Finding-Aid for the John C. Satterfield/American Bar Association Collection (MUM00685)

MUM00685

PURL

http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00685/

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Access Restrictions

Open for research. This collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in using this collection must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

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Summary Information

Repository
University of Mississippi Libraries
Title
John C. Satterfield/American Bar Association Collection
Date
1928-1974 1958-1970.
Extent
25.0 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
51 boxes & one oil portrait (78 linear feet).
Location note
Library Annex
Abstract
The John C. Satterfield Collection contains files related to Satterfield's involvement in the American Bar Association which he presided over from 1961-1962. The papers also include speeches and case files associated with his representation of Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett during the 1962 University of Mississippi integration crisis as well as consolidated cases of public school boards across Mississippi and the South seeking to delay desegregation.

Preferred Citation

John C. Satterfield/American Bar Association Collection (MUM00685). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

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Biographical Note

John C. Satterfield was born on 25 July 1904 in Port Gibson, Mississippi. His father was a Claiborne County attorney, and the son began working part-time in his father's office at the age of ten. Satterfield graduated from Port Gibson Junior College in 1924. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Millsaps College in 1926 and a law degree from the University of Mississippi in 1929. Satterfield supported himself at the last two institutions by working as a correspondent for the Associated Press, the Memphis Commercial Appeal, and the New Orleans  Times-Picayune. While at Millsaps, he also served as state director of the YMCA.

Admitted to the Mississippi bar in 1929, Satterfield joined the practice of Alexander & Alexander in Jackson. That same year, the twenty-year-old was elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives where he remained until 1932. During this period, Satterfield helped to draft the law which governed the building of the state highway system, chaired the Constitution Committee, and served as secretary of the Judiciary Committee.

In 1933, Satterfield married Ruth Quin with whom he had one son, John C. Satterfield Jr., and a daughter, Ellen Drake. In 1943, he married Mary Virginia Fly of Yazoo City, with whom he had a second daughter, Mary Laura.

Satterfield became a partner of Alexander & Satterfield in 1935. In 1944, he left the firm to become the senior partner of Satterfield & Ewing (transformed to Satterfield, Ewing, Williams & Shell in 1950 and Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford in 1955). In 1976, Satterfield withdrew from his partnership to form Satterfield & Allred. Satterfield served as general counsel for Mississippi Chemical Corporation in Yazoo City from 1948 to 1976 and for First Mississippi Corporation in Jackson from 1957 to 1974. He has represented the State Highway Department and served as special counsel for the City of Jackson.

In 1969, Time described Satterfield as "the most prominent segregationist lawyer in the country." Satterfield represented Governor Ross Barnett against federal obstruction charges in conjunction with the 1962 integration of the University of Mississippi. He drafted legislation for the Citizens' Councils and acted as counsel to the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission, the Coordinating Committee for Fundamental American Freedoms, and the General Legislative Investigating Committee of the Mississippi Legislature which released a report on the 1962 University of Mississippi riot and the resulting campus occupation by federal troops. In 1969-70, Satterfield served as special counsel for a number of public school districts across Mississippi and the South seeking to delay desegregation, a consolidated case that reached as high as the Supreme Court.

Satterfield was a charter member and the second chairman of the Mississippi Bar's Young Lawyers section. He was president of the Mississippi State Bar in 1954-55, and during his tenure assisted in the passage of statutes that modernized court procedures and administration and established a minimum-fee schedule for the state's lawyers.

An active member of the American Bar Association, Satterfield served on numerous committees over the years including: Rules & Calendar, Jurisprudence & Law Reform, Resolutions, Individual Rights as Affected by National Security, Continuing Legal Education, Awards to Media of Public Information, Economics of Law Practice (chair). He served on the organization's Board of Governors from 1955 through 1958 and represented Mississippi in the House of Delegates for twelve years. In August 1960, he became president-elect of the American Bar Association (the first Mississippian thus honored) and held the presidential office from 1961 through 1962.

Satterfield was also a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, served as director of the American Judicature Society, and was a charter member of Scribes (a society of authors on legal subjects). He also belonged to the American Law Institute, the International Bar Association, the Federal Bar Association, the American College of Probate Counsel, the Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association, the International Association of Insurance Counsel. Satterfield was a member of Phi Delta Phi, Beta Theta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Epsilon, the Masons, the Rotary Club of Yazoo City, and the Kiwanis Club of Jackson. A Methodist, Satterfield attended both Galloway Memorial Church in Jackson and First Methodist Church in Yazoo City, serving on the General Board of Social & Economic Relations from 1952-1960; the general conference of 1952 & 1960; and the Southeast Jurisdictional Conference in 1952, 1956, and 1960; and presiding over the Jackson District Board of Missions & Extensions.

Satterfield died on 5 May 1981 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His grave rests in Lakewood Memorial Park in Jackson.

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Scope Note

The collection primarily consists of files Satterfield maintained relating to his American Bar Association activities in the 1950s and 1960s. Topics of these ABA files include various committees, Board of Governors, House of Delegates, correspondence, meetings, speeches, invitations, membership drives, public relations, clippings, and various subjects. In addition to the American Bar Association files, the collection also includes case files related to the 1962 integration of the University of Mississippi (when Satterfield represented Governor Ross Barnett), the integration of Yazoo City public schools, and consolidated cases of public schools across the South fighting integration in the late 1960s and early 1970s. While most of the inventory description is folder-level only, a selection of files related primarily to the integration of the University of Mississippi in 1962 possess an item-level description for each document in that file. Finally, the collection also includes files on speeches and subjects not related to the ABA, as well as an oil portrait of Satterfield by the artist Greystone.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Mississippi Libraries 2007

Access Restrictions

Open.

This collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in using this collection must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

Use Restriction

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Source of Collection

The Law Center of the University of Mississippi received the bulk of the collection from John C. Satterfield in January 1981. One box of newspaper clippings followed in 1983. The University of Mississippi transferred responsibility for the collection to the Archives & Special Collections in July 2004.

Processing Information

Curators preserved the integrity of Satterfield's numerical filing system in boxes 1 through 40. Thus, the finding aid merely duplicates each folder's numerical designation. Folder titles in quotes indicate original file labels. However, boxes 41 through 50 consist of a mix of existing files lacking a numerical designation and loose material that curators sorted into files. Again, quotation marks indicate original file labels, while brackets indicate titles created by curators.

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Related Materials

Related Materials at the University of Mississippi

A portion of the John C. Satterfield/American Bar Association Collection has been digitized. See the John C. Satterfield/American Bar Association digital collection page.

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Biographical Sources

The following sources were used to prepare the Biographical Note on Satterfield:"The Apologist" Time (31 October 1969): 77."Folksy Bar Leader: John Creighton Satterfield"  New York Times (31 August 1960).Michael de L. Landon,  The Challenge of Service: A History of The Mississippi Bar's Young Lawyers 1936-1986 (Fellows of the Young Lawyers of the Mississippi Bar, 1995).  The Honor and Dignity of the Profession: A History of the Mississippi State Bar; 1906-1976 (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1979)."Satterfield, ex-ABA chief, dies at 76"  Jackson Clarion-Ledger (7 May 1981): 10B.William H. Tucker,  The Funding of Scientific Racism: Wickliffe Draper and the Pioneer Fund (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2002), pp. 64-94.

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Collection Inventory

"American Bar Association Directory, 1958-1959" 

"American Bar Association Directory, 1959-1960" 

"American Bar Association Directory, 1960-1961" 

"American Bar Association Directory, 1961-1962" 

"American Bar Association Directory, 1962-1963" 

Folder 2. "American Bar Association -- Temporary Miscellaneous" 

Folder 2.1. "American Bar Association -- Commerce Committee" 

Folder 2.2. "American Bar Association -- Admissions Committee (American Counsel Association)" 

Folder 2.3. "American Bar Association -- Rules and Calendar Committee" 

Folder 2.3-A. "American Bar Association Rules & Calendar Meeting -- 25 April 1958 -- Chicago" 

Folder 2.4. "American Bar Association -- Board of Governors -- General" 

Folder 2.4-A. "American Bar Association -- Board of Governors -- Liaison Committees [Green] 

Folder 2.4-B. "American Bar Association -- Board of Governors Meeting -- 19 May 1958 -- Washington" 

Folder 2.5. "American Bar Association -- House of Delegates -- Minutes" 

Folder 2.5-A. "American Bar Association -- House of Delegates -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 2.8-B(1). "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- State Surveys -- John D. Conner -- Subcommittees" 

Folder 2.8-B(1). "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- State Surveys -- John D. Conner -- Subcommittee" 

Folder 2.8-J(1). "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Committees -- Budget and Expenses -- Expense Accounts" 

Folder 2.8-Q(5). "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- COMMITTEE MINIMUM FEE SCHEDULES Statutory Limitations on Attorneys Fees Research Project" 

Folder 2.8-W. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice Committee -- Law School Course" 

Folder 2.8-7. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Bureau of Legal Economics (Proposed)" 

Folder 2.8-20. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Foundation Funds" 

"Economics of Law Practice -- Reports and Minutes" 

Folder 2.8-24. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Lee Loevinger" 

Folder 2.8-68. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Unauthorized Practice" 

Folder 2.8-93. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Appointments -- 1960-1961 (Chairmen and Members)" 

Folder 2.8-95. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice -- Lewis F. Powell, Jr. -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 2.9. "American Bar Association -- Canons of Ethics" 

Folder 2.10. "American Bar Association -- Rhyne, Charles -- Addresses" 

Folder 2.11. "American Bar Association -- Unauthorized Practice of the Law Committee" 

Folder 2.11-A. "American Bar Association -- Old Unauthorized Practice Committee (Max B. Reid File) (Jackson File 5184-D)" 

Folder 2.12. "American Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield -- Official" 

Folder 2.12-A. "American Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield -- Official" 

Folder 2.12-A. "American Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield -- Official Resolution and Letters" 

Folder 2.12-B. "John C. Satterfield -- Official -- Replies" 

Folder 2.12-C. "John C. Satterfield -- Official -- Lists and Data" 

Folder 2.14-A. "American Bar Association -- Atlanta Regional Meeting -- Economics of Law Practice Committee -- Presentations" 

Folder 2.14-C. "American Bar Association -- Atlanta Meeting -- Matters to be Presented to Board of Governors" 

Folder 2.14-D. "American Bar Association -- Atlanta Reports of Committees for Consideration" 

Folder 2.14-E. "American Bar Association -- Southern Regional Meeting -- Atlanta -- 19 February 1958 -- John C. Stennis -- Speech" 

Folder 2.16. "American Bar Association -- Ross Malone" 

Folder 2.18. "American Bar Association -- Court Congestion" 

Folder 2.20. "American Bar Association -- Section of Bar Activities" 

Folder 2.22. "American Bar Association -- William Logan Martin" 

Folder 2.23. "American Bar Association -- Los Angeles Meeting -- 22-29 August 1958" 

Folder 2.24. "American Bar Association -- Committee on Federal Judiciary (Legislation -- Supreme Court Opinions by Min.)" 

Folder 2.25. "American Bar Association -- Amendments to American Bar Association Constitution" 

Folder 2.27. "American Bar Association -- Mr. Justice Clark" 

Folder 2.28. "American Bar Association -- Legislative Resolves" 

Folder 2.33. "American Bar Association -- Federal Legislation -- Special Committee on" 

Folder 2.34. "American Bar Association -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 2.45. "American Bar Association -- 'Congressional Action' Bulletin of U.S. Chamber of Commerce" 

Folder 2.47. "American Bar Association -- Special Committee -- Continuing Legal Education" 

Folder 2.50. "American Bar Association -- Memphis Regional Meeting" 

Folder 2.50-B. "American Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield Program File -- Southern Regional Meeting -- Memphis -- 12-14 October" [EMPTY] 

Folder 2.52. "American Bar Association -- National Lawyers Guild" 

Folder 2.53. "American Bar Association -- Traffic Court Program" [EMPTY] 

Folder 2.54. "American Bar Association -- Earl Warren" [EMPTY] 

Folder 2.55. "American Bar Association -- Communist Tactics, Strategy and Objectives -- Special Committee Resolution adopted by American Bar Association -- 24 February 1959" 

Folder 2.56. "American Bar Association -- Meade, Miss Ada -- Presentation of Portraits to Mississippi" 

Folder 2.60. "American Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield -- Official (2nd)" 

Folder 2.60-A. "American Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield -- Official (2nd)" 

Folder 2.61. "American Bar Association -- Midyear Meeting -- 1960" 

Folder 2.63. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting 1960 -- Washington" 

Folder 2.63-D. "American Bar Association -- 1960 Meeting -- Ash Party" 

Folder 2.63-F. "American Bar Association -- 60 Meeting Assembly Delegates Election" 

Folder 2.64. "American Bar Association -- Congressional Members of the American Bar Association -- Washington Dinner -- 19 January 1960" 

Folder 2.65. "American Bar Association -- New Zealand Lawyers" 

Folder 2.68. "American Bar Association -- Earl Warren Legal Center" 

Folder 200.1. "Committees -- Miscellaneous Data -- Reports, lists, etc." 

Folder 200.1. "Committees -- Miscellaneous Data -- Volume II" 

Folder 200.1-A. "Committees -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.1-B. "American Bar Association Committees -- Final Appointments" 

Folder 200.1-C. "American Bar Association Committees -- Associate & Advisory" 

Folder 200.1-1. "Standing Committee -- Admiralty and Maritime Law" 

Folder 200.1-2. "Standing Committee -- Aeronautical Law" 

Folder 200.1-3. "American Citizenship (Data and Committee Plans) Temporary -- Only for Annual Meeting" 

Folder 200.1-3. "Standing Committee -- American Citizenship" 

Folder 200.1-3(a). "Standing Committee -- American Citizenship -- Data" 

Folder 200.1-4. "Standing Committee -- Bill of Rights" 

Folder 200.1-5. "Standing Committee -- Commerce" 

Folder 200.1-6. "Standing Committee -- Communications" 

Folder 200.1-7. "Standing Committee -- Continuing Education of the Bar" 

Folder 200.1-8. "Standing Committee -- Customs Law" 

Folder 200.1-9. "Standing Committee -- Facilities of the Law Library of Congress" 

Folder 200.1-10. Vol. I. "Standing Committee -- Federal Judiciary -- Through 31 August 1961" 

Folder 200.1-10. Vol II. "Standing Committee -- Federal Judiciary -- From 1 September 1961 to 31 October 1961" 

Folder 200.1-10. Vol. III. "Standing Committee -- Federal Judiciary -- From 1 November 1961 to 31 March 1962" 

Folder 200.1-10. Vol. IV. "Standing Committee -- Federal Judiciary -- From 1 April 1962 to Current" 

Folder 200.1-10(b). "Standing Committee -- Federal Judiciary -- Appointment of Judge Luther M. Swygert" 

Folder 200.1-10(C). "Federal Judiciary Appointments Opposed by American Bar Association: Cooper, I.B. -- New York; Morrissy, F. -- New York" 

Folder 200.1-11. "Standing Committee -- Judicial Selection, Tenure and Compensation" 

Folder 200.1-12. "American Bar Association Committee -- (to 31 December 1963) Jurisprudence and Law Reform" 

Folder 200.1-12. "American Bar Association Committee -- Jurisprudence and Law Reform (From 1 January 1964 to Current)" 

Folder 200.1-12. "American Bar Association -- Jurisprudence and Law Reform, 1965" 

Folder 200.1-12. "Jurisprudence and Law Reform Trip File, Midyear 1966" 

Folder 200.1-12. "American Bar Association Jurisprudence and Law Reform Washington - 20 May 1966" 

Folder 200.1-12(a). "Jurisprudence and Law Reform Judicial Discipline and Removal" 

Folder (200.1-12)2.13. "American Bar Association -- Jurisprudence and Law Reform -- Standing Committee" 

Folder (200.1-12)2-13-A. "American Bar Association -- Jurisprudence and Law Reform -- Judge Biggs Matters" 

Folder (200.1-12)2-13-B. "American Bar Association -- Jurisprudence and Law Reform Committee -- Paul Carrington's Resolution" 

Folder (200.1-12)2.13-C. "American Bar Association -- Jurisprudence and Law Reform -- Federal Conflict of Interest Legislation" 

Folder 200.1-13. "Standing Committee -- Law Lists" 

Folder 200.1-14. "Standing Committee -- Lawyer Referral Service" 

Folder 200.1-15. "Standing Committee -- Legal Aid Work" 

Folder 200.1-16. "Standing Committee -- Legal Assistance for Servicemen" 

Folder 200.1-17. "Standing Committee -- Membership" 

Folder 200.1-18. "Standing Committee -- Peace and Law Through United Nations" 

Folder 200.1-19. "Standing Committee -- Professional Ethics" 

Folder 200.1-19(a). "Standing Committee -- Professional Ethics -- OPN. 302 -- Minimum Fee Schedules (from 31 August 1961 to current)" 

Folder 200.1-19(a). "Standing Committee -- Professional Ethics Committee -- Submission of Minimum Fee Schedule Question" 

Folder 200.1-19(a)-1. "Standing Committee -- Professional Ethics Committee -- Submission of Minimum Fee Schedule Question -- Data" 

Folder 200.1-19(b). "Standing Committee -- Professional Ethics Committee -- 'Corporate Practice of Law by Insurance Companies' -- Brief Labrum Dinner" 

Folder 200.1-20. "Standing Committee -- Professional Grievances" 

Folder 200.1-21. "Standing Committee -- Publications" 

Folder 200.1-22. "Standing Committee -- Public Relations -- From 1 January 1962" 

Folder 200.1-22. "Standing Committee -- Public Relations -- Prior to 1 January 1962" 

Folder 200.1-22(a). "Public Relations Committee -- National Institutes on Bar Public Relations -- Also Public Relations -- Miscellaneous from San Francisco" 

Folder 200.1-23. "Standing Committee -- Regional Meetings" 

Folder 200.1-24. "Standing Committee -- Resolutions" 

Folder 200.1-25. "Standing Committee -- Scope and Correlation of Work" 

Folder 200.1-26. "Standing Committee -- State Legislation" 

Folder 200.1-27. "Standing Committee -- Traffic Court Program" 

Folder 200.1-28. "Unauthorized Practice of the Law -- Miscellaneous Correspondence Prior to 31 August 1961 -- Volume I" 

Folder 200.1-28(a). "Standing Committee -- National Conference of Lawyers and Bankers (Unauthorized Practice of the Law Committee -- Controversy)" 

Folder 200.1-28(b). "Unauthorized Practice of the Law -- North Dade Bar vs. Dade Commonwealth (Amicus Brief by American Bar Association)" 

Folder 200.1-28(d). "National Conference on the Unauthorized Practice of Law -- 24 May 1962 -- New York City, New York" 

Folder 200.1-28-e. "Unauthorized Practice of Law -- National Conference of Lawyers and Social Workers" 

Folder 200.1-28. "Unauthorized Practice of the Law -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.1-28. "Volume II Unauthorized Practice of the Law -- Miscellaneous Correspondence -- from 1 September 1961 to current" 

Folder 200.1-29. "Standing Committee -- Unemployment and Social Security" 

Folder 200.1-30. "Special Committee -- Administrative Agency Appointments" 

Folder 200.1-31. "Special Committee -- American Medical Association Committee" 

Folder 200.1-32. "Special Committee -- Atomic Attack" 

Folder 200.1-33. "Special Committee -- Atomic Energy Law" 

Folder 200.1-34. "Special Committee -- Awards to Media of Public Information" 

Folder 200.1-35. "Special Committee -- Client's Security Fund" 

Folder 200.1-36. "Communist Tactics, Strategy and Objectives Miscellaneous 1962 (All files to M. Leibmann)" 

Folder 200-1-36. "Communist Tactics, Strategy and Objectives Trip File" 

Folder 200.1-36. "Communism - Education Against (1963-1964)" 

Folder 200.1-36-1. "American Bar Association -- Communism -- Sillers Resolution" 

Folder 200.1-36-2. "American Bar Association Education Against Communism, University of Southern Mississippi Grant -- 1966" 

Folder 200.1-36-F. "Education Against Communism (Proposed Standing Committee) By-Laws - Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.1-37. "Special Committee -- Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations -- From 1 September 1962 to Current" 

Folder 200.1-37. "Relations With Lawyers of Other Nations (From 1 May 1962 - 31 August 1962)" 

Folder 200.1-37. "Relations With Lawyers of Other Nations -- From 1 December 1961-1 May 1962" 

Folder 200.1-37. "Relations With Lawyers of Other Nations -- From 1 August 1961 to 30 November 1961" 

"Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations, D. Cottrell, Chairman Trip File, containing: Cottrell Committee -- Relations w/Lawyers of Other Nations, Norberg Proposal, and State Department & Current Correspondence" 

Folder 200.1-37. "Prior to 1 August 1962 -- Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations" 

Folder 200.1-37(a). "Special Committee -- Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations A.I.D." 

Folder 200.1-37(b). "Special Committee -- Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations -- Compilation of Data by Don Channell -- Appendices A-K" 

Folder 200.1-37(c). "Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations -- Miscellaneous Data" 

Folder 200.1-37(d). "Relations with Lawyers of Other Nations -- Deductibility of Expenses to International Meetings" 

Folder 200.1-38. "Special Committee -- Corporate Lawyers' Program" 

Folder 200.1-39. "Special Committee -- Court Congestion" 

Folder 200.1-40. "Standing Committee -- Economics of Law Practice -- From 1 August 1961" 

Folder 200.1-40. "Standing Committee -- Economics of Law Practice General -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.1-40. "Special Committee -- Economics of Law Practice -- Old Correspondence from 2.8 -- Economics of Law Practice Series -- None Current" 

Folder 200.1-40(1). "Standing Committee -- Economics of Law Practice -- Financial Matters" 

Folder 200.1-40(2). "Standing Committee -- Economics of Law Practice -- Speakers Bureau" 

Folder 200.1-40(3). "Standing Committee -- Economics of Law Practice -- Minutes" 

Folder 200.1-40(4). "Standing Committee -- Economics of Law Practice -- Pension and Welfare Problems" 

Folder 200.1-40. "American Bar Association -- Economics of Law Practice (Old File in Storage)" 

Folder 200.1-41. "Special Committee -- Expansion of Headquarters Facilities" 

Folder 200.1-42. "Special Committee -- Federal Legislation" 

Folder 200.1-43. "Special Committee -- Federal Liens" 

Folder 200.1-44. "Special Committee -- Federal Rules of Procedure" 

Folder 200.1-45. "Special Committee -- Income Tax -- Submission of Amendment" 

Folder 200.1-46. "Special Committee -- Individual Rights as Affected by National Security" 

Folder 200.1-47. "Special Committee -- International Unification of Private Law" 

Folder 200.1-48. "Special Committee -- Lawyers in the Armed Forces" 

Folder 200.1-49. "Special Committee -- Legal Services and Procedure" 

Folder 200.1-49. "Special Committee -- Legal Services and Procedures -- From 1 January 1962" 

Folder 200.1-50. "Special Committee -- Military Justice" 

Folder 200.1-51. "Special Committee -- 1965 Annual Meeting" 

Folder 200.1-52. "Special Committee -- Nonpartisan Selection of Federal Judiciary" 

Folder 200.1-53. "Special Committee -- Postal Regulations" 

Folder 200.1-54. "Special Committee -- Professional Relations" 

Folder 200.1-55. "Special Committee -- Proposed Revision of Judicial Canon 35" 

Folder 200.1-55(a). "Special Committee -- Revision of Judicial Canon 35 -- Data" 

Folder 200.1-56. "Special Committee -- Retirements Benefits" 

Folder 200.1-57. "Special Committee -- Retirement Plan" 

Folder 200.1-58. "Special Committee -- Rights of the Mentally Ill" 

Folder 200.1-59. "Special Committee -- To Follow Litigation against Commissioner of Patents" 

Folder 200.1-60. "Special Committee -- Uniform Evidence Rules for Federal Courts" 

Folder 200.1-61. "Special Committee -- Washington Committee" 

Folder 200.1-62. "World Peace Through Law -- C. Rhyne, Chairman -- Trip File" 

Folder 200.1-62. "Special Committee -- World Peace Through Law" 

Folder 200.1-62. "World Peace Through Law (Old File in Storage)" 

Folder 200.1-62-1. "Trip File American Bar Association -- World Peace Through Law World Conference Washington 12 September-18 September 1965" 

Folder 2.1-62-2. "American Bar Association -- World Peace Through Law World Conference Geneva -- 9 July-14 July 1967" 

Folder 200.1-63. "American Bar Association Section -- Administrative Law" 

Folder 200.1-63(a). "American Bar Association Section -- Federal Hearing Examiners" 

Folder 200.1-63 (b). "American Bar Association Section -- Administrative Law -- Legislative Reference (Proposed)" 

Folder 200.1-64. "American Bar Association Section -- Antitrust Law" 

Folder 200.1-65. "American Bar Association Section -- Bar Activities" 

Folder 200.1-66. "American Bar Association Section -- Corporation, Banking and Business Law" 

Folder 200.1-67. "American Bar Association Section -- Criminal Law" 

Folder 200.1-68. "American Bar Association Section -- Family Law" 

Folder 200.1-69. "American Bar Association Section -- Insurance, Negligence, and Compensation Law" 

Folder 200.1-70. "American Bar Association Section -- International and Comparative Law" 

Folder 200.1-70(a). "American Bar Association Section -- International and Comparative Law --Bulletin -- Article by John C. Satterfield -- Deadline: 15 October" 

Folder 200.1-71. "American Bar Association Section -- Judicial Administration" 

Folder 200.1-72. "American Bar Association Section -- Junior Bar Conference" 

Folder 200.1-73. "American Bar Association Section -- Labor Relations Law" 

Folder 200.1-74. "American Bar Association Section -- Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar" 

Folder 200.1-75. "American Bar Association Section -- Mineral and Natural Resources Law" 

Folder 200.1-76. "American Bar Association Section -- Municipal Law" 

Folder 200.1-77. "American Bar Association Section -- Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law" 

Folder 200.1-78. "American Bar Association Section -- Public Utility Law" 

Folder 200.1-79. "American Bar Association Section -- Real Property, Probate and Trust Law" 

Folder 200.1-80. "American Bar Association Section -- Taxation" 

Folder 200.1-81. "Special Committee to Consider Revisions of Association's Constitution and By-Laws -- From 1 August 1961" 

Folder 200.1-81. "Special Committee to Consider Revisions of Association's Constitution and By-Laws -- Prior to 1 August 1961 -- Replacement -- Original Lost" 

Folder 200.1-82. "Special Committee to Study Current Needs in Legal Education (former Legal Education and Admissions to Bar)" 

Folder 200.1-83. "Board of Governors -- Administrative Committee -- to 31 August 1962" 

Folder 200.1-83(a). "Board of Governors -- Administrative Committee -- from 1 September 1962" 

Folder 200.1-84. "Board of Governors -- American Bar Association Medal" 

Folder 200.1-85. "Board of Governors -- Association Committees and Sections" 

Folder 200.1-86. "Board of Governors -- Budget Committee" 

Folder 200.1-87. "Board of Governors -- Pending Applications" 

Folder 200.1-88. "Board of Governors -- Ross Bequest" 

Folder 200.1-89. "Board of Governors to Cooperate with the Executive Branch of the Government" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-90. "Board of Governors -- Uniform State Laws [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-91. "Board of Governors -- Washington Office" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-92. "Board of Governors to Re-Examine the Investment Program of the Association" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-93. "Board of Governors on President's Speaking Engagements" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-94. "Board of Governors to Study the Proposals of the Special Committee on Economics of Law Practice" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-95. "House of Delegates -- Credentials and Admissions" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-96. "House of Delegates -- Draft" 

Folder 200.1-97. "House of Delegates -- Hearings" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-98. "House of Delegates -- Rules and Calendar" 

Folder 200.1-99. "House of Delegates -- House of Elections" 

Folder 200.1-100. "American Bar Association Journal -- Board of Editors" 

Folder 200.1-101. "American Bar Foundation -- Standing Committee -- Budget" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-102. "American Bar Foundation -- Standing Committee -- Finance" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-103. "American Bar Foundation -- Standing Committee -- Library Services" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-104. "American Bar Foundation -- Standing Committee -- Research" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-105. "American Bar Foundation -- Special Committee -- Administration of Criminal Justice" 

Folder 200.1-106. "American Bar Foundation -- Special Committee -- American Statutory Law" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-107. "American Bar Foundation -- Special Committee -- Corporate Laws Annotated" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.1-108. "American Bar Foundation -- Special Committee -- Federal Tax Procedure" 

Folder 200.1-109. "American Bar Foundation -- Special Committee -- Procedures in Hospitalization and Discharge of the Mentally Ill" 

Folder 200.1-110. "Special Committee -- Unification of International Private Law" 

Folder 200.1-111. "Effective Justice Speech" 

Folder 200.1-111. "Effective Administration of Justice -- Miscellaneous Correspondence From 1 January 1962 to ______" 

Folder 200.1-111. "Special Committee for Effective Coordination of Administration of Justice -- T. Clark, Chairman -- To 31 December 1961" 

Folder 200.1-111(A). "Effective Coordination of Judicial Administration -- Foundation Funds" 

Folder 200.1-111(B). "Special Committee for Effective Coordination of Administration of Justice -- Data" 

Folder 200.1-112. "Electronics -- Data Retrieval" 

Folder 200.1-112. Volume II "Electronic Data Retrieval -- Miscellaneous Correspondence -- 1 January 1962 to ____" 

Folder 200.1-112(a). "Special Committee -- Electronics Data Retrieval" 

Folder 200.1-112(a). "Special Committee -- Electronics Data Retrieval -- Speech Material" 

Folder [200.1-113]. "Electronics -- Data Retrieval Speech" 

Folder 200.1-114. "Placement Service for Lawyers" 

Folder 200.1-115. "From 1 October 1961 to current -- Cuban Lawyers and Judges in Exile" 

Folder 200.1-115. "Prior to 1 October 1961 -- Cuban Lawyers and Judges in Exile" 

Folder 200.1-116. "Special Committee -- Lawyers in Government Service" 

Folder 200.1-117. "Special Committee -- Lawyers and Legal Services in the Defense Establishment" 

Folder 200.1-118. "Special Committee -- To Study Financing in Field of Legal Education" 

Folder 200.1-118-1. "Educational Trust of the American Bar Association (Committee to Study Financing in Field of Legal Education) -- Peter Home" 

Folder 200.1-119. "Special Committee To Consider Possible Participation of Legal Profession in 1964 World's Fair" 

Folder 200.1-120-1. "Lawyers Title Guaranty Funds -- Speech Material File" 

Folder 200.1-121. "Special Committee -- Personal Injury Claims" 

Folder 200.1-121(a). "Special Committee -- Personal Injury Claims -- Data" 

Folder 200.1-121(b). "Special Committee -- Personal Injury Claims -- Data" 

Folder 200.121(c). "Special Committee -- Personal Injury Claims -- Data -- containing 'Research Projects,' 'ABA History,' 'Compensation Plaus(?) Literature'" 

Folder 200.2. "Speech Material -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.2-1. "Speech Material -- Miscellaneous Material" 

Folder 200.2-2(A). "Speech Material -- Miscellaneous -- Black Book Pages" 

Folder 200.2-2(S). "Speech Material -- Supreme Court & Miscellaneous Correspondence Volume I" 

Folder 200.2-3. "Mississippi -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-3. "Invitations Declined -- 1960" 

Folder 200.2-4. "Constitution -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-4(a). "Constitution -- Speech Material -- Federal Preemption of State and Local Powers" 

Folder 200.2-4(s). "Speech Material -- Constitution Data" 

Folder 200.2-5. "Segregation -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 6 October 1962 from Richard W. Edmonds to Satterfield, re: publication "Segregation is Justified" & Satterfield's order for 53 copies, promoting pamphlet concerned about the menace of communism "Super-Patriots, or Super-Scared" by Richard W. Edmonds 

Folder 200.2-5. Pamphlet "Super-Patriots, or Super Scared?" Re: communism 

Folder 200.2-5. Booklet. "Investigation of Public School Conditions" (Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate Public School Standards and Conditions and Juvenile Delinquency in the District of Columbia of the Committee on the District of Columbia) 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document, undated. "Racial Mixture or Integration as the Cure of All Racial Problems, Particularly in School." 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document, untitled, re: integration of schools, discrimination, fear and racial violence in face of integration, parent accounts of their children's experience, illegitimacy in Washington DC, part of notes from "Racial Mixture or Integration as the Cure of all Racial Problems, Particularly in the Schools." 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article "Sever VFW Ties: Ohio Majorettes Balking on Mixing" Jackson Daily News (21 November 1962). 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 29 October 1958 from Percy Greene to Satterfield, re: copy of address by Booker T. Washington at the Atlanta Exposition in 1903, belief that its reading could calm current racial tensions, claim that few "negroes or negro leaders" have read Booker T. Washington's speech, reprint of Washington's speech to help with current race relations 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document. "The Address of Booker T. Washington delivered at the Atlanta Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia." 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. "A Visit to Hyannis: Reverse Freedom Riders Stir Anger, Worry on Cape Cod" Wall Street Journal (15 June 15 1962) 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 17 September 1962 from Satterfield to Dugas Shands, re: Martin's letter 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 14 September 1962 from Granville L. Martin to Satterfield, re: school segregation 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 7 August 1962 from Mary Dunaway, secretary to Satterfield, to Marvin Brooks Norfleet, re: enclosed copy of amicus curiae brief in the case of Board of Education of the City of Memphis vs. Northcross, Satterfield's schedule and correspondence 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 29 May 1962 from Kit [Haynes] to Satterfield, re: editorial from the Washington Post concerning the state legislature giving public funds to the White Citizens Councils 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 13 July 1962 from Marvin Brooks Norfleet to the Satterfield, re: integration of schools, federal government, and judicial dictatorship 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter to the editor of the Shreveport Journal, re: letter written on 23 July 1961 to Joseph Kennedy about freedom riders 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter 8 July 1961 to the editor of the Shreveport Journal, re: the Kennedy family instigating freedom riders 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 3 June 1961 to the editor of the Shreveport Journal, re: similarity in the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations 

Folder 200.2-5. Envelope addressed to Satterfield postmarked 7 June 1962 from [Tuj] California 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper. Common Sense: America's Newspaper Against Communism (1 June 1961 issue) 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. Tom Ethridge, "Mississippi Notebook" Jackson Clarion-Ledger (13 March 1962) 

Folder 200.2-5. Pamphlet. "Project: Understanding...important new public affairs films now available for your use! Films available from the Citizens' Council Forum." 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 1 February 1962 from Ashley Sellers to Satterfield, re: address of Professor Alfred H. Kelly of Wayne State University before the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Society, copy of account dated 21 January 1962, same account in 5 February 1962 issue of U.S. News and World Report 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. "Satterfield Sees No Concern Over Negro Issue." 

