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L.D. Brandeis

L.D. Brandeis

Nathan Straus and L.D. Brandeis & Rabbi Wise

Louis D. Brandeis

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. JUSTICE

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. JUSTICE

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. JUSTICE

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. JUSTICE

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. JUSTICE

BRANDEIS, LOUIS, MRS.

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D.

BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. JUSTICE

[Louis Dembitz Brandeis, half-length portrait, facing slightly left, wearing judicial robe] / Underwood & Underwood.

L.D. Brandeis

BRANDEIS, LOUIS

Louis D. Brandeis

BRANDEIS, LOUIS

That Brandeis appointment

The U.S. Supreme Court in 1921: Day, Brandeis, McKenna, Pitney, Taft, McReynolds, Holmes, Clarke and Van Devanter

Justice L.D. Brandeis of Supreme Court

Admitted to practice before Supreme Court at 82. Washington, D.C. Oct. 13. The oldest living American born in the Hawaiian Islands, James Monsarrata, 82 years old, was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court today. He was sponsored by Stanley Reed, Solicitor General. Enthusiastic over the ceremony Mosarrat says he got a greater thrill by seeing Associate Justice Brandeis with whom he had attended Harvard Law School in 1878

J.I. Brandeis Department Store, Omaha's largest. Omaha, Nebraska

Douglas congratulated by SEC on nomination to Supreme Court bench. Washington, D.C., March 20. Fellow members of the Securities and Exchange Commission were the first to congratulate William O. Douglas, 40-year-old Chairman of the SEC., on his nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Roosevelt today. He Succeeds Justice Brandeis, resigned. 3-20-39 Left to right - Robert E. Healy - Jerome Frank - Edward C. Eicher, and George C. Mathews.

Newest Supreme Court appointee and family. Washington, D.C., March 20. Mrs. William Douglas, William, Jr., William Sr., and daughter Mildred Riddle at home tonight as they posed for photographs, following a day of excitement at the SEC when the President announced Mr. Douglas as his newest appointee to the Supreme Court to succeed Justice Brandeis, resigned. 3-20-39

Newest Supreme Court appointee and family. Washington, D.C., March 20. Mrs. William Douglas, William, Jr., William Sr., and daughter Mildred Riddle at home tonight as they posed for photographs, following a day of excitement at the SEC when the President announced Mr. Douglas as his newest appointee to the Supreme Court to succeed Justice Brandeis, resigned. 3-20-39

Named to Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., March 20. William O. Douglas, at 40 year-old Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, was today nominated to the Supreme Court Bench by President Roosevelt. This picture of Douglas, who will succeed Justice Brandeis, resigned, was made today shortly after the announcement from the White House. 3-20-39

Leonard Bernstein to Abram Sachar, Brandeis University, July 12, 1953

Oil painting "Justice Brandeis" located on fifth floor, elevator no. 10, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, January 8, 1952

Aaron Copland, Irving Fine, Brandeis University, 1961

May get Supreme Court appointment. Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach, Democrat of Washington, is a possible nominee to the Supreme Court bench to succeed Justice Louis D. Brandeis in the event President Roosevelt decides to name a man from the west, 2/16/38

"Gridiron Widows" satirize U.S. Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Dec. 17. While their husbands attended the annual winter dinner of the Gridiron Club tonight, the wives, all members of the Women's National Press Club and appropriately called 'Gridiron Widows' by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, were guests of the First Lady at the White House. Mrs. Roosevelt's appointment to the vacancy was a feature of the party. Left to right: Elizabeth May Craig as Justice Roberts; Helen Atwater as Justice Butler; Ruby Black as Justice McReynolds; Isabel Griffin as Justice Brandeis; Lilli L. Sheppard as Justice Hughes; Bess Furman as Justice Stone; Catherine Redman as Justice Black; Alena Wharton as Justice Reed; and Dorothy Lewis as Mrs. Roosevelt. In the front is Betty Garnett as the court page, 12/16/38

Justice Louis Brandeis, 2/26/21

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, January 18, 1952

Leonard Bernstein to Irving Fine, June 22, 1952

May get Supreme Court appointment. Washington, D.C., Feb. 16. Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach, Democrat of Washington, is a possible nominee to the Supreme Court bench to succeed Justice Louis D. Brandeis in the event President Roosevelt decides to name a man from the west, 2/16/38

Arthur Berger, Darius Milhaud, Izler Solomon, Brandeis, 1955

Aaron Copland and Irving Fine with composition class, Brandeis University, 1961

Eliz. Brandeis, 8/24/21

Douglas dons robes of Supreme Court Justice. Washington, D.C., April 17. William Orville Douglas, 40 year old successor to retired Justice Louis D. Brandeis, today donned the robes of an associate Justice of the Supreme Court and took his place on the bench at noon today. Here he is in his new robes shortly before being sworn in

V explains 'Brandeis System' of insurance to Monopoly Committee. Washington, D.C., June 15. Judd Dewey, Deputy Commissioner of Savings Bank Life Insurance in Massachusetts, today reviewed the achievements of the life insurance system inaugurated by the late former Supreme Court Associate Justice Brandeis in his state. He showed that the 'Brandeis System,' while paying higher annual dividends, charges lower premiums, costs a great deal less to operate, made a higher rate in earnings on investments, and maintained a higher ratio of surplus to reserves than the other companies. Only one company in the state paid higher dividends over the last ten years, he said, and that company paid only 89 cents more for the entire period

