Reel 21 Nutter, McClennen & Fish 1910-1911

Material concerning the Ballinger investigation continues on this reel, with typescript copies of Louis R. Glavis's testimony and the final argument of John J. Vertrees, Ballinger's attorney before the Congressional committee. There is also correspondence with the Economic Club of Boston, the National Conservation Congress and with the two publications, The American Magazine and The Boston Common. The reel ends with correspondence regarding garment workers disputes in Cleveland and Chicago, a proposed Louisville Gas and Electric merger, and with members of the National Progressive Republican League. Correspondents include Julius Henry Cohen, Jane Addams, A. Lincoln Filene, Henry Moskowitz, Alfred Brandeis, Henry M. Johnson of Louisville, Kentucky, and John E. Lathrop. (Boxes NMF 31-2/6, 32, 33, 34-1a)