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The Hurst Collection

Series VII: Correspondence

This series is comprised of correspondence between Hurst and his colleagues, attorneys, students, political figures, and various citizens interested in his work in legal history.  Included is Hurst’s correspondence during his visiting professorship at the University of Florida in 1978. 

Letters throughout the series reveal the evolution of Hurst’s teaching American legal history, demonstrate his influence on and importance to legal history scholars, and discuss important acts of the Wisconsin legislature as well as federal and state court decisions.  Letters date between 1951 and 1988.  The material is arranged chronologically.

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Summary: A listing of total sales for Growth of American Law.

Date: December 20, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. Brownell regarding a text review.

Date: October 31, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and J.E. Boell of the State Historical Society regarding the historical and research value of circuit court files and record books.

Date: November 1, 14, and 21, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Erwin Griswold of Harvard regarding racial segregation in legal education.

Date: November 14, 1950, (2 copies exist)

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Summary: Profit statement from Rockford Enterprises Inc.

Date: 1949-1950

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Summary: Correspondence to Alvin E. Friedman of the University of Wisconsin Zubrensky for Assembly Club regarding registration as a student organization.

Date: October 12, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company Publishing regarding the submission of Hurst's new manuscript.

Date: October 10, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Albert E. Meder, Jr. of Rutgers University regarding a possible deanship position for Hurst.

Date: October 6, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding Ford Foundation grants.

Date: October 9, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company Publishing regarding the use of Hurst's text in a Harvard classroom, and upcoming publications.

Date: August 28 and September 20, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hon. Philbrick McCoy of the Municipal Court of Los Angeles regarding the candidacy of Wisconsin Senator McCarthy for the United States Senate.

Date: March 31 and April 4, 1950

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Walter Monagan regarding entrance to the graduate program in legal studies at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: February 7 and 11, 1950, (includes several letters of recommendation)

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mrs. Rolland McDonald regarding a comment made by Hurst at a recent freshman forum on the subject of democratic traditions and the jailing of individuals with Communist beliefs.

Date: December 20 and 30, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Philbrick McCoy regarding permission to quote aspects of The Growth of American Law for the Survey of Legal Protection.

Date: October 31, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Leonard W. LaBaree regarding faculty minutes and ballot results from the Committee on Appointments and Promotions.

Date: June 22, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Dean Oliver S. Rundell of the University of Wisconsin, and the Social Science Research Council regarding university involvement in an American Journal on comparative law.

Date: May 29, August 14 and 17, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Clarke Smith of the University of Wisconsin Regent's Board regarding Hurst's salary for the academic year of 1951-1952.

Date: August 31, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from J.S. Holt of the University of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's earnings for the 1951 summer sessions.

Date: August 21, 1951

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Summary: Annual qualifications questionnaire.

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Summary: Memorandum from John P. Frank of Yale Law School to members of the Committee of Teacher's Against Segregation regarding the educational requirements for nonsegregation.

Date: May 22, 1951 (2 copies exist)

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Governor Walter Kohler, and the State Superintendent regarding television channels reserved for public education purposes.

Date: May 10, 16, and 17, 1951

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Summary: Booklet outlining the Oliver Wendell Holmes Memorial Fund: report of Oliver Wendell Homes Devise Committee.

Date: Presented at the 76th Congress, 3rd session

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Summary: Correspondence to all members of the teaching staff at the University of Wisconsin from the American Association of University Professors regarding a controversy at the University of California surrounding the political affiliation of faculty members.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Elliott E. Cheatham of the Columbia University regarding school segregation.

Date: May 8 and 11, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mrs. Woods O. Dreyfus of the Wisconsin Congress of Parents and Teachers regarding the reservation of television channels for non-commercial educational use.

Date: May 10, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at Princeton University regarding a possible appointment for Hurst in Public Law.

Date: April 18, 1951

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Reginald Heber Smith of the Survey of the Legal Profession regarding Hurst's work and publications.

Date: April 11, 1951

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Summary: A background summary, possibly for a reference or admission, for James T. Haight.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hon. Felix Frankfurter regarding the will of Justice Holmes and his estate.

Date: April 2, 1951, (2 copies exist)

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Summary: Royalty statement for The Growth of American Law from Little Brown and Company Publishing.

Date: 1950-1951

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Summary: Handwritten notes on individuals with communist sympathies focusing in on the cases of Mencheo v. Chesley, Grant v. Readers Digest Assn., Spanel v. Pegler, Wright v. Farm Journal, and other specific Wisconsin cases.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and A. Matt Werner of the Sheboygan Press regarding the concerns surrounding legal research, the search for the new deanship, and the treatment of Oliver Rundell at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: October 27 and 28, and November 4, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Felix Frankfurter, and Dr. Douglas Logan regarding Hurst's publications and a visitation from a traveling professor.

Date: October 25, 27, and 30, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Delmar Karlen of New York University regarding an introductory law course on law, society, and procedure.

Date: October 30, and November 5, 1952

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1952

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Summary: Wisconsin state binding order for three volumes of S. J. D. thesis by Robert S. Hunt.

Date: July 2, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Clifford L. Lord of the Wisconsin State Historical Society regarding provisions for individual study rooms and a faculty study for Hurst.

Date: August 29, 1952

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Summary: Handwritten listing of three legal professionals and their corresponding areas of specialization.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Clarke Smith of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents regarding Hurst's salary for the academic year of 1952-1953.

Date: August 25, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Herbert Wechsler of Columbia University regarding Frank Remington's participation in an institute project for a model criminal justice code.

Date: June 11, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles F. Woodard of Little Brown and Company regarding the creation of a teaching aid for The Growth of American Law, and an outline of proposed books Hurst planned on completing. (includes Hurst's four page plan for research and writing in U.S. Legal History).

Date: May 29, and June 5, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence between Dean Oliver S. Rundell and Atty. John L. Palmer regarding "diploma privilege."

Date: September 24, 25, and 26, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Principal Douglas Logan of the University of London regarding a recommendation for Professor Carl Auerbach.

Date: October 16, 1952

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Summary: Affidavit from Hurst regarding Hilbert Zarky.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Clifford Lord regarding provisions for individual study rooms in the new site for the State Historical Society.

Date: April 16, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from William Miller regarding Hurst's upcoming publications.

Date: March 24, 1952

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1951

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Summary: Feature story released by the University of Wisconsin News Service regarding job prospects for Wisconsin law students.

Date: March 18, 1952

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Summary: News clipping from the Capital Times displaying a petition created by local citizens in protest of the activities of Senator McCarthy.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from David B. Truman regarding teaching materials and current publications for legal studies.

Date: February 22, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company regarding a listing of schools utilizing The Growth of American Law.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the federal communications commission, and Columbia Broadcasting Systems regarding commercial sponsorship of presidential nominating conventions.

Date: February 1 and 5, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company, and Jon Waltz of Yale University praising the value of The Growth of American Law for legal students.

Date: January 16 and February 7, 1952

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Summary: Paragraph outlining the provisions surrounding discrimination under the fourteenth amendment.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company regarding a listing of universities utilizing The Growth of American Law as a teaching aid.

Date: October 11, and 17, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W.F. Brooks of the National Broadcasting Company regarding the CBS decision to sell its news coverage of political conventions to a private sponsor.

Date: January 21, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John Guy Fowlkes regarding the terms surrounding summer salary allocations.

Date: January 16, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to William S. Paley of Columbia Broadcasting Systems regarding the coverage of political conventions by a commercial sponsor.

Date: January 10, 1952

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Carl H. Fulda of Rutgers University regarding content for a course in legislation. (includes a copy of the proposed ideas)

Date: December 16 and 20, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Kenneth C. Davis of the University of Minnesota and Attorney Harry Frank regarding a consultant to serve on a legislative council.

Date: December 16, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, President Grayson L. Kirk of Columbia University, and Professor Arthur W. Macmahon regarding a bicentennial conference on federalism.

Date: August 29, and September 2, 11, and 15, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at Yale University regarding a problem arising with Yale's tenure committee and university administration.

Date: December 4, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Wesley Sturges of Yale University regarding a recommendation for John Frank.

Date: November 19, 23, and 25

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Thurgood Marshall regarding a review of text on constitutionality and the commerce clause.

Date: November 5, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Dean regarding Professor Paul Freund.

Date: October 28, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from C.A. Auerbach of the London School of Economics regarding an appointment for Jaro Mayda in comparative law.

Date: October 22, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John Guy Fowlkes regarding the terms surrounding summer session deposits.

Date: October 19, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Charles Webster regarding Webster's new professional position.

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Summary: Memorandum from Hurst regarding Wisconsin attitudes toward a capitalism study.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Zarky regarding a recent suspension.

Date: October 7, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and former student Carl William Laumann regarding a recommendation.

Date: September 14 and 15, 1953

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thurgood Marshall of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund regarding an invitation for Hurst to attend an upcoming meeting.

Date: August 19 and 20, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John Guy Fowlkes regarding leave determination and summer session teaching.

Date: August 11, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from former student Arnold H. Weiss regarding the value of Hurst's legislation course.

Date: August 7, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ervin H. Pollack of Ohio State University regarding classification and bibliography interests for the American Association of Law Libraries.

Date: August 11 and 13, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thurgood Marshall regarding an invitation to attend a conference focusing on school segregation cases in the Supreme Court.

Date: August 10 and 13, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and GiangaStone Bolla from Italy regarding an invitation to attend a conference on the effects of law upon agriculture.

Date: August 10, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from J.D. Hyman of the University of Buffalo regarding a lecture series honoring James McCormick Mitchell.

Date: August 4, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Elliot Cheatham of Columbia University regarding the use of The Growth of American Law as a course teaching aid.

Date: July 22, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to J.E. Boell of the State Historical Society regarding Justice of the Peace court records.

Date: July 17, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Carol J. Zillman of the Wisconsin Federation of Teachers regarding an invitation for Hurst to give a speech on threats to public education.

Date: July 7 and 13, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to J.R.L. Johnson of the Hercules Power Company regarding a past conference.

Date: June 26, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hon. Herbert F. Goodrich of the American Law Institute regarding funding for legal research and a recommendation for Frank Schultz.

Date: June 21, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hon. Herbert F. Goodrich of the American Law Institute regarding the Mellon Trust for useful legal research.

Date: May 21 and June 1, 1953

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Summary: Report of a special committee detailing a proposal to add stipulations regarding the personal use of intoxicants to an official oath for public officers in Wisconsin.

Date: March 31, 1866

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Summary: Correspondence to Marcus Wyler of Switzerland from Little Brown and Company regarding an article based on part V of The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 2, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John Ritchie of Washington University regarding a law firm history project and the resignation of Del Karlen from the University of Wisconsin Law Department.

Date: June 2 and 4, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Lee Nichols of the United Press Associations regarding racial integration of the U.S. Armed Forces and a past article Hurst had written on the topic.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Stanley H. Guyer regarding possible terms for the Willard and Erma N. VanMatre Scholarship Fund.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Julian H. Levi of the Southeast Chicago Commission regarding a meeting confirmation.

Date: March 16, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Kenneth C. Davis of the University of Minnesota regarding funding for the Social Science Research Council and research on the topic of administrative processes.

Date: April 30, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to S.W. Rolph of the Electric Storage Battery Co. regarding an article focusing on governmental activities and private decision making.

Date: April 3, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Herbert Deane of the Rockefeller Foundation regarding an upcoming visit to Madison.

Date: April 14, 1953

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding law school representation on the Social Science Research Council.

Date: March 31, and April 7, 8, and 15, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John Ritchie of Washington University regarding a visiting professorship for Frank Schultz.

Date: April 16, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dan Dykstra of the University of Utah regarding the history of local firms and the development of a legal history seminar.

Date: April 3 and 7, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John Ritchie of Washington University regarding faculty appointments and structuring at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: April 1 and 2, 1953

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and John V. Dodge of the Encyclopedia Britannica regarding a revision written by Hurst on Lawyers: U.S. section. (includes final copy and rough draft of Hurst's submission)

Date: March, and April, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Howard N. Meyer regarding Sobell v. United States.

Date: March 13,18,19, and 21, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Clarence H. Faust, and Dorothy Soderlund of the Fund for the Advancement of Education regarding the eligibility of law professors for faculty fellowship programs.

Date: February 6, and March 3,5, 10, and 19, 1953

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Summary: Royalty Statement for Little Brown and Company regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1952

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Mark DeWolfe Howe of Harvard University, and Richard S. Kirkendall regarding funding for a research project.

Date: March 9 and 12, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Banker's Trust Company of New York regarding the conversion of stock.

Date: March 12, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company regarding a revised course outline.

Date: March 4, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dr. Clarence Faust regarding the faculty fellowships fund.

Date: March 5, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Harvard Law Department regarding a donation from Hurst honoring the memory of Merrick Dodd.

Date: February 26, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Walter Yust of the Encyclopedia Britannica regarding a revision to the lawyer section.

Date: February 5 and 7, 1953

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Summary: Final copy of a report on grant applications.

Date: February 10, 1953

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Summary: Special Report covering the misunderstandings surrounding the organization Citizens versus McCarthy.

Date: January 30, 1953

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Summary: Pamphlet advertising the sesquicentennial celebration of Marbury v. Madison hosted by New York University School of Law.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Little Brown and Company regarding the course outline for The Growth of American Law.

Date: February 5, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Secretary of the Navy regarding Hurst's resignation of commission and reasons for the request.

Date: December 12, 1952, and January 15, 21, and 24, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding a previous correspondence.

Date: January 21, 1953

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Summary: Memo from Hurst to Bob Brooks and Henry Lardy regarding a newspaper advertisement protesting McCarthyism.

Date: January 23, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence to President E.B. Fred from Dean Oliver S. Rundell of the University of Wisconsin regarding invitations offered to Hurst by other professional programs, and the conditions surrounding his professorship.

Date: January 21, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Edward H. Levi of the University of Chicago regarding an anti-trust seminar.

Date: January 16 and 21, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Mark Howe regarding a project focusing on the histories of law firms.

Date: January 16 and 30, 1953

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Summary: Referendum for Citizens versus McCarthy.

Date: January 20, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to President E.B. Fred regarding the need for stronger university support of research and Hurst's professorship at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 6, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor James Casner of Harvard Law regarding a recommendation for Frank Remington.

Date: January 8, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to President E.B. Fred regarding the need for stronger university support of research and Hurst's professorship at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 6, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Mark Howe regarding fellowship funding for research relating to the practices of law in the U.S.

Date: January 1, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Elliot Cheatham of Columbia University regarding permission to use excerpt from The Growth of American Law.

Date: December 10 & 13, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, John Ritchie and Arthur Sutherland both of Harvard Law School regarding delivery of the Rundell Lectures.

Date: December 8, 9, and 13

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Atty. George B. Harris regarding comments on The Growth of American Law

Date: November 29 and December 1, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Gerald Else of State University of Iowa and the Dean of Princeton University in support of a grant application for a neighbor.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ordway Tead of Harper & Brothers regarding review of The American Legal System.

Date: September 30 and November 21, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Senator Arthur Watkins regarding report on Senator McCarthy.

Date: November 15, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harold Berman of Harvard Law regarding a conference evaluation.

Date: November 15, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Ben Heineman recommending two individuals.

Date: October 11, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from E. Ernest Goldstein to J.H. Beuscher regarding the working draft for a public opinion survey of Waukesha County.

Date: October 1, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from The First National Bank of Chicago regarding a text on specialized talent and philosophic development.

Date: October 11, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to L.M. Cummings of the Utah State Bar regarding the supervision of one of Hurst's students for taking the Utah State Bar exam.

Date: September 29, 1954

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Summary: Dissertation outline on the topic of AConflicts in Legal Principles as Determined by Various Juridictions in the field of educational administration.

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor Malcolm G. Preston of the Educational Survey from Robert C. Pooley regarding the program of Integrated Legal Studies.

Date: October 26, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph S. Holt of the University of Wisconsin Administrative Building regarding the summer session trust fund.

Date: October 29, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding a freshman forum lecture he had given on the subject of freedom.

Date: October 19, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding moving arrangements and occupational opportunities.

Date: October 18, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mr. Alforo Joseph Beitzinger of the Catholic University of America regarding a manuscript review.

Date: October 2, 12, and 20, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bernard Berelson of the Ford Foundation regarding the Chicago Visiting Committee and Aself study in behavior sciences.

Date: October 6, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Chester I. Barnard regarding a draft report for the Chicago Visiting Committee.

Date: September 3, and October 6 and 9, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mrs. Roger Biddick regarding a freshman forum lecture.

Date: October 2 and 13, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gaylord A. Freeman of the First National Bank of Chicago regarding commentary on the Aspen seminar and a manuscript review.

Date: August 16, September 9, 17, 24, and 28, October 6 and 8, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding the Wisconsin Governor's Commission on Human Rights.

Date: October 6, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Edward Levi of the University of Chicago regarding a recommendation for Jaro Mayda.

Date: September 28 and February 5, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Dean John Ritchie regarding Hurst's salary.

Date: September 10, 1954

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Rusk of the Rockefeller Foundation regarding the foundation's response to the special house committee.

Date: August 28 and 31, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Frank J. Rane regarding the placement of a fence on neighbor's property.

Date: August 28, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Edmund Fitzgerald of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company regarding Investment Policy and Practice of the Northwestern Mutual Life, 1857-1950.

Date: August 23 and 24, October 25 and 27, November 29, and December 1, 23, and 28, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harold Berman of Harvard Law regarding a conference on the teaching of law in the liberal arts curriculum.

Date: August 19 and 23, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances Hurst to the National Shawmut Bank of Boston regarding an investment deposit.

Date: June 25, 1954

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Summary: A series of correspondence regarding recommendations for an individual to lead a program on criminal justice at Southwest Methodist University.

Date: June 7, 14, 16, 18, and 21, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the State Board of Health regarding an x-ray exam.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Branson MacChesney regarding a topic for Hurst's Rosenthal lecture series.

Date: May 28, and June 2, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dr. Joseph Willits of the Rockefeller Foundation regarding a House Committee investigation.

Date: May 28, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Tom E. Moses of the Wisconsin Welfare Council regarding Hurst's reaction the 1954 segregation cases.

Date: May 25, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Harvard Law School regarding a honorary degree for Lloyd Garrison.

Date: May 24, 1954

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Summary: Academic Staff Scholarly Activities Report.

Date: 1953-1954 academic year

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Fleta Blandford regarding legalities surrounding a certificate of shares.

Date: April 14, 15, and May 16 and 18, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George L. Kuehnl and Edward H. Levi of the University of Chicago regarding reading/scholarly suggestions.

Date: April 12, and May 5 and 12, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Edward H. Levi of the University of Chicago regarding a recommendation for a former student.

Date: May 8, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Henry K. Skelle of Washington University, and Lewis Mills regarding graduate research opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: April 3, 8, and 28, and May 6 and 3, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles Webster regarding openings for teaching law.

Date: April 29, and May 3, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Lehan K. Tunks regarding a vacant faculty position for legislation issues.

Date: April 28, and May 3, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding the Conservation Foundation and program financing strategies.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John R. Kinley regarding a recommendation for Harold Stern.

Date: April 10 and 14, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from the College Typing Company regarding inventory of Law in Society

Date: April 8, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor William Trumbell of Northwestern University regarding the use of The Growth of American Law as a teaching aid.

Date: April 1, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Edward Weeks of the Atlantic Monthly regarding an article on civil liberties and the Bill of Rights.

Date: February 9, and March 26 and 31, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Atty. Charles Webster regarding law school vacancies.

Date: March 8, 9, 10, 18, 23 and 25, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hon. Charles Wyzanski of United States Court, Boston 9 regarding Hurst's comments on a speech by Wyzanski.

Date: March 18, 20 and 20, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Atwood Vacuum Machine Company regarding a recommendation for a John Desmond.

Date: March 18 and 20, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Atty. Stanley Guyer regarding an insurance policy for a Julia Rankin.

Date: March 16, 17 and 19, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and I.L. Baldwin, UW Vice President of Academic Affairs regarding subsidy for a Douglas Logan.

Date: March 3 and 12, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Little, Brown & Company regarding the present standing of work on Hurst's book.

Date: February 26, March 4 and 11, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Henry Allen Moe of the Simon Guggenhein Memorial Foundation regarding the scholarship of a Dr. Samuel J. Konefsky.

Date: March 4, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the University of Kansas City School of Law regarding an invitation for Hurst to speak.

Date: February 4, 6, and 9, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hon. Charles E. Wyzanski, United States Court, Boston 9 regarding an invitation for Wyzanski to visit Wisconsin.

Date: September 11, and 15, October 9, 13, 14, 16, and 24, 1953 and January 25, February 1, 2, and 4, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding funding for a study of TVA.

Date: February 3, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from US Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurther regarding a program of Hurst's.

Date: January 18, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Tom Moses expressing appreciation of a speech delivered by Hurst.

Date: January 8, 1954

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Williams College recommending a Harold Metzgar.

Date: December 31, 1953 and January 9, 1954

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Summary: Academic Staff Scholarly Activities Report.

Date: 1953-1954 academic year

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Philip H. Person regarding his opinion of Hurst and Prof. Bunn's discussion of the place and function of the 5th amendment.

Date: December 22, 1953 and January 4, 1954

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: December 31, 1953

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Summary: Report of the Association of American Law Schools' Committee on the Teaching of Law in the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 1955. Also, Hurst's outline for the encouragement of research and writing in the liberal arts curriculum.

Date: No date

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William B. Lockhart discussing the possibility of the University of Minnesota Law School selecting Jack Ritchie as the school's dean.

Date: December 7 and 8, 1955

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Summary: Memorandum regarding the expansion of Music Associates of Aspen, 1955. Also, outlined proposal for Aspen project.

Date: No date

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Thompson Webb, Jr. informing Hurst that the University of Wisconsin Press will publish the Hurst Lectures.

Date: December 27, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Arthur Wood concerning Wood's manuscript and application for a Fulbright Research award to study criminal law in England.

Date: December 5 and 10, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence from Frank L. Weil regarding Hurst's acceptance of membership to the Louis D. Brandeis Centennial Commission.

Date: November 25, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Albert J. Harno regarding the appointment of Spencer Kimball to the faculty of the University of Illinois.

Date: November 2, 4, and 26, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frank L. Weil concerning the establishment of and Hurst's membership to the Louis D. Brandeis Centennial Commission.

Date: November 1 and 7, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence from the University of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's Summer Session Trust Fund.

Date: November 2, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Robertson regarding Little, Brown, and Company Publishers' decision not to print the Hurst Lectures.

Date: October 11, 13, and 17, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and H.M. Yates concerning West Publishing Company's decision not to print the Hurst Lectures.

Date: October 20 and 24, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Scott Van Alstyne, John Tichie, J.D. Hyman, Edward Levi, Harold C. Havighurst, and E. Blythe Stason concerning Alstyne's interest in a law faculty position.

Date: September 23, 26, 27, and 28, 1955; October 3, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence from Lewis R. Mills to Hurst requesting a transcript.

Date: October 11, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold C. Havighurst regarding possible publishers to print the Hurst Lectures after Little, Brown declined to publish.

Date: June 27, 1955; July 18, 1955; September 19, 20, 21, 28, and 29, 1955; October 7, 10, 13, and 14.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lewis R. Mills concerning Mills' thesis.

Date: August 5, 20, and 24, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Allan H. Perley concerning the recommendation of a law student to the Office of Legislative Counsel.

Date: September 30, 1955; October 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Melvin G. Shimm discussing a submitted article to the Journal of Legal Education.

Date: October 1 and 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold J. Berman regarding a round table meeting of the members of the Committee on the Teaching of Law in Liberal Arts Curriculum.

Date: September 30, 1955; October 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Arthur L. Wood as well as Hurst and John Ervin, Jr. concerning Wood's manuscript on the criminal lawyer.

Date: August 27, 1955; September 20, 26, 1955; October 12, 1955

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little, Brown, & Co. regarding Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Joseph Bartaluzzi concerning chapter two of his work on state versus county officials.

Date: August 22, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Paul M. Bator regarding the possibility of a small group of law reviews collaborating on a treaty.

Date: September 9, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Pendleton Herring concerning the legal fellowship program.

Date: September 7, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles W. Webster concerning Southern Methodist University's desire to implement an undergraduate law course using Hurst's Law in Society material.

Date: August 30, 1955; September 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas E. Fairchild regarding Fairchild's decision to run for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Date: September 1 and 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Donald Young concerning the use of social science research in legal instruction.

Date: August 26, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence from Ted. F. Silvey thanking Hurst for the opportunity to participate at the Aspen Institute and requesting Hurst's signature.

Date: August 24, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Seth G. Atwood arranging a date for Hurst to speak at a Rockford Rotary event.

Date: August 19, 26, and 27, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gaylord A. Freeman, Jr. regarding the improvement of seminar(s) at the Aspen Institute.

Date: August 3 and 18, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence from H.B. McCarty informing Hurst of the positive viewer feedback the broadcasts of his legal history lectures received. The letter included a few pieces of the listener mail McCarty received at the station.

Date: August 16, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ken (?) concerning Ken's work on an Administrative Law treatise.

Date: August 9, 13, and 16, 1955

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Summary: Proposal for an Application for a Grant to Strengthen the Study of American Civilization at Wisconsin submitted by Hurst to Harry Hayden Clark and Merle Curti.

Date: No date

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Justice Felix Frankfurter regarding Frankfurter's support of the themes Hurst expressed as a result of the Aspen Institute.

Date: August 5, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George Kell, a former Hurst student, expressing gratitude for Hurst's teaching in Law and Society.

Date: July 22, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W. Graham Claytor, Jr. concerning Hurst student Frederick C. Seibold.

Date: June 25, 1955; July 7, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from M.T. Van Hecke informing Hurst of his reappointment to the Committee on the Teaching of Law in the Liberal Arts.

Date: June 22, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean John Ritchie concerning Hurst's salary.

Date: July 14, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Erwin C. Surrency inviting Hurst to contribute to the Journal of Legal History at the University of Wisconsin Law School.

Date: July 18, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Robertson concerning the printing of Hurst's Rosenthal lectures and the reprinting of The Growth of American Law.

Date: April 23, 27, and 29, 1955; May 10, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gaylord A. Freeman, Jr. concerning the Aspen Institute's summer program.

Date: April 7 and 11, 1955; January 26, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Marvin E. Debs regarding home decorating.

Date: June 14, 1955

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Summary: Hurst's academic staff scholarly activities report for 1954-1955 academic year.

Date: January 15, 1955; May 12, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from R.C. Rattray about Hurst's automobile insurance.

Date: May 10, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold J. Berman regarding the agenda of the 1955 Committee on Legal Instruction in Liberal Arts Curriculum.

Date: December 31, 1954; January 3, 10, and 13, 1955; April 26, 1955; May 1, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dyke Brown concerning Stanford University's decision to investigate state government through state legislatures.

Date: March 17 and 20, 1955; April 13 and 19, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Erwin C. Surrency concerning the reorganization of the American Society of Legal History.

Date: March 24 and 28, 1955

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little, Brown, & Co. for Growth of American Law.

Date: No date

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to J.W. Palluck regarding a stock transfer.

Date: March 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George (?) regarding George's search for academic work.

Date: February 26, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to E.B. Fred concerning higher education in the United States.

Date: March 4, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Secretary of Mr. Fitzgerald regarding the return of Government and the Mortgage Debtor.

Date: January 10, 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Carl Spaeth of Stanford Law and Jaro Mayda regarding options surrounding Mayda's career.

