Collection Summary

Creator: Revercomb, George, H.
Title: The Papers of Judge George H. Revercomb, 1971-1993
Accession: MSS 93-3
Description: 47 boxes; 20 linear feet
Location: This collection is stored offsite. Please contact Special Collections before your visit to ensure your papers are available.
Photograph Collection: View 1 digitized photographs
Digitized Content: 1 objects

Collection Description & Arrangement

The Papers of Judge George H. Revercomb (47 boxes, 20 linear feet) consist of the chambers files for his U.S. district judgeship. They are organized in four groups, maintaining the excellent order imposed in the judge's office. The papers bear witness to Revercomb's reputation as an efficient, hard-working, and well-organized judge.

About a quarter of the collection pertains to personal/professional and administrative matters. In addition to a small amount of personal correspondence, speeches, personnel files, and similar materials, there are log books and detailed calendars of cases, and newsclippings.

The preponderance of cases represented are civil and include the judge's last case, Mergentime Corporation v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. This lengthy and complicated case involving construction of the District's Metro Green Line was one that Revercomb finished from his hospital bed; he signed the 250-page findings and opinion two days before his death. The majority of the criminal cases in this collection involve drugs. The best-known of them, U.S. v. Williams-Davis, or the R Street Case, was tried in 1991 and involved twenty-two defendants accused of racketeering, drug conspiracy, drug sales, as well as first-degree murder.

About 280 opinions for the civil cases found in this collection were published and ten opinions for the criminal cases. A database search indicates that about 50 of Revercomb's published cases are not represented in these files.

The papers are arranged in the following groups:

  • Administrative Files: personal correspondence, log books, calendars, jury instructions, etc. dating primarily 1985-93; also two notebooks of appellate slip opinions, dating from 1971-84, GHR's years on the D.C. Superior Court. Boxes 1-11
  • Civil Case Files: copies of selected court records for about 145 cases that were on the docket in the 1990s; at least 36 of these cases were decided before GHR's death, and his orders or opinions can be found in later boxes. Boxes 12-40
  • Decisions in Civil Cases: orders, opinions, a small amount of research material for about 410 cases; arranged alphabetically. Boxes 41-46
  • Decisions in Criminal Cases: opinions for 28 cases, arranged alphabetically. Box 46
  • Miscellany, including printed material, photographs, caricature of the judge, etc. Box 47

     

Biographical & Historical Information

George Hughes Revercomb was born in Charleston, West Virginia on June 3, 1929. Immediately after graduating from Princeton University with a B.A. in 1950, he started law school at the University of Virginia but left in 1951 to serve for two years as a lieutenant in the Air Force in Korea. Afterwards he returned to the University where he was member of the editorial board of the Virginia Law Review.

From the time of his law school graduation in 1955 until 1961, Revercomb practiced law in Roanoke at Hazlegrove, Shackelford & Carr, in Charleston, West Virginia at Revercomb & Price, and in Norfolk at Vanderventer, Black, Meredith and Martin. However, his law practice was interrupted by two years' work in Washington: from 1957 to 1958 in the law department of Southern Railroad, and from 1958 to 1959 at the Federal Communications Commission. By 1962 he was back in Washington practicing law, first by himself and afterwards as a partner at Reeves, Harrison, Sams and Revercomb. In 1960 he had married McCall Henderson, of Washington; they eventually made their home in McLean, Virginia.

In 1969 he joined the Justice Department as an associate deputy attorney general but left a year later when President Nixon appointed him to the newly formed Superior Court of the District of Columbia. In 1985 President Reagan appointed him to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the seat he held until his death from cancer in 1993.

Judge Revercomb was a visiting lecturer at the University of Virginia Law School for many years and was a member of the law school's first class (1982) of judges to receive the LL.M in the Judicial Process. Before he went on the bench he was active in the Republican party and participated in numerous state and national bar association activities. And in 1970 he was vice-chairman of the U.S. Delegation to the United Nations Conference on Prevention of Crime and Treatment of Offenders in Kyoto, Japan. He was a fellow of the American Bar Foundation and took an active role in the Judicial Counsel for the D. C. Circuit and the U. S. Judicial Conference.

Chief Justice William Rehnquist spoke at the dedication of the Revercomb portrait at the D.C. District Courthouse in May of 1994. He recalled his long friendship with the judge and the many evenings he and his wife spent playing bridge with McCall and George Revercomb. Of Revercomb's service on the court Rehnquist said:

For him, judging was a calling, just as the ministry is a calling for some. He had always wanted to be a judge. From the time he ascended the bench, as we judges like to put it, until his death last summer, he upheld the very best traditions of the Judiciary.

What could better illustrate this than his determination, in his final days in the hospital, to complete his decision in the complicated dispute arising out of the construction of the Green Line of the Metro system Mergentime Corporation v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority, signed on July 30, two days before he died].

On the occasion of the dedication two former law clerks spoke of their great admiration and affection for the judge. In Theodore C. Whitehouse's words:

Each of us obtained from our service with Judge Revercomb an education about law, service, unwavering adherence to principle,and above all, a respect for the dignity of every person. We also gained an invaluable friend and mentor who was always there to advise and help whenever he could. . . .

He never lost his intense concern for each litigant who appeared before him because to him, cases were about people, and he wanted to be very sure that the people affected by his decisions were treated fairly and justly. This was especially true where criminal sentencing was concerned. . . .

Judge Revercomb fulfilled his life-long ambition to be a judge, and carried out that office with honor and distinction to the very end. (860 F. Supp. LXVII -LXXIV)

Acquisition Information

Date Received 1993
Donor Information The Papers of Judge George H. Revercomb were donated to the Law Library by Mrs. George H. Revercomb on September 23. 1993

Content List

Box 1:

  • 1993; Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.  Memos
  • 1989-1992; ADR [Alternative Dispute Resolution]
  • 1991; Appeals Files-Cases in which Judge Revercomb sat by Designation  [2 folders]
  • 1985-1989; Appeals Files-Judgement Orders [2 folders]

Box 2:

  • 1988-1993; Appeals Files-Judgement Orders  [3 folders]
  • 1987-1993; Appeals Files-Notices of Appeals  [5 folders]

Box 3:

  • 1985-1992; Appeals Files-Slip Opinions in Judges' Cases  [3 folders]
  • 1980, 1982, 1985; Appellate Slip Opinions Yearly File
  • 1971-1984; Appellate Slip Opinions Permanent File [black notebook]
  • 1971-1984; Appellate Slip Opinions Duplicate File [black notebook]

Box 4:

  • 1986-1993; Calendar. Correspondence, Memos
  • 1992-1993; Correspondence Primarily Regarding Committee Assignments
  • 1986-1992; Court-related correspondence [2 folders]
  • 1992; Court-related correspondence [Civil Case Management, includes GHR's handwritten description of his system]
  • 1992-1993; Desk Calendar
  • 1989; Early Evaluations
  • 1993; Eulogy by Judge F. Greene
  • 1988-1993; Intern Applications.  Restricted
  • 1986; Investiture to U.S. District Court

Box 5:

  • 1985-1992; Jury Instructions and Voir Dire Questions used by GHR  [3 folders]
  • n.d.; Jury Verdict Forms
  • 1974-1993; Law Clerks.  Restricted  [3 folders]

