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Thu Oct 16 17:52:15 2014 UTClccn-n853065690.00Warden's correspondence and miscellany,0.821.00Papers,144967243n 853065692304071537049Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement United StatesNational Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (U.S.)National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement United StatesNational Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (USA)United States Commission on Law Observance and EnforcementUnited States National Commission on Law Observance and EnforcementWickersham Commission (U.S.)lccn-n88030093Wickersham, George W.(George Woodward)1858-1936lccn-n50004192Mooney, Thomas J.1882-1942lccn-n50012064Billings, Warren K.1893-1972lccn-no96059146Ploscowe, Morrislccn-n50013110Vollmer, August1876-1955lccn-no2009113975Garrett, Earle W.lccn-no2009113971Monroe, David G.lccn-no2008077656McKay, Henry D.(Henry Donald)1899-1980lccn-n50022169Shaw, Clifford R.(Clifford Robe)1895-1957lccn-n84803850Van Kleeck, Mary1883-United StatesWickersham CommissionBibliographyPeriodicalsHistoryTrials, litigation, etcUnited StatesCrimeLaw enforcementPoliceBillings, Warren K.,Juvenile delinquencyJustice, Administration ofCourtsAliensProhibitionCriminal procedureCriminal lawPrisonsProbationCriminal statisticsEvidence, CriminalDeportationPublic defendersMooney, Thomas J.,MexicansJudicial statisticsGrand juryReformatoriesCriminal justice, Administration ofImmigrantsCriminalsParolePrisonersUnited States.--Wickersham CommissionAfrican Americans--Civil rightsNational Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleCalifornia--San FranciscoSocialistsBombingsTrials (Terrorism)Trials (Murder)Labor leadersConstitution (United States)Criminal investigationCriminal justice, Administration of--Economic aspectsProsecutionEmigration and immigrationPolice questioningPolitical scienceEmigration and immigration lawCivil rightsWickersham, George W.--(George Woodward),Law schoolsCrime analysisCrime--Sociological aspects1920192919301931193219331934193819641965196819691971197419761979198119841986198719901992199619971998199920072008201020123968139316364.973KF9223.A7332323ocn055129221file19310.82United StatesReports26612ocn000945968book19310.74United StatesReport on police2466ocn002993158book19320.82The Mooney-Billings report : suppressed by the Wickersham CommissionHistoryTrials, litigation, etc2217ocn000927986book19310.84United StatesReport on the causes of crime2173ocn000451611book19680.70United StatesComplete reports, including the Mooney-Billings report2147ocn000918103book19310.84United StatesReport on penal institutions, probation and parole20613ocn000925340book19310.82United StatesReport on criminal statistics1829ocn000919284book19310.79United StatesReport on crime and the foreign born1756ocn006284193book19330.92American Law InstituteA study of the business of the federal courts1698ocn000926175book19310.79United StatesReport on lawlessness in law enforcement1666ocn000927419book19310.84United StatesReport on the cost of crime1614ocn000926183book19310.84United StatesEnforcement of the prohibition laws of the United States. Message from the President of the United States transmitting a report of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement relative to the facts as to the enforcement, the benefits, and the abuses under the prohibition laws, both before and since the adoption of the eighteenth amendment to the Constitution1608ocn000926333book19310.82United StatesProgress report on the study of the Federal courts1537ocn000927350book19310.84United StatesReport on the enforcement of the deportation laws of the United States1506ocn000925352book19310.86United StatesReport on prosecutionBibliography1457ocn000923706book19310.84United StatesReport on the child offender in the Federal system of justice12510ocn001167721book19310.79United StatesEnforcement of the prohibition laws. Official records of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement pertaining to its investigation of the facts as to the enforcement, the benefits and the abuses under the prohibition laws, both before and since the adoption of the eighteenth amendment ot the Constitution1229ocn000918093book19310.86United StatesReport on criminal procedure504ocn003004819book19200.95United StatesProposals to improve enforcement of criminal laws of the United States. Message from the President of the United States transmitting comments upon proposals to improve enforcement of the criminal laws of the United States415ocn001777264serial0.94United States[Publications]Periodicals221ocn028082267book19900.93NAACP administrative fileArchivesCorrespondence, memoranda, telegrams, press releases, clippings, and reports regarding the NAACP's appeal for an African-American appointee; state nullification of Reconstruction amendments; lynching; peonage; disenfranchisement; crimes of violence; and, segregation101ocn039527862book19310.97Butler, Nicholas MurrayRepeal the eighteenth amendment33ocn236047227mix1.00Pound, RoscoePapersDiariesCorrespondence, writings, speeches, lectures, teaching notes, reports, minutes of meetings, legal briefs, scientific drawings, pamphlets and other printed material, newspaper clippings, maps, photos, memorabilie, miscellaneous honorary degrees, and other papers, chiefly 1910-1964. Includes material pertaining to Pound's participation in the Boston and Cleveland crime surveys (1920's), as a member of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement or Wickersham Commission (1929-1931), as a member of the American Bar Association and with various Masonic chapters, and as advisor to the Ministry of Justice in Nanking, China (1940's). Also two typed, bound journals recounting camping trips in West Virginia and to Civil War battlefields (1898, 1912-1917)32ocn793284427mix20120.92Windmuller, JohanBlame the new guy : The Wickersham Commission, immigration and crime21ocn028314614mix19920.92Kim, Deck-Ho"A house divided" : the Wickersham Commission and national prohibition22ocn422945772visu19311.00Hearst Metrotone newsHistoryIntertitles: Pacific guardians on the alert! Uncle Sam's dreadnaughts do some loudspeaking in target practise off San Pedro, Cal. -- Earthquake rocks Mexican cities. Oaxaca bears brunt of great upheaval. New disaster threatens as volcano rumbles warning -- Don George routs mat challenger. Henri De Glane, Canada, defeated by ex-collegian in heavyweight battle at Los Angeles -- Ol' Man River gets new straitjacket. Uncle Sam builds a huge willow "mattress" to curb unruly Mississippi at Memphis, Tenn. -- Some opinions