John Marshall Harlan Papers, 1884 1972 (Mostly 1936 1971)

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Tom C. Clark - opinion; Hugo L. Black and William O. Douglas join the Court's judgment and opinion, but also adhere to the views expressed in their dissents in Adler v. Bd. of Educ, and Garner v. L.A. Bd., supra, and to their concurrences in Wieman v. Updegraff, supra Stanley F. Reed, with whom Harold H. Burton and Sherman Minton Join, dissenting; John Marshall Harlan, dissenting.
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The Miscellaneous Files subseries contains materials about how the Second Circuit Court functioned. These include correspondence about court conferences, case opinions, an index of cases, reports about the court, and legal documents from cases heard before the court. Also included are Harlan's case calendars and his writings about the court, some with critical analysis.
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The Second Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals series documents the decisions and operation of the Second Circuit court from the period when Harlan served on the court (1954-1955) and his subsequent service as the Supreme Court Justice responsible for the Second Circuit Court. Please see the subseries descriptions in the contents list for additional information about individual subseries.
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The Documents series contains official documents given to Harlan throughout his career, most of which are appointment and admission documents to his positions, honorary degrees, and award certificates. Also included are his United States Supreme Court identification card, diplomas received by his father, John Maynard Harlan, and registration materials for Harlan's dog.
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Princeton University. Library. Special Collections
John Marshall Harlan (1899-1971), a distinguished lawyer and jurist, served on the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court. Harlan's papers consist of legal materials, correspondence, writings, and personal papers that document his career as an attorney and a judge, especially the period when he was a Supreme Court Justice.