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MSS 81-7

Papers of Judge John Paul

Overview

This collection contains the Judicial and working files papers (1930-1964) of Judge John Paul (U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia). Included are several desegregation cases: Allen v. School Board of City of Charlottesville, Goins v. County School Board of Grayson County, Walker v. Floyd County School Board and Swanson v. Rector of U.Va., and extensive correspondence related to these cases. The collection also contains administrative files, general civil and criminal cases, bankruptcy cases, land condemnation cases, professional correspondence, speeches and articles.

Language
English
Dates
1930-1964 [Inclusive]
Extents
41.7 Cubic Feet (94 archival boxes)

Scope & Contents

The Paul papers are organized in six series based upon the nature of the files: administrative material, general civil and criminal cases, bankruptcy cases, land condemnation cases, professional correspondence, and speeches and articles.

<emph render="bold">Series I</em> is comprised of administrative files containing extensive correspondence and records of the administration of the federal district court, from the early 1930s to the early 1960s. Changes over these years, and Paul's reactions to them, are reflected in reports and in correspondence with other judges, the district court staff, and the staff of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts. Other substantial files in this series contain information regarding case loads, rules of court, probation, jury call decisions, and the appointments of U.S. commissioners.

<emph render="bold">Series II</em> consists of general civil and criminal case files arranged in alphabetical order by plaintiff last name. While these files primarily contain correspondence, there are occasional copies of some of the court records of a case. By far the single most important cases in the collection are those concerning school desegregation. The case files for <em>Allen v. School Board of the City of Charlottesville</em> and <em>Kilby v. School Board of Warren County</em> contain Paul's extensive correspondence with other district and circuit judges, as well as with the lawyers involved, annotated motions, drafts of opinions, and other important documents. The general case files are followed by motions, pleadings and orders, and by handwritten notes taken from the bench, which had been kept separate from the case files.

The school desegregation cases have many exchanges of letters with J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., John S. Battle, Jr., Oliver W. Hill, Spottswood W. Robinson, III, and S. W. Tucker.

<emph render="bold">Series III,</em> the bankruptcy case files, is broken into two subseries. The first subseries contains files concerning bankruptcies of individuals and businesses, which are preceded by the administrative files concerning these cases. The second subseries concerns bankruptcies of farmers handled under Section 75 of the Bankruptcy Act.

<emph render="bold">Series IV</em> is comprised of land condemnation cases, which are listed by last name of the first owner named in the case; also noted is the county in which the land is located. These files include the commissioners' reports, orders, opinions (some handwritten), and correspondence.

<emph render="bold">Series V</em> contains professional correspondence between Jugde Paul and other judges.

<emph render="bold">Series VI</em> contains a small collection of speeches and articles by Judge Paul.

Not limited to Series V, but sprinkled throughout the collection, is Judge Paul's correspondence with other judges. His most frequent and long-term correspondent was Judge Alfred D. Barksdale. Other judges with whom he corresponded regularly when their terms overlapped were Albert V. Bryan, Armistead M. Dobie, Ted Dalton, Sterling Hutcheson, John J. Parker, Floyd H. Roberts, Simon E. Sobeloff, and Roby C. Thompson.

Collection Description

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    Physical Description

    This collection, filling 36 linear feet, is comprised of 94 boxes.<extent>1 arbitrary_unit</extent>

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    Conditions Governing Access

    There are no access restrictions.

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    Conditions Governing Use

    There are no use restrictions.

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    Preferred Citation

    The Papers of Judge John Paul, Mss 81-7, Box Number, Special Collections, University of Virginia Law Library.

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    Immediate Source of Acquisition

    The papers of Judge John Paul were donated to the University of Virginia by his estate, and transferred to Alderman Library from the District Court building in Harrisonburg in 1966. The collection was transferred to the Law Library in 1981.

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    Biographical / Historical

    John Paul was born December 9, 1883, one of six children of John and Katherine Green Paul. The elder John Paul had taken his law degree at the University of Virginia (Class of 1867), and served as both Commonwealth's Attorney and member of the Virginia State Senate before being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1880. Three months before the birth of his son John, he left Congress to become District Judge for the Western District of Virginia, a position he held until his death in 1901.

    The Paul family was prominent in the Shenandoah Valley and lived on a large Rockingham County farm called Ottobine. The younger John Paul inherited this property and lived there his entire life, raising cattle as he pursued his legal career. After graduating from the Virginia Military Institute with a degree in civil engineering, he studied law at the University of Virginia and graduated in 1906. He entered private practice in Harrisonburg, and before long launched his political career with an unsuccessful bid as Republican candidate for Congress in 1910. In 1912 he was elected to the state senate, and attended the first of four consecutive Republican national conventions. In 1914, he married Frances Danenhower.

    While Paul was serving as a field artillery captain in France during World War I, his wife died. After the war, he returned to the state senate and in 1920 was elected to a term in Congress. In 1924 he was appointed special assistant to the United States Attorney General, and the following year became U. S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia. In December 1932, President Herbert Hoover appointed Paul to the federal bench in the western district of Virginia. In 1939, he married Alice Kelly Taylor.

    When John Paul went on the court in 1932, he was the sole judge for a district serving a large, predominantly rural, area. The court met twice a year in each of seven locations: Abingdon, Big Stone Gap, Charlottesville, Danville, Harrisonburg, Lynchburg, and Roanoke. Paul was appointed to succeed Judge Henry Clay McDowell (Class of 1885), his father's successor on the bench, only weeks before Franklin Roosevelt became president.

    One of the most significant of Paul's early decisions was <em>U.S. v. Appalachian Electric Power Co.</em>, 23 F. Supp. 83 (1938), although his files on this case are not extensive. The Federal Power Commission had wanted the electric company to apply for a license before building a dam on the New River. When it did not do so, the federal government sued to enjoin construction. Paul dismissed the government's suit, ruling that the New was not a navigable river, and that the dam would therefore not impair interstate commerce. His decision was upheld by the Fourth Circuit, but overturned by the Supreme Court two years later.

    One group of cases that required a great deal of Paul's time and attention concerned land condemnation by the federal government. Under the Weeks Forestry Act of 1911, the federal government had, between 1912 and 1932, claimed 700,000 acres of Virginia for national forest, and in 1933 efforts were begun to claim two million more over the next ten years. The monetary value of the land was seldom in dispute, having been assessed at fair market value by a local, court-appointed commissioner, but in many cases titles were deficient. These areas of forest had first been parceled out in the late eighteenth century in hundred- thousand acre lots, and over the years had been divided and sold many times. Almost from the beginning, Paul was inundated with complex condemnation proceedings.

    Even when he was no longer sole judge for the district, Paul continued to handle all condemnation cases. In the 1950s, he was a vociferous opponent of a controversial proposal to amend Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 71A to require that all valuation of condemned land be by jury rather than by court-appointed commissioners.

    The most sensational case Paul heard during the 1930s was the Franklin County liquor conspiracy case. Twenty-three men, many of them county officials, were accused of turning their heads or actually aiding large-scale illegal liquor manufacturing in the county over a number of years. (Just how much liquor was made became clear in testimony that thirty-five tons of a particular brand of yeast had been sold in Franklin over a four-year period.) The trial lasted fifty days, a record in modern Virginia court history, and resulted in twenty convictions. Unfortunately, there are no files in the collection about this case, possibly because Paul gave them to someone planning to write about it.

    By the end of the 30s, Paul's workload was staggering. In a 1937 letter to Senator Carter Glass, he described in great detail how much travelling he had to do, how difficult it was for lawyers to contact him, and how hard it was to keep on top of his written work. In addition to the large number of condemnation cases, he noted that civil suits involving the government had increased by almost a hundred percent during the Roosevelt administration. Furthermore, with new rules of civil procedure soon to go into effect, he foresaw an increase in interlocutory motions that would demand more of his time. In seeking relief from this difficult schedule, Paul favored the elimination of two of the seven court locations rather than the appointment of another judge in the district. He did not want a law clerk, nor did he ever employ one.

    Congress soon decided that the Western District needed another judge, and in July 1939, Armistead Mason Dobie was appointed. Dobie served only six months before being appointed to the Fourth Circuit, and Alfred Dickinson Barksdale took his place on the district bench. At the end of 1939, Paul made his first report of caseload statistics to the newly created Judicial Council for the Fourth Circuit. He reported that 276 cases were still pending from the year before, proceedings were begun in 678 civil and criminal cases, and 799 bankruptcies were filed -- adequate evidence that a second judge was needed. With two judges, the court continued to meet twice a year in seven locations. For over seventeen years Paul and Barksdale worked quite amicably together, corresponded often, travelled to meetings together, and occasionally socialized along with their wives. Although his letters were always reserved, Paul was more open and affectionate with Barksdale than with most correspondents.

    In addition to the condemnation cases, Paul heard a large number of bankruptcy and debt cases through the 30s, 40s, and early 50s. There were also a number of illegal liquor cases of much smaller magnitude than the Franklin County cases. During World War II, there were a few cases involving conscientious objectors and quite a few brought by the Office of Price Administration against violators of price fixing.

    Until the late 50s, however, Paul's work had received little media attention. This changed dramatically with the school desegregation cases, which came in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision in <em>Brown v. Board of Education</em>. In July 1956, in <em>Allen v. School Board of the City of Charlottesville</em>, Paul became the first judge in Virginia to enjoin any school admission decisions based on race. In the summer of 1958, he officially retired in order to be free of administrative duties as chief judge of the Western District, although he would continue to hear cases until the end of his life. In September, soon after the announcement of his "retirement," the Charlottesville case came before him again because the city's schools were still entirely segregated. Paul ordered ten African American children admitted to a white elementary school, and two to the white high school. All of these children lived closer to the white schools than the segregated ones they had been attending. On 9 September, <em>The New York Times</em> ran a front-page article on the <em>Allen</em> case, and reported Paul's statement from the bench accusing "politicians" and "officers of the state" of inciting public hostility to the racial integration of Virginia's public schools.

