The Collected Works of C. Duke Jerome

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Lott, A. Manrique-Vallier, D. Banks, D. Reiter, Jerome P. Paiva, T. Akande, O. Li, and J. Murray, J.

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Ghosh, J. Reiter, J. Burgette, L. Drechsler, J. Wang, Hao, and Jerome P. This correspondence is mainly of a personal nature since the correspondence and memoranda dealing with the operations of CA II are filed in a separate series. The "Correspondence" in this series is either with other CA II judges or is administrative in nature and does not refer to specific cases. The remainder of the material in this series relates to the administrative business of CA II. The material in this series, which dates from about to , is indicative of Frank's varied interests.

In the first section, there is extensive draft material for all of Frank's books except Law and the Modern Mind and Not Guilty. The "Proposed Books" section contains material for books that were planned but never completed, including a novel and biographies of Charles Evans Hughes, Theodore Roosevelt and Julius Rosenwald.

The "Articles" section contains both published and unpublished material and the "Speeches" section contains drafts of lectures as well as drafts of speeches. Many of the speeches date from the period when Frank served on the Securities and Exchange Commission. The series includes research materials and reviews of Frank's writing. There are also copies of the unpublished book Frank wrote for his course in fact-finding and a few lecture notes.

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In each section, with the exception of "Photographs," there is personal material relating to the person named. These sections may contain such materials as information and correspondence concerning financial affairs, personal correspondence, writings, biographical information, memorabilia and art work. This unarranged material consists of Frank's handwritten notes and miscellaneous printed and mimeographed pages, as well as annotated pamphlets, newspaper clippings and magazine articles.

The material covers innumerable topics and was used by Frank as research sources for his writings, lectures and court work. Conditions Governing Access The materials are open for research. Box is restricted until January 1, due to privacy concerns. Conditions Governing Use Copyright has been transferred to Yale University for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator s of this collection. Copyright status for other collection materials is unknown.

Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U. Copyright Law Title 17, U. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user. Permission to publish from the transcripts of the oral history interview in Box must be obtained from the Oral History Research Office at Columbia University.

Jerome Frank, ; gift of Boris I. Bittker, ; and transfer from the Yale Law School, Arrangement Arranged in eight series and one addition: I. Correspondence and Subject File, Pre Correspondence and Subject File, Writings, Speeches, and Panel Discussions. Yale Course Material. Personal and Financial Papers. Additional Description.

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  8. Overview The papers consist of correspondence, legal material including opinions, decisions, calendars, memoranda, and other papers , writings, speeches, Yale course materials, and family and personal papers of Jerome N. Frank, lawyer, government official during the New Deal, author, legal philosopher, teacher, and federal judge. The papers reflect Frank's wide range of activities, interests, and associations, and include important correspondence with many well known government officials, lawyers, philosophers, educators, authors, and judges.

    The papers and correspondence reflecting Frank's interest in and advocacy of "legal realism," the papers dealing with the politics and programs of the New Deal, and the papers relating to "Learned Hand's Court," the U. Second Circuit Court of Appeals are arranged in this collection. Frank's parents were both descendents of German Jews who had come to the United States during the s and the s. Jerome Frank had two sisters, Melanie and Charlotte. When Frank was seven, his father, a successful lawyer, moved his family to Chicago.

    Frank was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and graduated cum laude in At his father's insistence, Frank entered the University of Chicago Law School in the same year but left soon after entering to become secretary to Charles Merriam who had shortly before been elected a Chicago alderman on a reform ticket. Frank attended committee meetings for and with Merriam and conducted inquiries and investigations for the alderman.

    Returning to law school after a year as Merriam's secretary, Frank graduated in with the highest average of any student at the law school up to that time. He was also elected to membership in the Order of the Coif. Frank was admitted to the Illinois Bar in and in October of that year began work as a clerk in the Chicago law firm of Newman, Levinson, Becker and Cleveland. In March Frank became a member of the firm, which had changed its name to Levinson, Becker, Cleveland and Schwartz.

    The firm specialized in corporate reorganizations and in corporate financial problems. One of the partners in the firm, Salmon O. Levinson, was well known as an advocate of the "outlawry of war" movement and was one of the authors of the Kellogg-Briand Pact. Frank was made a full partner in and the name of the firm became Levinson, Becker, Schwartz and Frank.

    Florence Kiper was already known in Chicago literary circles as a young poet of some note. A daughter, Barbara, was born to the Franks on April 10, In , Frank was asked by his friend, Ulysses S. Schwartz, to serve on a committee investigating charges made by a resident of Hull House that clothing workers were making so little money that they had to be subsidized by Jewish Charities of Chicago in order to live.

    The charges were substantiated in the ensuing investigation and the committee issued a report condemning the Chicago clothing manufacturers.

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    Since many of the manufacturers were among the largest contributors to Jewish Charities, the report was not made public. In Schwartz was elected a Chicago alderman and again he called on Frank for help, this time in the area of the long-lived Chicago traction disputes. Schwartz was opposed to an ordinance granting a franchise to the street car companies, and with Frank's help mounted a successful attack against the ordinance in the City Council.

    The ordinance later was passed by referendum. Peter Humfrey. Freiherr Detlev von Hadeln [], Venice. The original sale catalogue consisted of a folded sheet of three closely printed pages, with no numbers assigned to the items in the lists; the sale consisted of paintings by artists other than Lely, drawings and pictures by Lely, and copies after Lely. Jerome, a whole figure with a Landskip [sic]," measuring in length 3 feet 6 inches and in "bredth [sic]" 2 feet 9 inches. In support of the identification is the exact correspondence of the dimensions 42 by 33 inches , and the account of the provenance published in see note 3.

    The full line of descent in his family is recorded in NGA curatorial files. James's Square. The entry states that the picture had been purchased at the Lely sale by the Earl of Kent.

    In a draft of one of the documents prepared for the count's signature in connection with the offer this painting is described as one "which came from my personal collection in Florence.