Folder 200.2-5. Envelope postmarked 24 January 1962 from Jackson, MS to Satterfield 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document. Robert Dresser, "The United Nations an Increasing Menace to the USA," published as an advertisement in the Providence Journal (13 November 1961) by Robert Dresser 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document dated 5 January 1962. Robert Dresser, "The United States Should Withdraw from the United Nations and Compel its Removal from this Country." 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. "What is Positive Program to Meet Racial Crisis?" State Times (4 January 1962). 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document dated 15 December 1961 from Satterfield to Anthony Earl, re: letter from Edith S. Sampson, a black lawyer in Chicago, information for Nigerian conference, outstanding members of the "negro race" in the United States and their achievements, "negro lawyers" in all states in Africa and cooperation with lawyers from other countries for work of association. 2 copies 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 29 November 1961 from Edith S. Sampson to Satterfield, re: attached material regarding Sampson's personal data, Douglas Wynn, Nigeria 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 15 December 1961 from Satterfield to Edith S. Sampson, re: copy of address, Douglas Wynn, Nigeria. 2 copies 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. "Honest John," re: Thomas Dixon 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. "Racial Truce: South is Growing Less Tolerant of Violence, Acts of Intimidation" Wall Street Journal (18 August 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document. Re: part of bibliography concerning racial discrimination and desegregation 

Folder 200.2-5. Handwritten letter signed dated 9 July 91961 from [illegible] to Satterfield, re: bull session, enclosing two articles of interest on Freedom Riders 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper. Venezuela Daily Journal (8 July 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5. Magazine. The Reporter (22 June 1961) with Eudgene V. Rostow's "The Freedom Riders and the Future" and David Halberstam's "The Kids Take Over." 

Folder 200.2-5. Fragment from Massachusetts Law Quarterly "Why Not More Police Dogs?" 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article "Violence in the South Really a Symbol of Gain" Washington Post (28 May 1961). 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document dated 14 June 1961. "A View From a Tight Small Compartment," re: address on segregation by Ralph McGill, publisher of the Atlanta Constitution, at the annual meeting of the Harvard Law School Alumni Association and the Harvard Foundation for Advanced Study and Research 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed document dated 3 June 1961. Re: address of Congressman Jamie L. Whitten on the occasion of Jefferson Davis' birthday. 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 30 June 1961 from Satterfield to Jamie L. Whitten, re: thanks for letter of 19 June and copy of address 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 19 June 1961 from Jamie L. Whitten to Satterfield, re: H.R. 10 and copy of speech Whitten made on Jefferson Davis' birthday 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. Al Capp, "White Negro Enjoys Unusual Problems." 

Folder 200.2-5. Pamphlet. "Winning Essays in the 1960 Contest Sponsored by the Association of Citizens' Councils of Mississippi," re: "Why Separate Schools Should be Maintained for the White and Negro Races" by Lloyd Wilson and "Why I Believe in Social Separation of the Races of Mankind" by Mary Rosalind Healy 

Folder 200.2-5. Journal article. U.S. News & World Report (5 June 1961), pp. 47-48. Re: "We Can Maintain Order," interview with Hodding Carter, editor of Greenville  Delta Democrat-Times; "Hotheads are Responsible," interview with James E. Mills, editor of  Birmingham Post-Herald; "They're Asking for Trouble," interview with James Ward, editor of  Jackson Daily News; "Senator Eastland on the 'Freedom Riders.'" 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper articles. "Wave of Negro Militancy Spreading Over the South" and "Lockheed Drafts Equal Jobs Plan" New York Times (14 May 1961). 

Folder 200.2-5. Article. R. Carter Pittman, "Equality Versus Liberty: The Eternal Conflict," American Bar Association Journal Vol. 46 (August 1960). 

Folder 200.2-5. Pamphlet. Bela Hubbard, "The Hybrid Race Doctrine: A Critical Analysis of Some Teachings of Modern Anthropology" (1962). With inscription "Put this where we will have it for speech on segregation 7/62 -- good." 

Folder 200.2-5. Article. Elijah Muhammad, "Separation or Trouble?" Los Angeles Herald-Dispatch (1 December 1960). 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. "Orleanians Ask School Action" (29 January 1961), re: school discrimination and segregation 

Folder 200.2-5. Booklet. Stuart O. Landry, "We Need a Voice of the South" (Federation for Constitutional Government), re: segregation 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 20 December 1960 from Satterfield to the Atlanta Committee for Cooperative Action, re: request for copy of publication "A Second Look -- A Negro in Atlanta." 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter signed dated 8 December 1960 from James M. Spiro to Satterfield, re: brochure of interest 

Folder 200.2-5. Article. F. Edward Hebert, "Breaking Point?" South: The News Magazine of DIXIE (12 December 1960). 

Folder 200.2-5. Typed letter dated 23 June 1960 from Henry Plowdeeper to William B. Aycock, president of the University of North Carolina, re: integration 

Folder 200.2-5. Booklet. L.H. Perez, "The Challenge to the South and How It Must Be Met," re: problems confronting the South as posed by the National Democratic platform, white solidarity, communists 

Folder 200.2-5. Article. Drew L. Smith, "The Puerto Rican Problem" (Federation for Constitutional Government). 

Folder 200.2-5. Article. Stuart Cloete, "Who Pays the Piper?" (Citizen's Councils). 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper article. Joseph E. Evans, "Africa for the Africans: Centuries of Self-Rule Brought a More Terrible Bondage" Wall Street Journal (23 August 1960) 

Folder 200.2-5. Reprint. "Mixed Schools and Mixed Blood: Extension of Remarks of the Honorable L. Mendel Rivers of South Carolina in the House of Representatives January 22, 1957" Congressional Record (85th Congress, First Session) 

Folder 200.2-5. Memorandum dated 12 January 1959, re: book The Deep South Says Never by Martin 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper articles. James Robert Elliot, "Eloquent Federal Judge" & Hedrick Smith, "Dr. King set Back in U.S. Court Test." 

Folder 200.2-5. Newspaper column. Tom Ethridge, "Mississippi Notebook" Jackson Clarion Ledger (20 May 1960) 

Folder 200.2-5a. "Negro Publications and Comments" 

Folder 200.2-5a. Typed letter dated 3 January 1962 from Anthony S. Earl to John H. Johnson, re: economic status of blacks, speech by Edith S. Sampson entitled "The Negro in Maturing America," request for figures on economic progress 

Folder 200.2-5a. Typed letter dated 15 December 1961 from Satterfield to Anthony Earl, re: preparation of memorandum, Edith Sampson, request for material pointing out outstanding members of "Negro race" in the US and their achievements, contacts with "Negro lawyers" in all states of Africa. 

Folder 200.2-5a. Typed letter signed dated 29 November 1961 from Edith S. Sampson to Satterfield. Re: material promised, statistics as of 1951, Douglas Wynn from Mississippi on the United States Commission for NATO, attached page of information for Sampson. 

Folder 200.2-5a. Typed document dated 1951. Edith S. Sampson, "The Negro In Maturing America," re: speech for Scandinavian tour 

Folder 200.2-5a. Handwritten document, re: list of figures concerning "Negro population" in the United States from 1950 and 1951. 

Folder 200.2-5a. Newspaper article. "Let's Lock Shields" Meridian Star (10 January 1961). 

Folder 200.2-5a. Article. "An American Negro Looks at Black Africa" U.S. News and World Report (16 January 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5a. Typed letter signed dated 31 January 1961 from M. Carl Holman to Satterfield, re: pamphlet entitled "A Second Look: The Negro Citizen in Atlanta." 

Folder 200.2-5a. Pamphlet. "A Second Look: The Negro Citizen in Atlanta." (Atlanta Committee for Cooperative Action, 1960) 

Folder 200.2-5a. Article. Robert S. LaVine, "The Negro Market: A $16 Billion Sales Challenge" Dun's Review and Modern Industry (October 1957) 

Folder 200.2-5a. Memorandum. Re: make a file on "Negro newspapers and comments under segregation." 

Folder 200.2-5a. Typed letter dated 19 December 1960 from Satterfield to Herald-Dispatch, re: subscription, request for reprint of editorial dated 24 November 1960 entitled "Our Immature Society." 

Folder 200.2-5a. Article. "Our Immature Society" Herald-Dispatch (24 November 1960) 

Folder 200.2-5a. Memorandum. Re: make a file on segregation, New Orleans, and copy of district order from the Times-Picayune and citizens council magazine for file 

Folder 200.2-5s. "Speech Material -- Segregation Volume I" 

Folder 200.2-5s. The Citizen (May 1962). 

Folder 200.2-5s. Typed letter signed dated 8 June 1962 from W.J. Simmons, editor of The Citizen, to Satterfield, re: copy of letter to Gibson B. Witherspoon, Judge Hiemstra visiting Mississippi from South Africa, visit of Reverend D.F.B. DeBeer, enclosed material 

Folder 200.2-5s. Booklet. William J. Simmons, "A Comparison of Attitudes During Reconstructions I and II." 

Folder 200.2-5s. The Citizen (June 1962). With marked article "Why Integration is Un-Christian" by Reverend T. Robert Ingram 

Folder 200.2-5s. The Citizen (November 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Texas Councilor (5 December 1960) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Reprint. Jared Y. Sanders, "Implications of the Segregation Decision" Louisiana Bar Journal Vol. 4, No. 2 (October 1956). 2 copies 

Folder 200.2-5s. Reprint. "Report of the Committee on Federal Legislation on the American Bar Association Recommendations Concerning Legislation to Alter the Effects of Recent Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States" Record of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York Vol. 14, No. 6 (June 1959) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Booklet. In the Supreme Court of the United States The Board of Education of the City of Memphis vs. Deborah A. Northcross et al, Minors by T.W. Northcross. Motion of Memphis Citizens Council, a Corporation of Memphis, TN, for leave to file a brief of Amicus Curiae, in the above styled cause & Amicus Curiae brief of Memphis Citizens' Council a Corporation of Memphis, TN 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Boxing Gone, Baseball Next" Jackson Daily News (25 November 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Yes, Sir, Mr. President" St. Louis Globe-Democrat (13 November 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Irresponsible UN Urchins Use World for Football" Jackson Daily News (18 November 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Negro Vote Drive: Groups in South Seek Bigger Political Role to Speed Desegregation" Wall Street Journal (6 November 1961). 

Folder 200.2-5s. Typed letter from the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the White Citizens' National Organization for the Betterment of America to All Americans. 

Folder 200.2-5s. Typed document signed. Ben F. Bloodworth, "The Truth About Integration." 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Negroes Push Voting Drive" (6 April 1962) Commercial Appeal 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Group Formed to Press Negro Voting in the South" St. Louis Post-Dispatch (29 March 1962) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Article. "Migration of Negroes -- Here Is Real Story" U.S. News and World Report (7 May 1962) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Typed document signed dated 2 January 1962. Re: affidavit of meeting on 15 December 1961 concerning the Mississippi Free Press and members attending, including Medgar Evers, Hico Publishing Company as publisher of  Mississippi Free Press 

Folder 200.2-5s. Newspaper. Mississippi Free Press (16 December 1961) 

Folder 200.2-5s. Typed document dated October 1963. re: Rippling Creek Club vs. United States of America, segregation in country clubs. 2 copies 

Folder 200.2-6. "States Rights -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-6. Brochure. "Our Legalized Monetary Swindles." 

Folder 200.2-6. Newsletter. Congressional Action, Legislative Bulletin for Congressional Action Committees of Chambers of Commerce and Trade and Professional Associations Vol. 7, No. 18 (10 May 1963) 

Folder 200.2-6. Article. "We've Got the Planes -- What about the Men?" Reader's Digest (1963), pp. 113-114 

Folder 200.2-6. Booklet. "Federal Subsidies: The Facts and The Fiction" (March 1963) 

Folder 200.2-6. Typed letter signed dated 5 October 1961 from Jack M. Freeman to Satterfield, re: congratulations on election to presidency of the American Bar Association, encourage Satterfield to run for Senate because of need for Southern senators to speak out against integration 

Folder 200.2-6. Article. "Never Say Die" Meridian Star (31 May 1961). 

Folder 200.2-6. Article. "Montgomery and the World" Wall Street Journal (24 May 1961) 

Folder 200.2-6. Article. "Rebellion Terror Felt by South Angola Whites" Memphis Press-Scimitar (26 May 1961) 

Folder 200.2-6. Article. "'Welensky Lashes U.S. Who Are They to Lecture on Colour Issue?'" 

Folder 200.2-6. Sunday Express (21 May 1961). 

Folder 200.2-6. Typed letter dated 19 August 1960 from Satterfield to Dr. George C.S. Benson, re: article "Future of States" in Governmental Research Association Reporter 

Folder 200.2-6. Typed letter dated 10 January 1961 from Satterfield to Emil J. Sady, re: pamphlet "Research in Federal-State Relations." 

Folder 200.2-6. Typed letter dated 6 December 1960 from Satterfield to Brookings Institution, re: request for Emil J. Sady's address in regards to "Research in Federal-State Relations." 

Folder 200.2-6. Article. J. Howard Pew, "Social Issues and Politics -- Are Churches Going Too Far" U.S. News and World Report (25 April 1960) 

Folder 200.2-6. Typed letter dated 17 June 1960 from Satterfield to E. Cresswell, re: compiling data concerning the way that the federal government has impinged upon state governments in area of taxation, regulation of business, and related matters, complete review of the encroachment of the federal government on state governments, request advisement on sources 

Folder 200.2-6. Typed letter dated 9 June 1960 from Satterfield to Post Printing Company, re: request for copies of "Usurpers -- Foes of Free Men" by Hamilton A. Long 

Folder 200.2-6s. "Speech Material -- States Rights Volume I" 

Folder 200.2-6s. Typed letter dated 22 June 1960 from Satterfield to C.H. Moses, re: letter of June 11, Benson Report Vol. 11, No. 1 (First Quarter 1959) 

Folder 200.2-6s. Typed letter signed dated 11 June 1960 from C.H. Moses to Satterfield, re: address at State Bar Association, request copy of Benson report 

Folder 200.2-6s. GRA Reporter Vol. 11, No. 1 (First Quarter 1959). With "Future of the States" by George C. S. Benson 

Folder 200.2-6s. Typed document dated 22 April 1959. "The Future of the States: Address by Dr. George C.S. Benson, President of Claremont Men's College, to the New Mexico Taxpayers Association Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico." 2 copies 

Folder 200.2-6s. "Speech Material -- States Rights Volume II" 

Folder 200.2-6s. Typed document. William A. Shuford, "Federal Encroachment on State Rights." 

Folder 200.2-6s. Handwritten letter signed dated 7 October 1961 from Herbert S. Phillips to Satterfield, re: enclosed copies of article might be considered in Bar Journal, unable to attend meeting in Birmingham 

Folder 200.2-6s. Typed document. Herbert S. Phillips, "Prophetic Dangers That Are Threatening With Increasing Force The Complete Nullification of States Rights." 

Folder 200.2-6s. Article. Joseph L. Call, "Federalism and the Ninth Amendment" Georgia Bar Journal (reprinted from  Dickenson Law Review Vol. 64, No. 2 (January 1960) 

Folder 200.2-6s. Brochure. "I Am the Bill of Rights" (Association of Citizens' Council) 

Folder 200.2-6s. Article. Judge Walter B. Jones, "The Faceless Amendment" South: The News Magazine of Dixie Vol. 26, No. 5 

Folder 200.2-6s. Booklet. "The Bill of Rights" (167th Anniversary Program and Speakers Manual) 

Folder 200.2-6s. Liberty: A Magazine of Religious Freedom Vol. 56, No. 2 (March-April 1961) 

Folder 200.2-7. "Government Expenditures -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-7(a). "'Sovereign States Will Never Die -- They Only Fade Away!' Speech on Government Spending" 

Folder 200.2-7(s). "Speech Material -- Government Expenditures -- Volume I" 

Folder 200.2-7(s). "Speech Material -- Government Expenditures -- Volume II" 

Folder 200.2-8(s). "Speech Material -- Foreign Policy" 

Folder 200.2-9. "Religious -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-10. "Fifth Amendment -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-11. "Speech Material -- Communism -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.2-11-1. "Speech Material -- Communism -- Miscellaneous Drafts" 

Folder 200.2-11-2. "Speech Material -- Communism -- American Bar Foundation" 

Folder 200.2-11-3. "Speech Material -- Communism -- Data (Current)" 

Folder 200.2-11-4. "Speech Material -- Communism and Religion" 

Folder 200.2-11-5. "Speech Material -- Socialism Compared to Communism" 

Folder 200.2-11-6. "Speech Material -- Communism -- Data" 

Folder 200.2-12. "Law School Addresses -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-13. "American Bar Association -- Intergovernmental Relations -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.2-14. "United Nations (S) Volume I" 

Folder 200.2-15(a). "Speech Material -- Economics of Law Practice" 

Folder 200.2-15-3. "'Forms' -- Use of By Lawyers" 

Folder 200.2-16. "Speech Material -- Law -- Ethical (Comparison with Law of God, Law of Nature, etc.)" 

Folder 200.2-17. "Speech Material -- Jokes" 

Folder 200.2-18. "Welfare" 

Folder 200.2-19. "National Defense" 

Folder 200.2-20. "Legal Education in the United States" 

Folder 200.2-21. "Speech Material -- Education" 

Folder 200.2-22. "Speech Material -- Voting" 

Folder 200.2-23. "Speech Material -- Automobile Accident Compensation Plan" 

Folder 200.2-24. "Speech Material -- Interprofessional Relations -- Volume II" 

Folder 200.2-25. "Speech Material -- Trade, Common Market, Etc." 

Folder 200.4. "Coordinator and Public Relations Bulletin" 

Folder 200-5. "State Delegates Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.6. "United States Congress -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.7. "Pacific Northwest Regional Meeting -- Portland, Oregon -- 24-26 May 1960" 

Folder 200.8. "Kentucky State Bar -- Louisville -- 7 April 1960" 

Folder 200.9. "University of Mississippi -- 12 April 1960" 

Folder 200.10. "Memphis and Shelby County Bar -- 13 April 1960" 

Folder 200.11. "Hattiesburg Kiwanis Club -- 21 April 1960" 

Folder 200.12. "Florida Bar -- Miami -- 7 May 1960" 

Folder 200.13. "Board of Governors -- Washington -- 16-19 May 1960" 

Folder 200.14. "American Law Institute" 

Folder 200.15. "Alabama University -- Birmingham -- 20 May 1960" 

Folder 200.16. "Mississippi State Bar -- Jackson -- 16-19 June 1960" 

Folder 200.16(A). "Mississippi State Bar -- 1960 Whitney North Seymour" 

Folder 200.17. "Illinois State Bar -- Waukegan -- 23 June 1960" 

Folder 200.18. "North Dakota State Bar -- Grand Forks -- 24 June 1960" 

Folder 200.19. "Summary of Activities" 

Folder 200.20. "American Bar Association -- American Bar Foundation (Old File in Storage)" 

Folder 200.20. "American Bar Foundation -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.20-1. "American Bar Foundation -- Budget, Salaries and Grants" 

Folder 200.20-2. "American Bar Foundation -- Land Reform Institutes" 

Folder 200.20-3. "American Bar Foundation Minutes" 

Folder 200.20-4. "American Bar Foundation -- Fellows of the American Bar Foundation Minutes" 

Folder 200.20-5. "American Bar Foundation -- Cromwell Library" 

Folder 200.20-6. "American Bar Foundation Annual Meeting -- 4 August 1961" 

Folder 200.20-7. "American Bar Foundation -- Research Memoranda (See Also Box labeled 'ABF')" 

Folder 200.20-8. "American Bar Foundation -- Midyear Meeting -- Chicago -- 20-21 February 1962" 

Folder 200.20-9. "American Bar Foundation -- Meeting of Board of Directors" 

Folder 200.20-10. "American Bar Foundation -- Meeting of Board of Directors -- 7-8 September 1962 -- Chicago, Illinois" 

Folder 200.20-11. "American Bar Foundation -- Miscellaneous Data" 

Folder 200.21. "Institute of Judicial Administration" 

Folder 200.22-1. "'Law Day' -- 1960 Speech Material" 

Folder 200.23. "Arkansas Bar Association -- Hot Springs -- 9-10 June 1960" 

Folder 200.23(A). "Arkansas Speech -- Hot Springs -- 10 June 1960" 

Folder 200.24. "Indianola, Mississippi Rotary Club -- 7 June 1960" 

Folder 200.25. "Preparations for the Presidency -- Miscellaneous Memos and Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.26. "Previous Presidents' Schedules -- Speeches" 

Folder 200.27. "Biographical Material -- John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.28. "Listings -- American Bar Association -- Annual Report (Presidents, House Chairmen, Etc.)" 

Folder 200.29. "John Cobb Cooper -- 1 Armour Road, Princeton, New Jersey" 

Folder 200.30. "Mississippi State Bar -- Annual Meeting -- 20 June-___ July 1961" 

Folder 200.31. "General Appointments -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.32. "FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigations] -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.32-1. "FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigations] -- Speech Material and Data" 

Folder 200.32-2. "FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigations] -- Information Bulletin" 

Folder 200.32-3. "FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigations] -- Speech at Academy Graduation -- Washington, DC -- 2 November 1960" 

Folder 200.33. "Continuing Legal Education -- Joint Committee" 

Folder 200.33 (Volume 2). "Continuing Legal Education -- Joint Committee -- H. Tweed, Chairman -- 1 October 1961 to Current" 

Folder 200.33-1. "Retired Law School Teachers (Proposal by Maurice Merrill)" 

Folder 200.33-2. "'Preliminaries and Alternatives to the Trial of a Civil Action' -- Joint Committee on Continuing Legal Education" 

Folder 200.33-3. "Joint Committee on Continuing Legal Education -- Data" 

Folder 200.33-4. "Continuing Legal Education in Mississippi" 

Folder 200.33-5. "Joint Committee on Continuing Legal Education Meeting, 14 December 1961 - New York" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.34. "Resolutions" 

Folder 200.35. "Clippings -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.35-1. "Luce" 

Folder 200.35-4. "Burelle's Press Clipping Bureau" 

"Reproductions of Newspaper Editorials Which Were Given Gavel Awards" 

Folder 200.36. "Awards" 

Folder 200.37. "Walter E. Craig American Bar Association -- Official" 

Folder 200.38. "Miscellaneous Correspondence 1960" 

Folder 200.38. "Miscellaneous Correspondence 1961" 

Folder 200.38. "Miscellaneous Correspondence 1962" 

Folder 200.38-1. "Correspondence - With Distinguished Persons" 

Folder 200.38-2. "Congratulatory Letters (Installation as President) 1961" 

Folder 200.38-2. "Congratulatory Letters 1960 -- President-Elect" 

Folder 200.38-3. "Crackpots" 

Folder 200.38-4. "Interoffice Memos (Important)" 

Folder 200.38-5. "Post Presidency Correspondence -- Congratulatory Letters" 

Folder 200.39. "Integration of the Bar" 

Folder 200.39. Typed letter signed dated 7 June 1962 from James M. Spiro to Satterfield, re: enclosed material. 

Folder 200.39. Pamphlet. "A Unified Legal Profession: The Integrated Bar." (American Judicature Society) 

Folder 200.39. Pamphlet. "Twenty Reasons Why All Indiana Lawyers Should Be Members of the Indiana State Bar Association." (Indiana State Bar Association, March 1962) 

Folder 200.39. Newsletter. National Conference of Bar Secretaries Vol. 1, No. 3 (April 1962), re: integrated bar associations 

Folder 200.39. Booklet. In the Supreme Court of the United States Trayton L. Lathrop vs. Joseph D. Donohue, Brief of American Judicature Society as Amicus Curia (October 1960) 

Folder 200.39. Booklet. "Citations and Bibliography on the Integrated Bar in the United States" (American Judicature Society, July 1961) 

Folder 200.39. Copy typed letter signed dated 18 April 1956 from N.B. Johnson to Edward T. Fairchild, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, re: integration of the Oklahoma Bar 

Folder 200.39. Typed letter dated 8 March 1956 from John R. Dethmers, Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, to Edward T. Fairchild, Chief Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, re: integration of state bar 

Folder 200.39. Typed letter dated 29 February 1956 from Harry S. Harnsberger to Alfred E. LaFrance, President of the Wisconsin Bar Association, re: integration of bar in Wyoming 

Folder 200.39. Typed letter signed dated 18 April 1956 from John B. Fournet, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, to Alfred E. LaFrance, President of the Wisconsin Bar Association, re: views on integration of bar in Louisiana 

Folder 200.39. Typed document signed dated 23 March 1956 from Alfred E. Lafrance, re: Wisconsin State Bar Association, integration, order from legislature, communication with other states with integrated bars. 

Folder 200.39. Typed document dated August 1959. Re: Trayton L. Lathrop vs. Joseph D. Donohue, State of Wisconsin in the Supreme Court, integration of bar 

Folder 200.39. Typed document dated 16 February 1956. Re: Wisconsin legislative resolution to integrate the Wisconsin State Bar 

Folder 200.39. Booklet. "State of Wisconsin, In Supreme Court, in the matter of the Integration of the Bar, Brief for Petitioners" (August 1956) 

Folder 200.39. Typed document dated October 1955 from Alfred E. LaFrance, "The President's Page," re: integration of the Wisconsin Bar 

Folder 200.39. Booklet. "Proposed State Bar Rules and By-Laws" Re: Wisconsin 

Folder 200.39. Reprint. Herbert Harley, "A Lawyer's Trust" Journal of the American Judicature Society Vol. 29, No. 2 (August 1945). 

Folder 200.39. Reprint. "Bar Organization Act" Journal of the American Judicature Society Vol. 4, No. 4 

Folder 200.39. Press release dated 13 June 1952. Re: Glen R. Winter's speech "The Past and the Future of the Organized Bar" on 13 June 1952 in Memphis, Tennessee to the Tennessee Bar Association. 

Folder 200.39. Reprint. "State Bar Organization: Argument for a Self-Governing and Self-Disciplining Bar Association for Every State, Together with a Draft Act Providing an Effective Organization of the Lawyers of a State and Conferring Necessary Powers" Journal of the American Judicature Society Vol. 2, No. 4. 

Folder 200.39. Typed document dated 8 May 1956 by Philip S. Habermann. "Some Additional Practical Advantages of Integration," re: Wisconsin Bar Association 

Folder 200.39. Typed document dated August 1960. "Bibliography of the Integrated Bar By William A. Glaser, Prepared for the New York State Bar Association and the Columbia University School of Law." 

Folder 200.39. Typed letter signed dated 8 April 1960 from Philip S. Haberman to Satterfield, re: constitutionality of the integration of the State Bar of Wisconsin, enclosing copy of decision Trayton L. Lathrop vs. Joseph D. Donohue. 

Folder 200.39. Typed document. "Trayton L. Lathrop vs. Joseph D. Donohue in the Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin, August 1959." 