Box 6:                        

  • 1985-1993; Log Books-all active cases.  [Recording dates of action]  [4 folders]
    1985-1987; Log Books-all active and closed cases.  [Recording dates of action]  [3 folders]

Box 7:                        

  • 1988-1989; Log Books-all active and closed cases.  [Recording dates of action]  [4 folders]

Box 8:                        

  • 1990-1991; Log Books-all active and closed cases.  [Recording dates of action]  [5 folders]

Box 9:                        

  • 1992; Log Book-all active and closed cases.  [Recording dates of action]
  • 1986-1992; Log Book-Active Criminal Cases
  • 1989, 1991; Mediation
  • 1987-1988; Miscellaneous Papers
  • 1986-1991; Newspapers regarding GHR's cases.  [3 folders]

Box 10:                      

  • 1985-1993; Personal Correspondence.  [Copy of letter to Clarence Thomas re his nomination to the Supreme Court, June 1991]
  • 1991-1993; "R" St. Crew Criminal Cases Log Book.  [Recording dates of action]
  • 1992; "R" St. Crew Trial.  Newsclippings
  • 1993; Report of the Judicial Conference Committee to Review the Criminal Justice Act
  • 1993; U.S. Judicial Conference.  Committee on Defender Services
  • 1990-1991; Speech Materials

Box 11:                      

  • 1991-1993; Statistical Reports-U.S. District Court.  [2 folders]
  • 1979-1985; Superior Court.  Appointments, diplomas, etc.
  • 1985-1986; U.S. District Court Appointment-Letters of Commendation
  • 1985; U.S. District Court Appointment Process.  Supportive papers, questionnaires

Box 12:                      

  • 1992; American Mopac International v. Cheney. CA: 92-2317.  [5 folders]
  • 1992; American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO v. Postal Service.  CA: 92-1942

Box 13:                      

  • 1992; Amin Abdul-Hakim v. D.C. Department of Corrections.  CA: 92-0306
  • 1992; Anderson v. Holmes.  CA: 92-0530
  • 1992; In re Aqunetta T. Anderson.  CA: 92-0215
  • 1990-1991; Banks v. Otis Elevator Co.  CA: 90-0200.  [Negligence and personal injury]
  • 1992; Barnes v. Maryland Cable Corp.  CA: 92-418
  • 1991-1992; Boatwright, et al  v. Amivest Corp.  CA: 91-0284
  • 1992; Braxton v. D.C. Department of Corrections.  CA: 92-0169

Box 14:

  • 1992; Breed v. Nansay Hawaii, Inc.  CA: 91-2837  [3 folders]
  • 1992; Bressler v. Brintzer.  CA: 91-3239
  • 1991; Brown v. Patrick.  CA: 91-0068  [accident]
  • 1991; Cameron v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority [WMATA]  CA: 90-2875
  • 1992; Cash v. Henderson.  CA: 91-1391
  • 1991; Cato v. Adams.  CA: 91-2241  [job discrimination]
  • 1992; Claybrook v. Ridley.  CA: 92-2281  [complaint for violation of civil rights]

Box 15:                      

  • 1990-1991; Cleveland Clinic v. Sullivan.  CA: 90-3048  [2 folders]
  • 1990; Cloisters West Homeowners Association v. Sullivan Corporation.  CA: 88-2847
  • 1991; Cohen v. Department of the Air Force.  CA: 89-359
  • 1992; Coleman v. Silber.  CA: 92-2327
  • 1990; Connors v. Arch of Illinois, Inc.  CA: 86-1316  [2 folders]

Box 16:                      

  • 1987-1991; Connors v. Eastern Coal Co.  CA: 87-2494  [2 folders]
  • 1986-1988; Connors v. Island Creek Coal Co.  CA: 86-299  [3 folders]
  • 1992; Connors v. Florence Mining Co.  CA: 92-1804

Box 17:                      

  • 1992; Connors v. Island Creek Coal Co., et al and Consolidated Cases.  Civil Actions: 86-0299; 86-1316; 87-2495;  90-0479.  Motions, Pleadings.  [2 folders]
  • 1992; Connors v. Meadow River Coal Co. and Elkay Mining Co.  CA: 92-0479
  • 1989-1993; Connors v. Middle Fork Corp.  CA: 89-0698  [2 folders]
  • 1990; Connors v. Tanoma Mining Co.  CA: 90-0257

Box 18:

  • 1990-1991; Contract Freighters v. Travelers Indemnity.  CA: 90-3050
  • 1992; In re Cooper. CA: 91-794
  • 1991; Copeland v. Morris.  CA: 91-1150
  • 1991; Curtis v. Aluminum Association, et al.  CA: 91-1778
  • 1992-1993; Dantzler v. United States.  CA: 92-2737  [car accident]
  • 1991; Darby v. Wood.  CA: 91-685.  [assault and battery]  [2 folders]
  • 1992; Dejoie v. Sullivan. CA: 92-1635  [race discrimination]
  • 1991; Denjac Music Co., et al v. Signal Knob Radio Partners, et al.  CA: 91-2560  [copyright infringement]
  • 1992; Deter Co. and Howard W. Cole, Jr. v. Douglas B. Comer as Acting Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks. CA: 92-2311
  • 1992; Developers Service Corp. v. American Mortgage Servicing, Inc.  CA: 92-1769
  • 1987-1990; District of Columbia v. A.A. Beiro Construction Co.  CA: 87-2171

Box 19:                      

  • 1991; D.W.S. Holdin v. Timothy Jackson, et al.  CA: 88-3652
  • 1992; EBM Group Corp., LTD v. Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.  CA: 92-1454
  • 1992; Edmond v. U.S. Postal Service. CA: 88-0241  [reward]
  • 1989-1990; Educational Training Concepts, Inc.  v.  Win International, et al.  CA: 89-1162  [breach of contract action]
  • 1992;  Ellis County, Tx. v. USA.  CA: 92-1110  [preclearance for redistricting plan]
  • 1989-1991; Emory v. Psychiatric Institutes of America.  CA: 89-2181  [job discrimination]  [4 folders]

Box 20:                      

  • 1989-1991; Emory v. Psychiatric Institutes of America.  CA: 89-2181  [job discrimination] [4 folders]
  • 1992; Executive Quarters, Inc. v. Hinckman.  CA: 92-2115
  • 1991; Fazzini v. USA Department of Justice and others.  CA: 91-1756   [3 folders]

Box 21:                      

  • 1990; Federal Insurance Co. v. Weinghast.  CA:90-1004
  • 1991; First American Bank v. Corby-Lynn Real State Co.  CA: 91-0356
  • 1992; Franklin Asaph Limited Partnership v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.  CA: 91-1856  [2 folders]
  • 1991; Frye v. United States Environmental Protection Agency [USEPA]  CA: 90-3041  [2 folders]

Box 22:                      

