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FELIX FRANKFURTER

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“HAVE YOU ANY THOUGHTS ON THIS POINT?”:
FIVE REMARKABLE LETTERS IN A UNIQUE 1929 CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN
FELIX FRANKFURTER AND COLLEAGUE MAX LOWENTHAL

FRANKFURTER, Felix. Typed letters signed. WITH: Autograph note signed. Cambridge, Massachusetts, circa 1929.

A unique collection of original letters in a correspondence between Felix Frankfurter, future Supreme Court Justice, and Max Lowenthal, then secretary of the landmark Wickersham Commission, five items altogether, containing three typewritten letters signed by Felix Frankfurter, along with one autograph note signed by him, and a typed letter addressed to him by Lowenthal, later a key figure in the Truman administration, each speaking to the close friendship between these men and their shared goal of producing the first federal study of American law enforcement. $2500.

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PRESENTATION COPY OF THE REPORT OF PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CIVIL SERVICE, SIGNED BY THE ENTIRE COMMITTEE INCLUDING JUSTICES REED, MURPHY, JACKSON, AND FRANKFURTER

(FRANKFURTER, Felix, REED, Stanley, MURPHY, Frank et al.). Report of President's Committee on Civil Service Improvement. [Washington], February 1941.

First edition, presentation copy, of this report by the committee Roosevelt entrusted with moving several thousand federal employees into the civil service, specially bound in full morocco for Joseph Prendergast, the assistant to the chairman, and signed by all the members of the committee including the chairman, Justice Stanley Reed, Justice Felix Frankfurter, Justice Frank Murphy, Attorney General Robert H. Jackson, William H. McReynolds, Leonard D. White, General Robert E. Wood, and Gano Dunn. $1750.

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