Folder 200.40. "Judge Advocate General Corps" 

Folder 200.41. "Budget and Expenses President-Elect" 

Folder 200.41-A. "Replacement Budget and Expenses of President" 

Folder 200.41-B. "Expenses of President -- Special Expenses Not Chargeable to American Bar Association State Action" 

Folder 200.42. "New York (The Association of the Bar of the City of New York) Supreme Court Decisions" 

Folder 200.43. "Conference of Chief Justices" 

Folder 200.43. "American Bar Association -- Conference of Chief Justices" 

Folder 200.44. "Constitutional Law -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.44-a. "Constitutional Law -- Miscellaneous Memoranda" 

Folder 200.44-b. "Constitutional Law Series -- American Bar Foundation -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.44-2. "Constitutional Law -- Rhodes, Irwin -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.44-2-1. "'The Supreme Court as the Epitome of our Judicial System' IR" 

Folder 200.44-2.2. "Overburdening the Supreme Court -- A Caution to the Bar IR" 

Folder 200.44-3. "Constitutional Law -- Mays, David J. -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.44-3-1. "Constitutional Law -- Mays, David J. -- Manuscript #1 -- Habeas Corpus" 

Folder 200.44-3-2. "Constitutional Law -- Mays, David J. -- Manuscript #2 -- State Action 'Shelly vs. Kraemer'" 

Folder 200.44-3-3. "Constitutional Law Series -- Mays, David J. -- Manuscript #3 -- 'Federal Control of Admissibility of Confessions in State Criminal Proceedings'" 

Folder 200.44-3-4. "Constitutional Law Series -- Mayes Manuscript #4 -- Mapp v. Ohio" 

"Federal Control of State Criminal Proceedings" 

Folder 200.44-3-5. "Constitutional Law Series -- Mayes Manuscript #5 -- 'The Procedural Techniques of Federal Control of State Criminals'" 

Folder 200.44-3-6. "Constitutional Law Series -- 'State Action' -- Hugh White (Prepared at Suggestion of Mays)" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.44-4. "Constitutional Law -- Bloch, Charles -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.44-4-1. "Constitutional Law -- Bloch, Charles -- Manuscript" 

Folder 200.44-5. "Constitutional Law -- Shands, Dugas -- Correspondence -- Price-Chittim" 

Folder 200.44-5-1. "Constitutional Law -- Shands, Dugas -- Manuscript" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.44-6. "Constitutional Law -- Wyman, Louis C. -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.44-6-1. "Constitutional Law -- Wyman, Louis C. -- Manuscripts" 

"Constitutional Freedom vs. Law Enforcement and National Security" 

Folder 200.44-7. "Constitutional Law -- Data: American Bar Association" 

Folder 200.44-8. "Constitutional Law -- Supreme Court Caseload" 

Folder 200.44-8-A. "Constitutional Law -- Supreme Court Caseload" 

Folder 200.44-9. "Constitutional Law -- Tenth Amendment -- Erosion" 

Folder 200.44-10. "Constitutional Law -- Centralism vs. Federalism" 

Folder 200.44-12. "Constitutional Law -- Prayer Decision of Supreme Court" 

Folder 200.44-13. "Constitutional Law -- Jenner Bill, S. 2646" 

Folder 200.46. "Presidential Election (1960) United States" 

Folder 200.46-1. "Electoral College Reform" 

Folder 200.47. "Myres S. McDougal -- Yale University Law School New Haven, Connecticut" 

Folder 200.48. "Advertising Revenue" 

Folder 200.50. "Fee Cutting -- Ethics Submission" 

Folder 200.51. "R. Carleton Sharretts, Jr." 

Folder 200.52. "Membership Speech File -- Current Speech File" 

Folder 200.52. "Membership Drive Volume I -- Miscellaneous Correspondence (to 31 July 1961)" 

Folder 200.52. "Membership Drive Volume II -- Miscellaneous Correspondence -- From 1 August 1961 to 31 December 1961" 

Folder 200.52. "Membership Drive Volume III -- Miscellaneous Correspondence -- From 1 January 1962 to 31 March 1962" 

Folder 200.52. "Membership Drive Volume IV -- Miscellaneous Correspondence -- From 1 April 1962 to 1 June 1962" 

Folder 200.52. "Membership Campaign Volume V -- Miscellaneous Correspondence From 1 June 1962 to Current" 

Folder 200.52-1. "Mississippi Membership Drive" 

Folder 200.52-2. "Membership Drive -- Hewen Lasseter -- Special Membership Project" 

Folder 200.52-3. "Membership Drive -- Committee of 1000 Responses (Yazoo City)" 

Folder 200.52-3. "Membership Drive -- Committee of 1000 Responses (Chicago)" 

Folder 200.52-4a. "Membership Drive Data: Lists, Information on States Non-Lawyers Lists and Lists of Committee of 1000" 

Folder 200.52-4b. "Membership Drive (Data) Drafts: Letters, Circulars, Reports, Etc." 

Folder 200.52-4c. "Membership Drive (Data) Printed Ads" 

Folder 200.52-5. "Membership of Students" 

Folder 200.52-6. "Membership Campaign -- Publishing Companies" 

Folder 200.52-9. "Membership Campaign Kits -- Advertising" 

Folder 200.52-10. "Membership Drive Correspondence With Deans of Law Schools" 

Folder 200.52-11. "Membership Drive Financial Data and Reports" 

Folder 200.52-12. "Membership Drive Area Chairmen" 

Folder 200.52-13. "Membership Drive Boston" 

Folder 200.52-14. "Membership Drive Chicago" 

Folder 200.52-15. "Membership Drive District of Columbia" 

Folder 200.52-16. "Membership Drive New York" 

Folder 200.52-17. "Membership Drive Philadelphia" 

Folder 200.53. "American Bar Association Endowment" 

Folder 200.54. "Vital Speeches of the Day" 

Folder 200.55. "West Publishing Company" 

Folder 200.56. "Earl Warren Legal Center" 

Folder 200.57. "South Dakota -- State Bar Meeting, Mitchell, South Dakota -- 25 June 1960" 

Folder 200.58. "Practicing Attorney's Letter" 

Folder 200.59. "Law Office Economics and Management" 

Folder 200.61. "Southwest Regional Meeting, Houston -- 9-12 November 1960" 

Folder 200.61-1. "Southwest Regional Meeting -- Houston 9-12 November 1960 Joint Program -- Economics of Law Practice and Unauthorized Practice of the Law Committees" 

Folder 200.61-2. "Southwest Regional Meeting -- Houston 9-12 November 1960 Economics of Law Practice Committee Meeting" 

Folder 200.61-3. "Southwest Regional Meeting -- Houston 9-12 November 1960 Junior Bar Conference -- John C Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.62. "Sumners, Hatton W. 'The Private Citizen and His Democracy'" 

Folder 200.63. "Limitations on Attorneys' Fees (Old file 2.8-Q-5 sent to LHP, Jr.)" 

Folder P-64. "Indiana State Bar Association French Lick 23 September 1960" 

Folder 200.66. "Practicing Law Institute" 

Folder 200.67. "Military Henry M. Shine's Proposal of New Section" 

Folder 200.68. " American Bar Association Journal -- Miscellaneous Correspondence From 1 January 1962" 

Folder 200.68. " American Bar Association Journal -- Miscellaneous Correspondence From 1 January 1962" 

Folder P-68(a). "Hawkins Article -- American Bar Association Journal August 1960" 

Folder 200.68(b). " American Bar Association Journal -- Morris Ernst Article" 

Folder 200.68(c). " American Bar Journal -- George Nilsson -- Article" 

Folder 200.68(d). " American Bar Journal -- Proposed Articles and Editorials" 

Folder 200.69. "Miscellaneous Suggestions" 

Folder 200.70. "Foundations of the Legal Profession Directory" 

Folder 200.71. "Will of John Kelly" 

Folder 200.72. "From 1 November 1961 to Current General Practice (Proposed Section)" 

Folder 200.72. "From 1 July 1961 to 31 October 1961 General Practice (Proposed New Section)" 

Folder P-73. "The Missouri Bar 29 September 1960 -- St. Louis" 

Folder P-74. "Prepaid Legal Insurance" 

Folder 200.75. "Peter Campbell Brown" 

Folder 200.76. "National Association of Women Lawyers" 

Folder 200.77. "National Aeronautics and Space Administration (United Research Incorporated)" 

Folder 200.78. "Prentice-Hall, Inc. Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.79. "Rotary Club -- Jackson, Mississippi" 

Folder 200.81. "Baton Rouge, Louisiana (Ben R. Miller, 5 November 1960)" 

Folder 200.83. "Suffolk Law School Alumni Association -- Boston -- 20 October 1960" 

Folder 200.84. "Inter-American Bar Association" 

Folder 200.84-1. "Inter-American Bar Association -- Data" 

Folder 200.85. "Volume I -- Connally Amendment" 

Folder 200.85. "Volume II -- Connally Amendment" 

Folder 200.85. "Volume III -- Connally Amendment" 

Folder 200.85-1. "Connally Amendment -- Pro-Satterfield Correspondence (Pro-Repeal)" 

Folder 200.85-2. "Connally Amendment -- Anti-Satterfield Correspondence (Anti-Repeal)" 

Folder 200.85-3. "Law Journal Article -- Connally Amendment" 

Folder 200.85-4. "Connally Amendment in Mississippi (Mississippi Bar)" 

Folder 200.85-5. "Connally Amendment Article -- House of Delegates Replies" 

Folder 200.85. "Connally Amendment -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.86. "World Court (International Court of Justice)" 

Folder 200.87. "Board of Governors -- Chicago -- 27-29 October 1960" 

Folder 200.88. "American Bar Association -- George S. Montgomery -- New York" 

Folder 200.89. "American Bar Association -- Budget" 

Folder 200.89-1. "Budget of American Bar Association -- Winkler Audit" 

Folder 200.90. "Law Day" 

Folder 200.90. "Law Day -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.90-1. "Law Day -- Miscellaneous Data" 

Folder 200.91. "Lowman, Myers G. -- Ohio" 

Folder 200.92. "American Bar Association -- The United States "Law Week" (The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.)" 

Folder 200.93. "American Bar Association -- Young Women's Christian Association -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 17 November 1960" 

Folder 200.94. "American Bar Association -- House of Delegates -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.94-1. "Midwinter Meeting -- House of Delegates -- 17-19 February 1961 -- Chicago" 

Folder 200.94-1(a). "House of Delegates -- Committee Reports -- Midwinter Meeting, 1961" 

Folder 200.94-2. "House of Delegates -- Constitution and By-Laws" 

Folder 200.94-3. "House of Delegates -- August 1962 -- Annual Meeting -- San Francisco, California -- 6-10 August 1962" 

Folder 200.94-3(a). "House of Delegates Annual Meeting -- 6-10 August 1962 -- San Francisco, California REPORTS" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.94-4. "House of Delegates Midyear Meeting, 1963, New Orleans, Louisiana" 

Folder 200.95. "Board of Governors -- Miscellaneous Prior to January 1, 1962" 

Folder 200.95. "Board of Governors -- Miscellaneous From January 1, 1962 to Current" 

Folder 200.95.1. "American Bar Association -- Board of Governors -- Chicago -- February 1961" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.95-1(a). "Board of Governors -- Conference -- 17 February 1961 -- Presidents and Secretaries of State and Local Bar Associations" 

Folder 200.95-2. "Board of Governors -- Washington, D.C. -- 15-16 May 1961" 

Folder 200.95-3. "Board of Governors -- Liaison Committees" 

Folder 200.95-4. "Board of Governors -- Annual Meeting -- 3-4 August 1961" 

Folder 200.95-5. "Board of Governors -- 17-20 October 1961" 

Folder 200.95-6. "Meeting of Board of Governors with Bar Presidents" 

Folder 200.95-7. "Board of Governors -- 1962 Midyear Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois" 

Folder 200.95-8. "Board of Governors -- Conference with State Bar President and Secretaries -- 17 February 1962 -- Chicago" 

Folder 200.95-9. "Board of Governors -- 18-23 May 1962 -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.95-9(a). "Board of Governors -- May 1962 -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.95-10. "Board of Governors Meeting -- August 1962 -- San Francisco -- Annual Meeting" 

Folder 200.95-11. "Board of Governors Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- 11-12 October 1962" 

Folder 200.95-12. "Board of Governors -- 31 January - 1 February 1963" 

Folder 200.96. "American Bar Association -- Gibson Witherspoon" 

Folder 200.97. "American Bar Association -- National Association of Claimants' Compensation Attorneys (NACCA)" 

Folder 200.98. "Washington Report From Senator John Stennis" 

Folder 200.99. "American Bar Association -- Mississippi Society of Washington (The Times-Picayune) Dinner -- 1 November 1960 -- Washington, DC" 

Folder 200.100. "Speaking Engagements -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-1. "Speaking Engagements -- Invitations Declined -- 1961" 

Folder 200.100-2. "Invitations Declined 1962 -- A-L" 

Folder 200.100-2. "Invitations Declined 1962 -- M-Z" 

Folder 200.100-3a. "Engagements Declined -- 1963" 

Folder 200.100-4. "Alabama State Bar -- Birmingham, Alabama -- 21 July 1961" 

Folder 200.100-5. "Speaking Engagements -- American Title Association -- Minneapolis, Minnesota -- 16-19 October 1961" 

Folder 200.100-6. "Speaking Engagements -- Consumers Cooperative Association -- Kansas City, Missouri -- 9 March 1961" 

Folder 200.100-7. "Speaking Engagements -- Detroit Bar Association -- Annual Dinner -- Detroit, Michigan -- 11 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-8. "Speaking Engagements -- Florida Bar, The -- Hollywood Beach, Florida -- 18-20 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-10. "Speaking Engagements -- Louisiana State Bar Association -- Biloxi, Mississippi -- 24-27 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-11. "Speaking Engagements -- Montana State University Law School -- Missoula, Montana -- 6 September 1961" 

Folder 200.100-12. "Speaking Engagements -- National Association of Life Underwriters -- Bal Harbor, Florida -- 25-29 June 1961" 

Folder 200.100-13. "Speaking Engagements -- National Society of Public Accountants -- Denver, Colorado -- 28 August-1 September 1961" 

Folder 200.100-13. "National Society of Public Accountants Denver -- 31 August 1961" 

Folder 200.100-14. "Speaking Engagements -- Oklahoma Bar Association -- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -- 29 November-2 December 1961" 

Folder 200.100-15. "Speaking Engagements -- Port Gibson Lions Club -- Port Gibson, Mississippi -- 3 March 1961" 

Folder 200.100-16. "Speaking Engagements -- Southern Trust Conference -- Annual Convention -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 4 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-16a. "Southern Trust -- 4 May 1961 -- Data" 

Folder 200.100-17. "Speaking Engagements -- Tennessee Bar Association Convention -- Memphis, Tennessee -- 8-10 June 1961" 

Folder 200.100-18. "Speaking Engagements -- Virginia State Bar -- Old Point, Virginia -- 13 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-19. "Nevada, State Bar of -- Las Vegas -- 26-28 October 1961" 

Folder 200.100-20. "Alexandria Virginia Bar Association -- 26 January 1961" 

Folder 200.100-21. "Millsaps College Founders Day -- 9 February 1961" 

Folder 200.100-22. "National Council of Farmer Cooperatives -- New Orleans -- 10 January 1961" 

Folder 200.100-23. "Chattanooga Tennessee Bar Association -- 27 January 1961" 

Folder 200.100-24. "University of Mississippi (Tom Clark) -- 14 February 1961" 

Folder 200.100-25. "Circuit Court -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 6 March 1961" 

Folder 200.100-26. "'Law Day' -- Florida, University of -- Gainesville, Florida -- 2 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-27. "Emory Law School -- Atlanta, Georgia -- 5 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-28. "Commercial Law League of America -- Saranac, New York -- 3 July 1961" 

Folder 200.100-29. "Mississippi College ('American Studies Seminar') -- Clinton, Mississippi -- 27 July 1961" 

Folder 200.100-30. "World Peace through Law Conferences -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.100-30(1). "Volume I -- Costa Rica -- 11-14 June 1961 -- General Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-30(1). "Volume III -- Costa Rica -- 11-14 June 1961 -- John C. Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.100-30(1). "Volume IV -- Costa Rica -- 11-14 June 1961 -- Data" 

Folder 200.100-30(1). "Volume V -- Costa Rica -- 11-14 June 1961 -- Data" 

"Costa Rica Conference" 

Folder 200.100-30(2). "Asian Conference on World Peace through Law -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-30(2)1. "Asian Conference -- Data" 

Folder 200.100-30(2)-2. "Asian Conference -- John C. Satterfield Speech" [EMPTY] 

"Asian Conference" 

Folder 200.100.30-3.1. "World Peace through the Rule of Law Conference -- Nigeria, Africa Conference -- John C. Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.100.30-3.2. "World Peace through the Rule of Law Conference -- Nigeria Africa Conference -- Data" 

Folder 200.100-30-3. "World Peace through the Rule of Law Conference -- Nigeria Africa Conference -- 3-6 December 1961 -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

"African Conference" 

Folder 200.100-30-4. "European Conference on World Peace through the Rule of Law -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-30-4(1). "European Conference on World Peace through the Rule of Law -- Engagements -- Rome, Italy -- 2-4 April 1962" 

Folder 200.100-30-4(2). "European Conference on World Peace through the Rule of Law -- John C. Satterfield Speech -- Rome, Italy -- 2-4 April 1962" 

Folder 200.100-30-4(3). "European Conference on World Peace through the Rule of Law -- Data -- Rome, Italy -- 2-4 April 1962" 

Folder 200.100-30-5. "World Peace through Law -- World Conference -- 30 June-5 July 1963 -- Athens, Greece" 

Folder 200.100-31. "Wyoming State Bar -- Sheridan, Wyoming -- 7-9 September 1961" 

Folder 200.100-32. "Colorado Bar Association -- 13 October 1961" 

Folder 200.100-33. "Lions Club -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 21 April 1961" 

Folder 200.100-34. "Speaking Engagement -- Huntsville, Alabama Law Day -- 5 May 1961" 

Folder 200.100-35. "Junior Chamber of Commerce -- Biloxi, Mississippi -- 29 April 1961" 

Folder 200.100-37. "Jacksonville, Florida -- Arlington Kiwanis Club -- 1 May 1961 -- 6:30 p.m." 

Folder 200.100-38. "Nebraska State Bar -- Annual Meeting Omaha -- 1-3 November 1961 Replacement File" 

Folder 200.100-39. "NACCA Bar Association -- Boston, Massachusetts -- 19 July 1961 -- Speech (luncheon speech)" 

Folder 200.100-40. "Mississippi State Bar Annual Meeting -- Speech File" 

Folder 200.100-41. "Judicial Conference of the Fourth Circuit -- Grove Park Inn -- Asheville, North Carolina -- 27 June 1961" 

Folder 200.100-42. "Mississippi State Bar Annual Meeting -- 14-15 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-43. "Salt Lake City Regional Meeting -- 31 May-2 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-43-1. "Salt Lake City Regional Meeting -- Engagements -- 31 May-2 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-43-2. "Salt Lake City Regional Meeting -- Junior Bar Conference Breakfast -- 1 June 1962, 8 a.m. -- John C. Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.100-43-3. "Salt Lake City Regional Meeting -- Lawyers Title Guaranty Funds Speech -- 2 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-44. "Judicial Conference of the 10th Judicial Circuit -- Dallas, Texas -- 9-10 June 1961" 

Folder 200.100-45. "Criminal Justice -- Harvard Conference -- 17-29 July 1961 -- Cambridge, Massachusetts" 

Folder 200.100-46. "National Conference of State Trial Judges -- Austin, Texas -- 29 November-2 December 1961" 

Folder 200.100-47. "The Florida Bar -- Hollywood Beach, Florida -- 25-28 April 1962 -- Speech 27 April 1962, Noon" 

Folder 200.100-48. "State Bar of Texas -- San Antonio, Texas -- 4-10 July 1961 -- Speech 4 July 1962" 

Folder 200.100-48(1). "State Bar of Texas -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.100-49. "Third Youth Court Judges Institute -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 1-3 November 1961" 

Folder 200.100-50. "Alaska Bar Association -- Juneau, Alaska -- 3-6 May 1962 -- Speech, 5 May 1962" 

Folder 200.100-51. "Minnesota State Bar Convention -- 14-16 June 1962 -- Speech, 14 June 1962, Noon" 

Folder 200.100-51-A. "Minnesota State Bar Convention -- 14-16 June 1962 -- World Peace through Law Seminar" 

Folder 200.100-51-B. "Minnesota State Bar Convention -- 14-16 June 1962 -- John C. Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.100-52. "Jackson League of Women Voters -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 24 October 1961 (United Nations Day)" 

Folder 200.100-53. "Mississippi State College for Women -- 31 October 1961 -- Columbus, Mississippi" 

Folder 200.100-54. "Kansas, The Bar Association of the State of -- Topeka -- 10 May 1962" 

Folder 200.100-55. "Missouri Bar Midyear Meeting -- Jefferson City, Missouri -- 2 March 1962" 

Folder 200.100-56. "Kentucky State Bar Association -- Louisville, Kentucky -- 25-27 April 1962 -- Speech 26 April 1962, 7 p.m." 

Folder 200.100-57. "South Carolina Bar Association -- 11 May 1962 -- Charleston, South Carolina" 

Folder 200.100-5. "Temporary -- Section Chairmen -- Meeting with Board of Governors -- October 1961" 

Folder 200.100-58. "Section Chairmen Conference with Board of Governors -- Chicago -- 21-22 October 1961" 

Folder 200.100-59. "Chicago, Illinois -- 11 October 1961 -- Meeting with Four Chairmen IR, LW, CB, AS, John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.100-60. "New York County Lawyers Association -- Annual Bar Dinner -- 14 December 1961 -- Waldorf-Astoria 7 p.m." 

Folder 200.100-61. "Arlington County Bar Association -- 15 December 1961 -- Arlington, Virginia" 

Folder 200.100-63. "Birmingham Regional Meeting -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.100-63(a). "Birmingham Regional Meeting -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.100-63(b). "Birmingham Regional Meeting -- Response from Mississippi Lawyers -- Also John C. Satterfield Party" 

Folder 200.100-63c. "Birmingham Regional Meeting -- John C. Satterfield Speech -- 9 November 1961, 9:30am Terrace Ballroom -- Assembly" 

Folder 200.100-63(d). "National Veterans Day Program -- World Peace Luncheon -- 11 November 1961 -- Dinkler Room, Tutwiler Hotel 11:30a.m." 

Folder 200.100-63(e). "Mississippi Luncheon -- Birmingham Regional Meeting -- 10 November 1961" 

"Trip File -- Birmingham Regional Meeting -- Channell -- John C. Satterfield Breakfast "Federal Legislation" -- 10 September 1961" 

Folder 200.100-63(f). "Birmingham Regional Meeting -- Data" 

Folder 200.100-65. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-65(a). "Annual Meeting -- General Memoranda -- Arrangements for John C. Satterfield and RM" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Engagements -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Monday, 30 July 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Tuesday, 31 July 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Wednesday, 1 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Thursday, 2 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Friday, 3 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Saturday, 4 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Sunday, 5 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Monday, 6 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Tuesday, 7 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Wednesday, 8 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Thursday, 9 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65-1. "Annual Meeting -- Friday, 10 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-65.2. "1962 Annual Meeting -- Lord Parker of Waddington" 

Folder 200.100-65.3. "1962 Annual Meeting -- Civil Trial Presentation" 

Folder 200.100-65-4. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Hotel Accommodations/Problems of Space" 

Folder 200.100-65-4-A. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Requests by Individuals for Hotel Accommodations" 

Folder 200.100-65-5. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Foreign Visitors" 

Folder 200.100-65-6. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- John C. Satterfield Personal Accommodations" 

Folder 200.100-65-7. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Speakers & Assemblies" 

Folder 200.100-65-8. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Tours, Miscellaneous, Rightway Trip, etc." 

Folder 200.100-65-9. "Annual Meeting --TV Program -- 'Legal Aid -- Lawyer Referral' (Proposed by Paul Carrington)" 

Folder 200.100-65-10. "Annual Meeting -- President's Address to House of Delegates" 

Folder 200.100-65-11. "Annual Meeting -- Assembly Address -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.100-65-11-A. "Annual Meeting -- Assembly Address -- Final Drafts" 

Folder 200.100-65-11-B. "Annual Meeting -- Assembly Address -- Press Releases" 

Folder 200.100-65-11-C. "Annual Meeting -- Assembly Address -- Semi-Final Drafts" 

Folder 200.100-65-11-D. "Annual Meeting -- Assembly Address -- Rough Drafts" 

Folder 200.100-65-11E. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting 1962 -- San Francisco -- Correspondence Re: John C. Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.100-65-12. "Annual Meeting -- Mississippi Delegation" 

Folder 200.100-65-13. "Annual Meeting -- Hosts and Distinguished Guests -- Miscellaneous Correspondence, Problems, Etc." 

Folder 200.100-65-14. "Annual Meeting -- Post Convention Matters -- Thank You Notes, Etc." 

Folder 200.100-65-15. "Annual Meeting, 1962 -- Owen Cooper" 

Folder 200.100-65-16. "Annual Meeting -- Fennell, Stanley and Mrs., Canadian Bar President" 

Folder 200.100-65-17. "Annual Meeting 1962 -- Newspapers" 

Folder 200.100-66. "Memphis Rotary Club -- 9 January 1962 -- Memphis, Tennessee" 

Folder 200.100-67. "New Hampshire Bar Association -- 9-10 February 1962 (Midyear Meeting) -- Manchester, New Hampshire" 

Folder 200.100-68. "1962 Midyear Meeting -- Miscellaneous Correspondence -- Use this one for filing" 

Folder 200.100-68.1. "1962 Midyear Meeting -- Engagements -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.100-69. "Notre Dame Law School -- 7 May 1962 -- 'Law Day' Notre Dame, Indiana" 

Folder 200.100-70. District of Columbia (The Bar Association of the) -- 9 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-71. "Dayton Bar Association -- 8 January 1962 (luncheon)" 

Folder 200.100-72. "National Lawyers Club, Incorporated -- Washington, D.C. -- 15 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-73. "Ann Arbor, Michigan -- University of Michigan (School of Law) -- 12 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-74. "Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce -- "Cold War Seminar" -- 22 February 1962 -- Indianapolis, Indiana" 

Folder 200.100-75. "International Crossroads -- Sunday Morning Breakfast January 12, 1962 -- Washington Young Men's Christian Association" 

Folder 200.100-76. "New York State Bar Association -- 26-27 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-77. "Metropolitan Luncheon -- International Association of Insurance Counsel -- 27 January 1962 -- Hotel Plaza, New York" 

Folder 200.100-78. "Massachusetts Bar Association -- 3 February 1962 -- Northampton, Massachusetts" 

Folder 200.100-79. "National Council of Farmer Cooperatives -- San Francisco -- 16 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-80. "Mississippi Claimsmen Association -- 26 February 1961 -- Jackson, Mississippi -- Robert Lee Hotel" 

Folder 200.100-81. "The Kansas City Bar Association -- 1 March 1962 -- No SP (OK File Before Going)" 

Folder 200.100-82. "Sacramento Bar Association -- 17 January 1962 -- Dinner Sacramento, California" 

Folder 200.100-83. "University of Mississippi School of Law -- 13 March 1962" 

Folder 200.100-84. "Junior Chamber of Commerce -- Raymond Burr, Guest -- Jackson -- 20 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-85. "Rhode Island Bar Association -- 11 April 1962" 

Folder 200.100-86. "State Bar of Arizona -- Tucson, Arizona -- 13 April 1962" 

Folder 200.100-87. "The Bar Association of San Francisco -- 16 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-88. "Alameda County Bar Association -- Oakland, California -- 23 March 1962" 

Folder 200.100-89. "National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters -- Miami, Florida -- 8 May 1962" 

Folder 200.100-90. "Los Angeles County Bar Association -- 22 March 1962" 

Folder 200.100-91. "Wichita Bar Association -- 12 June 1962 -- Wichita, Kansas" 

Folder 200.100-92. "South Dakota State Bar -- 22 June 1962 -- Huron, South Carolina" 

Folder 200.100-95. "Antelope Valley Bar Association -- Palmdale, California -- 18 January 1962" 

Folder 200.100-96. "Rotary District Conference -- 11 March 1962 -- Memphis, Tennessee" 

Folder 200.100-97. "Iowa State Bar Association -- 8 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-100. "Cleveland Methodist Laymen Meeting -- Cleveland, Mississippi -- 8 March 1962 -- Speech by John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.100-101. "Georgia Bar Association -- Savannah, Georgia -- 6-8 June 1962 SP -- 6-7.62 a.m." 

Folder 200.100-102. "National Council of Juvenile Court Judges -- Cleveland, Ohio -- 26 June 1962 -- Speak between 12-2:30 p.m." 

Folder 200.100-103. "New Mexico State Bar -- 21 April 1962 -- Albuquerque, New Mexico" 

Folder 200.100-104. "Supreme Court Dinner Given by American Bar Association -- Anderson House, 21 May 1962 -- Washington" 

Folder 200.100-105. "Corporate Lawyers Institute -- New York -- 18-19 May 1962, (Dinner May 18 honoring John C. Satterfield & SCS)" 

Folder 200.100-106. "Philadelphia Bar Association Luncheon -- 6 March 1962 -- Bellevue Stratford" 

Folder 200.100-108. "New Jersey Bar Association -- Atlantic City -- 19 May 1962" 

Folder 200.100-109. "Pascagoula Junior Chamber of Commerce -- 7 February 1962" 

Folder 200.100-110. "Long Beach Bar Association -- 21 March 1962 -- Long Beach California" 

Folder 200.100-111. "Pennsylvania Bar Association -- Atlantic City, N.J. -- 28 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-112. "Canadian Bar Association -- 27 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-112-A. "Canadian Bar Association -- Speech Material" 

Folder 200.100-113. "Suffolk University -- Boston -- Presentation of Doctorate -- 16 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-114. "'Conference on Rehabilitation Concepts' -- American Mutual Insurance, University of Pennsylvania Museum" 

Folder 200.100-118. "Baton Rouge, Louisiana -- 'Seminar on Communism' -- 25 May 1962" 

Folder 200.100-119. "American University -- 'Annual Law Review and Awards Dinner' -- Cosmos Club, Washington, DC -- 28 April 1962" 

Folder 200.100-120. "Atlanta Bar Association -- Atlanta, Georgia -- 12 May 1962" 

Folder 200.100-121. "Hawaii Bar Association -- Honolulu, Hawaii -- 13 August 1962" 

Folder 200.100-123. "Nevada Bar Association -- Nevada City, California -- 21 March 1962" 

Folder 200.100-124. "New Orleans Bar Association -- New Orleans, Louisiana -- 24 May 1962 New Orleans, Louisiana" 

Folder 200.100-125. "American Law Institute -- 23-25 May 1962 (39th Annual Meeting) Washington, DC" 

Folder 200.100-126. "National Foreign Policy Conference -- 28-29 May 1962, Washington, DC" 

Folder 200.100-127. "International Bar Association -- Miscellaneous Current Correspondence -- Edinburgh, Scotland -- July 1962" 

Folder 200.100-127-1. "International Bar Association -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.100-127-2. "International Bar Association -- Program -- Official Matters" 

Folder 200.100-127-3. "International Bar Association -- John C. Satterfield Speech" 

Folder 200.100-127-4. "International Bar Association -- List of Delegates and Alternates" 

Folder 200.100-128. "European Trip File -- July 1962 (Scandinavia and Scotland)" 

Folder 200.100-129. "Council of State Governments -- Regional Meet -- Biloxi, Mississippi -- 7 July 1962 

Folder 200.100-130. "Mid-South Regional Meeting -- Little Rock, Arkansas -- 8-10 November 1962" 

Folder 200.100-131. "Delaware State Bar Association -- Wilmington, Delaware -- 28 June 1962" 

Folder 200.100-132. "Judicial Conference of New York -- 26 June 1962 -- Crotonville, New York" 

Folder 200.100-133. "American Legion Annual Convention -- 10 October 1962 -- Las Vegas, Nevada" 

Folder 200.100-133-A. "American Legion Convention -- Drafts of Speech -- 10 October 1962 -- Las Vegas, Nevada" 

Folder 200.100-134. "National Association Municipal Court Judges -- 29 November 1962" 

Folder 200.100-135. "America Bar Association -- Midwinter Meeting -- 31 January-5 February 1962 -- New Orleans, Louisiana" 

"Midwinter Meeting -- New Orleans -- Fellows of the American Bar Foundation" 

Folder 200.100-135-1. "Midwinter Meeting -- New Orleans -- Engagements -- 31 January -5 February 1963" 

Folder 200.102. "National Lawyers Guild" 

Folder 200.103. "Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA)" 

Folder 200.104. "Harvard Law School" 

Folder 200.105. "Christians & Jews, National Conference -- New Orleans -- 30 November 1960" 

Folder 200.106. "Yauch, John H. Newark 2, New Jersey" 

Folder 200.107. "American Bar Association -- Notre Dame -- Law Day USA 1962" 

Folder 200.108. "American Bar Association -- Pictures" 

Folder 200.109. "Miller, Raymond W. -- Miscellaneous (Prior to 1 August 1962)" 

Folder 200.109-1. "Breakfast by Raymond W. Miller for John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.109-2. "Miller, Raymond W. -- Miscellaneous (From 1 August 1962)" 

Folder 200.110. "Meridian Speech File -- 21 November 1960" 

Folder 200.111. "Atlanta Speech File -- 1 December 1960" 

Folder 200.113. "American Bar Association -- Junior Bar Association -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.113-1. "Junior Bar Conference -- Pamphlet: 'Ten Questions About Law Practice and Ten Answers from Young Lawyers'" 

Folder 200.113-2. "Junior Bar Conference -- Judicial Retirement Resolution" 

Folder 200.114. "American Bar Association -- Ambassade de France" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.115. "American Law Student Association -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.115-1. "American Law Student Association -- Loan and Scholarship Funds" 

Folder 200.116. "Airlines" 

Folder 200.117. "States -- Miscellaneous Information" 

Folder 200.118. "Supreme Court of the United States - Selection of Members" 

Folder 200.120. "Midwinter Meeting 1961 -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.120-1. "Midwinter Meeting 1961 -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.120-2. "Midwinter 1961 -- Economics of Law Practice Committee Meeting" 

Folder 200.121. "The Practical Lawyer" 

Folder 200.123. "Harry Gershenson" 

Folder 200.124. "John D. Randall" 

Folder 200.125. "Congressional Dinner 25 January 1961" 

Folder 200.126. "Eberhard Deutsch" 

Folder 200.127. "Death Sentences" 

Folder 200.128. "Whitney North Seymour -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.129. "Dues for American Bar Association Membership of Retired Lawyers" 

Folder 200.130. "International Bar Association" 

Folder 200.130-1. "Appointments -- International Bar Association -- Appointment of Delegates" 

Folder 200.130-2. "International Bar Association -- Data and Applications for Membership" 

Folder 200.134. "Title Guaranty Funds" 

Folder 200.135. "Sylvester C. Smith, Jr." 