  • 1992; Golden v. General Services Administration.  CA: 89-1009
  • 1992; Gorham v. D.C. Department of Corrections, et al.  CA: 92-2374
  • 1992; Gould v. Days Inn of America Franchising Inc.  CA: 92-0792
  • 1991-1993; Graham v. Durham and WMATA [Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority].  CA: 91-381  [auto-negligence]  [3 folders]
  • 1992; Gray v. Neoplan USA Corp. v. National Security Company.  CA: 92-0849
  • 1992; Green v. Resolution Trust Corp. as receiver for Perpetual Savings Bank. Ca: 92-1289  [complaint to recover deposits]
  • 1991; Group Hospitalization and Medical Services, Inc. v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and D.C. a Municipal Corp. District Building.  CA: 91-2715.  [Sub claim related to Silvas v. WMATA and D.C., CA: 90-127]

Box 23:                      

  • 1992; Gulbrandson v. Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, et al.  CA: 92-1587  [2 folders]
  • 1991-1993; Hanson v. Greenspan.  CA: 91-1599.  [2 folders]
  • 1990-1991; Hayes v. District of Columbia.  CA: 90-1972  [2 folders]

Box 24:

  • 1992;  Hayes v. USA, et al.  CA: 92-2415  [violation of civil rights]
  • 1992;  Henderson v. Inner City Settlements, Inc., et al.  CA: 92-0145
  • 1991; Henderson v. Manuel Lujan, Secy of the Interior, et al.  CA: 91-1356
  • 1990-1991; Hill v. Hyatt Corp.  CA: 89-2931
  • 1985-1992;  Holland v. CIA and Webster.  CA: 91-1233  [4 folders]

Box 25:

  • 1991; I.A.M. National Pension Fund v. Swayze Folding Box Co. CA: 91-0090
  • 1992; IBM Corp. v. Federal Deposit Insurance Co.  CA: 92-1138
  • 1993; IBPATU [International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades Union & Industry Pension Fund v. Claser Painting Corp.  CA: 91-CV-294
  • Independent American Savings Association, F.S.L.A. v. Banditree , Inc.  Ca: 91-1256
  • 1991; International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades Union & Industry Pension Fund [IBPATU] v. Brandon and Moreno Corp.  CA: 91-0566
  • 1991-1993; IBPATU v. Claser Painting Corp.  CA: 91-0294  [2 folders]
  • 1992-1993; IBPATU v. Duo Signs.  CA: 92-2762
  • 1991; IBPATU v. Robinson, et al.  CA: 91-1699
  • 1990-1991; International Transcription Services, Inc. v. USA.  CA: 90-3129

Box 26:                      

  • 1990-1991; ITPE [Industrial, Technical and Professional Employees Group]-MEBA/NMU Funds  v.  United International Investigative Services.  CA: 90-0066  [2 folders]
  • 1992-1993; Jackson v. Sullivan.  CA: 92-1074
  • 1992; Joyce, et al v. Torsiello and Sons, Inc.  CA: 92-1036.  [money damages]
  • 1991; 1700 Kalorama Corp. v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. et al.  CA: 91-1886
  • 1991; Kenney v. Roland Parson Contracting Corp.  Plaintiffs' Summary Judgment.  CA: 91-1230 [2 folders]
  • 1992; Kenney v. Lott Constructors, Inc. and Prism Construction Co.  CA: 91-3187
  • 1992; In re Knox Trading & Development Co.  CA: 91-0831

Box 27:

  • 1991-1993; Lawyers title Insurance Corp. v. Dolphin Evans Settlements, Inc. CA: 91-1398 [3 folders]
  • 1992; Lee  v. D'Alessandro.  CA: 92-1505.  [3 folders]

Box 28:

  • 1992; Lee, Clara v. James A. Baker, et al.  CA: 92-1538
  • 1993; Lee, Clara v. Nicholas F. Brady.  CA: 87-977  [job discrimination]
  • 1992; Lee, Clara v. Peter H. Daly.  CA: 92-1537
  • 1992; Lee, Clara v. Stickney, et al.  CA: 92-1632.  [2 folders]
  • 1991; Leeds v. Quigg.  CA: 89-0635
  • 1989; Lewis v. WMATA.  CA: 90-0678.  [negligence-personal injury]
  • 1991; Lifschultz Fast Freight, Inc. v. Union Hardware, Inc.  CA: 91-2538
  • 1992; Lindholm v. USA and IRS.  CA: 92-2136.  [1 folder]

Box 29-30:                 

  • 1992; Lindholm v. USA and IRS.  CA: 92-2136.  [8 folders]

Box 31:                      

  • 1990-1992; MacPherson v. Searle Co. and Meek, M.D.  C.A: 90-0095  [6 folders]

Box 32:                      

  • 1990; Major v. First Federal Savings of Arkansas.  CA: 90-2450
  • 1992; Mason v. Ridley, et al.  CA: 92-2267.  [Petition Writ for Habeas Corpus]
  • 1992-1993; Massquoi v. Immigration & Naturalization Service.  CA: 92-2031
  • 1992; McClelland v. U.S. Postal Service.  CA: 92-1026
  • 1992; McCormack v. Mozie & Potomac Electric Co.  CA: 92-2698  [car accident]
  • 1991; McDowell v. Allstate Insurance Co., Inc.  CA: 91-434
  • 1991; McCullough v. McPherson.  CA: 90-2365  [care accident]
  • 1990; Re Marlene and James F. McGuirl.  Bankruptcy Case: 90-2073
  • 1992; Mendivil v. Barr.  CA: 91-3273  [discrimination]
  • 1992; Michael's Piano, Inc. v. Federal Trade Commission.  CA: 92-1267.  [Freedom of Information Act]
  • 1991; Neill v. Department of Justice.  CA: 91-3319.  [3 folders]

Box 33:                      

  • 1992; Ogle v. Southland Co.  CA: 92-2222.  [Americans with Disabilities Act]
  • 1992; Olaleye v. Barr.  CA: 92-1608
  • 1992-1993; Pennant  v.  PSI, Inc.  CA: 92-2782.  [discrimination]
  • 1992; Perkins v. Prince George County Government, et al.  CA:92-0861.  [Conspiracy to violate civil rights, violation of civil rights]
  • 1991; Place v. Nicholson.  CA: 91-2085.  [Diversity-auto negligence]
  • 1970-1985; Press Clippings: Superior Court
  • 1990-1991; Reback v. Parsons.  CA: 90-0348  [2 folders]

Box 34:                      

  • 1990-1991; Reback v. Parsons.  CA: 90-0348  [4 folders]
  • 1991; Resolution Trust Corp. v. H.D.G., Inc. et al.  CA: 91-1485

Box 35:

  • 1991; Reeve Aleutian Airways v. USA.  CA: 88-0897
  • 1989-1992; Roberts  v.  D.C. Department of Corrections & Teamster Local Union.  CA: 91-3030  [job discrimination]  [4 folders]

Box 36:                      

  • 1991; Robinson v. Garrett, III et al.  CA: 88-2903.  [Gender based discrimination]
  • 1990-1991; Robinson v. Mount Vernon Realty, Inc.  CA: 86-0931  [2 folders]
  • 1992;  RTC [Resolution Trust Corporation] v. Banco Santander Puerto Rico.  CA: 92-367
  • 1991; RTC as Conservator of Trustbank Federal Savings Bank v. Bildman, et al.  CA: 91-632.  [1 folder]

Box 37:                      