Date: December 15, 17, and 20, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Philbrick McCoy of the Los Angeles Superior Court regarding the special committee on canons of ethics of the American Bar Foundation. (includes a complete appraisement)

Date: December 3, 7, 14, and 28, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean J.D. Hyman of the University of Buffalo regarding a recommendation for at teaching position.

Date: December 17, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Frank R. Strong of Ohio State University regarding a recommendation for Charles W. Webster.

Date: December 13 and 17, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Felix Frankfurter of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding a decision to veto funds for research allocated for the investigation of problems related to the implementation of Brown v. Board of Education.

Date: October 19 and 29, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Alden H. Clark of Henry Holt & Company Publishing regarding the need for work in the field of American Constitutional History.

Date: November 26, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Erwin C. Surrency of Temple University regarding an invitation for Hurst to join an advisory committee.

Date: November 16 and 20, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Manuel Rodriguez Ramos of the University of Puerto Rico regarding a recommendation for Jaro Mayda.

Date: November 14 and 19, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Felix Frankfurter of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding Hurst's research on the Wisconsin timber industry.

Date: November 6, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph S. Holt of the University Administration Building regarding the summer session trust fund.

Date: November 2, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ralph W. Tyler of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences regarding an invitation for Hurst to visit the Center.

Date: October 11, 18, and 22, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Thomas Webb, Jr. of the University Press from Harold Havighurst from Northwestern University regarding the arrival of Hurst's new book.

Date: October 8, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mr. R.B. Hoffmeister of the Colorado State Board of Law Examiners regarding a recommendation for Nathan P. Feinsinger.

Date: September 25 and October 1, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Edward H. Levi of the University of Chicago regarding the work of John Stedman.

Date: September 7, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Roberston of Little Brown and Company regarding a royalty statement for The Growth of American Law.

Date: August 31, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor C.A. Peairs, Jr. of the Boston University School of Law regarding a recommendation for the Guggenheim Foundation.

Date: August 27 and 30, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hans Rosenhaupt of Columbia University regarding information on pre-legal education.

Date: August 9 and 14, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Clarence Q. Berger of Brandeis University regarding the proposed reader for the Brandeis reader.

Date: July 16 and 20, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Dane County Health Board regarding a chest x-ray exam.

Date: July 21, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean John Ritchie of the University of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's salary for the 1956-1957 academic year.

Date: July 6, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Barbara Page regarding a manuscript review.

Date: May 21 and June 16, 1956

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding the publication of Law and the Conditions of Freedom in the Nineteenth Century U.S.

Date: May-June, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mary Lou Griffin and Robert E. Mathews of Ohio State University regarding an invitation for Griffen to conduct research at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: May 9, 15, 19, and 28, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Frances and Willard Hurst from Jaro Mayda regarding a previous correspondence.

Date: April 27, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Justice Felix Frankfurter of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding a reading list Hurst recommended to the State Bar.

Date: May 10, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Andrew S. Mills, and Henry M. Cooks regarding a recommendation for Lewis R. Mills.

Date: May 2 and 8, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles Horsky of Covington and Burling regarding a possible teaching position for Clif Stratton.

Date: April 12, 21, and 24, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, John P. Frank, and Norman S. Buchanan of the Rockefeller Foundation regarding Hurst's work on legal history.

Date: March 17, 22, and April 16, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Arthur H. Cole of the Committee on Research in Economic History regarding law and social science interrelations and the spring program.

Date: April 17, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Julius Cohen of the University of Nebraska regarding legal-political theory grants from the Rockefeller Foundation.

Date: April 3 and 4, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thompson Webb, Jr. of the University of Wisconsin Press, and Dean Harold Havighurst of Northwestern University regarding the publication of Law and Liberty in the Nineteenth Century U.S.
(includes a copy of the publication agreement)

Date: December 19, 1955, and January 6, 19, and February 1, and March 14, 1956

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1955

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean J.D. Hyman of the University of Buffalo regarding a recommendation for Robert Fleming.

Date: March 14 and 17, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Charles F. Mullett of the University of Missouri regarding the American Historical Association's planned tribute to Louis Brandeis.

Date: March 9 and 14, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lewis R. Mills regarding an inquiry about a graduation certificate.

Date: March 5, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Justice Brandeis regarding the results of Hurst's first Law and Society course.

Date: February 7, 1940 and January 29, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jim Haight of Covington and Burling regarding corporate sociology and problems facing Covington.

Date: February 16, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert W. Hansen announcing Hansen's Law practice in Denver, Colorado.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Harold J. Berman of Harvard Law regarding travel arrangements.

Date: February 22, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Felix Frankfurter of the United States Supreme Court regarding affairs in the national law school system.

Date: February 16, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruce Weatherly of the Madison Police Department regarding the prosecution of Weatherly.

Date: February 10, and 13, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean David F. Cavers of Harvard Law regarding a request for a female LLB.

Date: February 14, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Barbara Page of the Newhouse Building regarding career options and opportunities.

Date: February 9 and 11, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from F. Emerson Andrews of the Russell Sage Foundation regarding the Princeton Conference and Emerson's recent visit to Madison.

Date: January 18, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Lehan K. Tunks of Rutgers University regarding an invitation for Hurst to teach an American Legal History summer session.

Date: January 19 and 21, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence to the Members of the AALS Committee on the Teaching of Law in the Liberal Arts Curriculum from Chairman Harold Berman regarding a past meeting.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Harold C. Havighurst of Northwestern University regarding a recommendation for Daniel Dykstra.

Date: January 17 and 19, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Maynard Brichford of the State Historical Society regarding the Justice of the Peace and police docket records.

Date: January 10, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William Sloane of Rutgers University Press regarding a manuscript critique.

Date: December 21, 1955, and January 12, and 17, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean J.D. Hyman of the University of Buffalo regarding a series of recommendations.

Date: January 10 and 14, 1956

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Summary: Some notes regarding research in the history of philanthropy in the United States.

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and the administration of the University of Wisconsin and Yale Law School regarding an invitation for Hurst to join Yale's faculty and the research budget at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 5, 6, and 10, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Carl Spaeth of Stanford Law School regarding Jaro Mayda.

Date: January 6, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert E. Hannon regarding the Thomas Bayers, Jr. case and Hurst's work on treason in the United States.

Date: December 30, 1955, and January 5, 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Albert J. Harno of the University of California regarding an invitation for Hurst to join the faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Date: December 8 and 9, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Bob Sucher regarding a letter of recommendation.

Date: December 30, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of Michigan University regarding Kimball's manuscript and long-range plans of research operations.

Date: December 20 and 23, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Russell A. Smith and Spencer Kimball of Ann Arbor, Michigan regarding a recommendation for George Kuehnl.

Date: November 3, 4, and 8, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard Law regarding Hurst's article entitled "Research Responsibilities of Law Schools."

Date: December 9 and 14, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jo H. Merryman of Stanford Law regarding a recommendation for Samuel Ingebritsen.

Date: December 13, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Glenn McCleary of the University of Missouri regarding an invitation for Hurst to lecture on behalf of the Earl F. Nelson Fund.

Date: December 9 and 12, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to F. Emerson Andrews of the Russell Sage Foundation regarding the Dane County Child Guidance Center.

Date: December 6, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Karl Williams of the Rockford News Tower regarding a recommendation for Peter Nelson.

Date: December 2, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Yehezkel Dror of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem regarding a draft paper on the subject of a law and social change.

Date: October 24 and November 19, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and F. Emerson Andrews of the Russell Sage Foundation regarding a meeting on ways to distribute funds for the study of philanthropy.

Date: November 14 and 19, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance regarding Hurst's role of moderator at the Aspen Institute.

Date: November 12, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor L.A. Harper of Berkeley regarding a recommendation for Professor A.J. Beitzinger of the Catholic University of America.

Date: November 4 and 7, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph S. Holt of the University of Wisconsin Administrative Building regarding the summer session trust fund.

Date: October 22, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Robert LaFollette Sucher, and L.E. Eady of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service regarding a recommendation for Sucher.

Date: September 20 and 21, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hebert P. Fales of the board of Examiners for the Foreign Service regarding a recommendation for Thomas A. Sterner.

Date: September 19 and 27, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lloyd Garrison regarding a review Hurst had written and news surrounding the field of legal education.

Date: April 3, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Philip S. Haberman of the State Bar of Wisconsin regarding the publication of a Public Forums Handbook.

Date: September 11 and 14, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George Kuehnl regarding the publication of a manuscript on corporations.

Date: May 7 and 10, 1957

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Summary: Memo for the Dean on some points regarding the law building.

Date: July 3, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Melvin G. Shimm of the Journal of Legal Education, and Joseph H. Willits of the University of Pennsylvania regarding an article by Hurst on law school research policies.

Date: July 9 and August 23, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Francis E. Mineka of Cornell University regarding an invitation for Hurst to present a public lecture under the John L. Senior Fund.

Date: August 15, 20, and 26, 1957

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding Aristotle and a text review.

Date: May 4 and June 11, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Stephen M. DuBrul regarding one of Hurst's texts.

Date: August 5, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, George Taylor, and Joseph Willits of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a report on basic problems surrounding legal education for the Educational Survey.
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Date: April, May, June, and August, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Walter P. Paepcke of the Container Corporation regarding the Aspen Institute.

Date: July 31, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John Dawson of Harvard law regarding John Ritchie's deanship vacancy.

Date: July 26, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to President E.B. Fred of the University of Wisconsin regarding the deanship vacancy.

Date: July 26, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Charles Horsky of Covington and Burling Company regarding a possible faculty position at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: July 26, 1957

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Summary: Listing of names and location of other professionals in the legal field.

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Summary: Listing of the members of the long-range planning committee for the Dane County Child Care Center.

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Summary: Suggested outline for the panel discussion for the National Conference of Commissioners on uniform state laws.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean John Ritchie regarding Hurst's salary for the 1957-1958 academic year.

Date: July 19, 1957

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Summary: A series of correspondences to Hurst from a Max regarding philosophies and texts regarding humanistic studies and law.

Date: July 2, 4, and 13, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Felix Frankfurter of the United States Supreme Court regarding a vacant deanship position and a review of Mark Howe's book.
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Date: July 10, 13, and 15, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Elbridge Sibley of the Social Science Research Council regarding Hurst's participation in an upcoming summer institute.

Date: June 25 and 29, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Frank R. Strong of Ohio State University regarding a recommendation for Edwin Conrad.

Date: May 29, 31, and June 5, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor E.R. Latty of Duke University regarding an open deanship position at Duke.

Date: May 30, and June 1 and 4, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding legal education.

Date: June 3, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor David Riesman regarding a paper on biased witnesses.

Date: May 24, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Clark Byse of the University of Pennsylvania regarding legal cirriculuum.

Date: May 13, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Paul Tillett of Princeton University regarding an open professorship position at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: May 10, 23, and 30, and June 8, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Joseph Willits of the Educational Survey regarding a listing of the ten best law schools in the United States.

Date: March 20 and May 18, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor A.J. Beitzinger of the Catholic University regarding a grant for the study of Judge Andrew Miller.

Date: April 18 and 20, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Julius Stone of Harvard regarding a recent visit to Madison.

Date: April 23, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arthur W. MacMahon of Columbia University regarding an evaluation of Columbia Law School.

Date: April 12 and 20, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Barbara Page of the Newhouse Building regarding job openings in Madison, Wisconsin.

Date: April 4 and 15, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Joseph H. Willits of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a rating of the intellectual initiatives of law schools.

Date: April 8 and 15, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Malcolm D. Talbott of Rutgers University, and John Kernochan of the Legal Drafting Council at Columbia regarding a recommendation for Shirley Abrahamson.

Date: March 29, and April 1, 3, and 6, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank of the Title and Trust Building regarding a recommendation for a former student.

Date: March 26, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Carl B. Spaeth regarding an appointment for Jaro Mayda.

Date: March 21 and 23, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Carl Spaeth of Stanford University regarding a recommendation for Del Karlen.

Date: March 18 and 20, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Honor Felix Frankfurter regarding a recommendation and texts covering the Dreyfus case.

Date: March 11, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Carl B. Spaeth of Stanford University regarding the possibility of Hurst guest lecturing for an introductory law course.

Date: March 1, 6, and 11, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor C. Dallas Sands of the University of Alabama regarding an A.A.L.S. round table discussion.

Date: March 7 and 10, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Committee on Judiciary regarding the destruction of obsolete records.

Date: March 11, 1957

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1956

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John A. Delaney of the Federal Trade Commission regarding a recommendation for Thomas A. Sterner.

Date: March 1 and 4, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and L. Quincy Mumford of the Library of Congress regarding the selection of an inscription for the new Senate office building.

Date: January 28, February 1, 26, and March 4, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Paul Tillett of Princeton University regarding a historical approach to law and a history of the courses and materials Hurst had used for this methodology.

Date: February 20 and 28, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Leonard W. Levy of Brandeis University regarding a manuscript review of "Law and the Conditions of Freedom."

Date: February 27 and March 14, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Willis Zich of Lowry and Hunter regarding the rules of judicial interpretation.

Date: February 13, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Raoul Berger regarding Hurst's new book and a word of congratulations.

Date: February 13, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John W. Gardner of the Carnegie Corporation regarding problems in higher education.

Date: February 13, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Walter T. Fisher regarding the meaning of double jeopardy in the eighteenth century.

Date: February 8 and 11, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Nathan P. Feinsinger regarding career opportunities.

Date: February 9, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and L. Quincy Mumford of the Librarian Congress regarding a volume on the history of the Supreme Court.

Date: January 9, 12, 18, and 25, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bernard Phelps of Miami University regarding the events surrounding the U.S. Supreme Court in 1837.

Date: January 30 and February 4, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Daniel Dykstra of the University of Utah regarding an open faculty position at Cornell.

Date: January 30, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Peter J. Coleman regarding participation in a legal research project.

Date: January 23 and 28, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor A.J. Beitzinger of the Catholic University regarding a study on Judge Andrew Miller.

Date: January 8, 15, 13, and 28, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Erwin C. Surrency of Temple University regarding the American Society for Legal History.

Date: January 21 and 24, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Felix Frankfurter regarding a text commenting on interdisciplinary research in social sciences.

Date: January 3 and 7, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the editor of Barron's in New York regarding the U.N.

Date: January 7, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ralph A. Newman of Washington College regarding the creation of a course on the role of law in society.

Date: December 17, 1956 and January 2, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Lawyer's Co-operative Publishing Company regarding a subscription to Lawyer's Edition.

Date: January 2, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Donald Young of the Russell Sage Foundation regarding the relation between social work and other professional fields.

Date: January 2, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard Law regarding Hurst's nomination for the James Barr Ames Prize for Law and Conditions of Freedom.

Date: November 19, 22, 25, and 28, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ralph Brown Jr. of Yale Law School regarding the Walter E. Meyer program.

Date: December 19 and 23, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Shelden D. Elliott of New York University regarding research and writing interests.

Date: December 15, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Ralph W. Tyler of the Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences regarding fellowship opportunities for lawyers and legal scholars.

Date: November 21, 26, and December 12, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Judge Advocate General of the U.S. Army regarding a recommendation for Jerome Henry Silber.

Date: December 16, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Donald Hagman, and Professor Roger C. Cramton of the University of Chicago regarding a recommendation for Donald Hagman.

Date: December 2, 11, and 12, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Wisdom Society regarding a mailed statement.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Russell A. Smith of the University of Michigan regarding a recommendation for Henry G. Manne.

Date: November 25 and 28, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Marjorie Merritt of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for John J. Loughlin.

Date: November 24 and 26, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Oscar Handlin of Harvard regarding the history of liberty in America.

Date: November 20 and 24, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and O.W. Davenport regarding family affairs.

Date: November 14, 18, and 21, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Edward H. Levi of the University of Chicago regarding anti-trust problems of movie exhibitors.

Date: November 22, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harry Kalven Jr. of the University of Chicago regarding a recommendation for Henry Manne.

Date: November 20 and 22, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wayne A.R. Leys of Roosevelt University regarding Philosophical Studies concerning the public interest.

Date: November 6, 10, and 14, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Daniel Boorstin regarding "The Colonial Experience."

Date: November 9, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Roy F. Nichols of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a recent speech Hurst given at Pennsylvania.

Date: October 31, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph S. Holt regarding the summer session deposit account.

Date: October 29, 1953

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John W. Reynolds, Jr. regarding Hurst's contribution to Reynold's campaign for Attorney General.

Date: October 20 and 25, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Erwin C. Surrency of Temple University regarding the nominating committee for the American Society for Legal History.

Date: October 6 and 9, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Felix Frankfurter regarding Cooper v. Aaron.

Date: October 9, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Donald Young of the Russell Sage Foundation regarding a conversation with Frank Remington.

Date: October 6, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Harry W. Jones of Colombia University regarding the Salzburg Seminar in American Studies.

Date: October 7, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Donald Young of the Russell Sage Foundation, Frank Remington and William Pincus of the Public Affairs Program regarding plans for improving the professional quality of police training.

Date: September 18 and 19, and October 2, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Kenneth C. Davis of the University of Minnesota regarding the completion of an administrative law treatise and research funding.

Date: September 30, and October 2, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard Law regarding an essay on law school research policies.

Date: October 2, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin N. Griswold, and Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding a proposal on the methodologies for editing board members.

Date: September 24 and 25, and October 1, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Karl. P. Warden regarding a dissertation on the subject of the electric industry in Michigan.

Date: September 29 and October 1, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James Simonson regarding a paper on the development of Wisconsin constitutional law.

Date: September 24 and 27, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurt and Mortimer J. Adler regarding "The Idea of Freedom."

Date: September 23, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Charles Wyzanski of the U.S. District Court regarding an invitation for Wyzanski to conduct a lecture series at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: September 16 and 22, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and M.J. McQueen of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare regarding a recommendation for Irwin Kirk.

Date: September 23, 1958

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst, Honor Felix Frankfurter, and other legal professionals regarding an essay entitled "English and American Legal Education," and Hurst's research on the Wisconsin lumber industry.

Date: July 14, 17, 30, and August 1, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Walter Fisher regarding state courts and federal legislation.

Date: July 28, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Harry Jones of Columbia University regarding a recommendation for Henry Manne.

Date: August 12, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Employer's Mutual Liability Insurance Company regarding an automobile sale and acquisition.

Date: August 11, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Committee on the Walter E. Meyer Research Institute of Law regarding research problems in law schools.
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Date: April 24, June 8, and July 14, 1958

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Summary: A series of correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard Law regarding AALS representation in the Social Science Research Council.

Date: May-July, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Lyndon Johnson of the United States Senate regarding the reciprocal trade bill and foreign aid provisions.

Date: July 11, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and L.P. Eisenhart of the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's inclusion in a yearbook listing and lecture at the University of Pennsylvania.

Date: July 10, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W.E. Bawcombe of the U.S. Department of Agriculture regarding a recommendation for Irwin Ernest Kirk.

Date: July 7, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean George H. Young regarding Hurst's salary for the 1958-1959 academic year.

Date: June 24, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William Pincus of the Ford Foundation regarding a draft announcement for Public Affairs and faculty fellowships.
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Date: June 16, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding Hurst's ideas for the creation of an American legal history course book.

Date: June 2, 5, and 11, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Emile Capouya of the Macmillan Company regarding the creation of a volume on the relationship between law and American values.

Date: June 12, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and E.F. Castetter of the University of New Mexico regarding a recommendation for Willard Pedrick.

Date: May 20 and 22, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Leone Muller of the United Nations regarding a recommendation for Mr. R. LaFollette Sucher.

Date: May 19, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and L.P. Eisenhart of the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's election to the Society.

Date: April 25, 29, and May 6, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Spencer Kimball of the University of Michigan regarding a thesis approval.

Date: May 12, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ali A. Attiga regarding the wheat conference program.

Date: May 10 and 12, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Pendleton Howard of the University of Southern California regarding an overview of Hurst's American Legal History course.

Date: April 18, 21, and 26, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor E.W. Patterson of Columbia University regarding Spencer Kimball's manuscript on insurance law.

Date: April 12 and 17, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurt and Hollis W. Hodges regarding Hurst's American legal history project under the Rockefeller Foundation, and Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: March 7, 20, 25, 29, and April 4 and 15, 1958

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Summary: The University of Wisconsin Press Invoice for Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: April 11, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the State Teacher's Retirement Board regarding credit for a military service.

Date: September 24, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John M. Maguire regarding the case for freedom of courtroom photography.

Date: March 20, 22, and 28, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Thomas N. Tuttle regarding a speech Hurst gave at the Mid-Winter luncheon of the State Bar of Wisconsin.

Date: March 19, 1958

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Summary: Royalty statement for Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean F.D.G. Ribble of the University of Virginia regarding an invitation for Hurst to teach one semester in Charlottesville.

Date: March 3 and 5, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Philip S. Habermann of the State Bar of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's speech at the Midwinter Meeting luncheon.

Date: March 3, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. John J. Roethe regarding reading suggestions.

Date: February 28, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Alexander Wiley of the U.S. Senate regarding the renewal of the Reciprocal Trade Act and provisions for foreign aid.

Date: February 26, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruno Bitker of Biker & Marshall regarding Hurst's presentation at the Midwinter luncheon of the State Bar of Wisconsin.

Date: February 24, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Donald Tewes of the U.S. House of Representatives regarding the Reciprocal Trade Act and provisions for foreign aid.

Date: February 28, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert D. Silver regarding Hurst's presentation at the Midwinter meeting of the State Bar of Wisconsin.

Date: February 24, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard Law regarding problems of research.

Date: December 20, 1957, January 6, and February 17, 1958

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Summary: Invoice from Lumina Terrazzo and Tile Company.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Marvin A. Schaars of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for Alia Attiga.

Date: February 17, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst and J. H. Beuscher of the University of Wisconsin to Dean Conrad A. Elvehjem of the University of Wisconsin Graduate School regarding the selection of a graduate dean.

Date: February 14, 1958, (2 copies exist)

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Terrazzo and Tile Company regarding a house remodeling project.

Date: January 31, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Jacob Hyman of the University of Buffalo regarding a recommendation for Graham Waite.

Date: February 8, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frank L. Mechem regarding a recommendation for Samuel Ingebritsen.

Date: January 30, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John Ritchie of Northwestern University regarding suggestions for future Rosenthal lectures.

Date: January 11 and 14, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard H. Stewart regarding a recommendation for Jim Simonson.

Date: January 10 and 14, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert L. Reynolds of the University of Wisconsin regarding a Holmes essay.

Date: January 11 and 14, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert E. Keeton of Harvard Law regarding a recommendation for Frank Covey.

Date: January 9 and 14, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence to Willard and Frances Hurst regarding personal anecdotes.

Date: December 28, 1957

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerhard Hirschfeld of the Committee for the Study of Mankind regarding the relation between research and values.

Date: December 12 and 14, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Chancellor Edward H. Litchfield of the University of Pennsylvania regarding an invitation for Hurst to join the Board of Visitors.

Date: November 25 and 30, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and R.A.H. Robson of the University of British Columbia regarding research reports.

Date: November 25 and 30, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Francis S. Philbrick regarding the nomination of Officers for the American Society for Legal History.

Date: November 18 and 21, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Erwin C. Surrency of Temple University regarding the nominating committee for officers in the American Society for Legal History.

Date: November 10 and 16, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor Morris D. Forkosch from Erwin Surrency regarding nominees of the American Society of Legal History.

Date: November 10, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean S.C. Staley of the University of Illinois regarding courses and organization in the history of law.

Date: November 9 and 16, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Talcott Parsons of Harvard regarding one of Hurst's texts.

Date: November 10, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William B. Harvey of the University of Michigan regarding a prospectus review.

Date: October 14 and 17, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gordon M. Tiffany of the Commission on Civil Rights regarding a recommendation for Jerome Henry Silber.

Date: September 28 and October 2, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Soia Mentschikoff of the University of Chicago regarding increased research staff in the Legislative Council and senior research positions.

Date: October 2, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ernest E. Means of the Judicial Council of Florida regarding the Laurent case.

Date: September 22 and 26, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James L. Stewart of the Asia Foundation regarding the development of legal tradition in Southeast Asia.

Date: September 14 and 22, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Spencer Kimball of the University of Michigan regarding a recommendation for Willard Wirtz.

Date: July 21 and 27, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding Hurst's text on the lumber industry and the use of the Harvard University Press.

Date: March 13, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles Van I. Cuddeback regarding attorney recommendations.

Date: July 2 and 7, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Alexander Wiley of the U.S. Senate regarding legislation to curb Supreme Court power.

Date: July 16, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert F. Goheen of Princeton University regarding Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: June 25, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Glenn R. Winters of the American Judicature Society regarding an invitation for Hurst to become a member.

Date: June 23 and 24, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Frank R. Strong of Ohio State University regarding the Committee on Teaching Law in Liberal Arts Curriculum.

Date: May 26, and June 5, 6, 8, 11, 22, and 24, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hallam B. Cooley of Handy Associates regarding a recommendation for George Kuehn.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frank A. Pinner regarding a bulletin on social sciences.

Date: May 26 and 30, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Walter Yust of the Encyclopedia Britannica regarding a request for Hurst to write a section on "Treason and Sedition."

Date: May 18 and 19, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Albert Abel of the University of Toronto regarding a Bill of Rights essay.

Date: May 18, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Carl Auerbach of Stanford regarding law school leave.

Date: May 13 and 15, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Marjorie Merritt of the National Board of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for John Roy Neubacher.

Date: April 30 and May 5, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Oscar Handlin of Harvard regarding the "Dimensions of Liberty" study.

Date: April 12 and May 1, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and L.P. Eisenhart of the American Philosophical Society regarding an invitation for Hurst to read a paper at the general meeting of the American Philosophical Society.

Date: December 30, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Herbert Jacobs regarding a sailboat and taurplin purchase.

Date: April 1 and December 11, 1958

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Arthur Schlesinger, and Morton White regarding the creation of a volume on the history of American thought.

Date: March 25 and April 30, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Louis H. Mayo of George Washington University regarding a recommendation for Henry Manne.

Date: March 23, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Clark Byse of Harvard regarding research responsibilities.
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Date: March 19 and 27, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Al G. regarding The Growth of American Law and The Conditions of Freedom.

Date: March 4, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Morris D. Forkosch of Brooklyn Law School regarding participation in a Virginia essay contest.

Date: March 19 and 21, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Gerhard Hirschfeld regarding a conference on the concept of mankind.

Date: March 16, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Howard Jay Graham regarding a text review.

Date: February 16 and 23, and March 4, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Carl B. Spaeth of Stanford regarding Richard Hollern.

Date: March 2, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerald J. Kahn regarding programs of the Milwaukee Junior Bar Association.

Date: February 27 and 28, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean A.L. Gausewitz of the University of New Mexico regarding professional performance.

Date: January 29, and February 13 and 20, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence to Honor L. Quincy Mumford of the Library of Congress from President Fred Harvey Harrington of the University of Wisconsin regarding the Oliver Wendell Holmes lectures.

Date: February 23, 1859

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean J.D. Hyman of the University of Buffalo regarding a recommendation for Graham Waite.

Date: February 23 and 25, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Felix Frankfurter of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding Hurst's lumber study and Cooley Lectures.

Date: February 12, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding printing options for Hurst's Wisconsin lumber study.

Date: February 6 and 10, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to President E.B. Fred of the University of Wisconsin regarding a letter from Quincy Mumford.