    As Paul expected, a few days later Governor J. Lindsay Almond closed the Charlottesville schools. The schools reopened after the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals and a three-judge federal district court both ruled on January 19, 1959, that the school closing was unconstitutional. <em>Harrison v. Day</em>, 200 Va. 439, 106 S.E.2d 636 (1959); <em>James v. Almond</em>, 170 F. Supp. 331 (E.D. Va. 1959).

    In 1959, Paul approved the school system's plan to divide the city into six geographical districts and to assign all city elementary students to neighborhood schools. In practice, however, the white children in the one predominantly African American district were automatically reassigned to a white school. There was one white and one African American high school in the city, and African American students who petitioned for admittance to the white high school were subjected to evaluations of their academic records and school behavior. When, in 1960, plaintiffs objected to this unequal treatment, Paul upheld it with certain reservations. The Fourth Circuit, in <em>Dodson v. School Board</em>, 289 F.2d 439 (1961), refused to reverse Paul's decision but directed the school system to move toward a fairer plan. They noted that school authorities had made a genuine effort to begin desegregation, and that the "able and conscientious" District Judge had retained the case on his docket for future action as necessary. When the plaintiffs returned to his court, Paul followed the direction of the circuit and ordered the school system to apply admissions procedures absolutely equally to both races. He declared, "This in effect means that as matters now stand attendance at the high schools in Charlottesville is to be based solely on the student's decision as to which school he prefers to attend." <em>Allen v. School Board</em>, 203 F. Supp. 225, 229 (1961).

    Two years after the <em>Allen</em> case got under way, Paul began hearing another desegregation case. Warren County had three elementary schools for white children, one elementary school for African American children, and one high school for whites only. Consequently, the county was transporting its African American high school students to other counties. In 1958, Paul issued an injunction, affirmed by the Fourth Circuit, ordering the school system immediately to admit the plaintiffs to the white high school. <em>School Board of Warren County v. Kilby</em>, 259 F.2d 497 (1958). Although the governor promptly closed the high school, when it reopened in early 1959 twenty-two African American students were allowed to attend Warren County High School. Paul felt swift action was called for in this case of egregious inequality, although total integration was by no means achieved quickly.

    Paul's measured rulings in the Charlottesville and Warren County cases show no particular inclination to push the white community beyond the minimum school integration required by <em>Brown</em>. Viewed in the context of Virginia's political atmosphere, though, Paul's approach seems quite moderate and reasonable. He approached a situation that many Virginians saw as catastrophic with the same dignity, respect for the law, and sense of fairness that he had brought to property or illegal liquor cases.

    The Charlottesville and other school integration cases hit Paul late in his career, and with them came unprecedented citizen and media attention, much of it unfavorable. Since he was in his late 70s, once again a widower, and in poor health, he had reasonable excuses for leaving these difficult issues to younger judges. But there is no indication in Paul's papers that he ever considered such a possibility. He appeared in court only a few weeks before his death, at the age of eighty, on February 13, 1964.

