Reel 156 Warren & Brandeis ... 1904 - 1916

Reel 156 begins with correspondence outlining Brandeis' legal work on a real estate purchase by his nephew Harry B. Wehle. Other material includes reports and memoranda pertaining to the New York Ladies' Tailors' strike, 1911 - 1912; draft legislation on the incorporation of the Boston Elevated Company, as proposed by the Public Franchise League; and drafts of two Brandeis speeches, "On Hours of Labor" given before the New England branch of the National Civic Federation, January 11, 1906 and "Business--a Profession," the Brown University commencement address of June 19, 1912. The reel ends with household vouchers for 1915. Correspondents include Otto Wehle, Julius Henry Cohen, and William G. Marks. (WB #20393, 204541, 204591, 20544, 205741 221071 22109, 22112, 22116, 22120, 22121. 22122, 22123)