Date: February 9, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and K. Howard Drake of the University of London regarding the Ames award.

Date: January 21 and 24, and February 6, 1959

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Summary: Reference questionnaire concerning George Kuehnl.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Charles E. Whittaker of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding a recommendation for Donald Hagman.

Date: February 3, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Frank R. Strong of Ohio State University regarding a conference invitation.

Date: January 27 and 30, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wayne A.R. Leys of Roosevelt University regarding a symposium on "Philosophy and Public Interest."

Date: January 15, 16, and 19, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Morris P. Forkosch of Brooklyn Law School regarding the terms surrounding membership in the American Society for Legal History.

Date: January 20, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Edgar I. King of Western Reserve University regarding a recommendation for Malcolm Edwards.

Date: January 12 and 16, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lon L. Fuller of Harvard regarding a recommendation for Donald Hagman.

Date: January 5 and 7, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lon L. Fuller of Harvard regarding a recommendation for Zigurds Zile.

Date: January 2 and 5, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Harold Berman of Harvard regarding a recommendation for Zigurds Zile.

Date: November 20, 1959

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean William Lockhart of the University of Minnesota regarding a recommendation for Lawrence Friedman.

Date: August 26, 30, and September 1, 2, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Joseph J. Sneed of Yale University regarding the Committee on Teaching Law in Liberal Arts College.

Date: November 21, and December 30, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean William C. Warren of Columbia regarding a recommendation for Sanford Kadish.

Date: December 21, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W.J. Ostergard of Mutual of Omaha regarding medical insurance.

Date: December 7 and 15, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor David B. Truman of Columbia University regarding a recommendation for Herbert Deane.

Date: December 14 and 17, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Malvina Halberstern of Columbia Law Review regarding a request for an article submission.

Date: December 15 and 19, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John P. Frank, and Honor Hugo L. Black of United States Supreme Court regarding a recommendation for Gilbert Church.

Date: December 15, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jerry R. Anderson of Columbia University, and Dean William L. Prosser of Berkeley regarding a recommendation for Frank L. Mallare.

Date: December 7, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor R.M Hajarnavis of the Delegation of the Republic of India regarding an incident in the Wisconsin Legislative Chambers.

Date: December 5, 1960

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Summary: Handwritten notations.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Kramer of the Department of Justice regarding faculty positions at the University.

Date: November 4 and 8, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph S. Holt of the University of Wisconsin Administrative Building regarding a summer session deposit account.

Date: October 31, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Blythe Stason of the American Bar Foundation regarding a recommendation for Robert F. Frederickson.

Date: November 14 and 21, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Alfred Conard of the University of Michigan regarding law schools and public responsibility.
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Date: November 6, 15, and 18, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Eugene V. Rostow regarding a visitation inquiry.

Date: November 4, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John S. Bradway of Hastings College, and Thomas Van der Voort of Little Brown and Company regarding permission to copyright portions of The Growth of American Law for the AALS volume on legal ethics.

Date: November 7, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Milton M. Carrow regarding permission to quote Hurst on his comments on executive immunity.

Date: October 26 and 31, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Felix Stumpf regarding a text review on the economics of the bar.

Date: October 19 and 31, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles Horsky of Covington and Burling regarding bar history publications.

Date: October 26 and 28, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank regarding the use of state statues.

Date: October 25, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and R.W. Fleming of the University of Illinois regarding the use the University of Wisconsin's Legal Processes teaching materials.

Date: October 15, 18, 20, and 21, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W. McNeil Lowry of the Ford Foundation regarding a poll sheet on University Press books.

Date: October 12 and 17, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Felix Frankfurter regarding a past correspondence.

Date: October 8, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Samuel D. Thurman of Stanford regarding a statement on the Committee on Teaching in a Liberal Arts Cirriculum.

Date: October 4 and 6, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Melvin Shimm of the Journal of Legal Education regarding the use of AALS papers in the Journal.

Date: October 3 and 5, 1960

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Summary: A listing of the delegates to the 1960 Conference of British, Canadian, and American Law Teachers.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Saul Touster of the University of Buffalo regarding a study on the impact of social controls upon the development of psychotherapy.

Date: September 16 and 20, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Allen J. Strang regarding a remodeling project.

Date: September 14, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor William G. Foster of Hastings College regarding a school segregation article.

Date: September 16, 1960

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Preston S. Cutler of the Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences regarding fellowship opportunities.

Date: August 11, 15, and September 12, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James Simonson regarding a seminar paper on Wisconsin judicial review.

Date: September 1 and 12, 1960

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Summary: A listing of the delegates to the 1960 Conference of British, Canadian, and American Law Teachers.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Milton Carrow regarding an article review on executive immunity.

Date: August 22, 25, and September 2, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Robert W.Craig of the Aspen Institute regarding Hurst's future participation in the Institute.

Date: August 10, 16, and 23, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Melvin Shimm of the Journal of Legal Education, and Professor Ralph S. Brown of the Walter and Meyer Research Institute regarding a textual reference.

Date: August 18, 22, 24, and 26, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gaylord Freeman of the First National Bank regarding a recommendation for Milo Perkins.

Date: July 22, and August 1, 3, and 8, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Wayne A.R. Leys regarding a review of teaching materials.

Date: August 10, 1960

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Summary: Notes from a text review.

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Summary: Handwritten budget notations.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at Georgetown University regarding career plans.

Date: June 28, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Philip Kurland regarding a manuscript review.

Date: July 19 and 20, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Clark Byse of Harvard regarding an invitation to the Salzburg Seminar.

Date: July 15, 17, and 20, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Gaylord Nelson regarding a recommendation for a vacant superior court position.

Date: July 15, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Philip Selznick of the University of California regarding an essay on the sociology of law.

Date: June 23, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding Bob Skilton's manuscript.

Date: May 23, 31, and June 6, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Melvin Shimm of Duke University regarding the quarterly Law and Contemporary Problems symposium.

Date: June 10 and 15, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding Bob Skilton's manuscript.

Date: May 18, and July 16, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Sherwood of the Federal Trade Commission regarding a recommendation for Irvin Kirk.

Date: May 12 and 16, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and A. William Asmuth, Jr. of the First Wisconsin National Bank Building regarding an Association nomination.

Date: April 28 and 29, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurt and Dr. Leo Blair of the University of Durham regarding the topic of law minors for undergraduate students.

Date: April 12 and 25, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor Carl Auerbach of the University of Wisconsin from Howard Chandler Publishing regarding a contract for The Legal Processes.

Date: April 9, 1960

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: December 31, 1959

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Summary: Statement to the University of California regarding Robert LaFollette Sucher.

Date: March 19, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Marjorie Merritt of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Calvin C. Thur.

Date: March 15 and 19, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frank Kenison of the New Hampshire Supreme Court regarding Hurst's article entitled "The Great Appellate Judge."

Date: February 24 and 27, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Brother Norbert Brockman, S.M. of Marianist House of Studies regarding the American Bar Association and Public Policy matters.

Date: February 15 and 17, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert C. Angell of the University of Michigan regarding American Bar Association leaders and Journal.

Date: February 10 and 16, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frank C. Newman of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Syed Pasha.

Date: February 12 and 16, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Geoffrey C. Hazard of the University of California regarding the history of Oregon's legal order.

Date: January 15 and 22, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William Andersen of Vanderbilt University regarding a legal course within a liberal arts curriculum.

Date: January 21 and 23, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin Griswold of Harvard, and Adam Yarmolinsky regarding comments and opinions on a past conference.

Date: January 11 and 12, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Ralph Kharas of Syracuse University regarding a recommendation for Wayne LaFeve.

Date: January 8 and 12, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Talcott Parsons of Harvard regarding the Auerbach-Mermin volume, The Legal Processes.

Date: January 4 and 12, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Schmindhauser of the University of Iowa regarding research advice.

Date: September 18 and 20, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Shirley Thomas regarding a biographical account of Dr. Samuel Herrick.

Date: September 9 and 14, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Leslie H. Fishel of the State Historical Society regarding Hurst's essay entitled "Law in American History."

Date: September 11, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Benjamin Cohen regarding a Holmes lecture.

Date: September 11, 1981

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Nathan Hakman of Harpur College regarding the politics of litigation.

Date: August 29 and September 6, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Philip Selznick of Berkeley regarding a natural law essay.

Date: September 10, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W.V. Badger regarding Supreme Court decisions concerning intellectual history in the United States.

Date: August 30 and September 6, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lloyd Garrison regarding a recommendation for Hugh Scallon.

Date: August 17 and 22, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Louis L. Jaffe of Harvard regarding an article response.

Date: July 24, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Chief of the Library of Congress regarding a draft classification scheme for American legal literature.

Date: May 4, July 28, and August 3, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and beryl H. Ley of the Social Security Administration regarding a text review.

Date: July 24 and August 2, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dr. Henry Allen Moe of the Guggenheim Foundation regarding Wisconsin legal economic history.

Date: June 23, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor E. Ernest Goldstein of the University of Texas regarding an invitation for Hurst to contribute to a program on American law schools in Latin America and Spanish publications.

Date: June 17 and 22, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Edward F.C. McGonagle of Duquesore University, and Professor John E. Murray regarding an American Legal History course.

Date: June 15 and 21, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Oscar Handlin of Harvard University regarding a manuscript review.

Date: April 18, and May 31, and June 13, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Eugene Rostow of Yale University regarding Hurst's ideas on a labor dispute research project.

Date: April 5, June 7 and 12, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances and Willard Hurst to Honor Robert Kastenmeier of the United States House of Representatives regarding separation of church and state.

Date: June 13, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Oren Harris of the United States House of Representatives regarding reorganization of the Federal Communication Commission.

Date: May 23, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Russell N. Sullivan of the University of Illinois regarding a recommendation for Wayne La Faye.

Date: May 16 and 18, 1961

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Summary: List of participants for the conference on law and humanities.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and President Nathan Pusey of Harvard regarding the Veritas Foundation.

Date: May 6 and 12, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Syed Azis Pasha regarding an appreciation for Hurst's academic assistance.

Date: May 4, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Earl F. Murphy of Temple University regarding a text review.

Date: April 9, and May 2 and 4, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Ben W. Palmer regarding research ideas on the Supreme Court.

Date: May 6, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Charles Wyzanski of the United States Supreme Court regarding Hurst's article entitled "Law in the United States History."

Date: May 1, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Erwin C. Surrency of Temple University regarding an invitation for Hurst to join the advisory board of the American Journal of Legal History.

Date: April 26, and May 1,1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Clark Byse of Harvard regarding research leave.

Date: April 25 and 29, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean William B. Lockhart regarding Carl Auerbach.

Date: April 21 and 26, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Alfred Conard of the University of Michigan, and Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council, and Donald C. Riley of the American Statistical Association regarding a statistical evaluation of judicial processes.

Date: March 10, 15, and 17, and April 11, 17, and 21, 1961

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Summary: Royalty Statement from Little Brown and Company.

Date: December 31, 1960

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Henry W. Jones of Columbia regarding an AALS Committee on graduate studies.

Date: April 12, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and R.M. Carpenter regarding a recommendation for George Stephen.

Date: April 7 and 11, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dr. Alfred Swan of the First Congregational Church regarding the cases covered in the Harper's article.

Date: April 12, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding Hurst's Cooley Lectures.

Date: March 30 and April 7, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Donald P. Kommers of Los Angeles State College regarding a family death.

Date: March 28 and April 12, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Philip Selznick of the Center for Advanced Study regarding Hurst's Cooley lectures and a previous article response.

Date: March 27, and April 2, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Robert Kastenmeier of the United States House of Representatives regarding the House on Un-American Activities Committee.

Date: March 27 and 30, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John S. Bradway of Hastings College regarding permission to publish a portion of Hurst's article entitled "The Professions in American Life."

Date: September 29, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Eugene Rostow of Yale regarding the Mourison Foundation lecture.

Date: October 2, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Myles F. Gibbons of the Railroad Retirement Board regarding a recommendation for Lyle Schauer.

Date: September 11, 14, and October 6, 1961

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Summary: Page 2 of a correspondence to Hurst from Edward Levi regarding a planned conference.

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding the dissemination of "Law and Social Processes."
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Date: January, February, March, and June, 1961

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding Donald Hagman's graduate application to Harvard.

Date: December 1961, and January 1962

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding Leon Letwing's application for admission to graduate law programs.

Date: December 1961, and January 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arval Morris of the University of Washington regarding a vacant dean position at the University of Washington.

Date: December 7, 13, and 19, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Judge Advocate General of the United States Army regarding a recommendation for John Nolan.

Date: December 14, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Judge Advocate General of the United States Army regarding a recommendation for Charles Raymond Lund.

Date: December 13, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Larry L. Vickrey of Iowa University regarding a symposium on the subject of sanctions.

Date: December 4 and 11, 1961

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Summary: Memo of statement to the Wisconsin Placement Bureau regarding Peter Simmons.

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Summary: Character statement for Eugene Hutchinson.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and C. Richard Locke of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Marvin LeRoy Evans.

Date: December 4 and 5, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Philip Selznick of the Center for Study of Law and Society regarding research on trial court operations.

Date: November 6, 11, and 28, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank regarding a review of "Lincoln as a Lawyer."

Date: November 11, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Courts Oulahan of the United States Atomic Energy Commission regarding a recommendation for William J. Sullivan.

Date: November 21, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Howard R. Sacks of Northwestern University regarding an invitation for Hurst to contribute to an essay collection on outstanding lawyers.

Date: November 19 and 20, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Earl A. Hagen of the American Bar Association, and Marcella Ann Stapor of Brooklyn Law School regarding a contribution of Hurst's work to the American Law Student Journal.

Date: November 11, 15, and 16, and April 15 and 20, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph Holt of the University of Wisconsin Administrative Building regarding summer session deposit accounts.

Date: November 1, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Wayne Morse of the United States Senate regarding the creation of state and national conferences on social change and law.

Date: October 23 and 30, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Vice President H. Austin Peck of the University of Maine regarding a recommendation for Charles Oldfather.

Date: September 27, and October 2 and 5, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harold Shepherd of Stanford University regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve on a nominating committee.

Date: October 4 and 9, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Edward Levi of the University of Chicago regarding a conference on atomic energy and law.

Date: October 5 and 7, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Miguel de Capriles of New York University regarding a recommendation for Jim MacDonald.

Date: March 29, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Kirby Hendee regarding Ford Foundation grants.

Date: March 21, 23, and 27, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Whitney Oates of Princeton regarding the publication of a series of lectures on the nature and theory of law.

Date: March 16, 20, and 23, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Lloyd Garrison, and G.W. Foster regarding Foster's proposals for foundation support on the topic of school desegregation.

Date: March 21 and 29, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harry Jones of Columbia, and Page Keeton of the Association of American Law Schools regarding a committee on graduate work.

Date: March 16 and 21, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Leon Epstein of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for Frank Mallare.

Date: March 21, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Honnold of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a reading seminar course on The Growth of American Law.

Date: March 7, 9, and 17, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Mary Braginton of Rockford College regarding a recommendation for David Caskey.

Date: March 9, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Brunson MacChesney of Northwestern University regarding a recommendation for Frajendra Nayak.

Date: February 28 and March 2, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John C. Geilfuss of the Marine National Exchange Bank, and Robert Bradley regarding membership in Wisconsin's Harvard Law School Association.

Date: February 10, 23, 27, and 28, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Francis D. Hole regarding the revival of a local Teacher's Union Chapter.

Date: February 27, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Morris D. Forkosch of Brooklyn Law School regarding an invitation for Hurst to run for election on the board of the American Society of Legal History, Inc.

Date: February 20 and 23, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor George L. Haskins of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a paper Hurst had presented to the American Philosophical Society.

Date: February 14 and 18, 1961

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Summary: Handwritten note to Hurst regarding career plans from an Earl.

Date: February 16, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Moffatt Hancock of Stanford regarding the creation of a casebook.

Date: January 30 and February 13, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Alver Ehrenzweig of the University of California regarding Hurst's speech entitled "The Law in U.S. History."

Date: February 6, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Whitney North Seymour regarding Brunson MacChesney.

Date: January 18 and February 2, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Alfred Conard of the University of Michigan regarding a statistical investigation of legal problems.

Date: January 15 and 20, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Bowditch of the University of Michigan regarding a recommendation for William R. Leslie.

Date: January 10 and 17, 1961

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Summary: A listing of calendar year sales for The Growth of American Law.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Cornelius P. Cotter of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights regarding "Government and Private Enterprise."

Date: January 5, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Earl Borgeson and Philip Putnam of Harvard Law Library regarding Merrick Dodd's lectures on "American Business Corporations until 1860."

Date: December 28 and January 2, 1862

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Arthur Sutherland of Harvard regarding school prayer.

Date: December 26, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Norman Dorsen of New York University regarding a recommendation for Richard Krooth.

Date: December 26, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and C.R. Locke of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Jerome Taslitz.

Date: December 14 and 17, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor James Munro of Ohio Northern University regarding a research project on Franklin.

Date: December 12 and 17, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John P. Witherspoon of Texas University regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve as Chairman of the Round Table Council on Legislation.

Date: December 4 and 7, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joesph Consani of the University of Michigan Press regarding an order placed for "Law and Social Processes in the U.S."

Date: December 4, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John Ritchie of Northwestern University and Jon P. Genrich regarding a recommendation for Genrich.

Date: November 30, and December 2, 3, and 5, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Nicholas Babchuck of the University of Nebraska regarding a recommendation for Harry Ball.

Date: November 26 and 29, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence Newman regarding a research project on estate laws.

Date: November 19 and 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John E. Murray of Duquesne University regard a Social Science Research Council report sheet.

Date: November 19 and 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ralph A. Newman of Washington College of Law regarding a text review on Jurisprudence.

Date: November 3, 19, and 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jaro Mayda regarding a Ford Foundation statement.

Date: November 5, 13, and 15, 1962

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Summary: Character statement for John Whelan.

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Summary: Character statement for Jaro Mayda.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding a study on judicial decision processes.
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Date: October 1, 8, and 29, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Benjamin Marcus regarding Hurst's speech on workmen's compensation.

Date: November 2 and 6, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Melvin Siegel regarding a recommendation.

Date: November 2, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John R. McDonough of Stanford regarding a recommendation for Fred Davis.

Date: October 24 and 30, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and C.R. Locke of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Edgar Ne Moyer.

Date: October 22 and 23, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Civil Liberties Educational Foundation regarding the National Task for Bill of Rights Education.

Date: October 18, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurt and Dean Jefferson Fordham of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a recommendation for Mamdooh Hafidh.

Date: October 11 and 15, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Louis Pollack of Yale Law School regarding a Bill of Rights Conference.

Date: October 9 and 12, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of the University of Michigan regarding Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: September 27, 25, and October 2, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harrison Tweed regarding the Kellog Foundation.

Date: September 19, 27, and October 1, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jon L. Jacobson of the Iowa Law Review regarding a symposium on Sanctions.

Date: September 26 and 29, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Don Wheeler regarding Statues in Court.

Date: September 14, 17, and 23, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from W. Willard Wirtz of the U.S. Department of Labor regarding a previous correspondence.

Date: September 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Maurice Rosenberg of Columbia University regarding a report of the Special Committee on Quantitative Field Research.
(Includes copy of draft report)

Date: September 26, 1962

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Summary: Table of Contents for work on the Wisconsin court system and handwritten note.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Walter Gellhorn of Columbia University regarding a quantitative field research committee.

Date: September 19 and 22, 1962

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Summary: Royalty Statement for Little Brown and Company.

Date: June 30, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from David Robertson of Louisiana State University regarding faculty seminars on legal education.

Date: September 11 and 14, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Benjamin Carlin of Wayne State University School of Law inviting Hurst to participate in a seminar on legal education.

Date: September 11 and 14, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Frank T. Peartree of The Court of Claims from Dean George Young of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for George Willi.

Date: September 13, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Whelan of Georgetown University Law Center regarding a Ford Foundation grant.

Date: September 6 and 11, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Saul Touster of the University of Buffalo regarding a Holmes translation.

Date: September 8, 11, and November 5, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a law school invitation.

Date: September 9, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hon. Felix Frankfurter of the United States Supreme Court regarding an Oliver Wendell Holmes lecture series and a text publication.

Date: September 9, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Sam Thurman of Stanford University regarding a text review.

Date: August 3, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Terese A. Wilimovsky regarding a personnel description.

Date: July 16, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Edmund Heward of the Royal Courts of Justice regarding Roscoe Pound.

Date: September 7 and July 16, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John J. Solon of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding the publication of the Beatrice Webb diary and possible libel violations.

Date: September 4 and August 30, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Howard Chandler of Chandler Publishing Company regarding a royalty statement for The Legal Processes.

Date: June 30, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor A. Allan Schmid of Michigan State University regarding the "Water and Law in Wisconsin" essay.

Date: June 14 and 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James L. Colwell of the University of Maryland regarding a recommendation for Gerald C. Baker.

Date: July 8 and 14, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor William E. Proxmire regarding U.S. aid to Yugoslavia.

Date: June 12, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Milbank, Tweed, Hope, & Hadley regarding continuing legal education of the law institute.

Date: June 5, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Vice President Fred Harrington, and Clarke Smith of the University of Wisconsin, and Carl Steiger of the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents regarding auxiliary allowances under the Vilas Professorship.

Date: March 5, 9, May 4, 22, and June 7, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Donald L. Kommers of Los Angeles State College regarding a Harvard fellowship.

Date: May 17 and 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Earl F. Murphy of Temple University regarding the Columbia Legislative Drafting Bureau.

Date: May 15 and 21, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William B. Harvey of the University of Michigan regarding a recommendation.

Date: May 8, 11, and 16, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor W. Bryon Bolich of Duke University regarding the Bobbs-Merrill subsidy.

Date: May 9, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and President I.D. Weeks of the State University of South Dakota inviting Hurst to deliver the Dillon Lectures.

Date: May 2 and 7, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor J.J. Marke of New York University regarding a quote Hurst made during the International Seminar on Constitutional Review.

Date: April 20 and 23, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Marvin Klitsner and G.G. Dorschel regarding the defeat of a constitutional amendment.

Date: April 20, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances and Willard Hurst to Governor Nelson regarding the school bus bill and separation of church and state.

Date: January 15, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Mason Ladd of the University of Iowa regarding Hurst's address at the Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures.

Date: April 8, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard D. Schwartz of Northwestern University regarding the Holmes lectures and the incorporation of legal history.

Date: April 17 and 19, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Arthur S. Miller of George Washington University regarding a public interest paper.

Date: April 17, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from President Virgil M. Hancher of Iowa State University regarding Hurst's address at the Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures.

Date: April 17, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Edward A. Mearns of the University of Virginia regarding access to foundation funds.

Date: April 6 and 13, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Yehezkel Pror of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem regarding essay reviews.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. Justice regarding the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise and the publication of the lumber industry manuscript.

Date: April 13, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Willard Wirtz regarding a possible professorship opportunity at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: April 14, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Paul Dolan of the University of Delaware regarding judicial overture of state Supreme Court decisions from 1951-1960.

Date: April 10 and 13, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Colin C. Aikman of Victoria University of Wellington regarding a possible Fulbright opportunity.

Date: April 6 and 11, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard D. Schwartz of Northwestern University regarding a manuscript publication through the Free Press.

Date: April 9 and 11, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rodney Robertson of Little Brown and Company regarding permission to quote from The Growth of American Law.

Date: April 2, 5, and 23, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of the University of Michigan regarding Kimball's appointment to Director of Legal Research at the University of Michigan.

Date: March 26 and 28, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Stefan A. Riesenfeld of Berkeley, Ralph A. Newman of the American Society for Legal History regarding a volume honoring the work of Dean Pound.

Date: February 16, 19, and March 18, 21, 24, and 28, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding legal philosophy.

Date: March 2 and 26, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Donald C. Robbins regarding opportunities for research in legal history.

Date: March 20 and 24, 1962

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: December 31, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bryan Bolich of Duke regarding the publication of legal history materials.

Date: February 23 and March 14, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Morton Keller of the University of Pennsylvania regarding Hurst's essay entitled, "The Judicial System and the Law of Life Insurance."

Date: March 3, 6, and 12, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Howard M. Jones of Harvard regarding additions to the John Harvard Library.

Date: March 7 and 12, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert B. Sherwood of the Federal Trade Commission regarding a recommendation for Paue Nakian.

Date: February 28 and March 3, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Willard and Frances Hurst to Honor William Proxmire and Honor Alexander Wiley regarding the death penalty in the District of Columbia.

Date: February 26, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor B.W. Fleming of the University of Illinois regarding a text review.

Date: February 16 and 26, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Reverend P.C. Skeharn of Providence College regarding the use of Legal Processes in a pre-law course.

Date: February 15 and 17, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of the University of Michigan regarding a research project on insurance materials.

Date: February 9, 14, and 19, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Attorney General John V. Reynolds regarding a recommendation for Shirley Abrahamson.

Date: January 20 and 29, 1962

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Summary: A series of correspondence regarding a recommendation for Jeremy Shea.

Date: October 29, 31, and February 2, 7, and 16, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor Samuel Thurman of Stanford from Professor Harry Jones regarding an orientation for foreign graduate law students.

Date: February 9, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Frank R. Strong of Ohio State University regarding an invitation for Hurst to guest lecture at Ohio State.

Date: February 1, 4, and 8, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Henry Manne of St. Louis University regarding a legal school appointment.

Date: February 7 and 10, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Earl Hagen of the American Bar Association regarding a request for Hurst to compose an article on handling legislation.

Date: February 7 and 8, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding teaching materials composed by Hurst and Lloyd Garrison.

Date: January 26 and February 5, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Charles Nutting and Dean Robert Kramer of George Washington University regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate in a visiting professorship.

Date: January 2, 4, and 6, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard Schwartz of Northwestern University regarding Hurst's new manuscript.

Date: February 1, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Earl Sneed of the University of Oklahoma regarding an invitation for Hurst to lecture on law day.

Date: January 26 and 29, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. Evjen and Professor Paul Mac Kendrick of the University of Wisconsin regarding a text review.

Date: December 14, 1961, and January 27, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Earl A. Hagen of the American Bar Association regarding the publication of Hurst's article entitled, "The Role of Law in United States History."

Date: January 24, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Anne Goss of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare regarding a recommendation for Fred Gratke.

Date: January 18, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Thomas Keegan regarding recent text publications.

Date: January 22, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Stanley H. Fuld regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve as President of New York College.

Date: January 16 and 19, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mark Markholm of Hardware Mutuals regarding the role of law in Anglo-Saxon and American history.

Date: January 16 and 17, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Louis A. Toepfer of Harvard and Professor Donald P. Kommers of Los Angeles regarding a recommendation for Kommers.

Date: January 3, 9, and 11, 1962

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Summary: Memorandum to President C.A. Elvehjem of the University of Wisconsin from Dean George H. Young regarding the Vilas Research Professorship.

Date: January 8, 1962

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Summary: A recommendation for Francis Laurent.

Date: January 4, 1962

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank of Title and Trust regarding a recommendation for Alan Rubnitz.

Date: January 2, 1961

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ralph S. Brown, Jr. concerning Hurst's editing of Professor Chroust's manuscript.

Date: October 31, 1963; November 4 and 8, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lehan K. Tunks regarding Leon Letwin's possible appointment to the faculty of the University of Washington Law School.

