Reel 28 Nutter, McClennen & Fish 1911-1916

This reel begins with correspondence between Brandeis and leaders of the Women's Suffrage movement, such as Alice Stone Blackwell. Applications for employment with the law firm of Brandeis, Dunbar and Nutter and correspondence concerning industrial education with Meyer Bloomfield of the Vocation Bureau are also found. The bulk of this reel contains material on the anti-trust and political insurgency movements, such as Brandeis's speech at the Massachusetts A. F. of L convention at Fitchburg, Massachusetts on September 18, 1912, articles from Collier's and The Boston Journal, copies of numerous addresses made by Brandeis during the 1912 presidential campaign and general correspondence with John A. Fitch, Felix Adler, Pauline Goldmark, Moses E. Clapp, Norman Hapgood, Richard T. Ely and Felix Frankfurter. (Boxes NMF 47-3b/3c, 48, 49, 50-1/5b)