Folder 200.136. "Young Americans for Freedom" 

Folder 200.137. "Ben R. Miller" 

Folder 200.138. "Indiana Regional Meeting -- Indianapolis -- 9-13 May 1961" 

Folder 200.141. "Bureau of Legal Economics (Proposed)" 

Folder 200.141-A. "Bureau of Legal Economics -- Selection of Director" 

Folder 200.142. "New York University -- School of Law -- Complaint of Mrs. Roma Q. Jackson" 

Folder 200.143. "National Conference of Bar Presidents (Earl F. Morris Chairman 1962-1963)" 

Folder 200.143. "Old Files -- National Conference of Bar Presidents" 

Folder 200.144. "American Bar Foundation -- 200.144" 

Folder 200.144. "American Bar Foundation" 

Folder 200.144. "Foundations, Funds, Grants-in-Aid, Etc. -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.144-1. "Foundations, Funds, Grants-in-Aid, Etc. -- Carnegie" 

Folder 200.144-2. "Foundations, Funds, Grants-in-Aid, Etc. -- Ford" 

Folder 200.144-3. "Foundations, Funds, Grants-in-Aid, Etc. Rockefeller" 

Folder 200.144-4. "Foundations, Funds, Grants-in-Aid, Etc. -- Data on Miscellaneous Foundations" 

"Foundation Funds -- Trip File" 

Folder 200.145. "Annual Meeting 1961 -- St. Louis, Missouri -- 7-11 August 1961 -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.145-1. "Engagements -- Annual Meeting" 

Folder 200.145-2. "National Institute on Bar Public Relations -- St. Louis -- 5 August 1961" 

Folder 200.145-3. "Cocktail Party -- John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.145-4. "Economics of Law Practice Committee Meeting -- 5 August 1961 -- 10am, Laquer Room, Park Plaza" 

Folder 200.145-5. "Annual Meeting -- Witherspoon's Party -- Sunday 6 August 1961" 

Folder 200.145-6. "Annual Meeting -- Committee Reports (with recommendations)" 

Folder 200.146. "Specialization -- From 1 January 1962 to current" 

Folder 200.146. "Specialization -- Miscellaneous Correspondence from 1 August 1961 to 1 January 1962" 

Folder 200.146. "Specialization -- General Correspondence to 31 July 1961" 

Folder 200.146-1. "Specialization -- Prior Actions by American Bar Association -- Data" 

Folder 200.146-2. "Specialization -- Data -- Miscellaneous Best" 

Folder 200.146-2a. "Specialization -- Data" 

Folder 200.146-3. "Specialization -- American Bar Foundation -- Correspondence" 

Folder 200.146-4. "Specialization -- American Bar Foundation -- Research Memoranda" 

Folder 200.146-4(a). "Specialization -- American Bar Foundation -- Research Memoranda" 

Folder 200.146-5. "Specialization -- Patent Lawyers -- Ethical Questions" 

Folder 200.147. "American Bar News" 

Folder 200.148. "Replacement -- Michigan Annual Legal Check-Up" 

Folder 200.149. "H.R. 10 From 1 July 1962 to current" 

Folder 200.149. "H. R. 10 -- From 1 March 1962 to 30 June 1962" 

Folder 200.149. "H.R. 10 (prior to 1 August 1961)" 

Folder 200.149. "H.R. 10 (cooperation with CPAs) From 1 August 1961 to 1 March 1962" 

Folder 200.150. "National Legal Aid and Defender Association" 

Folder 200.151. "Coordination Service of the American Bar Association" 

Folder 200.151-1. "Bar Builders" 

Folder 200.152. "Washington Letter" 

Folder 200.153. "Russia (Trips, miscellaneous data, etc.)" 

Folder 200.154. "National Crime Commission" 

Folder 200.155. "Kennedy, John Fitzgerald -- PRESIDENT" 

Folder 200.156. "Griswold, Erwin" 

Folder 200.158. "Professional Corporations (From 1 May 1962 to Current)" 

Folder 200.158. "Professional Corporations (Correspondence prior to1 May 1962)" 

Folder 200.158-1. "Professional Corporations -- Data" 

Folder 200.159. "National Conference of Bar Secretaries" 

Folder 200.160. "Stason, E. Blythe" 

Folder 200.161. "National Council of Juvenile Court Judges" 

Folder 200.162. "Legislative Drafting -- Peacock" 

Folder 200.164. "Eichmann (Adolf) Trial -- Israel" 

Folder 200.166. "Foreign Visitors" 

Folder 200.167. "Membership of Law Students" 

Folder 200.168. "Administrative Conference of United States" 

Folder 200.169. "Agrarian Planning Institute (J. Randall)" 

Folder 200.170. "National Lawyers Club, Inc." 

Folder 200.172. "Seminar for State Trial Judges (Proposal by Page Keeton)" 

Folder 200.173. "Bancroft-Whitney Company -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.174. "The Lawyers Handbook -- From 1 March 1962 to current" 

Folder 200.174. "Lawyer's Handbook -- to 1 January 1961 (OLD)" 

Folder 200.174. "Lawyers' Handbook -- 1 January 1961-31 August 1961" 

Folder 200.174. "Lawyers' Handbook -- From 1 September 1961-31 December 1961" 

Folder 200.174. "Lawyers' Handbook -- From 1 January 1962-28 February 1962" 

Folder 200.174-1. "Lawyers' Handbook -- Manuscripts" 

"Lawyers' Handbook -- Trip File" 

Folder 200.175. "Headquarters -- Personnel" 

Folder 200.175. "John C. Satterfield Confidential -- American Bar Association (Retain in Yazoo City)" 

Folder 200.176. "State Surveys -- Economics of Law Practice -- John Conner Subcommittee to 31 October 1960" 

Folder 200.176-1. "State Surveys -- Current" 

Folder 200.177. "Henry L. Jordan -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.178. "Jury Systems" 

Folder 200.179. "Rhyne, Charles -- Speeches" 

Folder 200.180. "Time Magazine" 

Folder 200.181. "Latin American (Miscellaneous)" 

Folder 200.182. "Sections of American Bar Association -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.183. "Mid-Central Regional Institute -- Combined Seminar -- 12 May 1961" 

"200.186 Partnership Pamphlet of Economics of Law Practice Committee" 

Folder 200.187. "Dan Smoot Report" 

Folder 200.188. "Effective Citizen's Organization" 

Folder 200.191. "Criminal Justice -- Ford Grant" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.192. "Leniency of Courts" 

Folder 200.193. "Legal Internships" 

Folder 200.194. "Intelligence Digest" 

Folder 200.195. "Lists -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.196. "Reception For Lawyer Members of Congress -- 1962" 

Folder 200.197. "Presidents Page -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.199. "National Conference Groups" 

Folder 200.200. "Honorary Degrees" 

Folder 200.201. "Military Deferment" 

Folder 200.202. "Proposed Gift to Panama Bar Association" 

Folder 200.203. "Legislative Policy of American Bar Association" 

Folder 200.204. "Reginald Herber Smith (Survey of the Legal Profession)" 

Folder 200.205. "Smythe Gambrell -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.206. "World Publishing Company -- Proposed Book by John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.207. "International Federation of Women Lawyers" 

Folder 200.209. "Osmer Fitts -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.210. "GTA Daily Radio Roundup" 

Folder 200.211. "Propriety of Contingent Fees for Legal Services" 

Folder 200.212. "Real Estate Counselors, American Society of" 

Folder 200.213. "American Judicare Insurance" 

Folder 200.214. "Manuscripts -- John C. Satterfield -- Extra Copies" 

Folder 200.214-A. "Research Assignments by Glenn Greenwood for John C. Satterfield" 

Folder 200.216. "Edwards, Lynn -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 200.217. "Insurance for Legal Services" 

Folder 200.218. "Red Book" 

Folder 200.219. "Fund for Public Education" 

Folder 200.221. "Justice of Peace Corps, Abolition of" 

Folder 200.222. "American Academy of Legal Science (Proposed)" 

Folder 200.223. "Conservative Society of America, The" 

Folder 200.224. "Oceana Publications" 

Folder 200.225. "Duties of the President" 

Folder 200.226. "Canon 19 of the Professional Canons of the American Bar Association" 

Folder 200.227. "The American Legion" 

Folder 200.228. "Holman, Frank" 

Folder 200.229. "Formosa -- Miscellaneous Data" 

Folder 200.231. "Television (Closed Circuit) in Legal Education -- Program Instituted by the University of Michigan" 

Folder 200.232. "Dechert, Robert -- U.S. Mission to United Nations" 

Folder 200.234. "Judicial Conference of the United States" 

Folder 200.235. "Alabama, University of -- 'Television Programs on Federal System of Government -- Fall, 1962'" 

Folder 200.236. "Mangold, Dr. K.P. -- Articles on Communism" 

Folder 200.237. "Exchange of Lawyers between U.S. and Russia" 

Folder 200.238. "National Conference of Bar Examiners" 

Folder 200.239. "Powell, Lewis [...]ficial" 

Folder 200.240. "Salary and Personnel Review" 

Folder 200.242. "National Military-Industrial Conference (The Institute for American Strategy)" 

Folder 200.244. "Television Program -- The Corrupters -- 'Blind Goddess'" 

Folder 200.245. "Employee Welfare and Pension Benefit Plans -- Advisory Council" 

Folder 200.246. "Alliance for Progress -- 1962 First Annual Conference - Chamber of Commerce, Miami, Florida" 

Folder 200.247. "First De-Communization World Congress (Cuban Lawyers in Exile)" 

Folder 200.248. "Law Society of England (The Council and the Bar of)" 

Folder 200.249. "Annual Reports of American Bar Association" 

Folder 200.250. "Congressional Reception 12 March 1963 -- Washington, DC" 

Folder 200.251. "Federal Bar Association" 

Folder 200.252. "British Institute of International and Comparative Law" 

Folder 200.253. "Belli, Melvin" 

Folder 200.254. "Interfaith Movement, Inc." 

Folder 200.255. "Pittman, R. Carter -- Dalton, Georgia" 

Folder 200.256. "American Bar Association -- Kuhn, Edward W. Official" 

Folder 200.257. "American Bar Association -- Dues" 

Folder 200.257. "American Bar Association -- Bang, Luther" 

Folder 200.260. "American Bar Association Board of Governors -- 17-22 May 1964 -- Washington, DC" 

Folder 200.260-1. "American Bar Association Board of Governors -- 17-22 May 1964 -- Washington, DC -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.261. "American Bar Association -- American Law Institute" 

Folder 200.262. "Annual Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- 12-16 August 1963 -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.262-1. "Annual Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- 12-16 August 1963 -- Administration Committee" 

Folder 200.262-2. "Annual Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- 12-16 August 1963 -- House of Delegates" 

Folder 200.262-3. "Annual Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- Board of Governors" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.262-4. "Annual Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- Engagements -- 1963" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.263. "American Bar Association -- Midwinter Meeting -- Chicago, Illinois -- 14-18 February 1964" 

Folder 200.265. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting -- New York, N.Y. -- 6-14 August 1964 -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.265-1. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting -- New York, N.Y. -- 6-14 August 1964 -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.265-3. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting 1964 -- Committee, Section and Miscellaneous Group Meetings" 

Folder 200.265-5. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting 1964 -- Connecticut Matter" [EMPTY] 

Folder 200.266. "American Bar Association -- Continuing Legal Education" 

Folder 200.267. "International Bar Association" 

Folder 200.268. "American Bar Association -- Regional -- 22-23 October 1964 -- Atlanta, Georgia" 

Folder 200.269. "American Bar Association -- 1965 Midwinter Meeting -- Miscellaneous" 

Folder 200.270. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting 1965 -- Miami Beach, Florida -- 9-13 August 1965" 

Folder 200.270-3. "American Bar Association -- Annual Meeting 1965 -- Candidates" 

Folder 200.271. "Trip File -- American Bar Association -- Regional Meeting -- San Juan, Puerto Rico -- 22-29 May 1965" 

Folder 200.272. "American Bar Association -- University of Mississippi Request for John C. Satterfield Presidency" 

Folder 200.273. "Estes, Billie Sol -- American Bar Association Amicus Curiae Brief" 

Folder 200.274. "American Bar Association -- Ben Miller -- Candidate for Chairman of House of Delegates 1966" 

Folder 200.275. "American Bar Association -- Midwinter Meeting 1966" 

Folder 200.275. "Trip File -- American Bar Association Midwinter Meeting -- Chicago -- 16-22 February 1966" 

Folder 200.275. "American Bar Association -- Engagements -- Midyear 1966" 

Folder 200.275-1. "American Bar Association Candidates -- Midwinter Meeting -- 1966" 

Folder 200.276. "Trip File -- American Bar Association Annual Meeting -- 1966 Montreal, Canada" 

Folder 200.276. "American Bar Association Annual Meeting -- 1966" 

Folder 200.276-1. "American Bar Association Annual Meeting -- Assembly Delegates" 

Folder 200.277. "American Bar Association -- Chandler, Judge Stephen S. -- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma" 

Folder 200.278. "American Bar Association -- Spann, William B., Jr." 

Folder 200.279. "American Bar Association -- Firearms Act" 

Folder 200.281. "Christian Legal Society" 

Folder 200.284. "American Bar Association -- Earl F. Morris, President, 1967-1968" 

Folder 200.285. "American Bar Association Annual Meeting -- 1967 -- Honolulu" 

Folder 200.286. "American Bar Association Midwinter Meeting -- 1967 -- 10-14 February 1967 -- Houston -- Engagements" 

Folder 200.304. "American Bar Association -- Genocide Convention -- Volume I" 

Folder 200.304. "American Bar Association -- Genocide Convention -- Volume II" 

Folder 201. "Meredith Case -- Correspondence -- Answered" 

Folder 201. Random notes on legal pad 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 23 January 1963 from Camden Norris to Representative A.W. "Red" Bethea. 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 18 January 1963 from Satterfield to Nicholas Katzenbach, Deputy Attorney General of the United States, re: apology for not responding to letter dated 5 November 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 17 January 1963 from Camden Norris to Tom Ethridge, columnist of the Jackson Clarion Ledger, re: states rights and apathetic citizens of Mississippi 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 17 January 1863 from Camden Norris to David Lawrence, re: editorials and integration 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 23 November 1962 from Harvey Reeves to Satterfield, re: criticisms of the Supreme Court and Satterfield 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 10 January 1963 from Satterfield to William Harvey Reeves, re: apology for not answering his letter sooner 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 27 December 1962 from Scott Beach to Satterfield, re: 31 December 1962 issue of Look Magazine, actions of Governor Barnett 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 8 January 1963 from Satterfield to Scott Beach, re: actions of Governor Barnett, possible change in representing Barnett, and Look Magazine article 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 8 January 1963 from Satterfield to Chilton Bryan, re: letter of 29 December, Leon Jaworski 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 29 December 1962 from Chilton Bryan to Satterfield, re: Leon Jaworski 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 29 December 1962 from Chilton Bryan to Leon Jaworski, re: Resignation as president of the Texas Bar Association 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 29 December 1962 from E.H. Patton Jr. to Leon Jaworski, re: resignation as president of the Texas Bar Association. 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 29 December 1962 from Camden Norris to T.L. Hederman, editor of the Jackson Clarion Ledger, re: attached letter outlining his resistance to integration 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 29 December 1962 from Camden Norris to editors of the Jackson Clarion Ledger, re: resistance to integration 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 20 December 1962 from Gibson B. Witherspoon Meridian, committee member of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Public Relations, to Ben R. Miller, re: publication of "Oxford: A Warning for Americans" brochure published by the Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce. 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 20 November 1962 from Ben R. Miller to Gibson B. Witherspoon, re: "Oxford: A Warning for Americans." 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 11 December 1962 from Governor Ross Barnett to Satterfield, re: thanking Satterfield for his letter and notes concerning the University of Mississippi 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 26 November 1962 from James W. Danahy, Executive Vice President of the West Side Association of Commerce in the City of New York, to Satterfield, re: letter of 23 October,observations about the events in Mississippi 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 4 December 4, 1962 from Satterfield to James W. Danahy 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 27 November 1962 from Camden Norris, of Dill & Norris Sheet Metal and Heating Company, to Satterfield, re: attached letter from William Loeb, a publisher of Union Leader in New Hampshire thanking Norris for sending a copy of Satterfield's rotary address, article in the  Clarion Ledger 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 27 November 1962 from Camden Norris to David Lawrence, on staff of U.S. News & World Report, re: D.C. riot, racial confrontation, white and black enrollment at schools in Washington, D.C 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 16 October 1962 from William Loeb, President of Union Leader Corporation, to Camden Norris, of Americans for Constitutional Government, re: telegram, Negro problem/black migration, Republican Party & Southern viewpoint 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 23 November 1962. William Loeb President of Union Leader Corporation, to Camden Norris of Dill & Norris. Re: letters of 15 November turned over to editors for early publication, Satterfield's Jackson Rotary Address quoting Loeb's editorials 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 30 November 1962 from Satterfield to Camden Norris of Dill & Norris, re: letter of 27 November, rallying outside support 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 28 November 1962 from Satterfield to Dean Robert J. Farley of the University of Mississippi Law School, re: Ole Miss-State game, getting together 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 7 November 1962 from Satterfield to Barney A. Hamilton, re: letter of 3 September received, retained to represent Governor Ross Barnett in the Meredith case. 2 copies 

Folder 201. Handwritten letter signed dated 2 September 1962 from Barney Hamilton to Satterfield, re: enclosed, lawyers joining case before Supreme Court as Friends of the Court, Senate Committee on the Judiciary on court appointments 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 3 September 1962 from Barney Hamilton to J.A. Rinehart, re: legislative apportionment according to population, historical reasons for the civil war, Fourteenth Amendment, sovereignty of counties of a state, remedial laws necessary to correct abuses of government (workmen's compensation and railroad retirement) 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 7 November 1962 from Satterfield to M. Alston Keith of Keith & Keith Attorneys at Law, re: correspondence lag b/c of the office representing Governor Ross Barnett and Lt. Governor Paul B. Johnson Jr. in connection with the Meredith case, letter of 11 September 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 11 September 1962 from M. Alston Keith of Keith & Keith Attorneys at Law to Satterfield, re: June issue of ABA Journal with Stewart B. Campbell's review of Race and Reason, Satterfield's President's Page, getting together at a regional meeting 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 21 November 1962 from Satterfield to Ben R. Miller of Sanders, Miller, Downing, Rubin, & Kean, re: telephone calls and letter of 13th, Committee of 100, NAACP, Allan Knight Chalmers, race, Greenville Clark and American Bar Medal, Al Schweppe 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed dated 13 November 1962 from Ben R. Miller of Sanders, Miller, Downing, Rubin & Kean Attorneys at Law to Satterfield, re: Committee of 100, tax deduction contributions, Greenville Clark, Standing Committee on the Bill of Rights, violation of Mississippi student rights and illegal expulsion 

Folder 201. Typed document. Contribution card and envelope for Committee of 100. 

Folder 201. Typed document. Committee of 100 in support of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Re: List of members, James Meredith, equal opportunity for education, Kennedy quote, cost of Meredith case, solicitation of funds 

Folder 201. Typed letter signed from Garner W. Green of Green, Green, & Cheney Attorneys at Law to Satterfield, re: discussion of the law of the case and the law of the land, Abraham Lincoln quote, constitutional law and stare decisis, James Meredith, Brown Case, Glidden v. Zdanok, college education, restraining order on the Governor, Attorney General and Lt. Governor, hearing in New Orleans, memorandum and conflict of evidence, statement of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, role of President Kennedy, , practice in Court of Appeals, temporary character of men under arms brought into Mississippi 

Folder 201. Typed letter dated 5 November 1962 from Satterfield to Arthur de Grendon Architect, re: letter of 24 October in reference to situation in Mississippi, working together to increase activity of conservatives 

Folder 201. Handwritten letter signed dated 24 October 1962 from Arthur de Grendon Architect to Satterfield, re: less proud of country b/c of rudeness to Satterfield and Ole Miss and Federal Justice, Taft Republican, good American Southern conservative voting Democratic, suggestion of a new party to satisfy interests of South Dixicrats and right Yankees, injustice at Ole Miss, Kennedys 

Folder 201a. "Meredith Case -- Correspondence -- Unanswered" 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 23 November 1962 from Charles J. Bloch to Satterfield, re: criminal contempt proceedings against Governor Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Johnson 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed from Iris Cox Hood to Satterfield, re: enclosed article from the New York Times "Ole Miss had its troubles 'before'" by Thomas Buckley and reprinted in the  Arkansas Gazette 9 October 1962.; University of Mississippi, Alabama, Mississippi 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 26 November 1962 from Satterfield to Dean Robert J. Farley School of Law at the University of Mississippi, re: engagement at Greenwood, Memphis on 13 December 13, Administration Committee of the American Bar Association in Chicago 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 2 November 1962 from Satterfield to Gene A. Wilkinson, re: brochure prepared by the Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce with articles and proclamations by Ross Barnett 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 31 October 1962 from Satterfield to Charles H. Burton, re: Katzenbach speech 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 31 October 1962 from Nicholas B. Katzenbach to Satterfield, re: extemporaneous speech 

Folder 201a. Handwritten letter signed from E. Baker to Satterfield, re: article on page 27 of the May 1962 issue of Harper's Magazine, enclosed newspaper article "US Role Defended by Robert Kennedy." 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 30 October 1962 from David Lawrence to Satterfield, re: receipt of 18 October letter, Cuba, speech 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "For Meredith file, George Harris, Look Magazine 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 24 October 1962 from Satterfield to Fred A. Anderson, re: advice on Mississippi. 2 copies 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 24 October 1962 from Satterfield to William J. Mahoney Jr., of The Advertiser Company, re: review of book by Paul Bakewell, Mahoney's recent column on Ross Barnett 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 22 October 1962 from William J. Mahoney Jr., re: enclosed tearsheet of his editorial page column review of Paul Bakewell's book and column on Ross Barnett 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 18 October 1962 from W. Barney Arthur to Satterfield, re: copy of an editorial 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 18 October 1962 from Satterfield to W.M.Miles, re: letter of 15 October, Mississippi, legal matters 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 15 October 1962 from W.M. Miles to Satterfield, re: contempt proceedings against Governor Barnett, Walter Armstrong contempt proceedings, entitlement to jury trial if it is criminal proceeding, Supreme Court jurisdiction, Court of Appeals at New Orleans conducting a "cold war" on Barnett, fear of living in police state 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 16 October 1962 from Satterfield to W.S. Satterfield, re: letter of 15 October, Tulsa, "Hot" Moore 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 15 October 1962 from W.S. Satterfield to John Satterfield, re: Georgia Democrat, situation in Mississippi, Satterfield clan, Tulsa and Pryor, Oklahoma, telephone numbers, claiming "kin." 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 9 October 1962 from Satterfield to Don Hyndman, Director of Public Relations American Bar Association, re: press release on Mississippi, material from ABA files on the Gavel Award to St. Petersburg Times 

Folder 201a. Handwritten letter signed from Satterfield to Tom, re: call from Washington and change in recommendations, requests meeting 

Folder 201a. Handwritten document. Re: John C. Stennis's telephone number and message to call Robert McLean 

Folder 201a. Handwritten document. Re: radio statement regarding U.S. vs. Mississippi, newspaper and ABA, request of full statement 

Folder 201a. Typed document. Petition to Chief Justice Earl Warren, Supreme Court of the United States, by Joe T. Patterson, Mississippi Attorney General, re: Mississippi crisis, constitutional rights 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 8 October 1962 from Satterfield to Constance Motley, re: Extension of time to file brief agreeable 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 8 October 1962 from Constance Motley, Attorney for Appellant, to Satterfield, re: Meredith vs. Fair, appellant requests extension of time to reply to State of Mississippi memorandum 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 4 October 1962 from Satterfield to E.M. Nichols of Arlington, Virginia, re: telegram of 2 October, David Lawrence editorial in 8 October issue of U.S. News and World Report "Illegality Breeds Illegality." 

Folder 201a. Telegram from E.M. Nichols to Satterfield, re: US News and World Report "Illegality Breeds Illegality." 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 4 October 1962 from Satterfield to Mrs. Edward J. Bogen of Greenville, Mississippi re: thanks for telegram of 1 October, Ed Bogen 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 1 October 1962 from Mrs. Edward J. Bogen to Satterfield, re: disgrace and shame brought on university, statements and predictions are responsible for actions, trouble makes and students took cues from leadership, demand arrest/prosecution of Edwin Walker and other agitators 

Folder 201a. Typed document. Re: statement to Alumni, Parents of Students, and other friends from Charles D. Fair, General Chairman of Program for a Greater University of Mississippi, and J.D. Williams, Chancellor. Re: crisis at University of Mississippi 

Folder 201a. Telegram from Mr. & Mrs. Harold Gotthelf to Satterfield, re: agree with Bill Mounger's views, restore order 

Folder 201a. Telegram from Jerry Furr to Satterfield, re: urge the governor's personal appeal statewide for obedience to law, urge peaceful compliance to constituted authorities 

Folder 201a. Telegram from Mrs. J.S. Owen to Satterfield, re: urge governor to stop violence in Oxford 

Folder 201a. Telegram from Burkett H. Martin & J. Stanford Terry to Satterfield, re: urge governor to take stand publicly for law and order 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 18 September 1962. Re: transcription of telephone conversation of Myers McDougall and Satterfield's secretary, urging Satterfield to make public statement concerning the observation of law 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 18 September 1962. Re: memorandum to Governor from Sue, Dean Clarence Manion, situation in Mississippi, challenge fourteenth amendment, Virginia 

Folder 201a. Handwritten document. Re: Meredith answer 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 31 October 1962 from James R. Stoner to Satterfield, re: morning telephone conversation, articles from Evening Star & Washington Post enclosed, "Katzenbach Criticizes Lawyers in Race Field" & "Lawyers Hit for Inactivity on Meredith." 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 1 November 1962 from C. Sidney Carlton of Mississippi State Bar to John M. Kuykendall Jr., re: letter of 26 October 1962, pamphlet "Operation at Ole Miss," Ross Barnett, Mississippi State Bar, press coverage of riot, role of Attorney General, station WLBF and their counsel, Senator McClellan of Arkansas, meeting 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 30 October 1962 from Nicholas B. Katzenbach, Deputy Attorney General, to Satterfield, re: telegram/extemporaneous speech 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 30 October 1962 from Satterfield to Nicholas Katzenbach, re: telegraphing full text of speech to DC Junior Bar Section concerning Mississippi. 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 30 October 1962 from Satterfield to Nicholas Katzenbach, re: copy of article in Washington Post, telegram asking for full text of speech 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 26 October 1962 from John M. Kuykendall Jr. to Sidney Carlton, re: newspaper clipping should be circulated to Mississippi State Bar, resolution commending Barnett for stand, condemning Attorney General for participation in a private lawsuit 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 24 October 1962 from Blain Simons to Satterfield, re: state sovereignty issue in Mississippi, Fourteen and Fifteenth Amendments, Republican legislators from New England, Kennedy, Luther King's Carpet Baggers, Civil War, black vote, urban slums 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 23 October 1962 from R. Carter Pittman to Satterfield, re: copy of letter to Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, district judges in Georgia, members of the Supreme Court, and to Georgia's sixteen appellate court judges, enclosing copy of George book 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 9 October 1962 from R. Carter Pittman to Arthur J. Goldberg, re: The Biology of the Race Problem by Dr. Wesley Critz George of University of North Carolina Medical Center 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from Reginald Heber Smith to Satterfield, re: Mississippi State Bar, Harvard College's Speakers' Club and Debate Team & "negro" debater 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 1 October 1962 from R.C. Garland to Satterfield, re: occupation of Mississippi by federal forces, reorganization of the Democratic Party, Governor Barnett, Republican Party, Rockefeller & Kennedy, Cuba, Texas State Bar Meeting 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 22 October 1962 from J. Paul Stephens to Satterfield, re: following Satterfield's year as president of the American Bar Association, southern viewpoint, review of book by Carleton Putnam Race and Reason, Communism & State Department 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 9 October 1962 from Lewis to Satterfield, re: difficult times, enclosed column of Holmes Alexander in Richmond News Leader (6 October 1962), meeting in Chicago 

Folder 201a. Newspaper Article. Holmes Alexander, "Criticism of Court Richly Deserved," Richmond News Leader (6 October 1962) 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 12 October 1962 from Gibson B. Witherspoon to William B. Spann Jr., re: attaching UP report from Chicago regarding American Bar Group endorsing Kennedy's action in Meredith case, concern that Board of Governors of the American Bar endorsed the position, terrible time in Mississippi at the University of Mississippi 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 10 October 1962 from Satterfield to Gibson Witherspoon, re: enclosed statements, Meredith case, Department of Justice 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 4 October 1962 from Gibson Witherspoon to Sylvester C. Smith, re: press release regarding American Bar endorsing Kennedy action, Board of Governors for American Bar Association, Senator John Stennis, and letter of 26 September 1962 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 12 October 1962 from Meade Whitaker to Satterfield, re: UP release of American Bar Association approval of Kennedy intervention 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 29 September 1962 from Ulys. A. Lovell to Satterfield, re: federal judiciary, Republican Party, secession 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from Ulys. A. Lovell to Satterfield, re: federal judiciary, constitution, Senator Byrd 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 12 October 1962 from William Loeb to Satterfield, re: support for Mississippi from New Hampshire newspaper, enclosing two editorials 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 10 October 1962, rrom W.P. Kretschmar to Satterfield, re: Satterfield's endeavor to prevent invasion of Mississippi, reference to West Berlin 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 8 October 1962 from Tom L. Gibson to Satterfield, re: Clarence Manion letter 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from Clarence Manion to Tom L. Gibson, re: Senators, broadcast, Barnett 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 2 October 1962 from Clarence Manion to James O. Eastland and John Stennis, re: speech over the Manion Forum radio network on 12 January 1958, Eisenhower's unlawful use of troops in 1957, James Meredith, Governor Barnett, Supreme Court suit, Lawrence editorial 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 5 October 1962 from Clayton Rand to Satterfield, re: enclosures 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "A court of Last Resort: Open Letter to Governor Ross Barnett from Clayton Rand", re: appeal to United Nations about situation in Mississippi 

Folder 201a. Pamphlet. Clayton Rand, "Kennedy and the Keynesians or How Red is Crimson!" (1962). 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 1 October 1962 from Victor Amussen to Satterfield, re: copy of essay "The Gold Crisis," gold reserve, Kennedy quote. 