on Hoover board's dry law report. Mr. Wickersham has sure stirred up something; listen to Al Smith. U.S. Senator Bingham of Connecticut. U.S. Senator Blaine of Wisconsin. Representative LaGuardia of New York. U.S. Senator Brookhart of Iowa. U.S. Senator Ashurst of Arizona -- Canadian skater takes U.S. title. Ross Robinson of Toronto beats America's best for Eastern championship at Albany, N.Y. Some expert jumping by the world champ, Karl Milne22ocn873852739mix19641.00Blowers, Malcolm EugeneThe Wickersham Commission, 1929-193122ocn423668300visu19311.00[Hearst Metrotone newsPhotographs Aerial"As a break from all this breakage, we've included a pair of newsreel stories released a few days apart (January 24 and January 28, 1931) that document a key government report about Prohibition, and the ridicule it engendered. Herbert Hoover had won the presidency in 1928 partly on his support for Prohibition, which he called 'a great social and economic experiment, noble in motive.' One of his first acts after taking office was to vacillate by appointing a commission to do a leisurely investigation. The National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement, familiarly known as the Wickersham Commission, after its chair, former attorney general George W. Wickersham, finally made its report public on January 20, 1931. In the fourth story, Hoover Board's dry law report stirs nation, a grim Wickersham summarizes the Commission's confusing findings: They essentially lamented Prohibition's failure while recommending its continuance"--Treasures III brochure notes by Scott Simmon11ocn020587061book19310.47Reports of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement11ocn122613561mix1.00Van Waters, MiriamPapers of Miriam Van WatersCorrespondence, memoranda, reports, interviews, case histories, statistical summaries, printed matter, and other papers, from studies of juvenile delinquency directed by Dr. Van Waters for the Nationl Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (Wickersham Commission) and for Harvard Law School's Survey of Crime and Criminal Justice in Boston. Bulk of the material relates to the work of courts, social agencies, and public institutions with juvenile offenders in Boston and other cities and states, particularly California, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, and Tennessee11ocn122561429mix1.00Comstock, Ada LouiseSpeeches, correspondence, photographs, and clippings reflect Comstock's professional activities before and after retirement. Material pertainsto Radcliffe College, Smith College, University of Minnesota, Moorhead State University, Yale University, the American Woman's Association, the American Association of University Women, the National Commission of Law Observance and Enforcement and the Institute of Pacific Relations. Also included is personal correspondence with Wallace Notestein (1910-1955), letters received from family, friends, and historian colleagues of Wallace Notestein, and biographical material11ocn034938266mix1992Kim, Deok-Ho"A house divided" the Wickersham Commission and national prohibition11ocn039065107book1.00Frankfurter, FelixThe papers of Felix FrankfurterHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceFiles include correspondence with Max Lowenthal, 1912-1964, including as secretary of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement; Isador Lubin, 1931-1935; Arthur Crosby Ludington, 1914; Katharine Ludington, 1916-1950; and Dennis G. Lyons, 1954-1955. Also include correspondence filed under M miscellany, Maca-Mas11ocn007752619book19381.00National Archives (U.S.)The National archives. Classification scheme. Records of the National commission on law observance and enforcement <Wickersham commission>Archives11ocn019048305book1965Johnson, MarionPreliminary inventory of the records of the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement : (record group 10)Catalogs11ocn070979838file1.00Frankfurter, FelixFelix Frankfurter papersRecords and correspondenceSubjects include the judicial process, law, development of legal and social institutions, the personalities and legal philosophies of members of the Supreme Court, the Sacco-Vanzetti case, and the relation between law and social action. Other topics include banking structure, a survey of crime and criminal justice in Boston conducted by Harvard Law School, foreign affairs, independent regulatory commissions, industrial relations, labor injunctions, literary events and personages between the two world wars, the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933, national politics in the United States and Great Britain, public utilities, railroad reorganization, and unemployment. Also includes material pertaining to various organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union, American Law Institute, Cleveland Foundation, National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement (U.S. Wickersham Commission), National Consumers' League, Social Science Research Council, and U.S. War Labor Policies Board11ocn320188419mix1.00Lowenthal, MaxMax Lowenthal papersHistoryArchivesCollection contains the papers of Max Lowenthal, alumnus of the University of Minnesota. A successful attorney who devoted his life to public service, Lowenthal served as counsel to a series of government committees in the 1930s and 1940s. Lowenthal may be best known for his work with the National Committee on Law Observance and Enforcement (the Wickersham Commission), the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, and the Interstate Commerce Commission. His second book, "The Federal Bureau of Investigation" (1950), was highly critical of the Bureau's covert political operations and director J. Edgar Hoover. Lowenthal was also a trusted friend and advisor to President Harry S. Truman and played a key role behind the Truman administration's recognition of Israel in 194811ocn122298499mixMinnesota State Prison (Stillwater, Minn.)Warden's correspondence and miscellanyPhotographsDiaries11ocn084431540book19321.00Ploscowe, MorrisLa Crisi dell'osservanza della legge in America11ocn233130623book1.00Kenyon, William SquirePapers of William S. KenyonSubject files in the collection range from the Wickersham Commission to political primaries while Kenyon's judicial career is documented with all of his court assignments and related correspondence. Speeches and clippings make up the remainder of the papers, recording Kenyon's positions on many issues of his time including: the Teapot Dome scandal, WWI, prohibition, and Republican Party politicsThu Oct 16 15:56:38 EDT 2014batch26042