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N. L. R. B. EXHIBIT No. 244

Recognition and discrimination strikes compared with all strikesOctober

1935 to November 1939

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N. L. R. B. Exhibit No. 245

PERSONNEL OF THË REVIEW SECTION OF THE LEGAL DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL

LABOR RELATIONS BOARD (THE AGE GIVEN IS THAT OF THE INDIVIDUAL's NEAREST BIRTHDAY)

January 23, 1940

A. SUPERVISORY STAFF

Emerson, Thomas I. : 33 years of age; legal residence, New Work City; Assuciate General Counsel and Chief of Review Section ; Yale University, A. B., 1928, Phi Beta Kappa ; Yale Law School, LL. B., 1931 ; Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Law Journal, 1930–1931; order of Coif; member of New York bar; associated with Engehard, Pollak, Pitcher & Stern in general practice of law in New York City, 1931-1933; Assistant Counsel National Recovery Administration, 1933– 1934; Attorney with old National Labor Relations Board, 1934–1935; attorney with National Labor Relations Board, 1935–1936; including four months as Regional Attorney in Atlanta ; attorney with Social Security Board in charge of legislation, 1936–1937; attorney, Assistant General Counsel and Associate General Counsel with National Labor Relations Board, 1937 to date.

Hawes, Alexander B.: 33 years of age ; legal residence, Massachusetts ; Assistant General ('ounsel and Assistant Chief of Review Section; Princeton University; Harvard University, A. B., magna cum laude, 1928; Harvard Law School, LL. B., magna cum laude, 1931 ; Editor, Harvard Law Review, 1929–1931, Case Editor, 1930-1931; member of Massachusetts bar, 1931; Law Clerk to Judge Learned Hand, United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 1931–1932; associated with Choats, Hall and Stuart in general practice of law, Boston, 1932–1933; Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, 1933–1934; Attorney, Securities and Exchange Commission, 1934-1935; Assistant General Counsel, Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration, 1935–1936; Assistant Director, Reg. istration Division, Securities and Exchange Commisson, 1936–1937; attorney and Assistant General Counsel with National Labor Relations Board 1937 to date.

Friedman, Joseph : 29 years of age ; legal residence, Hartford, Comecticut; Yale University, A. B., 1932; Yale Law School, LL. B., 1935; several Sterling scholarships in college and law school; member of Comnecticut bar, 1935; Assistant to the Reporter (Dean Clark of Yale Law School) to the United States Supreme Court's Advisory Committee on Rules for Civil Procedure, 1935-1937; coauthor of three-volume treatise on federal practice and procedure, Moore and Friedman, Federal Practice under the New Federal Rules (1938); has been employed in various factories and tobacco plantations and has assisted Dean Clark in several arbitrations involving employees and union.

Fuchs, Herbert: 34 years of age; legal residence, New York; College of City of New York, B. S. S., 1924; New York University Law School, J. D., 1929; Deniber of New York bar, 1929; private practice; 1929–1935 associated with Rosenberg, Goldmark & Colin, New York City, on special staff for litigation of Ivar Kreuger matters, 1935–1936; Attorney with U. S. Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, Investigation of Railroad Finance, 1936–1937; participated with Joseph J. Klein in preparation of Federal Income Taxation and supplements thereto.

Garrett, Sylvester: 28 years of age ; legal residence, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania; Swarthmore College. A. B., 1933, with high honors; University of Pennsylvania Law School, LL B., 1936; faculty scholarship and Gowen Memorial Fellowship in law school; Editorial Board, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 193.7; member of Pennsylvania bar, 1937; study of court procedure and preparation of articles and textbook under Dean Goodrich of Pennsylvania Law School; worked summers as salesman and laborer; drafting of proposed legislation, 1936-1937; associated with Saylor, Slocum, & Ferguson in practice of law, in Philadelphia, Pa., 1937-1938, mostly handling labor relations of large corporate clients.

Gill, Lewis M. : 28 years of age; legal resiilence, Washington, D. C. ; Swarthmore College, A. B., 1933, with honors; University of Pennsylvania Law School, LL B., 1936; note and legislation editor of Pennsylvania Law Review, 1935–1936; member of D. C. bar, 1936; member of D. C. Circuit Court bar, 1938 ; author of several notes in Pennsylvania Law Review, law clerk with Philadelphia firm, 1935; at. torney with S.E.C., 1936-1937.

