October 2013 News

Fred Rodell, inscription to "Mayor La Guardia"
October 16, 2013
Fred Rodell’s inscribed copy (to “my favorite statesman”) of his book Woe Unto You, Lawyers! (1939). Born in Philadelphia, Rodell graduated from Yale Law School in 1931...
Senator Sam Ervin's autograph
October 16, 2013
Senator Sam Ervin’s copy of Fifty Famous Trials (1937) by R. Cornelius Raby. Samuel James Ervin Jr. (1896-1985) was born and raised in Morganton, North Carolina. He...
Edward Abbott Parry's inscription to Leonard Moore
October 16, 2013
Edward Abbott Parry’s inscribed copy (to Leonard Moore) of his book What the Judge Thought (1922). British judge Sir Edward Abbott Parry came from a long legal lineage...
John C. Townes inscription to Ira P. Hildebrand
October 16, 2013
John C. Townes’s inscribed copy (to Ira P. Hildebrand) of his book Law Books and How to Use Them (1909). John C. Townes, for whom the main building at the University of...
Clarence Darrow's inscription to Pearl Ball
October 16, 2013
Clarence Darrow’s inscribed copy (to “Pearle” M. Ball) of his first book, A Persian Pearl (1899). At John King Books in Detroit, I discovered an autographed copy of...
Arthur Male's inscription to Lord Brougham
October 16, 2013
Lord Brougham’s signed copy of Law of Elections (1818) by Arthur Male. Henry Peter Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux (1778-1868), was a British statesman, member of...
October 16, 2013
Lindley Murray’s English Grammar (8th ed. 1802) inscribed (to Samuel Miller) by “the author.” Lindley Murray is best known as “the father of English grammar.” But...

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