  • 1991; RTC as Conservator of Trustbank Federal Savings Bank v. Bildman, et al.  CA: 91-632.  [1 folder]
  • 1992; RTC v. Gibson.  CA: 90-1122.  [2 folders]
  • 1991; Service Employees International Union & Welfare Fund v. Douglas.  CA: 91-0320
  • 1992-1993; Shields v. Jessie Jackson, et al.  CA: 92-1711
  • 1992; Shields v. Washington State Human Rights Commission.  CA: 92-1703
  • 1991; Simmons v. Hawkins and Fulwood.  CA: 91-2471 /2472 /2473 /2474 /2475 /2476
  • 1992; Simmons v. D.C. Department of Corrections, et al.  CA: 92-2379  [complaint for violation of human rights]
  • 1991-1992; Smith v. Evans and D.C.  CA: 91-0975  [violation of constitutional rights]
  • 1991; Smith v. Garrett.  CA: 91-1809  [racial discrimination]

Box 38:                      

  • 1990; Southern Technologies v. USA.  CA: 90-1868  [2 folders]
  • 1991;  Southland Corp. v. McClure & Edith Godette.  CA: 91-CV-0999  [4 folders]

Box 39:                      

  • 1991-1992; Southland Corp. v. McClure & Edith Godette.  CA: 91-CV-0999  [2 folders]
  • 1991; Starner v. Michigan Ladder.  CA: 91-3095  [products liability action]
  • 1991; Sutton v. USA.  CA: 91-0461.  [Violation of due process rights]
  • 1992;  Taylor v. Ridley.  CA: 92-2545.  [Writ of Habeas Corpus.  Violation of constitutional rights]
  • 1990; Thompson v. USA.  CA: 90-1658.  [Complaint for damages]

Box 40:                      

  • 1991-1993; USA, for the use of Marmet Corp. v. Becon Services Corp., et al.  CA: 91-2502 [2 folders]
  • 1992; USA v. Caribbean Basin Development Corp.  CA: 92-1747
  • 1991; USA v. Clawson.  CA: 89-0321.  [Violation of highway safety]
  • 1991; USA v. Mathews.  CA: 91-0568
  • 1993; USA v. Property identified as $10.111.34 in U.S. currency; one computer; one grandfather clock; gym equipment; audio-visual equipment.  CA: 91-2045
  • 1991; USA v. Property identified as 5201 Kansas Ave., N.W.  Washington, D.C.  CA: 91-2073
  • 1991; USA v. Sandridge, et al.  CA: 87-2386
  • 1990-1991; Valley Supply & Equipment Co. v. Mergentine Corp.  CA: 90-2478
  • 1991-1992; Walker v. Dixon.  CA: 91-1460.  [excessive force used for arrest]
  • 1991; Wardman Realty and Construction Co. v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.  CA: 91-1885.  [Complaint for monetary damages]
  • 1991; Washington Hospital Center Corp. v. Waters and Waters v. USA Operating the Civil Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services.  CA: 91-1638  [1 folder]

Box 41:                      

  • 1991; Washington Hospital Corp. v. Waters and Waters v. USA Operating the Civil Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services.  CA: 91-1638  [1 folder]
  • 1992; Weather Data Services, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S.  CA: 92-1740

Box 41-1:                   

  • CA: 91-1429; ABB FLAKT, Inc. v. A/S NIRO
  • CA: 89-1892; Abramson, et al v. Frank, et al
  • CA: 88-0484; Adams, et al v. Dyna Span Corp.
  • CA: 85-2229; Ago v. Begg, Inc. et al

Box 41-2:                   

  • CA: 88-3717; Alabama v. Bowsher, et al
  • CA: 90-2084; Allen v. US Capitol Police
  • CA: 89-2057; Avins v. Cavazos, et al
  • CA: 91-0220; Alley et al v. Aristeguita, et al

Box 41-3:                   

  • CA: 90-0490; Alvarado Parkway Institute v. Mendez
  • CA: 87-1806; American Fed. of Goverment Employees v. Calhoun, et al
  • CA: 89-0661; American Libray Association v. Thornbugh, Attorney General
  • CA: 92-2317; American Mopac International v. Cheney, Secy of Defense

Box 41-4:                   

  • CA: 91-1212; American Security Bank v. York
  • CA: 87-2942; Anchorena v. District of Columbia
  • CA: 90-0464; Anderson v. District of Columbia
  • CA: 92-1215; Anderson v. Niklas

Box 41-5:                   

  • CA: 89-1366; Archuleta v. Sullivan
  • CA: 88-2600; Assassination Archives and Research Center  v. CIA
  • CA: 88-829;  Association of Business Publishers v. US Postal Service
  • CA: 86-2925; Association of National Health Service Corp. Scholarship Recipients v. Bowen

Box 41-6:

  • CA: 85-2493; Averbach v. Sverdrup Corp., et al
  • CA: 86-0497; Automated Services, Inc. v. Dept. of Justice
  • CA: 89-2057; Avins, et al v. Cavazos, et al

Box 41-7:                   

  • CA: 88-1074; Baird, Jr.  v. Paredes, et al
  • CA: 87-530;  Baker v. Meese, et al
  • CA: 90-2934; Bank St. Croix v. Federal Deposit Insurance
  • CA: 88-1363; Banks v. District of Columbia

Box 41-8:

  • CA: 86-1117; Banner v. US Dept. of Commerce
  • CA: 87-1072; Barksdale v. Washington Terminal Co.
  • CA: 91-0262; Beale, et al v. District of Columbia
  • CA; 91-0592; Bell v. Colonial Parking, Inc.

Box 41-9:                   

  • CA: 91-0480; Berger v. Safeway Stores, et al
  • CA: 90-1689; Berlacher v. Painewebber, Inc.
  • CA: 86-1701; Berton v. Plaut
  • CA: 87-1995; Bias v. Advantage International

Box 41-10:                 

  • CA: 89-1542; Bigelow v. Knight
  • CA: 88-1052; Black v. Braxton, et al
  • CA: 86-2187; Black v. Turnage, et al
  • CA: 87-2618; Block v. Pitney Bowes, Inc.

Box 41-11:                 

  • CA: 88-2796; Boggins v. Quilan, et al
  • CA: 86-2208; Bowman v. T. Rowe Price Associates
  • CA: 90-1676; Bradley v. Melrose Co. et al
  • CA: 87-3339; Braxton v. US Parole Commission

Box 41-12:

  • CA: 89-1648; Bridges v. Williams
  • CA: 92-2416; Brown v. Barr
  • CA: 88-0565; Brown v. Marion Barry, et al
  • CA: 89-1676; Brown v. US Government, et al

Box 41-13:                 

  • CA: 91-2731; Building and Construction Trades Dept. v. Reich, Secy of Labor
  • CA: 89-2731; Burgess v. Sullivan
  • CA: 88-0623; Burress v. Hilton Hotels Corp.
  • CA: 90-2963; Bush v. Charles Smith Co.
  • CA: 87-3425; Butler v. WMATA, et al

Box 41-14:                 

  • CA: 88-0967; Cain, et al v. Bradco Supply Co.
  • CA: 88-1394; Caldwell v. Marion Barry
  • CA: 88-0292; Caldwell v. Quinlan
  • CA: 89-0357; Calvin Klein Industries v. Lawrence & Athanasios