Harris, Abraham J.: 31 years of age; legal residence, Illinois; University of Minnesota, A.B., 1930; Harvard Law School, LL.B., 1933, scholarship at Harvard Law School ; member of Mlinois bar, 1934; varied business experience, including bookkeeping, accounting, and managing of hotel, while going to school; associated with Clarence N. Goodwin in the practice of law in Chicago; associated with Benjamin Goldbein in the practice of law in Chicago; law practice included work in the field of labor, NRA codes, compulsory arbitration, etc.

Kollender, Mortimer: 31 years of age ; legal residence, New Alexandria, Virginia; Williams College, A.B., cum laude, 1928; New York University Law School, J.D., 1931; member of New York Bar, 1932; assistant to Vice President Chase National Bank of New York City, 1928–1:34; administrative assistant to Chairman of Petroleum Administrative Board, 1934-1935; attorney in Solicitor's ( flice, Department of Interior, 1935; attorney and Regional Attorney with National Labor Relations Board in Atlanta, Georgia, 1935-1938.

Lewittes, Aaron : 27 years of age; legal residence, New York City ; College of City of New York, B.S.S., cum laude, 1:32; Columbia University Law School, LL.B., 1935; Phi Beta Kappa ; five scholarships at law school; editor of Columbia Law Review; Ordroneaux prize for highest grades for law school; Morris Fellowship for graduate work, 1935--1936; member New York bar, 1936 ; Assistant Counsel, Senate Committee on interstate commerce, 1936–1938; specialized in administrative law in graduate work at Clumbia University.

Lichtenstein, Howard : 32 years of age; legal residence, New York; University College, New York University, B. A., cum laude, 1929; New York University Law School, J. D., 1932; Phi Beta Kappa, 1928; Cowin Political Science Prize, 1928; member of New York bar, 19:3; member of Supreme Court of United States, 1938; worked as statistical clerk, 1929; High School teacher in New York City, 1930–1932; associated with Wolf and Jacobi as law clerk for 6 months and thereafter as attorney in the general practice of law in New York City, 1932–1936; Special Investigator, Home Relief Bureau, Department of Public Welfare, 1936-1937; attorney in Solicitor's office, Department of Labor, 1937-1938, including review of records and determination of prevailing wage rates under Davis-Bacon Act.

Morris, Stanley J.: 32 years of age; legal residence, Chicago, Illinois; University of Chicago, Ph. B., cum laude, 1928; University of Chicago Law School, J. D., cum laude, 1930; Order of Coif; member of Illinois bar, 1930; member of Supreme Court, 1936 (?); associated with Moses, Kennedy, Stein & Bachrach, Chicago, Illinois, in the general practice of law, 1930–1938.

Polier, Isadore: 34 years of age; legal residence, New York City; University of South Carolina, B. S., magna cum laude, 1926; Harvard Law School, LL. B., cum laude, 1929; Harvard Law School, L. L. M., 1931; Phi Beta Kappa; Honor Cub; Economics Scholarship; Economics essay award; editor-in-chief college newspaper and literary journal; member debating team and winner of numerous public speaking awards; tenth in class of law school; scholarships 1927-. 1928, 1928–1930; Board of Student Advisors; Fellowship in Administrative Law, 1930–1931; member of New York bar, 1931; member of Federal District Court and U. S. Supreme Court bars; author of "Status of Injured Relief Workers", Columbia Law Review, 1936 (?); editor of International Juridical Association Bulletin, 1932–1936; associated with Edward H. Childs, with Carl J. Austrian, with Englehard, Pollak, Pitcher, Stern & Clark, with Kaufman & Weitzner, in general practice of law, including trial and appellate work, briefing, and in charge of staff of 12 attorneys, in New York City, 1929–1937.

Sharfman, Warren L.: 27 years of age; legal residence, Ann Arbor, Michigan ; University of Michigan, A. B. 1932, with distinction; Harvard Law School, LL. B., 1936; member of D. C. bar, 1937; field agent, Michigan Department of Labor and Industry, 1934; special agent, U. S. Treasury Department, 1934; field agent, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U. S. Department of Labor, 1936; attorney, Office of Solicitor, U. S. Department of Labor, 1936-1937, including administration of the Davis-Bacon Act determining prevailing wage rates and serving as referee.

Koplow, A. George: Administrative Assistant; 25 years of age; legal residence, Sioux Falls, South Dakota ; Sioux Falls College, 1931-1933; University of Minnesota, B. A., 1935 ; LL. B., 1937; Dept. of Agriculture Graduate School, 1938 ; College Honor Society; member of several Honorary Forensic Societies; Honor Student in law school, 1934–1935; scholarship, 1934–1935; member of South Dakota bar, 1937; passed Minnesota bar examinations, 1937; worked during summer as life guard, store clerk, truck driver, window trimmer and salesman, 1931–1937; associated with Doyle & Mahoney as law clerk in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1937.

