Reel 63 Government 1929-1933

Correspondence and progress reports from the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, especially concerned with prohibition enforcement, continues on this reel. It includes incoming correspondence from Max Lowenthal and proposed legislation to improve the enforcement of criminal laws in the United States. There is also correspondence concerning the reissue of Brandeis' books, Other People's Money and Business--A Profession, and the assignment of royalties; a speech on unemployment by Gifford Pinchot, Governor of Pennsylvania; correspondence with Norman and William Hapgood on the management of their family business, the Columbia Conserve Co.of Indianapolis, Indiana; and incoming letters with remedies for the depression. Major correspondents found on this reel are Louis B. Wehle, Felix Frankfurter, and David Lawrence. (Boxes G 2-1b/2, 3, 4, 5-1/3b)