Reel 62 Government 1916, 1924-1930

Series V, Government, begins with letters from concerned individuals, like Henry Bruere, on the Mexican border situation of 1916 and President Wilson's unsuccessful attempt to appoint Brandeis to the settlement Commission. Reports and materials on unemployment published in Paul Kellogg's The Survey, and correspondence from Max Lowenthal, secretary to the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, end this reel. (Boxes G 1, 2-1a)