Harris, Rufus C., (Rufus Carrollton), 1897-1988
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection contains correspondence, appellate legal briefs, speeches, photographs, and personal papers and items of Bessie Margolin, government attorney, Supreme Court advocate, and champion of labor rights, including equal pay for women. Margolin was Associate Solicitor of the United States Department of Labor until her retirement in January 1972, after which she taught law and served as a labor arbitrator for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service. The papers are...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of personal and professional papers of Dr. Clarence J. Morrow of New Orleans, La. Included are correspondence and later-era typed transcriptions of some letters, hand-edited typed drafts of essays and other writings, a newspaper clipping, a photograph of Dr. Morrow, and an illustrated poem. Correspondents include Rufus C. Harris. A few photocopies of earlier documents are included.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of personal and professional papers of Robert Glenk. Included are handwritten and typed correspondence, post cards, telegrams, programs, certificates, diaries, wills, financial documents, items of social ephemera, Glenk family photographs, photographs of Louisiana exhibits at fairs and expositions, manuscripts, class notes, experiments, speeches, menu cards, items relating to professional societies, drawings, scrapbooks, pamphlets, clippings and other printed items. The...
Scope and Contents Six scrapbooks created by Mary Louise Walker Harris, wife of Rufus C. Harris, pertaining largely to her husband’s career as Dean of Tulane Law School (1927-1937) and President of Tulane University (1937-1959). The scrapbooks also shed light on Mrs. Harris’ role at Tulane University and the couple’s involvement in New Orleans society and social life from the 1930s to the 1950s. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, football programs, commencement programs, social group announcements, and...
Dates: 1934 - 1949