seriesAdministrative Papers
fileAdministrative Office (AO): Cases Held Under Advisement, 1940 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 1
fileAO: Correspondence and Reports, 1943-44, 1948MSS 81-7, Box 1
fileAO: Final Civil Docket Reports, 1941 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 2
fileAO: Finances, 1961 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 2
fileAO: Memoranda, Reports & Correspondence, 1940 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 3
fileAO: Memoranda, Reports & Correspondence , 1940 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 4
fileAO: Numbered Bulletins and Pamphlets , 1939 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 5
fileAO: Reports on Anti-trust and Patent Cases, 1951MSS 81-7, Box 5
fileAppointments and Recommendations, 1932-63MSS 81-7, Box 6
fileBook Lists, 1944 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 6
fileJ. L. Branch, 1932 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 6
fileCase Loads, 1939 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 6
fileCase Loads , 1939 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 7
fileCorrespondence, 1939 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 7
fileDepartment of Justice: Correspondence--Attorney General, 1940 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 7
fileDepartment of Justice: Numbered Circulars, 1932 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 7
fileExaminars' Reports: References in Bankruptcy, U.S. Commissioners, et.al., 1931 - 1956MSS 81-7, Box 7
fileExaminars' Reports: References in Bankruptcy, U.S. Commissioners, et.al., 1931 - 1956MSS 81-7, Box 8
fileHotel Reservations, 1943 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 8
fileJudicial Salaries; Vacations, 1953 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 8
fileJuror Qualifications, 1943 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 8
fileJury Call Decisions and Correspondence , 1938 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 8
fileJury Call Decisions and Correspondence, 1938 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 9
fileJury Call Decisions and Correspondence, 1938 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 10
fileJury Call Decisions and Correspondence , 1938 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 11
fileJury Call Decisions and Correspondence, 1938 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 12
fileJury Costs, 1950 - 1954MSS 81-7, Box 12
fileJury Instructions, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 12
fileOffice Space and Equipment,MSS 81-7, Box 12
filePay Vouchers: J. L. Branch, 1932 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 12
fileProbation Office - Letters from applicants and letters of recommendation for the new federal probation officer position created at the US District Court, Western District of Virginia (2 folders), 1931 - 1933MSS 81-7, Box 13
fileProbation Office - Letters from applicants and letters of recommendation for the new federal probation officer position created at the US District Court, Western District of Virginia. Included are: Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court Sixteenth Annual ReMSS 81-7, Box 13
fileProbation Office , 1931 - 1961
fileProbation Office – Correspondence re appointment of new probation officer; order to appoint James W. Trevillian as the probation officer (June 6, 1930); correspondence with J. W. Trevillian; United State District Court, Western District of Virginia AnnualMSS 81-7, Box 13
fileProbation Office – Correspondence and United State District Court, Western District of Virginia 1937 Probation and Parole Annual Report, Probation Officer, Roanoke, VA; United State District Court, Western District of Virginia 1938 Probation and Parole AnMSS 81-7, Box 13
fileProbation Office – Correspondence and memoranda. United State District Court, Western District of Virginia, United States Department of Justice, Annual Report of Probation Officers, Fiscal year 1939 Roanoke, VA, 1939MSS 81-7, Box 13
fileProbation Office 1931-61; [22 folders]MSS 81-7, Box 13
fileReceipts: P.O. Box in Harrisonburg, 1933 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 15
fileReceipts: Publishing Companies, 1956 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 15
fileReceipts: Telegrams , 1935-6; 1943-5MSS 81-7, Box 15
fileReceipts: Telephone Bills, 1933 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 15
fileReceipts: Travel Vouchers, 1932 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 16
fileReceipts: Travel Vouchers: J.L. Branch, 1932 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 16
fileReceipts: Travel Voucher Authorizations: J.L. Branch, 1932 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 16
fileReports to Senior Circuit Judge, 1939 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 17
fileRequisitions, 1936 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 17
fileRules of Court, 1907 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 18
fileterms of Court, 1930 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 18
fileU.S. Commissioners: Appointments, 1933 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 19
fileU.S. Commissioners: Correspondence and Memoranda, 1933 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 19
fileCommissioners: Shenandoah National Park, 1937 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 19
fileCommissioners: Shenandoah National Park, 1937 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 20
fileU.S. District Attorney, 1939 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 20
fileU.S. District Court Clerk, 1939 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 20
fileU.S. District Court Reporter, 1943 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 20
fileU.S. Marshals, 1939 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 20
fileMiscellaneous Case Notes: Handwritten Notes on Testimony taken from Bench, 1933 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 59
seriesCases
fileAbuse in V.A. Facilities, 1936 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAdams v. Aiken, 1963MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAldridge v. Jocie Motor Lines, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAlldred v. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, 1948MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAlleghany Land Co, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAllen v. School Board of City of Charlottesville, [Segregation Case], f. 1, 1956 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 21
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Opinion by the Court, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, 1956-08-06
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Opinion by the Court [Handwritten Notes], W.D.Va., n.d.,
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion to Suspend Injunction Pending Appeal, W.D.Va., 1956-08-23
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Notice of Appeal, W.D.Va., 1956-08-23
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk, [re: court case papers related to Charlottesville city school board case], 1956-05-21
itemLetter from Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk to District Judge John Paul, [re: papers in Civil No. 51], 1956-05-22
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk, [re: receipt of court case papers], 1956-05-24
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk, [re: receipt of court case papers], 1956-05-25
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order [re: time extension given to defendants for filing their answer to the complaint], [2 c.], 1956-05-25
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Charlottesville, VA, [re: copy of the Order entered on May 25th], 1956-05-28
itemLetter from J. Lindsay Almond Jr., Attorney General to District Judge John Paul, [re: request from the defense to reschedule hearing date], 1956-06-08
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond Jr., [re: rescheduling hearing date], 1956-06-11
itemLetter from Oliver W. Hill to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, Virginia, [re: rescheduling hearing date], [2 c.], 1956-06-11
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond Jr. and Oliver W. Hill, [re: rescheduling hearing date], 1956-06-14
itemLetter from J. Lindsay Almond Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: hearing date], [2 c.], 1956-06-21
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond Jr., Roanoke, VA, [re: hearing date], 1956-06-22
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk, [re: court papers for July 12th hearing], 1956-06-29
itemLetter from Adolph Magidson, Associate Editor, The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., Washington D.C., [re: copy of the opinion in the case of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People v. Ellis, et al.], 1956-07-13
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mr. Adolph Magidson, [re: Magidson’s request], 1956-07-16
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond Jr., John S. Battle, Oliver W. Hill, and Spottswood W. Robinson, III, [re: submission of decree from counsel of opposing parties], 1956-07-26
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: request for conference of counsel with Judge Paul to finalize decree], 1956-07-28
itemLetter from District Judge Paul to Spottswood W. Robinson, III, J. Lindsay Almond Jr., John S. Battle, [re: conference date for decree], 1956-07-30
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: scheduling conference date], 1956-07-31
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Oliver W. Hill, J. Lindsay Almond Jr., and John S. Battle, [re: Judge Paul’s opinion, copy of the hearing decree, and denied motion from the plaintiff], 1956-08-06
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Decree, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [3 c.], 1956-08-06
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, [re: court opinion and decree papers], 1956-08-06
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., John S. Battle, Spottswood W. Robinson, III, and Oliver W. Hill, [re: motion for suspension of the effective date of the decree and the district court appeals procedure], 1956-08-16
itemLetter from William W. Brickman, Chairman, Department of History of Education, New York University School of Education to District Judge John Paul, New York, NY, [re: copy of hearing opinion], 1956-08-15
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to William W. Brickman, [re: copy of court opinion], 1956-08-17
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, [re: copy of order suspending the effect of the injunction order pending the appeal], 1957-05-21
itemLetter from Lottie M. Morrissette to District Judge John Paul, [re: missing copy of order], 1957-05-22
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., [re: Judge Paul’s request for the the United States Court of Appeals mandate], W.D.Va, Charlottesville, VA, 1957-04-02
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Oliver W. Hill, J. Lindsay Almond Jr., and John S. Battle, [re: the Court of Appeals of the Fourth Circuit’s affirmation of the August 6, 1956 district court decree], 1957-05-23
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Lottie M. Morrissette [re: missing copy of order], 1957-05-23
itemLetter from Lottie M. Morrissette to District Judge John Paul [re: missing copy of order], 1957-05-24
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, 1957-08-07
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Lottie M. Morrissette, [re: missing order suspending the operation of the injunction], 1957-05-27
itemLetter from Lottie M. Morrissette to District Judge John Paul, [re: missing order from August 27, 1956], 1957-05-28
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order Suspending Injunction Pending Appeal, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1956-08-27
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Lottie M. Morrissette, [re: documentation of August 27th order], 1957-05-31
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, [re: Battle’s illness], 1957-06-04
itemCourt Transcript, Mary White Bible, Official Court Reporter, [re: Doris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion for Compliance], W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., [3 c.], 1957-07-26
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, 1957-07-26
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order Draft [Handwritten Edits], W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., n.d.
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Oliver W. Hill, J. Lindsay Almond Jr., and John S. Battle., [re: Judge Paul’s edits to order and copy of rewritten order], 1957-07-26
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, 1957-07-26
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, [re: copy of order], 1957-07-29
itemLetter from Oliver W. Hill to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: edits to order], 1957-07-29
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Oliver W. Hill, J. Lindsay Almond Jr., and John S. Battle., [re: final edits to order], 1957-08-01
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, [re: final copy of order], 1957-08-05
fileAllen v. School Board of City of Charlottesville, [Segregation Case], f. 2, 1958 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 21
itemLetter from Oliver W. Hill to District Judge John Paul, [re: Operative date for court injunction in Doris Marie Allen, et al. vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 51], 1958-03-27
itemLetter from A.S. Harrison Jr. to District Judge John Paul, [re: Oliver W. Hill’s letter to District Judge John Paul about Doris Marie Allen, et al. vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 51], 1958-03-28
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Oliver W. Hill and A.S. Harrison, Jr., [re: need for a further hearing in Doris Marie Allen, et al. vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 5, 1958-03-31
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, [re: Battle’s representation of the Charlottesville City Public Schools in Doris Marie Allen, et al. vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 51], 1958-03-31
itemCopy of Letter from John S. Battle to Oliver W. Hill, [re: Battle’s representation of the Charlottesville City Public Schools in Doris Marie Allen, et al. vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 51], 1958-07-22
itemCopy of Letter from A.S. Harrison Jr. to Oliver W. Hill, [re: hearing in Doris Marie Allen, et al. vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 51], 1958-08-04
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to A.S. Harrison, Jr., [re: hearing in Doris Marie Allen, et al, vs. School Board of Charlottesville, et al, Civil Action No. 51], 1958-08-05
itemCopy of letter from Oliver W. Hill to A.S. Harrison, Jr., Henry T. Wickham, John S. Battle, Jr., [re: location for hearing in Allen v. School Board], 1958-08-01
itemCopy of letter from Oliver W. Hill to A.S. Harrison, Jr., [re: hearing date for Allen v. School Board], 1958-08-05
fileAllen v. School Board of City of Charlottesville, [Segregation Case], f. 3, 1960 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 21
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Messrs. Hill, Martin, and Olphin, Attorneys at Law, [re: Judge Paul’s participation in the hearing of two cases, Civil Action No. 51 and Civil Action No. 530], 1960-07-11
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to District Judge Roby C. Thompson, [re: Judge Paul’s assistance to Judge Thompson in the wake of Judge Ted Dalton’s recusal], 1960-07-11
itemLetter from District Judge Ted Dalton to District Judge Roby C. Thompson, W.D.Va., Roanoke, VA, [re: Judge Paul’s assistance with Harrisonburg cases], 1960-07-14
itemReply to Defendants’ Memorandum Upon Hearing of October 23 and 24, 1961, Counsel for the Plaintiffs, Doris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., [2 c.], n.d.
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: the Memorandum of the Defendants], 1961-10-31
itemNotice to John S. Battle, Counsel for the Defendants, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, [re: Motion for Intervention], n.d., 1961-11-02
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion to Intervene, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-11-03
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: Motion to Intervene], 1961-11-06
