Reel 27 Nutter, McClennen & Fish 1911-1915

At the beginning of reel 27, there is correspondence between Brandeis and John A. Fitch, an editor of The Survey, concerning draft legislation for a six day work week. Among the miscellanea that follows are: invitations to speak before the University of Michigan and Harvard Law departments; correspondence about the Ohio Workmen's Compensation bill; a draft of "Trusts and Their Relation to Business . . . ," a speech given before the Republican Club of New York on January 13,1912; correspondence on the Alaskan Coal bill before the U.S. Senate; additional material on the LaFollette anti-trust bill; discussions with Norman Hapgood about articles for Collier's, and with D. O. Ives and others about appointment to the Boston Harbor Tunnel Commission. The reel ends with correspondence on the Industrial Equality Partnership bill before the Massachusetts legislature and on the programs of the Boston Equal Suffrage Association. (Boxes NMF 44-2/7, 45, 46, 47-1/3a)

Box 45, folder 2 contained printed material not filmed.