - July 24, 1945 - June 24, 1946318-1Contributions, 1945318-2D, 1945318-3Drafts, 1945318-4E-F,1945318-5G, 1945318-6Gifts Received, 1945319-1Gifts Received, Loose Material, 1945319-2H, 1945319-3I-J, 1945319-4Jacobs, Dr. William P.319-5K, 1945319-6L, 1945319-7Lester, Wilbur R.319-8Libraries320-1M (I), 1945320-2M (II), 1945320-3Medals of Merit, 1945320-4Memorandum and Letters - Wilbur Lester320-5Merchant, 1945320-6Merchant, Fred K. 320-7Merchant, W.V.320-8N-O,1945320-9OWI,1945320-10OWM & R - July-October, 1945320-11OWM & R - "Road to Tokyo and Beyond," 1945320-12Photographs Requests Declined 1945 320-13Political321-1R, 1945321-2Roosevelt, Franklin D. Library321-3R.F.C., March, 1945321-4S(I), 1945321-5S(II), 1945321-6Speeches, 1945321-7Suspense File - Appointments - B-W, 1945321-8T-U,1945322-1Telephone Messages - July 30, 1945-December 28, 1945322-2Telephone Messages - January 9, 1946-October 21, 1946322-3Unidentified Material322-4University of Kentucky322-5Unprocessed Material, 1945-1946322-6V, 1945322-7W, 1945322-8Henry Wallace, 1944-1945322-9War Department Receipts, 1945322-10Western Union Receipts, 1945322-11Who's Who in America, 1945322-12Williamson, Ben Jr., 1945322-13X,Y,Z, 1945323-1American Bar Association - Committees, 1941 (I)323-2American Bar Association - Committees, 1941 (II)323-3American Bar Association - Committees, 1942323-4American Bar Association - Committees, 1943323-5American Bar Association - Committees, 1944323-6American Bar Association - Conventions, Dues, etc, 1942-1944324-1Centre College, 1939-1944324-2Centre College, 1945325-1Ac-Al, 1946325-2Am-An, 1946325-3Ar-Ay, 1946325-4A, 1947325-5Ad-Am, 1948-1949325-6Ar-Ay, 1948-1949325-7Abele, Col. Lester325-8American Red Cross, January, 1946325-9American Red Cross, February, 1946325-10American Red Cross, March-June, 1946325-11Appointments, 1947325-12Appointments, 1948325-13Appointments, 1949325-14Ardery, Philip, 1946326-1Ba, 1946 326-2Be-Bl, 1946 326-3Bo, 1946 326-4Br, 1946 326-5Bu-By, 1946326-6B, 1947326-7Ba, 1948-1949326-8Be-Bi, 1948-1949326-9Bl, 1948-1949326-10Bo, 1948-1949326-11Br, 1948-1949326-12Bu, 1948-1949326-13Breckinridge326-14Ca, 1946326-15Ce-Cl, 1946326-16Co, 1946326-17Cr-Cu, 1946327-1Ca-Ce, 1947 327-2Ch-Ci, 1947 327-3Cl, 1947 327-4Co-Cu, 1947327-5Ca, 1948-1949327-6Ch, 1948-1949327-7Ci-Cl, 1948-1949327-8Co, 1948-1949327-9Cr-Cu, 1948-1949327-10Calendar Sheets, January-June, 1946 327-11Calendar Sheets, July-December, 1947 327-12Centre College, January-April, 1946 327-13Centre College, May, 1946 327-14Centre College, June-August, 1946327-15Centre College, June-August, 1946327-16Centre College, May, 1946 327-17Centre College, June-August, 1946327-18Centre College, September-December, 1946327-19Centre College, January-May, 1947327-20Centre College, June-July, 1947 327-21Centre College, August-October, 1947328-1Centre College, November-December, 1947328-2Centre College, January-March, 1948328-3Centre College, June, 1948328-4Centre College, July-September, 1948 328-5Centre College, October-December, 1948 328-6Centre College, January, 1949 328-7Centre College, February-March, 1949 328-8Centre College, April, 1949 328-9Centre College, May, 1949 328-10Centre College, June, 1949 328-11Centre College, June, 1949 (Budget) 328-12Centre College, July-August, l940 328-13Centre College, September-December, 1949329-1Christmas Gifts, A-J, 1945329-2Christmas Gifts, K-W, 1945329-3Christmas Gifts, 1946329-4Christmas Gifts, A-H, 1947329-5Christmas Gifts, J-W, 1947329-6Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1948329-7Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1949329-8Christmas Greetings, 1945329-9Christmas Greetings to Cabinet members, etc., 1945329-10Christmas Greetings, A-C, 1946329-11Christmas Greetings, D-I, 1946329-12Christmas Greetings, J-P, 1946 329-13Christmas Greetings, R-Y, 1946329-14Christmas Letters, 1947 329-15Christmas Letters to Division Heads & Acknowledgements, 1945 329-16Clubs & Organizations, A-F329-17Clubs & Organizations, I-U329-18Clubs & Organizations, Community War Fund 329-19Clubs & Organizations, National Press Club 329-20Contributions Requested, A-C, 1946 329-21Contributions Requested, I-W, 1946 329-22Contributions Requested, 1947 329-23Contributions Requested, 1948 329-24Contributions Requested, 1949330-1Da, 1946330-2De, 1946330-3Di, 1946330-4Do, 1946330-5Du-Dy, 1946330-6Da-De, 1947330-7Di-Dy, 1947330-8Da, 1948-1949330-9De-Di, 1948-1949330-10Do-Dy, 1948-1949330-11Darnell Hospital, Danville, Kentucky330-12Dixon330-13Dollar Bills330-14Ea-Ei, 1946330-15Ek-En, 1946330-16Ep-Ey, 1946330-17E, 1947330-18Ea-Ek, 1948-1949330-19El-Ey, 1948-1949330-20Fa-Fe, 1946330-21Fi-Fo, 1946330-22Fr-Fy, 1946330-23F, 1947330-24Fa-Fe, 1948-1949330-25Fi-Fr, 1948-1949331-1Ga-Ge, 1946331-2Gi-Go, 1946 331-3Gr-Gu, 1946 331-4Ga-Ge, 1947 331-5Gi-Gu, 1947 331-6Ga-Gi, 1948-1949331-7Gl-Go, 1948-1949 331-8Gr-Gu, 1948-1949331-9Gifts Received, January-March, 1946 331-10Gifts Received, April-June, 1946331-11Gifts Received, July-September, 1946331-12Gifts Received, October-December, 1946 331-13Gifts Received, January-May, 1947331-14Gifts Received, June-September, 1947331-15Gifts Received, October-December, 1947332-1Gifts Received, January-March, 1948332-2Gifts Received, April-May, 1948332-3Gifts Received, June-December, 1948332-4Gifts Received, January-April, 1949332-5Gifts Received, May-August, 1949332-6Gifts Received, September-December, 1949332-7Greetings: Birthday 1946332-8Greetings: Birthday 1947332-9Ha, 1946332-10He-Hi, 1946332-11Ho, 1946332-12Hu, 1946332-13Ha, 1947332-14He-Hv, 1947332-15Ha, 1948-1949332-16Ho, 1948-1949332-17Hu-Hy, 1948-1949332-18I, 1946-1949332-19International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1946 and 1949333-1Ja-Je, 1946 333-2Jo, 1946 333-3Ju, 1946333-4J, 1947333-5J, 1948-1949333-6Ka-Ke, 1946333-7Ki-Ko, 1946333-8Ki-Ku, 1946334-1K, 1947334-2Ka-Ke, 1948-1949334-3Ki-Ku, 1948-1949334-4La, 1946334-5Le, 1946334-6Li-Lo, 1946334-7L, 1947334-8La-Le, 1948-1949334-9Li-Ly, 1948-1949334-10Library of Congress, 1946334-11McC-McD, 1946334-12McC-McW, 1946334-13Mc, 1947334-14Mc, 1948-1949334-15Ma, 1946334-16Me-Mi, 1946334-17Mo-Mu, 1946335-1Ma, 1947335-2Mi, 1947335-3Mo, l947335-4Ma-Me, 1948-1949335-5Mi, 1948-1949335-6Mo-Mu, 1948-1949335-7Medal for Merit 335-8Morgenthau, Henry Jr., 1946 335-9Na, 1946 335-10Ne-Nu, 1946 335-11N, 1947 335-12N, 1948-1949 335-13National Gallery of Art, 1946-1949 335-14National Gallery of Art - Board of Trustees 335-15National Gallery of Art - Retirement 335-16National Gallery of Art - Treasurer's Report, 1946 335-17National Gallery of Art - Treasurer's Report, 1947335-18O, 1946335-19O, 1947336-10, 1948-1949336-2Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1946336-3Pa-Pi, 1946336-4Pl-Py, 1946336-5Pa-Pl, 1947336-6Po-Pr, 1947336-7Pa-Pe, 