Date: March 27 and 29, 1963; April 8, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John W. Wyngaard regarding an article Wyngaard published regarding revision of the Wisconsin State constitution.

Date: August 22, 1963; October 2, 1963; February 22, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas J. Wilson concerning Harvard University Press' publication of Hurst's manuscript Law and Economic Growth.

Date: January 26 and 29, 1959; May 9 and 12, 1960; January 23, 26, 29, and 30, 1962; February 7, 8, and 12, 1962; April 10, 12, 20, and 27, 1962; May 1, 8, 11, 14, 21, and 23, 1962; December 14 and 18, 1963

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Summary: An X-ray report to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health.

Date: December 15, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph J. Spengler regarding Duke University's purchase of Hurst's book.

Date: December 18, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Joseph W. McKnight concerning the committee for Legal History's roundtable meeting in Los Angeles.

Date: December 11 and 16, 1963

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Summary: Thank you note to Hurst from Mr. Howe of Harvard Law School.

Date: December 13, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Leon Letwin requesting Hurst's permission to use Hurst as an academic reference.

Date: December 12, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Krooth regarding free speech after President Kennedy's assassination.

Date: December 6 and 11, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Andrew H. Clark recommending two provost candidates.

Date: December 9, 1963

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Summary: Note concerning the right to private property.

Date: December 8, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and various members of the Association of American Law School regarding the Association's visitation program.

Date: October 1 and 29, 1963; November 14, 18, 19, 20, 26, 27, and 30, 1963; December 3, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruce Alan Mann regarding Hurst's knowledge of John Kellogg and Mr. Schutter.

Date: November 27, 1963; December 2, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and R.W. Fleming regarding James Jones, a possible candidate for a faculty position at the University of Illinois Law School.

Date: November 19 and 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Daniel N. Gordon as well as Hurst and Raoul Berger regarding Hurst's editing of their manuscripts.

Date: November 11, 12, 18, and 22, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Thomas Nee regarding an editorial Nee wrote opposing the killing of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Date: November 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James F. Mathias regarding the consideration of Henry G. Manne for a Guggenheim Fellowship.

Date: November 14, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John Reynolds revealing an outline to fix conflict of interest problems in state government.

Date: November 19, 1963

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Summary: Royalty statement from Chandler Publishing Co. for The Legal Process and colleges that adopted the book.

Date: June 25, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John W. McNulty concerning Hurst's comments and publication prospects of McNulty's dissertation.

Date: October 3, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Washington University-St. Louis as well as the Ohio State University regarding potential faculty appointments.

Date: July 3 and 8, 1963; October 30, 1963; November 4 and 8, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Renato Treves concerning Treves' work in Italy on comparative legal institutions.

Date: November 5 and 12, 1963

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Summary: Thank you note to Hurst from Robert A. Dahl.

Date: November 5, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Henry G. Manne regarding potential funding opportunities for Manne's book about corporate voting.

Date: November 5 and 7, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger concerning Hurst reading Berger's manuscript about executive power.

Date: November 5 and 7, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John Reid concerning the lack of crossdisciplinary work in journal articles.

Date: October 16, 18, 21, and 25, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dyke Brown regarding the Athenian School.

Date: October 17 and 22, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Karl P. Warden concerning Warden's application to the SJ.D. Program at the University of Michigan Law School.

Date: September 30, 1963; October 3 and 7, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Wisconsin Governor John W. Reynolds reappointing Hurst to the Commission on Constitutional Revision.

Date: September 23, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. Quinn conveying appreciation for a railroad engineer's actions.

Date: September 27, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst complimenting Gaylord Freeman on a well done radio program that Hurst's wife listened to.

Date: September 27, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to a School of Letters and Science Dean granting a student permission to enroll in Hurst's modern American Legal History course.

Date: September 19, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Victor Brudney inquiring about teaching law.

Date: September 10, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Dane County Association for Mental Health concerning Hurst's refusal to serve on the association's committee.

Date: September 4, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hiram H. Lesar regarding a faculty promotion at Washington University.

Date: August 29, 1963; September 3, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Erwin N. Griswold concerning an article in the Wisconsin Bar Bulletin about the proposed State constitutional amendments.

Date: August 26 and 31, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert W. Landry regarding Hurst's unavailability to speak to the YMCA Round Table Discussion Group.

Date: August 28 and 31, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to B.R.L. Iyengar concerning Iyengar's paper about equality.

Date: August 23, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Samuel A. Ingebritsen regarding Ingebritsen's use of Hurst as a reference for employment.

Date: July 5, 1963; August 9 and 14, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Krooth concerning the conditions that remain after slavery and Krooth's outline for a "Peaceful Transition."

Date: August 8 and 12, 1963

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Summary: Financial statement for Hurst's book Law and the Conditions of Freedom in the 19th Century United States.

Date: June 30, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Irving Brant concerning Brant's thesis that the Bill of Rights evolved from problems over treason and heresy in the English legal system.

Date: July 14, 19, and 28, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst requesting his participation in a symposium about law's stability at the Vanderbilt Law School.

Date: July 24, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ralph S. Brown concerning Hurst's review of Mr. Chroust's manuscript.

Date: July 17 and 22, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Victor Brudney regarding Brudney teaching law.

Date: July 16, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ralph M. Hoyt regarding reprints of the Rundell Lectures.

Date: July 10 and 12, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Fayette G. Taylor requesting copies of an address Hurst presented opposing three proposed Constitutional amendments.

Date: July 1, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Malcolm B. Parsons concerning Hurst's unavailability to participate in lectures sponsored by the Florida State University.

Date: June 27, 1963; July 1, 1963

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Summary: Royalty statement to Hurst from the Chandler Publishing Company regarding Hurst's book The Legal Process.

Date: June 25, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Virginia Carew requesting Hurst to contribute an article for The New International Year Book.

Date: June 17 and 27, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger concerning Berger's work on executive privilege.

Date: June 4, 10, and 17, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert A. Weninger requesting Hurst writes a letter of recommendation for Weninger's application to the University of Chicago. Also, the letter of recommendation Hurst wrote to Allison Dunham.

Date: June 6 and 12, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and August Heckscher regarding Hurst's support of The Twentieth Century Fund.

Date: May 31, 1963; June 6, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Alan Reitman concerning a request by the ACLU for copies of Hurst's statement opposing three proposed Constitutional amendments.

Date: May 28 and 31, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from W. Willard Wirtz regarding personal frustration.

Date: May 22, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold L. Nelson regarding the submission of PhD preliminary examination questions for a PhD student.

Date: May14 and 22, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jerome Hall concerning questions Hurst raised about the ALI code.

Date: May 17, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William E. Crane concerning Hurst's opposition to the three proposed Constitutional amendments and the "Liberty Amendment."

Date: May 20 and 22, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Whitney North Seymour regarding the American Bar Association's position regarding three proposed Constitutional Amendments.

Date: May 16 and 17, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jaro Mayda regarding Mayda's manuscript about judges and funding from the Ford Foundation.

Date: January 31, 1963; February 8 and 12, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Pendleton Herring concerning Ralph Huitt's assignment concerning federal government's policy regarding research grants.

Date: February 14, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Francis W. Laurent regarding the distribution plan for Legal Aspects of Defense Procurement.

Date: February 4 and 7, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and a few scholars concerning articles written about the history of the separation doctrine.

Date: January 28, 1963; February 1 and 8, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Francis W. Laurent concerning Laurent's request that Hurst write the Dean of the Ohio State University supporting Laurent's postdoctoral application.

Date: January 26 and 29, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Senator Robert Knowles opposing the "Court of the Union" Constitutional amendments.

Date: January 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Senator John M. Potter and Thomas H. Barland opposing the "Court of the Union" Constitutional amendments.

Date: January 26, 1963

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Summary: Text of the agreement between the University of Wisconsin and the Nordic Governments concerning the Nordic Translation Series. Hurst's recommended revisions accompany the text of the agreement.

Date: November 1, 1962; January 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John Kluwin containing a memorandum regarding the three proposed Constitutional amendments.

Date: January 23 and 25, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harry W. Jones concerning a seminar on empirical research methods.

Date: January 4, 9, and 18, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mark Howe concerning the possibility of a Massachusetts constitutional amendment lowering the wall that separates church and state.

Date: January 18, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John E. Sawyer concerning the Williams Alumni Action Committee's findings on and improvements for student living.

Date: January 4, 10, and 16, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Wilbur H. Emery regarding the censorship of the motion picture Phaedra.

Date: January 10 and 11, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Donald P. Kommers regarding his submission of credentials to the American Political Science Association.

Date: December 31, 1962; January 3, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jerome Hall concerning an invitation by the American Society for Legal History for Hurst to become the Society's president.

Date: May 13 and 16, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Justice Felix Frankfurter reviewing the Justice's dissent in Marconi Wireless Co. v. United States.

Date: April 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Charles L. Black, Jr. concerning Black's Yale Law Journal article about the proposed Constitutional amendments relating to the tenth amendment.

Date: April 23, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Beryl H. Levy regarding the publication of a review of Lawrence W. Boes' book The Legal Process.

Date: April 11 and 20, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Justice Felix Frankfurter regarding a memorandum Hurst wrote about Justice Brandeis and the Thompson case, the progress of Hurst's manuscripts, and Hurst's academic position.

Date: April 20, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dennis O' Harrow concerning the Rundell Lectures and Richard Babcock's presentation.

Date: January 29, 1963; February 7, 1963; April 12 and 20, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Beryl Levy regarding the possibility of Lawrence Friedman reviewing a book for the Columbia Law Review.

Date: April 5 and 10, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Morton Keller regarding Keller's inquiry into the possibility of Hurst acting as a moderator for an American Historical Association program about legal history.

Date: March 28, 1963; April 5, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Eugene V. Rostow regarding an academic position in history at the University of Wisconsin for Calvin Woodward.

Date: March 18, 1963; April 3, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold L. Geisse concerning Geisse's notes for a review he wrote on the book Law and Mineral Wealth.

Date: March 19 and 21, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Saul Touster thanking Touster for a copy of a psychological study he produced that Hurst's wife utilized as a member of the Governor's Commission on Mental Health

Date: March 18, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Donald Kommers requesting Hurst pen letters recommending Kommers for academic employment.

Date: February 18, 20, and 25, 1963; March 15 and 18, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Myrtle A. Moody requesting publication information of Hurst's Oliver Wendell Holmes lecture at the University of Iowa.

Date: February 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Calvin Woodward concerning Woodward's essay "Reality and Social Reform" that appeared in the Yale Law Journal.

Date: January 10 and 17, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruno V. Bitker regarding the attendance of foreign law students at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: March 6 and 11, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and various Universities concerning Peter Simmons' potential in academia.

Date: November 13, 15, 16, and 26, 1962; January 23, 25, and 28, 1963; February 13, 15, 18, and 26, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Wisconsin Governor John W. Reynolds regarding Hurst's attendance at a meeting to discuss the State's budget.

Date: February 28, 1963; March 4, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Nicholas Katzenbach regarding the appointment of James E. Doyle to the federal bench.

Date: March 1, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and A. Allan Schmid regarding Schmid's article "Water and Law in Wisconsin" and his manuscript on exchange organizations.

Date: February 18 and 24, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to President Harrington regarding the career of Mr. Wirtz, United States Secretary of Labor.

Date: February 19, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Julius Stone of the University of Sydney regarding research suggestions.

Date: December 29, 1964 and March 12, 1965

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Summary: Memorial Resolution of the Faculty of the University of Wisconsin on the Death of Emeritus Professor Charles Bunn.

Date: December 7, 1964, 7 copies identical in content

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Geoff C. Hazard of the American Bar Foundation regarding the research ambitions of the Foundation.

Date: December 22 and 27, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Chandler Publishing Company, and Hon. John G. Buchen regarding inspection copies of Legal Processes.

Date: December 21, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Thomas Broden of Notre Dame University regarding Ford Foundation fellowships and grant-in-aid programs.

Date: December 15 and 21, 1964

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Summary: Chandler Publishing Company's statement of royalties for Legal Processes with a listing of the institutions that sold the text.

Date: June 25, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding the classification for treaties at the Law Library at the University of Puerto Rico.

Date: November 30 and December 21, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Edward Feit of the University of Michigan regarding a prospectus on political culture of African leadership.

Date: December 14 and 16, 1964

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Summary: Telegram to the President of the Board of Regents of the University of California regarding the resolutions adopted by the academic senate.

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Summary: Memorial Resolution of the Faculty of the University of Wisconsin on the Death of Emeritus Professor Charles Bunn.

Date: December 7, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hon. Stanley Mosk of the California Supreme Court regarding a student recommendation.

Date: December 9 and 11, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Patrick Crooks regarding materials for a talk on American legal history.

Date: November 25, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a recommendation for a former student.

Date: November 20, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jerome Stone of Little Brown and Company regarding sales and price increases for The Growth of American Law.

Date: November and January, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Roland B. Day regarding the National Lawyer's for Johnson and Humphrey Committee.

Date: October 26, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Rockefeller Foundation regarding a recommendation for Samuel Konefsky's study of the Supreme Court and constitutional tradition in America.

Date: October 16 and 19, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert B. Stevens of Yale University regarding pedagogical methods for American legal history.

Date: October 12, 15, and 20, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ivan Rutledge of Ohio State University regarding suggestions for a vacant deanship position.

Date: October 16 and 19, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a recommendation for Professor Spencer Kimball.

Date: October 19, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Walter Jenkins regarding a recommendation for Hilbert Zarky for the United States Tax Court.

Date: October 9 and 13, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph S. Holt regarding Hurst's statement of account from the summer session trust fund.

Date: October 9, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean William Lockhart of the University of Minnesota regarding a suggestion for new faculty members.

Date: October 2 and 12, 1964

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding a teaching position for University of Wisconsin-graduate, Jule Smith.

Date: October, June, and July, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor John Reid of New York University regarding a text on Doe.

Date: September 23, 1964

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean John Ritchie of Northwestern University regarding Hurst's royalty donation to the law school.

Date: September 16, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Robert Sucher, and the University of Wisconsin Teacher Placement Bureau regarding a recommendation for Sucher.

Date: September 14 and 15, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Earl F. Murphy of Temple University regarding an essay review.

Date: August 31, and September 9, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dorothy Silliman regarding a review of Hurst's work that appeared in the Williams Alumni Review.

Date: August 19, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Attorney Richard Cates regarding a press release.

Date: August 21, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Scott Cutlip of the State Historical Society of Madison regarding an advising committee for the multi-volume history of Wisconsin.

Date: August 24, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Frederick Burkhardt of the American Council of Learned Societies regarding a Magna Charta observance.

Date: March, May, June, July, and August, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hon. Felix Frankfurter regarding Hurst's Economic Growth and Justice Holmes on Legal History.

Date: July 14, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Hunt regarding a recommendation.

Date: August 8 and 7, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Walter Oberer of the University of Texas regarding an invitation for Hurst to attend a roundtable discussion on teaching law beyond the classroom.

Date: July 17 and 22, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Matthew Nimetz of the Harvard Law Review regarding an invitation for Hurst to write an essay on Roscoe Pound.

Date: July 14 and 20, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Albert Broderick of the Catholic University of America regarding an undergraduate teaching of law.
(Includes draft proposal).

Date: July 8, 13, and 16, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Charles A. Reich of Yale regarding an essay review.

Date: June 25, and July 12, 1964

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Summary: Chandler Publishing Company's statement of royalties for Legal Processes.

Date: June 25, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Ezra Levin regarding law and social science.

Date: June 18, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Harold Nelson of the University of Wisconsin regarding a student dissertation.

Date: June 29, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John Reid of the University of New York regarding an essay review.

Date: June 24, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding Justice Holmes on Legal History.

Date: June 10 and 15, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a former student regarding an appreciation for Hurst's course.

Date: June 12, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Josef Sirefman regarding law and economic development.

Date: June 10 and 11, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Albert Utton of the University of New Mexico regarding a request for Hurst to submit an article to the Natural Resource Journal.

Date: May 25 and 29, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank regarding a book review.

Date: May 28, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to President Fred H. Harrtington of the University of Wisconsin from Andrew Clark of the Faculty Division of Social Studies regarding a tenure appointment.

Date: May 26, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurt and Robert Sucher regarding a recommendation.

Date: May 18, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances and Willard Hurst to Hon. Robert Kastenmeier and Hon. Gaylord Nelson regarding the International Review Association and an amendment for prayer in schools, and his planned visit to Washington.

Date: May 14, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George Hanover of Southern California Law Review regarding an invitation for Hurst to contribute to a symposium on preventative law.

Date: May 8 and 13, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ramona Weeks regarding a request for Hurst to review a manuscript.

Date: May 7 and 11, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Reid of the University of New York regarding Doe.

Date: March 5, 11, and 15, and April 30, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Peter Genrich regarding an essay that incorporated Hurstian views.

Date: April 27 and May 4, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Joseph Spengler of Duke regarding Law and Economic Growth.

Date: February 13, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Lehan Tunks of the University of Washington regarding a recommendation for Calvin Woodard.

Date: April 7, 9, and 17, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Carl Auerbach of the University of Minnesota regarding a text review and an apportionment article.

Date: April 17 and 20, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Yosal Rogat of the University of Chicago regarding a Holmes essay review.

Date: April 20, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor R.W. Fleming of the University of Chicago regarding an article review.

Date: April 8 and 11, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurt and Marian Ash of Yale University regarding a review of "Mr. Justice Rutledge and the Brillant Constellation."

Date: March 19 and 17, and April 1 and 9, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Howard Sacks of Northwestern University regarding summer programs at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: April 7 and 9, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst and Frank Remington to Professor Francis E. Barkman of the University of Toledo regarding a recommendation.

Date: April 6, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Robert Hunt regarding a student recommendation.

Date: April 6, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the editors of several Wisconsin publications regarding Horace Wilkie's return to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Date: March 28, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Gould regarding the costs of state building coporations.

Date: March 30 and April 11, 1964

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Summary: Little Brown and Company Royalty Statement for The Growth of American Law.

Date: December 31, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph Willits regarding a Holmes review and university excellence.

Date: March 5 and 13, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Paul Ginsberg regarding a reference for a residence halls fellowship.

Date: March 5, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mark Saxton of Harvard University Press regarding potential reviewers for Law and Economic Growth.

Date: November, 1963, and March and January, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John R. Willkins regarding the merits of the law department at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: February 1, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Harvard Law Review and the Rockefeller Foundation regarding Professor Julius Stone's interest in reviewing Law and Economic Growth.

Date: December 26, 1963, and January 21, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John Sawyer of Williams College regarding an invitation for Hurst to attend a weekend program.

Date: January 13, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harold Berman of Harvard regarding a recommendation for Professor Lucius Barker.

Date: January 8 and 16, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Joseph Willits, and Arthur Roberts regarding reviewers for Law and the Lumber Industry in Wisconsin.

Date: January 30, and February 4, 19, 26, and 27, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John Solon of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding a donation to the Rosenthal Foundation.

Date: February 26, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Hiram Lesar of Washington University regarding a recommendation for Joel Smith.

Date: February 17 and 19, 1964

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Summary: Financial Statement from the University of Wisconsin Press for Law and the Constitution of Freedom.

Date: December 31, 1963

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Nathaniel Goodrich of the Federal Aviation Agency regarding a student recommendation.

Date: February 10 and 13, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and A. Glen Epps regarding an invitation for Hurst to join the Flint Program on school integration.

Date: February 8 and 12, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joan Krager of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding the publication of Law and the Conditions of Freedom.
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Date: February 6, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Donald P. Kommers of Notre Dame University regarding the role of the Supreme Court in Wisconsin politics and the relation of judicial processes to the state political system.

Date: November 18, 1963, and January 6, 13, and 23, and February 10, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William Roalfe of Northwestern University regarding funding for a biography on John Henry Wigmore.

Date: January 13 and 25, and February 10, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Clifford L. Lord of Columbia University regarding a manuscript review on Judge Aaron Goodrich.

Date: January 31 and February 4, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lester Clemons regarding an invitation for Hurst to speak at the Milwaukee Rotary Club.

Date: January 31, and February 1 and 3, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Dean Eugene Rostow of Harvard, and Professors Roy Nichols and Thomas Cochran of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a recommendation for Calvin Woodard.

Date: January 15, 1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Edward Re of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission regarding an article on legal history courses.

Date: January 6, 1964

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Summary: A handwritten correspondence to Frances and Willard Hurst.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Justice Felix Frankfurter of the United States Supreme Court.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Oliver Wendell Holmes Association regarding a listing of emeritus faculty members at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: November 30, December 7, 1965, and February 16, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean William Keogh of Stanford University regarding a recommendation for Robert Spector.

Date: November 16, 1965

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Summary: "Professors Score Draft as a Penalty." A news article from the New York Times detailing the protestations of university professors in response to stifled public criticisms.

Date: December 23, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Walter Weyrauch of the University of Florida regarding a memorandum on advanced legal studies institutes.

Date: October 25, November 8 and 15, and December 22, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Ivan Rutledge of Ohio State University regarding a recommendation for Professor Calvin Woodard.

Date: December 8 and 11, 1965

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Summary: Chandler Publishing Company's statement of royalties for Legal Processes, and a listing of the institutions that sold the text.

Date: May 30, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a Chicago law office regarding a candidate evaluation.

Date: November 17, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Earl Sachse of the Wisconsin Legislative Council and Dean George Young of the University of Wisconsin regarding Margo Melli's service to the legislative council.

Date: November 18, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Dean George Young, and Professor Donald P. Kommer of the University of Notre Dame regarding Margo Melli's work as executive secretary of the Wisconsin Judicial Council.

Date: November 9 and 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Reid of the University of New York regarding recent text publications.

Date: October 4 and 18, and November 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ernest M. Jones of the University of Florida regarding an appraisal of AALS and its functions.

Date: October 27, and November 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Donald P. Kommers of the University of Notre Dame regarding court reorganization in Wisconsin.

Date: September 1 and October 1, 1965

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and members of the United States Court of Appeals and House of Representatives regarding student recommendations.

Date: September and November, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Hyman Enzer of Hofstra University regarding a draft report on the Russell Sage Foundation.

Date: October 13 and 24, and November 1, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Samuel Hays of the University of Pittsburgh regarding the use of legal documents for research evidence.

Date: October 29, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Robert O'Neil of Berkeley regarding a recommendation for Robert Spector.

Date: October 21, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Thompson Webb of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding a text review.

Date: October 20, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Commissioner James Morgan of the Wisconsin Department of Taxation regarding tax treatment of scholarships.

Date: October 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Gerald Kanner of Collier's Encyclopedia regarding a request for Hurst to compose an article submission on Louis Brandeis.

Date: October 13, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean George Young of the University of Wisconsin regarding a faculty candidate evaluation.

Date: October 14, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Joseph McKnight of Southern Methodist University, and Professor Richard Maxwell of the University of California regarding the American Society for Legal History.

Date: September 21 and 28, and October 11, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Francis Bator regarding Bator's book on governmental spending.

Date: October 8, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Attorney Gerald O'Melveny regarding the statue of limitations on a written promissory note.

Date: October 4 and 6, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Norma Zarky of Mitchell, Silberberg, and Knupp regarding abortion rights and the American Civil Liberties Union.

Date: September 13 and 21, and October 1, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Richard Aaron, and Dean Samuel Thurman of the University of Utah regarding a teaching position in law.

Date: September 29, October 4, and July 10, 14, and 21, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Haye & Keegan law office regarding judicial intervention in reapportionment decisions.

Date: September 22, 1965

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Summary: Little Brown and Company Royalty Statement for The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 30, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Frank C. Newman of Berkeley regarding procedure over substance quotations.

Date: September 15 and 21, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Gordon Sinkkin regarding a recommendation for Professor Spencer Kimball to assist in a revision of Wisconsin insurance law.

Date: September 21, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to H.E. Barg of Milwaukee Vocational and Adult Schools regarding a recommendation for a former student.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor R.C.B. Risk of Toronto regarding an invitation for Hurst to review The Rise of the Legal Profession in America.

Date: September 2 and 14, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Kenneth Vinson of the University of Mississippi regarding Legal Processes.

Date: August 3, 25, and 31, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George Rice of Milwaukee County Office of Corporation Counsel regarding legal precedents for the repeal and recreation of a bill within the same legislative session.

Date: August 18 and 19, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Philip Selznick of Berkeley regarding the "Sociology of Law."

Date: August 22, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Daniel Boorstin of the University of Chicago regarding a text review.

Date: August 22, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Earl F. Murphy of Temple University regarding an invitation for a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: March 31 and April 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Alan Jones of Grinnell College regarding an article review on "Thomas M. Cooley and the Michigan Supreme Court, 1865-1885."

Date: July 28 and 31, and August 3 and 6, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bernard Bailyn and Thomas Wilson of the John Harvard Library regarding Brandeis' text Other People's Money.

Date: July 20 and 30, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Peter Coleman of the Wisconsin State Historical Society regarding a review of the Fox-Wisconsin Waterway manuscript.

Date: April 26 and 29, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Edward Barrett of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Earl Murphy.

Date: May 13, 21, and 24, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Julius Stone of the University of Sydney regarding a research grant for a project on law and social control.

Date: June 15, 21 and 30, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arthur Sutherland of Harvard regarding Constitutionalism in America.

Date: June 25 and 30, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding The Politics of the Wade-Price Decision.

Date: June 21, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor William B. Harvey of the University of Michigan regarding a faculty position in African law.

Date: June 21, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John Reid of New York University regarding the interplay of Doe and Holmes.

Date: June 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerald K. Anderson of the Wisconsin Legislature regarding Assembly Bill 758, which relates to allegations made in political campaigns.

Date: May 20 and June 1, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to August Heckscher of the Twentieth Century Fund regarding the fund's annual report.

Date: May 21, 1965

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Summary: Notes by Hurst regarding text references.

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Summary: Correspondence between Dean George Young and Hurst regarding alterations in faculty pay scales.

Date: May 28 and June 1, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Richard C. Maxwell of the University of California regarding a recommendation for a former student.

Date: May 3 and 5, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's appointment to the Committee on the Phillip's Prize.

Date: April 27, 1965

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Summary: Copy of the final text of the transcript from a panel discussion at the S.I.D. world conference.
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Date: April 26, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a volume covering the history of Wisconsin.

Date: April 29, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Henry Allen Moe of the New York State Historical Society regarding the Phillip's Prize Committee and Hurst's text Justice Holmes on Legal History.

Date: April 13 and 15, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hamilton Marston regarding an amendment that would permit states to alter apportionment practices.

Date: April 9, 11, and 20, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Attorney William Wimmer regarding state leased landholdings.

Date: April 7, 10, and 12, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dr. Henry Allen Moe regarding the study of legal history.

Date: March 19, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Joseph J. Spengler of Duke regarding text reprints.

Date: April 12, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Floyd W. McBurney regarding a recent publication.

Date: April 12, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arnold Rose of the University of Minnesota regarding an invitation for Hurst to attend a symposium on the sociology of law.

Date: April 9, 1965

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding legal-economic research.

Date: March and April, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor A.N. Fatouros of Indiana University regarding a copy of the S.I.D. conference discussion.

Date: April 2 and 5, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Joel Grossman regarding a text review on lawyers and judges.

Date: March 26 and April 5, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Irvin Wyllie of the University of Wisconsin regarding an American Political History course.

Date: March 25 and 30, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Warren Olney III of the federal court system regarding a field study of federal bankruptcy law.