Folder 201a. Typed document. Victor Amussen, "The Gold Impasse." 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 3 October 1962 from Albion J. Young to Satterfield, re: Robert Kennedy, American Bar Association, University of Mississippi, public entitled to know position of the lawyers 

Folder 201a. Handwritten letter signed dated 5 October 1962 from Ralf D. Ford of Mississippi State Park Commission to Satterfield, re: Satterfield's role in Meredith case 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 2 October 1962 from J.I. Ford to Satterfield, re: New York Herald Tribune clipping, defense of Governor Barnett, "Use of Troops in Schools A Constitutional Question"  Herald Tribune (1 October 1962) 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 27 September 1962 from Herman Jones to Satterfield, re: Mississippi situation from Texas perspective 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 28 September 1962 from Warren L. Wood to Satterfield, re: federal-state relations, enclosing copy of motion and resolution adopted by full body of National Legislative Conference 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Motion and Resolution to Strengthen the States in the Federal System" (21 September 1962) 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 29 September 1962 from Jack Pinkston to Satterfield, re: subversives intent on fostering mongrelization of human races, copy of letter being sent to president, Senator Javits, Senator Keating, Senator Douglas, enclosed newspaper clippings, Satterfield as chief counsel for Citizens' Committee 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 29 September 1962 from Jack Pinkston to John F. Kennedy, re: reference to second Civil War, Cuban crisis, NAACP, Communists 

Folder 201a. Newspaper article. "Barnett Fails to Appear in Court," "Army Unit Sent to Back Up U.S. Marshals at Memphis," & "Federal Court Orders Will Be Enforced to Enroll Negro, Attorney General Says" Evening Star (28 September 1962) 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 30 September 1962 from Rufus Webb to Satterfield, re: Governor Barnett, championship football 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 30 September 1962 from Rufus Webb to Letters to the Editors of The Jefferson, re: Cuban Missile Crisis, Oxford crisis, Reconstruction, Brown vs. Board, Supreme Court, Fourteenth Amendment, Plessy vs Fergusen, NAACP president Alfred H. Kelly, NAACP, judicial restraint, Taney & Missouri Compromise 

Folder 201a. Publicity card/order form for The Law of the Land by W. Jefferson Davis 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 16 September 1962 from W. Jefferson Davis to Satterfield, re: segregation, Supreme Court, Governor Barnett, The Law of the Land 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 14 September 1962 from W. Jefferson Davis to Ross Barnett, re: Supreme Court, forced integration, Calhoun's doctrine of interposition or nullification, forthcoming book The Law of the Land 

Folder 201a. Typed letter dated 23 November 1960 from W. Jefferson Davis to Jimmie H. Davis, re: Price Daniel, Supreme Court, forced integration, states overruling unconstitutional court edicts, Louisiana 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 24 September 1962 from Granville L. Martin to Satterfield, re: segregation 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 14 September 1962 from Granville L. Martin to Satterfield, re: Congressional Record, Supreme Court, segregation, common law vs. federal courts, enclosed clipping from Congressional Record with remarks of John H. Rousselot of California & self-addressed stamped envelope. 2 copies, 1 illegible 

Folder 201a. Handwritten letter signed dated 8 October 1962 from C.E. Fontaine to Satterfield, re: support for Governor Ross Barnett, defense of states' rights 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 5 October 1962 from John Bauer to Satterfield, re: Mississippi leadership, racial segregation, disaster at the University of Mississippi, , enclosed clipping 

Folder 201a. Newspaper article. "Moderates Rise in Mississippi; Business Leaders Break Silence" New York Times (5 October 1962) 

Folder 201a. Handwritten letter signed dated 10 October 1962 from W.M. Drake of Church Hill, Mississippi to Satterfield, re: defense of Constitution 

Folder 201a. Handwritten letter signed dated 11 October 1962 from "Cousin Janice" and "Cousin Claribel" in Church Hill, Mississippi to Satterfield, re: upholding Constitutional government, dangerous situation 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 28 September 1962 from Georgia Harkness to Satterfield, re: strife in Mississippi, mediation 

Folder 201a. Telegram dated 1 October 1962 from Mr. & Mrs. John H. Geary of Jackson, Mississippi, to Satterfield, re: violence in Oxford 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 2 October 1962 from J. Blacheisen to Satterfield, re: member of bar association, bad advice 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 7 August 1962. Barney A. Hamilton, "The Process of Education." 2 copies 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 25 July 1962. Barney A. Hamilton, "The Process of Education." 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 17 October 1962 from Owen Cooper to Satterfield, re: attached clippings from "Dixie Attorneys Doing Duty, Says Barnett Aide" Los Angeles Times, Roscoe Drummond, "The Action at Little Rock Comes Back to Haunt President Kennedy," & "Federal Government Should Work Out Integration Policy in South." 

Folder 201a. Newspaper article. "Meredith Case Based on State Doctrine" McComb Enterprise-Journal (12 October 1962). 

Folder 201a. Typed document. David Lawrence, "Illegality Breeds Illegality." 3 copies. Envelope postmarked 8 October 1962 in Atlanta, Georgia from the Law Offices of Gambrell, Harlan, Russell, Moye & Richardson to Satterfield. 

Folder 201a. Newspaper article. Tom Ethridge, "Mississippi Notebook" & Charles M. Hills, "Affairs of State" Jackson Clarion-Ledger (2 October 1962). 

Folder 201a. Typed document. David Lawrence, "Illegality Breeds Illegality." 

Folder 201a. Typed document "A Statewide Address on Television and Radio to the People of Mississippi by Governor Ross R. Barnett, 7:30 pm, September 13, 1962." Envelope postmarked 17 September 1962 in Jackson Mississippi from Mississippi Executive Department to Satterfield 

Folder 201a. Newspaper article. Letter by James W. Silver, Professor of History at the University of Mississippi, Memphis Commercial Appeal, re: Meredith riot 

Folder 201a. Newspaper articles. Clark Porteous, "Soldiers and Co-eds Do the Twist the Hard Way in Oxford -- On Gravel" & UPI, "Old Miss Dean Asks Expulsion" Memphis Commercial Appeal (13 October 1962) 

Folder 201a. Folder 201.1 "Meredith Case -- Pleadings" 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Temporary Restraining Order in James H. Meredith versus Charles Dickson Fair." 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 17 October 1962. "Statement of Governor Ross R. Barnett." 3 copies 

Folder 201a. Typed letter signed dated 25 September 1962 from Edward W. Wadsworth, Clerk of the United States Court of Appeals, to C.B. Motley, R. Jess Brown, & Charles Clark, re: enclosed "Notice of Motion and Motion for Preliminary Injunction; Petition of the United States, Amicus Curias for an Injunction"; "Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Application of the United States, as Amicus Curias, for Temporary Restraining Order"; "Temporary Restraining Order." 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 25 September 1962. "Notice of Motion and Motion for Preliminary Injunction," re: James H. Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair, et al. and United States of America Amicus Curia and Petitioner v. State of Mississippi, et al. 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Petition of the United States, Amicus Curiae, For an Injunction. Filed September 26, 1962." Re: James H. Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair and United States of America v. State of Mississippi 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Support of Application of the United States as Amicus Curiae for Temporary Restraining Order. Filed September 25, 1962." Re: James H. Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair et al and United States of America v. State of Mississippi et al 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Temporary Restraining Order. Filed September 25, 1962." Re: James H. Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair et al and United States of America v. State of Mississippi et al 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Statement in Opposition to Motion for Vacation of Stay Order. October Term 1962 in the Supreme Court of the United States." Re: James H. Meredith, etc. Movant v. Charles Dickson Fair, etc., et al, Respondents. 4 copies 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Insufficiency of Process." 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Rough Memorandum Concerning Matters to be Presented to the Court of Appeals on Friday, October 12." Handwritten notes in pencil. 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 25 September 1962. "Citation for Contempt." Re: In the Chancery Court of Jones County, Mississippi, Second Judicial District in Vacation; A.L. Meador, et al vs. James H. Meredith et al 

Folder 201a. Typed document dated 25 September 1962. "Petition for Citation for Contempt. Re: In the Chancery Court of Jones County, Mississippi, Second Judicial District in Vacation; A.L. Meador, et al., v. James H. Meredith, et al." 3 copies 

Folder 201a. Typed document. Re: Brown v. Board of Education, Glidden v. Zdanok, Stone v. Interstate Natural Gas Co., Waugh v. Board of Trustees, Texas v. White, Fourteenth Amendment 

Folder 201a. Typed document. Re: James H. Meredith, Governor & Lt. Governor, position of State of Mississippi, Judge Rives 

Folder 201a. Typed document. Re: Position of the Governor of the State of Mississippi. 

Folder 201a. Typed document with attached note "Extra pages of misc. and loose things." Re: memorandum, Governor Barnett's position, Attorney General of the United States, Meredith incident, federal marshals and troops, Yanish v. Barber, US v. Green 

Folder 201a. Typed document. "Memorandum on behalf of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson in Response to Memorandum filed on October 15, 1962 by the Amicus Curiae." 

Folder 201a. Handwritten document. Re: notes on yellow pages 

Folder 201.2. "Meredith Case -- Data" 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. "The Margin for Greatness: Address delivered by Chancellor J.D. Williams, of the University of Mississippi, to the Sunflower County Chapter of the Ole Miss Alumni Association, June 25, 1962." (Reproduced by the Program for a Greater University of Mississippi) 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. James Cincere, "Operation Ole Miss" [James Cincere is a pen name for an attorney member for the Jackson Citizen's Council.] 3 copies 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. John C. Satterfield, "Due Process of Law or Government By Intimidation? It Could Happen to You." 2 copies 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. "Interposition: The Neglected Weapon: Extension of Remarks of the Honorable John Bell Williams of Mississippi in the House of Representatives, Thursday, April 23, 1959." 

Folder 201.2. Reprint. "One Lawyer's Look at Interposition: Address delivered by Fred G. Hudson, Jr., of Monroe, Louisiana, upon his induction as Honorary Member of the Order of the Coif, L.S.U. Chapter, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, April 7, 1956." Louisiana Bar Journal (April) 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. "Oxford: A Warning for Americans" (Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce, October 1962). 2 copies 

Folder 201.2. Reprint. R. Carter Pittman, "The Law of the Land" from "Policy-Making in a Democracy: The Role of the United States Supreme Court, A Symposium" Journal of Public Law Vol. 6, No. 2 (1958) 

Folder 201.2. Booklet. Dr. W.M. Caskey, "The South's Just Cause: Oration delivered by Dr. Caskey on 'Mississippi Day' at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, on Sunday May 15, 1960." Inscribed to the Honorable John C. Satterfield "with highest regards and all good wishes" from W.M. Caskey 

Folder 201.2. Booklet. Hamilton A. Long, "Usurpers -- Foes of Free Man: Usurpation of Power -- Arch Enemy of Individual Liberty" (1957) 

Folder 201.2. Booklet. Jule W. Felton (Chief Judge, Court of Appeals of Georgia), "When Is a Supreme Court Decision: 'The Law of the Land.'" 

Folder 201.2. Booklet. James F. Byrnes, "Former Justice Byrnes Says -- The Supreme Court Must Be Curbed." (Association of Citizens' Councils, Greenwood, Mississippi) 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. "Responsibility for Bloodshed at Ole Miss and Oxford, Mississippi." 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. "Interposition: The Barrier Against Tyranny: Speech of Representative John Bell Williams in the United States House of Representatives January 25, 1956." (Association of Citizens' Councils of Mississippi) 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. R. Carter Pittman, "The Supreme Court, The Broken Constitution, and the Shattered Bill of Rights" (States' Rights Council of Georgia, Inc.) 

Folder 201.2. Pamphlet. "Danger Ahead" (Knights of Columbus). 

Folder 201.2. "Synopsis of Recent Federal Cases," pp. XXI and XXII 

Folder 201.2. "Civil Rights," pp. 854-855 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: James H. Meredith's Air Force Medical Record 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: memorandum of conversation with David Lawrence on 20 November 1962 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: Tragedy at Oxford. Handwritten note to Satterfield from [Russel?] appreciating return of document when completed. 19 pages 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: statement of John C. Satterfield to the Commissioners of the Mississippi State Bar, November 2, 1962. Handwritten comments in pencil 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: Government by Intimidation 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: Haste and Tragedy. Handwritten notes in pencil, "old draft." 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. "Warning Signals By Members of the Supreme Court -- Are We Ignoring Them?: An Address by John C. Satterfield, President, American Bar Association." 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: speech draft on government by intimidation & Meredith vs. Board of Trustees and Institutions of Higher Learning of Mississippi 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. "Rough Memoranda for Consideration in Connection with Address on Meredith Case." 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: Supreme Law of the Land. 3 copies 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: rough drafts on Meredith case 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: rough draft of "Statement: The Position of the State of Mississippi and its Governor and Lieutenant Governor has been consistent throughout this Proceeding," Meredith 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Re: suggested outline for one of the first paragraphs in the brochure "The Blueprint of the Tragedy." 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. Satterfield's copy of "Blueprint for Tragedy." 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. "On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Re: Rippling Creek Club, Inc. vs. United States of America. Supreme Court of the United States, No. 367, October Term, 1963." 

Folder 201.2. Postmarked Slip of Paper signed by John C. Stennis. Postmarked 1962 Washington, DC 

Folder 201.2. Congressional Record (26 September 1962), pp. 19646-19662, re: the Court and the Governor of Mississippi, speech by Senator James O. Eastland. 

Folder 201.2. Typed document. "Statement by Senator John Stennis prepared for delivery on the Senate Floor, September 27, 1962." 

Folder 201.2. Newspaper article. David Lawrence "Due Process of Law Ignored" Washington Evening Star

Folder 201.2. Copy. John C. Stennis, "The Due Process Factor in the Meredith Case" Congressional Record (2 October 1962), pp. 20533; (3 October 1962), p. 20865; (27 September 1962), pp. 19874-19876 

Folder 201.2. Washington Report [U.S. Senator John Stennis newsletter] (26 September 1962) 

Folder 201.2. Notes on legal pad with some writing in shorthand, re: 14th Amendment, Barnett, Wadsworth, events, hearing/motion 

Folder 201.2a. "Meredith Case -- Data -- Volume 2" 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. "Featured Syndicates," re: list of media outlets with addresses 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. "Metropolitan Papers," re: list of newspapers with addresses and managing editor. 

Folder 201.2a. Shorthand notes. Re: Meredith case 

Folder 201.2a. Journal. The Citizen: Official Journal of the Citizens' Councils of America (December 1962), re: three authorities look at Africa 

Folder 201.2a. Journal. The Citizen: Official Journal of the Citizens' Councils of America (November 1962), re: judge points out "Integration Amendment" not legally adopted 

Folder 201.2a. Journal. The Citizen: Official Journal of the Citizens' Councils of America (October 1962), re: minister tells why Oxford clergy wrong in calling for repentance 

Folder 201.2a. Booklet. Wesley Critz George (Professor of Histology and Embryology, emeritus, University of North Carolina Medical School), "The Biology of the Race Problem" (Commission of the Governor of Alabama, 1962) 

Folder 201.2a. Clipping. "The Henderson Case: Speech of the Honorable John Bell Williams, of Mississippi" Congressional Record: Proceedings and debates of the 81st Congress, First Session

Folder 201.2a. Paper slip. "Housing." 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. Re: executive order concerning racial integration in public housing proposed by James E. Palmer Jr. for the Subcommittee in Housing of the Committee on Banking and Currency 

Folder 201.2a. Handwritten letter signed from Jim Palmer to Courtney [Pace] & Senator James O. Eastland, re: three copies of analysis of the executive order on housing, possible usurpation of both legislative and judicial function 

Folder 201.2a. Congressional Record (9 October 1962), pp. 21681-21690 

Folder 201.2a. Newspaper article. David Lawrence, "U.S. Costs in Mississippi Case" Evening Star (16 November 1962). 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document dated 26 November 1962. Re: clippings on Evers (State President of NAACP), James Meredith, NAACP spending on Meredith case 

Folder 201.2a. Booklet. "Education: Colleges and Universities -- Mississippi, James Howard Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair, et. al. United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, June 25, 1962" Race Relations Law Reporter (1962), pp. 423-450 

Folder 201.2a. Typed letter signed dated 30 November 1962 from Charles D. Fair to Satterfield, re: 31 October 1962 speech by University of Mississippi Chancellor J.D. Williams, enclosing speech & editorial from Commercial Appeal 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. "Another Mississippi Story: Address given by J.D. Williams on October 31, 1962, in Greenville, Mississippi to combined meeting of Lions and Kiwanis Clubs, the Ole Miss Alumni of Washington County, and Guests." 

Folder 201.2a. Newspaper article. "Williams Earns Acclaim" Commercial Appeal (2 November 1962) 

Folder 201.2a. Typed letter signed dated 5 December 1962 from Tom G. Gibson to Satterfield. Re: will run enclosed in column. Enclosed: Captain Tom Gibson, "We Will Not Let Northern Scum Continue to Brutalize Us of the Southland." 

Folder 201.2a. Article. George Leonard, T. George Harris, & Christopher S. Wren, "[unintelligible] a massacre at Ole Miss." 

Folder 201.2a. Article. "Was the 14th Amendment Ever Really 'Ratified'" U.S. News and World Report (20 July 1956). 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. "Petition for Writ of Certiorari." 

Folder 201.2a. Newspaper article. David Lawrence, "Racial Conflict in Capital." 

Folder 201.2a. Booklet. "The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States: A Study." 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document from Sarah Shields Jobe. Re: call on congressmen to recess subject to the call regarding Kennedy's Executive Order against Governor Barnet and people of Mississippi. 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document dated 27 September 1962. "Executive Order 11051 Prescribing Responsibilities of the Office of Emergency Planning in the Executive Office of the President." 

Folder 201.2a. Typed letter from "Tex" to Satterfield, re: Supreme Court, Ross Barnett, Mississippi. 

Folder 201.2a. Copy. Joseph L. Call, "The Constitution v. The Supreme Court" Baylor Law Review. 

Folder 201.2a. Typed letter signed dated 6 October 1962 from Irene Brentlinger to Satterfield, re: Pranks article as an authority on constitutional law 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. Edward J. Pranks, "Integration Decision & Enforcement Are Unconstitutional" American Mercury (July 1958) 

Folder 201.2a. Article. David Lawrence, "Illegality Breeds Illegality" U.S. News and World Report (8 October 1962) 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document dated 2 October 1962. Re: press conference transcript 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document dated 6 October 1962. "Read to MD by Rushing," re: Supreme Court 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. Re: rough memorandum concerning the manuscript on the "Oxford Story." 

Folder 201.2a. Typed document. Re: judgments of the courts, equal protection clause 

Folder 201.3. "Meredith Case -- John C. Satterfield Memos and Speeches" 

Folder 201.3. Typed document. "Blue Print For Tragedy," "The Judicial Sequence of Events," "Governor Ross Barnett Introduces Historical Declaration of State Sovereignty," "Attempts Made to Enroll Meredith," "The Conduct of the US Marshals," "The Use of Troops Was Illegal," "A Broken Promise," "Desire for Education," "Not 'Law of the Land' But Rather 'Law of the Case,'" "Law Ignored: Extension of Remarks by the Honorable W.J. Bryan Dorn of South Carolina," and "The Tragic Lessons." 

Folder 201.3. Typed document. Re: brochure to be distributed by the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Mississippi concerning the events at Oxford 

Folder 201.3. Typed document. Re: address on Meredith case 

Folder 201.3. Typed memorandum. Re: manuscript on the "Oxford Story." 

Folder 201.3. Typed document. "Supreme Law of the Land." 

Folder 201.3. Typed document dated 12 October1962. "Re: Attorney General (Kennedy and Katzenbach) and Assistant Attorney General, Mississippi, lawyers and ABA, University of Mississippi, government by intimidation, judicial processes, Meredith case." 

Folder 201.3. Typed memorandum re: replay to Katzenbach and Robert Kennedy 

Folder 201.4. "Meredith Case -- Records" 

Folder 201.4. Copy typed letter signed dated 22 October 1962 from Helen R. Dietrich to St. John Barnett, Constance Baker Motley, & Joe Patterson. Re: sending transcript of proceedings in the matter of Meredith vs. Fair on 2 October 1962; second draft of transcripts with proofreading 

Folder 201.5. "Meredith Case -- Briefs and Orders" 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. "In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. James H. Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair, et al., and United States of America v. State of Mississippi, et al." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated 21 August 1962. "Respondent's Brief in Support of Motions. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. United States of America v. Theron C. Lynd, Circuit Clerk and Registrar of Voters of Forrest County, State of Mississippi." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated 19 October 1962 "Order and Judgment on the Motion of the State of Mississippi to Dissolve the Temporary Restraining Order of September 25, 1962, to dismiss the contempt proceedings against Ross R. Barnett and Paul B. Johnson, r. and Order and Judgment on Motion of Appellant and United States of America Amicus Curiae, petitioner, for preliminary injunction." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated 6 November 1962. Re: "Things to Do," "JCS Engagements," rough draft of letter to Sylvester C. Smith by syf, draft of letter to Dr. Nobuo Naritomi by syf 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. 3 November 1962. "Supplemental Memorandum on behalf of the United States. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. James H. Meredith vs. Charles Dickson Fair et al and United States of America vs. State of Mississippi." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. "Response of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to Memorandum Filed on October 15, 1962, by the Amicus Curiae. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. James H. Meredith vs. Charles Dickson Fair, et al., and United States of America vs. State of Mississippi, et al. Submitted by Thomas H. Watkins, Garner W. Green Sr., Charles Clark, and John C. Satterfield." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated 17 October 1962. "Statement of Governor Ross R. Barnett," re: University of Mississippi. 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated 18 October 1962. Re: certificate from Satterfield certifying brief on James H. Meredith sent listed persons 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. "Memorandum on Behalf of the United States. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi. Sent by Burke Marshall, St. John Barrett, and Harold H. Green." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated October 1962. "Proposed Judgment and Order of Civil Contempt Submitted on Behalf of the United States." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. "Further Statement and Memorandum on Behalf of the United States in Response to the Memorandum Filed on Behalf of Governor Ross R. Barnett on October 18, 1962. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi. Sent by Burke Marshall and St. John Barrett." 

Folder 201.5. Typed document dated 24 October 1962. "Certificate of Service," re: materials sent by John Doar 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. "Memorandum of the United States in Opposition to Motion By the State of Mississippi to Dissolve Temporary Restraining Order. In the United States Court of Appeals, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi. Submitted by Burke Marshall and St. John Barrett." Contains handwritten marginalia written by Satterfield 

Folder 201.5. Typed document. "Brief of Defendants. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi et al." 

Folder 201.5a. "Meredith Case -- Briefs and Records -- Extra Copies" 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document dated 18 October 1962. "Response of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to Memorandum filed on October 15, 1962, by the Amicus Curiae. In the United States Court of Appeals, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi." & "Statement of Ross Barnett" & certificate concerning materials sent by Satterfield. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Memorandum on Behalf of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson in response to Memorandum filed on October 15, 1952. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Position of the Governor of the State of Mississippi and Statements and Evidence on His Behalf." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. Re: position of Governor and Lieutenant Governor on the Meredith case. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Response of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to Memorandum Filed on October 15, 1962, by the Amicus Curiae. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document dated 17 October 1962. "Statement of Governor Ross R. Barnett." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Response of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to Memorandum filed on October 15, 1962, by the Amicus Curiae. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Response of the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to Memorandum filed on October 15, 1962, by the Amicus Curiae. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi.. 5 copies. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. Re: memorandum regarding the Governor's role in the Meredith/University of Mississippi event. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Position of the Governor of the State of Mississippi and Statements and Evidence in His Behalf." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document dated 1 October 1962. Re: editorial for WAZF Radio in Yazoo City, Mississippi on the University of Mississippi and James Meredith 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. Re: response of the state of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to a memorandum filed on 15 October 1962, by the Amicus Curiae in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. Re: memorandum on behalf the state of Mississippi and Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson to memorandum filed on 15 October 1962, by the Amicus Curiae in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "The Statement in the Memorandum," re: Governor's role in the University of Mississippi event. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Position of the Governor of the State of Mississippi and Statements and Evidence in his behalf." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Statement of Governor Ross R. Barnett, Wednesday, 17 October 1962. 

Folder 201.5a. Typed letter signed dated 19 October 1962 from Peter M. Stockett Jr., to Satterfield, re: brief for appellant filed in Meredith vs. Fair 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Brief for Appellant. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. Fair. Filed by Attorneys for Appellants, Constance Baker Motley, Jack Greenberg, Derrick A. Bell, Jr., and R. Jess Brown." 

Folder 201.5a. Typed document. "Memorandum of the United States in Opposition to Motion by the State of Mississippi to Dissolve Temporary Restraining Order. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Meredith vs. Fair and United States vs. State of Mississippi." Copy of Charles Clark 

Folder 201.6. "Meredith Case -- Attorneys Fees" 

Folder 201.6. Typed document signed dated 19 June 1963. "Requisition for Issuance of Warrant, State of Mississippi. Pay to John C. Satterfield, by General Legislative Investigating Committee." Re: reimbursement for telephone calls per statement. Signed by Russell L. Fox. 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed dated 31 May 1963 from Satterfield to Russell Fox, Chairman of the General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: expense items, telephone charges 

Folder 201.6. Typed document signed dated 13 May 1963. "Requisition for Issuance of Warrant, State of Mississippi. Pay to John C. Satterfield, by General Legislative Investigating Committee" re: balance on professional services as agreed. Signed by Russell L. Fox. 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter dated 20 May 1963 from Satterfield to Dan H. Shell, re: check for services, hours and fees. Attached forms: telephone expenses, dates and explanation of services rendered, lists events/services from January-April 1963. 

Folder 201.6. Note re: payment from city regarding Meredith services for January 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed dated 28 December 1962 from E.W. Stennett, City Attorney for Jackson, to Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford, re: warrant for fee and expenses in the Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans in "Meredith vs. Fair." Attached payment stub 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed dated 13 November 1962 from Satterfield to Mayor Allen C. Thompson, Commissioner D.L. Luckey, & Commissioner Tom Marshal, re: bill for services rendered in the investigation and defense of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi and other public officials in Meredith vs. State of Mississippi; list of hours and fee. 3 copies, two signed, one office copy 

Folder 201.6. Note: rough drafts and data 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. "Memorandum for Reimbursement for Meredith Case. Re: expenses for September and October 1962." Handwritten notes 

Folder 201.6. Typed document dated 26 October 1962. Re: Sally Neilson Woods in account with Joe T. Patterson, Attorney General, for stenographic services rendered during Meredith vs. State of Mississippi, lists fees and hours worked. 

Folder 201.6. Typed document dated 26 October 1962. Re: Ruby W. Majors in account with Attorney General for secretarial work during Meredith vs. State of Mississippi, lists fees and hours worked on 4 October 1962. 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. "Memorandum for Reimbursement for Meredith Case. Re: expenses for September 29-October 19, 1962." 4 copies with handwritten notes 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. "Memorandum Concerning Services Rendered by John C. Satterfield in representing the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross Barnett in the Meredith Case." 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. "Memorandum Concerning Services Rendered by John C. Satterfield in Representing the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross Barnett in the Meredith case. Less detailed list of work from September to October for the Meredith case than prior record." 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter dated 6 November 1962 from Satterfield, re: account with the state of Mississippi, list of hours and work from September to October for Meredith case 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed dated 2 November 1962 from Joshua Green to Satterfield, re: fees for work in Meredith case 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. Re: proofed copy of "Memorandum Concerning Services Rendered by John C. Satterfield in representing the State of Mississippi and Governor Ross Barnett in the Meredith Case." Attached handwritten notes 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed dated 3 August 1960 from Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford to Satterfield, re: attached letter to Dr. & Mrs. Thompson for services rendered, civil tax matters, fee problems 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed, re: copy of letter to Dr. & Mrs. Thompson regarding fees for expenses and services rendered 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. Re: bill to Dr. & Mrs. James Grant Thompson for services rendered from December 1958-December 1959. Includes activity, hours and fees 

Folder 201.6. Typed letter signed dated 20 August 1960 from Satterfield to Mayor Allen C. Thompson, Commissioner D.L. Luckey, & Commissioner Tom Marshall, re: bill rendered for services upon the execution of the contract with the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. Re: memorandum concerning services rendered by Satterfield in representing the state of Mississippi and Governor Ross Barnett in the Meredith case. With handwritten notes 

Folder 201.6. Typed document. Re: memorandum concerning service rendered by Satterfield in representing the state of Mississippi and Governor Ross Barnett in the Meredith case. 

Folder 201.6. Handwritten document. Re: detailed list of events and services rendered for Governor Barnett for Meredith case. Lists events from September to October 

Folder 201.7. "Meredith Case -- University of Mississippi" 

Folder 201.7. Article. Kenneth Toler, "Nameless Adults Blamed for Incidents at Ole Miss." 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 27 December 1962 from Satterfield to Judge Stokes V. Robertson Jr., Chancery Court of Hinds County, re: 19 December letter, University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter signed dated 19 December 1962 from Stokes V. Robertson Jr., Chancery Court Hinds County, to Satterfield, re: material sent by Hugh Clegg about the University of Mississippi, Satterfield's letter to the Honorable Thomas J. Tubb of 16 November 1962, Taylor Robertson's expulsion from university 

Folder 201.7. Booklet. The University of Mississippi and the Meredith Case (University of Mississippi, 15 November 1962) 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 16 November 1962 from Satterfield to Thomas J. Tubb, re: Taylor Robertson's family background, Robertson's academic record at the University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 15 November 1962 from Satterfield to Judge Stokes E. Robinson Jr., re: material sent from Hugh Clegg involving boys expelled from the University of Mississippi, Taylor, violations of University regulations, Tom Tubb 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter signed dated 13 November 1962 from Stokes V. Robertson to Satterfield, re: letter to Chancellor Williams in reference to Taylor Robertson hearing, Dean Love, Judicial Council refusal to grant rehearing, Tom Tubb 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 12 November 1962 from Stokes V. Robertson to Chancellor J.D. Williams of the University of Mississippi, re: Taylor Robertson, Judicial Council, expulsion 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter signed dated 6 November 1962 from Hugh Clegg to Satterfield, re: additional information 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter signed dated 5 November 1962 from Hugh Clegg to Satterfield, re: telephone call, information sent 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 5 November 1962 from Satterfield to Hugh Clegg, Assistant to the Chancellor, re: memorandum concerning statements, University of Mississippi situation 

Folder 201.7. Typed document. "On October 30, 1962, Professor _________ made the following statements to the students in one of his classe,s" re: University officials, Governor Barnett, students connected with demonstrations, expulsions 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 5 November 1962 from Satterfield to Ross R. Barnett, re: rough notes, copies sent to Tom Watkins & Charlie 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 5 November 1962 from Satterfield to Thomas H. Watkins, re: letter to Ross Barnett. 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter dated 5 November 1962 from Satterfield to Charles Clark, re: rough notes concerning discussion, Tom Watkins 

Folder 201.7. Typed document. "Rough Notes Concerning Statement about University of Mississippi." 4 copies, three unmarked and one marked w/ pen and pencil notes 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter signed dated 26 October 1962 from E.R. Jobe to Satterfield, re: list of the Executive Council of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 

Folder 201.7. Typed letter signed dated 19 July 1962 from Hugh Clegg, Assistant to the Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, to Satterfield, re: copy of opinions in the Meredith case by the Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Folder 201.7. Typed document. Re: statement by Chancellor J.D. Williams over campus radio on 25 September 1962, broadcast by Chancellor J.D. Williams over the radio station on the night of 30 September 1962, broadcast by Chancellor J.D. Williams on the night of 1 October 1962, and broadcast by Chancellor Williams on the night of 11 October 1962. 

