Judges -- Tennessee.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The University of Tennessee's Board of Trustees passed this resolution in 1953 to honor the late Judge George Caldwell Taylor (1885-1952).
In this letter written on September 25, 1796, Campbell accepts the position of a district judge for the Superior Court and mentions his brief acquaintance with judge he is responding to.
The E. Riley Anderson Collection contains the records of Judge E. Riley Anderson, a Tennessee-native lawyer and jurist who served as Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court. The records focus on judicial decisions in the State of Tennessee. The time periods covered extend from the 1980s to the first decade of the 21 century. The list of boxes and folders in the collection is in a separate PDF document.
This collection documents Wilson’s service as presiding judge in the Jimmy Hoffa trial and Estes Kefauver’s 1948 presidential bid (Wilson served as campaign manager). Other material includes opinions, speeches, minutes, and correspondence dating between 1940 and 1982.
This collection includes the personal and professional records of Judge James Howard Jarvis II. Judge Jarvis served on the U.S. District Court, overseeing cases in the Eastern District of Tennessee. The time frame reflected in the records is 1975-2007.
This collection consists of a framed black and white photograph of seven men in the 3rd floor courtroom of the Knox County Courthouse, circa 1943-1947.
This collection consists of two court letterbooks for Judge Sylvester Bailey of Memphis containing copies of his correspondence between March 5, 1845-September 4, 1851.
This collection includes the records of Judge Thomas Gray Hull. Judge Hull served in a number of legal, political, and judicial positions in the Eastern District of Tennessee. This collection includes records from 1970-2005, spanning from before Judge Hull’s appointment to the federal District Court in 1984 and past his assumption of senior status in 2002.