Date: March 15 and 25, 1965

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Summary: A student recommendation form for the academic year 1962-1963.

Date: March 24, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jerome Stone of Little Brown and Company regarding royalty statements, a reprint, and corrections for Growth of American Law.

Date: March 17 and 19, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Hiram Lesar of Washington University regarding a tenure promotion for Professor Lewis R. Mills.

Date: March 16 and 18, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Gerald C. MacCallum regarding a review of a legislative intent paper.

Date: March 17, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Kenneth Culp Davis of the University of Chicago regarding a legal education essay.

Date: February 28, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Whelan of Georgetown University regarding a Ford grant for the study of law and public administration.
(Prospectus included)

Date: February 25 and 28, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Myles Gibbons of the Railroad Retirement Board regarding a recommendation for George Douglas.

Date: February 10 and 15, 1965

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and the administrators of the University of Wisconsin regarding the usage of Vilas funds for publication assistance.

Date: January-February, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Donald Slichter of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company regarding an Advisory Committee meeting.

Date: February 5, 8, and 9, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Gerald D. Nash of the University of New Mexico regarding text reprints on economic legal history.

Date: January 27 and February 8, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence to Elizabeth Hull of the Chandler Publishing Company from Vice President Philip Buchen of Grand Valley State College regarding the use of Legal Processes in the development of course materials.

Date: February 2, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Oikawa regarding empirical research.

Date: February 4, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Erwin Surrency of Temple University regarding a request for Hurst to contribute to the American Journal of Legal History.

Date: January 29, and February 1, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Edward Barrett of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Dan Dykstra.

Date: January 28 and 31, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ralph S. Brown regarding a recommendation for Earl Murphy.

Date: January 15, 18, and 21, 1965

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Summary: Calendar Year Sales for The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1963-1964

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Sarah Raney of the Harvard Journal regarding Hurst's foreword to the January issue of the journal.

Date: January 14, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Lehan Tunks of the University of Washington regarding the place of legal history in the law school.

Date: December 31, 1964, and January 4 and 14, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Daniel Dykstra of the University of Utah regarding a research project on corporations.

Date: January 7 and 14, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Miles Gibbons of the Railroad Retirement Board regarding a student recommendation.

Date: January 13, 1965

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Geoffrey C. Hazard of the American Bar Foundation regarding The Social Science Research Council and legal issues surrounding the accessibility of automated public records.

Date: December 19 and 21, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Pendleton Herring of the Social Science Research Council regarding scholarly access to personal information.

Date: February 7 and 16, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Lawrence Friedman and Professor Stewart Macaulay of Stanford regarding the legal profession.

Date: December 15, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Roy A. Schotland of the University of Virginia regarding materials for a legislation course.

Date: December 14, 1966

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Summary: A series of correspondences dealing with a proposal made to the Association of American Law Schools for a conference on curriculum for first year law students.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Leonard S. Cottrell of the Russell Sage Foundation regarding a recommendation for Professor Stanley Kutler.

Date: December 9 and 13, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Robert Lopez of Yale University, and Stanislav Balik from the University of Prague regarding a fellowship in U.S. legal history.

Date: October-December, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor William Greenhalgh of Georgetown University regarding fellowship applicant Stanley Adelman.

Date: December 12, 1966

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and Dean Seward Reese of Willamette University regarding a reference for John Carlson.

Date: September, and November-December, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Dean Edward Barrett of the University of California, and John Whelan regarding a reference for Whelan.

Date: December 6 and 9, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Chandler Publishing Company regarding a statement of royalties made for Legal Processes and a listing of colleges that sold the text.

Date: June 30, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Sanford H. Kadish of Berkeley regarding the Law and Humanities Committee.

Date: November 21 and 23, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Algo D. Henderson of Berkeley regarding curriculum and teaching approaches in law.

Date: November 10 and 15, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation regarding a recommendation for Jaro Mayda.

Date: November 7, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Myles F. Gibbons of the Railroad Retirement Board regarding a student recommendation.

Date: November 7, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the WIBA Neighborhood Committee regarding zoning and land conflicts.

Date: October 23 and November 4, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to David Allen regarding registration and law school grants.

Date: October 18, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Manuel Gottlieb of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee regarding economic policy.

Date: October 12 and 13, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Joseph Willits of the Rockefeller Foundation regarding "The Jurisprudence of Willard Hurst," and a review of Law and Economic Growth.

Date: September, October, April, and May, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John P. Reid of New York University regarding a review of legal history pieces.

Date: October 7, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Allan Bogue of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation letter.

Date: October 3, 1966

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company.

Date: June 30, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and President John S. Millis of the Western Reserve University regarding a symposium on public responses to law.

Date: September 19 and 22, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Lon Fuller of Harvard regarding a book by Lawrence Friedman.

Date: September 13, 1966

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Summary: Confidential report on a fellowship applicant for the American Council of Learned Societies.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Miguel de Capriles of New York University regarding a request for Hurst to write the introduction to An Annual Survey of American Law for 1966.

Date: September 12 and 15, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Eugene Rostow of Yale regarding the law school apparatus.

Date: September 13, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray film.

Date: September 8, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Harvard University Press regarding a royalty statement for Law and Economic Growth.

Date: June 30, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hon. Thomas E. Fairchild regarding a recent appointment and confirmation.

Date: September 2, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mark Saxton of Harvard University regarding reviews of Law and Economic Growth.

Date: August 8 and 30, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Enid Campbell of the University of Sydney regarding a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: December 1965, and Jan, February, and May, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John Ervin of the University of Minnesota Press regarding a request for Hurst to write a forward for a text on civil liberties.

Date: April 23, 26, and 29, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Richard Paul Broder, and the Office of the Judge Advocate General regarding a recommendation for Broder.

Date: August 16, 22, and 25, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Joseph L. Rauch regarding a recommendation fro a past student.

Date: August 24, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Calvin Plimpton of Amherst College regarding the Kyoto summer seminar in American studies.

Date: August 12 and 16, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wex Malone of Louisiana State University regarding the establishment of a committee for the National Foundation on Arts and Humanities.

Date: July 8 and August 10, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Wex Malone of the Louisiana State University regarding a summer seminar project.

Date: August 9, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Donald P. Kommers of the University of Notre Dame regarding Judicial Politics in Wisconsin.

Date: July 7, and August 8, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Lehan Tunks of the University of Washington regarding a letter of appraisal for Professor Robert Hunt.

Date: June 21 and 24, and July 15, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Johns regarding a final exam grade.

Date: June 13, 20, and 22, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to The First National Bank regarding travel plans.

Date: June 22, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Patrick Brown of the University of Florida Law Review regarding a contribution to a symposium on jurisprudence and lawyers.

Date: June 14 and 20, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Willard Heckel of Rutgers University regarding an invitation to a program celebrating the university's new law school.

Date: June 1 and 13, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean George Young of the University of Wisconsin regarding a submission to the Research Committee.

Date: June 6, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the University of Wisconsin Press regarding a statement of sales for Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: May 27, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harriet Bunn regarding a possible gift to the University of Wisconsin for Latin American studies.

Date: May 24, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arthur S. Miller of George Washington University regarding an informal sampling of public opinion of the United States Supreme Court.

Date: May 5, 9, and 17, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, James Bablitch, and the Coordinator of Resident Counseling at the University of Wisconsin regarding a resident fellowship appointment.

Date: May 4 and 19, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Ebel of Michigan State University regarding the submission of an essay on legal education.

Date: May 9 and 10, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harold Ellis regarding the history of public land law development.

Date: May 9, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George W. Corner of the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's appointment as a member of the Committee on the Phillips Prize.

Date: April 28, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard Schwartz of Northwestern University regarding Hurst's appointment to an editorial advisory board for Law and Society Review.

Date: April 28 and 29, and May 5, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wallace Farnham of the University of Wyoming regarding an article review on the history of public policy.

Date: February 4 and April 26, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jerold S. Auerbach regarding a prospectus for a research project on civil liberties.

Date: April 6, 17, and 22, 1966

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Summary: A series of correspondences, endorsements, and news articles regarding the attempts by the House Committee on Un-American Activities to hold individuals within contempt of court.

Date: January and February, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Thompson Webb of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding Joel Handler's manuscript on the roles of the bar in Decatur, Illinois.

Date: April 22, 1966

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Summary: Memorandum to Hurst from Michael Cardozo of the Association of American Law Schools regarding Hurst's nomination to the Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise.

Date: April 4, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Orma Linford of the University of Wisconsin, and Maurice English of the University of Chicago Press regarding an essay entitled "The Mormons and the Law: The Polygamy Cases."

Date: March 10, 11, 17, and 30, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert Mathews of Ohio State University regarding a conference.

Date: March 29 and 31, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John S. Patten of Douglas County Public Welfare Department regarding a recommendation for Charles Lund.

Date: March 29 and 31, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Kirby Hendee of Sentry Insurance regarding a speaking invitation in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.

Date: March 15, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Geoffrey C. Hazard of the American Bar Association regarding a recommendation for Stanley Kutler.

Date: February 25 and March 4, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Leon H. Wallace of Indiana University regarding a recommendation for Robert Spector.

Date: February 21 and 24, and March 1 and 2, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Miguel de Capriles of New York University regarding a recommendation for John Reid.

Date: February 23 and 25, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Manuel Gottlieb of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Dean George Young of the University of Wisconsin regarding the development of a program of law and economic studies.

Date: February 8 and 25, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Attorney Wade Boardman regarding gift and appointment problems.

Date: February 21, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor David Currie of the University of Chicago regarding a recommendation for Robert Spector.

Date: January 20 and 27, 1966

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Summary: Academic Staff Time Utilization Study for 1965-1966.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Jarold Walden of the University of North Dakota regarding an invitation to join a Law Day Program.

Date: February 17 and 21, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances and Willard Hurst to Senator J.W. Fulbright regarding the hearings on U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War.

Date: February 21, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Myron S. Einisman of the University of Louisville regarding a tribute to Mr. Justice Brandeis.

Date: January 4 and 10, and February 8, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding a research appointment for a French professor.

Date: February 2 and 8, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Attorney Maynard Omerberg regarding a recommendation for Barry Vogel.

Date: February 2 and 4, 1966

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Summary: Notes for an article review covering involuntary servitude.

Date: February 4, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William Swindler of the College of William and Mary regarding Hurst's election to the Association of American Law Schools council on Legal History.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a recommendation for a former student.

Date: February 2, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Manuel Gottlieb of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee regarding private laws governing the assessment and collection of taxes.

Date: January 21 and 27, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Hon. James Doyle regarding revenue agents, the Bohrod case, and income reporting.

Date: January 12 and 17, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Henry Manne of George Washington University regarding a summer program in law and economics.

Date: January 5, 11, and 14, 1966

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Summary: Pamphlet disseminated by the American Civil Liberties Union regarding a draft law and student dissent.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Assistant Dean J.L. Malone of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Robert Spector.

Date: January 3, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Richard Maxwell of the University of California regarding a tenure appointment fro Don Hagman.

Date: December 30, 1965, and January 30, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a text review.

Date: November 7, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and R.C. Berry regarding zoning and titling for the Radio Park area in Madison.

Date: October 23 and 29, 1966

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor A.S. Eisenstadt of Brooklyn College regarding a manuscript review.

Date: June 28 and July 10, 1967

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Summary: Copy of assembly joint resolution 91 regarding the public service of Professor Jacob H. Buescher of the University of Wisconsin.

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Summary: Correspondence from Chancellor R.W. Fleming of the University of Wisconsin regarding a memorial resolution for Professor Jacob H. Buescher.

Date: July 27, 1967

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Summary: Rough drafts of memorial for Professor Jacob H. Buescher.

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Summary: Newspaper clipping acknowledging the death of Professor Jacob H. Buescher.

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Summary: Memorial resolution for Professor Jacob H. Buescher.

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor David Riesman regarding an essay review.

Date: August 16, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas Burland of the Wisconsin State Historical Society regarding the advisory committee for the Wisconsin history project.

Date: August 10 and 16, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Robert B. Yegge of the University of Denver regarding an event planned by the Association of American Law Schools Curriculum Committee.

Date: August 10 and 16, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William Goldsmith of Brandeis University regarding The Lost Scrolls of Louis Brandeis.
(Includes memorandum detailing the project)

Date: August 4 and 14, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor R.C.B. Risk of the University of Toronto regarding a graduate degree in legal history from the University of Wisconsin.

Date: July 20 and 28, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Philip D. Jones of the University of Chicago Press regarding a manuscript review on the courts and reconstruction.

Date: July 11 and 14, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Vice President R.L. Clodius, Charles Stathas, and Jen Van Ess of the Research Administration regarding a publication contract.

Date: June 19, 28, and July 3, 12, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Carl McGowan of the U.S. Court of Appeals regarding a recommendation for Stephen Chernof.

Date: July 7, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Melvin Urofsky and David W. Ley of Ohio State University regarding files on Louis Brandeis.

Date: June 27, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Joseph F. Kauffman of the University of Wisconsin regarding academic discipline and student misconduct.

Date: June 26 and 29, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas F. Bergin of the University of Virginia regarding an invitation for Hurst to submit an article to the Yale Law Journal.
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Date: June 13 and 22, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Bayless Manning of Stanford University regarding Lawrence Friedman's transfer to Stanford University.

Date: June 7 and 13, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Edward D. Re of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission regarding the teaching of legal history in a law school curriculum.

Date: June 1 and 9, 1967

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Summary: Memorandum to the Screening Committee on the selection of the University of Wisconsin's Chancellor from G.W. Foster regarding the nomination of John E. Coons.

Date: April 18, 1967

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Summary: A detailed description of the terms surrounding the candidacy for an LL.M. degree.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Duncan Harkin of the University of Wisconsin regarding a study on public lands policy in Alaska.

Date: May 18, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Holman Hamilton regarding the Organization of American Historians.

Date: April 16 and 18, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin N. Griswold of Harvard Law regarding a recommendation for a department vacancy.

Date: March 28, and April 10, 12, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Willard H. Pedrick of Arizona State University regarding Professor Dick Effland's professorship.

Date: April 10 and 13, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Committee on the Judiciary Wisconsin Senate regarding opposition to a constitutional convention.

Date: April 10, 1967

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Summary: Duplicate copy of previous correspondence with an attached copy of the resolution.

Date: April 10, 1967

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Summary: Duplicate copy of previous correspondence with an attached copy of the resolution and a Senate amendment.

Date: April 10, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Erwin Griswold of Harvard Law regarding an invitation for Hurst to join Harvard's faculty.

Date: March 18 and 20, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Murray Teigh Bloom regarding research suggestions.

Date: April 5 and 7, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Sanford H. Kadish of the University of California regarding the National Endowmen on the Humanities.

Date: April 5 and 7, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Paul Freund of Harvard law regarding an invitation for Hurst to fill the vacant Warren chair at Harvard University.

Date: March 18 and 21, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Marilyn Mauskopf of the University of Pennsylvania Law Review regarding Hurst's manuscript.

Date: March 17 and 21, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Chancellor Robben W. Fleming of the University of Wisconsin regarding an invitation for Hurst to take the Warren Chair at Harvard Law School.

Date: March 18, 1967

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Chancellor R.W. Fleming of the University of Wisconsin regarding the Harvard offer.

Date: March 22, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Paul Freund of Harvard Law regarding a memorial.

Date: March 22, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Howard Chandler of Chandler Publishing regarding a contract for Legal Processes.

Date: March 8, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Geoffrey Hazard of the American Bar Foundation regarding a recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

Date: March 3, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Howard Lesnick of the Community Lawyer Fellowship Program regarding a recommendation for Joel Rabin.

Date: February 20, 24, and 28, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor George A. Billias of Clark University regarding the creation of a volume on American History.

Date: February 16, 21, and 24, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Marc Galanter of the University of Chicago regarding a comparative-legal-professions conference.
(Includes copy of proposal for the conference)

Date: February 14, and 20, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and H.V. Hodson of the Pitchley Foundation regarding a conference on legal education.

Date: February 14 and 20, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor W.L. Twining of the Queen's University of Belfast regarding a new series of law books.

Date: January 23, and February 3, 6, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Manuel Gottleib of the University of Wisconsin regarding libel chargers filed against the Milwaukee Journal.
(Includes two newspaper clippings on the case)

Date: February 7, 10, and 13, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas Jacobson regarding the constitutionality of Wisconsin's garnishment before judgement law.

Date: February 2 and 3, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stanislav Balik regarding the history of land law in the American colonies and the Massachusetts Liberties of 1641.

Date: January 26 and February 3, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Thomas Webb, Jr. of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding the African law-and-society symposium.

Date: January 31, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Donald P. Kommers regarding a recommendation for Kommers.

Date: January 23 and 26, 1967

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Summary: A series of correspondences detailing the requirements for a LLM thesis paper and a master's degree in law at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 20, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Sanburn C. Brown of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences regarding Hurst's membership in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Date: January 18 and 24, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bradford J. Johnson of the Federal Trade Commission regarding a recommendation for Howard Gopman.

Date: January 17 and 18, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Oscar Handlin of the Charles Warren Center regarding Hurst's recent visit to the Warren Center in Cambridge.

Date: January 16, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arthur Von Mehren of Harvard University regarding the Kyoto Summer Seminar and a recommendation for Professor Koji Sato.

Date: January 9 and 16, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Lawrence Friedman of Stanford University regarding a manuscript review.

Date: January 6, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Arthur S. Miller of George Washington University regarding a paper on the symbolic position of the Supreme Court.

Date: January 3 and 5, 1967

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Kenneth C. Davis of the University of Chicago regarding "Discretionary Justice."

Date: December 27, 1968

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Summary: Rough draft of Hurst's thoughts on a commentary regarding the subject matter of legal history.

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Summary: Correspondence to F. Milligan of the Humanities and Social Sciences from Professor R.C.B. Risk of the University of Toronto regarding a leave fellowship.

Date: December 17, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Gibb of the Commission of Higher Education, and Robert Wright of the University of Arkansas regarding a letter of recommendation for Wright.

Date: December 13 and 18, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor D.H. Flaherty of the University of Virginia regarding an essay review.

Date: December 13, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to H. McCredie of the University of Sydney regarding a manuscript review.

Date: September 20, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harry N. Scheiber of Dartmouth College regarding a commentary on legal history.
(Includes final draft of Hurt's response to the commentary)

Date: December 12, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Nester C. Kohert of the Family Law Research Foundation regarding domestic relations.

Date: December 6, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John H. Bancroft of the National Endowment for the Humanities regarding a meeting focusing on the role of law in the foundation.

Date: November 8, 13, and 29, 1968

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Summary: Character statement for Samuel Konefsky.

Date: November 27, 1968

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Summary: Copy of "The Supreme Court and the Constitutional Tradition in America" by Samuel J. Konefsky.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Charles Maddocks regarding an essay review.

Date: October 17, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charles Maddocks regarding text reviews and a conference proposal.

Date: November 6, 7, 8, 11, and 18, 1967

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Summary: Proposal for a conference on anarchy, totalitarianism, and freedom under law by Charles S. Maddock.

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Summary: Law Education vs. Law Confusion and Law Propaganda: A Program for Instruction on the Contrasting and Conflicting Roles of Free World and Soviet "Law" by the Standing Committee on Education Against Communism.

Date: February, 1966

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Summary: Character statement for Stanley Katz to the American Council of Learned Societies.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Richard L.Cates regarding the formation of a Lawyer's committee for Bob Kastenmeier.

Date: October 29, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Geoffrey C. Hazard of the American Bar Foundation regarding a manuscript review.

Date: October 28, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Orlando E. Delogu of the University of Maine regarding an essay review.

Date: October 22, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Professor Vern Countryman regarding congressional investigating committees and cases relating to their constitutionality.
(Includes brief of case being held before the Supreme Court)

Date: September 20, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Spencer Kimball regarding interracial faculty.

Date: October 11 and 14, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from William B. Lockhart regarding the 1969 chairman of the American Association of Law Schools Committee on Law and the Humanities.

Date: September 25, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas H. Barland of the State Historical Society regarding the Wisconsin history project.

Date: September 25 and 30, 19

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Katz of the University of Wisconsin regarding the use of a quotation from Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: September 26, 1968

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Summary: Royalty statement from Little Brown and Company for The Growth of American Law.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Charles Rembar regarding Rembar's recent publication.

Date: September 17, 1968

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding the unauthorized usage of Radley Metzger's name in a text publication.
(Includes newspaper clippings on the topic)

Date: December 10 and 27, 1967, and September 5, 9, and 12, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

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Summary: Memorandum to the Dean and Law faculty at the University of Wisconsin from the Personnel Committee regarding the proposed appointment of George Bunn.

Date: July 3 and 19, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr. resigning from the Research Committee of the American Bar Foundation.

Date: August 20, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Charles Silberman of the Carnegie Study of the Education of Educators regarding a text review.

Date: June 10, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jerrold Walden of the University of Iowa regarding Walden's Noerr essay.

Date: August 19, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George Bunn regarding the Mermin and Crew reports.

Date: July 16, 1968

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Summary: Suggested proposal to George Bunn.

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Summary: Correspondence between from George M. St. Peter to President Lyndon B. Johnson regarding a recommendation to appoint Hurst to the United States Supreme Court.

Date: June 24 and 27, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William E. Nelson regarding an essay on criminal justice administration.

Date: November 7, 1967, and June 27, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert R. Wright of the University of Arkansas regarding an invitation for Hurst to attend Arkansas's annual fall legal institute.

Date: June 18 and 25, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Earl F. Murphy of Temple University regarding a text review, and Hurst's recent visit to England.

Date: June 26, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Drue Matthews of the Mount Holyoke College regarding a recommendation for Mary Brodie.

Date: June 18 and 21, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean William B. Lockhart of the University of Minnesota regarding an AALS meeting.

Date: May 15 and June 21, 1968

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Paul C. Gates regarding Hurst's lumber history volume.

Date: June 17 and 20, 1968

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Summary: Rough draft of memorial resolutions for Jacob Beuscher.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Joan Krager of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding a text review of Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England.

Date: December 2, 16, and 22, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Nathan Smith regarding the admission of Justice Louis D. Brandeis to the Fame for Great Americans and New York University.

Date: December 12 and 20, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold Evjen of the University of Colorado regarding a proposal for a PhD program in legal history.
(Includes copy of the proposal)

Date: December 11 and 19, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the President Nixon regarding police killings of two members of the Illinois Black Panther Party.

Date: December 5 and 12, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Armin Rappaport of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Stanley Kutler.

Date: December 4 and 11, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Earl Johnson of the University of Wisconsin'Milwaukee regarding conceptions surrounding the judiciary.

Date: November 18 and 21, 1969

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding a recommendation for James A. Flader.

Date: November 4, 6, 7, 12, and 13, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Supreme Court Justice William Proxmire about tax reform legislation affecting foundations.

Date: November 6 and 12, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. John regarding the latter's book about modern legal history.

Date: November 14, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Research and Publications Committee of University College regarding a recommendation for Professor Robert Seidman.

Date: October 17 and 27, 1969; November 5, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ralph S. Rice of the University of California regarding an invitation for a speaking engagement.

Date: October 24 and 28, 1969; November 6, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Spencer Kimball regarding a student recommendation.

Date: November 10, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Eric Sinclaire Purdon regarding a request for a text of Hurst's book on his naval experience.

Date: October 29, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor David E. Matz of Hampshire College regarding a text review.

Date: November 3, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Spencer Kimball about the Groppi case.

Date: November 5, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to A.M. Susman regarding fellowship and grant opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: November 3, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Douglass G. Bashkoff of Indiana University regarding a recommendation for George Kuehnl.

Date: October 28, 1969; November 3, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor David L. Bazelon, Honor Carl McGown, and Honor Harold Leventhal of the United States Court of Appeals regarding a recommendation for Robert Shapiro.

Date: October 20, 22, 24, 28, and 29, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Joseph J. Spengler of Duke University regarding a text review.

Date: October 24, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerald T. Dunne of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis regarding a text entitled "Dartmouth."

Date: September 29, 1969; October 21, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Edgar Bodenheimer of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Bodenheimer.

Date: October 17 and 22, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Samuel Thurman of the University of Utah regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate in the William H. Leary Memorial Lectures.

Date: October 10 and 14, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Henry W. McGee of the University of California regarding the syllabus for a seminar on the legal foundations of American slavery (Includes copy of course syllabus).

Date: October 9 and 14, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas H. Barland of the State Historical Society regarding the Wisconsin History Project.
(Includes listing of the advisory committee for the project)

Date: September 24, 1969; October 1, 1969

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Summary: Recommendation for Michael Lyons.

Date: September 25, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Reverend Lawrence L. Gruman regarding the Vogel demonstrations.

Date: September 24, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Madison Department of Public Health regarding an x-ray report.

Date: September 19, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and G. Edward White regarding career suggestions for legal history.

Date: September 17 and 25, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Barbara Rhem of the University of Wisconsin Press in which Hurst offers comments on a manuscript by George Miller on the Granger Laws.

Date: August 28, 1969; September 2, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Dean Spencer L. Kimball regarding the Armed Forces Legal Institute project.

Date: September 17, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Perry Hill of the Milwaukee Journal regarding the submission of the Oliver Wendell Holmes lectures to the newspaper.

Date: September 15, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Weldon A. Kefauver of Ohio State University Press regarding Hurst's assessment of a collection about justice edited by Earl Finbar Murphy.

Date: July 7, 15, and 28, 1969; August 27, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lt. William K. Thompson regarding a recommendation for Thompson.

Date: August 21 and 25, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Donald J. McCarty of the University of Wisconsin School of Education inviting Hurst to be a member of the Executive Committee of the School of Education.

Date: August 19 and 21, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John E. O'Brien of Chester High School, Chester, Vermont, regarding a school that offers a degree in school administration and law.

Date: July 28, 1969; August 5, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Hon. Robert Uehling of the Wisconsin Assembly urging Uehling to vote for a favorable university budget.

Date: July 17,1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Prof. Joseph W. McKnight of Southern Methodist University School of Law regarding the existence of a study on the prevalence of adoption by special legislative act in common law jurisdictions prior to the enactment of general adoption statutes.

Date: June 23 and 27, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Preston S. Cutler of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences regarding a fellowship at the Center.

Date: June 17, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Nancy N. Scheiber of Dartmouth College regarding Hurst's scholarship in the area of law and social change.

Date: June 16, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ralph W. Sockman of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans inviting Hurst to be a member of the group's Electoral College.

Date: June 20, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and A.D. Tarlock regarding Tarlock's request for information about Professor Jake Beuscher's work on the physical environment.

Date: June 9 and 13, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst and Lloyd K. Garrison concerning job prospects for Kay Ellen Hays.

Date: June 13, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stephen R. Graubard requesting Hurst's permission to use his comments in a publication entitled "Excerpts from the Proceedings of the Conference on Governance of Universities."

Date: May 6 and 11, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George W. Corner informing Hurst of his reappointment to the Committee on the Phillips Prize of the American Philosophical Society.

Date: April 30, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and various others regarding the publication of Professor J.W. Smurr's manuscript entitled Territorial Constitutions: A Legal History of the Frontier Governments Erected by Congress in the American West, 1787-1900.

Date: September 17, 19, and 23, 1968; May 2 and 5, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Earl F. Murphy regarding the page/word limit for the submission of Murphy's MSS to the Law Review.

Date: May 5, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Fran Thomas regarding Thomas' writing of a biography about Jake Beuscher.