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker and John S. Battle, [re: Motion for Intervention], 1961-11-08
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker and John S. Battle, [re: copy of opinion], 1961-11-17
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to District Judge Thomas J. Michie, [re: copy of opinion], 1961-12-07
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-12-07
itemLetter from John S. Battle to S. W. Tucker, Richmond, VA, [re: Judge Paul’s Order], 1961-12-07
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to John S. Battle, Richmond, VA, [re: additions and insertions for Judge Paul’s Order], 1961-12-09
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-12-11
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: proposed redrafted Order], 1961-12-11
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: amendments to redrafted Order], 1961-12-15
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Opinion by the Court, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-12-18
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker and John S. Battle, [re: December 11th Opinion and copy of the Order], 1961-12-18
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [2 c.], 1961-10-12
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville and Fendall R. Ellis, Division Superintendent of Schools of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Document, [re: Plaintiff interrogatories], n
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Document, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-09-13
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Document, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1962-02-14
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: rescheduling hearing date], 1962-03-20
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to John S. Battle and Henry L. Marsh III, [re: hearing date], 1962-03-21
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Henry L. Marsh III and John S. Battle, [re: hearing date confirmation], 1962-03-23
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Henry L. Marsh III and John S. Battle, [re: hearing date confirmation], 1962-03-27
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to District Judge Ted Dalton, [re: court reporter], 1962-03-28
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Document, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1962-04-02
itemLetter from Wayne A. Davies, West Publishing Company Editorial Counsel to District Judge John Paul, [re: copy of Judge Paul’s Opinion], 1962-04-02
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Wayne A. Davies, [re: copy of court opinion], 1962-04-04
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to District Judge Ted Dalton and District Judge Thomas J. Michie, [re: requesting court reporter for August 29th hearing], 1962-08-21
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: objections and revisions to proposed Court Order], 1962-09-27
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to John S. Battle, [re: Court Order], 1962-10-01
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Notice, [re: March 29th, 1962 hearing], W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1962-03-20
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion to Vacate Stay, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, n.d.
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [2 c.], n.d.
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Document, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [2 c.], n.d., 1961-08-31
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion to Intervene, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, n.d.
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Complaint in Intervention, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA.
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to A. S. Harrison Jr., John S. Battle Jr., Henry T. Wickham, and Walter E. Rogers, Emporia, VA, [re: continuing hearing to July 26th], 1960-07-16
itemLetter from A. S. Harrison Jr., Attorney General to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: July 26th hearing date], 1960-07-18
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, VA, [re: Attorney General’s letter], 1960-07-18
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, VA, [re: Attorney General’s letter], 1960-07-20
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: hearing date], 1960-07-20
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Answer to Complaint in Intervention and Motion for Further Relief, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [2 c.], 1960-08-03
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Fendall R. Ellis, Superintendent of Schools, [re: intervening another applicant in the Allen case], 1960-08-11
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Memorandum by the Court by District Judge John Paul, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1960-08-15
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Order, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [2 c.], 1960-08-15
itemLetter from Fendall R. Ellis to District Judge John Paul, [re: information on Gloria Hamilton], 1960-08-10
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Court Document, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, [2 c.], 1960-07-26
itemLetter from Leigh B. Hanes Jr., Deputy Clerk to S. W. Tucker, Harrisonburg, VA, [re: court documents filed], 1960-10-05
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Notice of Appeal, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1960-09-12
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion to Intervene, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, n.d.
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Complaint in Intervention, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, n.d.
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion for Further Relief , W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA, n.d.
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, VA, [re: trial date], 1961-08-31
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker and John S. Battle, [re: hearing date], 1961-08-31
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: hearing date], 1961-09-01
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, VA, [re: hearing date], 1961-09-01
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker and John S. Battle, Harrisonburg, VA, [re: hearing date], 1961-09-01
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, VA, [re: hearing date], 1961-09-08
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: copy of draft Order]., 1961-09-18
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: objections to proposed Order], 1961-09-20
fileLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker and John S. Battle, [re: order and hearing], 1961-09-22
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: interrogatories and hearing date], 1961-10-07
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: copy of Interrogatories], 1961-10-09
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: Interrogatories], 1961-10-10
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to John S. Battle and S. W. Tucker, [re: October 23rd hearing], 1961-10-12
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Answer to the Interrogatories, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-10-10
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Objections to the Interrogatories, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-10-09
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Notice, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-10-09
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Interrogatories, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-10-03
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Interrogatories, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA., 1961-10-19
itemDoris Marie Allen, et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al., Civil Action No. 51, Motion for Further Relief, W.D.Va., Charlottesville, VA.
itemLetter from District Judge Roby C. Thompson to District Judge John Paul, Abingdon, VA, [re: segregation cases in Judge Dalton’s decision], 1960-07-08
fileAmerican Furniture v. Norfolk & Western, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAppalachian Electric v. National Rural Electric Cooperative and Clyde T. Ellis, 1948 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileIn the Matter of Appalachian Electric Power Co., 1951 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileIn the Matter of Daisy W. Atkinson, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAtkinson v. Hall; Wheeling v. Hall, 1950MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAtlantic Coast Line Railway v. Bristol Steel and Iron Works, 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAustin Organ v. Gilmer, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileAutomatic Draft and Stove v. Bailey-Spencer Hardware, 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 21
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: A, 1930 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBarnes v. Deane, 1940 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBarnhart v. Western Maryland Railway, 1942MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileIn re Max Berliner, 1945MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBerman's Jewelry v. U.S, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBlackburn v. John Hancock Mutual Life, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBlackwell v. Vance Trucking, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBlackwood Coal & Coke Co.: Girard Trust v. Blackwood Coal, 1933 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 22
fileBlackwood Coal & Coke Co.: Girard Trust v. Blackwood Coal , 1933 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 23
fileBlanton v. Pacific Mutual Life Insurance, 1944 - 1952MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBolling v. [?], n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBond, Receiver v. Williamson, 1937 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBoorman v. Lunsford, 1957 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileIn re Boston National Bank, 1934 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBowles v. Mutual Benefit Health and Accident Association, 1936 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBowles v. U.S.; Matthews v. U.S., 1952MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBrannon v. Town of Front Royal, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileC.E. Branscome, 1955 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileDavid E. Bratton, 1954MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBrinckerhoff v. U.S., 1951MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBurlington Mills v. Textile Workers Union, 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileIn re Wyatt T. Burnette, 1958 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileBurton v. U.S., 1949MSS 81-7, Box 24
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence, 1938 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 25
fileCalfee v. Brooks Livestock, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 25
fileCampbell v. First National Bank of Abingdon, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 25
fileCarter Coal v. Litz, 1941 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileCarter Coal v. Tazewell National Bank, 1944 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileCasto v. N.Y.C. R.R. [New York Central Railroad?], 1954MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileCavalier Poultry v. Fawley Motor Lines, 1955 - 1956MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileClark v. Norfolk and Western, 1954 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileHarry Clemmer's admin. v. Jefferson Standard, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileHarry Clemmer's admin. v. Jefferson Standard, 1936 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 26
fileCollier v. U.S., n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileCommercial Casualty Insurance v. Bowles, 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileCommissioner of Internal Revenue v. F.W. Poe Manufacturing, 1957MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileCommonwealth v. Stiff, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileCondair v. Shenandoah Manufacturing, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileConley v. U.S., n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileCorbin v. County School Board of Pulaski County [Segregation], 1947 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 27
itemPlaintiff’s complaint (typescript copy), 1947-05-15
itemDefendant’s motion to dismiss (typescript copy), 1947-06-05
itemDefendant’s answer (typescript copy), 1947-08-27
itemDefendant’s motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s Motion for Further Relief (typescript copy), 1951-05-31
fileCreasy v. U.S., n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence, 1932 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 27
fileDaniel v. Corbin, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDanville v. C & O Ry.; Danville Hotel v. C & O Ry., n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDavis v. Sprinkler, 1938 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDepartment of Labor Cases, 1959 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDesegregation Cases, 1958 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 28
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. regarding court reporter (2 copies), 1962-08-28
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. regarding setting argument dates (2 copies), 1962-08-23
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. regarding a motion filed by Mr. Tucker in Charlottesville School Case (2 c.), 1962-08-21
itemLetter to Jane Sutherland regarding copies of court orders and transcripts (1 typescript copy), 1960-08-02
fileDickenson v. Anderson, 1938 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDillon v. Riverside, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDorney v. Dorney, 1957MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileDriver v. U.S., 1956MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: D, 1938 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileEllison v. Spruce River Coal, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileEscue v. Rasmussen, 1953 - 1955MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileEvans v. Thrasher, 1945MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileEvans v. U.S., 1944 - 1946MSS 81-7, Box 28
fileEverhardt v. Washington Fish Exchange, 1962MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileExport Leaf Tobacco v. American Insurance, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: E, 1939 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFalwell v. U.S., 1946 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFarm Bureau v. Daniel, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFarm Bureau v. Hammer, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFeamster v. Castle, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFidelity Deposit v. Bank of Giles; Fidelity Deposit v. First National Bank, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFitzgerald v. Stout, 1949 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFlanagan v. Glen Falls, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFleming v. Lewis; Fleming v. Real Estate Agency, 1947MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileIn re Edmond C. Fletcher Cases, 1942 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFood & Fruit Industries v. Natural Fruit Products, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFoster v. Brotherhood Railway Carmen; Aldred v. Brotherhood, 1948MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFox v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFretwell v. People's Service Stores, 1936 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileFritz v. Nicholson, 1940MSS 81-7, Box 29
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: F, 1939 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 30
fileGentry, Administrator v. Beatty, 1942 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 30
fileGibson v. U.S., 1959MSS 81-7, Box 30
fileGilbert v. Manning, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 30