Retired Supreme Court Justice celebrates 83rd birthday. Washington, D.C., Nov. 13. Celebrating his 83rd birthday today, retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis is pictured with Mrs. Brandeis leaving their home for the usual morning stroll

[ Danny Kaye speaking with academics and university officials during commencement ceremonies at Brandeis University, 1972]

Douglas dons robes of Supreme Court Justice. Washington, D.C., April 17. William Orville Douglas, 40 year old successor to retired Justice Louis D. Brandeis, today donned the robes of an associate Justice of the Supreme Court and took his place on the bench at noon today. Here he is in his new robes shortly before being sworn in

Darius Milhaud and Irving Fine, Brandeis University, 1955

Justice Stone ready to resume duties. Washington D.C. Apparently fully recovered from his recent Illness, Associate Justice Harlan Fiske Stone of the United States Supreme Court returned to Washington yesterday from Sea Island, Georgia, where he had been recuperating. This exclusive picture of the Justice was made as he took an early morning stroll today. Many important decisions, among them the validity of the Labor Relations Act, have been postponed by the Court pending the return of Justice Stone to the bench. Along with Chief Justice Hughes, Justices Brandeis and Cardozo, Justice Stone is noted for his liberalism toward the New Deal

Helen Coates to Irving and Verna Fine with photocopy of letter written by Verna Fine to Helen Coates attached, March 21, 1952

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, December 13, 1951

Helen Coates to Verna Fine, November 1962

Leonard Bernstein to David Diamond, May 2, 1963

statement re Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, printed in program, 1952 April 23

The composer and the performer lecture outline, Brandeis University, 1952 May 20

Leonard Bernstein to David Diamond, August 17, 1953

notes for a lecture (Brandeis University?) on communication in the arts, 1950s

notes and correspondence re Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, 1953 Feb.-June

notes for seminar on musical theater involving Candide, Brandeis University, 1954 (fall)

Brandeis dinner in honor of Bernstein receiving an honorary degree. At Pierre Hotel. October 23, 1969

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, January 8, 1952

Commencement at Brandeis, June 7, 1959. Bernstein received an honorary degree

speech at the opening symposium of the Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, 1952 June 12

speech, Brandeis Creative Arts Awards dinner, 1964 May 26

speech, Brandeis University dinner for honorary degree recipients, 1969 Oct. 13

speech honoring recipients of the Brandeis Creative Arts Award, 1961 June 10

letter to Abram Sachar re proposed Brandeis musical theater seminar involving Candide, 1954 Aug. 8

The language of music lecture, Brandeis University, 1952 May 6

You, the public lecture outlines, Brandeis University (and elsewhere at a later date), 1952 May 13

Helen Coates to Verna Fine, November 1962

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, December 13, 1951

Helen Coates to Irving and Verna Fine with photocopy of letter written by Verna Fine to Helen Coates attached, March 21, 1952

Leonard Bernstein to David Diamond, May 2, 1963

Brandeis dinner in honor of Bernstein receiving an honorary degree. At Pierre Hotel. October 23, 1969

The composer and the performer lecture outline, Brandeis University, 1952 May 20

Commencement at Brandeis, June 7, 1959. Bernstein received an honorary degree

letter to Abram Sachar re proposed Brandeis musical theater seminar involving Candide, 1954 Aug. 8

notes for seminar on musical theater involving Candide, Brandeis University, 1954 (fall)

speech, Brandeis University dinner for honorary degree recipients, 1969 Oct. 13

You, the public lecture outlines, Brandeis University (and elsewhere at a later date), 1952 May 13

The language of music lecture, Brandeis University, 1952 May 6

Leonard Bernstein to David Diamond, August 17, 1953

speech at the opening symposium of the Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, 1952 June 12

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, January 8, 1952

notes for a lecture (Brandeis University?) on communication in the arts, 1950s

statement re Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, printed in program, 1952 April 23

speech, Brandeis Creative Arts Awards dinner, 1964 May 26

speech honoring recipients of the Brandeis Creative Arts Award, 1961 June 10

notes and correspondence re Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, 1953 Feb.-June

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, December 13, 1951

Helen Coates to Irving and Verna Fine with photocopy of letter written by Verna Fine to Helen Coates attached, March 21, 1952

Helen Coates to Verna Fine, November 1962

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, January 8, 1952

speech at the opening symposium of the Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, 1952 June 12

speech, Brandeis University dinner for honorary degree recipients, 1969 Oct. 13

You, the public lecture outlines, Brandeis University (and elsewhere at a later date), 1952 May 13

notes for a lecture (Brandeis University?) on communication in the arts, 1950s

The language of music lecture, Brandeis University, 1952 May 6

letter to Abram Sachar re proposed Brandeis musical theater seminar involving Candide, 1954 Aug. 8

notes and correspondence re Brandeis Creative Arts Festival, 1953 Feb.-June

speech, Brandeis Creative Arts Awards dinner, 1964 May 26

The composer and the performer lecture outline, Brandeis University, 1952 May 20

speech honoring recipients of the Brandeis Creative Arts Award, 1961 June 10

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