1948-1949336-8Ph-Py, 1948-1949336-9Pearson, Drew336-10Photographs Autographed - A-H, 1946336-11Photographs Autographed - J-W, 1946 336-12Post Office, 1946337-1Q, 1946-1949337-2Ra, 1946337-3Re, 1946337-4Ri, 1946337-5Ro-Ry, 1946337-6R, 1947337-7Ra-Re, 1948-1949337-8Ri-Ry, 1948-1949337-9Roosevelt, Franklin D.337-10Sa-Sc, 1946337-11Se-Sl, 1946337-12Sm-So, 1946337-13St-Sy, 1946337-14Sa-Si, 1947338-1Sl-Sp, 1947 338-2St-Su, 1947 338-3Sa-Sc, 1948-l949338-4Se-Si, 1948-1949338-5Sm-Sp, 1948-1949 338-6St-Sy, 1948-1949 338-7Supreme Court, 1946 338-8Ta-Te, 1946 338-9Th-Tu, 1946 338-10T, 1947 338-11Ta-Th, 1948-1949 338-12Ti-Ty, 1948-1949 338-13Travel Vouchers 338-14Turner, Ervine338-15U, 1946338-16U, 1947338-16U, 1948-1949339-1V, 1946339-2V, 1947339-3Va, 1948-1949339-4Vi-Vo, 1948-1949339-5Vaidaman, James, 1946339-6Wa-We, 1946339-10Wh-Wi, 1946339-11Wo-Wr, 1946339-12Wa-We, 1947339-13Wh-Wo, 1947339-14Wa-We, 1948-1949339-15We-Wh, 1948-1949339-16Wi-Wy, 1948-1949339-17X,Y,Z, 1946-1947339-18X,Y,Z, 1948-1949339-19J. Russell Young School of Expression340-1A, 1950-1951340-2A, 1952-1953340-3American Bar Association 340-4American Legion - Distinguished Service Medal, 1947340-5American Red Cross, 1947340-6Appointments, 1950-1951340-7Appointments, 1952-1953340-8Articles, 1946340-9Atlantic Union Community340-10Autographs Declined340-11Autographs Sent - A-E, 1946-1953341-1Autographs Sent - F-K, 1946-1953 341-2Autographs Sent - L-R, 1946-1953 341-3Autographs Sent - S-Z, 1946-1953341-4Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, A-F341-5Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, F-K341-6Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, L-P341-7Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, R-S341-8Autographs - Requests Pending - No Stamps or Return Envelopes, T-Z341-9Autographs - Requests Pending - Stamps or Return Envelopes Enclosed, A-J341-10Autographs - Requests Pending - Stamps or Return Envelopes Enclosed, K-P 341-11Autographs - Requests Pending - Stamps or Return Envelopes Enclosed, R-Z342-1Autographs - Requests, Miscellaneous, A-M 342-2Autographs - Requests, Miscellaneous, N-Y 342-3Autographs - Requests Pending School Children342-4Autographs - Requests Pending - School Children - No Stamps 342-5Autographs - Stamps - First Day covers342-6Ba-Ba, 1950-1951 342-7Br-By, 1950-1951342-8Ba-Bl, 1952-1953342-9Bo-By, 1952-1953342-10Ballots342-11Ca-Cl, 1950-1951342-12Co-Cu, 1950-1951343-1Ca-Ci, 1952-1953343-2Cl-Cu, 1952-1953343-3Calendar Sheets 343-4Calling Cards 343-5Cardoza Memorial Award 343-6Cartoons343-7Centre College, January-February, 1950343-8Centre College, March-April, 1950 343-9Centre College, May-June, 1950 343-10Centre College, July-September, l950 343-11Centre College, October-December, 1950344-1Centre College, January-April, 1951 344-2Centre College, May-June, 1951 344-3Centre College, July-December, 1951 344-4Centre College, January-March, 1952 344-5Centre College, April-June, 1952 344-6Centre College, July-December, 1952 344-7Centre College, January-March, 1953 344-8Centre College, April-May, l953 344-9Centre College, June-August, 1953 344-10Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1950 344-11Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1951 344-12Christmas Gifts and Letters, 1952345-1Clubs and Organizations - CAR (Children of AmericanRevolution) DAR (Daughters of American Revolution) -SAR(Sons of American Revolution) 345-2Clubs and Organizations - Hall of Fame: Susan B. Anthony, William Crawford Goylas, Jackson and Westinghouse, Miscellaneous Endorsements 345-3Clubs and Organizations - Kentucky Research Foundation, 1946-1949 345-4Clubs and Organizations - Kentucky Research Foundation, 1950-1953 345-5Clubs and Organizations - Legal 345-6Clubs and Organizations - Miscellaneous, A-B 345-7Clubs and Organizations - Miscellaneous, C-K345-8Clubs and Organizations - Miscellaneous, L-N 345-9Clubs and Organizations - Miscellaneous, S-W 345-10Clubs and Organizations - Community Chest346-1Contributions Declined346-2Contributions Given346-3Credit Application346-4Da-Di, 1950-1951346-5Do-Du, 1950-1951346-6Da-De, 1952-1953346-7Di-Du, 1952-1953346-8Deep Freeze346-9Dixon, Mrs. Robert346-10Doctors of Law Accepted346-11Doctors of Law Declined346-12E, 1950-1951347-1E, 1952-1953347-2Fa-Fe, 1950-1951347-3Fi-Fu, 1950-1951347-4F, 1952-1953347-5Fraternities347-6Ga-Gi, 1950-1951347-7Gl-Gu, 1950-1951347-8G, 1952-1953347-9Gifts and Greetings - Anniversary and Birthday, 1947-1949 347-10Gifts and Greetings - Anniversary and Birthday, 1950-1951 347-11Gifts and Greetings - Anniversary and Birthday, 1952-1953348-1Gifts Received, January-February, 1950348-2Gifts Received, March-May, 1950348-3Gifts Received, June-September, 1950348-4Gifts Received, October-December, 1950349-1Gifts Received, 1951349-2Gifts Received, 1952-1953349-3Groner, D.L., 1938-1943349-4Groner, D.L., 1944-1952349-5Ha-He, 1950-1951 349-6Hi-Hy, 1950-1951 349-7H, 1952-1953 349-8I, 1950-1951 349-9I, 1952-1953349-10Inauguration, 1952 349-11International Bank, 1950-1951349-12International Bank, 1952-1953350-1J, 1950-1951350-2J, 1952-1953350-3K, 1950-1951350-4K, 1952-1953350-5L, 1950-1951351-1L, 1952-1953351-2Library of Congress Books 351-3Library of Congress Concerts351-4M, 1950 351-5M, 1951 351-6M, 1952 351-7M, 1953 351-8Mc, 1950-1951 352-1Mc, 1952-1953352-2Medal for Merit352-3N, 1950-1951352-4N, 1952-1953352-50, 1950-1951 352-6O, 1952-1953 352-7Pa-Pe, 1950-1951352-8Ph-Pu, 1950-1951 352-9P, 1952-1953 352-10Parade352-11Photographs (To be Supplied by Recipients)352-12Photographs - Autographed, A-C352-13Photographs - Autographed, D-K 352-14Photographs - Autographed, L-P 352-15Photographs - Autographed, R-Z353-1Photograph Requests Declined, A-G353-2Photograph Requests Declined, H-M 353-3Photograph Requests Declined, N-Z 353-4Photographs - General, 1946-1949 353-5Photographs - General, 1950-1953 353-6Personal Biography 353-7The President - Dwight D. Eisenhower 353-8The President - Franklin D. Roosevelt 353-9The President: Speeches and Statements 353-10The President - Harry S Truman 353-11The President Log Trip to Key West and Orlando, Florida354-1The President - Truman - Log of the Eighth Visit to Key West 354-2The President - Truman - Log of the Tenth Visit to Key West 354-3Prichard, Edward F.354-4R, 1950-1951354-5R, 1952-1953354-6Sa-Sl, 1950-1951354-7Sm-Sy, 1950-1951354-8S, 1952-1953355-1Speeches and Statements sent to Chief Justice, 1952355-2Speeches and Statements sent to Chief Justice, 1953355-3Sponsorship, 1947-1951355-4Sponsorship, 1952-1953355-5Subscriptions355-6T, 1950-1951355-7Ta-Th, 1952-1953355-8Ti-Ty, 1952-1953355-9Truman Library356-1U, 1950-1951356-2Va-Ve, 1950-1951356-3Vi-Vo, 1950-1951356-4V, 1952-1953356-5Vinson - Appointments to office356-6Vinson - Biographies approved for Who's Who 