fileJohn Gilford Estate, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 30
fileGillette Safety Razor v. Fretwell, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 30
fileGoins v. County School Board of Grayson County [segregation case], 1960 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHall v. Perley, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHall v. Perley, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileIn re Phillip H. Haney, 1941MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileIn re Phillip H. Haney, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHarris Brothers v. First National Bank, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileCity of Harrisonburg v. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry., n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileIn re Walter R. Hartman, 1960 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHatke v. National Fire Insurance, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHeffernan v. Mount Vernon Bank and Trust, 1962 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHelms v. Holmes, 1942MSS 81-7, Box 31
fileHerold v. Briscoe, 1955MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileHines & Baltimore v. L & N Railroad, 1944 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileHodges v. New York Life, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileHouff Transfer v. U.S, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileHubbard Milling v. Brown, 1947 - 1952MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileHypes v. Virginian Railway, 1941MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: H, 1939 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 32
fileIngram v. Greenleaf, 1940 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileICC (Interstate Commerce Commission) Cases, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: I, 1937 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJacob v. Clearbrook Woolen, 1955MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJeffcoate v. Virginian Railway; Kelly v. Virginian Railway, 1954MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJewell Ridge Coal v. Early, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJohnson v. Norfolk and Western, 1958 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJohnson v. U.S, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJohnson Service v. J.M. Turner, 1957 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJohnston v. Poirier, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJones v. Camp, 1947 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileJunk v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: J, 1939 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 33
fileKelly (Receiver of the Bank of Norton) v. Yeary, 1936 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileKennett v. Early, 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileKilby v. School Board of Warren County, F. 1, 1958 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 34
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Messrs. Hill, Martin, & Olphin, Attorneys at Law, [re: Judge Paul’s retirement and Judge Dalton’s appointment as his successor], 1960-07-08
itemBetty Kilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Motion to Intervene, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to O. A. Norton, Superintendent of Public Schools, Front Royal, VA, [re: transfer of Negro student], 1962-08-17
itemBetty Kilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Complaint in Intervention, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.
itemBetty Kilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Motion to Dissolve the Interlocutory Injunction, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., 1959-09-03
itemBetty Kilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Court Order, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA.,
itemBetty Kilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Court Order, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., 1960-07-26
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to William J. Phillips and S. W. Tucker, [re: Front Royal school case], 1960-09-01
itemLetter from District Judge Roby C. Thompson to District Judge John Paul, Abingdon, VA, [re: the Floyd County case], 1959-09-12
itemLetter form District Judge John Paul to William Shands Meacham, [re: Virginia Pilot editorial], 1959-02-24
itemLetter from Simon E. Sobeloff, United States Circuit Court Judge to District Judge John Paul, Harrisonburg, VA, [re: returning case files], 1959-02-16
subseriesLetter from District Judge John Paul to Simon E. Sobeloff, Baltimore Maryland, [re: copies of court files], 1950-02-13
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Oliver W.Hill, Richmond, VA, [re: redrafted order], [2 c.], 1959-02-13
itemLetter from Oliver W. Hill to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: proposed decree], 1959-02-11
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Court Order, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, [2.c. with Handwritten Notes], 1959-02-10
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Order, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., 1958-10-09
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Oliver W. Hill, [re: copies of the order], 1958-10-09
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Order, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., 1959-10-15
itemLetter from Oliver W. Hill to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: draft of decrees], 1958-10-08
itemLetter from Richard M. F. Williams Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Clerk’s Office, United States Court of Appeals, Richmond, VA, [re: copy of court opinion], 1958-10-02
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 7760, Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia at Harrisonburg, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit., 1958-10-0
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Circuit Judge Simon E. Sobeloff, Baltimore, MD, [re: Kilby court cases], 1958-09-25
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Memorandum by the Court, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, [2 c.], 1958-09-09
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Interlocutory Decree, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, [2.c.], 1958-09-08
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Motion for Interlocutory Injunction, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Plaintiffs’ Statement of Points and Authorities In Support of Motion for an Interlocutory Injunction, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Complaint, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.
fileKilby v. School Board of Warren County, F. 2, 1958-1962MSS 81-7, Box 34
itemLetter from O. A. Norton, Superintendent to District Judge John Paul, Front Royal, VA, [re: Velma Theresa transfer to Warren County High School], 1962-08-15
itemLetter from O. A. Norton to Lewis Sumers, Front Royal, VA, [re: Velma Theresa], 1962, 08-19
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to O. A. Norton, [re: Negro children transfers], 1962-07-19
itemLetter from O.A. Norton to District Judge John Paul, Front Royal, VA, [re: requests for transfers denied], 07-16
itemLetter from O. A. Norton to Cora N. Owens, Front Royal, VA, [re: transfer request approved], 1962-07-13
itemLetter from O. A. Norton to James W. Kilby, Front Royal, VA, [re: transfer request denied], [2 c.],1962-07-13
itemLetter from O. A. Norton to Florence Russell, Front Royal, VA, [re: transfer request denied], 1062-07-13
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to O. A. Norton, [re: Matthew Pines Jr.’s suspension from Warren County High School], 1962-05-18
itemLetter from O. A. Norton to District Judge John Paul, Front Royal, VA, [re: suspension of Matthew Pines Jr.], 1962-05-16
itemLetter from William J. Phillips, Attorney at Law to District Judge John Paul, Front Royal, VA, [re: Kilby case hearing scheduled for October 25th at 10:00AM in Harrisonburg, VA], 1961-10-13
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to W. J. Phillips, [re: Warren County School case hearing date], 1961-10-12
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker, John S. Battle Jr., and W. J. Phillips, [re: edits to court order], 1961-09-22
subseriesLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: proposed order], 1961-09-20
subseriesLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: draft of order], 1961-09-18
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Order [Draft with Handwritten Note page], W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA., 1961-09-13
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to John S. Battle Jr., [re: revised plan adopted by the School Board of Warren County], 1961-08-17
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: revised Public School Assignment PLan for Warren County], 1961-08-14
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, VA, [re: injunction order], 1961-06-24
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Objections to the Public School Assignment Plan, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.,
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: proposed order and non-discriminatory assignment plan], 1961-06-13
itemLetter from S. W. Tucker to District Judge John Paul, Emporia, Virginia, [re: draft order], 1961-060-07
itemKilby et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Court Order [Draft with Handwritten Edits], W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d.
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to S. W. Tucker, Otto L. Tucker, Williams J. Phillips, and John S. Battle, [re: hearing on the objections to the school assignment plan], 1961-05-22
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Oliver W. Hill and S. W. Tucker, [re: Public School Assignment Plan], 1961-05-04
itemPublic School Assignment Plan, Part II [with Handwritten Edits], certified by Q. D. Gasque, Division Superintendent of Schools of Warren County, 1961-05-01
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to John S. Battle Jr., [re: proposed order], 1960-10-07
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: proposed order]., 1960-09-28
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to John S. Battle Jr., [re: proposed order], 1960-09-22
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Court Order [Draft], W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d., [2 c.]
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to Oliver W. HIll, Richmond, VA, [re: proposed order], 1960-08-22
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Court Dismissal, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, [2 c.], 1960-08-09
itemLetter from John S. Battle Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: Motion to Dismiss recently filed case], 1960-08-03
itemLetter from Secretary from United States District Court W.D.Va. to District Judge John Paul, Abingdon, VA, [re: court paper returns], 1960-08-01
itemKilby, et al., v. The County School Board of Warren County, et al., Civil Action No. 530, Notice of Motion Under Rule 12(b) To Dismiss Complaint in Intervention, W.D.Va., Harrisonburg, VA, n.d., [2 c.]
itemMap of The Warren County High School Zone and The Criser High School Zone, Distributed by Front Royal - Warren County Advertising Committee of The Chamber of Commerce, May 1955
itemLetter from John S. Battle to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: hearing date], 1960-08-01
fileKirkland Distributing v. U.S, 1960MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: K, 1936 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLane Co. v. Coleman Furniture, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLarson v. U.S, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLawhorne v. Hercules Powder, 1947MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLemon v. U.S, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLentz v. Riverton Lime, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLetterman v. Norfolk & Western, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLondon v. Hercules Powder, 1947 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLong v. Dunkley, 1938(?),MSS 81-7, Box 34
fileLynchburg Traffic Bureau v. U.S. and Interstate Commerce Commission, 1963 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 35
fileLyons v. Bailey and Safety Motor Transit, 1936MSS 81-7, Box 35
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: L, 1936 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 35
fileMackall v. U.S; Pickett v. U.S, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 35
fileMacCorkle v. U.S, 1933 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 35
fileMaryland Casualty v. American Employers' Insurance, 1953 - 1954MSS 81-7, Box 35
fileMcAleenan v. Horning, 1944 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMcLendon v. Ramsey, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMcElrath v. Industrial Rayon, 1935 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMedford v. Ellis, 1943MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMerck v. Mathieson, 1955 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileIn re Merimac Anthracite Coal, 1933 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMiles Laboratories v. Mick-or-Mack; Miles Laboratories v. Garland, 1954 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMiller v. Harris, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMiller v. South River Mining, 1958 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMoffet v. [?], n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMorris v. Camel; Vandiver v. Camel, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 36
fileMorrison v. U.S., 1959MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileMyers v. American Well Works, 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileMyers v. Mutual Benefit, 1955MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: M, 1935 - 1955MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: Mc, 1935 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileRe: National Bank of Norton, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileNational Fruit Product v. U.S., 1952MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileNational Labor Relations Board v. Ryder Tank Lines, 1960 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileNational Toy and Tinsel v. Merimac Anthracite Coal, 1941MSS 81-7, Box 37
fileNolan v. U.S., 1950MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileNoland v. Wood Construction, 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileNonsuco v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue; San Vicente v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileNordstrom v. Firestone Tire and Rubber; Werkheiser v. Firestone Tire and Rubber, 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileNorfolk Southern v. Roanoke Iron Bridge Works, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileNorfolk and Western v. U.S, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileNovocol Chemical v. Powers and Anderson, 1942MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: N, 1932 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileIn re Henry Charles O'Dell, 1954 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 38
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: O, 1939 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 38
filePacific-Atlantic Steamship v. U.S., 1946 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 38
filePeck v. Norfolk and Western, 1947 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 38
filePeeler v. Shell Union Oil, 1938 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 38
filePenello v. Burlington Industries, 1963MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePenello v. Local No. 980, 1957MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePenello v. Roanoke Building & Construction Trades Council, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePenny v. Alexandria Building Supplies, 1951MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePeoples National Bank of Charlottesville v. U.S, 1954 - 1956MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePettry v. Lehigh Portland Cement, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePoe v. U.S., 1936 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePoti-Port v. Federal Trade Commission, 1962MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePower and Combustion v. Wilson Mandate, 1962MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePritchard v. Nelson, 1942 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 39
