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Guide to the Burton Hall Papers
||Burton Hall Papers
||1950-1990, bulk 1960-1990
||Burton Hall was an attorney in New York who set up practice in 1960 as a labor lawyer.
He began by handling a union insurgency case which then led to others, so that his
practice was almost entirely comprised of representing rank-and-file members suing
to protect their democratic rights within their unions. The collection principally
consists of legal case files, including affidavits, depositions, motions, District
Court and appellate briefs, exhibits, appendices, transcripts and correspondence.
The collection provides a wealth of information about the politics and culture of
||61.5 linear feet in 63 boxes and 3 folders
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|Language of Materials note:
||Materials are in English.