356-7Vinson - Biographical Sketches 356-8Vinson, Chief justice - Nomination - Oath, Swearing In 356-9Vinson Day at Louisa, Kentucky, July 11, 1951 356-10Vinson Family Genealogy 356-11Vinson - Kornutzer's "Books on Famous Fathers and Sons"356-12Vinson Memorial Service, September 10, 1953 356-13Vinson, Mrs. Fred M. - Invitations and Acceptances, 1945-1947356-14Vinson, Mrs. Fred M. - Thank You Letters; Illness 1952356-15Vinson for President Letters, 1950-1952357-1Vinson Retirement 357-2Vinson - Travel Vouchers 357-3Vinson - Trip to Moscow - Rumors on appointment as Secretary of State357-4Wa-We, 1950-1951357-5Wh-Wy, 1950-1951357-6Wa-We, 1952-1953357-7Wh-Wy, 1952-1953357-8Wardman Park Hotel Lease 357-9Washington & Lee University357-10X,Y,Z, 1950-1953358-1Vinson, Fred M. Jr., 1942-1945358-2Vinson, Fred M. Jr., 1946-1953 (Restricted)358-3Vinson, James R., 1945-1950358-4Vinson, James R., 1951-1953358-5Vinson, Miss Lou, 1938-1953358-6Vinson, Robert W., 1939-1953358-7Vinson, Robert W., Sympathy LettersSECTION II Condolences359-1A 359-2B 359-3C 359-4D 359-5E-F 359-6G 359-7Ha-He 359-8Hi-Hu 359-9I-J 359-10K 359-11L359-12Mc359-13M360-1N 360-2O-P360-3Q-R 360-4Sa-Sm360-5Sn-Sz360-6T360-7U-V360-8W360-9X,Y,Z360-10No addressSECTION III Congratulatory Letters and Telegrams361Bound volumes - Congratulatory Letters, 1938 - Associate Justice of U.S. Court of Appeals362Bound volumes - Congratulatory Letters, 1943 - Director of Economic Stabilization363-1Congratulatory Letters - A-C, 1945363-2Congratulatory Letters - D-H, 1945363-3Congratulatory Letters - I-Mc, 1945363-4Congratulatory Letters - M-N, 1945363-5Congratulatory Letters - 0-R, 1945364Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - A-C Vol. I365Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - D-J Vol. II366Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - K-0 Vol. III367Bound volume - Congratulatory Letters, 1945 - Secretary of Treasury - R-Z Vol. IV368-1Congratulations - Chief Justice - A368-2Congratulations - Chief Justice - Ba-Bi368-3Congratulations - Chief Justice - Bl-By368-4Congratulations - Chief Justice - Ca-Ci368-5Congratulations - Chief Justice - Co-Cu368-6Congratulations - Chief Justice - D368-7Congratulations - Chief Justice - E368-8Congratulations - Chief Justice - F368-9Congratulations - Chief Justice - G368-10Congratulations - Chief Justice - H369-1Congratulations - Chief Justice - I-J369-2Congratulations - Chief Justice - K369-3Congratulations - Chief Justice - L369-4Congratulations - Chief Justice - Mc369-5Congratulations - Chief Justice - M369-6Congratulations - Chief Justice - N-0369-7Congratulations - Chief Justice - P369-8Congratulations - Chief Justice - Q-R369-9Congratulations - Chief Justice - Sa-Sh370-1Congratulations - Chief Justice - Si-Sz370-2Congratulations - Chief Justice - T370-3Congratulations - Chief Justice - U-V 370-4Congratulations - Chief Justice - W-ZSECTION IV Invitations371-1Invitations - A,1938-1944371-2Invitations - B-E, 1938-1944371-3Invitations - F-G, 1938-1944371-4Invitations - H-J, 1938-1944371-5Invitations - K-M, 1938-l944371-6Invitations - N-P, 1938-1944371-7Invitations - R-T, 1938-1944371-8Invitations - U-W, 1938-1944372-1Invitations, 1945372-2Invitations Accepted, March-December, 1945372-3Invitations Declined, March-August, 1945372-4Invitations Declined, November-December, 1945372-5Invitations to Speak, July-September, 1945372-6Invitations to Speak, October-December, 1945373-1Invitations, January-February, 1946373-2Invitations, March-May, 1946373-3Invitations, June-December, 1946373-4Invitations, January-June, 1947373-5Invitations, July-December, 1947373-6Invitations, 1948373-7Invitations, January-May, 1949373-8Invitations, June-December, 1949373-9Invitations Accepted, January-February, 1946373-10Invitations Accented, March-May 1946373-11Invitations Accepted, June-September, 1946373-12Invitations Accepted, October-December, 1946374-1Invitations Accepted, January-March, 1947 374-2Invitations Accepted, April-May, 1947 374-3Invitations Accepted, June-September, 1947 374-4Invitations Accepted, October-December, 1947 374-5Invitations Accepted, January-March, 1948 374-6Invitations Accepted, April-August, 1948 374-7Invitations Accepted, September-December, 1948 374-8Invitations Accepted, January-February, 1949 374-9Invitations Accepted, March- April, 1949 374-10Invitations Accepted, May-September, 1949374-11Invitations Accepted, October-December, 1949374-12Invitations Accepted (Ashland Junior Chamber of Commerce) 374-13Invitations Accepted (Chicago: Army Day Celebration) 374-14Invitations Accented (Derby Day, 1946) 374-15Invitations Accepted (Falmouth, 1946) 374-16Invitations Accepted (Falmouth, 1946)375-1Invitations Accepted (Mrs. Mesta - 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Vinson's retort to criticism of Kentucky by Representatives Celler and LaGuardia of New York.389-3April 11, 1924 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record where Vinson favors the proposed Immigration Restriction Bill of 1924, 68th Cong., lst Sess., pp. 6117-6121.389-4May, 1924 - Comparison of the Kentucky Derby to the 1924 presidential race. Vinson views Coolidge's attempt towin the West in terms of the recently run Kentucky Derby.389-5June 18, 1924 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record where Vinson opposes Secretary Mellon's tax-exempt Securities Bill, 68th Cong., lst Sess., pp. 11499-11501.389-6June, 1925 - Commencement Address to Louisa High School, Louisa, Kentucky. Obligation of graduates to Continue to improve their lives in the American tradition.389-7May, 1926 - Commencement Address to Carter County High School, Grayson, Kentucky. Obligation of graduates to continue to improve their lives in the American tradition.389-8July 12, 1926 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record in which Vinson calls for a geologicalsurvey of Mammoth Cave, 69th Cong., 1st Sess., pp. 13065-13066.389-9November, 1926 - Speech by Vinson in praise of Fifth District Democrats for helping Alben W. Barkley in U.S. Senate race, Louisville, Kentucky.389-101927 - Speech on the historical background and enduring quality of the U.S. Constitution. (No location)389-111927 - Speech in support of J.C.W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for governor. (No location) Plan for Democrats to close their ranks after a bitter primary election fight.389-121927 - Gubernatorial campaign speech for the Democratic nominee, J.C.W. Beckham. (No Location). Strong criticsm of the state and national Republican organization.389-131927 - Speech in support of J.C.W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for governor, Elliott County. Plea for Democrats to close their ranks after a bitter primary election fight.389-141927 - Partial speech in favor