Folder 201.7. Typed document. Re: excerpts from "Constitution of the Associated Student Body, University of Mississippi"; quotation from "General Catalog of the University of Mississippi Bulletin for 1962"; "Conduct Regulations"; copy of injunction issued by Judge S.C. Mize ordering the admission of James Meredith, in the 26 September 1962 edition of Mississippian; order of Dean L.L. Love requesting removal of firearms dated 4 October 1962 and 9 October 1962; statement drafted in the office of Governor Barnett for use in making announcements on the campus; order of Chancellor J.D. Williams dated 11 October 1962; official notice signed by Dean of the Division of Student Personnel L.L. Love dated 12 October 1962; joint resolution of Mortar Board and ODK at the University of Mississippi dated 12 October 1962; copy of statement to students which appeared in  Mississippian on 1 October 1962 and played over the radio the night of 30 September 1962; statement in 1 October 1962 edition of Mississippian by Chairman of Judicial Council Jack Lynch; excerpts from statement adopted by the Academic Council on 16 October 1962; statement issued by the Chancellor of the University of Mississippi on 1 November 1962 to the male students of the University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.8. "Meredith Case -- Mississippi State Bar" 

Folder 201.8. Typed letter to Professor Joseph R. Julin at University of Michigan, re: statement made by Julin to local press on Mississippi lawyers, Ross Barnett, states'rights 

Folder 201.8. Typed letter dated 21 November 1962 from C. Sidney Carlton, President Mississippi State Bar, to Sherwood W. Wise & copied to Satterfield, re: Satterfield's Rotary Address, Mississippi State Bar, James Meredith case, emotional state of Mississippi 

Folder 201.8. Typed letter dated 16 November 1962 from Satterfield to C. Sidney Carlton, re: State Bar Commission resolution on criticism of Mississippi lawyers, recommendations at annual meeting on 6 December, Rotary speech 

Folder 201.8. Typed letter signed dated 3 November 1962 from John T. Armstrong to Satterfield, re: enclosures to Mississippi State Bar 

Folder 201.8. Typed letter signed dated 31 October 1962 from Satterfield to "Officers and Commissioners of the Mississippi State Bar," re: accusations by Robert Kennedy and Katzenbach, enclosed newspaper articles "Haste and Tragedy" & "Government by Intimidation," transcript of the proceedings of the National Convention of the American Legion referring to Mississippi situation, pamphlet prepared by the Mississippi Junior Chamber of Commerce, other material of interest 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. Re: list of Mississippi State Bar officers and commissioners from 1962-1963 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "Government by Intimidation." 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "Haste and Tragedy." 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "The Law of the Land." 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "An Indestructible Union of Indestructible States?" 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. Re: Meredith case 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. Re: statement to the students of the University of Mississippi on the Meredith case 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. Re: redacted copies of resolution 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. Re: statement of Satterfield to the Commissioners of the Mississippi State Bar on 2 November 1962. Handwritten marginalia and corrections 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "Government by Intimidation." 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "Haste and Tragedy." 

Folder 201.8. Typed document. "The University of Mississippi Today and Tomorrow." 

Folder 201.9. "Meredith Case -- Use of Troops Oxford & Little Rock" 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 16 January 1963 from Satterfield to Dean Boggs, re: 15 January letter, brief written after Little Rock affair 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter signed dated 15 January 1963 from Dean Boggs to Satterfield, re: charges against Governor Barnett, federal court jurisdiction, Little Rock affair, black vote, University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 26 December 1962 from Satterfield to General A.G. Paxton, re: manuscript on the University of Mississippi by the Sovereignty Commission 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter signed dated 24 November 1962 from A.G. Paxton to Satterfield, re: letter to Bill Caraway, Captain Dubois of the Mississippi National Guard, Army Regulations 500--50, President Kennedy's release of Mississippi Air and Army National Guard from Barnett's authority prior to violence at the University of Mississippi. 

Folder 201.9. Typed document signed by Robert W. McDonald, Major Infantry ARNG, to the Ross R. Barnett, Governor of Mississippi, re: situation at University of Mississippi, Mississippi National Guard and Air National Guard into Federal service, Brigadier General Charles Billingslea, Secretary of Defense. Handwritten note 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter signed dated 17 November 1962 from A.G. Paxton to Bill Caraway, re: University of Mississippi, role of armed federal marshals, Army Regulations No. 500--50 dated 27 August 1953, military commanders 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 2 November 1962 from Alfred J. Schweppe to David Lawrence, columnist at U.S. News and World Report, re: 25 October 1962 letter on use of troops in Little Rock and Oxford, copy of Kennedy's Executive Order No. 11053, Kennedy & presidential powers, memorandum from Dean Rostow prepared by L.H. Pollack, articles in  American Bar Association Journal,  U.S. News and World Report (3 November 1957),  Congressional Record (26 September 1962), court decisions concerning steel seizure, Chief Justice, Justice Jackson, Supreme Court, troops at Oxford, Congressional authorization for use of troops 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 9 November 1962 from Alfred J. Schweppe to David Lawrence, columnist at U.S. News and World Report, re: 5 November letter, Steel case, Justice Jackson, article in  American Bar Association Journal (February 1958) 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 10 October 1962 from Alfred J. Schweppe to David Lawrence, columnist at U.S. News and World Report, e: column "No Basis for Presidential Use of Troops in Mississippi," Little Rock,  American Bar Association Journal and law school professors views, court decrees, Washington Post concern about use of troops in Oxford, Eisenhower's precedent at Little Rock 

Folder 201.9. Senator John Stennis newsletter. Washington Report (26 September 1962), re: encroachment of Federal government in the administration of public education in Mississippi 

Folder 201.9. Typed document. Re: address by U.S. Senator John Stennis at the Mississippi State Bar Convention on 30 May 1958 entitled "The Multiplying Evils of Bad Law." 

Folder 201.9. Flyer from newsletter Right (March 1958). Re: special guest article by Edward Langford, "Race Science: Idealism for the Future." 

Folder 201.9. Reprint. Alfred J. Schweppe, "The Little Rock Story: Enforcement of Federal Court Decrees: A 'Recurrence to Fundamental Principles'" American Bar Association Journal (February 1958) 

Folder 201.9. Reprint. R. Carter Pittman, "The Federal Invasion of Arkansas in the Light of the Constitution." Georgia Bar Journal Vol. 20, No. 3 

Folder 201.9. Article. David Lawrence, "Illegality Breeds Illegality" U.S. News and World Report (8 October 1963) 

Folder 201.9. Article. Robert F. Kennedy, "Bobby Defends State Invasion," Jackson Daily News (29 November 1962) 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 13 November 1962 from Satterfield to Senator John C. Stennis, re: speech or article on the use of troops at Oxford 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter dated 7 November 1962 from R. Carter Pittman to David Lawrence, columnist at U.S. News and World Report, re: attachment from Richard Hildreth's Atrocious Judges, "The Federal Invasion of Arkansas and the Light of the Constitution" Georgia Bar Journal, Alfred J. Schweppe's article on Arkansas in 1958 issue of the American Bar Association Journal 

Folder 201.9. Typed document. Re: excerpt from Atrocious Judges by Richard Hildreth, pages 369-373. 

Folder 201.9. Typed document. Re: Mississippi Economic Council on violence in education in Mississippi 

Folder 201.9. Typed letter signed dated 27 September 1962 from the American Law Division of the Library of Congress to Representative John Bell Williams, re: cases on 9th and 10th Amendments where state interests prevailed over federal interests together with excerpts from opinions pertinent to rights of states under police power. 

Folder 201.9. Reprint. R. Carter Pittman, "The Federal Invasion of Arkansas in the Light of the Constitution" Georgia Bar Journal Vol. 20, No. 3 

Folder 201.9. Typed document. David Lawrence, "Illegality Breeds Illegality" U.S. News and World Report (8 October 1962) 

Folder 201.9. Typed document. "An Indestructible Union of Indestructible States?," "The Law of the Land," "Government by Intimidation," & "Haste and Tragedy." 

Folder 201.9. Typed document. Re: Eisenhower during the integration crisis in Little Rock, Arkansas and use of troops 

Folder 201.10. "Legislative Investigating Committee -- Attorney's Fees" 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 19 July 1963 from Mary Dunaway, secretary to Satterfield, to Franklyn F. Sanders of News and Courier, re: Satterfield away from office, sending information concerning the General Walker trial 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 19 July 1963 from Satterfield to William T. Robertson, re: 16 July letter, information about Walker trial 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter signed dated 16 July 1963 from Gena S.Lamb for William Robertson, Clerk of the United States District Court, to Satterfield, re: names and addresses of attorneys who represented General Walker 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 15 July 1963 from Satterfield to Franklyn Sanders of News and Courier, re: 12 May letter, Report of the General Legislative Investigating Committee of Mississippi, Satterfield article "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation" on the Meredith case, Charles E. Smith, representation of General Walker 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 15 July 1963 from Satterfield to William P. Robertson, re: inquiry concerning lawyers who represented General Walker, Dr. Charles B. Smith 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 15 July 1963 from Satterfield to Robert P. Neuschel, re: 8 July letter, William S. White's article, memorandum regarding proposed "Civil Rights Act of 1963." 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter signed dated 21 May 1963 from T.B. Birdsong to Satterfield, re: request for report by Investigating Committee 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 10 May 1965. Re: bill for legal services rendered to General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 10 May 1963. Re: bill for stenographic services rendered to the General Legislative Investigating Committee. 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 10 May 1963. Re: bill for stenographic services rendered to the General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 7 February 1963. Re: names and addresses of General Legislative Investigating Committee members 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 7 April 1963 from Satterfield to Russell Fox, re: report and material for report, Mrs. McMillan 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 3 April 1963 from Satterfield to Representative Russell Fox, re: preliminary draft of report submitted for criticism and suggestions 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 31 March 1962 from Mary Dunaway, secretary to Satterfield, to Senator George M. Yarbrough & Representative W. Luther Sims, re: copy of resume, rough notes for report 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 30 March 1963 from Mary Dunaway to Russell Fox. Re: rough resume, notes for report 

Folder 201.10. Typed document. Re: alphabetically arranged list of names, addresses and occupations. 

Folder 201.10. Handwritten document. Re: notes. 

Folder 201.10. Newspaper article. "Big Newspapers in East Restrict Brutality Space" Commercial Appeal 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter signed dated 29 April 1963 from Satterfield to Senator John Stennis, re: 9 April letter, General Legislative Investigating Committee, Chairman Fox 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter signed dated 9 April 1963 from Senator John Stennis to Satterfield, re: contacting Army so that Satterfield can have information requested 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 26 April 1963. Re: memorandum on the General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 25 April 1963 from Satterfield to Guy N. Rogers, re: 18 April letter on report 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 25 April 1963. Re: memorandum on the General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 16 April 1963 from Satterfield to Ruth McMillan of the General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: report, news release, list of newspaper, radio and TV persons 

Folder 201.10. Typed document. "General Legislative Investigating Committee Question to be Used in Making Investigation." 

Folder 201.10. Typed document. Re: Mississippi television stations. 

Folder 201.10. Typed document. Re: Mississippi radio stations. 

Folder 201.10. Typed document. Re: committee press release on details concerning the integration of the University of Mississippi. Handwritten notes and corrections. 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 8 March 1963 from John C. Satterfield to John Stennis, re: letter, incident at University of Mississippi, use of Mississippi National Guard, request for information 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 8 March 1963 from Satterfield to John Stennis, re: General Legislative Investigating Committee, University of Mississippi incident, military forces 

Folder 201.10. Handwritten document. Re: notes entitled "Memoranda and Correspondence," re: incident at the University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.10. Greyhound Bus bill dated 8 April 1963. Re: envelope. Consignee Ruth McMillan, shipped by Satterfield from Yazoo City, Mississippi 

Folder 201.10. Greyhound Bus bill dated 7 April 1963. Re: envelope. Consignee Ruth McMillan shipped by Satterfield from Yazoo City, Mississippi 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 10 April 1963. Re: memorandum to the General Legislative Investigating Committee on legal services rendered. Note. "Check received." 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter signed dated 29 March 1963 from Russell L. Fox to Satterfield, re: book The Blackamoor of Oxford by Elmore Greaves, copies of investigator's report about activities of men in Jackson and Yazoo City, error in issuance of warrant from State Auditor 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter signed dated 1 April 1963 from Ruth J. McMillan to Satterfield, re: attached warrant from State Auditor 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 9 April 1963 from Satterfield to Gene A. Wilkinson, re: 27 February bill to the Mississippi General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Folder 201.10. Typed letter dated 9 April 1963 from Satterfield to Dan H. Shell, re: bill to Mississippi Legislative Investigating Committee for services rendered, final report and draft 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 27 February 1963. Re: bill to Mississippi Legislative Investigating Committee for legal services rendered by legal assistants to Satterfield in reviewing testimony and preparing research memorandum 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 27 February 1963. Re: bill to Mississippi Legislative Investigating Committee for legal services rendered 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 27 February 1963. Re: bill to Mississippi Legislative Investigating Committee for legal services rendered. 

Folder 201.10. Handwritten document. "Barnett," re: listing of services, dates and hours worked 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 10 May 1965. Re: Legal services rendered. 

Folder 201.10. Typed document dated 10 May 1963. Re: stenographic overtime services required for work to complete report within time desired by the Committee 

Folder 201.10a. "Meredith Investigating Committee -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 11 April 1963 from Dan H. Shell to Satterfield, re: General Legislative Investigating Committee, draft of report to Committee, Shell's corrections and comments concerning drafts of report 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed from Russell L. Fox, chairman of the Mississippi General Legislative Investigating Committee, to "Members of the Mississippi Legislature," re: report. Handwritten note at bottom of page 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter from Russell L. Fox to Senator James O. Eastland, re: General Legislative Investigating Committee, events at University of Mississippi, request for information 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter from Russell L. Fox to Senator John C. Stennis, re: request for information on University of Mississippi on 30 September 1962, PFC Dominic Niglia shot at student in dormitory 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter from Russell L. Fox to Senator James O. Eastland, re: request for information, request statements made by Mississippi delegation in Congress on the events at University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 10 April 1963 from L.P.B. Lipscomb to Satterfield, re: material on Oxford enclosed, cost of tear gas, projectiles and soldiers for incident at the University of Mississippi 

Folder 201.10a. Mississippian (5 April 1963) 

Folder 201.10a. Typed document dated 7 February 1963. Re: list of members of the General Legislative Investigating Committee. 

Folder 201.10a. Typed document. Re: list of addresses of newspaper and television stations 

Folder 201.10a. Typed document. Re: list of newspaper editors and television managers 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 18 March 1963 from Satterfield to Hugh Clegg, re: copies of statement, flu 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 1 March 1963 from Satterfield to Russell Fox, Chairman of General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: further investigation by highway patrol, questioning witnesses, material assembled for report, fees 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 24 February 1963 from Satterfield to Russell Fox, Chairman of General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: occupation of the University of Mississippi, witness statements, report to committee, brutality and cruelty on campus 

Folder 201.10a. Typed document dated 7 February 1963. Re: list of members of the General Legislative Investigating Committee. 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 7 March 1963 from Satterfield to Hugh Clegg, re: hearings of committee, Chancellor sent copies of addresses and compilation of material on Meredith situation, request statement issued by local chapter of the American Association of University Professors commending Kennedy in Meredith matter 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 6 March 1963 from Mary Dunaway, secretary to Satterfield, to Russell Fox, re: photocopy of the University's Official Register of News Representatives, 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 4 March 1963 from Satterfield to Hugh Clegg, Assistant to the Chancellor, re: 26 February letter and enclosures 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 22 February 1963 from Satterfield to W.L. Sims, re: 14 February letter, copy of declaration 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 14 February 1963 from W.L. Sims to Satterfield, re: declaration filed in the Circuit Court of Lafayette County, Mississippi 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 18 February 1963 from Frank D. Barber to Satterfield, re: 15 February letter and enclosures 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 28 January 1963 from Satterfield to Dan H. Shell, re: rough memorandum 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 28 January 1963 from Satterfield to Dan H. Shell, re: memorandum of statements; statements of Colonel Birdsong, Patrolman Gayden, Patrolman Cole, Patrolman Grey, Patrolmen Bratton & Patrolman Smith; conversation with Russell Fox; Paul Johnson statement concerning what he heard from Barnett; statement from Chief of Campus Police Mr. Tatum; statements needed from Mayor of Oxford and Chief of Police of Oxford; possibility of Chancery Clerk, Sheriff Ford, and deputy asked to testify; violence directed toward dormitories and use of students as witnesses; road blocks; shooting of tear gas; television and radio coverage as means to attract crowd; advisory to Highway Patrol 

Folder 201.10a. Typed document dated 28 January 1963. "Rough Preliminary Memorandum Concerning Work of Legislative Investigating Committee, Confidential Legal Memorandum from Attorney for the Committee Re: Lt Gov. Paul B. Johnson; University of Mississippi Chief of Police Tatum; Chief Deputy Sheriff James Garrison; Mayor of Oxford; Coaches Poole and Kinard; Cliff Bingham; investigators for the Senators; Committee of the Board of Trustees; Rex Armistead pilot of plan which took John McLaurin et al, to the University; Chancery Clerk of Lafayette County; review by Tom Watkins Sr., and Governor Barnett; witnesses required." 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 15 February 1963 from Satterfield to Russell Fox, re: 28 January memorandum, preliminary recommendations concerning releases by the Committee, Patrolman Cole 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter dated 24 February 1963 from Satterfield to Russell Fox, re: 28 January 1963 memorandum, recommendations for consideration of the Committee; Assistant Supervisor of the Identification Division of the Highway Patrol Owin Cole, off-the-record executive conference held by Committee with Governor Barnett, Tom Watkins & Paul Johnson concerning events leading up to 30 September & statements in Leek article; instances of brutality; firing of tear gas into dormitories, brutalities of marshals, investigation of marshals and connection with federal government; request information from the Justice Department. 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 28 January 1963 from Satterfield to Dan H. Shell, re: letter. 

Folder 201.10a. Handwritten document. Re: memorandum of names and connection to University of Mississippi and Meredith case 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter signed dated 26 February 1963 from Satterfield to General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: procedure in continuing the investigation of the Committee 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter from Russell Fox to Robert Kennedy, re: investigation of the General Legislative Investigating Committee, request for information regarding University of Mississippi incident 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter to Senator James O. Eastland, re: letter to Robert F. Kennedy concerning information request regarding University of Mississippi, statements Eastland made 

Folder 201.10a. Typed letter to Senator John C. Stennis, re: letter to Attorney General of the United States and letter to James O. Eastland 

Folder 201.10a. Handwritten document. Re: notes on yellow tablet paper on proclamation, Eastland, Stennis, Tyler [Eggleton], press stories, Washington, Lynn Edwards, Carleton Putnam, home, Merrill, Frank Barnett, Wally Craig, Smith, Louis Wynn, Lewis Powell, Ray Miller 

Folder 201.10a. Western Union Sending Blank dated 25 February 1963 from Ross R. Barnett, Governor of Mississippi, to President John F. Kennedy, re: Executive Order No. 11053 issued 30 September 1962, appeal to remove Army units from the premises of the Oxford National Guard Armory and return facility to state authority 

Folder 201.10a. Article. George B. Leonard, T. George Harris, & Christopher S. Wren, "How a secret deal prevented a massacre at Ole Miss" Look 

Folder 201.11. "American Bar Association -- Meredith Case" 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 17 December 1962 from R.E. Wilbourn II, to Sylvester C. Smith Jr., President of the American Bar Association, re: statement made as president of bar association endorsing Kennedy's actions, self-government, Constitution 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 14 December 1962 from Sylvester C. Smith Jr. to Richard E. Wilbourn II, re: statement and 5 December 1962, Constitution, Board of Governors 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter dated 5 December 1962 from Richard E. Wilbourn II to Board of Governors of the American Bar Association, re: board endorsement of statement by Sylvester C. Smith Jr. as president of the bar association, December 1962 high school football game in Washington, DC, Citizen's Council publication 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter dated 29 November 1962 from C. Sidney Carlton to Don Hyndman, Director of Public Relations of the American Bar Association, re: American Bar News publications, speech of President Sylvester C. Smith Jr 

Folder 201.11. Journal. American Bar Association Coordinator Vol. 10, No. 11 (1 November 1962). 

Folder 201.11. Article. American Bar Association Journal Vol. 48 (November 1962), p. 997 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 30 October 1962 from Sylvester C. Smith Jr. to Satterfield, re: Smith's defense of speech in Philadelphia referring to the University of Mississippi incident, approval from Board of Governors, press accounts and public reaction to speech, Little Rock incident, freedom rider incidents. Original and a copy. 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter dated 23 October 1962 from Satterfield to Walter E. Craig, re: letter to Syl Smith 

Folder 201.11. Telegram from Satterfield to Sylvester C. Smith, re: released statement concerning University of Mississippi incident 

Folder 201.11. Routing slip dated 22 October 1962 from the Postmaster in Newark to Postmaster in Yazoo City, Mississippi 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 17 October 1962 from Satterfield to Sylvester C. Smith Jr., re: Smith's 1 October press release, enclosing letters from leading lawyers in Birmingham and Mississippi, American Bar Association involvement in Little Rock case or sit-in demonstrations with the freedom riders incidents 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 12 October 1962 from Gibson B. Witherspoon to William B. Spann Jr., re: Syl Smith's press release concerning the University of Mississippi incident, American Bar Association 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 12 October 1962 from Meade Whitaker to Satterfield, re: Sylvester Smith's comments concerning the University of Mississippi incident, American Bar Association 

Folder 201.11. Envelope postmarked 17 October 1962 from Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford to Sylvester C. Smith Jr 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter dated 19 October 1962 from Satterfield to Sylvester C. Smith Jr., President of the American Bar Association, re: reaction of members of the American Bar Association in the South and other areas to press release of Smith's on 1 October 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter dated 7 October 1962 from Satterfield to Sylvester C. Smith, re: national meeting of the American Legion on 10 October; Chicago joint meeting of Board of Governors and Section Chairmen for American Bar Association on 12 October, Cannons of Ethics. 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter dated 5 October 1962 from Satterfield to John P. Bracken, re: thanks for letter, disappointment in Bracken 

Folder 201.11. Newspaper article. "Bar Head Lauds Kennedy Action in Mississippi." 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from John P. Bracken to Satterfield, re: statement of Syl Smith on the Mississippi situation, Satterfield's decision to act as counsel in case 

Folder 201.11. Typed letter signed dated 5 October 1962 from Sylvester C. Smith Jr. to Satterfield, re: Smith's statement concerning Mississippi case, Satterfield's volunteer action to be amicus curiae to the Meredith case, American Bar Association, House of Delegates 

Folder 201.12. "Meredith Case -- Sovereignty Commission Publication" 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: violence at the University of Mississippi, Meredith case, federal government and role of judiciary, government by intimidation 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter dated 4 December 1962 from Satterfield to L.P.B. Lipscomb, re: rough manuscript for Jackson Rotary Club speech, steel strike, reprinting by Sovereignty Commission, note from Satterfield's secretary. 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 28 February 1963 from J.D. Williams, Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, to Satterfield, re: 25 February 1963 letter, enclosed copy of University of Mississippi statement on Meredith case and talks Williams gave at the combined civic clubs in Greenville, Mississippi, in October 1962, and the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on 21 February 1963 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. J.D. Williams, "Another Mississippi Story." 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. "The University and Integration: An Address before the Commonwealth Club of California by J.D. Williams, Chancellor, the University of Mississippi, February 21, 1963, Sheraton-Palace Hotel, San Francisco." 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 13 December 1962 from Earl T. Thomas to Satterfield. re: "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation," suggested corrections 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 11 December 1962 from Jerome B. [Stern] on behalf of Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford to Albert Jones, State Sovereignty Commission, re: Satterfield's speech, directory of the American Bar Association. 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter dated 5 December 1962 to "Albert," re: copy of address to the American Bar Association in San Francisco 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 1 December 1962 from Earl T. Thomas to Satterfield, re: circulation of Jackson Rotary Club speech, Sovereignty Commission's reprint among lawyers and civic clubs, statement of Mississippi's position, a list of American Bar Association's members 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 11 January 1963 from Garner W. Green to Satterfield, re: 9 January letter, checking speech to avoid opposition's ability to challenge speech 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter dated 11 January 1963 from Mary Dunaway, secretary to Satterfield to Landman Teller, re: 10 January letter, request for photograph 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 10 January 1963 from Landman Teller to Satterfield, Re: Vicksburg Rotary Club address on 17 January, request for photo of Satterfield for newspaper reproduction and printing 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 2 January 1963 from C. Clyde Atkins, Chairman of American Bar Association Special Committee to Cooperate with Cuban Lawyers in Exile, to Satterfield, re: employment for lawyers from Cuba in exile from Castro regime 

Folder 201.12. Postcard. "Who's Right? Who's Left? What's Right? What's Wrong?" (American Council of Christian Laymen) 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 9 January 1963 from Verne P. Kaub, President of the American Council of Christian Laymen, to the President, re: Kennedy's action of sending marshals to the University of Mississippi, speeding the process of integration through actions of Congress 

Folder 201.12. Typed letter signed dated 9 January 1963 from Verne P. Kaub, President of the American Council of Christian Layment, to J. Erwin Miller, President of the National Council of Churches, re: National Conference on Religion and Race, speeding integration, housing segregation. 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. "Seminar on Corporation Law and Professional Corporations. January 18, 1963 at the University of Mississippi and January 25, 1963 in Jackson, Mississippi," re: schedule of events and registration form 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: rough draft of "Due Process of Law or Government By Intimidation." 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: rough draft of "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation." With correction marks and two and a half pages of handwritten notes on yellow tablet paper 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: rough draft of "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation." 2 copies with correction marks 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: rough draft of "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation." Numerous handwritten corrections in pen and pencil includes sections entitled "Haste and Tragedy," "Government by Intimidation," "The Law of the Land," & "An Indestructible Union of Indestructible States?" 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: "Government by Intimidation or by Due Process of Law?: Speech made by John C. Satterfield, first delivered before the Rotary Club at Jackson, Mississippi." 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. "Government by Intimidation or by Due Process of Law?: An address by John C. Satterfield first delivered before the Rotary Club at Jackson, Mississippi." 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: draft of "A Pattern of Government?" on federal government intervention in Mississippi. With corrections and added sections 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. "A Pattern of Government?," re: federal government intervention in Mississippi 

Folder 201.12. Typed document dated 21 December 1962. "A Pattern of Government?," re: federal government intervention in Mississippi. With corrections and notes 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: "Third" section to draft of "A Pattern of Government." 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: "Third" section to draft "A Pattern of Government." With correction notes. 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: "Page 3" of manuscript concerning Supreme Court and the President 

Folder 201.12. Handwritten document. Re: draft of "Third" section to draft "A Pattern of Government." 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. "Government by Intimidation or by Due Process of Law," re: an address by Satterfield delivered before the Rotary Club at Jackson, Mississippi. 

Folder 201.12. Typed document. Re: pages 7, 8-9, and 12 of manuscript concerning Court of Appeals of the Fifth Circuit & events in Mississippi 

[Loose Material Box "Miss 201-13a -- 201.2a"] 

Pamphlet. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term 1962, The State of Mississippi, et.al.....Petitioners vs. James Howard Meredith, etc...Respondent...Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit 

Handwritten letter signed dated 6 November 1962 from Nicholas de B. Katzenbach, Deputy Attorney Genera,l to Satterfield of Satterfield, Shell, Williams, & Buford, re: Satterfield letter accusing Katzenbach of being critical of Mississippi lawyers in connection with James Meredith case 

Handwritten letter. Re: copy of above letter 

Newspaper clipping. "Lawyers' Silence in Ole Miss Case Still under Attack by Justice Department" Washington Post (25 November 1962) 

Newspaper clipping. "Katzenbach Criticizes Lawyers in Race Field." 

Washington Post (25 October 1962) 

Newspaper clipping. "Robert Kennedy Chides U.S. Bar" New York Times (30 September 1962) 

Newspaper clipping. "Robert Kennedy Disputed by Mississippi Lawyer" New York Times (1 October 1962) 

Pamphlet. The University of Mississippi and the Meredith Case (15 November 1962). Annotated copy 

Handwritten document signed dated 20 November 1962. Re: copy of "Address by Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice, to Yale Law School Association of Washington, DC, on November 20, 1962." 

Copy handwritten letter dated 19 February 1963 from Russell L. Fox, Chairman of the General Legislative Investigating Committee of Mississippi, to Senator James O. Eastland, re: investigation into the events of 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten letter dated 15 March 1963 from Nicholas Katzenbach, Deputy Attorney General, to Russell L. Fox, Chairman of the State of Mississippi General Legislative Investigating Committee. 

Copy handwritten letter dated 23 March 1963 from Russell L. Fox, Chairman of the State of Mississippi General Legislative Investigating Committee, to Nicholas de B. Katzenbach, U.S. Department of Justice Deputy Attorney General. 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 25 March 1963 from Cyrus R. Vance, Secretary of the Army, to Satterfield, Counsel for the State of Mississippi's General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: 8 March letter requesting information regarding the University of Mississippi riot 

Typed document. "Rough Memorandum Concerning Report of the General Legislative Investigating Committee," re: 1962 riot at the University of Mississippi. Annotated 

Typed document. "Preliminary Draft of Report of General Legislative Investigating Committee Concerning Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi and the Events Resulting Therefrom." Annotated copy 

Typed document. "Rough Draft of Letter of Transmittal by the General Legislative Investigating Committee to the Legislature of the State of Mississippi of its Report Upon the Events Occurring at the University of Mississippi on September 30, 1962, and Thereafter." Annotated copy. 

Typed document. "Preliminary Draft of Report of General Legislative Investigating Committee Concerning Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi and the Events Resulting Therefrom." Annotated copy 

Typed document. "Preliminary Draft of Report of General Legislative Investigating Committee Concerning Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi and the Events Resulting Therefrom." Annotated copy 

Pamphlet. A Report by the General Legislative Investigating Committee to the Mississippi State Legislature Concerning the Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi September 30, 1962 by the Department of Justice of the United States (8 May 1963) 

Press release dated 8 May 1963. Re: General Legislative Investigating Committee to the Mississippi State Legislature 

Folder 201.13a. "Meredith Case -- John C. Satterfield Withdrawal" 

Folder 201.13a. Typed document. "Order Approving Withdrawal of Attorney," re: withdrawal of Satterfield as attorney for the State of Mississippi, Governor Ross R. Barnett, & Lt. Governor Paul B. Johnson, Jr. in the case James H. Meredith, Appellant v. Charles Dickson Fair, et.al., Appellees. 2 unsigned copies and one annotated copy 

Folder 201.13a. Typed document. Satterfield, "Draft of Statement Concerning Withdrawal from Defense of Ross R. Barnett." 2 copies 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter signed dated 8 January 1962[3] from Satterfield to Joe T. Patterson, Charles Clark, Garner Green, Malcolm Montgomery, Thomas Watkins, M.M. Roberts, W.F. Goodman, re: withdrawal as counsel 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter dated 9 January 1963 from Satterfield to Edward W. Wadsworth, Clerk United State Court of Appeals of Fifth Circuit, re: withdrawal as counsel. Annotated. 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter dated 9 January 1963 from Satterfield to Edward W. Wadsworth, Clerk United State Court of Appeals of Fifth Circuit, re: withdrawal as counsel. 3 copies 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter signed dated 9 January 1963 from Satterfield to John F. Davis, re: withdrawal from case. Note: marked "do not mail." 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter dated 10 January 1963 from Chief Deputy Clerk Clara R. James, United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit, to Satterfield, re: certified copy of order approving his withdrawal from contempt case. 