Box 41-15

  • CA: 91-1527; Campanella D'Angelo v. US Attorney General
  • CA: 89-0850; Carolina v. Kaiser Foundation and Office and Professional Employees     International Employees
  • CA: 85-1455; Castorr v. Paine Webber Jackson & Curtis, Inc.
  • CA: 90-2854; Chacon v. DEA

Box 41-16:                 

  • CA: 85-3767; Charles A., et al v. Meese
  • CA: 89-3469; Clark v. Harp
  • CA: 90-3048; Cleveland Clinic Foundation v. SullivanCA: 88-3563; Clift, et al v. Clift

Box 41-17:                 

  • CA: 88-2463; Clipper v. Frank, et al
  • CA: 91-0349; Coast Federal Savings Bank v. Director, Office of Thrift Supervision
  • CA: 88-2608; Coates v. D.C.
  • CA: 90-0679; Coates v. WMATA

Box 42-1:                   

  • CA: 87-1406; Colonial Trading Corp. v. Dept. of the Navy
  • CA: 89-0359; Cohen v. US Dept. of the Air Force
  • CA: 88-3670; Colonial Penn Insurance Co. v. Owens
  • CA: 88-3430; Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador v. Sessions, et al

Box 42-2:                   

  • 87-1406; Connors, Sr. v. Middle Fork Corp.
  • 89-0359; Connors, Sr. v. Barrick Gold Exploration
  • 86-0299; Connors, Sr. v. Island Creek Coal, Co.
  • 87-0784; Corbett v. Palmer

Box 42-3:                   

  • 89-3008; Consumers Union of U.S., Inc. v. Federal Reserve Board
  • 86-3390; Cooley v. U.S. Parole Commission
  • 91-3390; Copeland v. Morris
  • 87-0784; Corbett v. Palmer

Box 42-4:                   

  • 85-2228; Cotton v. Buckeye Gas Products Co.
  • 90-0340; Cox v. Secy of Labor
  • 88-2496; Crawford Fitting Co. v. Secy of the Navy
  • 89-1170; Crucible Materials Corp. v. Sumitomo Special Metals Co., LTD

Box 42-5:                   

  • 85-1613; Crumpton v. D.C.
  • 88-1008; Cunningham v. United National Bank of Washington, et al

Box 42-6:                   

  • 86-2779; D.C. v. Westlind Construction Co.
  • 90-1517; Datacard Corp. v. Kunz KG. Kunz & Digital v. Datacard
  • 88-3691; Delgado v. Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • 90-1504; Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee v. Federal Election Commission
  • 87-0906; Dendy v. U.S. Department of the Interior
  • 88-1538; Dennis v. Meese, III et al
  • 86-1043; Dennis v. Montedonico, et al
  • 85-3528; D.C. Common Cause v. D.C. & Rivers

Box 42-8:                   

  • 85-1996; Doe v. Casper Weinberger, Secy of Defense
  • 89-2019; Dole v. National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees
  • 90-0614; Dorman v. Thornburgh, et al
  • 88-1396; Dorsey v. Cavazos, Secy of Education

Box 42-9:                   

  • 88-1396; Dorsey v. Check, et al
  • 88-0437; Dover Administrative Services v. Riggs National Bank

Box 42-10:                 

  • 91-2712; Dr. Pepper/Seven Up Co. Inc. , et al v. Federal Trade Commission

Box 42-11:                 

  • 88-1195; Dudley, Jr. v. USA
  • 90-2704; Durnan v. US Departement of Commerce

Box 42-12:                 

  • 92-1454; EBM Group Corp., LTD. v. Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.
  • 88-2529; Edens v. Musolino, et al
  • 88-0241; Edmond v. USA Postal Service
  • 85-2347; Edwards v. Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co.

Box 42-13:                 

  • 92-1110; Ellis County, Tx. v. USA
  • 89-2181; Emory v. Psychiatric Institutes of America
  • 89-0674; Epperly v. State of Alaska, et al

Box 42-14:                 

  • 90-2446; Fairley v. Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.
  • 86-0931; Farmer v. Mount Vernon Realty, Inc.
  • 89-0333; Federal Loan Mortgage Corp. v. Park Monroe Limited, et al
  • 91-356; First American Bank, NA. v. Corby-Lynn Real State Co.

Box 42-15:

  • 86-2014; Fisher v. Dunkin
  • 85-0346; Flanagan v. Columbialand Ventures, Inc.
  • 88-2866; Fletcher v. Braxton
  • 86-2297; Fong v. US Department of the Treasury

Box 42-16:                 

  • 89-1483; Foundation of Economics Trends v. Walkins
  • 91-1856; Franklin Asaph Limited Partnership v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
  • 90-1062; Frazier v. University of D.C., et al
  • 90-3041; Frye v. US Enviromental Protection Agency

Box 42-17:                 

  • 88-2639; Fulani v. Brady, Secy of the Treasury
  • 88-3203; Fergussin v. D.C. Metropolitan Police Department

Box 42-18:                 

  • 87-1259; Gallagher v. Quigg
  • 90-0981; Garcia, et al v. Yeutter, et al
  • 86-0432; Garnett v. US Soldiers & Airmen's Home
  • 86-0431; G.C. Services Corp. v. USA

Box 42-19:                 

  • 88-1801; Georgetown University v. Sportec International v. Tully Associates
  • 91-1797; Germany v. Operating Engineers Trust Fund  of Washington, D.C.
  • 88-1820; Gersman, et al v. Group Health Association, Inc.
  • 84-2954; Geske v. Attorney General

Box 42-20:                 

  • 85-1582; Globus v. Burnley
  • 85-1582; Globus v. Dole
  • 85-1582; Globus v. Skinner

Box 42-21:                 

  • 91-1272; Gould v. Mitsui Mining & Smelting Co. LTD
  • 85-0924; Gordan v. Tish
  • 86-2507; Gordon v. Warner Corp.
  • 87-1353; Grant v. Bullock

Box 42-22:                 

  • 92-0147; Graham v. D.C.
  • 92-0289; Green v. Resolution Trust Corp.
  • 87-1098; Greenwood v. Seiko Instrumental & Electronics
  • 84-2914; Gregg, Jr. v. Beta Construction Co.

Box 43-1:                   

  • 88-0365; Green v. Kinney Shop Corp. [Resolution and clarification]

Box 43-2:                   

  • 88-1926; Green v. Secretary of the Treasury
  • 88-2158; Greenpeace USA, et al v. Mosbacher

Box 43-3:                   

  • 86-2356; Hanlon v. American Federation of Government Employees
  • 91-1599; Hanson v. Grennspan
  • 91-1579; Hardbower v. Zuckerman, Spalder, Goldstein
  • 88-1766; Harmon v. Meese

Box 43-4:                   

  • 89-1197; Harmon v. Plaut
  • 88-1181; Hartman v. Metpath
  • 86-1350; Hastings Condominium Association v. National Bank of Washington

Box 43-5:                   

  • 90-0845; Healthcare San Antonio, Inc. v. Mendez, Jr. M.D.
  • 91-1356; Henderson v. Lujan, Secy of the Interior

Box 43-6:                   

  • 91-3149; Henthorn v. Department of the Navy
  • 90-2943; Henthorn v. National Transportation Safety Board
  • 90-2858; Henthorn v. Lawn, et al
  • 90-3116; Henthorn v. Quinlan, et al

Box 43-7:

  • 90-1050; Hill v. US Parole Commission, et al
  • 90-0897; Hill v. US Board of Parole

Box 43-8:

  • 89-2784; Hinton, v. Metropolitan Police Department 5th District
  • 89-1466; Hockman v. USA v. Dawson Brothers
  • 90-1703; Holland v. Board of Trustees of University of D.C.