of J.C.W. Beckham, the Democratic nominee for governor, Henry County.389-151927 - Resolution of respect for James H. Woods, a deceased Mason, drawn up by Vinson at Louisa, Kentucky.389-161927 - Outline of a speech for the 1927 gubernatorial campaign. (No location)389-17March 2, 1927 - Remark in the Congressional Record concerning the establishment of Veteran's Hospitals, 69th Cong., 2nd Sess., p. 5307.389-18May 17, 1927 - District Parent-Teachers meeting, Greenup, Kentucky. Discusses the National Congress of Parentsand Teachers.389-19May 30, 1927 - Memorial Day Address, Cynthiana, Kentucky. Patriotic glorification of American overseas war efforts in the Spanish-American War and World War One.389-20September, 1927 - Welcome address to the Fair and Home-Coming of Lawrence County, Louisia, Kentucky. Praises the virtues of Kentucky.389-211928 - Electioneering procedures for support of Alfred E. Smith, Democratic presidential nominee of 1928. (No location) Special emphasis placed on women contributing to the Democratic party's effort at the local level.389-22March 10, 1928 - Speech before the House of Representatives in favor of a proposed Lame-Duck amendment to the Constitution.389-23March 12, 1929 - Speech appearing in the Congressional Record in which Vinson assesses his accomplishments after five years in Congress, 70th Cong., 2nd Sess., P. 5328 (Appendix).389-24January 30, 1931 - Speech concerning Vinson's relationship with Morehead State Teacher's College, Morehead, Kentucky. Vinson tells student body to follow the lead of the Board of Regents.389-25December 18, 1931 - Congressional speech by Vinson in opposition to President Herbert Hoover's foreign-debt moratorium executive agreement, 72nd Cong., 1st Sess.389-261932 - Incomplete congressional speech concerning foreign tax credits that is critical of the foreign tax credit policies of the Republicans.389-271932 - Statement on President Herbert Hoover's proposed budget of 1932.389-281932 - Speech critical of President Herbert Hoover's proposed increase of the tax on tobacco. Critical of Republican economic policies, specifically, the proposed increase of the tax on tobacco.389-29May 3, 1932 - Congressional speech concerning the proposed Economy Bill of 1932, 72nd Cong., lst Sess., pp. 9781-0783, Congressional Record. 389-30June 14, l932 - Congressional debate over the payment of Adjusted Compensation Certificates to Veterans, 72nd Cong., lst. Sess., pp. 12317-20, 29, 34, Congressional Record. Vinson in favor of increased Veteran Bonus Benefits.389-31July 12, 1932 - Statement by Representative McDuffie (Alabama) in the Congressional Record in praise of Vinson's recent radio speech concerning taxation, 72nd Cong., lst Sess., p. 12593.389-32July 18, 1932 - Speech in the Congressional Record concerning the Glass-Borah Currency vs. Owen Bonus Currency, 72nd Cong., lst Sess., p. 16230.389-33October 11, 1932 - Speech concerning taxation delivered before the Annual Convention of the American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, Louisville, Kentucky. Speech reviewing Vinson's Congressional proposal to create a committee to investigate the duplication and waste of Federal and State tax burdens.389-34June 15, 1934 - Speech in Congress assessing his strong support of New Deal measures, 73rd Cong., 2nd Sess. 389-35June 15, 1934 - Speech in Congress in support of his proposed tobacco reduction bill, 73rd Cong., 2nd Sess.389-361935 - Chandler-Rhea Democratic gubernatorial primary speech. (No location) Vinson supports John Rhea.389-371935 - Speech in support of A.B. "Happy" Chandler, Democratic nominee for governor. (No location) Plea for party unity after a bitter Democratic primary election, and support of Franklin Roosevelt's domestic programs.389-38March 5, 1935 - Statement before the House Ways and Means Committee concerning the Vinson Bill (payment of adjusted service certificates) Government Printing Office, Washington. Statement in favor of payment of adjusted service certificates to veterans.389-39April 17, 1935 - Speech on the constitutionality of the proposed Social Security Bill, 74th Cong., 1st Sess. Vigorous support by Vinson of the constitutionality of the proposed Social Security Bill.390-1January 30, 1938 - Speech on radio station WOR concerning the proposed Corporate Tax rates, New York City. Appeal to increase corporate tax rates in order to provide a more equitable tax system. 390-2January 31, 1938 - Speech on radio station WOR concerning the proposed Tax Bill of 1938, New York City. Vinson debates Representative Allen T. Treadway (Rep-Massachusetts) concerning the Administrations proposed Tax Bill of 1938.390-3March 3, 1938 - Speech in the Congressional Record by Vinson concerning the Tax Bill of l938, 75th Cong., 3rd Sess. pp. 3722-3711. Vinson replies to minority report of the House Ways and Means Committee disapproval of the New Tax Bill of 1938.390-4March 6, 1938 - Discussion over radio station WJSV concerning the provisions of the proposed New Tax Bill of 1938, Washington. Vinson vigorously defends the New Tax Bill as equitable to all classes.390-5March 6, 1938 - Speech over the CBS radio network concerning the New Tax Bill of 1938, Washington.390-6April 4, 1941 - Dedication speech of Greenup Courthouse concerning the courts and justice, Greenup, Kentucky. The individual and justice in the court system.390-7May 28, 1941 - Commencement address to Louisa High School, Louisa, Kentucky. Graduates future in war-expectant American society.390-8December 8,1942 - Speech concerning the problems and practice of the U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals delivered, before the regional war meeting of the American Bar Association, New York City. The relationship of the Emergency Court of Appeals to the Price Control Act of 1942.390-9January 12, 1943 - Speech before the District of Columbia Bar Association concerning the practice of the Emergency Court of Appeals, Washington.390-10July 8, 1943 - Speech on the CBS radio network discussing inflation, Washington. Need of every American to curb inflation in order to insure economic stabilization.390-11July 14, 1943 - Speech on the NBC radio network discussing inflation, Washington. Duty of every American to curb inflation.390-12July 31, 1943 - Speech at the dedication of the Red Cross Blood Donors Center, Washington. Plan for more blood donors to help the war effort.390-13September 12, 1943 - Radio interview with Ernest K. Lindley concerning Vinson's role as Director of Economic Stabilization. (No location) Efforts by Vinson to achieve price stabilization.390-14September 17, 1943 - Speech before the Southern Combed Yarn Spinners Association concerning the need to fight inflation on the home front, Charlotte, North Carolina. Battle against inflation shows signs of success (enclosed is the Annual Report of the Southern Combed Yarn Spinners Association).390-15September 25, 1943 - Speech concerning the progress of the Third War Loan Drive, Washington. 