Date: December 23, 1968; January 8, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William K. Jones of Columbia University regarding Jones' request for the teaching materials of an undergraduate law course.

Date: April 15 and 21, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George J. Kuehnl concerning Kuehnl's inquiry into the legal teaching market.

Date: April 14 and 17, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Charles A. Heckman informing Heckman that there is no valuable information from McReynolds' AG years in the McReynolds manuscript collection at the Alderman Library.

Date: April 14, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harry N. Scheiber concerning Scheiber's essay, on Hurst's writings, prepared for the American Historical Association.

Date: March 29, 1969; April 4, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Henry G. Manne informing Hurst of the success Growth of American Law had in his class.

Date: March 27, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stephen R. Graubard regarding Graubard's request that Hurst contribute to issues of Daedalus focused on higher education.

Date: March 17 and 27, 1969; April 7, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and various law school graduate programs regarding Kwadwo Antiwi-Apori's fellowship applications.

Date: December 16, 20, and 26 1968; January 27 and 31, 1969; February 5, 1969; April 1 and 2, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Lon Weber clarifying a legal memorandum.

Date: March 27, 1969

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Summary: Statement on Behalf of the Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union in Opposition to Bill AB 260 submitted by Hurst.

Date: No Date

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Summary: Statement written by Hurst concerning revoking financial aid.

Date: No Date

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Summary: Correspondence from Mr. and Mrs. Hurst to Senator Gaylord Nelson opposing the proposed Sentinel ABM defensive system.

Date: March 8, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and R.C.B. Risk regarding Risk's pursuit of an SJD at the University of Wisconsin Law School through a Leave fellowship from the University of Toronto

Date: December 16 and 30, 1968; January 30, 1968; February 6 and 12, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William Klein regarding the revision of the Legal Process book to accommodate the goals of the course.

Date: February 11 and 17, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Barbara Shively concerning Shively's request of Hurst to write an article on one of three selected Supreme Court Justices for Encyclopedia Americana.

Date: January 29, 1969; February 3, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James E. Krier regarding Krier's new teaching position at UCLA.

Date: January 29 and 31, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joel R. Oppenheim requesting Hurst to complete a form for the Teacher Placement Bureau of the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 30 and 31, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert L. Clodius concerning Hurst's supplementary allowance for 1969-1970.

Date: January 20 and 23, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Stewart Macaulay requesting Hurst's permission to use Law and Social Process in the United States History and Law and Economic Growth in their forthcoming book, Law and the Behavioral Sciences.

Date: January 9, 1969

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding the issuance of university credentials to individuals in aid of police purposes.
(includes draft of the proposal)

Date: 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Fran Thomas regarding a manuscript publication.

Date: December 29, 1969, and September 1, 3, 9, and December 4, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Shapiro of the U.S. Court of Appeals, and Reginald Heber Smith regarding a recommendation for Shapiro.

Date: December 15 and 23, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Frank R. Strong of the University of North Carolina regarding the American Association of Law School's teaching clinic.
(includes copy of conference topics and schedule)

Date: December 7 and 16, 1969

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Stanley Kutler.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Michael Lacey of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars regarding a recommendation for Professor Julius Stone.

Date: November 25, and December 2 and 4, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George C. Seward of Phi Beta Kappa Associates regarding an invitation for Hurst to join a panel of distinguished speakers.

Date: December 3 and 7, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Ann G. Harris of Goodyear Publishing Company regarding permission to reprint from Law and Social Processes in United States History.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Paul S. Taylor regarding the capture of irrigation values from congressional records.

Date: November 24, 1970

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Summary: Pamphlet announcing a new series: Studies in Legal History, which includes a submission by Hurst.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jacob Landynski of the New School for Social Research regarding the creation of a volume honoring Professor Samuel Konefsky.

Date: November 10 and 19, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert E. Mathews of the University of Texas regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: November 10 and 12, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Dallin H. Oaks of the American Bar Federation regarding studies on the legal profession.

Date: October 14, 23, and 26, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Joan Krager of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding Babcock and Bosselman, "The Suburbs are Alive and Well in Seattle."

Date: October 19, 22, 26, and 27, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Freda Hliddal of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans regarding the impending Hall of Fame elections.

Date: October 19 and 20, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Gaylord Nelson and Honor William Proxmire regarding an investigation of the IRS.

Date: October 22, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. A.L. Sachar of Brandeis University regarding the Brandeis papers.

Date: October 5, 14, and 19, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Gerald T. Dunne regarding an upcoming meeting.

Date: October 4, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James M. Graham regarding fellowship opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: October 9, 14, 16, and 19, 1970

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Stanley Kutler.
(includes a copy of Kutler's proposal for research on Justice John Marshall)

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Summary: Chapter outline regarding Progressivism and Holmes-Brandeis-Cardozo.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean James R. Adams of the University of South Dakota regarding an invitation for Hurst to be the Dillon Lecturer at the University of South Dakota.

Date: August 26, September 1, and October 5, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Gordon Bakken of California State College regarding a research outline.

Date: August 31, September 29, and October 2, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Maurice English of Temple University regarding the Reichstein Manuscript.

Date: September 23, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Ralph Sockman of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans regarding candidates for the Hall of Fame.

Date: June 1, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Arthur A. Leff of Yale Law School regarding the AALS committee.

Date: September 23 and 29, 1970

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Michael Belknap.

Date: September 25, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James C. Hornaday regarding recommendations for work in legal history.

Date: September 15 and 21, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Edgar Bodenheimer regarding a report of the Committee on Law and the Humanities.

Date: September 14, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor David Flaherty of the University of Virginia regarding an American Historical Association paper.

Date: September 14, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Raoul Berger regarding appreciation for support.

Date: September 8, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor James H. Weber of the University of Nebraska regarding a recommendation for Richard Harnsberger.

Date: August 14 and 21, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Lloyd Garrison regarding a summary of Hurst's recent projects.

Date: July 28, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Fran Thomas regarding a manuscript on Jake Beuscher.

Date: July 1, 7, and 25, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Marjorie Rombauer from the University of Washington regarding The Growth of American Law.

Date: July 2 and 7, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harry Scheiber of Dartmouth College regarding essay reprints.

Date: June 24, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert M. O'Neil of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences regarding a visit to Madison and a TA strike.

Date: June 22, 1970

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Summary: Resolution of Presentation at the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Bar Association.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Murray L. Schwartz of the University of California regarding a recommendation for William Klein.

Date: May 27 and June 2, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John P. Reid of New York University regarding a Cherokee Nation volume.

Date: May 25, 28, and 29, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding the war in Southeast Asia.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John de J. Pemberton of the American Civil Liberties Union regarding the formation of a National Committee Against Preventive Detention.

Date: March 11, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Gaylord Nelson of the Senate Office Building acknowledging support for Nelson.

Date: May 18, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding the Human Resources educational fund.

Date: April 17, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe W. Holt of the University of Alabama regarding a seminar in American Legal History.
(includes a copy of the course syllabus)

Date: April 27, and May 4, and 9, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances and Willard Hurst to Senator McGovern regarding curbs on executive war policy.

Date: May 14, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Chancellor Edwin Young of the University of Wisconsin acknowledging Hurst's support of Young's leadership role.

Date: May 13, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor William Proxmire and Honor Gaylord Nelson regarding war policies of the executive.

Date: May 12, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Danna M. Wood of the National Urban League regarding a recommendation for Kwadwo Apori.

Date: May 5 and 8, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Stephen R. Graubard of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences regarding Hurst's thoughts on bargaining agreements for TA's, a governance study, service functions of a university, and research and PH. D's.

Date: April 27 and May 6, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's reappointment on the committee on the Phillip's Prize.

Date: April 27, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Edgar Bodenheimer of the University of California regarding a fellowship opportunity for a conference between the AALS and the Humanities Endowment.

Date: April 27 and May 4, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Richard Newhall regarding writings on Hurst.

Date: March 31, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Robert Kastenmeier of the House of Representatives regarding tax reform legislation and its effects on foundations.

Date: November 6, 1969

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Norman J. Putman of the Court of Appeals regarding the influence of Hurst's 1949 courses on Putman's current work.

Date: March 16, 1970.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Douglas J. Parry of the Utah Law Review regarding a symposium on Chief Justice Traynor.

Date: March 10 and 16, 1979

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Katz of Harvard Law regarding the work of a fellow colleague.

Date: March 5, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Talcott Parsons of the American Academy of the Arts and Sciences regarding a panel meeting for the Assembly on University Goals and Governance.

Date: February 17 and 20, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Edgar Bodenheimer of the University of California regarding resolutions passed by the Committee on Law and the Humanities of the Association of American Law Schools.
(includes copy of the resolutions)

Date: February 13 and 20, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John Temple Swing of the Council on Foreign Relations regarding a recommendation for Richard Wasserstrom.

Date: December 30, 1969 and January 7, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Joan Krager of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding "Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England."

Date: January 7, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the American Bar Foundation regarding a recommendation for John R. Squibb.

Date: January 6, 1970

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Shapiro regarding a potential reference for Shapiro.

Date: October 29 and November 3, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert O'Neil of the University of California regarding a manuscript review.

Date: December 7, 15, and 21, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George B. Richter of the University of Nevada regarding a submission to the Judge's Journal.

Date: December 22, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence to Comitato Nazionale from Hurst regarding a recommendation for Franco Lombardi.

Date: December 21, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Dean Joshua Morse III of Florida State University, and Harold Southerland regarding a recommendation for Southerland.

Date: December 14 and 16, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jeffrey B. Bartell regarding Hurst's participation in a panel discussion with the Judge's Subcommittee.

Date: December 15, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence Bugge regarding membership in the American Bar Association.

Date: December 7 and 13, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Gaylord Nelson and Honor William Proxmire of the Senate office building regarding Hurst's opposition to the appointment of Mr. Rehnquist to the Supreme Court.

Date: December 1, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Mark Beach of the University of Rochester regarding the history of American higher education.

Date: November 12 and 24, and December 1, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Antonia Chayes of Tufts University regarding professional recommendations.

Date: November 30, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Warren J. Samuels of Michigan State University regarding a submission to the Journal of Economic Issues.

Date: November 30 and December 24, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Richard Primuth of the Wisconsin Law Review regarding rankings assigned to individual papers.

Date: November 30, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert E. Herzstein of Arnold and Porter regarding a recommendation for William C. Lewis.

Date: November 8 and 10, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Orlando E. Delogu of the University of Maine regarding a recommendation for Ralph J. Gillis.

Date: October 28 and November 3, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Aldus H. Chapin regarding a recommendation for Milton H. Cohen.

Date: October 21 and 26, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Philip Lader of the Newton College of the Sacred Heart regarding a past conference and current collections on legal studies.

Date: November 1, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frederick Bernays Wiener regarding the Cramer case.

Date: October 26 and November 1, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley I. Kutler of the University of Wisconsin regarding a manuscript on Roscoe Pound.

Date: November 1, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from John W. Whelan of the University of California regarding a request for legislation materials.

Date: September 9 and October 21, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor James E. Doyle of the U.S. District Court regarding Hurst's comments on three court opinions.

Date: October 21 and 22, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W.H. Cowley regarding the legitimacy of the American business corporation.

Date: October 8, 13, and 19, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor James Doyle of the U.S. District Court regarding Culross v. Weaver.

Date: October 20, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank regarding a recommendation for William C. Lewis, Jr.

Date: September 28, 1971

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Summary: Signed document regarding Hurst's participation on the amicus brief.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to James E. Doyle regarding a recommendation for William C. Lewis.

Date: October 11, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Professor Henry Steiner of Harvard and Thomas Webb regarding permission to use Law and the Conditions of Freedom for a course in law and development.

Date: October 4 and 7, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Audrey Short of the University of Cincinnati regarding a proposed research project on the Social History of American law.
(includes copy of the proposal)

Date: September 9, 17, and October 1, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Edgar Bodenheimer of the University of California regarding Bodenheimer's article on philosophical anthropology.

Date: September 27 and October 4, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Fran Thomas regarding a collection on Professor Beuscher.

Date: January 20, and September 22 and 26, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mark S. Massel regarding Massel's Crews lecture.

Date: September 29, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt of the University of Alabama regarding a review of Hurst's book on corporation law.

Date: July 8, 20, and 27, August 3, September 24 and 29, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor David Cronon of the Wisconsin State Historical Society regarding the Advisory Committee for the Wisconsin History Project.

Date: September 21 and 27, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Sidney L. Moore regarding a proposed research project on the relationship between the pauper and the state.

Date: September 14 and 27, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to William F. Thompson of the Wisconsin State Historical Society regarding a manuscript review.

Date: September 20, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruce Young of the University of Chicago Press regarding a text reprint.

Date: June 1 and 4, and September 15, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to E.K. Frankl of Trinity Hall, England regarding a recommendation for Professor Feinsinger.

Date: September 21, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Fritz K. Ringer of Boston University regarding a draft for a future program in law and social studies.
(includes copy of draft)

Date: August 13 and 17, and September 20, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Herbert A. Johnson, editor of the Papers of John Marshall, regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate in a conference.

Date: June 21, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Frank R. Strong of Chapel Hill regarding appreciation for Hurst's contributions to a recent law teaching clinic.

Date: August 27 and September 9, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Hiram H. Lesar of Washington University regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate in a building dedication.

Date: August 31 and September 9, 1971

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Summary: vCorrespondence between Hurst and Professor Antonia H. Chayes of Tufts University regarding The Legal Processes.

Date: August 4 and 10, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Alan J. Marks of Plenum Publishing Corporation regarding the reprinting of Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: July 19 and 23, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James H. Smylie of the Journal of Presbyterian History regarding legal history advice.

Date: July 13 and 21, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Franklin Patterson of Hampshire College regarding the Assembly for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Date: July 12, 15, and 20, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ilmar Tammelo of the University of Sydney Law School regarding a testimonial volume to Julius Stone.

Date: July 7 and 15, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and a faculty member of the University of Edinburgh regarding collegue recommendations.

Date: July 5 and 14, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Franco Lombardi regarding academic opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: May 2 and 24, and June 20, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Wade Boardman regarding the gross estate values of Willard and Frances.

Date: June 15 and 29, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Wade Boardman regarding updates to the wills of Willard and Frances.

Date: May 24 and June, 2, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard Risk of the University of Toronto regarding Hurst's publications and on goings in Madison.

Date: May 6 and 14, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Bayless Manning of Stanford Law School regarding a recommendation for Robert Rabin.

Date: May 14, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James Graham regarding the legal writing program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Date: February 26, March 5, April 2, and May 13, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Governor Patrick J. Lucey of Wisconsin regarding the governor's comments on University faculty workload.

Date: March 29 and 30, and April 28, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Spencer Kimball of the University of Wisconsin regarding the tenure of Arlen Christenson.

Date: April 28, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Katz regarding a manuscript review.

Date: April 25, 1971

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Summary: Minutes from the School of Education Executive Committee meeting.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Allen J. Busby regarding a national constitutional convention and Hurst's opposition to a Senate resolution.
(includes full document descriptions)

Date: April 1 and 8, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Rubens Medina of the UW Law School regarding permission to use excerpt from one of Hurst's journal articles in some teaching materials.

Date: April 12 and 13, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Gerald Dunne of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis regarding one of Dunne's recent publications.

Date: April 15, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Franco Lombardi regarding legal history work.

Date: March 20, and April 8, 1971

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst, the Stanford Committee on Graduate Admissions, and Robert LaFollette Sucher regarding a reference for LaFollette.

Date: 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Katz of the University of Wisconsin regarding a manuscript review.

Date: March 29, 1971

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Summary: Copy of the Rotary News.

Date: March 20, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John H. Ely of Yale University regarding an article review.

Date: February 22 and March 10, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Robert H. Mundheim of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a recommendation for Warren Andersen.

Date: March 10, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James F. Mathias of the Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation regarding a recommendation for Stanley Kutler.

Date: December 11, 1970 and March 5, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ethel Bechtner of Little, Brown, & Company regarding an offer from the University of Chicago Press to create a paperback edition of The Growth of American Law.

Date: October 9 and 19, February 2, 11, and 22, and March 5, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and David A. Jones regarding advanced legal studies at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 21 and February 16, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor George Currie regarding a manuscript review.

Date: January 26, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Maurice Merrill of the University of Oklahoma regarding an essay review.

Date: February 10, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Marvin Anderson of Hastings College of Law regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate in a roundtable discussion.

Date: January 29 and February 8, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Glenn E. Carr of Harvard University regarding a recommendation for Richard Shapiro.

Date: January 27, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Mary C. Sengstock of Wayne State University regarding an essay on discrimination.

Date: January 26, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert G. Nathan regarding post graduate work in legal history.

Date: January 19 and January 26, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Douglas Ayer regarding an article on Thurman Arnold.

Date: November 19, 27, and December 7, 1970, and January 7 and 16, 1971

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Summary: Recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Miles McMillen of the Capital Times regarding seniority in the House of Representatives.

Date: January 16, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Peter Weil regarding a recommendation for Weil.

Date: December 30, 1970, and January 4, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Roderic V.O. Boggs of the Citizen's Committee regarding executive misconduct.
(Includes copy of the open letter to the president which appeared in the New York Times on Oct 29, 1972)

Date: December 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard M. Abrams of the University of California regarding readings relating to legal history.

Date: December 5, 1972, and January 15, 1973

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Summary: Petition to the House of Representatives opposing the Committee on Internal Security.

Date: December 26, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mrs. Ransford C. Pyle regarding employment options.

Date: December 13, 1972, and January 2, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ramon Eduardo Ruiz of the University of California regarding a recommendation for Harry Scheiber.

Date: December 18, 21, and 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stanton Wheeler regarding a recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

Date: December 14 and 18, 1972, and January 30, 1973

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for a past student.

Date: October 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Grace D. Shaw and Laurie Burt of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for Burt.

Date: December 12, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Merrill D. Peterson of the University of Virginia regarding a recommendation for Gordon Bakken.

Date: November 13 and 16, and December 1 and 6, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Max Hall of Harvard University regarding a publication by Raoul Berger.

Date: December 6 and 15, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union regarding a petition to the House of Representatives.

Date: December 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor R.C.B. Risk of the University of Toronto regarding a recommendation for Risk.

Date: December 13, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, H. McCredie, and R.B. Fisher of the University of Sydney regarding a recommendation for Ednid Campbell.

Date: November 22 and 29, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Leonard W. Levy regarding a recommendation for Levy.

Date: November 21 and 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Sue Ellen Harrison regarding community planning research.

Date: November 13 and 22, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor George E. Carter of the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse regarding an invitation for Hurst to speak at a meeting of the Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union.

Date: October 24, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Debra Lewinson regarding a request for Hurst to review the Letters of Louis Brandeis, Volume II.

Date: October 25, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Rodney Robertson of Little, Brown, & Company and Cynthia P. Richmond of Atheneum regarding a paperback reprint of The Growth of American Law.

Date: May 10 and 23, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor David Trubeck of Yale regarding an essay on Max Weber.

Date: November 9, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Consul General of the Italian General Consulate regarding Franco Lombardi's student status.

Date: November 8, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to the faculty of the University of Wisconsin from Dean George Bunn regarding the measurement of teaching loads.

Date: November 6, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Miguel A. Mendez of the California Rural Legal Assistance, and Glenn Carr of Howard University regarding a recommendation for Stephen D. Brown.

Date: October 31, and November 3, 8, and 7, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard C. B. Risk of the University of Toronto regarding legal history publications.

Date: October 23 and 26, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding comments on a research project on statues in Zambia.
(Includes copy of the proposal)

Date: October 24, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Charles Fairman regarding a text review.

Date: October 5, 11, and 18, 1972

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Summary: Petition from the Student Bar Association requesting that Hurst's legislation course become a requirement for admission to the State Bar of Wisconsin.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Marjorie Rombauer of the University of Washington regarding permission to reprint from The Growth of American Law.

Date: October 10, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and August G. Eckhardt of the University of Arizona regarding possible candidates for a deanship vacancy.

Date: October 4 and 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jean Sherwin regarding research on married women's property acts.

Date: October 7 and 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jerome Stone of Little, Brown, & Company regarding a shipment of casebooks for teaching.

Date: September 6, 11, 13, and 29, 1972

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and Rodney Robertson and Jerome Stone of Little, Brown, and Company regarding the stock of The Growth of American Law.

Date: 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Gerald Dunne regarding a past correspondence.

Date: October 6, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt of the University of Alabama regarding the principles and practices of tenure.

Date: September 29, and October 4 and 13, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harold J. Berman regarding a recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

Date: September 12, 15, and 30, and October 4 and 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Stanley Katz of the University of Chicago regarding the Editorial Advisory Board for Studies in Legal History.

Date: October 4 and 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Gordon regarding the topic of corruption.

Date: September and October 6, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Charlotte Kohler of the Virginia Quarterly Review regarding a request for an article submission.

Date: October 4 and 6, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Multhauf of the Smithsonian Institute regarding an invitation for Hurst to give a talk on "wood in natural resources management."

Date: October 2 and 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gordon Bakken of California State University regarding a conference outline.

Date: September 25 and October 1, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Philip S. Paludon of the University of Kansas regarding academic opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: September 8, 15, 26, and 28, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Leonard W. Levy regarding a text review.

Date: September 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert L. Sucher regarding a recommendation for Sucher.

Date: September 13 and 17, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lloyd Garrison regarding the establishment of a Dean Lloyd Garrison fund at the University of Wisconsin Law School.

Date: July 6, 1972

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Summary: Memorandum regarding directed research at the University of Wisconsin.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Gordon Bakken at California State University regarding a recommendation for Bakken.

Date: September 11 and 15, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harold P. Southerland of Florida State University regarding source materials for legal history.

Date: August 21 and September 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert Z. Apostol of Creighton University regarding materials for undergraduate law courses.

Date: August 2, and September 5 and 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to the faculty at the University of Wisconsin from Dean George Bunn regarding a questionnaire on faculty workload.

Date: September 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin regarding the Advisory Committee for the Wisconsin History Project.

Date: August 22, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt of the University of Alabama regarding tenure at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: July 6 and 13, and August 8, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Andrew L. Kaufman of Harvard regarding permission to reprint portions of Hurst's work.

Date: August 4 and 8, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John P. Morris of Alabama State University regarding the appointment of George Bunn as the new Dean at the University of Wisconsin's Law School.

Date: July 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Marc Galanter of the Law and Society Review regarding new changes for the Review.

Date: July 10, 1972

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Summary: Minutes taken from the meeting of the Business and Financial Committee regarding the distribution of bequests.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stephen F. Hutchinson of the University of Utah regarding Hurst's participation in the Utah Law Review Forum.

Date: July 5 and 13, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Consul General of Italy regarding Franco Lombardi's student status at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: July 12, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Boris Kozolchyk of the University of Arizona regarding an essay on Costa Rican development and the law.

Date: July 8, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Joesph McCarthy of the University of Washington regarding an offer for Hurst to accept the Walker-Ames Professorship in Seattle.

Date: May 26, and July 5 and 6, 1972

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Summary: Memorandum to the faculty at the University of Wisconsin Law School from Dean Spencer Kimball regarding research activity.

Date: June 29, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Paul Siskind of Boston University regarding a recommendation for Bob Seidman.

Date: June 26, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dori Lewis of Arno Press regarding Hurst's appointment to the Editorial Board for the American Legal History Collection.
(includes a draft introduction on American legal history)

Date: February 4, 1971, and June 18 and 22, 1971

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Russell D. Niles of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans regarding Hurst's re-election to the College of Electors.
(includes copy of Hall of Fame Constitution)

Date: June 9, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William H. Morris of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for William C. Lewis.

Date: June 5 and 8, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding Hurst's agreement to serve on the Ph D. committee.

Date: May 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to the faculty at the University of Wisconsin from Bill Whitford regarding a criminal defense fund.

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Summary: Correspondence to the faculty members at the University of Wisconsin from the U.S. Department of Justice regarding police misconduct during student demonstrations.
(includes rough draft of letter submitted to the Capital Times)

Date: May 16, 17, and 18, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Consul General of Italy regarding a recommendation for Franco Lombardi.

Date: May 24, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Paul Rodman of the California Institute of Technology regarding a recommendation for James E. Krier.

Date: April 25, 27, and May 17, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Dean of the University of Wisconsin Graduate School regarding a recommendation for Franco Lombardi.

Date: May 15, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mrs. Arthur Vogelsang regarding a relative's "declaration of allegiance."

Date: May 15, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George Corner of the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's appointment to the Committee on the Phillip's Prize.

Date: April 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Benjamin H. Glover regarding a patient-records program.

Date: May 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from David C. Hardesty of the Harvard Journal on Legislation regading a request for Hurst's participation in an upcoming project.

Date: April 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence Finkelstein regarding a recommendation for Dorothy Whitney.

Date: April 12, 17, and 25, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Micheal Glazier of Scholarly Resources Inc. regarding an endorsement from Hurst for "The Records and Briefs of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1832-1896."
(includes an advertisement for the text)

Date: April 10, 14, and 19

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George Squillacote of the National Labor Relations Board regarding a recommendation for Susanna S. Fodor.

Date: April 13 and 14, 1972

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Summary: Advisor's report on Franco Lombardi submitted by Hurst to the Institute of International Education.

Date: April 10, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Fran Thomas regarding a recommendation for Thomas.

Date: April 10, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence H. Fitzpatrick of the Wisconsin State Journal regarding a request to include Hurst in the Journal's biographies on professionals in Madison.

Date: March 28 and 30, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Franco Lombardi regarding appreciation for assistance.

Date: April 1, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor E.D. Duryea of the University of Buffalo regarding Hurst's use of Roman influence in The Legitimacy of the Business Corporation.

Date: March 8, 14, and 23, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Denis Killeen regarding a text review.

Date: March 7, 19, and 31, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Spencer Kimball of the University of Wisconsin regarding the Smongeski fellowship for 1972-1973.

Date: March 16, 1972

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Summary: Proposal rating for Lawrence Friedman.

Date: March 23, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Preble Stolz of the University of California regarding a manuscript review.

Date: March 6 and 9, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Norman Dorsen of New York University regarding busing amendments to the United States Constitution.
(includes a statement on the anti-busing amendments by Constitutional Lawyers and Law Professors)

Date: March 9 and 13, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert L. Rabin of the Stanford Law Review regarding the Law Review Recruitment Program.

Date: March 8, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Sidney H. Scheuer regarding an invitation for Hurst to join the National Committee for an effective Congress.

Date: March 7 and 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Richard A. Primuth regarding credits for student work on the Law Review.

Date: March 9, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the members of the Reginald Heber Smith Community Lawyer Fellowship Program regarding a recommendation for Susanna Fodor.

Date: November 24, 1971, and February 29, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert Sharlet regarding a paper on the Soviet Political System.

Date: February 24 and 28, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerald Carson regarding literature on the administrative process.

Date: February 28 and March 1, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Laurie Burt regarding a recommendation for Burt.

Date: February 23 and 28, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Michael Smith regarding permission to quote from "The Law in United States History."

Date: February 14 and 18, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Phil Neal of the University of Chicago regarding a recommendation for James Graham.

Date: February 4 and 7, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Harold M. Hollingsworth of Wright State University regarding a readings course covering Hurst's work.

Date: January 24, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Stanley Mosk regarding permission to quote from The Growth of American Law.

Date: January 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor I. William Zartman of New York University regarding a recommendation for Richard Randall.

Date: January 28 and February 3, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Benjamin F. Boyer of Hastings College of Law regarding a faculty appointment for Hurst at Hastings.

