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Brief Description of the Microfilm Contents The papers from which this microfilm was created are found in the University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law Library. The University Archives (UARC) microfilmed these papers in 1976. UARC retained the Law Library's original arrangement, dividing them into two groups--bound and unbound manuscripts. The twenty-four boxes of bound material (found on microfilm reels 1-8) reflect Harlan's early career in Kentucky. This includes fifteen volumes of business ledgers from estates and...
Scope and Contents This document is a reminiscence authored by Jean Brandeis Tachau describing visits to Louisville by her uncle, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, the growth of interest in classical music in Louisville, and Tachau's role in social welfare activities including the birth control movement. Tachau, the wife of Charles G. Tachau, lived in Louisville all her life. She was an active volunteer in many social causes and was also an amateur pianist who loved music. Tachau also remembers life...
Dates: circa 1970-1976