fileProctor v. Biller, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 39
fileIn re Production Credit Association, 1959 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePrudential Insurance v. Cupp, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePrudential Insurance v. Thomas, 1960 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePugh v. Lindsay, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 39
filePullman v. U.S, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 39
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: P, 1935 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 39
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: P, 1935 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: Q, 1950 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRachman v. Cohen, 1956 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileIn re C. L. Radford, 1956 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRailway Labor Executives Assn. v. U.S, 1962 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRakes v. U.S, 1964MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileReasor v. Crum, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRedmond v. O'Sullivan Rubber, 1950MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRichardson v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRichmond Sand and Gravel v. Motor Tug "Fisher", 1947 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRickett v. Federal Roanoke Truck Sales, 1951MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileEx parte E. J. Roberts, 1944 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRobertson v. Norfolk and Western, 1956 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRodgers v. Irvine, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRogers v. Houff, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 40
fileRe: William Edward Ross, 1946MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileRudisill v. Chesapeake and Ohio, 1946 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: R, 1933 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSampsell, et al v. Casey Jones, 1944 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSaville v. U.S, n.d.,MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileScott v. Norton Hardware, n.d.,MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSechrist v. Dyke, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileShepard & Co. v. Agwilines, 1942MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileShepherd v. Mitchell, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileShreckhise v. Ritchie, n.d.,MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSilberstein v. Virginia State Lines, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSimmons v. Atlantis Greyhound, 1947 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSmallwood v. U.S, 1934 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSmith v. Gay, 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 41
fileSmith v. National Fruit Products, 1936 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileSmith v. U.S, 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileSnead v. New York Central, 1954 - 1955MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileStandard Brands v. Eastern Shore Canning, 1947 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileStearn, et al. v. U.S. and ICC, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileSteele v. Harry Hamrick and Hoover Lines, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileStephenson v. Equitable Life Assurance Society, 1936 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileSterrett v. Hirsh, 1932 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileStevens, et al. v. Howard D. Johnson Co, 1949 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileStraight Side Basket v. Berryville Basket, 1933 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileStrong v. Cabell, 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileSutton v. Hart, n.dMSS 81-7, Box 42
fileSwanson v. Rector and Visitors of University of Virginia, 1950MSS 81-7, Box 42
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Notice of Necessity of Three-Judge Court, W.D.Va. [3 c.]
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Notice of Hearing, W.D.Va., 1950-08-16
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III to John Paul, Chief Judge. [re: Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al. Civil Action No. 30]., 1950-08-18
itemLetter from Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk, to District Judge John Paul., 1950-08-16
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Judge John J. Parker, [re: Swanson hearing date scheduled for Tuesday, September 5th]., 1950-08-16
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Messrs. Hill, Martin, & Robinson, Attorneys at Law, [re: Judge Parker, a United States Circuit Judge from Charlotte, North Carolina, and Judge Soper, a United States Circuit Judge from Baltimore, Maryland, sent an o
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., Attorney General of the State of Virginia, 1950-08-16
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mrs. Lottie M. Morrissette, Deputy Clerk, 1950-08-06
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Mr. Allen Perkins, Attorney at Law, [re: the tentatively scheduled hearing date and a request for legal briefs prior to the proceeding], 1950-08-16
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Order, W.D.Va., [re: the designation of Judge Parker and Judge Soper to the Swanson case], n.d.
itemLetter [Handwritten] from Judge John. J. Parker to District Judge John Paul, Myrtle Beach, S.C., [re: Judge Parker’s instructions to Judge Paul for the Swanson case], 1950-08-14
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Judge Parker, Myrtle Beach, S.C., [re: the details of the Swanson case], 1950-08-10
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Notice of Necessity of Three-Judge Court, W.D.Va., 1950-08-10
subseriesGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Order Convening Three-Judge Court, W.D.Va., n.d.
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., Attorney General, [re: Judge Paul’s receipt of the Statement of Facts and a copy of the answer in the Swanson case], 1950-09-01
itemLetter from Judge Parker to Judge Soper, [re: Allen Perkins’, Attorney for the University, illness and the September 5th hearing in Charlottesville; Judge Parker also mentioned news of legal decisions in Florida and Delaware that relate to the Swanson cas
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Judge Parker, [re: confirming the September 5th hearing date], 1950-08-28
itemLetter from L. Stanford Finney, United States Marshal, to District Judge John Paul, 1950-08-24
itemLetter from C. Venable Minor to District Judge John Paul, Charlottesville, Va, [re: Allen Perkins’ replacement by C. Venable Minor], 1950-08-23
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Judge Armistead M. Dobie, United States Circuit Judge, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1950-08-23
itemLetter from Judge Armistead M. Dobie to District Judge John Paul, [re: the news story of Judge Parker, Judge Soper, and Judge Paul presiding over the Swanson case], 1950-08-22
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III, to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, Virginia, [re: receipt of Judge Paul’s letter from August 21st], 1950-08-22
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to L. Stanford Finney, United States Marshal, Roanoke, Virginia, [re: Judge Paul’s request for the presence of a U.S. Marshal representative at the Swanson hearing], 1950-08-21
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Of Counsel for Plaintiff, to Judge John J. Parker and Judge Morris A. Soper, [re: copy of the complaint], 1950-08-18
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Of Counsel for Plaintiff, to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: copy of the plaintiff’s motion for preliminary injunction], 1950-08-18
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III, Of Counsel for Plaintiff, to Mr. Clarence E. Gentry, Clerk, W.D.Va., 1950-08-18
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Motion for Preliminary Injunction, Points and Authorities in Support of Motion for Preliminary Injunction, Notice of Motion for Preliminary Injunc
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Order Convening Three-Judge Court, W.D.Va., 1950-08-08
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III. to J. Lindsay Almond Jr., Allan Perkins, and John S. Battle, Governor of Virginia, [re: plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction and 10:00 AM start time of September 5th hearing], [2 c.]., 1950-08-18
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Complaint, W.D.Va., n.d.
itemMemo to the Clerk and Marshal from Spottswood W. Robinson of Hill, Martin, and Robinson, [re: Gregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia], 1950-08-07
itemLetter from District Judge John Paul to Messrs. Hill, Martin, & Robinson, Richmond, VA, [re: copy of the plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction], 1950-08-21
itemLetter from Spottswood W. Robinson, III, to Judge Parker, Judge Soper, and District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: copy of the plaintiff’s brief], 1950-08-24
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Brief on Behalf of the Plaintiff, W.D.Va. Charlottesville Division, n.d.
itemLetter from J. Lindsay Almond Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: C. Venable Minor’s designation as Mr. W. Allan Perkins’ replacement as legal counsel for the University and a copy of the defendants’’ answer], 1950-08-28
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Answer, W.D.Va., n.d.
itemLetter from J. Lindsay Almond, Jr. to District Judge John Paul, Richmond, VA, [re: Agreed Statement of Facts in the Swanson case], 1950-08-31
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Civil Action No. 30, Agreed Statement of Facts, W.D.Va. Charlottesville Division, n.d.
itemGregory Hayes Swanson v. The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, et al., Order Convening Three-Judge Court, W.D.Va. Charlottesville Division, n.d., [3 c.]
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: S , 1930 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 42
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: , 1930 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 43
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence:, 1930 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 44
fileTennessee Valley Authority v. Southern States Power, n.dMSS 81-7, Box 44
fileTiedman, et al. v. American Pigment; Tiedman, et al. v. Appalachian Electric, 1952 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 44
fileTilghman Moyer v. Pulaski National Bank, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 44
fileTomlinson v. U.S, 1935 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 44
fileTompkins v. Tompkins, 1934 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 44
fileTucker v. Fowlkes, n.dMSS 81-7, Box 44
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence, 1934 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 44
fileU.S. v. Appalachian Electric, n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. H.C. Bolling, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Boone, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Cases of Early June Peas , 1942-44, [4 separate suits]MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Chesapeake and Ohio, 1941 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Coffman, 1940 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Craddock-Terry Shoe Corp, n.d.,MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Danton, 1950 - 1953MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Fletcher, 1948 - 1954MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Franklin, 1945 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 45
fileU.S. v. Gochenaur, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Hall, 1954MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Harnsberger, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Lee Bank and Trust, 1934 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Leftwick, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. McWilliams (sediton case), 1944MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Gomery Granville Miller, 1940 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Mucherino, 1962 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Nowlin, 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. M.G. O'Farrell, 1954MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. One Chevrolet Truck, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. One Ford Coach Automobile, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Perkins, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Pittsburgh Plate Glass, 1957 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Roanoke Motor, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Saglietto; U.S. v. Ravasini , 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. St. Clair, 1944 - 1955MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Shively (Franklin County liquor conspiracy case), 1936 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Showalter, 1952(?),MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Showker, 1950-51; 1953,MSS 81-7, Box 46
fileU.S. v. Shrout, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. v. Smith, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. v. Sutherland, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. v. Town of Waynesboro, 1947 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. v. Wenzel, 1962 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. v. Wolcott , 1943 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. v. Wolfe, 1952 - 1953MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileU.S. for the use of Noland Co. v. Worsham and American Surety, 1935 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: U, 1936-60,MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileVaughan v. Ellis[?], n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileVaughan v. Miller, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileVaughn v. Virginian Railway, 1942 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileVecellio v. Bopst, 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileVirginia Stage Lines v. U.S, 1942MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileVroon v. Templin, 1960MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: V , (1934-64) 1934-64,MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileWachter v. Palumbo, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileWalker v. Farley, 1958 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileWalker v. Floyd County School Board, 1960 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 47
fileWallinger v. Certainteed Products, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWeakley v. U.S, 1945 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWeaver v. Marcus, 1947 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWedge v. Titus Nursery, 1934 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWeeks v. Weeks, 1962 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWeissman v. Davies, 1951 - 1953MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWerth v. Williams, 1952(?),MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWest v. Chesapeake & Ohio, 1951 - 1952MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWheeling Steel v U.S, 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWhitlock v. Lambert, 1954MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWhittaker v. Fossan, 1960 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWiley & Sons v. U.S. and ICC, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWilliams v. Nichols, 1959MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWilliams v. Shope, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWillis v. Dermis, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWood v. U.S, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWoods v. Forman; U.S. v. Kessler; U.S. v. Lynskey, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWright v. U.S, 1952 - 1956MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileWyant v. Caldwell, 1936 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 48