Date: January 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William Twining of Queen's University of Belfast regarding academic opportunities for foreign students.

Date: January 6 and 17, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Israel Shenker regarding a text review.

Date: January 7 and 11, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean William Foster, Jr. of the University of Wisconsin regarding the policy position of the research committee.

Date: January 12, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Russell Niles of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans regarding suggestions for New Electors.

Date: December 14, 1971, and January 7 and 11, 1972

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and Jan Laitos regarding Laitos's work and a letter of recommendation.

Date: 1971

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and President Joel P. Smith of Denison University regarding legal graduate student programs at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: January 10 and 11, 1972

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Summary: A series of correspondences and notes for a conversation with Attorney General Warren regarding funding for University faculty positions.

Date: December 24, 1971, January 6, 1971, and January 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor Nathan Feinsinger regarding faculty positions at the University.

Date: January 5, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding an essay review.

Date: January 6, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Martha J. Bablitch regarding comments on Hurst's legislation course.

Date: December 28, 1971, and January 3, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Louise F. Bibeof of the Dictionary of American History regarding a request for an article submission on treason trials.

Date: March 22 and 27, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Bill Whitford regarding a consumer manscript.

Date: February 20, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Katz regarding a manuscript review.

Date: February 10, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Seidman regarding comments on a market economy.

Date: May 24, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lloyd Garrison regarding personal anecdotes and current legal research.

Date: March 6, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Robert Kastenmeier of the House Office Building regarding executive impeachment and the nomination of Gerald Ford.

Date: October 23 and November 14, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard D. Keehn of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside regarding a text review on Wisconsin's general Bank Act.

Date: October 16 and 18, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Janet S. Harring of the State University of New York regarding recommendations for a legislation course.

Date: December 18 and 23, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert E. Hudec of the University of Minnesota regarding a recommendation for Wythe Holt.

Date: December 20 and 23, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation regarding a recommendation for Ivan L. Preston.

Date: November 26, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Vice Chancellor Irving Shain of the University of Wisconsin regarding the University of Wisconsin Press.
(Includes additional correspondences and a memorandum relating to the status of the Press)

Date: October 30, November 26 and 28, and December 6, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt regarding a compilation of essays on nineteenth century U.S. legal history.

Date: December 6 and 17, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Walter C. Weyracuh regarding a recommendation for Mr. Rassmussen.

Date: December 3, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Walter Mansfield of the U.S. Court of Appeals regarding the nomination of the American Bar Foundation Award for outstanding research in law and government.

Date: November 19, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Henry Allen Moe regarding nominations for the American Philosophical Society Phillip's Prize.

Date: November 14, 15, 19, and 21, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Sanford H. Kadish of the University of California-Berkeley regarding a text review.

Date: October 22 and November 1, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Daniel Dykstra of the University of California-Davis regarding a recommendation for Edgar Bodenheimer.

Date: November 15 and 20, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Alan F. Turner of Intext Educational Publishers regarding copyright procedures for The Legal Processes.

Date: November 1, 5, and 13, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard H. Keehn of the University of Wisconsin-Parkside regarding essay reviews.

Date: October 24 and November 5, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Professor Don W. Sears from Emeritus Professor Nathan Feinsinger of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for Tom Hurst.

Date: October 31, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Gaylord Nelson of the Senate Office Building regarding state abortion laws and Gerald Ford.

Date: October 3 and 25, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Willard and Frances Hurst to Honor Gaylord Nelson, Honor William Proxmire, and Honor Robert Kastenmeier regarding the appointment of a special prosecutor.

Date: October 25, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert Stevens of Stanford regarding a text review.

Date: October 8 and 16, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Henry Allen Moe regarding the Phillip's Prize nominees.

Date: October 9, 10, and 18, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Senator Bob Kastenmeier regarding the nomination of Gerald Ford.

Date: October 10, 1973

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Ivan Preston.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the First Wisconsin National Bank regarding a speech given by Hurst at the Rotary Club.

Date: October 2, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Catherine Henry regarding gratitude for a presentation given by Hurst.

Date: October 2, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Chapin D. Clark of the University of Oregon regarding a vacant deanship position.

Date: September 27 and October 1, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Gordon Bakken regarding a recommendation for Bakken.

Date: September 6, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard M. Abrams of the University of California-Berkeley regarding a vacant position for U.S. history.

Date: September 26 and 28, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Thomas Shaffer of Notre Dame Law School regarding permission to reprint from one of Hurst's articles.

Date: September 17 and 19, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean George Bunn of the University of Wisconsin Law School regarding the recruitment of an additional faculty member for the law department.

Date: September 13, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Attorney Nelson H. Wild regarding legal research.

Date: August 15, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Nelson H. Wild and Congressmen George Danielson regarding a probate code on voluntary and involuntary manslaughter.

Date: April 27 and 28, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt of the University of Alabama regarding current research problems in legal history.

Date: July 19, 25, and August 7, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Senator Sam Ervin regarding an investigation of the 1972 Presidential Election.

Date: July 30, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Donald J. McCarty of the University of Wisconsin School of Education regarding Hurst's membership on the School of Education Executive Committee.

Date: July 24, 1973

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Summary: Listing of School's utilizing The Growth of American Law for course instruction.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruce Kerr of Freedom Through Equality, Inc regarding paternity legislation.

Date: July 19 and 25, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Joseph H. Smith of Columbia University regarding an AALS meeting.

Date: June 28, and July 10 and 12, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Bronstein of the University of Chicago Law Review regarding a review of a volume on the Marshall Court.

Date: June 22 and 26, and July 9, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Roy A. Schotland of Georgetown University Law Center regarding a course prospectus.

Date: July 10 and 28, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Rick Smith of the Utah Law Forum regarding an invitation for Hurst to conduct a lecture series.

Date: July 12, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jonathan Lurie of Rutgers University regarding law school experiences.

Date: June 27 and July 3, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding the student status of Franco Lombardi.

Date: June 29, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and W.H. Cowley regarding corporations.

Date: June 8 and 26, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Herman Schwartz of the University of New York regarding a recommendation for Richard Shapiro.

Date: June 7 and 25, 1973

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Professor Samuel Mermin.

Date: June 25, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Stanley Katz of the University of Chicago regarding Katz's appreciation for the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Date: June 15 and 25, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Carl Auerbach.

Date: June 21 and 25, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Melvin G. Holli of the University of Illinois regarding a recommendation for John Teaford.

Date: May 9, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's reappointment to the Committee on the Phillip's Prize.

Date: April 26, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Robert Kastenmeier, Honor William Proxmire, and Honor Gaylord Nelson regarding legal services for the poor.

Date: April 12, 18, and 24, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Alexander D. Brooks of Rutgers regarding a recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

Date: April 27, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lawrence M. Friedman of Stanford Law regarding a text review.

Date: April 15 and 23, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard M. Abrams of the University of California regarding corporate history.

Date: January 31, February 9, and April 11, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Frederick W. Huszagh of the National Science Foundation regarding a proposal evaluation.

Date: March 14 and 23, and April 10, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John R. Schoonmaker of the Greater Lansing Legal Aid Bureau regarding a recommendation for Stephen Brown.

Date: April 4 and 6, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Chief Justice E. Harold Hallows of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin from Dean George Bunn of the University of Wisconsin and Dean Robert Boden of Marquette University regarding a proposal to require legislation courses for graduation.

Date: April 12, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George Kuehnl regarding a recommendation for Michael Reiter.

Date: March 28 and 29, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Edwin M. Epstein of the University of California regarding a research proposal on "The Legal Processes and Corporate Political Imperative."

Date: March 16 and 28, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Neal W. Allen of Union College regarding a vacant research associate position.

Date: March 8, 16, and 23, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Justin C. Smith of Hastings College regarding a possible faculty position for Hurst at Hastings.

Date: March 21 and 26, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor F. Reed Dickerson of Indiana University regarding a text review.

Date: March 15 and 19, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lawrence Friedman of Stanford regarding a recent publication and Franco Lombardi.

Date: March 16 and 19, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Lawrence Friedman regarding Franco Lombardi.

Date: March 15, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Jack G. Day regarding a recommendation for Jane Bloom.

Date: February 9 and March 12, 1973

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Summary: A detailed report of Hurst's daily research and teaching responsibilities under the Vilas Professorship.

Date: February-March, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor E.M. Epstein of the University of California Berkeley regarding a text review.

Date: February 26 and March 5, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gordon Bakken of the University of California regarding research on California Supreme Court cases.

Date: February 26 and March 2, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. A.B. Weaver of the University of Arizona regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve as dean at the University of Arizona.

Date: February 2, 9, and 13, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Maria Brito regarding a bibliography covering the sociology of law.

Date: February 19, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Franco Lombardi regarding research and academics.

Date: February 5 and 15, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard Downar of the American Council of Learned Societies regarding a recommendation for Professor Minna.

Date: February 7 and 10, 1973

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding Arthur Sutherland's manuscript.

Date: October 1972-February 1973

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Summary: Evaluation of transfer credits for Franco Lombardi.

Date: February 6, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Scott H. Bice of the University of California regarding a recommendation for David Trubeck.

Date: January 26 and February 5, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jerome Hall of Hastings College regarding the creation of a text on the college of law.

Date: January 24 and 26, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Dean Carl Auerbach of the University of Minnesota to John M. Pickering of Intext Educational Publishing regarding copyrights.

Date: January 23, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Carl Auerbach of the University of Minnesota regarding a course on legal processes and copyright conflicts.

Date: January 24, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Ivan L. Preston of the University of Wisconsin School of Journalism regarding a manuscript review.

Date: January 3, 5, and 20, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Gordon Bakken of California State University regarding a review of Bakken's paper on legal tender.

Date: December 5, 13, and 20, 1973, and January 3 and 15, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Michael Lacey of the Woodrow Wilson International Center regarding a recommendation for Jaro Mayda.

Date: February 6 and 10, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, William Johnson, and Mort Sosna of the National Endowment for the Humanities regarding a recommendation for Johnson and a proposal focusing on legal education in Wisconsin.

Date: December 9 and 16, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to David McGiffert of Covington & Burling regarding a recommendation for Karen Ward.

Date: December 20, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor William Proxmire regarding the closing of an Amtrak service line.

Date: December 5, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Paul D. Carrington of the University of Michigan regarding a faculty vacancy.

Date: December 3, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William Johnson regarding Johnson's project on Wisconsin legal education.
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Date: October 9 and 16, November 20, and December 2, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Tolan of the Institute of Policy Sciences and Public Affairs regarding a past National Endowment for the Humanities seminar.

Date: November 23 and December 2, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Michal R. Belknap regarding a recommendation for Belknap.

Date: November 22 and 25, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor David Fellman regarding a recommendation for Morris Rubin.

Date: November 19, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Adrienne de Vergie regarding a series of Holmes lectures.

Date: November 12 and 18, 1974

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Summary: Three slightly different statements of recommendation for Mark Tushnet.

Date: September 4 and November 18, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Frances and Willard Hurst to the Interstate Commerce Commission regarding opposition to the abandonment of railroad track in Wisconsin.

Date: November 16, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jack Dewitt regarding faculty research opportunities.

Date: November 6, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to University of Wisconsin Law Faculty regarding university research committee policies.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and George W. Corner of the American Philosophical Society regarding at a text review.

Date: October 29 and August 7, 27, and 30, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Joan Krager of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding a review of "The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution."

Date: October 11, 14, and 15, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Donald Fouser regarding a television program on Supreme Court decisions.

Date: October 8 and 15, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to William C. Lewis regarding a text review.

Date: October 14, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard I. Aaron of the University of Utah regarding a deanship vacancy.

Date: October 7 and 11, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ann Devenish regarding graduate history departments.

Date: September 26 and 30, and October 2 and 3, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lester G. Lindley of Union College regarding legal history research.

Date: September 9 and 13, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Leon Jaworski of the U.S. Department of Justice and President Gerald Ford of the United States of America regarding the pardon of Richard Nixon.

Date: September 10, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Mr. Gifford regarding the removal of a tree from a joint property line.

Date: September 4, and July 8 and 15, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Fred Konefsky of the American Journal of Legal History regarding a text publication.

Date: August 30, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Andrew L. Kaufman of Harvard regarding permission to utilize portions of The Growth of American Law for a legal course.

Date: July 24 and 29, and August 2 and 29, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Walter Gellhorn of Columbia University regarding a program sponsored by the American Bar Association.

Date: August 27 and 30, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Howard W. Mead of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin regarding the advisory committee for the Wisconsin History Project.

Date: August 27, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Oscar Kraines regarding permission to quote Hurst for a book review.

Date: August 1, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Julian MacDonald regarding a recommendation for John Frank.

Date: July 19, 1974

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Summary: Royalty report from the University of Press of Virginia regarding "The Legitimacy of the Business Corporation."

Date: July 1973-June 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Nelson for Senate Committee regarding a campaign contribution.

Date: August 14 and 26, 1974

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Summary: Royalty statement from Chandler Publishing regarding Legal Processes.

Date: June 1973-May 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Herbert E. Gallego regarding essays covering Hurst's work in the field of legal history.

Date: August 19, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ernest E. Bryen regarding the work of Chief Justice Warren.

Date: July 11 and 25, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Edward Carl Schmidt regarding a request for copies of one of Hurst's essays.

Date: July 9, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Alan Bible and Honor John L. McClellan of the Senate Office Building regarding funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Date: July 16 and 22, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Richard Danzy of Stanford Law regarding a text review.

Date: July 16, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Oscar Kraines regarding a book on Ernst Freund.

Date: July 18, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Anthony Amsterdam of Stanford regarding a Holmes lecture.

Date: July 18, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerald Fetner of the National Endowment for the Humanities regarding a dissertation review.

Date: June 21 and July 12, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. Herbst regarding a text review.

Date: July 29, 1973

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Mark Tushnet regarding a Holmes research project.

Date: July 3, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lloyd Garrison regarding personal anecdotes and professional on goings.

Date: June 21, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Fish & Schulkamp regarding a policy renewal.

Date: June 24, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to the members of the Triennial Book Award Committee from the Order of the Coif regarding committee membership.

Date: June 18, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Robert Kastenmeier of the House Office Building regarding a recommendation for a bill of impeachment.

Date: June 6 and 13, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Judge John M. Reynolds regarding a speech Hurst gave on Watergate.

Date: June 10, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Gerald Leedom of the Michigan Law Review regarding the publication of a new volume on Oliver Wendell Holmes.

Date: June 6, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Johnson of the American Society for Legal History regarding the Editorial Advisory Board for Studies in Legal History.

Date: June 3 and 6, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Lloyd Garrison regarding recent publications and Nixon's impeachment.

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst and the University Committee regarding the proposed faculty code of Ethics.

Date: May 20, 28, and 30

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Emil Steck regarding a seminar under Hurst's instruction.

Date: May 27, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dr. Per Stjernquist of Lund's University regarding a text review.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Edwin M. Epstein of the University of California regarding an invitation for Hurst to give a conference presentation.

Date: May 20 and 30, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lawrence Bugge of the Milwaukee Bar Association and Wayne E. Babler of Quarles & Brady regarding Hurst's presentation on "The Interplay of Law and American History."

Date: May 28, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Judge Luther Swygert of the U.S. Court of Appeals regarding Hurst's presentation on "The Interplay of Law and American History."

Date: May 24, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Senator Fred A. Risser of the Wisconsin Legislature regarding Hurst's opposition to Assembly Bill 547.

Date: May 23, 1974

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Summary: Complete copy of the faculty code of ethics for the University of Wisconsin system.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William H. Morris of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Jan Laitos.

Date: May 17 and 23, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Raymond J. Murphy of Wayne State University regarding legal education.

Date: May 3, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Erwin N. Griswold regarding a recommendation for Robert Atwell.

Date: May 3, 7, and 13, 1974

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Summary: Record of services performed for Hurst at Madison General Hospital.

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Summary: A series of correspondences between Hurst, Eugene Tobin, Dean Orrin Helstad of the University of Wisconsin regarding a manuscript review.

Date: February-April, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence Kallen of Hertz and Kallen regarding syllabus recommendations.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from George Corner of the American Philosophical Society regarding Hurst's reappointment to the Committee on the Phillip's Prize.

Date: April 25, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Epstein of the University of California-Berkeley regarding an essay review.

Date: April 26, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Edwin Epstein of the University of California-Berkeley regarding a conference invitation.

Date: April 19 and 23, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stephen B. Presser of Wilmer, Cutler, & Pickering regarding a review essay on Lawrence Friedman's, "A History of American Law."

Date: April 17 and 23, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Joseph R. Julin of the University of Florida regarding a recommendation for Scott Van Alstyne.

Date: March 18, 19, and 25, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert Seidman of the University of Aambia and Professor William B. Harvey of Boston University regarding a text review.

Date: January 17 and 27, and March 20, 21, and 26, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Spencer Kimball of the American Bar Foundation regarding the Bar Association's activities.

Date: March 18 and 20, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harry Goett regarding Hurst's article, "Watergate: Some Basic Issues."

Date: March 13 and 19, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of the American Bar Foundation and Sam Mermin regarding a recommendation for Mermin.

Date: February 22 and 26, and March 4 and 6, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stephen Graubard of Daedalus regarding an invitation for Hurst to contribute a piece on American higher education.

Date: February 19, and March 7 and 13, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert Meserve regarding Hurst's presentation to the meeting of the American Bar Association Foundation Fellows.

Date: March 7, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin regarding a taxation conference.

Date: March 13, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Alan Stevenson regarding a request for Hurst to submit a piece on investment trends.

Date: March 8, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Don Beran of the Department of Health and Social Services regarding a transcript of conference remarks.

Date: March 4, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Thomas Hornig regarding Hurst's courses and a contemporary case.

Date: March 1, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Jurgen Herbst of the University of Wisconsin regarding a text review.

Date: February 20 and 26, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Senator's William A. Bablitch and Fred A. Risser regarding opposition to a proposed assembly bill.

Date: February 21 and 22, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stewart Macaulay of the University of Wisconsin Law School regarding a tenured position for Professor Neil Komesar.

Date: January 31, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Virginia Faulkner of the University of Nebraska Press regarding The Legal History of Money.

Date: January 16 and 25, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joan Krager of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding Hurst's comments on an upcoming publication.

Date: January 18, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Sanford H. Kadish of the University of California-Berkeley regarding a recommendation for Pauline Tesler.

Date: January 18 and 21, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Joel Grossman of the University of Wisconsin regarding a proposal review.

Date: January 18, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Glenn Coates regarding discrimination against women in the bar association.

Date: January 14 and 15, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dennis R. Nolan regarding graduate study and teaching careers in law.

Date: January 11 and 15, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Kenneth L. Penegar of the University of Tennesse regarding a visiting professorship offer.

Date: January 9 and 14, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt of the University of Alabama regarding a text review.

Date: January 3 and 9, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hortwitz regarding a book review.

Date: January 7, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harry S. Ashmore regarding a book review.

Date: January 2, 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Douglass Farnsley regarding opportunities in legal history.

Date: December 15 and 18, 1975, and January 3, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger regarding the history of the fourteenth amendment.

Date: December 8 and 12, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Arthur S. Miller of George Washington University regarding a text review.
(Includes fully copy of Miller's draft entitled "For Purposes of the State: Machiavellianism and the American Constitution.")

Date: December 8, 15, and 20, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Zigurds L. Zile of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for Mark Tushnet.

Date: December 15, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Marvin E. Frankel of the United States District Court regarding a request for Hurst's participation in an upcoming project.

Date: December 12, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Louise Bilebof Ketz of the Dictionary of American History regarding submissions made by Hurst to the dictionary.

Date: December 9 and 12, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Douglass G. Boshkoff of Indiana University regarding a recommendation for Reed Dickerson.

Date: December 8 and 10, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William H. Morris of the National Conference of Bar Examiners regarding a recommendation for Karen Ward.

Date: December 5 and 8, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Ingber of the University of Florida regarding an essay review.

Date: December 5, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Horace Wilkie regarding a review of Wilkie's paper on the lawyer-legislature-judge.

Date: December 4, 1975

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Summary: X-ray report from the Madison Department of Public Health.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Chancellor Edwin Young of the University of Wisconsin regarding the 1976 American Presidency Seminars.

Date: November 25, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Fairfax Leary regarding a recommendation for Richard Shapiro and the Commission on Electronic Fund Transfers.

Date: December 2, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of the American Bar Foundation regarding a recommendation for Bob Skilton.

Date: September 29 and November 17 and 21, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor J.P. McAuslan of the University of Warwick regarding a visiting professorship offer.

Date: November 11 and 20, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Alasdair MacIntyre of Boston University regarding an offer for Hurst to fill Boston's Maxwell Chair of Law and Public Policy.

Date: November 13 and 19, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Edward Levi of the Department of Justice regarding comments on a bill relating to national defense information.

Date: October 31, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas A. Churchill regarding a recommendation for John Zwieg.

Date: October 13 and 15, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William A. Hachten of the University of Wisconsin regarding questions relating to legal history work.

Date: September 16 and October 13, 1975

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding a recommendation for Dean Robert Wright of the University of Oklahoma.

Date: September 22, and October 1, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor William E. Nelson of the University of Pennsylvania regarding a text review.

Date: August 18, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Marion Brown Legal Defense Fund regarding charges brought against Professor Marion R. Brown.

Date: September 29, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Peter B. Golden regarding a recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

Date: September 17 and 26, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Charles A. Heckman of Western New England College regarding educational opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.

Date: September 19 and 23, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William A. Hachten of the University of Wisconsin regarding questions for a preliminary PH.D. exam.

Date: September 15 and 16, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to The New York Times regarding Hurst's newspaper subscription.

Date: September 9, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding University Research Committee Policies.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John B. Oakley of the University of California-Davis regarding information on Hurst's legislation course.

Date: September 2 and 5, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Howard W. Mead of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's reappointment to the Advisory Committee for the Wisconsin History Project.

Date: August 20, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger regarding new publications and personal anecdotes.

Date: August 21 and 27, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Wallace Mendelson of the University of Texas-Austin regarding an essay review on "Judicial Activism."

Date: May 20, 1975

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Summary: Copy of a biographical essay on Felix Frankfurter by Joseph P. Lash.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Kenneth L. Penegar of the University of Tennessee regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate in a distinguished lecture series.

Date: August 6 and 13, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Tripp Widder regarding suggestions for a research project on lobbyists and trade associations.

Date: August 4 and 11, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ronald S. Berman regarding a Jefferson Lecturer nominee.

Date: July 18, 21, and 30, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Marguerite Hulbert of the Council for International Exchange of Scholars regarding a recommendation for Professor Betty N. MacDonald.

Date: July 28 and 31, and August 4, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Joel M. Fisher of Southwest University School of Law regarding Hurst's Legislation course.

Date: July 15 and 22, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John Hagemann of the University of South Dakota regarding Hurst's legal history course.

Date: July 21, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from William B. Johnson regarding a research project relating to legal history.

Date: July 18, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jane Biddinger Pauli of Little, Brown, & Company regarding a text review.

Date: July 9, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jane Pauli of Little, Brown, & Company regarding Hurst's comments on Professor Dickerson's text.

Date: June 25 and July 7, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to William F. Thompson of the State Historical Society regarding a manuscript review.

Date: June 24, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Julian Mac Donald of the National Endowment of the Humanities regarding a grant.

Date: June 16, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Louis A. Maier of the Milwaukee Bar Association regarding a past presentation given by Hurst.

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Professor Lawrence Friedman.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harry N. Scheiber of the University of California-San Diego regarding a recommendation for Scheiber.

Date: October 12 and 17, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Paolo Grossi regarding an invitation for Hurst to contribute to a volume.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Theodore S. Hamerow of the University of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's appointment to a full professorship position at the University of Wisconsin's History Department.

Date: May 28 and June 3, 1975

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Professor Stanley Kutler.

Date: June 3, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Samuel Mermin of the University of Wisconsin, and Thomas Crowell Publishing regarding Legal Processes.

Date: April 17 and May 28, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Joseph R. Julin of the University of Wisconsin regarding a recommendation for Paul Julin.

Date: May 20, 23, and 28, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Dean George Bunn of the University of Wisconsin to R.J. Wendoff of the Employer's Insurance Company of Wausau regarding an annual S. Weitzer Law Research Fellowship.

Date: April 10, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Franco Lombardi regarding a past seminar.

Date: March 24, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Arthur R. Hogue of the American Society for Legal History regarding the publication of Studies in Legal History.

Date: March 31, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Richard D. Schwartz of the University of New York regarding a research colloquium.

Date: March 19, 1975

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Jonathan Lurie.

Date: March 20, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Henry Dorman and Honor Fred Risser of the Wisconsin State Senate regarding funding for the publications program at the Wisconsin State Historical Society.

Date: February 6 and 10, and March 19, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John M. Flackett of Boston College Law School regarding Hurst's Modern Legal History Course.

Date: March 6 and 14, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jurgen Herbst of the University of Wisconsin regarding a manuscript review.

Date: March 11, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John A. Garraty regarding a request for Hurst to work on a biography of Charles Warren.

Date: March 4 and 7, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Lindsey Cowen of Case Western Reserve University regarding an offer for Hurst to serve as an outside consultant for legal curriculum.

Date: March 4 and 6, 1975

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Summary: A copy of Hurst's comments on a text relating to legislation and adjudication.

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding a recommendation for Joseph R. Hollingsworth.

Date: February 1975, and November 1974

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Franco Lombardi regarding Lombardi's new professional appointment and research in the field of legal history.

Date: February 5 and 10, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Governor Patrick Lucey of Wisconsin regarding funding for the Department of Natural Resources for the purposes of land acquisition on the shores of Lake Mendota.

Date: January 26, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Raoul Berger regarding a text review.

Date: January 10, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Lawrence Friedman of Stanford regarding at text review on California counties and their respective court systems.

Date: January 13, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Wythe Holt of the University of Alabama and James Sabin of Greenwood Press regarding a collection of articles on legal history.

Date: February 4 and 7, 1975

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Earl Pomeroy of the University of California-San Diego regarding a recommendation for Harry Scheiber.

Date: December 6 and 10, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hal Lipman of the League of Women Voters Education Fund regarding a text review.

Date: December 21, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Spencer Kimball of the American Bar Foundation regarding a history volume on the Penn Central bankruptcy.

Date: September 17, and December 3, 9, 10, and 15, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Gaylord Nelson of the Senate Office Building regarding a recommendation for Professor Stanley Kutler.

Date: December 3 and 7, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Kendall Birr of the University of New York regarding a recommendation for Stanley Kutler.

Date: November 30 and December 3, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lawrence Friedman regarding a text review.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Paul M. Kertz of the University of Georgia regarding an essay reprint.

Date: November 24 and December 8, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William F. Swindler of Marshall-Wythe School of Law regarding a planning meeting for a text on American legal thought.

Date: July 7 and 26, November 29, and December 1, 1976

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Gordon Bakken.

Date: November 29, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Janet Lindgren of the State University of New York regarding an essay review.

Date: November 21, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Dennis R. Nolan of the University of South Carolina regarding an essay on the Maryland bar.

Date: November 9 and 18, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Emily Mueller of Women and the Law regarding Hurst's contributions to the eighth annual conference.

Date: November 13, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Janet Lindgren of the State University of New York regarding a statement of recommendation for Lindgren.

Date: November 4 and 8, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Lawrence Friedman of Stanford regarding an essay for the Legal History Review.