Box 43-9:

  • 91-1233; Holland v. CIA

Box 43-10:                 

  • 86-1864; Holt v. Valencia
  • 86-2524; Hudnell v. Co-Op Investement Bankers
  • 86-1864; Hunter v. Meese

Box 43-11:                 

  • 87-2536; Hunter-Bey v. Bureau of Prisons, et al
  • 85-2901; Hurd v. New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Box 43-12:                 

  • 86-2881; I.A.M. National Pension Fund v. Pepsico, Inc.
  • 88-3440; IBM Credit Corp. v. Railing Corp. v. Hayman Construction
  • 88-2585; Ingram v. First American Bank

Box 43-13:                 

  • 89-3302; In Re St. Charles Preservation Investors, LTD
  • 87-0916; Institute for Policy Studies v.    Department of Air Force
  • 91-1699; International Brotherhood of Painters & Allied Trades Union v. Rose Brothers Home   Decorating Center, Inc.

Box 43-14:                 

  • 90-3129; International Transcription Services, Inc. v. USA, et al
  • 90-0066; ITPE-MEBA/NMU FUNDS v. United International Investigative Services

Box 43-15:                 

  • 90-2817; Jackson v. American Chemical Society

Box 43-16:                 

  • 87-0363; James Electrical Control, Inc. v. American Insurance Co.
  • 89-3318; Jenkins v. Leventhal
  • 90-1992; Johnson v. Greater Southeast Community Hospital Corp. et al

Box 43-17:

  • 88-1082; Johnson v. Quinlan
  • 88-3003; Johnson v. USA

Box 43-18:                 

  • 89-2246; Joyce v. Anly Construction Corp.
  • 87-1894; Joyce v. Clyde Sandoz Masonry Contractors

Box 43-19:                 

  • 86-0944; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar v. Begg, Inc

Box 43-20:                 

  • 88-3218; Kassatly v. Yazbeck, et al
  • 87-765; Kasmir v. Carey International, Inc.
  • 87-2517; Kaushiva v. Board of Trustees of the University of D.C., et al

Box 43-21:                 

  • 91-404; Kayfirst Corp. v. Washington Terminal Co.
  • 90-0149; Kearing, et al v. Guinee, et al

Box 43-22:                 

  • 90-2804; Kearing v. Madigan, Secy of Agriculture

Box 43-23:                 

  • 89-1408; Kennedy v. Kennedy
  • 90-1310; Kenner v, US Parole Commission, et al

Box 43-24:                 

  • 91-1230; Kenney v. Roland Parson Contracting Co.
  • 87-2868; Khan v. Hershman, et al
  • 88-1500; King v. Kao

Box 43-25:                 

  • 90-712; Kirke-Van Orsdel, Inc. et al v. Smith- Sternau Organization, Inc.
  • 92-0076; Kirkland, et al v. District of Columbia
  • 90-0251; Kleiman v. USA Department of Energy

Box 43-26:

  • 87-480; Knight v. Department of Defense
  • 89-0548; Knox v. USA, et al
  • 85-1169; Kreis v. Secy of the AIr Force
  • 92-2009; Kuntz v. New York State Board of Elections

Box 43-27:                 

  • 90-0749; Lawson v. Nevada Power Co.
  • 88-2220; Lawrence v. Braxton
  • 87-0977; Lee v. Brady

Box 43-28:                 

  • 89-1857; Leeds v. Mosbacher, et al
  • 89-1925; Leeds v. Quigg

Box 43-29:                 

  • 87-1506; Lemere v. Burnley, Secy of Transportation
  • 90-0592; Lewis v. Stempson

Box 43-30:

  • 84-3452; Liberty Lobby. Inc. v. Reis

Box 43-31:                 

  • 92-2136; Lindholm v. USA and IRS

Box 43-32:                 

  • 89-2637; Lipsman d/b/a ADL Financial Services v. Global Environmental Corp.
  • 89-1266; Lisee v. CIA
  • 91-1345; Lockley v. Chao, Director of Peace Corps

Box 43-33:                 

  • 87-3032; Lofton v. Roskens
  • 87-2652; Lombardo v. USA Department of Justice
  • 87-1330; Louisiana Department of Health v. Rowen

Box 43-34:                 

  • 90-2231; Louisiana Department of Health v. Sullivan
  • 86-1970; Loveless v. Armstrong World Industries

87-2196; Lowry v. Regan

Box 43-35:                 

  • 88-1120; Lu-Ann Bakery Shop, Inc. v. Nelson, Commissioner of INS
  • 85-1959; Lufkin v. Director, Executive Office for the US Attorneys

Box 44-1:                   

  • 89-1161; Macht, et al v. Skinner
  • 90-0095; MacPherson v. Searle & Co. & Meck

Box 44-2:                   

  • 90-0377; Magee v. Thornburgh
  • 88-1568; Makel v. Williams, et al
  • 89-0521; Males v. Sullivan

Box 44-3:

  • 86-0741; Marine Management, Inc. v. 23' Goliff Sailboat
  • 90-1596; Martin v. Stone
  • 86-3210; Mathis-Bay v. US Attorney General

Box 44-4:                   

  • 84-1849; May v. Board of Trustees of the    University of D.C.
  • 89-1003; MBC International Contractors, Inc. v. Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  • 88-1933; McAffee v. Clerk of the Supreme Court Spagnolo

Box 44-5:                   

  • 88-0398; McAffee v. Reagan
  • 87-1256; McCarter v. Bowen
  • 90-2365; McCullough v. McPherson

Box 44-6:                   

  • 89-3228; McDaniels v. Howard University
  • 85-3083; Mc Duffus v. USA
  • 85-2890; McGovern v. AIWA America, et al

Box 44-7:                   

  • 84-2561; McNeal v. Hi-Lo Powered Scaffolding, Inc.
  • 87-1266; Meisel Rohrbau GmBH & Co. v. Department of the Army

Box 44-8:                   

  • 89-1055; Mergentine Corp. et al v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority

Box 44-9:                   

  • 88-2322; Michigan Citizens for an Independent Press, et al v. Attorney General of the US
  • 87-3322; Milam v. Justice Department
  • 87-3431; Milam v. Harps
  • 87-3429; Milam v. Wade

Box 44-10:                 

  • 89-0095; Mil-Com Electronics Corp. v. Aldridge, Secy of the Air Force
  • 87-1204; Miller v. Amalgamated Casualty Co.
  • 90-409; Miller v. Baker, Secy of State

Box 44-11:                 

  • 88-3573; Moore v. Cooper
  • 89-2526; Monleone v. Sullivan, Secy of Health
  • 90-2714; Montalvo, Cordero, Matsuzaki v. Thornburgh, Attorney General

Box 44-12:                 

