Reel 12 Nutter, McClennen & Fish 1904-1916

The topic of irregular employment is continued on reel 12. Here also is found correspondence between Mr. Brandeis and others interested in the "single tax" plus documentation related to a freight tunnel bill and gas and subway matters in the Boston area; correspondence concerning the "Right to Privacy," an article written by Brandeis and Samuel D. Warren; and pamphlets and other background materials on railway freight rates. In addition, there are drafts of two Brandeis speeches: "The Opportunity in the Legal Profession" and "What Loyalty Demands." Correspondents include Hayes Robbins, Ralph M. Easley, Samuel D. Warren, William Seton Gordon, and Curtis Guild, Jr. (Boxes NMF 11-2c/3, 12, 13-1/5b)