One page 8 1/2 x 11" typed letter on Supreme Court of the United States stationary, dated November 4, 1960 in which Frankfurter discusses various legal personalities (Joe Cotton, Grenville Clark and Cravath), thanks Levy for receipt of an article in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and apologizes for attributing a penetrating observation to Cardozo rather than to Levy, noting in a one line hand written inked comment, "In any event, there is glory enough in that phrase for both of you.". Professor Beryl H. Levy was a scholar in the works of the Supreme Court, Justice Benjamin Nathan Cardozo, and made the philosophy of law his special field. Rust stain from paper clip at upper left corner, otherwise clean. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: ALS to Beryl Harold Levy, Esq; An Apology to...
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