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KF224 .S2 W38 2007 - Book

"Lambs and wolves" -- "A gunman job" -- "Yeggs" -- "Shout from the rooftops" -- "I seen this fellow shoot this fellow" -- "I do not think I ever saw them men in the world" -- "I was crazy to come to this country" -- "Coraggio" -- "Nice people and good killers" -- "Free or die" -- "These so-called alleged facts" -- "A vulgar contest" -- "Flowers to the fallen rebels" -- "The judgment of mankind".

MS030 - Arthur D. Hill Family Papers

Correspondence, legal diaries, personal notebooks, newspaper clippings, and other papers, relating to the early social and legal life of Arthur Dehon Hill (1869-1947), Boston lawyer and civil libertarian, and correspondence to and from his mother, Caroline Inches Hill, and his wife, Henrietta McLean Hill. Subjects include Hill's activities as Suffolk County, Mass., district attorney (1908-1909) and law professor at Harvard (1915-1919); support of the nomination of Louis Brandeis to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1916; and the post-trial efforts of Hill's law firm to appeal the conviction and delay the executions of Sacco and Vanzetti in 1927. Arthur D. Hill and his family spent summers in Portsmou