390-16October 7, 1943 - Speech over the NBC radio network reviewing the nation's economy under one year of the Stabilization Act, Washington.390-17October 20, 1943 - Speech before the Washington Board of Trade concerning subsidies as a means to Promote economic stabilization, Washington.390-18November 4, 1943 - Speech before the Investment Bankers Association of America concerning wartime tax policy, New York City.390-19November 4, 1943 - Correspondence concerning Vinson's Investment Bankers Association speech, New York City.391-11943-1944 - Speech Material391-2January 11, 1944 - Speech by Bolith J. Laws, Judge on the U.S. Emergency Court of Appeals, concerning the work of the Court delivered before the District of Columbia Bar Association of Washington, Washington. Practice of the Emergency Court of Appeals.391-3April 1, 1944 - Speech before the Federal Bar Association concerning wartime economic stability and prospects for the future, Washington. Attempts to stabilize the national economy in order to avoid a postwar economic collapse.391-4April 19, 1944 - Speech before the Wharton School of Finance concerning, the war on inflation, Philadelphia. Prospects for post-war inflation. 391-5May, 30, 1944 - Speech before the Surgeons of the Southern Railway System concerning the administration's successful fight against inflation, Winston Salem, North Carolina. Vinson praises the efforts of the administration and the people to produce for war without suffering from the disease of severe inflation.391-6July 15, 1944 - Report to the executive session of the Bretton Woods Conference concerning the country's quotas in the International Monetary Fund, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Vinson argues for an increase in quota for the International Monetary Fund.391-7July 20, 1944 - Speech before the Bretton Woods Conference concerning the limit to which the United States would approve the funding quota of the International Monetary Fund, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Vinson seconds Lord Keynes motion to limit the monetary fund to $8.8 billion.391-8July 22, l944 - Statement at the Bretton Woods Conference concerning Secretary of State Cordell Hull's announcement of the forthcoming conversations on an international security organization, Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Post-war world security organization.391-9March 15, 1945 - Vinson press conference concerning his duties as newly appointed Federal Loan Administrator, Washington. Vinson discusses his new job as Federal Loan Administrator and the administration's goal of providing loans to business in order to promote postwar full employment.391-10April 3, 1945 - Address at testimonial dinner honoring Associate Justice Hugo Black, Washington.391-11May 6, 1945 - Federal government policy in regard to celebrating victory over Germany, Washington.391-12May 9, 1945 - Vinson press conference concerning the mobilization of the economy for a quick defeat of Japan, Washington. Total war mobilization effort against Japan.391-13May 18, 1945 - Speech at the Sixth Judicial Circuit Conference, Washington. Discussion of the law in war and peace.391-14May 28, 1945 - Commencement address before Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. What the graduate faces.391-15May 30, 1945 - Memorial Day address at Arlington National Cemetery, Washington. Memorial Day appeal on the future of the post-war world. 391-16June 3, 1945 - Text of a letter from Director Vinson, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, to Senator Robert F. Wagner, Chairman, Senate Banking and Currency Committee, concerning the Full Employment Bill.391-17June 15, 1945 - Statement before the House Banking and Currency Committee concerning the renewal of the Stabilization Act.391-18June 29, 1945 - Vinson press conference concerning his agency's regular three month report to Congress and the President, Washington. 391-19July 25, 1945 - Speech before the Variety Clubs of American National Humanitarian Award dinner in honor of Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of penicillin, Washington. Contribution of Sir Alexander Fleming to the war effort.391-20August 11,1945 - Panel discussion concerning America's post-war economic aims presented by the American Broadcasting Company in cooperation with the Committee for Economic Development, Washington. Jobs after victory analysis.391-21August 19, 1945 - Speech before the Quiz Kids radio program concerning the Victory Loan drive, Chicago.391-22August 31, 1945 - Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency on the Full Employment Bill. 391-23September, 1945 - Script for eight war loan films, Washington. Victory loan.391-24September 3, 1945 - Labor Day Speech on need for sustained post-war American economic growth, Peoria, Illinois.392-1October 15, 1945 - Statement before the Senate Finance Committee favoring slight interim tax reduction.392-2October 20, 1945 - West Virginia Bar Association speech, Huntington, West Virginia, concerning the public's need to trust American leaders in post-war economic reconstruction. 392-3October 28, 1945 - Radio broadcast concerning the launching of the Victory Loan drive, Washington.392-4October 31, 1945 - Statement before the House Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, on the Full Employment Bill.392-5November 1, 1945 - First Vinson Victory Loan speech at Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City.392-6November 11, 1945 - Victory Bond Drive speech Atlanta, Georgia, encouraging support for Victory loan bonds in order to prevent post-war inflation.392-7November 12, 1945 - Speech before the John Russell School of Expression. Dedication of a "Dumbarton" oak tree, Washington.392-8November 20, 1945 - Speech before the American Legion concerning conversation on the economy from one of wartime to one of peacetime, Chicago.392-9November 27, 1945 - Speech before the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and War Finance Committee Concerning the Victory Loan, Indianapolis, Indiana.392-10December 1, 1945 - Annual meeting of the D.C. Bar Association, Washington. General assessment of the Truman Administration's various attempts to insure post-war economic security.392-11December 10, 1945 - Statement before the House Treasury subcommittee on Appropriations concerning estimates of appropriations of the Treasury Department for the 1947 fiscal year.392-12December 14, 1945 - Off the record speech before the National Press Club concerning the Proposed