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The Committees series contains meeting minutes and reports, correspondence, and pamphlets from many committees in which Greenbaum was active or gave legal advice. The committees focus on the justice system, as well as a variety of civic concerns. The committees include the Committee for Modern Courts and the New Jersey Institutions and Agencies Study Commission.
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The Correspondence series contains personal correspondence between Greenbaum and his family and friends. The alphabetical correspondence includes discussions of the World Wars. The chronological correspondence contains letters pertaining to Greenbaum's participation in his community and congratulations for earning the Rogerson Cup and Medal from Williams College in 1957.
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The Law series is divided into four main sections: Cases, Law Associations, Printed Materials, and Reform of the Judicial System, and includes correspondence and memoranda, reports, meeting minutes, and court documents. Cases includes the State of New Jersey v. William M. Frazer, the Long Island Railroad Commission, and Charles E. Mitchell against the Commission of Internal Revenue, and Law Associations includes the American Bar Association, the New York County Lawyers' Association and the New York Law Society. The printed materials are largely concerned with the justice system and legal profession, especially the New York court system, and the Reform of the Judicial System section contains information about a variety of reform efforts, including court delays, jury trials, and the reorganization of court systems, as well as Greenbaum's service on the advisory committee of the Columbia University Project for Effective Justice. The series also includes Greenbaum's notes from Columbia Law School.
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Series 6: United States Government Service, 1914-1962

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The United States Government Service series documents Greenbaum's involvement with the United States Army during both World Wars, especially his service in the War Department during World War II, as well as his service as an alternate United States delegate to the United Nations General Assembly, 1956-1957. Please see the subseries descriptions in the content list for additional information about individual subseries.
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The Oversized Materials series contains photographs and scrapbooks. There are two photographs: one of Under Secretary of War Patterson and his staff, including Greenbaum, and the other of an unidentified woman reading. The majority of the series is composed of scrapbooks. The scrapbooks are titled by subject, which include the courts and court reform, the United States military, the United Nations, and Svetlana Alliluyeva. The scrapbooks are composed of newspaper clippings, as well as photographs, correspondence, and writings by Greenbaum.
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Subseries 2A: Military Correspondence, 1944-1954

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The Military Correspondence subseries is divided into two parts. The first grouping consists of letters sent, approximately three a week, by Lanham to his wife from 1944 until the end of WWII. Each letter is several pages long and detail his experiences, observations, and feelings concerning commanding a unit on the frontlines, the Battle of the Bulge, meeting up with the Russian Army, and the immediate aftermath of the war. The second grouping is Confidential SHAPE Correspondence Files, as arranged by Lanham. The letters date from 1950 until his retirement four years later. The folders are a mix of personal correspondence and official military orders and memorandum.
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The Subject Files subseries contains subject files pertaining to Lanham's military experience. Included in the files are articles, publications, and correspondence. Several files include information pertaining to individuals, most notably Eisenhower and General Omar Bradley. Also included are transcripts of speeches by Lanham and his 201 file. A 201 file is the official military personnel file and contains documentation of Lanham's assignments, awards, citations, medals, promotions, recommendations, and travel information.
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Series 2: Military Career, 1940-1975

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The Military Career series documents Lanham's career, particularly 1944-1954, through articles, letters, speeches, publications, military orders, and his 201 (personnel) files. The series does not reflect his early career, but does have some information on the West Point Class of 1924. There are also a number of published materials including bound volumes of the Infantry Journal, West Point Alumni information, and magazines produced by units Lanham previously served with.
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Series 5: Oversized Materials, 1916-1978

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The Oversized Materials series contains materials that are too large to fit inside normal record cartons. The appointments, certificates, and commissions grouping contains all official and decorative documents awarded to Lanham for all ranks from Corporal in Second Regiment of the Eastern High School Cadets to Major General in the United States Army. The Awards and Citations found in the papers include scrolls given by American Units and foreign honors bestowed on Lanham, including a French Knighthood and Czechoslovakian War Cross. The series also includes several photobooks and scrapbooks. The photos often have information written on the back providing date, context, and identifying people. The scrapbooks document Lanham's career from 1945 until his retirement and contain various articles, pictures, commentary, and artifacts that detail his experience. Only one incomplete ledger documents 1955-1978. The vinyl records are recordings of speeches given by Lanham or events held in his honor.
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Series 2: Professional Organizations, 1930-1950

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The Professional Organizations series documents Lotka's involvement with several statistical and scientific organizations, including the American Statistical Association (ASA), the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, and the Population Association of America (PAA). The papers include correspondence, papers, pamphlets, meeting agendas, conference information, and administrative materials for each organization. The series also includes correspondence between Lotka and other scholars discussing the organizations.