• Creator
  • Barnett, Arthur ; Morris, Homer ; Baldwin, Roger
  • Created Date
  • 1943
  • Description
  • In this series of letters exchanged between Homer Morris, Arthur Barnett, and Roger Baldwin, the three men discuss a letter Mary Farquharson wrote to Baldwin regarding Frank Walters and how he was handling the case. Arthur Barnett writes, "In general, the letter states that the judgements of Joseph Conard and of Caleb Foote are so very sweeping in their condemnation..." Homer Morris expresses disappointment in his letter stating, "I need to ma... more
    In this series of letters exchanged between Homer Morris, Arthur Barnett, and Roger Baldwin, the three men discuss a letter Mary Farquharson wrote to Baldwin regarding Frank Walters and how he was handling the case. Arthur Barnett writes, "In general, the letter states that the judgements of Joseph Conard and of Caleb Foote are so very sweeping in their condemnation..." Homer Morris expresses disappointment in his letter stating, "I need to make no comments but I am sorry for the sentiments which are expressed relative to Mr. Walters' presentation of the case at San Francisco." Roger Baldwin took the council of Conard and writes, "I should think it would be wise now, in the event of an adverse decision which is expected, to see that somebody else than Mr. Walters argues the case in the Supreme Court.". less
  • Format
  • Text
    Correspondence (letter)
    Scanned from original text or image at 200 dpi saved in JPEG format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2014