John Marshall Harlan's Correspondence

A Location Guide to Other Collections of Justice John Marshall Harlan's Correspondence

Excerpted from Adrienne deVergie and Mary Kate Kell, Location Guide to the Manuscripts of Supreme Court Justices (Austin, Tex. : University of Texas. Tarlton Law Library, 1978). Reprinted with permission of the Jamail Center for Legal Research, the University of Texas.

John Marshall Harlan's correspondence can be found within the following collections of personal papers:

  1. Benjamin Helm Bristow, lawyer and United States Secretary of Treasury
    Papers, 1839-1932, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  2. Holmes Conrad
    Papers, 1812-1950, located in Virginia Historical Society Collections
  3. Jacob McGavock Dickinson, Cabinet officer, jurist and lawyer
    Papers, 1812-1946, located in Tennessee State Archives, Manuscript Section
  4. Melville Weston Fuller, Chief Justice United States Supreme Court
    Papers, 1833-1951, located in Chicago Historical Society Library
  5. Horace Gray, Justice United States Supreme Court
    Correspondence, 1845-1902, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  6. Adeline (Burr) Davis Green, wife of David Davis, Supreme Court Justice and later of agriculturist W.J. Green
    Correspondence, 1828-1955, located in Duke University Library
  7. Walter Quintin Gresham, soldier, priest, statesman
    Papers, 1857-1930, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  8. Frederick William Lehman, lawyer, bibliophile, reformer
    Papers, 1756-1928, located in Washington University Library (St. Louis, Missouri)
  9. William Lindsay, Confederate officer, judge, Kentucky and United States Senator
    Papers, 1867-1932, located in University of Kentucky Library
  10. Horace Harmon Lurton, Associate Justice of Supreme Court
    Papers, 1860-1914, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  11. Phillips Family
    Papers, 1832-1914, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  12. Alfred Pirtle, Kentucky historian
    Papers, 1847-1924, located in Filson Club (Louisville, Kentucky) Collection
  13. Henry Wade Rogers, professor of law at University of Michigan, President of Northwestern University
    Papers, 1873-98, located in University of Michigan, Michigan Historical Collection
  14. Morrison Remick Waite, Chief Justice United States Supreme Court
    Papers, 1818-88, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  15. Augustus Everett Willson
    Papers, 1865-1921, located in Filson Club (Louisville, Kentucky) Collection
  16. Frederick Douglas, abolitionist, orator. journalist, diplomat
    Papers, 1841-1964, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
  17. John Marshall Harlan, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court
    Papers, 1810-1971, located in Library of Congress Manuscript Division
    Family and general correspondence, legal and financial papers, and other materials, chiefly 1861-1911