Reel 67 Government 1936-1937

Letters to Brandeis from concerned citizens commenting on national economic problems and on the likelihood of Franklin Roosevelt's reelection in 1936 begin reel 67. Additional correspondence and progress reports on Norman and William Hapgood's Columbia Conserve Company; and newspaper clippings, handouts, and correspondence discussing Franklin Roosevelt's court reorganization plans dominate the balance of material. Also found are copies of the proposed legislation on the president's plan. Correspondents include Emanual H. Licht, George W. Anderson, Frank Gannett, Amos Pinchot, and Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers of Massachusetts. (Boxes G 12-1d/2, 13, 14-1a/1c)