British loan, Washington.392-131946 - Newspaper Womens reception for the Trumans. (No location) 392-141946 - Speeches before the Senate Banking and Currency Committee concerning the British loan. Necessity of the British loan for American economic security and international stability.392-15January, 1946 - United Kingdom Loan - Questions and Answers. Printed Treasury Department document concerning the merits of the proposed Anglo-American Financial Agreement.392-16January 5, 1946 - Testimonial speech in honor of Sam Rayburn, Dallas, Texas. Speech in praise of Sam Rayburn's many Congressional accomplishments.393-1January 9, 1946 - Speech before the American Academy of Political and Social Science concerning the benefits of the proposed British loan, Philadelphia. Plea to end economic nationalism and thereby promote a stable international order. Majority of the speech concerns the benefits of the proposed loan to the United Kingdom.393-2January 12, 1946 - Panel discussion by Secretary Vinson and Dean Acheson concerning the British loan, Washington. NBC network broadcast in a series entitled "Our Foreign Policy."393-3January 24, 1946 - Speech on proposed British loan before the North Carolina Press Institute at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, concerning the proposed financial loan between the United States and the United Kingdom.393-4January 31, 1946 - Speech before the Baltimore Association of Commerce calling for the extension of the Stabilization Act, Baltimore, Maryland. Plea for extension of the Stabilization Act in order to prevent vast post-war inflation.393-5February 6, 1946 - Vinson and Will L. Clayton discuss on radio station WINX the proposed British loan, New York City.393-6February 11, 1946 - Extemporaneous speech at former Georgia representative Robert Ramspeck's testimonial dinner, Washington.393-7February 12, 1946 - Speech before the American Advertising Council concerning the role played by savings bonds in the fight against inflation, and the need for continuing support from the advertising industry, Washington.393-8February 15, 1946 - Extemporaneous speech at the Stetson Banker's dinner, New York City.393-9March 5, 1946 - Vinson's Testimony before Senate Banking and Currency Committee concerning the proposed loan to the United Kingdom. There are a series of Trade and Financial Statistics which accompany the testimony.393-10March 8, 1946 - Address by Peter Roe Nugent, Mayor of Savannah, at the opening plenary Session of the World Fund and Bank at Savannah, Georgia. Welcoming of delegates to the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank.393-11March 8, 1946 - Radio broadcast explaining the reasons and purposes of the world-wide Monetary Conference at Savannah, Georgia, by Vinson, Lord Keynes of England, Mr. Mendes of France, and Mr. T.L. Soong of China, Savannah, Georgia.393-12March 9, 1946 - Address before the Savannah Chamber of Commerce concerning the purpose of the world-wide Monetary Conference, Savannah, Georgia.393-13March 9, 1946 - Address of welcome to the delegates of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-14March 9, 1946 - Message from President Truman to the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank, Savannah, Georgia.393-15March 9, 1946 - Address by Dr. J.V. Mladek, chairman of the Czechoslovak delegation to the Savannah Conference, at the opening plenary session of the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-16March 9, 1946 - Address by Hsi Te-Mou of China at the opening plenary session of the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank, Savannah, Georgia.393-17March 9, 1946 - Address by Pierre Mendes-France, alternate governor of the World Bank, at the opening plenary session of the inaugural meeting of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-18March 18, 1946 - Speech by Chintaman Deshukh of India at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-19March 18, 1946 - Speech by Edward Drozniak, chairman of the Polish delegation, at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-20March 18, 1946 - Speech by Lord Keynes at the closing session of the Savannah Conference praising Vinson's chairmanship, Savannah, Georgia.393-21March 18, 1946 - Speech by Orlos Monteros of Peru at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-22March 18, 1946 - Speech by Ahmed Zaki Rey Saad of Egypt at the closing plenary session of thn World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-23March 18, 1946 - Speech by Emilis Toro of Columbia at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-24March 18, 1946 - Speech by Graham F. Towers of Canada at the closing plenary session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-25March 18, 1946 - Speech by Vinson at the closing session of the World Fund and Bank meeting, Savannah, Georgia.393-26March 19, 1946 - Dr. Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros, Governor for Mexico of the World Fund and Bank, and Secretary Vinson discuss the recently adjourned meeting at Savannah, Georgia of the Board of Governors of the International Monetary Fund and the World rank on WTOP radio station, Washington. 393-27March 23, 1946 - Jackson's Day Speech, Louisville, Kentucky. Praiseworthy accomplishments of the Democratic Party during the New Deal and early Truman years. Emphasis on the proposed British loan and the International Monetary Fund and World Bank as sources of post-war economic security.394-1March 27, 1946 - Statement before House Banking and Currency Committee concerning the extension of the Stabilization Act.394-2March 29, 1946 - Speech before Buffalo Chamber of Commerce concerning the Anglo-American loan, Buffalo, New York. The impact of the proposed British Loan on American economic recovery and the creation of a stable post-war economic order.394-3April 6, 1946 - Jackson Day speech, St. Louis. Praiseworthy accomplishments of the Democratic Party, the need to wage a total peace in the post-war world, especially through economic cooperation.394-4April 23, 1946 - Public Debt limit - Statement before Senate Finance Committee favoring a lower public debt. Vinson's statement to Senate Finance Committee is the cause of its consideration of Senator Byrd's bill to reduce the public debt limit.394-5April 24, 1946 - Extemporaneous speech before the Kentuckians Society, New York City. 394-6May 3, 1946 - Speech before the Texas State Societyhonoring Attorney General Tom C. Clark, Washington.394-7May 7, 1946 - Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency concerning price control and continuation of the OPA.394-8May 14, 1946 - Statement before the Senate Committee on Banking and Currency concerning the British loan. British loan essential for free international trade