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: W , 1935 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 49
fileMiscellaneous Case Material, Primarily Correspondence: X,Y,Z, 1936 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 49
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders: A -Z , n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 50
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders:, A -Z n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 51
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders, A -Z n.d.MSS 81-7, Box 52
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders: A -Z, n.dMSS 81-7, Box 53
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders: A -Z , n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 54
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders: A -Z, n.dMSS 81-7, Box 55
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders: A -Z , n.dMSS 81-7, Box 56
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Motions, Pleadings & Orders: A -Z , n.dMSS 81-7, Box 57
fileMiscellaneous Case Notes: Handwritten Notes on Testimony taken from Bench , 1933 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 58
fileMiscellaneous Case Notes: Handwritten Notes on Testimony taken from Bench, 1933 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 59
fileMiscellaneous Case Notes: Handwritten Notes on Testimony taken from Bench, 1933 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 60
fileMiscellaneous Unknown Cases, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 61
fileMiscellaneous Criminal Cases: Correspondence, Motions, Pleadings & Orders , 1939 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 61
seriesBankruptcy Cases
fileAdministrative: Correspondence , 1928 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 62
fileAdmin.: Referees in Bankruptcy: Appointments, 1931 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 62
fileAdmin.: Referees in Bankruptcy: Appointments, 1931 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 63
fileAdmin.: Referees in Bankruptcy: Expense Accounts , 1934 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 63
fileAdmin.: Referees in Bankruptcy: Expense Accounts, 1934 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 64
fileAdmin.: Referees in Bankruptcy: Map, 1946MSS 81-7, Box 64
fileAdmin: Referees in Bankruptcy: Reports for Judicial Conferences, 1947;1954;1958MSS 81-7, Box 64
fileEdna E. Allen, 1932MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: A , 1933 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileCharles Barksdale & E.C. Buck, 1933MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileBeaver Products Co, 1932 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileBoothe Drug Store, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileHenry Potter Britt, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileJames H. Burnley, 1947(?)MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileCharles B. Burruss, 1933MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileBush & Hancock, Inc, 1933MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileAnnie L. Butler, n.dMSS 81-7, Box 65
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: B , 1932 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 65
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: B , 1932 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 66
fileSamuel Caldwell, 1945(?)MSS 81-7, Box 66
fileCarden & Carden, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 66
fileCentral States Electric Corporation , 1930 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 66
fileHallie J. Cobb, 1933 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileIsabel Cochrane, 1937(?)MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileCourtroy & Courtroy, 1958(?)MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileDavid Morse Crabtree, 1944 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: C , 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileE.L. Davis, trading as Perm-Davis Coal Co, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileJames Davis, 1949(?)MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileDixie Splint Coal Co, 1937 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: D , 1932 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 67
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: D, 1932 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileLevi Hamilton Easter, 1934 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: E, 1932 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileW.F. Flanagan, 1932 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileFuller Drug Co, 1933 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: F , 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileGeorge Garber, 1936(?),MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileS.A. Garrison, Inc, 1956 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: G, 1928 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 68
fileHailey Mercantile Co, 1932 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileWilliam Holloway, 1937 (?),MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: H , 1928 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: I, 1933-36;1949;1954,MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileVivian D. Johnston, 1932 - 1933MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileArthur G. Jones Woolen Mills Corp, 1930 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: J , 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 69
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: J, 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileReba B. Koontz, 1933MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileCharles Eugene Kyle, 1935 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: K , 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileW.D. Lawton, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileLincoln Industries, 1958(?)MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileJames Stoker Long, 1938 (?)MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: L, 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileLloyd Marcus, 1933MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: Mc , 1934 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: M , 1930 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 70
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: M, 1930 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileNational Manufacturing Co, 1958 (?),MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: N , 1934 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileFrench Oakes, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileRobert Osborn, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: O , 1933 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileGeorge William Paynter, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 71
filePride of Virginia Poultry Corp, 1959 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: P , 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: Q, 1934 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: R, 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileShawker Bros., Inc, 1950(?),MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileSidney's Incorporated , 1932 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 71
fileSidney's Incorporated,MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileAnsel Solenberger, 1959(?),MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileJames Luther Sturgill, 1956MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileJ.C. Sutherland, 1939 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: S , 1932 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileWalter Thompson, 1943(?),MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: T , 1932 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: U, 1939 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileVirginia Hot Springs Co, 1939 - 1954MSS 81-7, Box 72
fileVirginia Hot Springs Co, 1939 - 1954MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: V , 1934 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileRobert Irwin Winn, 1939MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileJesse C. Wood, 1942 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: W , 1932 - 1961MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileHarding Yates, 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileJames Elmer Yount, 1941MSS 81-7, Box 73
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: Y-Z, 1933 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 73
seriesSection 75 Bankruptcy Cases
subseriesIndividual and Business Cases
fileAdministrative: Conciliation Commissioners , 1934 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 74
fileAdmin.: Conciliation Commissioners: Forms, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 74
fileAdmin.: Conciliation Commissioners: Record of Appointments, 1934 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 74
fileAdmin.: Correspondence Regarding Statute, 1934 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 74
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records Correspondence : A, 1934 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: B, 1934 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileOder P. Carter , 1940 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileMary V. Chaney , 1937 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileLucy Conrad , 1935 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileJames L. Cunningham, 1934 - 1935MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: C, 1935 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: D, 1934 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records Correspondence: E, 1939 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 75
fileJames Flanagan, 1935 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileSallie T. Frazier, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileS. Grat Gillespie, 1934 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: G, 1934 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: H, 1934 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: J, 1935MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileNannie P. Large, 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: L, 1935 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileElizabeth Massey, 1937(?),MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileMeyers & Sifford, 1934 - 1935MSS 81-7, Box 76
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: M , 1934-40, [2 folders]MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileJames R. Nichols , 1934 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: O, 1935 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: Q, 1934 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: R, 1934 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileJ.E. Sheets, 1935 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileW.J. Shelburne, 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: S, 1934 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 77
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: T, 1934 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: U, 1935 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileC.D. Vernon, 1935 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileAnnie R. Wharton , 1935 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileD.H. Whitmore, 1942 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileG. Frank Wolfe, 1937(?)MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileRobert Page Wright, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: W, 1934 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 78
fileUnknown Case, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 78
seriesCondemnation Cases
fileAdministrative Matters, 1934 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 79
fileAdmin.: Condemnation Procedure, Rule 71A: Correspondence , 1947 - 1956MSS 81-7, Box 79
fileAdmin.: Condemnation Rule: Article by John Paul for Iowa Law Review and related correspondence, 1957 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileAdmin.: Rules of Civil Procedure for the District Courts: Preliminary Drafts of Proposed Amendments and Subsequent Reports, 1944 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileGeorge Abbitt Land (Buckingham and Appomattox), 1941MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileE.P. Akers' Heirs' Land (Montgomery), 1942MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileAnnie C. Alexander Land (Pulaski) , 1942 - 1946MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileAgnes M. Altizer Land (Pulaski), 1942 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records Correspondence: A, 1935 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileEdgar W. Bell Land (Pulaski), 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileJ.R. Bentley Land (Pulaski), 1943MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileC.A. and J.A. Bloyd Land (Bath), 1937 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileA.L. Browne Land (Rappahannock), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileLawrence A. Buzzard Land (Bath), 1932 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: B, 1940 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 80
fileBessie A. Caldwell Land (Craig and Roanoke), 1943 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileWillie Ann Cale Land (Augusta and Bath), 1941 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileRoy M. Cash Land (Amherst), 1941 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileF.J. Chapman Land (Bedford and Roanoke), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileClifton Forge National Bank Land (Botetourt), 1936 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileJ.A. Cline Land (Alleghany), 1937 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileL.M. Crabtree Land (Pulaski), 1941 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileCraig-Giles Iron Co. Land (Craig and Giles), 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileJ.W. Crouse Land (Carroll and Grayson), 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileEldon K. Crowder Land (Alleghany), 1940 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: C, 1933 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileJoseph Darnell Land (Rappahannock), 1938 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileJohn L. Dickinson, Trustee (Craig and Montgomery), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileDouthat Land Co. (Alleghany and Bath), 1937 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileWalden Dudley Estate (Pulaski), 1940 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileM.L. Earman Land (Appomattox), 1936MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileF.C. Eckmann Land (Bath), 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileEdgar S. Edwill Land (Cumberland), 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileNancy A. Elgin Land (Patrick), 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileWalter M. Elmore Land (Craig), 1949 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileEngland, Walton Co. Land (Rockingham), 1935 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 81
fileCharles F. Fielder Land (Grayson), 1936 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileForest Lumber Co. Land (Highland), 1936MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileJ.E. Fowler Land (Clarke and Loudoun), 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileMinnie B. Fudge Estate (Alleghany), 1958 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Reports & Correspondence: D-F, 1936 - 1947MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileBertha B. Galbraith Land (Botetourt and Craig), 1936 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileClaude E. Garrett Land (Washington), 1950 - 1952MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileGates, Trustee (Smyth and Washington), 1927 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileT.M. Gathright (Alleghany and Botetourt, 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileGilpin Estate Trustees Nettie C. Wiley Land (Clarke and Loudoun), 1955 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileGirard Trust Co. Land (Craig), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileEdna M. Givens Land (Craig), 1939MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileGochenour Land (Warren), 1934MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileAnnie Burke Good Land (Rockingham), 1949 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileMary Kate Gough Land (Scott), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileHagen Estate (Scott), 1935 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileK.A. Harman Land (Rockingham), 1933 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 82