Folder 201.13a. Telegram dated 21 January 1963 from Tom C. Clark to Satterfield, re: grant of motion to withdraw from contempt case 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter signed dated 21 January 1963 from Office of the Clerk, Supreme Court of the United States, to Satterfield, re: court entered the following order granting leave to withdraw from the contempt case 

Folder 201.13a. Typed letter dated 13 February 1963 from Satterfield to Justice Tom C. Clark, Supreme Court of the United States, re: thanks for obtaining the order approving withdrawal from the contempt case 

"Senator Eastland" 

Newspaper clipping. "Secret Orders on Invasion of Oxford Bared by Army Daily News Washington. 

Newspaper clipping. Re: William Faulkner's views on the Meredith Affair/Segregation. 

Newspaper clipping. "Justice Department Blamed with Greenwood News Gag." Memphis Commercial Appeal

Newspaper clipping. "'Police State' and Mississippi." 

Newspaper clipping. "Meredith Expulsion is Urged by Editor" Memphis Commercial Appeal

Newspaper clipping. April 4, 1963. "Cook's Complete Report on Butts-Bryan Case Released" Jackson Clarion-Ledger (4 April 1963) 

Article. "How a Secret Deal Prevented a Massacre at Ole Miss." Look (31 December 1962) 

Pamphlet. "The Mississippi Story As Seen by the Members of the Mississippi Municipal Association." 

Newspaper clipping. "Precautions 'Useless': Short Notice Blamed for Rioting at U.M." (12 February 1963). Annotated copy 

Telegram dated 5 October 1962 from E.R. Whitman to Senator James O. Eastland, re: Whitman's wish to testify before Eastland's Senate Judiciary Committee concerning the university riot 

Article. "Sooners at Oxford" (1 October 1962). Annotated copy 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 1 October 1962 from D. Michael Biggs to his parents, re: Meredith riot. Annotated copy 

Copy typed letter signed dated 11 October 1962 from Leon C. Roe to Senator James O. Eastland, re: Meredith riot. Annotated copy 

Copy typed letter signed dated 2 October 1962 from George S. Monroe II to Senator James O. Eastland, re: actions of U.S. Marshals on 30 September 1962 at the University of Mississippi. Annotated copy 

Copy typed document signed. Re: affidavit of Jack Barrett concerning the events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed document signed. Re: affidavit of Jerrell Mitchell concerning the events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed document signed. Re: affidavit of Travis Vance Jr. concerning the events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed document signed. Re: affidavit of Dan McIntosh III concerning the events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed document signed. Re: affidavit of Patrick D. Smith concerning the events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed document dated 4 October 1962. Re: affidavit of Edward D. Hodo concerning the events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from James D.J. Holmes to Senator James O. Eastland, re: events of 30 September 1962. Annotated copy 

Copy typed letter signed dated 12 November 1962 from C.M. Merkel to Chancellor J.D. Williams, re: events of 30 September 1962, abuse suffered by son "Charles." Annotated copy 

Copy typed letter dated October 1962 from Davis Richards to Senator James O. Eastland, re: events of 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from John T. Armstrong to Senator James O. Eastland, re: events of 30 September 1962. 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 5 October 1962 from David Michael Biggs to Senator James O. Eastland, re: events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed, re: memorandum by O.G. Bori on the events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed. "Statement of Rufus T. Jones, Director of Personnel, University of Mississippi, Regarding Events as Personally Seen on September 30 and October 1, 1962, at the University of Mississippi." 

Copy typed letter from Johnny McCormick to Senator James O. Eastland, re: McCormick's arrest on 1 October 1962 

Typed letter signed dated 21 March 1963 from L.P.B. Lipscomb to John Satterfield, re: investigation of events of 30 September 1962 

Typed letter signed dated 21 March 1963 from Senator James O. Eastland to Satterfield, re: information that Eastland has in his files regarding the University of Mississippi riot 

Typed document dated 20 March 1963. Re: list of material sent to Satterfield for the use of the Mississippi Joint Legislative Investigating Committee 

Typed letter signed dated 22 March 1963 from Dan H. Shell of Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford to Russell Fox, re: newspaper article containing statements of Professor James W. Silver 

Newspaper clipping. "Prof. Silver Can Furnish Witnesses" Jackson Daily News (20 March 1963) 

Copy typed document. Re: affidavit of Virgil Morten on entering Oxford on 1 October 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 9 October 1962. Re: affidavit of Gwin Cole on U.S. Marshal's actions on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 11 October 1962. Re: affidavit of George Hendrick on events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 4 October 1962. Re: affidavit of Jack E. Smith on events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: affidavit of Leonard Thomas on events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed letter signed from Olyn H. Flynn to Chief Dave Gayden of the Mississippi Highway Patrol, re: "Statement of What I Witnessed at Oxford Sunday, September 30, 1962." 

Copy typed letter signed dated 5 October 1962 from Hansel E. Reeves to Colonel T.B. Birdsong of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, re: Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from W. J. B[ennet?], re: events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed letter signed dated 10 October 1962 from Dr. V.B. Harrison to Colonel T.B. Birdsong of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, re: Welby Brunt 

Copy typed document. "Discharge Summaries for Welby Brunt from the University Hospital, Jackson, Mississippi." 

Copy typed letter signed dated 4 October 1962 from H.L. Vinson to Chief Dave Gayden of Mississippi Highway Patrol, re: events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed letter signed dated 9 October 1962 from Steve L. Henderson to Chief Dave Gayden of Mississippi Highway Patrol, re: Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed. "Patrolmen H.B. McDaniel's Statement of what occurred on September 30, 1962." 

Copy typed document signed. Re: statement of patrolmen L.J. Connel and J H. Stennis on the drunk driving stop of U.S. Marshals on 3 October 1962 

Copy typed document signed. Re: statement of patrolman James Donald Woods on the events of 30 September1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 4 October 1962, statement of William Howell on University of Mississippi detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed. Re: statement of Tom Hester of Unit 140 on University of Mississippi detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 5 October 1962. Re: statement of Charles T. Williams on the events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed. Re: statement of Patrolman Loy W. Gammel on the events of 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 4 October 1962. Re: statement of Patrolman Floyd Williams on the events of 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed, re: statement of Donald R. Evans, Badge 208, on Oxford detail on 1 October 1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed, re: statement of John E. Coleman, Badge 94, on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed. Re: statement of Dana A. Sanders on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten letter signed dated 8 October 1962, re: statement of Patrolman Lloyd W. Gatewood on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten document signed. Re: statement of C.L. Staton on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 4 October 1962. Re: statement of Inspector W.G. Gray on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of G.G. Flynt on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 7 October 1962, Re: statement of M.G. Magee on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten document signed. "Report of Activities of September 30th [1962] by M.W. Weathers." 

Copy handwritten document signed. Re: statement of J.T. Bond on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of patrolman Howard L. Miller Jr. on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 9 October 1962. Re: statement of Steve L. Henderson on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 3 October 1962. Re: statement of M.E. Fulks on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 9 October 1962. Re: statement of Daniel Vernon Re: Duty at University of Mississippi, September 30, 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of B.J. [Ke]ndall on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 9 October 1962. Re: statement of Billy A. Herron on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of Irvin R. Rippy on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 8, 1962. Re: statement of Joseph A. Pol on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of R.E. Blackwell on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of George W. Saxon on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed letter signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of D.D. Cvitanovich on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of patrolman T.P. Naylor on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of patrolman H.C. Fairley on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of patrolman Archie R. Fairley on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy handwritten document signed. Re: statement of M.G. [Cinthard], Badge 155, on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962. Re: statement of D.L. Wesley on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed. Re: statement of C.L. King on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 8 October 1962, Re: statement of patrolman Paul Griffin on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 9 October 1962. Re: statement of Robert R. Pope on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 10 October 1962. Re: statement of J.L. Campbell on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed. Re: statement of Clifton T. [Simonson] on the Oxford detail on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 6 October 1962. Re: statement of Ben C. Collins on the events in Oxford on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 3 October 1962. Re: statement of Charles E. Reynolds on the events in Oxford on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 5 October 1962. Re: statement of Hudson Bell on the events in Oxford on 30 September 1962 

Copy typed document signed dated 5 October 1962. Re: statement of Henry Petty on the events in Oxford on 30 September 1962 

"Law Ignored: Extension of Remarks of Hon. W.J. Bryan Dorn of South Carolina in the House of Representatives" Congressional Record (2 October 1962), p. A7252. 

"Due Process of Law Ignored: Extension of Remarks of Hon. A. Willis Robertson of Virginia in the Senate of the United States" Congressional Record (3 October 1962), p. A7289. 

"Ole Miss' Blind Negro Saga Recalled: Extension of Remarks of Hon. George Grant of Alabama in the House of Representatives" Congressional Record (10 October 1962), p. A7511. 

"President Kennedy's Statement on the University of Mississippi Situation: Remarks by Hon. Wayne L. Morse of Oregon" & "The Tragedy of Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. Stephen M. Young of Ohio" Congressional Record (1 October 1962), pp. 20250-20251 

"The Situation at the University of Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. James O. Eastland of Mississippi, Hon. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, & Hon. John C. Stennis of Mississippi" Congressional Record (1 October 1962), pp. 20262-20263 

"Events in Mississippi Have Shocked the People of this Nation: Remarks by Hon. Edith S. Green of Oregon" Congressional Record (4 October 1962), pp. 21218-21219. 

"Unnecessarily Large Number of Troops Stationed in Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. John C. Stennis of Mississippi & Hon. Richard B. Russell of Georgia" Congressional Record (8 October 1962), pp. 21551-21552. 

"Troops in Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. Karl E. Mundt of South Dakota" Congressional Record (8 October 1962), p. 21556 

"The Time Is Now: Remarks by Hon. Jacob K. Javits of New York" Congressional Record (12 October 1962), p. 22079. 

"The Mississippi Situation and the Erosion of Constitutional Principles: Remarks by Hon. A. Willis Robertson of Virginia" Congressional Record (10 October 1962), pp. 21704-21705. 

"Contrasting Concepts of Due Process: Remarks by Hon. John C. Stennis of Mississippi" & "Demonstration of National Power Over State Control of Education: Remarks by Hon. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina" Congressional Record (9 October 1962), pp. 21657-21663. 

"University of Mississippi Law School Students Show Their Devotion to Law and Order: Remarks by Hon. William Proxmire of Wisconsin" Congressional Record (9 October 1962), pp. 21655-21656. 

"Tyranny at the Top-Activities of the Federal Government in Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. Spessard L. Holland of Florida" Congressional Record (8 October 1962), pp. 21562-21564. 

"Resolution by University of Mississippi Professors: Remarks by Hon. Phillip A. Hart of Michigan" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. 21329. 

"Conditions at Oxford, Miss.: Remarks by Hon. John C. Stennis of Mississippi" Congressional Record (4 October 1962), p. 20996. 

"The Situation in Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. Jacob K. Javits of New York" Congressional Record (4 October 1962), pp. 20954-20955. 

"Use of Federal Troops at Oxford, Miss.: Remarks by Hon. Harry F. Byrd of Virginia" Congressional Record (3 October 1962), pp. 20798-20799 

"The Due Process Factor in the Meredith Case: Remarks by Hon. John C. Stennis of Mississippi" Congressional Record (2 October 1962), pp. 20532-20533 

"Congressional Decisions on Constitutional Questions: Remarks by Hon. John M. Butler of Maryland" Congressional Record (2 October 1962), p. 20523. 

"The Situation at the University of Mississippi: Remarks by Hon. Jacob K. Javits of New York" Congressional Record (1 October 1962), p. 20310. 

"Amalgamated Laundry Workers Joint Board Supports the President: Remarks by the Hon. William Fitts Ryan of New York" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. A7318. 

"Resolution of Citizens' Council of Greater New Orleans: Remarks by the Hon. F. Edward Hebert of Louisiana" Congressional Record (6 October 1962), p. A7341 

"The Mississippi Tragedy: Remarks by the Hon. William M. Colmer of Mississippi" & "Bayonets and Mississippi: Remarks by the Hon. Thomas M. Pelly of Washington" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), pp. A7330-A7332. 

"The Overriding Truth: Remarks by the Hon. William Fitts Ryan" Congressional Record (2 October 1962), p. A7259 

"The Drug Amendments of 1962: speech of the Hon. Robert R. Barry" Congressional Record (3 October 1962), p. A7293. 

"Firsthand View of What Occurred: Remarks of the Hon. John A. Blatnik of Minnesota" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), pp. A7300-A7303 

"The Result in Mississippi: Remarks of the Hon. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina" Congressional Record (3 October 1962), pp. A7292-A7293. 

"Kennedys Trample Due Process: Remarks of the Hon. William M. Tuck of Virginia" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. A7312. 

"Second Annual Report to the People of Kansas Fourth District From Congressman Garner E. Shriver: Remarks of the Hon. Garner E. Shriver of Kansas" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. A7313 

"Haste in the Mississippi Case: Remarks of the Hon. William M. Colmer" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. A7327. 

"Patience by Federal Government Could Have Averted Bloodshed: Remarks of the Hon. George Huddleston, Jr., of Alabama" Congressional Record (6 October 1962), p. A7405. 

"Mississippi: Remarks of the Hon. John J. Rooney of New York" Congressional Record (6 October 1962), p. A7424. 

"Illegality Breeds Illegality: Remarks of the Hon. Thomas G. Abernethy of Mississippi" Congressional Record (6 October 1962), p. A7433. 

"And Speaking of Law: Remarks of the Hon. Watkins M. Abbitt of Virginia" Congressional Record (6 October 1962), pp. A7444-A7446. 

"The Oxford Incident: Remarks of the Hon. A.S. Herlong, Jr., of Florida" Congressional Record (10 October 1962), p. A7537. 

"Illegality Breeds Illegality: Remarks of the Hon. Robert L.F. Sikes of Florida" Congressional Record (11 October 1962), p. A7607. 

"Mississippi is Right: Remarks by the Hon. Thomas C. Abernethy of Mississippi" Congressional Record (12 October 1962), pp. A7636-7638. 

"Meredith's Advice in the Army: Remarks by the Hon. L. Mendel Rivers of South Carolina" Congressional Record (12 October 1962), p. A7649. 

"Wrong-Way Kennedys Romp Again: Remarks by the Hon. James B. Utt of California" Congressional Record (12 October 1962), p. A7267. 

"The University of Mississippi: Remarks by Mr. Ryan of New York" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. 21398. 

"Tragedy in Mississippi," "Mississippi," "Armed Federal Forces in Mississippi," "Armed Force in Mississippi," & "Situation in Mississippi,"Congressional Record (1 October 1962), pp. 20346-20350. 

"Constitutional Crisis in Mississippi: Remarks by Mr. Alford" Congressional Record (1 October 1962), p. 20427. 

"The Mississippi Crisis: Remarks by Mr. Ryan" Congressional Record. House (2 October 1962), p. 20649 

"Remarks by Mr. Alger" Congressional Record (3 October 1962), pp. 20682-20686. 

"Report on Continued Violation of Constitutional Rights of General Walker: Remarks by Mr. Alger of Texas" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. 21225. 

"Small Winnings in Mississippi: Remarks of Mr. Dowdy" Congressional Record (12 October 1962), pp. 22104-22106. 

"Senator Eastland of Mississippi: Remarks of Mrs. Green of Oregon" Congressional Record (5 October 1962), p. 21401. 

U.S. News and World Report October 15, 1962. Cover story "The Mississippi Tragedy--What it All Means." 

"Oxford Occupation: Here's Chapter II" U.S. News and World Report (22 October 1962) 

Copy newspaper clippings. Evening Star,  Herald Tribune,  Memphis Commercial Appeal,  Washington Post, articles by David Lawrence and Van Savell. Re: civil rights in Mississippi 

Copy newspaper clippings. New York Times (2-3 October 1962);  Evening Star (2-3 October 1962); Rick Tuttle article. Re: civil rights, James Meredith, and Ross Barnett contempt case 

Copy newspaper clippings. Memphis Commercial Appeal (5 October 1962);  Jackson Daily News (2 October 1962);  New York Times;  Washington Daily News (16 October 1962). Re: civil rights, University of Mississippi riots, James Meredith, Guihard 

Holmes Alexander column guest writer Robert F. Kennedy. 

"The Court and the Governor of Mississippi: Remarks of Mr. Eastland" & "Extension of Federal Air Pollution Control Law: Remarks of Mr. Kuchel, Mr. Humphrey, Mr. Stennis, Mr. Eastland" Congressional Record (Senate 26 September 1962), pp. 19646-19660. With note: "See Exhibit 1, page 19649, by Alfred J. Schweppe and Exhibit 2, page 19654, by W. Scott Wilkinson." 

Folder "Preliminary Draft -- Investigating Committee Report" [General Legislative Investigating Committee of Mississippi] Cover sheet. "Note the following in these depositions," re: George, Crockett, Charlie 

Typed document. "Illegality of Federalization of Mississippi National Guard and Sse of the Armed Forces of United States in OPERATION RAPID ROAD." Initialed with corrections in pencil 

Typed document. Re: proclamation no. 3497 issued by President John F. Kennedy on 30 September 1962. Corrections in pencil 

Typed document. Re: General Legislative Investigating Committee reply to U.S. Department of Justice charge that the Committee's report of 30 September 1962 was not true 

Newspaper clipping. "Feds Claim UM Hearing Rigged" Jackson Daily News, (2 May 1963) 

Typed document. Re: rough draft of letter by the General Legislative Investigating Committee to the Legislature of the University of Mississippi on its report. Corrections typed or written in blue pen 

Typed document. Re: addition of paragraphs to draft 

Article. Memphis Commercial Appeal (25 April 1963), p. 1 

Typed document. Press release for 24 April 1963 on General Legislative Investigating Committee's report of its investigation of the occupation of the University of Mississippi on 30 September 

Typed document. "Chronological Outline of Events Concerning the Firing of Gas by U.S. Marshals and Resume of Instances Regarding the Firing of Gas by the U.S. Marshals." Written notes and citations of page numbers in pencil. 

Typed document. "Incidents of Brutality and A Resume of Events Concerning the Brutality Displayed by the U.S. Marshals and Federal Troops." Written notes and citations of page numbers in pencil. 

Document. Re: chronology of mobilization plan 

Typed document. "Preliminary Draft of Report of General Legislative Investigating Committee Concerning Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi and the Events Resulting Therefrom. Introductory." 

Typed document. "Status of Litigation by James H. Meredith Pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi." Correction notes made in pencil. 

Typed document. "Maintenance of Order by the Law Enforcement Officers of Mississippi prior to September 30, 1962." Correction notes in pencil. 

Typed document. "The Protection of Civil Rights by the Department of Justice." Correction notes in pencil 

Typed document. " Maintenance of Order upon the Campus of the University of Mississippi on September 30, 1962." Correction notes in pencil 

Typed document. "Assistance by State Officials and the Mississippi Highway Patrol to the Department of Justice and the United States Army in Maintaining Order." Correction notes in pencil 

Typed document. "The prosecution of "OPERATION RAPID ROAD" by the Department of Justice and the United States Army." Correction notes in pencil 

Typed document. "The violence, death, injuries and destruction..." 

Folder "Final Draft -- Investigating Committee Report" [General Legislative Investigating Committee of Mississippi] 

Typed document. Committee press release dated 8 May 1963, re: federal operation at the University of Mississippi in September 1962, General Legislative Investigating Committee report 

Map. American Oil Company Road Map of Mississippi and Alabama. Numerous cities/positions circled in red and blue crayon. 

Pamphlet. "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation? It Could Happen to You: An address by John C. Satterfield" (Jackson, MS: Purser Brothers, undated). 

Typed document. Preliminary Draft of "Report of General Legislative Investigating Committee Concerning Occupation of the Campus of the University of Mississippi and the Events Resulting Therefrom." Written notes and corrections 

Typed document. Memorandum dated 25 April 1963, re: General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Typed document. Memorandum to Satterfield, re: General Legislative Investigating Committee Report. 

Typed document. Rough draft of letter by the General Legislative Investigating Committee to the Legislature of the State of Mississippi on its report of events at the University of Mississippi on 30 September 1962. 2 copies 

Typed document. Copy of the report "A Tragedy of Errors." With handwritten note, handwritten & typed corrections 

Typed letter signed dated 30 April 1963 from Bill Simmons to Dan Shell. Handwritten note on top of document from Shell to Satterfield dated 1 May 1963. Attached article by J.J. K., "Mississippi and the Marshals" Richmond News Leader (29 April 1963) 

Typed document. Committee press release for 24 April 1963, re: General Legislative Investigating Committee's report 

Jackson Clarion-Ledger (25 April 1963), pp. 1-2 & 11-12 

Article. Alfred J. Schweppe, "Enforcement of Federal Court Decrees: A 'Recurrence to Fundamental Principles,'" American Bar Association Journal (February 1958), pp. 113-116, 187-192. Handwritten notes and marginalia. 

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, Vol. 31, No. 10 (October 1962). Featured article: Inspector George P. McManus, "Practical Measures for Police Control of Riots and Mobs." 

Typed letter dated 13 March 1963 from Leone D. King to Satterfield, re: enclosed copies of requested statements from newspaper or public letters by James W. Silver (2); Barton Milligan, Tom J. Truss Jr., Russell H. Barrett on behalf of University of Mississippi Chapter of the American Association of University Professors, Dr. E. R. Jobe, Paul Flowers, Russell H. Barrett, Camden Norris, S.S. Talbert, Charles Collingwood, Tom Ethridge, Ben Thomas, Evans Harrington, and Michael Smith 

Typed letter signed dated 26 February 1963 from Hugh Clegg to Satterfield, re: enclosed requested materials including lists of people who registered arrival on the University of Mississippi campus, people who had firsthand knowledge of civil rights violations of students on campus between 30 September -- 1 October 1962, and names who had first hand knowledge of rioting activities 

Typed document. Affidavit dated 8 November 1962 of Nicholas deB. Katzenbach concerning events on 30 September and 1 October 1962. 

Typed document signed. Copy of affidavit dated 21 February 1963 of Robert F. Kennedy concerning events on 30 September and 1 October 1962. 

Typed document. Copy of petition dated 21 November 1962 from James P. McShane to Claude F. Clayton, Judge of U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi 

Typed document signed. Copy of indictment of James P. McShane for breach of peace at the University of Mississippi on 30 September 1962. Signed by Jesse L. Yancy Jr., District Attorney 

Typed letter signed dated 1 March 1963 from Guy N. Rogers, Assistant Attorney General, to Satterfield, re: pleadings filed in the habeas corpus proceedings of James P. McShane 

Typed document. "Copy of Answer of Respondent, J.W. Ford, Sheriff of Lafayette County, Mississippi, in the Matter of the Petition of James P. McShane. Civil Action No. W-C-36-62." 

Typed document. "Copy of Order from United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi Western Division in the Matter of the Petition of James P. McShane for a Writ of Habeas Corpus" (29 January 1963). 

Typed document. "Copy of Writ Concerning the Person of James P. McShane from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi Western Division" (21 November 1962). 

Typed document. "Order of Writ of Habeas Corpus from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi Western Division" (21 November 1962) 

Folder "Meredith Clippings -- Pro-Kennedy" 

Assorted newspaper clippings concerning James Meredith and events at the University of Mississippi that support President Kennedy's actions during the ensuing events. 

Newspapers from which articles were taken include: The Arkansas Gazette,  The Clarion Ledger,  The Commercial Appeal,  LosAngeles,  California Daily Journal,  The Dallas Texas Times Herald,  The Jackson Advocate,  The Minneapolis Minnesota Star,  The New York Daily News,  The New York Herald Tribune,  The New York Journal-American,  The New York Times,  The Washington Post,  The New Orleans States-Item,  The SanFrancisco California News-Call Bulletin, St. Louis, Missouri Newspaper,  The Sunday Evening Post,  The Wall Street Journal

Magazines and journals from which articles were taken include: U.S. News and World Report,  The Dan Smoot Report,  The Nation,  Newsweek,  The Reporter,  Time 

Folder "Meredith Clippings -- Pro-Mississippi" 

Typed document. "The Truth about Violence at the University of Mississippi," (Jackson, MS: Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce, October 1962). Corrections and notes handwritten in blue ink 

Typed document. Governor Ross R. Barnett, "A Statewide Address on Television and Radio to the People of Mississippi" (13 September 1962) 

Handwritten letter signed dated 4 October [1962] from Stok[ae] to John [Satterfield], re: two articles attached with thoughts for a talk 

Handwritten letter signed postmarked 10 October 1962 from J.A. Stubb to Satterfield , re: enclosed Southern Methodist Church pamphlet from the Southern Methodist Church of Orangeburg, South Carolina on mixed race church meetings and the South Carolinian Southern Methodist Church response to Mississippi tragedy 

Assorted newspaper clippings concerning James Meredith and events at the University of Mississippi that support Mississippians' actions during the ensuing events. Newspapers include: Chattanooga Free Press,  Jackson Clarion-Ledger,  Memphis Commercial Appeal,  Fort Wayne Indiana News-Sentinel,  Indianapolis Star,  Jackson Daily News,  La Crosse Tribune,  Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader,  New York Herald Tribune,  New York Times,  Richmond News Leader,  Shreveport Journal,  New Orleans Times Picayune,  Virginia Law Weekly, and  Washington Post. Magazines and journals include:  Citizen,  Dan Smoot Report,  Federation for Constitutional Government,  Jet Magazine,  Mississippi Educational Advance,  Past Commander,  Reporter,  Southern Star,  U.S. News and World Report 

Folder "Trip File -- Investigating Committee" 

Typed document. Re: statement by the Department of Justice dated 24 April 1963 on General Legislative Investigating Committee of Mississippi report of events at the University of Mississippi. 

Typed document. Re: statement by the Department of Justice dated 8 May 1963 on report based on witness testimonies 

Typed letter dated 4 May 1963 from Satterfield to David Lawrence, re: copy of final report of the General Legislative Investigating Committee of Mississippi. 3 carbon copies 

Typed letter signed dated 15 May 1963 from Dan H. Shell, of Satterfield, Shell, Williams & Buford, to M.M. Roberts, re: receipt of 9 May 1963 note concerning work of General Legislative Investigating Committee 

Typed letter dated 17 May 1963 from Satterfield to M.M. Roberts, re: thanks for letter to Russell Fox concerning the work of the General Legislative Investigating Committee, integration of schools 

Typed letter signed dated 9 May 1963 from M.M. Roberts to Russell L. Fox, Chairman of the General Legislative Investigating Committee, re: report of General Legislative Investigating Committee, Mississippi State University sending basketball team to compete with a negro team from Loyola 

Typed document. Re: memorandum on the General Legislative Investigating Committee and attorneys for Virgil Norton, Virgil Wesley, and James Chapman 

Folder "Rotary Club Speech -- 12 November 1962" 

Clipping. Quitman County Democrat (15 November 1962), pp. 1-4 

Typed document. "Due Process of Law or Government by Intimidation: An Address by John C. Satterfield." Re: tragedy at the University of Mississippi, recent violence in U.S., role of Mississippi lawyers in keeping peace 

Typed document. "Government by Intimidation," re: Mississippi tragedy 

Typed document. "Haste and Tragedy," re: events at the University of Mississippi 

Typed document. "The University of Mississippi Today and Tomorrow," re: education, freedom of administration and association, state sovereignty 

Typed document. "Transcript of Speech by John C. Satterfield Before Jackson Rotary Club, November 12, 1962." Rough Draft 

Typed document. "Haste and Tragedy," re: Attorney General Katzenbach, events at the University of Mississippi, and "The University of Mississippi Today and Tomorrow," education, freedom of administration and association, state sovereignty. Corrections made in pencil 

Typed document. Re: draft of speech concerning integration of the University of Mississippi, Kennedys, communism, wars, individual liberty, rights of state vs. federal government, 'law of the land,' supreme court, constitutional rights and due process, education, cowardice. Corrections and comments made in pencil 

Typed document. "Government by Intimidation or by Due process of Law?: An address by John C. Satterfield, first delivered before the Rotary Club at Jackson, Mississippi." Draft with correction marks in pencil 

Typed document. "Government by Intimidation or By Due Process of Law?: An address by John C. Satterfield first delivered before the Rotary Club at Jackson, Mississippi." Draft marked as "A" Monday's revision, six copies claimed, five present 

Typed document. "Government by Intimidation or By Due Process of Law?: An address by John C. Satterfield, first delivered before the Rotary Club at Jackson, Mississippi." Draft marked as "B" Tuesday's revision, six copies claimed, five present. 

Typed document. "Government by Intimidation," re: liberty, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Meredith case, cannon of ethics, lawyers in Mississippi 

Typed document. "An Indestructible Union of Indestructible States?," re: state vs. federal government, constitutional revolution. Corrections made in pencil. 

Typed document. "Government by Intimidation or by Due Process of Law." Drafts corrections and note indicating drafts used for revision on 30 November 1962. 

Typed document. Re: rough notes for Satterfield's rotary speech. 3 copies 

Typed letter signed dated 23 November 1962 from William M. Beard, Past Commander in Chief of Sons of Confederate Veterans, to Satterfield, re: 22 October 1962 speech, enclosed copy of American Bar News with statement of Sylvester C. Smith Jr., brief before Fifth Circuit Federal Court in New Orleans and the Supreme Court, enclosed two business cards of Beard's 

Typed letter signed dated 21 November 1962 from Joe V. Williams to Satterfield, re: request for rotary speech 

Typed letter signed dated 16 November 1962 from Arthur J. O'Rourke to Ross Barnett, re: governor's actions, communism, Fidel [Castro] 

Handwritten letter signed dated 18 November 1962 from Mary G. McKee[vner] to Satterfield, re: newspapers, Mississippi cause, Stanley Morris Sr., presidency of the American Bar Association, Mississippi case, judges on Fifth Circuit, Cecil Travis. Enclosed: newspaper clippings of David Lawrence column in Washington Star & editorial from  Marion County Mail 

Typed letter signed dated 16 November 1962 from Courtney C. Pace to Satterfield, re: 12 November speech 

Typed letter signed dated 15 November 1962 from W.E. Cresswell, Administrative Assistant to Senator John C. Stennis, to Satterfield, re: speech 

Typed letter signed dated 19 November 1962 from JOE [James O. Eastland] to Satterfield, re: placement of speech in Congressional Record 

Typed letter signed dated 26 July 1962 from Percy Greene, editor-publisher of Jackson Advocate to Satterfield, re: article by Jackie Robinson & conspiracy to destroy Jackson Advocate, negro newspapers, race relations. Enclosed: "Jackie Robinson Says," and "A Real Challenge to Martin Luther King." 

Task Force (December 1960). Handwritten note "For Judge Satterfield." 

Task Force (May 1961). Handwritten note "For Judge John C. Satterfield, Please see pages 3&4 for [illegible] Bill 

Congressional Record: Proceedings and debates of the 86th Congress, second session 

Typed letter signed dated 19 November 1962 from John C. Williams, president of Texas Voters for Enforcing the Constitution, to Satterfield, re: speech before the American Legion Convention after the Mississippi incident, Supreme Court decisions, crisis in Mississippi concerning school rulings, enclosing copy of newsletter of organization addressed to Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Harvey McGehee. Enclosed: "Texas Voters for Enforcing the Constitution," (12 November 1962" signed by John C. Williams; Davis Lawrence, "U.S. Costs in Mississippi Case." 