which is vital to American economic security.394-9May 18, 1946 - Address upon initiation into Washington and Lee's college chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Lexington, Virginia.394-10May 23, 1946 - Speech before the Tennessee Banker's Association concerning the sustaining of post-war economic growth and international economic cooperation, Memphis, Tennessee.394-11June 7, 1946 - Commencement address at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky. Challenge of the future.394-12June 15, 1946 - Speech on the ABC radio network concerning the Savings Bond program, Washington. Need of savings bonds to achieve final economic victory in the post-war nation.394-13October 1, 1946 - Statement before the House Ways and Means Committee concerning the structure of peacetime taxes. There are estimated expenditure and income charts which accompany the testimony.394-14January 31, 1947 - Outline of a speech given in honor of Sam Rayburn.394-15April 17, 1947 - Outline of a speech dedicating the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, regarding the Individual and the law.394-16May 12, 1947 - Speech honoring James F. Byrnes before the Variety Club of Southern California, Los Angeles. Receipt by James F. Byrnes of the Variety's Club's Humanitarian Award.395-1September 22, 1947 - Speech before the American Bar Association concerning the threat of totalitarianism to democracy, Cleveland, Ohio. 395-2November 28, 1947 - Freedom train speech concerning the timelessness of the Constitution, no place.395-31948 - Speech before the 80th Congress. Need for Congress to enact legislation to control the rising cost of living and meet the housing shortage. 395-4September 4, 1948 - Outline of speech to Phi Delta Theta fraternity, Oxford, Ohio.395-5September 17, 1948 - Speech at the opening convocation of the Bicentennial Year of Washington and Lee University concerning enduring qualities of our Constitution, Lexington, Virginia. The motivation of the founding fathers in writing the Constitution and a brief history of Washington and Lee University.395-6December 17, 1948 - Short greetings at the presentation of the Wright Brothers' Aeroplane to the Smithsonian Institution, Washington.395-7July 23, 1949 - Extemporaneous speech before the American Legion Convention, Lenior, North Carolina.395-8September 6, 1949 - Speech before the American Bar Association Convention concerning the business of judicial administration, St. Louis. Speech before the Conference of State Chief Justices focusing on the need for judicial reform.395-9September 7, 1949 - Speech before the American Bar Association Convention concerning the constituted functions of the Supreme Court, St. Louis. Reform of criminal trial and general Supreme Court procedure.395-10May 13, 1950 - Speech before the Gridiron Club concerning love and unity in politics, Washington.395-11May 18, 1950 - Speech before the American Law Institute reviewing the actions of the last session of the Supreme Court, Washington.395-12June, 1950 - Speech dedicating Alumni Memorial Building at Centre College, Danville, Kentucky.395-13June, 1950 - Speech before Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Centre College concerning the preservation of the American system, Danville, Kentucky. The American system meets the challenge in crisis times.396-1July 4, 1951 - Speech over the CBS radio network commemorating the 175th Anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, Washington. Preservation of the liberties embodied in the Declaration of Independence.396-2September 17, 1951 - Speech at the Library of Congress marking the completion of measures for the preservation of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, Washington.396-3September 20, 1951 - Brief speech introducing the Right Honorable Viscount Jowitt, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain before the American Bar Association annual dinner, New York City.396-4May 9, 1952 - Speech at the dedication of the Andrew W. Mellon Memorial Foundation, Washington.396-5December 15, 1952 - Speech at the ceremonies installing the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and Bill of Rights in the National Archives, Washington. The enduring qualities of these documents.396-6August 27, 1953 - Speech introducing the Right Honorable Lord Simonds, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain before the American Bar Association annual dinner, Boston.Articles and Statements File (Section XIX)397-1Articles on Vinson - American Federationist - Message from AFL Green - January, l944. 397-2Articles on Vinson - American Mercury - Kenneth Crawford and Gilbert Stewart - April, 1946.397-3Articles on Vinson - Banking - Award of Certificate of Merit to the ABA. - January, 1946.397-4Articles on Vinson - Courier-Journal - Articles on Secretary of the Treasury - June 24,1945.397-5Articles on Vinson - Courier-Journal - Article on the Supreme Court - March 2, 1947.397-6Articles on Vinson - Courier-Journal - Article on the Chief Justice by George Joseph - July 21, 1949.397-7Articles on Vinson - Finance - "What Vinson Thinks on Interest Rates" - September 10, l945.397-8Articles on Vinson - International Year Book Company - January, 1946.397-9Articles or Vinson - Kentucky - "Kentuckian Serve Nation as Economic Stabilizer" - Summer, 1943.397-10Articles on Vinson - Lexington Herald - "Presidential Possibilities - Fred M. Vinson" by Thomas Underwood - February 14, 1952.397-11Articles on Vinson - Newsweek - September 20, 1943; October 1943; November 15, 1943; June 13, 1949.397-12Articles on Vinson - New York Times "Vinson: Politics Extraordinary" by John Crider - October 14, 1945.397-13Articles on Vinson - Parade - December 7, 1947.398-1Articles on Vinson - Peoria's Key to Newcomers - No date.398-2Articles on Vinson - PM - Article on Chief Justice by Kenneth Stewart - September 14, 1947.398-3Articles on Vinson - The Record - Secret Service - July 31, 1945.398-4Articles on Vinson - Sun-Telegraph - Acceptance of Honorary Chairmanship Oratory Competition - February 14, 1947.398-5Articles on Vinson - Talks - Digest of Talks prepared by CBS - October, 1943.398-6Articles on Vinson - Taxes - The Tax Magazine - October, 1943.398-7Articles on Vinson - U.S. News and World Report - "Vinson and Eisenhower" - August 10, 1951.398-8Articles by Vinson - Anti-Inflation Bulletin (Insurance Companies) - 1944.398-9Articles by Vinson - American Magazine - Article for December, 1943 issue.398-10Articles by Vinson - Liberty Magazine - "How Wage Stabilization Benefits You" - November 27, 1943.398-11Articles by Vinson - Paper Pews Poster - Direct Advertising Magazine (Brad Stephens and Co.) - December, 1943.398-12Articles by Vinson - Super Market Merchandising - August, 