fileH.H. Harmon Land (Augusta), 1942 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileB.L. Haymaker Land (Montgomery), 1941 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileT.B. Helms Land (Craig), 1941MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileJames P. Hewitt Land (Craig), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileElmer V. Hodges Land (Frederick), 1933 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileHope and Boguess Land (Botetourt), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileW.S. Hundley Land (Halifax), 1951 - 1952MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileR.S. Hurt Land (Montegomery), 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileDavid Ingram Land (Rockbridge), 1940 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileIvanhoe Mining and Smelting Corp. Land, 1950 - 1953MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: H-I, 1937 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileJenkins Land (Rappahannock), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileJohannas Jenkins Land (Rappahannock), 1937 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileLaura Johnston Land (Giles), 1950 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileRay Johnston Land (Giles), 1944 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileC.C. Jones Land (Craig), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileJames Ellwood Jones Estate (Grayson, Smyth and Wythe), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileEdwin Jordan Estate (Craig and Alleghany), 1939 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileFrederick Juchhoff Land (Cumberland), 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileKanawha-Dunlap Land Co. (Alleghany), 1937 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 83
fileA.C. Keebler Land (Smyth), 1937MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileKeystone Coal Co. Land, 1933 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileJames C. Kitzmiller Land (Washington), 1950MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileFayette S. Krenning Land (Wythe), 1941 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileA.E. Krise Land (?), 1933 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: K, 1942 - 1955MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileR.T. Lambeth Land (Augusta), 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileSchuyler Larkin Land (Craig), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileLorenzo Lawson Land (Montegomery), 1941 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileG.W. Layman Land (Craig), 1940 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileNancy E. Lee Land (Patrick), 1937 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileLeftwich Timber Co. (Amherst and Nelson), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileLincoln Investment Co. Land (Grayson and Smyth), 1934 - 1935MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileLiquidating Committee of First National Bank of Highland Co. (Bath and Highland), 1935 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileW.M. Long Land (Page and Rockingham), 1935 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileLook and Lincoln, Ltd. Land (Grayson and Smyth), 1935 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileJ.S. Lowman Land (Page and Rockingham), 1935 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: L, 1932 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileMary S. Malone Land (Montgomery), 1942 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileMaryland-West Virginia Lumber Co. Land (Shenandoah), 1934MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileHilda Masters Land (Giles), 1948 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileThomas B. McCaleb Land (Alleghany), 1939MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileLee McConnell Land (Alleghany), 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileA.H. McDannald Land (Alleghany and Bath), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 84
fileClyde E. McDannald Land (Alleghany and Bath), 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileW.H. McLeod Land (Pulaski), 1941 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileL.L. Meador Land (Cumberland), 1939MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileS.R. Millar Estate (Frederick, Shenandoah and Warren), 1935 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileA.R. Miller Land (Rockingham), 1936 - 1937MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileF.K. Miller Land (Augusta), 1935 - 1948MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileOctavia V. Miller Land (Rockingham), 1951 - 1952MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileMineral Development Co. Land (Scott), 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileW.C. Moran Land (Bath and Rockbridge), 1936 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileCharles W. Morehead Land (Pulaski), 1941 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileRay C. Moyston Land (Halifax), 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileJames W. Nethers Land (Rappahannock), 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileNorth Fork Lumber Co. Land (Highland), 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileSarah O'Riorden Land (Botetourt and Rockbridge), 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileT.A. Parker Land (Alleghany), 1940 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileWilliam F. Phillips Land (Rockingham and Shenandoah), 1935 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 85
fileWilliam S. Pool Land (Halifax), 1952 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 85
filePotts Valley Mining Manufacturing Co. (Alleghany and Craig), 1937 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileJ.B. Powers & M.E. Tracy Land (Alleghany and Botetourt), 1938MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileClark S. Price Land (Washington), 1949 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileM.A. Price Land (Shenandoah), 1939MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileLula M. Pritchard Land (Rockbridge), 1933 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileGardner C. Pruett Land (Wythe), 1949MSS 81-7, Box 86
filePulacki Iron Co. Land (Wythe), 1936 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: M-P, 1935 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileQuincy Coal Co. Land (West Virginia), 1934 - 1935MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileH.A. and C.H. Revercomb (Bath), 1940MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileStella Dalton Richardson Land (Montgomery and Pulaski), 1941 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileJohn Riggleman Land (Rockingham), 1935 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileRoaring Run Land Corp. (Botetourt), 1940 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileAnna D. Rock Land (Craig), 1949 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileW.V. Rogers Land (Alleghany), 1936 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 86
fileJohn E. Roller Estate (Rockingham), 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: R, 1934 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileShanklin Farms, Inc. (Smyth), 1936 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileWilliam M. Shoun Land, 1954MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileH.W. Silsby Land (Arlington), 1958MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileSouthwest Virginia Mineral Land Corp. (Lee), 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileW.H. Spiller Heirs Land (Smyth), 1939 - 1940MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileJ.L. Stanley Land (Grayson), 1933 - 1934MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileJ.P. Stevens & Co. (Charlotte and Halifax) , 1954 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileR.W. Stoneburner Land (Shenandoah), 1937 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileT.B. Stuart Land (Charlotte, Halifax and Mecklenburg), 1952 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: S, 1933 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileTennessee Valley Authority v. Southern States Power Co, 1939 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 87
fileH.H. Thomas Land (Alleghany), 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileJ. McDaniel Thomas Land (Washington?), 1950 - 1951MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileWilliam R. Thomas Estate (Bath and Highland), 1935 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileTide Water Oil Co. (Bath), 1939 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileF.M. Tompkins Land (Lee and Scott), 1936 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileL.B. Trigg Land (Montgomery and Pulaski), 1941 - 1946MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileTriton Chemical Land (Botetourt) and Noland Co. v. Triton Chemical [Bankrupt], 1942 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: T, 1935 - 1959MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileU.S. v. 170.32 Acres of Land, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileUnited States Lumber Co. (Bath and Highland), 1936 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileVirginia Land Bureau (Amherst, Nelson and Rockbridge), 1936MSS 81-7, Box 88
fileW.T. Whitten Land (Amherst and Nelson), 1936 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileOlive Vaughan Williams Land (Halifax), 1953 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileLina B. Wittig Land (Rockingham), 1940 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Records & Correspondence: V-W, 1933 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileRobert Young Land, 1937MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileMiscellaneous Cases: Correspondence, Motions, Pleadings & Orders, 1932 - 1936MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileMiscellaneous Cases, Matters Under Two or More Names: Records & Correspondence, 1937 - 1938MSS 81-7, Box 89
fileUnknown Cases, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 89
seriesProfessional Correspondence
fileABA (American Bar Association) Meeting, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileAlcohol Tax Unit, 1939 - 1943MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileJudge J.L. Almond, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileJudge A.D. Barksdale , 1939 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileCivil Service Retirement Act, 1940 - 1950MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileCriminal Code: Destruction of Mail Boxes, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileDiversity of Citizenship, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileJudge Armistead M. Dobie, 1939 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 90
fileClarence Gentry: Memorial Service, 1963MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileJudicial Conferences , 1942 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileJuries and Their Role, 1940MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileJuvenile Act: Juvenile Delinquency, 1941MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileMaintenance of Federal Prisoners in State & County Institutions: Report, 1939 - 1941MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileMilitary Matters: Desertion, 1943MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileMiscellaneous , 1930 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 91
fileMiscellaneous , 1930 - 1964MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileNaturalization, 1940 - 1962MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileJudge Paul's Death: Correspondence (J.L. Branch), 1964MSS 81-7, Box 92
filePre-Trial Conferences, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 92
filePre-Trial Procedure; U.S. Commissioners, 1948 - 1955MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileProbation Violators, 1941 - 1942MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileProposed Legislation: Civil Procedure Rules , 1947-48; 1954-55MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileProposed Legislation: Federal Corrections Act , 1944 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileProposed Legislation: Federal Criminal Laws: Revision, 1943 - 1944MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileProposed Legislation: Federal Judicial Code: Revision; Rules of Civil Procedure: Amendments, 1939 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 92
fileProposed Legislation: Habeas Corpus, 1947MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Immigration (McCarran-Walter Act), 1953MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Indeterminate Sentence Bill, 1941MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Insane Criminals: Treatment, 1941-42;1946,MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Interlocutory Appeals, 1952MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Judgeship Bill (Appointment of Additional District Judges), 1952 - 1954MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Miscellaneous, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Picketing of Courts; Juvenile Offenders, 1948 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Richard H. Poff, 1955MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Pre-Sentence Reports, 1944MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Probationers' Transfer of Jurisdiction, 1945 - 1946MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Salary Increase for Judges, 1945-46; 1948-49,MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Senior Judges' Administrative Duties, 1957MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Sentence Reviews by Courts of Appeals in Criminal Cases, 1956 - 1957MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Sentencing: Federal Procedure, 1957 - 1958MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileProposed Legislation: Venue Change, 1959 - 1963MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileRetirement, 1958MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileJudge Floyd Roberts, 1938 - 1939MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileWillis Robertson, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileSelective Service Act , 1936 - 1945MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileSuffrage Commission; Poll Tax, 1945 - 1949MSS 81-7, Box 93
fileJudge Roby Thompson, 1957 - 1960MSS 81-7, Box 93
seriesSpeeches and Articles
fileAdmission of Attorneys Before the Bar, 1937(?)MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileAdmission to Practice of Resident Attorneys, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileBankruptcy Act, 1934MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileClosing of Big Stone Gap Division, 1949MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileConduct of Judges, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileConscientious Objectors, 1946(?),MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileFederal Corrections Act, 1942(?),MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileInstructions for Commissioner of Shenandoah National Park, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileQualifications of Attorneys to Practice, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileRigid Interpretations of Constitution, Wagner Act, Social Security Act, etc, n.d,MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileSelection Process of Jurors, 1948(?),MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileTrends in Federal-State Relations and their Constitutional Implications, 1938MSS 81-7, Box 94
fileVoting Rights, 1941-45(?),MSS 81-7, Box 94
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