  • 90-0440; Montgomery v. Hodges
  • 89-0293; Morabito v. Beggiani
  • 89-0009; Mueller v. US District Court of Penn
  • 91-2158; Munn v. USA

Box 44-13:                 

  • 87-1147; Napoleon-Bey v. Plaut
  • 85-0214; Nathan v. WMATA
  • 86-0866; National Association of Letter Carriers, AFL-CIO v. Reagan

Box 44-14:                 

  • 86-2686; National Association of Rehabilitation Services, Inc. v. Bowen, Secy of Health
  • 87-1540; National Bank of Washington v. Akhavan
  • 88-0485; National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association v. Burnley, et al

Box 44-15:                 

  • 85-3881; National Treasury Employees Union, et al v. Golden, et al

Box 44-16:                 

  • 85-6182; National Trust for Historic Preservation v.  Dole, et al

Box 44-17:                 

  • 89-3394; Nautilius Insurance Co. v. Dolphin Pools Corp., et al
  • 87-1833; Nelson v. US Department of Justice, FBI, et al
  • 86-1926; New York State Ophthalmological Society, et al v. Bowen
  • 89-2404; Nunez v. S/T Evmits Navigating Co.

Box 44-18:                 

  • 90-1681; Overholt v. McDaniel

Box 44-19:                 

  • 89-3431; Packer v. Garrett, Secy of the Navy
  • 86-2431; Painting & Drywall Work Preservation Fund Inc. v. US Department of Housing
  • 86-3294; Patlex Corp. v. Quigg

Box 44-20:                 

  • 89-0387; Payne v. WMATA
  • 87-0979; Pederson v. Leroy, et al
  • 87-2127; Pennsylvania Ave. Development Corp. v. One Parcel in D.C., Herman, Heck, et al

Box 44-21:                 

  • 86-0931; Peskowitz v. Mount Vernon Realty, Inc.
  • 91-1689; Pettiford v. D.C., et al
  • 89-2529; Pittman v. Ridley

Box 44-22:                 

  • 91-517; Poole v. Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Bookstore, et al
  • 85-0822; Potomac Valley Brick v. Gibbons, et al
  • 88-1850; Potter, III v. Department of the Navy
  • 87-0883; Pringle v. Howard University

Box 44-23:                 

  • 87-3077; Progressive Cellular Associates, et al v. Monroe, Jr.
  • 86-0263; Prost v. Thrifty Rent-A-Car System, Inc. et al
  • 85-3527; Prudential Insurance Co. of America v. Baskin & Steingut, P.C., et al

Box 44-24:                 

  • 92-1416; Psychiatric Institute of Washington, D.C. v. Wells, et al
  • 86-1787; Public Citizen, et al v. Burke, Acting Archivist, National Archives

Box 44-25:                 

  • 89-1486; Qadir v. USA
  • 88-1999; Quality Brands, Inc. v. Marion Barry

Box 44-26:                 

  • 86-2347; Ragusa v. Carlson
  • 87-0075; Ransom v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
  • 87-0021; Rao v. USA Agency for International Development

Box 45-1:                   

  • 90-0348; Reback v. Parsons [Project File]
  • 89-0348; Rees v. Family Activities Center
  • 88-897; Reeve Aleutian Airways v. USA, et al 

Box 45-2:                   

  • 88-0279; Retirement & Security Program v. Oglethorpe Power Corp.
  • 84-0933; Reuber v. Stauffer Chemical Co.

Box 45-3:                   

  • 89-1041; Richards v. US Merit Systems Protection Board
  • 91-2805; Richburg v. The Times Journal Co.
  • 90-0249; Ricks v. Simons
  • 90-2078; Roberts v. Smith

Box 45-4:                   

  • 88-0049; Robinson v. Carlucci
  • 88-2903; Robinson v. Garrett, III
  • 86-931; Robinson v. Mount Vernon Realty Co.
  • 92-2049; Robinson v. Sutter

Box 45-5:                   

  • 87-2239; Rochon v. US Department of Justice
  • 91-2998; Rodriguez v. Resolution Trust Corp.
  • 89-2218; Rogers v. Nathan, et al
  • 88-3277; Rowe v. Kidd & Congressional Quaterly, Inc.

Box 45-6:                   

  • 88-0185; Royal Tours v. International Travel Consultants, Inc.
  • 91-2922; Resolution Trust Corp. v. West
  • 85-1235; Rubins Contractors, Inc. v. Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Co.
  • 91-632; Resolution Trust Corp. v. Bildam

Box 45-7:                   

  • 88-0692; Rueda Gomez v. Thornburgh
  • 91-0608; Ryan v. Brady

Box 45-8:                   

  • 92-0517; Saleh v. Braxton
  • 91-1891; Sabin v. Regardie, Regardie & Bartow
  • 88-3661; Sanders v. H & M Enterprises
  • 91-912; Sawyer v. Porreca

Box 45-9:                   

  • 89-1850; Schaefer v. Cheney, et al
  • 87-2298; Schalk v. Reagan
  • 90-2505; Schlick v. Sullivan
  • 91-2838; Scott v. US Parole Commission

Box 45-10:                 

  • 88-0727; Secord v. Cockburn
  • 90-2534; Sen-Tung v. USA
  • 87-0906; Sergeant Dendy v. US Department of Interior
  • 88-533; Secord v. Wheaton

Box 45-11:                 

  • 87-1491; Shamey v. Administrator, General Services Administration
  • 88-2932; Shamloo v. Lifespring, Inc.
  • 87-2799; Silvions v. Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • 92-0391; Silva v. USA

Box 45-12:                 

  • 90-1724; Silvas v. WMATA
  • 88-2106; Simmons v. Billington
  • 89-2853; Simmons v. Fulwood
  • 88-3493; Simmons v. Kora & Williams Corp.
  • 89-0448; Simmons v. Marsh, Jr.

Box 45-13:                 

  • 92-0022; Simpson v. D.C. Metropolitan Police
  • 91-1962; Singletary v. Nicholas Innerbichler
  • 90-1968; Slaughter v. Allright Parking, Inc.
  • 85-2736; Slater v. Quigg

Box 45-14:                 

  • 87-1452; Smallwood v. D.C. Board of Parole
  • 91-1187; Smith v. Quinlan
  • 89-2386; Smith v. Sullivan
  • 88-2360; Solaris International Corp. v. Hacker-Pschoorr Bran GMBH

Box 45-15:                 

  • 89-2073; Sorrells v. Elli Lilly & Co.
  • 90-1868; Southern Technologies, Inc. v. USA
  • 91-999; Southland Corp. v. Godette
  • 89-0480; Spergel v. Dolphin Pools Corp.

Box 45-16:                 

  • 89-0464; SRS Technologies Corp. v. Department of Air Force
  • 87-2245; Stanley v. Plaut
  • 90-0159; Stephen Kovacs v. Thornburgh
  • 90-1157; Steinberger v. Sun Refining & Marketing Co.