1943.399-1Statements Given - American Red Cross - January, 1947.399-2Statements Given - Brandeis Convocation Celebrating his 9lst Birthday at the University of Louisville - November, 1947.399-3Statements Given - Bretton Woods Signing Ceremonies - December 27, 1945.399-4 Statements Given - Collier - Year Book - 1945.399-5 Statements Given - Coronet - January 1 to December 31, 1946.399-6 Statements Given - Edgerton - January 31, 1948.399-7 Statements Given - Judiciary Building Corner Stone Laying Ceremonies at Frankfort, Kentucky - November, 1947.399-8 Statements Given - Labor Day Statements - September 3, 1944.399-9 Statements Given - Murphy Article in Memorial issue of Michigan Law Review - January, 1950.399-10 Statements Given - National Herald (Greek) - October, 1946.399-11 Statements Given - Omicron Delta Kappa - Article to be published in Circle - September, 1946.399-12 Statements Given - OWMR - "From War to Peace" - August, 1945.399-13 Statements Given - OWMR - "Road to Tokyo" - July 1, 1945.399-14 Statements Given - Radio Broadcast - 25th Anniversary - October, 1945.399-15 Statements Given - Eleanor Roosevelt - McCall's - "Golden Book of World Tributes to Mr. Roosevelt" - June, 1944.399-16 Statements Given - Rutledge Article in Indiana Law Journal and Iowa Law Review - April, 1950.399-17 Statements Given - Kimbrough Stone Law Review of the University of Kansas - October, 1947.399-18 Statements Given - Dr. Thomas Walker Bi-Centennial Celebration - Barbourville, Kentucky - April 28, 1950.399-19 Statements Requested - Affiliated Young Democrats Inc. - 1946.399-20 Statements Requested - American Cancer Society - April, 1946.399-21 Statements Requested - Article on War and Postwar Fiscal Policy for the 1945 edition of the Army and Navy Journal - "United States at War" - 1945.399-22 Statements Requested - Boy Scouts of America - 26th Anniversary - 1946.399-23 Statements Requested - Commercial and Financial Chronicle - March 14, 1946.399-24 Statements Requested - "The Democrat" - Memorial to F.D. Roosevelt - March, 1946.399-25 Statements Requested - National Committee on Boys and Girls 4-H Club Work - March, 1946.399-26 Statements Requested - Statement on Japanese Surrender by the Secretary of the Treasury - August 14, 1945.399-27 Statements Requested - Labor Day edition - The Retail and Wholesale Employee - September, 1945.399-28 Statements Requested - Labor Day edition - Labor Press Association for all labor publications - August, 1945.399-29 Statements Requested - Labor Day edition of Trade Union Courier - September, 1945.399-30 Statements Requested - Statement for Movies - March, 1945.399-31 Statements Requested - National Foreign Trade World - April 19, 1946.399-32 Statements Requested - National Planning Association "Public Policy Digest" - October, 1945.399-33 Statements Requested - Drew Pearson - Column - July, 1945.399-34 Statements Requested - Peace and Prosperity through International Cooperation - Business Forum - Fulton National Bank - Atlanta, Georgia - August, 1945.399-35 Statements Requested - Time-Life International - April, 1946.399-36 Statements Requested - Tenth Anniversary - United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Works of America - August, 1945.399-37 Statements Requested - Washington Times Herald - Good Friday Observance - April, 1946.400-1 Statements - Requests for Declined - 1946. 400-2Statements - Requests for Declined - 1947. 400-3Statements - Requests for Declined - 1948. 400-4Statements - Requests for Declined - 1949. 400-5Statements - Requests for Declined - 1950. 400-6Statements - Requests for Declined - 1951. 400-7Statements - Requests for Declined - 1952-1953.Newspaper Clipping File (Section XX)401-11920s401-2Primary Election - 1924401-3Early New Deal Years - 1932-1934401-4Tobacco Tax - 1933-1934401-51935401-6Gubernatorial Election - 1935401-71936401-81938-1942401-91943 401-101944401-111945401-12Mrs. Fred Vinson Launching the "S.S. Victory Loan"- October 6, 1945 401-131946 401-141947 401-151948-1949402-1Rosenburg Case - 1953 402-2January-February, 1953 402-3March-April 1953.402-4May, 1953402-5June-August, 1953402-6September, 1953403 November 1, 1929 to December 11, 1942404-1 Director of Economic Stabilization - May, 1943 404-2Director of Economic Stabilization - June, 1943 404-3Director of Economic Stabilization - July 1 to December 31, 1943405 Office of War Mobilization and Conversion - April 1, 1944 to April 31, 1945.406 Secretary of the Treasury - Vol. 1 - June 24, 1945 to August 24, 1945.407 Secretary of the Treasury - Treasury Financing and V-Loan - Vol. 2 - August 16, 1945 to April 25, 1946.408 Secretary of the Treasury - Pictures and Cartoons - Vol. 3 - May 28, 1945 to May 29, 1946.409 Secretary of the Treasury - British Loan, Bretton Woods, Export-Import Bank, and Foreign Loan News - Vol. 4 - December 7, 1945 to May 30, 1946.410 Secretary of the Treasury - Taxes - Vol. 5 - July 5, 1945 to May 30, 1946.411 Secretary of the Treasury - Economic Stabilization - Vol. 6 - July 27, 1945 to May 25, l946.412 Secretary of the Treasury - Miscellaneous - Vol. 7 - July 23, 1945 to June 20, l946.413 Chronological Index of Newspaper Clippings for Vols. 1-7 - July 6, 1945 to June 20, 1946.414 Secretary of the Treasury - Savannah Conference - March 8-19, 1946.415-1 Chief Justice - Personal - July 11, 1946 to December 31, 1946 415-2 Chief Justice - Personal - January 1, 1945 to December 31, 1951 415-3Chief Justice - Personal - January 1, 1952 to December 31, 1952 416-1 The Chief Justice - June 6-26, 1946 416-2Supreme Court - June 25, 1946 to December 31, 1946 417-1 Supreme Court - January 2, 1947 to October 27, 1948 417-2Supreme Court - January 1, 1948 to December 31, 1951 417-3Supreme Court - January 5, 1952 to December 31, 1952418 Chief Justice for President - July 2, 1946 to August 3, 1952Photographs, 1907-1953Boxes 419-420In the two boxes of the Photographs File there are numerous photographs of various sizes dating from 1907 through 1953. These photographs depict the public career and private life of Fred M. Vinson. Pictures are arranged chronologically. At the end several photograph albums are included. Memorabilia and Picture File, 1924-1953The Memorabilia and Picture File consists of over two hundred pieces of individually wrapped items which depicts some aspect of Vinson's life. Items such as framed pictures, framed photographs, signed documents, plaques, political cartoons, and other miscellaneous materials are found there. Motion Picture and Recording File, 1937-1953The Motion Picture and Recording File contains one motion picture concerning the Veteran's Bonus and 12 audio recordings including speeches and Fred M. Vinson Day at Louisa, Kentucky, July 11 1951. Frederick Moore Vinson Collection, 1907-1953