Reel 39 Nutter, McClennen & Fish 1915-1916

Continued on this reel is material of the American Jewish Relief Committee, including financial statements, reports and executive board minutes. An unrevised copy of Brandeis's speech, The Living Law, given before the Chicago Bar Association in January, 1916; correspondence with Norman Hapgood on financial problems and litigation facing Harper's Weekly; as well as correspondence with officials of the Interstate Commerce Commission, the Massachusetts Public Service Commission and several Jewish organizations is also found. The reel ends with correspondence and news clippings on Wilson's appointment of Brandeis to the Mexican Border Commission and with applications from Supreme Court staff hopefuls. Correspondents include Joseph B. Eastman, Edward A. Filene, Florence Kelley, and Alfred Brandeis. (Boxes NMF 72-1d/4, 73-2/5, 74-1/7a)

Box 73, folder 1, contains issues of the American Federation of Labor News Letter from 1915-1916, and was not filmed.