Date: November 8, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Glenn H. Hartley regarding a Supreme Court Appeal.

Date: November 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the Yale University Press regarding permission to quote Hurst for a book review.

Date: October 22, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Toshihiko Ito of the University of Nagaya, Japan regarding a research position at the University of Wisconsin.

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Mark Tushnet regarding a review of Lawrence Friedman's work.

Date: October 26, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Spencer Kimball regarding an essay review.

Date: October 11, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor William R. Johnson of the University of Maryland regarding a text review of legal education and professions in Wisconsin.

Date: September 2, 13, and 20, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Ruth Wright and Joel Handler regarding a revised L.L.M./S.J.D. application form.

Date: October 6, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences regarding a membership nomination for Robert W. Fleming.

Date: October 20, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Henry G. Manne of the University of Miami regarding an article review.

Date: September 27, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Tom Heller regarding an essay review on normative decision making.

Date: September 25, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the University of Chicago Press regarding permission to reprint.

Date: September 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Michael K. Childs regarding research opportunities in legal history.

Date: September 17 and 22, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert Finke regarding alternative exam options for Hurst's legal history course.

Date: September 20 and 21, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Congressman Robert W. Kastenmeier regarding the Civil Rights Attorney's Fees Awards Act of 1976.

Date: September 7, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Hans Linde of the University of Oregon regarding a reprint of a Holmes Devise lectures.

Date: September 8, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Robert Mangabeira Unger of Harvard Law regarding an essay review.

Date: August 12 and September 2, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Robert Kastenmeier regarding the Civil Rights Attorney's Fees Awards Act of 1976.

Date: August 24 and 26, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Koichiro Fujikura regarding a professional appointment and research.

Date: August 21, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Herbert Brownell of the National Study Commission on Records regarding personal files of Supreme Court Justices.

Date: August 11 and 16, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Harry Jones regarding the 1976 Triennial Book Award of the Order of the Coif.

Date: August 4 and 9, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dianne M. Smith of the American Academy of Judicial Education regarding the development of curriculum focusing on humanities and the law.

Date: July 1 and 7, 1976

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Summary: Complete copy of a booklet of "The American Academy of Judicial Education."

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Professor Harry Scheiber of the University of Wisconsin, and Shirley Otto of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding permission to reprint from Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: June 23 and 25, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence Silver regarding suggestions for a course in legislation.

Date: June 18 and 25, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Lawrence Friedman of Stanford regarding permission to reprint from Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: June 9, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Spencer Kimball regarding Kimball's writing and research.

Date: June 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Joseph E. Black of the Rockefeller Foundation regarding Hurst's work under the Rockefeller Foundation and Professor Spencer Kimball's accomplishments.

Date: May 5 and June 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard McKenzie of Appalachian State University regarding permission to reprint.

Date: May 13 and June 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor James B. Atleson of the University of New York regarding a recommendation for Professor Robert W. Gordon.

Date: May 17 and 26, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Hal Lippman of the League of Women Voters Fund regarding a text review.

Date: May 25, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Harold P. Southerland of Florida State University regarding an essay review.

Date: May 13, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from President Jack R. Dewitt of the State Bar of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's participation in Law Day.

Date: May 6, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richmond W. Williams of the Regional Economic History Center regarding research opportunities.

Date: April 29 and May 6, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to John P. Frank from Walter B. Raushenbush regarding admission to the University of Wisconsin Law Program.

Date: May 3, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Robert Kastenmeier and Honor Edward Levi of the U.S. Department of Justice regarding the use of electronic surveillance to obtain foreign information.

Date: April 20 and 28, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Henry Bourguigon of the University of Toledo regarding legal history instruction.

Date: April 26, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Horace Wilkie of the Wisconsin Supreme Court regarding the Green Bay Packaging opinion.

Date: April 13, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Department of History at the University of New York, Albany regarding a recommendation for Stanley Kutler.

Date: April 5 and 8, 1976

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Lawrence Hoffman.

Date: April 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to John P. Frank regarding a recommendation for Walter Raushenbush.

Date: March 30, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and P. Simpson of Flinders University of South Australia regarding research in legislation.

Date: March 3 and 29, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Howard M. Herriot regarding past classes taught under Hurst's instruction.

Date: March 22, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Stephen B. Presser regarding an essay review on colonial history.

Date: March 1 and 17, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Don Olson regarding an essay review and trends in legal scholarship.

Date: March 10 and 16, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dr. Terry Grandfest of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans regarding Hurst's reappointment and a summary of rules governing elections.

Date: March 5, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Walter Ray Phillips of the University of Georgia regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve as a Sibley Lecturer.

Date: February 16 and 23, and March 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Grant Barnes regarding a paper on legal theories and social change.

Date: March 1, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from David Balders of the National Science Foundation regarding research proposals.

Date: February 19, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and President John L. Silber of Boston University regarding a deanship vacancy.

Date: February 12 and 19, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Roger Newman regarding a text review.

Date: February 12, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding a reading list for a legal history course.

Date: February 4, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dr. Jerry Grandfest of the Hall of Fame for Great Americans regarding the elector's board.

Date: January 13, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bruce Kuklick of American Quarterly regarding a manuscript review.

Date: December 12 and 18, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Claude Simpson regarding a recommendation for John Reid.

Date: January 7 and 13, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jonathan Benthall of the Royal Anthropological Institute regarding the development of anthropology in law.

Date: December 20 and 27, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor James R. Mann of the House of Representatives regarding a request for Hurst to review the treason provisions of two house bills.

Date: December 1 and 15, 1977

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Summary: Statement explaining Hurst's workload under the Vilas professorship.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James B. Rhoads of the National Archives regarding a conference invitation.

Date: December 15 and 23, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mr. Neil regarding a travel grant proposal.

Date: December 13, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Donald Barthrong of Purdue University regarding a recommendation for John Teaford.

Date: September 9 and 16, 1977; December 9, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at Columbia University regarding research on the role of the institutional investor.

Date: December 8, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jean Hanson of the Wisconsin Law Review regarding dedicatory comments for retired Professor Robert Skilton.
(includes copy of Hurst's dedication)

Date: June 22, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor David Trubeck regarding a text review.

Date: October 3, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding the law school's involvement with extension and continuing legal education.

Date: December 8, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lawrence Silver of Southwestern University regarding materials for a legislation course.

Date: November 29, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding student recommendations.

Date: December 20, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor John Phillip Reid of New York University regarding writing endeavors.

Date: November 29, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Saul Touster regarding a National Endowment for the Humanities grant for research on Holmes.

Date: November 25, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Norman L. Cantor of Rutgers regarding a recommendation for Robert Heidt.

Date: November 17 and 21, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Philippa Strum of Brooklyn College regarding Justice Brandeis' political and legal philosophy.

Date: November 15 and 18, 1977

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Marc Galanter.

Date: November 17, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Robert Kingdom of the Institute for Research in the Humanities regarding a recommendation for Professor Jurgen Herbst.

Date: October 13, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from the American Law Institute regarding Hurst's contributions to the Lincolnshire Symposium on the structure and governance of corporations.

Date: November 4, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John P. Frank regarding law office management and instruction.

Date: October 25, 1977; November 3, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Abraham Saver of Columbia regarding a text review.

Date: October 2, 6, and 19, 1977; November 2, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Milton P. Kroll of the American Law Institute regarding the Lincolnshire Corporate Governance Symposium.

Date: October 26, 1977

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Summary: Dedicatory to past dean at the University of Wisconsin Law School.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Delloy J. Guth regarding an essay on legal and constitutional history.

Date: October 12, 1977; December 12, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Herbert Hill regarding an essay reprint.

Date: October 3, 1977

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Summary: Memorandum to Joel Handler from George Young regarding a reading committee.

Date: September 27, 1977; October 3, 1977

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for John P. Reid.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger regarding constitutional law and current research.

Date: March 18, 21, and 30, 1977; April 9, 18, and 27, 1977; June 20, 1977; July 28, 1977; September 26, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Morie McFarlan of the Committee on Continuing Legal Education regarding Hurst's travel arrangements for the Lincolnshire meeting.

Date: September 30, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Maynard Toll regarding a vacant director's position for the American Bar Foundation.

Date: September 12 and 28, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Leslie Adams of Gryphon Editions, LTD regarding an invitation for Hurst to join an editorial advisory board.

Date: September 18 and 23, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Karen McLease regarding a reprint of Law and Economic Growth.

Date: September 9 and 14, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Harry Lambeth regarding 1878 legal practices.

Date: August 19, 29, and 30, 1977; September 7, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Honor William A. Bablitch of the Wisconsin State Senate regarding a privacy bill.

Date: September 7, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lawrence Silver of Southwest University regarding materials for a legislation course.

Date: July 26, 1977; August 2, 17, and 29, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John J. Kirchen of Marquette University regarding the Wisconsin Law Review.

Date: August 31, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Joel Handler from Hurst regarding a recommendation for Domingo Sanchez.

Date: August 30, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Morton Horwitz of Harvard Law regarding an essay on Henry George.

Date: August 10, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Tony Freyer of the University of Arkansas regarding Louis Brandeis and the Erie case.

Date: August 5 and 8, 1977

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Summary: Photocopy of a correspondence from Hurst to Justice Louis Brandeis regarding a Chicago job offer.

Date: May 19, 1938

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. John E. Sawyer of the Andrew Melon Foundation regarding the growth of the University of Wisconsin's campus.

Date: August 2 and 8, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Steven Cohen regarding a current legal case.

Date: August 4, 1977

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Summary: Permission to reprint from the University of Connecticut.

Date: July 22, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Thomas T. Sweeney regarding undergraduate legal studies.

Date: June 30, 1977; July 14, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Daniel C. Marson regarding Hurst's legislation course.

Date: July 4, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John P. Reid of New York University regarding an essay review.

Date: July 5, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Diane C. Sherman regarding Hurst's legal history and legislation courses.

Date: June 2, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Saul Touster, and the National Endowment for the Humanities regarding a recommendation for Touster.

Date: November 15, 1976; December 13 and 21, 1976; January 10, 1977; March 22, 1977; May 31, 1977; June 3, 1977

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Summary: Copy of Saul Touster's application for independent study and research under the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Date: May 25, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Ernest Gellhorn of Arizona State University regarding a recommendation for Bill Foster.

Date: May 24 and 27, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mark Sosterich of the Wisconsin Law Review and Professor David Bryden of the University of Minnesota regarding an essay publication.

Date: May 27, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst regarding an essay on the policy history of public education.

Date: May 26, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. William J. Bennett of the National Humanities Center regarding recent essay publications.

Date: May 12 and 20, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Joseph H. Willits regarding Hurst's recent publications and work under the Rockefeller Foundation.

Date: April 25, 1977; May 2 and 16, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Carl Auerbach of the University of Minnesota regarding Hurst's spring teaching plans.

Date: May 16, 1977

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Summary: Hurst's defense of Professor Hertzberg's monograph about the legal history of the Wisconsin Menominee tribe.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Hon. William A. Bablitch regarding Hurst's thoughts on a privacy bill.

Date: May 3 and 12, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert Bouchard regarding Bouchard's desire to study legal history at Wisconsin.

Date: April 29, 1977; May 3, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William R. Johnson of the University of Maryland regarding Hurst's comments on Johnson's work on legal education and the legal profession.

Date: February 7 and 14, 1977; April 5, 12, 22, and 27, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Gil Fuchs and Betsy Stampe, student representatives on the UW Law School Tenure Committee regarding Hurst's report on tenure.

Date: April 26, 1977; May 2, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joseph R. Thome regarding a talk by Professor Eugenio Velasco, a Chilean lawyer.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Mark Tushnet regarding the proposed Mathias-Brooke bill concerning section 5 of the 14th Amendment.

Date: April 20 and 27, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Aaron Lemonick concerning the potential appointment of Stanley N. Katz to Professor in the Department of History at Princeton University.

Date: April 14, 19, and 25, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and James H. Blessing of the National Endowment for the Humanities regarding a possible fellowship.

Date: March 25, 1977; April 5, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Betty Zirnite requesting Hurst's permission to use a quotation from one of his books in Raoul Berger's forthcoming book, Government by the Judiciary.

Date: April 13, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor William C. Whitford complimenting Steve Herzberg's work on Menominee Indians and recommending him for tenure.

Date: March 30, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Steven Chafee suggesting Joel P. Smith to the search committee's list of potential law faculty.

Date: April 15, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Leon Lipson commenting on a report by the Law and Social Science Committee. Specifically, the item "Lawyers in American Society."

Date: March 4 and 31, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jurgen Herbst concerning Herbst's work on power in institutions, specifically college.

Date: March 6, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst supporting John Robertson's desire to do research on the ethics on human research.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Alfred S. Konefsky concerning Konefsky's review of Bloomfield's American Lawyers.

Date: March 28, 1977; April 1, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Lawrence Silver regarding Silver's course materials for his legislation course and the Caminetti case.

Date: March 8, 11, 14, and 22, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Martha J. Bablitch concerning Bablitch's Appellants' Reply Brief and legislative history.

Date: March 2 and 11, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jorge Luis Fuentes concerning a comment Hurst made in class about the lack of participation from women in the discussion.

Date: March 11, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst to Antoinette N. Hetzler concerning a request of Hurst to contribute to Hetzler's book about Dr. Per Stjernquist.

Date: February 20, 1977; March 2, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Robert B. McKay concerning Hurst's disagreement with the focus of the Prolegomena for a Project ("Main Currents in American Legal Thought").

Date: February 4, 10, and 23, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Willard H. Pedrick concerning Pedrick's inquiry into imposing a senior paper requirement.

Date: February 18 and 23, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John Shy regarding the University of Michigan's search for a specialist in Constitutional History.

Date: January 25, 1977; February 4, 10, and 16, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Arthur DeBardeleben concerning the abilities of Vice Chancellor Heyman.

Date: February 22, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Roy E. Dennington concerning Herman Goldstein's book, Policing a Free Society.

Date: February 16 and 21, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Jane C. Johnson concerning Hurst's review of Douglas A. Klegon's "Lawyers and the Social Structure" for the University of Wisconsin Press.

Date: February 18 and 21, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Jaroslawa Zelinsky Johnson to Professor Richard Z. Kabaker informing Kabaker that the Wisconsin Law Review would not publish his article about marital deductions.

Date: February 17, 1977

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Summary: A recommendation for Stan Kutler from Hurst to the Center for ??? Studies.

Date: February 17, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to James M. Graham regarding a document on the process of appointment to federal regulatory agencies.

Date: February 14, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Verner C. Bickley of the East-West Center concerning a seminar entitled "Problems of Law and Society: Asia, the Pacific, and the United States."

Date: February 7 and 11, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Richard L. Abel concerning possible NSF funding for literature surveys in legal sub-fields.

Date: December 3, 1976; February 10, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Gerald Fetner regarding a concept paper outlining an ABA-sponsored undergraduate program in the law.

Date: February 4, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Francis X. Beytagh requesting Hurst visits the University of Toledo and gives an informal discussion.

Date: February 2, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Francis V. Ellis concerning possible quotations for a memorial for the Winnebago County Bar Foundation.

Date: January 26 and 28, 1977; February 1, 1977

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Summary: Recommendation written by Hurst for Mr. Bakken.

Date: January 24, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harold Leventhal regarding two opinions Leventhal wrote (AT&T case and the Ramsey Clark case).

Date: January 26, 1977

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Summary: Thank you note from Lawrence M. Friedman regarding the Coif Award.

Date: January 17, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Ellen A. Peters regarding the potential appointment of William E. Nelson to tenured professor at Yale Law School.

Date: October 20 and 22, 1976; November 23, 1976; January 19, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger as well as Aida DiPace Donald of Harvard University Press concerning Hurst's review of Berger's manuscript, The Fourteenth Amendment.

Date: November 18, 1976; December 11, 14, and 25, 1976; January 12 and 14, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Israel Shenker concerning comments by Judge James E. Doyle.

Date: January 13, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Shirley ??? regarding the presumption of constitutionality.

Date: January 12, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard F. Neville regarding the professional and/or academic review of Dr. William R. Johnson of the University of Maryland.

Date: December 27, 1976; January 5, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Kenneth L. Penegar of the University of Tennessee Law School inviting Hurst to present the Alumni Distinguished Lectureship in Jurisprudence lecture for 1977-1978.

Date: December 27, 1976; January 5, 1977

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to E.S. Perry regarding a prospectus review.

Date: July 5, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Harry N. Scheiber of the University of California-San Diego regarding federal policy and public lands.

Date: December 12, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Marlynn L. May regarding a prospectus review.

Date: December 26, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Sidney Fine of the University of Michigan regarding a vacant faculty position.

Date: December 21 and 31, 1978; January 10, 1979

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the Rockefeller Foundation for Humanities Fellowships regarding a recommendation for Harry N. Scheiber.

Date: October 19, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Tony Freyer of the University of Arkansas regarding an upcoming visit.

Date: October 30, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Aida D. Donald of the Harvard University Press regarding a manuscript review.

Date: December 12, 20, and 29, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Raoul Berger regarding critiques of Berger's writing.

Date: December 20, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Dean Carl Auerbach of the University of Minnesota regarding Auerbach's resignation.

Date: December 26, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, The Board of Governors of the State Bar of Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Lawyer's Political Action Committee regarding opposition to a political action committee.

Date: October 18, 1978; November 16, 1978; December 13, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, William R. Johnson, and the Davis Center for Historical Studies regarding a recommendation for Johnson.

Date: November 15, 17, and 29, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Roger K. Newman regarding current publications.

Date: November 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Betty Leigh Merrell regarding a manuscript review.

Date: November 13, 17, 21, and 28, 1978

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Summary: Notes from Hurst regarding suggestions for a committee.

Date: September 14, 1978

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Summary: Notes between Bob Gordon and Willard Hurst regarding "Legal Form and Social Practice in American Legal Historiography."
(In preparation for a legal history group)

Date: November 13, 1978

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Summary: Overview of the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies and its seminar on the history of professions.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation regarding a recommendation for John Reid.

Date: November 13, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. J.A. Thompson regarding a request for Hurst to serve as an external examiner for a PH.D. dissertation.

Date: October 19 and 27, 1978; November 7, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Stanley Katz regarding Hurst's appointment to Fellow of the Society for the America Society for Legal History.

Date: October 27 and 31, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, and Professor Michael K. Belknap of the University of Georgia regarding a recommendation for Belknap.

Date: October 27 and 31, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean John E. Murray of the University of Pittsburgh regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve as the Louis J. Caplan Lecturer for 1979.

Date: October 26 and 30, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Catherine B. Cleary regarding course materials.

Date: October 25, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst, Ronald Aqua of the Joint Committee on Japanese Studies, and Professor Patricia Steinhoof of the University of Hawaii regarding the legal dimensions of conflict in Japan.

Date: August 28 and 30, 1978; October 2, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean Richard E. Day of the University of South Carolina regarding a recommendation for Professor Dennis Nolan.

Date: October 10, 16, and 25, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to the Institute of International Education regarding a recommendation for Douglas Farnsley.

Date: October 24, 1978

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Summary: Queries from Willard Hurst regarding the Marital Property Reform Draft.

Date: October 30, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Stephen B. Presser of Northwestern University regarding an essay on Pennsylvania federal trial courts.

Date: October 27, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Bernhard Kendler of Cornell University Press a prospectus review.

Date: October 9, 12, and 18, 1972

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Duncan Kennedy regarding the Conference on Critical Legal Studies.

Date: October 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member of the University of Florida Holland Law Center regarding research focuses.

Date: October 10, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Sylvester Petro of the Institute for Policy Analysis regarding an essay on labor injunctions.

Date: September 20, 1978; October 2 and 5, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Michael Belknap of the University of Georgia regarding a manuscript review.

Date: September 12, and 25, 1978; October 5, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to William Adler of the University of Puget Sound regarding a research supervisor.

Date: October 6, 1978

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Janet Lindgren.

Date: October 3, 1978

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Summary: A series of correspondences regarding a recommendation for Professor Janet Lindgren of the University of New York.

Date: June 12 and 18, 1978; September 18 and 28, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jurgen Herbst of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee regarding an essay on Presbyterians.

Date: October 2, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William R. Dorsey, Jr. regarding internships for law students.

Date: September 18, and 22, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Duncan Kennedy of Harvard Law regarding Law and Economic Growth.

Date: September 7, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a previous acquaintance.

Date: September 4, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dean William D. Warren of the University of California regarding an essay review.

Date: August 23, 1978; September 5, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Allen Katz and Professor Janet Lindgren of the University of New York regarding an essay review.

Date: August 15 and 25, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Susan Flader regarding an environmental conference.

Date: April 21 and 25, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Mark Tushnet regarding an essay on Marxist perspectives.

Date: August 8, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Harry Scheiber regarding classroom use of Law and the Conditions of Freedom.

Date: July 25, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John P. Reid of New York University regarding a text review.

Date: August 1, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Joel B. Grossman of the Law and Society Review regarding the editorial advisory board.

Date: July 19, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Susan Bittkor regarding academic progress.

Date: July 23, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Morton Keller of Brandeis University and Thomas McGraw of Harvard Business School regarding the Conference on the History of American Public Policy.

Date: July 13, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor William R. Johnson of the University of Maryland regarding a text review.

Date: July 21, 1978

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Summary: Commencement program for University of Florida in which Hurst is acknowledged as the keynote speaker for the ceremony.

Date: March 19, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Charles S. Levy regarding an article reprint.

Date: July 1, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor R.C.B. Risk of the University of Toronto regarding law and the economy in the nineteenth century.

Date: June 8 and 21, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Honor Carl McGowan of the United States Court of Appeals regarding an essay review.

Date: June 21, 1978; July 7, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Hallett D. Smith of Phi Beta Kappa regarding an invitation for Hurst to serve as a visiting scholar.

Date: June 15 and 18, 1978; July 5, 1978

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Summary: Consent to publish form from the Johns Hopkins University Press.

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Betty Koontz of Whittier College School of Law regarding a request for an article submission.

Date: June 8, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and David Sugarman regarding an invitation for Hurst to participate on a project covering English law and society.

Date: July 7 and 17, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Dennis R. Nolan permission to reprint from The Growth of American Law.

Date: June 29, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Mark Perlman of the Journal of Economic Literature regarding a text review.

Date: June 29, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Kenneth McNeil of the University of Wisconsin regarding an essay on organizational power.

Date: July 9, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Raoul Berger regarding recent publications and professional accomplishments.

Date: June 22, 1978; July 6 and 12, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member of Stanford Law School regarding a review and recent publication.

Date: June 14, 1976

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from David C. Wilson of the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly regarding changes for the journal.

Date: June 12, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Lloyd Garrison regarding Garrison's professional activities.

Date: June 8, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Bob McBeath of the Louisville Law Forum regarding a visiting lecturer program.

Date: June 15, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Louis Lusky of Columbia University regarding a recent publication.

Date: June 28, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Provost June Louin Tapp of Revelle College regarding a recommendation for Lawrence Friedman.

Date: June 23, 1978; July 2, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Deborah C. Edens regarding a Legislation exam.

Date: August 4 and 9, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Lawrence Friedman of Stanford Law School regarding a reference to married women's property acts.

Date: March 17, 1978; April 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at the University of Hawaii regarding student essays.

Date: April 25, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Robert B. Rennebohm of the William F. Vilas Trust Estate regarding a book review submission.

Date: May 2, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Honor Robert Kastenmeier of the House Office Building regarding a senate provision and its effect upon the first amendment.

Date: May 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William F. Thompson of the State Historical Society regarding the History of Wisconsin Advisory Committee.

Date: May 10 and 15, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Kathryn L. Powers of the University of Wisconsin regarding an essay review.

Date: April 3, 1978; May 8 and 15, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Dauril Alden of the University of Washington regarding the retirement of Washington's faculty members.

Date: May 5 and 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Stanley Kutler of the University of Wisconsin regarding a vacancy in the history department.

Date: May 15, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas W. White of the Columbia Law Review regarding an article on Alexander Hamilton.

Date: January 16, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Robert E. Hunt of the University of Washington regarding research suggestions.

Date: May 15, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Jane C. Johnson of the University of Wisconsin Press regarding a manuscript review.

Date: May 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Frederic Firestone regarding legal education.

Date: May 16, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Fred Lotterhos a request for an article submission.

Date: May 17, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Gail Holmes of the University of Wisconsin Dean's Office regarding Hurst's absence from the university.

Date: May 22, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Thomas W. White of the Columbia Law Review regarding a manuscript review.

Date: February 1 and 5, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Professor Janet Lindgren of the University of New York regarding research and a legal history seminar.

Date: May 18, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and William J. Schwartz of the Columbia Law Review regarding a manuscript review.

Date: May 19 and 25, 1978

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Summary: Statement of recommendation for Marc Galanter.

Date: June 5, 1978

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Summary: A copy of Marc Galanter's application for independent study and research through the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Date: June 5, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Harry V. Ball of the University of Hawaii regarding a text review.

Date: May 8, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Carol H. Tarr of Phi Beta Kappa regarding a faculty award.

Date: April 28, 1978; May 4, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from F. Reed Dickerson regarding the field of products liability.

Date: April 26, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin regarding a recent essay publication and faculty awards.

Date: April 24, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Morton Keller of Brandeis University regarding a review essay.

Date: April 28, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and the United Bank of Illinois regarding a lost check.

Date: January 17, 23, 25, and 26, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Arthur O. Kimball of Columbia University regarding a lecture given by Hurst.

Date: February 17, 1978

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Summary: Notes regarding a text review on "masks."

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor Jaro Mayda of the University of Puerto Rico regarding a text review.

Date: April 18, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Sheldon Leader of the London Board of Economics and Political Science regarding individual rights within private associations.

Date: April 2 and 18, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and David Nestingen regarding biographies dealing with legal history.

Date: April 13 and 18, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor Reed Dickerson of Indiana University regarding an essay review.

Date: April 17, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John H. Conway of the Wisconsin Law Review regarding a recent publication and Hurst's courses.

Date: April 6 and 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Professor John P. Reid regarding recent publications.

Date: April 1 and 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor G.W. Foster of the University of Wisconsin regarding Hurst's personal and professional activities.

Date: April 11, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Barrett Dick regarding permission to publish a correspondence.

Date: March 10, 1978; April 5, 1978

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Summary: Complete copy of an essay entitled "Theory, Practice, and Legal Education."

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Summary: Notes regarding previous essay on legal education.

Date: March 18, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Dr. Charles Frankel of the National Humanities Center regarding a possible visit to the Center.
(Includes informational brochure on the Humanities Center)

Date: March 7 and 28, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from a faculty member at Rutgers University regarding an upcoming visit.

Date: April 17, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from William J. Bennett of the National Humanities Center regarding fellowships at the National Humanities Center.

Date: January 30, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst regarding an inclusion of a letter in an official record.

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and Richard E. Nelson regarding the Wisconsin Law Review.

Date: March 14 and 18, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence from Hurst to Professor John P. Reid of New York University regarding an essay reprint on Horowitz.

Date: March 27, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Charles F. Luce regarding a luncheon address.

Date: March 6 and 14, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence between Hurst and John Desmond regarding an appointment to the federal bench.
(Includes additional correspondences to the President of the United States and Senate Representatives)

Date: March 15 and 19, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence to Hurst from Dean Joseph R. Julin of the Holland Law Center regarding Hurst's commencement remarks.

Date: March 20, 1978

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Summary: Correspondence bet