Pamphlet. Oxford: A Warning For Americans (Jackson, MS: Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce, October 1962) 

Folder "New Barnett Correspondence" 

Typed document. "Form for Entry of Appearance. United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. United States of America, Appellant, vs. Ross R. Barnett and Paul B. Johnson, Appellees." 

Typed document. "United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit." Re: form for entry of appearance for docket from Clerk Edward W. Wadsworth 

Typed letter signed dated 8 January 1963 from Garner W. Green to Edward W. Wadsworth. re: not signing the entry of appearance, request for certified copy of the Order of November 18 and certified copies of all processes assumed to be served on Governor Barnett, Governor Johnson, and Acting Governor Yarbrough (President Pro Tem), and Speaker of the House Walter Sillers 

Typed letter signed dated 8 January 1963 from M.M. Roberts to Satterfield, re: 4 January letter, Barnett & Johnson, government, course on leadership, higher education 

Typed letter signed dated 8 January 1963 from Garner W. Green to Walter J. Suthon Jr., re: Satterfield distributed letter, petition for writ of prohibition upon the opinion of Justice Black in the case of Green v. United States, Reader's Digest article on jury system 

Typed letter signed dated 4 January 1963 from Earl T. Thomas to Walter J. Suthon Jr., re: 2 January letter, copies to Satterfield and M.M. Roberts, "Memorandum Relating to Trial By Jury in Contempt Proceedings." 

Typed letter signed dated 7 January 1963 from Garner W. Green to Ross R. Barnett, re: filing writ of prohibition, Barnett & Johnson, Smith v. Whitney and other law citations, state vs. court power, brief on certiorari 

Typed letter signed dated 12 January 1963 from M.M. Roberts to Satterfield, re: Satterfield & team of attorneys 

Typed letter signed dated 11 January 1963 from "Dan" to Satterfield, re: Russell Fox, Satterfield's position, Legislature special session, Dean Love's statement, Judge Moore's statement, Dr. Jobe's statement, Chancellor William's statement 

Typed letter signed dated 15 January 1963 from Satterfield to John F. Davis, re: withdrawal as counsel of record in the matter of The State of Mississippi, et als., Petitioners v. James Howard Meredith 

Typed document dated 15 January 1963. "Application for Withdrawal of Attorney," re: signed by Satterfield 

Copy typed document dated 10 January 1963. "Order Approving Withdrawal of Attorney." 

Typed document. "Order Approving Withdrawal of Attorney," re: The State of Mississippi, et als., Petitioners v. James Howard Meredith 

Typed document dated 15 January 1963. "Application for Withdrawal of Attorney," re: State of Mississippi v. James Howard Meredith. Multiple copies, first copy signed by John Satterfield. 

Typed document. "Order Approving Withdrawal of Attorney," re: State of Mississippi v. James Howard Meredith. Multiple copies. 

Folder "Meredith Case -- Criminal Contempt -- Current" 

Newspaper Clipping, "The Law Must Be Obeyed," Greenville Daily Sun (21 June 1963) 

Pamphlet. "In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 19475, James H. Meredith...versus Charles Dickson Fair, President of the Board of Trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning, ET AL." (25 June 1962) 

Typed letter signed dated 20 February 1963 from Garner W. Green to Charles Clark, re: United States of America vs. Ross R. Barnett & Paul B. Johnson, Jr. 

Typed letter dated 26 March 1963. Satterfield to Charles Clark, re: research into articles on contempt. 

Typed letter signed dated 20 February 1963 from Philip J. O'Brien, Assistant General Solicitor for the Prudential Insurance Company of America, to Satterfield, re: articles on contempt and the courts 

Typed letter dated 26 March 1963 from Satterfield to Philip J. O'Brien, Assistant General Solicitor at The Prudential Insurance Company, re: thanking O'Brien for the research on constitutional law 

Typed letter dated 16 April 1963 from R.R. Guice Sr., with Senior. Mortgage Loans and Real Estate, to Satterfield, re: meeting with Huffman. 

Typed letter signed dated 16 April 1963 from R.R. Guice, Sr., with Mortgage Loans and Real Estate, to R.A. Nelson, Zachry Properties, Inc., re: meeting with Huffman, development on Deer Island 

Four pages of handwritten notes on yellow legal paper 

Copy typed letter signed dated 7 December 1962 from Charles Clark, of Cox, Dunn, & Clark, to "All Attorneys Representing Governor Barnett and Lt. Governor Johnson," re: conference at Jackson, Mississippi on 6 December 1962 outlining the roles of each of the attorneys connected with the case. 

Copy typed document. "Charges of Criminal Contempt to be Preferred Against Governor Ross R. Barnett and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson." 

Galleys of printed version of the "Appendix to the Constitution of the United States." Annotated 

Typed document. "Filed with the U.S. Court of Appeals on November 15, 1962. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 19,475. James H. Meredith, Appellant vs. Charles Dickson Fair, et. al Appellees/ United States of America, Amicus Curiae and Petitioner vs. State of Mississippi, et. al, Defendants." 

Typed letter dated 17 November 1962 from Charles Clark, of Cox, Dunn & Clark, to Garner W. Green, of Green, Green & Cheney,; Judge M.B. Montgomery; and Satterfield, re: draft of the "Petition for Certiorari in the United States vs. Barnett." 

Typed document. Re: draft of petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit 

Typed letter signed dated 15 November 1962 from Edward W. Wadsworth, Clerk, to Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney General; Joe T. Patterson, Attorney General of the State of Mississippi,; Thomas H. Watkins;. Satterfield; Charles Clark; Garner W. Green, Sr.; Constance B. Motley; and R. Jess Brown, re: No. 19475 James H. Meredith v. Charles Dickson Fair, et al., United States of America v. State of Mississippi, et. al 

Pamphlet. "United States of America, Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 19,475. James Howard Meredith, et. al. Appellants v. Charles Dickson Fair, et al., Appellees, United States of American, as Amicus Curiae and Petitioner, Petitioner v. Charles Dickson Fair, et al., Respondents." 

Folder "John C. Satterfield Speeches -- Miscellaneous Speeches" 

Folder 300. "Speaking Engagements -- Miscellaneous Correspondence" 

Folder 300.1. "Speaking Engagements -- Declined" 

Folder 300.2. "Hinds County Bar Association -- 19 October 1962 -- Jackson, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.3. "Laurel First Methodist Church -- 21 October 1962 -- Laurel, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.4. "Sons of Confederate Veterans -- 22 October 1962 -- Jackson, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.5. "Jackson Rotary Club -- 12 November 1962 -- Jackson, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.6. "Veterans of Foreign Wars -- Yazoo City, Mississippi -- 13 November 1962" 

Folder 300.7. "Mississippi Farm Bureau -- 14 November 1962 -- Jackson, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.8. "Mississippi Council Farmer Cooperatives -- 6 December 1962 -- Jackson, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.9. "Anguilla Rotary Club -- 6 December 1962 -- Anguilla, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.10-a. "Ohio Council Farmer Cooperatives -- Speech Material" 

Folder 300.11. "Toledo Civil Rights Program -- 10 January 1962" 

Folder 300.11a. "Toledo Civil Rights Program -- Speech Material" 

Folder 300.11a. Telegram dated 5 March 1963 from EPH Cresswell, Administrative Assistant to Senator John C. Stennis, re: Polier Newsletter & Commentary (February) 

Folder 300.11a. Newsletter. American Institute of Cooperation Newsletter No. 167 (1 March 1963) 

Folder 300.11a. Newspaper article. "Jewish Council Told Coalition Fights Kennedy on Civil Rights," New York Times (29 January 1952). 

Folder 300.11a. Newsletter. The Commonwealth: The official journal of the Commonwealth Club of California Vol. 39, No. 9 (4 March 1963) with article by J.D. Williams, Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, "Mississippi People Just Didn't Think It Could Happen Down There." 

Folder 300.11a. Typed letter dated 27 March 1963 from Satterfield to Professor Jose Portuondo y de Castro, re: 11 March letter, copy of speech before the New York State Bar Association "Judiciary Under a Dictatorship." 

Folder 300.11a. Handwritten letter signed dated 11 March 1963 from Jose Portuondo y de Castro, Mead Spanish Department, Maine Maritime Academy, to Satterfield, re: reprint of address to New York State Bar Association, Cuban lawyers in exile and creation of special committee of the American Bar Association during Satterfield's presidency, Cuba, Satterfield's defense of Mississippi against federal intrusion 

Folder 300.11a. Booklet. The Judiciary Under a Dictatorship: Reprint of Speech by Jose Portuondo y de Castro to the New York State Bar Association on January 26, 1962 

Folder 300.11a. Article. Will Maslow, "The Legal Defense of Religious Liberty--The Strategy and Tactics of the American Jewish Congress." 

Folder 300.11a. Typed letter signed dated 1 March 1963 from Bobbe Strickland, Secretary to W.J. Simmons, to Satterfield, re; clippings and reprints on conditions in Washington DC, copy of Simmons' speech at Carleton College/Yale 

Folder 300.12. "Vicksburg Rotary Club -- 17 January 1962 -- Vicksburg Hotel" 

Folder 300.13. "Mississippi Mutual Insurance Agents Association -- 16 March 1962 -- Biloxi, Mississippi -- Edgewater Gulf" 

Folder 300.14. "Rutgers Law School -- 11 March 1962 -- Newark, New Jersey -- 'Civil Liberties Symposium'" 

Folder 300.15. "Mississippi Society of Professional Engineers -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 15 February 1963" 

Folder 300.17. "Poplarville Junior Chamber of Commerce -- 11 April 1963 -- Poplarville, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.18. "Jacksonville Bar Association -- Jacksonville, Florida -- October or November (When definite please make correct label)" 

Folder 300.19. "Port Gibson Lions Club -- 19 April 1963 -- 'Ladies Night' Port Gibson, Mississippi" 

Folder 300.21. "Veterans of Foreign Wars -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 8 June 1963, 9:30 a.m." 

Folder 300.22. "Yazoo City High School -- Graduation -- 31 May 1963" [EMPTY] 

Folder 300.24. "Bar Association of Erie County -- Buffalo, New York" 

Folder 300.25. "St. Louis Bar Association -- 18 November 1963" 

Folder 300.25. "Manion Forum -- Proposed TV Taped Program (1963)" 

Folder 300.26. "Hazelhurst, Mississippi Chamber of Commerce -- 13 December 1963" 

Folder 300.27. "New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau -- Albuquerque, New Mexico -- 25 November 1963" 

Folder 300.28. "Brookhaven Chamber of Commerce -- 16 January 1964 -- 6:30 p.m." 

Folder 300.29. "Jackson TV Speech -- 14 October 1963 (for Paul Johnson)" 

Folder 300.30. "John C. Satterfield -- Women for Constitutional Government -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 31 January 1964" 

Folder 300.32. "Speaking Engagement -- Macon Chamber of Commerce -- 28 October 1963" 

Folder 300.33. "All Saints Episcopal School -- Vicksburg, Mississippi -- 11 March 1964" 

Folder 300.34. "Galloway Men's Club -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 13 April 1964" 

Folder 300.35. "Franklin Forum -- Columbus, Ohio -- 29 April 1964 (Civil Rights)" 

Folder 300.35-1. "Franklin Forum -- Data -- Columbus, Ohio -- 29 April 1964" 

Folder 300.37. "Whitworth College -- Brookhaven, Mississippi -- 31 May 1964" 

Folder 300.38. "Jackson School of Law -- Jackson, Mississippi --22 May 1964" 

Folder 300.39. "Girl's State -- Jackson, Mississippi -- 8 June 1964" 

Folder 300.40. "Methodist Laymen -- New Orleans, Louisiana -- 1964" 

Folder 300.41. "Jackson Realtors -- Tuesday, 4 August 1964 -- 6:00 p.m." 

Folder 300.42. "University of Mississippi -- 21 September 1964" 

Folder 300.43. "Methodist Church -- New Orleans -- 15 November 1964" 

Folder 300.44. "Speech -- Yazoo City Jaycees -- 22 January 1965" 

Folder 300.45. "NBC-TV -- New York -- 18 March 1965" 

Folder 300.47. "Clinton Methodist Church -- 29 April 1965" 

Folder 300.48. "Speech File -- Florida State Bar -- Miami -- 19 June 1965" 

Folder 300.49. "Speech File -- Inverness Lions Club -- 14 October 1965" 

Folder 300.50. "Yazoo City Lions Club -- 18 November 1965" 

Folder 300.51. "Louisiana State Bar Association -- Alexandria, Louisiana -- 3 December 1965 (Noon)" 

Folder 300.52. "Speeches -- Flora Methodist Church (1966)" 

Folder 300.53. "Speeches -- New Orleans -- 18 November 1966 (Great Achievements Group)" 

Folder 300.54. "Future Farmers of America -- Father-Son Banquet -- Inverness, Mississippi -- 2 March 1967" 

Folder 300.55. "Capital Street Methodist Church -- Jackson Men's Club -- 20 February 1967" 

Folder 300.56. "Jackson Law School Fraternity Banquet -- 11 August 1967" 

Folder 300.57. "Rotary Speech -- 28 February 1968" 

Folder 300.58. "Speech File -- Birmingham Lawyers March 31, 1968" 

Folder 300.59. "Speech File -- Benton-Midway Methodist Church (General Conference 1970 Speech) -- 18 November 1969" 

Folder 300.61. "Speech File ETV -- Chicago -- 11 April 1970" 

Folder 300.62. "Speech File -- Yazoo City Rotary Club -- 11 March 1970" 

Folder 300.63. "Speech -- Lions Club -- 30 April 1970" 

Folder 322. "School Material -- Miscellaneous After 1 March 1970" 

Folder 322. "Schools" 

Folder 322. "Schools" 

Folder 322. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City (Roy Lee Harris v.) General" 

Folder 322. "Volume II Yazoo City & Yazoo City Schools -- Roy Lee Harris v. Miscellaneous 1971" 

Folder 322.1. "Yazoo (Harris v.) Pleadings" 

Folder 322.2. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City (Harris v.) Pleadings -- Other Cases" 

Folder 322.3. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City (Harris v.) -- Data" 

Folder 322.4. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City (Harris v.) Briefing" 

Folder 322.5. "Volume I Yazoo City & Yazoo City (Harris v.) -- Briefing -- Other Cases" 

Folder 322.5. "Volume II Yazoo City & Yazoo City School Cases -- Other Cases" 

Folder 322.6. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City Appeal From Docket Setting" 

Folder 322.7. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City Consolidated Hearing -- General and Pleadings" 

Folder 322.8. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City Consolidated Hearing -- Evidence and Data" 

Folder 322.9. "School Cases Attorneys' Fees and Expenses" 

Folder 322.9-1. "Schools Attorney General -- Attorneys' Fees & Expenses" 

Folder 322.10. "Yazoo City Schools -- Cons. Hearing 7 October -- Survey of Parents" 

Folder 322.11. "Yazoo City Schools -- Consolidation Hearing 7 October -- Testimony for Introduction -- General" 

Folder 322.12. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City Cons. Hearing -- Work to be Done" 

Folder 322.13. "Yazoo City & Yazoo City Consolidated Hearing -- TRIAL BRIEF" 

Folder 322.14. "Southern Lawyers' Clearing House -- 11-12 June 1969 -- Gulfport" 

Folder 322.14. Volume II. "Southern Lawyers' Clearing House" 

Folder 322.15. "Yazoo School Cases -- Letter to Nixon (Proposed)" 

Folder 322.16. "Yazoo School Cases -- Federal Legislation (Proposed)" 

Folder 322.17-2. "Yazoo City Schools -- Appeal to the United States Court of Appeals -- Briefing Data 1969" 

Folder 322.18. "School Cases Summary Reversal -- United States Court of Appeals" 

Folder 322.19. "Yazoo City Desegregation Plans -- August 1969" 

Folder 322.20. "Recent Mississippi Desegregation Plans 1969" 

Folder 322.20-1. "Leland Plan -- 1969" 

Folder 322.21. "Decisions in Other Cases 1969" 

Folder 322.22. "Yazoo City Schools -- Modification of School Mandate in California September 1969 and Pleadings and Orders" 

Folder 322.22-1. "Yazoo City Schools -- Modification of School Mandate in California September 1969 -- Briefings and Rehearing" [EMPTY] 

Folder 322.23. "Yazoo City Schools -- Motion for Stay in Supreme Court September 1969 -- General Pleadings" 

Folder 322.24. "School Cases -- Petition for Writ of Cert -- This Case" 

Folder 322.25. "School Cases -- Petitions for Writ of Cert -- Other Cases" 

Folder 322.25. "Petition for Writ of Cert -- Hinds County vs. USA (January 1970)" 

Folder 322.26. "Yazoo City Schools Contempt --1970 General" 

Folder 322.26. "School Cases -- Petition for Rehearing Supreme Court" [EMPTY] 

Folder 322.26-2. "Yazoo City Schools -- Contempt 1970 Pleadings" 

Folder 322.26-1. "Yazoo City Schools Contempt -- 1970 Drafts of Pleadings" 

Folder 322.26-3. "Yazoo City Schools Contempt -- 1970 Briefing & Data" 

Folder 322.26-4. "Yazoo City Schools Contempt -- Interrogatories" 

Folder 322.27. "'Information Reports' to USCA" 

Folder 322.27. "School Cases -- United States Court of Appeals -- 6 November 1969 -- General & Rehearing & Amicus Briefs" 

Folder 322.28. "School Cases -- United States Court of Appeals -- 6 November 1969 -- Yazoo City" 

Folder 322.28. "Yazoo City & Yazoo County 1970 -- Miscellaneous Material" 

Folder 322.29. "School Cases -- United States -- Court of Appeals -- Yazoo City & H.B. -- 6 November 1969" 

Folder 322.100. "Yazoo City and Other Schools -- Miscellaneous Trip and Oral Argument" 

Folder 322.101. "Yazoo City and Other Schools Opposing Petitions -- Briefs" 

Folder 322.104. "Yazoo City and Other Schools -- Xerox Copies -- 5th Circuit Court of Appeals" [EMPTY] 

Folder 322.105. "Yazoo City and Other Schools -- Court of Appeals Material -- Briefing Rehearing" 

Folder 322.106. "Yazoo City and Other Schools District Court Material" 

Folder 323.10 . "Lee v. Macon City -- Motion for Stay and Brief" 

"Ross Malone -- American Bar Association Speeches" 

"Ross Malone -- American Bar Association Speeches" (2) 

"Charles Rhyne -- American Bar Association Speeches" 

"Charles Rhyne -- American Bar Association Speeches" (2) 

Loose: American Bar Association Proceedings of the Board of Governors 

Scope and Contents note

12-13 July 1957, 30 July 1957; 21-22 February 1958; 19-20 May 1958; 22-29 August 1958; 16-17 May 1960; 25 August -- 2 September 1960; 27-28 October 1960; 15-16 February 1961; 15-16 May 1961; 19-20 October 1961; 3-11 August 1961; 15-16 February 1962; 21-22 May 1962; 2-10 August 1962; 11-12 October 1962; 8-16 August 1963.

Folder "American Bar Association -- Whitney North Seymour" 

Folder "1962 Membership Campaign" 

Folder "Invitations Pending -- 1962 & 1963" 

Folder "Load of the Supreme Court" 

Loose Binder "General Mailings" [American Bar Association] 

Loose Binder "Campaign Promotional Pieces" [American Bar Association] 

Loose Binder "Mailings to Committee of 1000" [American Bar Association] 

Folder "Judicial Administration -- Temporary Trip File 19 January 1961 (Return Material to 200.1-71, 200.21)" 

Folder [Congratulation Letters on American Bar Association Presidency] 

Folder "Satterfield -- General Manuscripts -- Constitutional Law Series" 

Folder "Charles Rhyne -- American Bar Association Speeches" (1 of 3) 

Folder "Charles Rhyne -- American Bar Association Speeches" (2 of 3) 

Folder "Charles Rhyne -- American Bar Association Speeches" (3 of 3) 

Folder "John Randall -- Speeches (American Bar Association)" 

Folder "Centralism vs. Federalism" 

Folder "Constitutional Series -- General Manuscripts" 

Folder "Expansion of Interstate Commerce" 

Folder "Fourteenth Amendment and States Rights -- Material Sent by Bar Foundation" 

Folder "Transcripts of John C. Satterfield Speeches to State Bar Associations" 

Folder "Constructive Criticism of the Supreme Court" 

Folder "Warning Signals" [Speech on Supreme Court by Satterfield] 

Folder "Birmingham Speech File 23 August 1970" (1 of 2) 

Folder "Birmingham Speech File 23 August 1970" (2 of 2) 

Folder "Mutual Insurance Speech 16 March 1963" 

Folder "Jackson Kiwanis Club 11 December 1963" 

Folder "J.P. Coleman -- The Open Mind -- WNBC TV -- Sunday, 21 March 1965" 

Loose Binder "'The Constitution and Law Enforcement': An Address by Hon. John C. Satterfield, President, American Bar Association -- Manuscript #3" 

Loose Binder "Constitutional Freedom and the National Security -- Manuscript #4 Photocopy" [Satterfield Speech] 

Loose Binder "Federal Control by Habeas Corpus of State Criminal Proceedings -- Manuscript #5" 

Loose Binder "Memorandum on Impact of Shelley v. Kraemer on the 'State Action' Concept -- Manuscript #6" 

Loose Binder "Federal Control of the Admissibility of Confessions in State Criminal Proceedings -- Manuscript #7" 

Loose Binder "Federal Control of the Admissibility of Confessions in State Criminal Proceedings -- 7 (copy)" 

Loose Binder "#8 -- The Procedural Techniques of Federal Control of State Criminal Proceedings" 

Loose Binder "Mapp v. Ohio: Federal Rules of Evidence Imposed on the States -- #9" 

Loose Binder "The Tangled Web -- No. 10" 

Loose Binder "A Lawyer's Duty to Defend Our Courts as an Institution of Government -- 11" 

Loose Binder "'Miners and Sappers' at Work? -- No. 12" 

Loose Binder "#13 -- Background Materials for a Speech on the Caseload of the United States Supreme Court (3 copies)" 

Loose Binder "#14 -- Part II -- The Purposes of Federal Control of State Criminal Proceedings" 

Loose Binder "#15 -- State Action" 

Loose Binder "#16 -- Federal Control of State Criminal Proceedings" 

Loose Publication "Sources of Our Liberties: Documentary Origins of Individual Liberties in the United States Constitution and Bill of Rights (Committee on American Citizenship of the American Bar Association)." 

Loose Publication "The University of Chicago, The Law School Record, Special Supplement Vol. 8, No. 1 (Autumn 1958) with attached typed manuscript 'Outline of Federal-State Relationship Cases Decided by the Supreme Court at the August and October Terms, 1958.' 

Folder "Report on the National Lawyers Guild: Legal Bulwark of the Communist Party (Washington, DC: Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives, 1950)" 

Folder "Communist Legal Subversion: The Role of the Communist Lawyer: Report by the Committee on Un-American Activities, House of Representatives (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1959)" 

Folder "Religion and the Schools (NY: Fund for the Republic, 1959)." 

Folder [Typed letter signed dated 7 February 1928 from Governor Theodore G. Bilbo to Satterfield] 

Folder [Miscellaneous 1947-1948] 

Folder [Typed letter signed dated 15 April 1975 from President Gerald R. Ford to Satterfield] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1947] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1948] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1954] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1955] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1956] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1957] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1958] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1959] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1960] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1961] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1962] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1963] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1965] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1966] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1968] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1969] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1970] 

Folder [Public Relations & Clippings 1971] 

Folder "New and Objection to HEW and Affidavits" 

Folder "Copy of HEW Report & Instructions Dated 15 October 1968" [Mississippi school integration] 

Folder "USCA [illegible]" [Mississippi school integration] 

Folder "Fourteenth Amendment and States Rights -- Material Sent by Bar Foundation" 

Folder "Briefing -- Cross Pet[ition?] -- CC Reports" [school integration court cases] 

Folder "Supreme Court -- Per Curiam" [school integration court cases] 

Folder [previous title "YVOM Trip File -- Muskogee -- 22 September 1969" crossed out, contents re: school integration court cases] 

Folder "School Material -- For Filing" (1 of 2) 

Folder "School Material -- For Filing" (2 of 2) 

Folder "CCA -- Return in Bunch -- 3 July 1969 -- SC Rehearing" [School Integration Court Case] 

Folder "Copy of HEW Report & Instructions Dated 15 December 1969" 

Folder "Dissent Briefing" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Enterprise -- Holmes -- Meridian" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Our Trial Briefs" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Extracts to Print & Data" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Data" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Letters" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Briefing" [Mississippi school integration court case] 

Folder "Hinds County Briefs and Others" [school integration court cases] 

Folder "Circuit Court of Appeals -- Appeals -- Yazoo City Briefs" [school integration court cases] 

Folder "Plaintiffs Briefs" [school integration court cases] 

Folder "Yazoo County" 

Folder "Yazoo City Schools -- Mr. Roberts -- Finished" 

Loose Manuscript "United States District Court, Southern District of Mississippi, Western Division, Civil Action Number 1209 (W), Roy Lee Harris, et al v. The Yazoo County Board of Education, et al, Court Reporters Transcript" 

Loose Publication. Volume 1: In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. ____, Hinds County School Board et als., Petitioners, vs. United States of America et als., Respondents. (Including Consolidated Cases), Petition for Writ of Certiorari with Motion to Expedite Hearing, Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Judge A.F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi..., John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Petitioners, associated with other attorneys of record for the Petitioners in each of the Consolidated Cases (Kansas City, MO: E.L. Mendenhall, Inc., circa 1969). 2 copies with handwritten notations 

Loose Publication. Volume II: In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. ____, Hinds County School Board et als., Petitioners, vs. United States of America et als., Respondents. (Including Consolidated Cases), Petition for Writ of Certiorari with Motion to Expedite Hearing, Appendices A through H Inclusive, Judge A.F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi..., John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Petitioners, associated with other attorneys of record for the Petitioners in each of the Consolidated Cases (Kansas City, MO: E.L. Mendenhall, Inc., circa 1969) 

Loose Publication. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. [632], Beatrice Alexander, et al., v. Holmes County Board of Education, et al., Respondents. Motion to Advance and Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Jack Greenberg, James M. Nabrit, III, Norman C. Amaker, Norman J. Chachkin, Melvyn Zarr...Melvyn R. Leventhal, Reuben Anderson, Fred L. Banks, Jr., Attorneys for Petitioners (New York: Meilen Press, circa 1969). With handwritten notations 

Loose Publication. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. 632, Beatrice Alexander, et als., Petitioners, vs. Holmes County Board of Education, et als., Respondents. (Including Consolidated Cases) On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Petition for Rehearing and, in the Alternative, Clarification of Mandate, Judge A.F. Sumner, Attorney General of Mississippi,...John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Respondents, other than the United States of America, associated with other attorneys of record in each of the Consolidated Cases (Kansas City, MO: E.L. Mendenhall, circa 1969). With handwritten notations 

Loose Publication. Volume I: In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. 632, Beatrice Alexander, et als., Petitioners, vs. Holmes County Board of Education, et als., Respondents. (Including Consolidated Cases), Brief in Response to Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Including Objections to Petition with Motion to Advance, and Cross-Petition for Writ of Certiorari with Motion to Expedite Hearing, Judge A.F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi...John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Respondents. Other than the United States of America, associated with other attorneys of record in each of the Consolidated Cases (Kansas City, MO: E.L. Mendenhall, Inc., circa 1969). With handwritten notations 

Loose Publication. In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. 972, Lavon Wright, et al., Petitioners, vs. The Board of Public Instruction of Alachua County, Florida, et al., Respondents. (Including Consolidated Cases), Respondents' Petition for Rehearing with Motion to Expedite Hearing, Harry C. Duncan, John C. Satterfield...Attorneys for Respondents the Board of Public Instruction of Alachua County, Florida, et al (Kansas City, MO: E.L. Mendenhall, circa 1969) 

Loose Publication. In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 26285, Derek Jerome Singleton, et al, Appellants, versus Jackson Municipal Separate School District, et al, Appellees. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, No. 28261, Clarence Anthony, et al, Appellants, versus Marshall County Board of Education, Appellee. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi... (New Orleans: Scofields' Quality Printers, circa 1969). Also a photocopy with handwritten notations 

Loose Publication. No. 19210, United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, Tina Deal, a minor by Frank L. Deal, her father and next friend, et al., Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. the Cincinnati Board of Education, et al., Defendants-Appellees. Appeal from United State District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, Western Division. Decided December 9, 1969. (N.p.: n.p., circa 1969) 

Loose Publication. Whiteford S. Blakeney. Segregation-Integration and the United States Constitution [reprint from  The Charlotte Observer (14 October 1969)]. With handwritten notations 

Bound typed manuscript. "In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 28,030, Beatrice Alexander, et als, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Holmes County Board of Education, et als., Defendants-Appellees, (Including Consolidated Cases), Petition for Rehearing by the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Judge A.F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi...John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Defendants-Appellees, other than the United States of America, in behalf of all other attorneys of record in each of the consolidated cases." With handwritten notations 

Bound typed manuscript. "In the Supreme Court of the United States, October Term, 1969, No. 632, Beatrice Alexander, et als., Petitioners, vs. Holmes County Board of Education, et als., Respondents. (Including Consolidated Cases), On Writ of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Brief for the Respondents, other than the United States of America, Judge A.F. Sumner, Attorney General of Mississippi,... John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Respondents, other than the United States of America, associated with other attorneys of record in each of the Consolidated Cases" 

Bound typed manuscript. "In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 28,030, Beatrice Alexander, et als, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Holmes County Board of Education, et als., Defendants-Appellees, (Including Consolidated Cases), Petition for Rehearing in Banc by the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Judge A.F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi...John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Defendants-Appellees, other than the United States of America, in behalf of all other attorneys of record in each of the consolidated cases." With handwritten notations 

Bound typed manuscript. "In the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, No. 28,042, United States of America, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Hinds County School Board, et als., Defendants-Appellees, (Including Consolidated Cases), Petition for Rehearing In Banc by the Court of Appeal for the Fifth Circuit, Judge A.F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi...John C. Satterfield...Special Counsel for the Defendants-Appellees, in behalf of all other attorneys of record in each of the consolidated cases." 

Bound typed manuscript. "Court Reporter's Transcript, U.S.A. v. Hinds County School Dist., Civil Action No. 4075 (Volume I)" 2 copies with handwritten notations 

Bound typed manuscript. "Court Reporter's Transcript, Volume II, United States of America v. Hinds County School District et al, Civil Action No. 4075." 2 copies with handwritten notations 

Binder. "Forced School Integration Plan Jefferson County Board of Education, August 1, 1969 and Appendices 1-4." 

Binder. "Forced School Integration Plan Jefferson County Board of Education, August 1, 1969 and Appendices 5-6." 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] 

Loose Newspaper. Jackson Advocate (15 November 1969) 

Bound Manuscript "Index Volume I Supreme Court Decisions" [school integration court cases] 

Bound Manuscript "Compilation of Cases Volume 1" [school integration court cases] 

Bound Manuscript "Volume II Other Circuits" [school integration court cases] 

Bound Manuscript "Fifth Circuit Volume III No. 1" [school integration court cases] 

Folder [Hinds County school integration court case] 

Folder [Holmes County school integration court case] (1 of 2) 

Folder [Holmes County school integration court case] (2 of 2) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (1 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (2 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (3 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (4 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (5 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (6 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (7of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (8 of 9) 

Folder [Miscellaneous -- Mississippi School Integration Court Case] (9 of 9)