Box 45-17:                 

  • 88-2795; Stiglich v. Tracks, D.C., Inc.
  • 86-1105; Staudinger, P.C. v. Lotus Scientific Development
  • 87-3083; State Department Federal Credit Union v. The Gas Screw Vessel "Selina II'
  • 89-1116; Stewart v. Capital Area Permanent Medical Group

Box 45-18:                 

  • 92-0042; Stone v. Williams & Connolly
  • 86-1057; Strang v. US Arms Control & Disarment Agency
  • 89-3300; Summers v. US Department of Justice
  • 86-3230; Summers v. US Department of State

Box 45-19:                 

  • 89-2074; Survival Technology v. Marsh
  • 88-0146; Swisher v. Schneiderman
  • 87-863; Skyes v. D.C.

Box 45-20:                 

  • 92-0144; Tao v. Sessions
  • 90-1357; Tate v. Burke
  • 87-1606; Thomas v. Baker, III
  • 88-1932; Thomas v. D.C.

Box 45-21:                 

  • 92-1971; Thomas v. Braxton
  • 86-0941; Thomas v. General Services Administration
  • 89-2068; Thomas v. Saint Elizabeth's Hospital
  • 86-2605; Thomas v. WMATA

Box 45-22:                 

  • 86-2850; Thomas v. Schultz
  • 92-413; Tobey v. National Labor Relations Board
  • 86-3222; Tompkins v. Standard Federal Savings & Loan Association
  • 90-1658; Thompson v. USA

Box 45-23:                 

  • 90-1667; Turner v. Lumadue

Box 45-24:                 

  • 91-0011; Vithoven v. Thuss
  • 88-2480; Unimed, Inc. v. Quigg
  • 92-0742; United Mine Workers of America International Union v. Arch Mineral Corp.

Box 45-25:                 

  • 92-2864; USA v. Airline Tariff Publishing Co.
  • 91-2502; USA v. Becon Services Corp. & Aetna Casualty

Box 46-1:                   

  • 88-0083; USA v. Jack
  • 91-155; USA v. Timmel
  • 87-3289; Valentine v. USA
  • 87-1705; Vance v. American Security Bank

Box 46-2:                   

  • 84-3169; Viehe v. Schools
  • 85-3208; Vietnam Veterans of America v. Secy of the Navy

Box 46-3:                   

  • 88-1922; Wagner Seed Co., Inc. v. Bush
  • 88-3385; Walden v. Bush
  • 89-0085; Walden v. 100th Congress of the US
  • 92-1405; Walker v. American National Red Cross

Box 46-4:                   

  • 90-0356; Walsh v. The Dun & Bradstreet
  • 90-1669; Warriner v. US Marshalls Service, et al
  • 87-0512; Waschitzki v. Vista International [D.C.]
  • 89-0784; Washington-El v. Thornburgh

Box 46-5:                   

  • 91-1638; Washington Hospital Center Corp. v. Waters
  • 88-3652; D.W.S. Washington Holdings, Inc. v. Jackson
  • 92-2074; Washington Tour Guides Association v. National Park Service
  • 89-1385; Whatley v. Marion Barry

Box 46-6:                   

  • 85-2140; Wemhaff v. Tramps Management, Inc.
  • 91-2751; Western Residential, Inc. v. Resolution Trust Corp.
  • 91-5497; Wiley v. Bowen
  • 88-1924; Williams v. D.C. Board of Parole

Box 46-7:                   

  • 85-1400; Willens v. National Security Council
  • 88-1901; Williams v. WMATA
  • 87-2774; WMATA v. One Parcel

Box 46-8:                   

  • 88-0004; Young v. Secy of Health
  • 86-1552; Young v. Martin Marietta Aerospace
  • 89-2227; Young v. Sullivan
  • 87-0115; Yuen v. Emmitt Ross Melvin, et al

Box 46-9:                   

  • Cr: 90-211; USA v. Abreu

Box 46-10:                 

  • Cr: 90-571; USA v. Babb

Box 46-11:                 

  • Cr: 90-142-01; USA v. Blount

Box 46-12:                 

  • Cr: 87-428; USA v. Brockenborough

Box 46-13:                 

  • Cr: 91-0195; USA v. Clarke

Box 46-14:                 

  • Cr: 91-248; USA v. Cherry

Box 46-15:                 

  • Cr: 89-0022; USA v. Cole

Box 46-16:                 

  • Cr: 90-355; USA v. Coulthrust

Box 46-17:                 

  • Cr: 91-0559; USA v. Crosby

Box 46-18:                 

  • Cr: 90-0081; USA v. Frankel and Mastropierro

Box 46-19:                 

  • Cr: 86-0188; USA v. Friedrick

Box 46-20:                 

  • Cr: 88-0081-03; USA v. Gibbs

Box 46-21:                 

  • Cr: 87-446-01; USA v. Hagler

Box 46-22:                 

  • Cr: 87-446-04; USA v. Hawkins

Box 46-23:                 

  • Cr: 88-0022; USA v. Hines

Box 46-24:                 

  • Cr: 90-0041; USA v. Huggins, Grant, Benson, Johnson

Box 46-25:                 

  • Cr: 87-373; USA v. Johnson

Box 46-26:                 

  • Cr: 86-58-01; USA v. Koonce

Box 46-27:                 

  • Cr: 88-0241; USA v. Miller and Ross

Box 46-28:                 

  • Cr: 86-0435; USA v. Murphy

Box 46-29:                 

  • Cr: 91-366; USA v. Randolph

Box 46-30:                 

  • Cr: 88-0385; USA v. Recognition Equipment, Inc.

Box 46-31:                 

  • Cr: 86-0318; USA v. Sensi

Box 46-32:                 

  • Cr: 90-0132; USA v. Amin Shabazz and Richard McNiel

Box 46-33:                 

  • Cr: 88-50; USA v. Taylor

Box 46-34:                 

  • Cr: 89-131-03; USA v. Webb

Box 46-35:                 

  • Cr: 91-0938; USA v. Thomas White

Box 46-36:                 

  • Cr: 91-0559-01, 02, 04, 06, 20; USA v. Kevin F. Williams, et al  [R St.]

Box 46-37:                 

  • n.d.; Photographs of murdered woman. [Attorney Linda Lazarus is the only connection we could find. See Graham v. Durham and WMATA file]

Box 47:                      

  • Revercomb, George H.: Competency Determinations in the Criminal Justice System: A Trial Judge's Perspective. Dissertation for the degree of LL.M. in the Judicial Process at the University of Virginia
  • Revercomb, George H.: Opinions. Published in the yeras 1987-1990. St. Paul, Minnesota, West Publishing Company, 1986-1990
  • The Judges' Journal. A Quaterly of the Judicial Administration Division. ABA, Vol. 23, No.4; Vol.24, Nos.1-3
  • 1984 Annual Report. District of Columbia Courts
  • Two subject index card boxes
  • Framed caricature sketch of Judge Revercomb during "R" St. Trial, given to him by defense counsel

Photographs

  • n.d., Sorrell, Clyde H.
  • 1970, Revercomb, George H.
  • 1992, Revercomb, George H.

Associated People

Use Policy

Access There are no restrictions.
Use Restrictions There are no restrictions.
Preferred Citation

Papers of Judge George H. Revercomb, MSS 93-3, Box Number, Special Collections, University of Virginia Law Library

Unless otherwise stated, digital materials in our collections are available for use under a Creative Commons BY 4.0 License (CC-BY-4.0). For Use and Citation guidelines, see Special Collections Use Policy.