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(Rev. 6, 11/12) F-3 About the Author About the Author T. Evan Schaeffer is a magna cum laude graduate of St. Louis University School of Law, where he was the Managing Editor of the St. Louis University Law Journaland received American Jurisprudence Awards in Documents—Some depositions can be effectively organized by the documents. Documents in turn can be organized chronologically; by plaintiff, defendant or witness file, or by subject matter. Persons—Some depositions lend themselves to organization by person—question the witness as to relevant knowledge or activities of each person involved The documents in this collection are all original and consist mostly of Gordon’s letters to home during his World War II and World Bank services in R. Emmet Condon Collection The Condon Collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, official documents, and photographs originating during the Paris Peace The records relating to the Kellwood case (/, / AV, / P) include court documents, correspondence and memoranda, surveys of strikers, organizing leaflets and newsletters (from both the union and the company), Steve Honeyman's draft accounts of the strike, audio and transcripts of Honeyman's interviews with ILGWU members and
II. With only a small percentage of cases actually going to trial, the real battleground for most litigation is the deposition room. III. Effective depositions can have a dramatic impact on the outcome of the litigation. IV. Proper deposition skills are essential for every litigator, regardless of what?id= The Portuguese Pamphlets: Documents relating to 19th century Portugual, (3, pieces in 62 cases). Miscellany found with Post-World War II posters from Germany: Individual envelopes with typewritten captions of miscellaneous materials found among Third Reich Collection World War II James Hollyday Papers, 25 items. Chestertown (Kent County), Md. Papers relating to a legal dispute between James Chalmers and George Rome involving land confiscated by the state of Maryland during the American Revolution. John Hook Papers, () 7, items and vols. Hale's Ford (Franklin County), :// Connecticut Business. The collection documents Connecticut’s evolution from an agrarian society to one that played a vital role in the Industrial Revolution in a variety of materials, from daybooks from grist mills, dairy farms, and quarries of the early 19th century to annual reports and stock statements of companies whose dealings extended internationally in the mid and late 20th ://
List of Special Collections: Library of Congress Rare Books and Special Collections: an Illustrated Guide. To give the reader a somewhat different perspective on our holdings, we present the following list of separately maintained special collections, as well as those materials dispersed throughout the general rare collections. Accompanying each entry is a brief note describing the collection Ima Hogg was a philanthropist and supporter of the arts, historical restoration, and mental health, active primarily in Houston and Texas. Her papers include family correspondence and financial and other business records, reflecting her involvement in local, state, and national cultural, historical, and philanthropic activities and :// 16 pamphlets on food and drug regulation, and a copy of "The Chemical Feast" by James Turner (folder 51; see also folders ). Box 7: Contents moved to boxes 5 and 5A Materials relating to drug industry's propaganda. Boxes 8a and 8b: Carbon copies of letters, Box 9: Galley proof of American Chamber of Horrors. Boxes James J. Halsema was the son of E.J. Halsema, the colonial mayor of Baguio. During World War II, Halsema was captured and incarcerated in the interment camp at Camp Holmes, where he was tortured by Japanese forces. The collection is comprised of over three thousand books, two thousand maps, and the personal papers of James J. ://?g=&p=