PERSONNEL OF THE REVIEW SECTION OF THE LEGAL DIVISION OF THE NATIONAL

LABOR RELATIONS BOARD

January 22, 1940

B. REVIEW ATTORNEYS

Allen, Robert D. : 30 years of age; legal residence, Seattle, Wash.; University of Washington, 3 years, no degree; University of Washington Law School, LL. B., 1934; member of Washington State Bar, 1934; member U. S. District Court Bar, Western District of Washington, 1936; member of Bar of U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, 1937; associated with Todd, Holman & Sprague in general practice of law, Seattle, Wash., 1934–1938 ; legal department of Washington Title Insurance Company, Seattle, Wash., 1939 ; handling some research on labor questions while in general practice.

Anschnetz, Charlotte: 25 yrs. of age: legal residence, St. Louis, Missouri ; Washington University, St. Louis, A. B , 1936, LL. B., 1939; four-year honor scholarship; Phi Beta Kappa ; Alpha Lambda Delta, Freshman Honorary Sorority, Mortar Board ; Delta Phi Alpha, German Language Honorary Fraternity ; Phi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honorary Fraternity; Washington University Law Quarterly Staff ; Marquette Law Review Stal': shared Breckinridge Moot Court prize; author of several notes and comments in Washington University Law Quarterly and Marquette Law Review Staff, 1938–9; member of Missouri Bar, 1939; associated with Edwin W. Knappe, of St. Louis, Missouri, as law clerk, 1938 ; Special Assistant to Deputy Industrial Commissioner of New York State Department of Labor in administrative law problems, 1939.

Barrow, Roscoe L. : 26 yrs. of age; legal residence, Chicago, Ill. ; Lewis Institute, B. S., 1935, Northwestern University School of Law, J. D., 1938 ; Legal Publications Board Northwestern University, 1935–8; author of several comments and article “Business Entries before the Court," Illinois Law Review; member of Illinois Bar, 1938 ; worked as hotel clerk part time, 1938-38.

Beck, Roman; 35 yrs. of age; New York University, B. S., 1925; New York University Law School, LL. B., 1927; member of Sigma Society, honorary scholastic society ; recipient of cash prize awarded highest student in the Department of Government; member of University debating team; member of New York Bar, 1927 ; associated with the following New York City firms in the general practice of law : Cardoza & Nathan, 1926–7; Halm, Whitlock & Scarff, 1928-30; Samuel B. Pollak & B. Pollak, 1931-6; Zeiger & Berliner, 1936–7; practice involved some work relating to trade associations and trade unions and included litigation and appellate work.

Boyls, Fanny: 34 yrs. of age ; University of Texas, A. B., 1925; University of Texas Law School, LL. B., 1929 ; member of Texas Bar, private practice, 1929-34; attorney with H. O. L. C., 1934-7; large portion of private practice consisted of workmen's compensation, industrial insurance, and similar cases; also represented an oil company in matters involving labor relations.

Brownstein, Harry: 28 yrs. of age; legal residence, South Bend, Indiana ; Indiana University, B S., 1934; Indiana Law School, J. D., 1936, with distinction; labor law course, Columbus University, Washington, D. C., 19:39; member Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary scholastic society; member Beta Gamma Sigma, scholastic society; Indiana Law Journal: member Indiana Bar, 1936; worked as retail clerk and department manager with various stores while attending high school and college; associated with Arnold & Degrian in general practice of law at South Bend, Indiana, 1936-8, including representation of several labor organizations.

Butter, Emanuel ; 33 yrs. of age; St. Johns University Law School, L. L. B., 1930; member of New York Bar, 1931; general law practice since 1931 ; represented employers in trucking industry in New York in collective bargaining between Capital Moving and Capital Warehousemen's Association and Brotherhood; drew up constitution and bylaw for United-Whelan ocal Union (New York City); represented about 100 employees under workmen's compensation; associated with Ornstein & Silverman in four labor cases finally decided in Court of Appeals; while attending evening school worked for 7 years as clothing salesman, copywriter on newspaper, and installment collector.

Cokin, Louis: 25 yrs. of age ; legal residence, Pawtucket, R. I.; Boston University, 1933–5; Georgetown Law School, LL. B., 1938; Assistant Editor. Georgetown Law Journal; faculty award for highest scholastic average, 1938; member of Rhode Island and D. C. Bars, 1938; author of several notes in Georgetown Law Journal, 1937–8; assisted Prof. Reuschlein in article, Municipal Debt Readjustment-Cornell Law Quarterly, 1938; assisted in preparation of text on municipal corporation, 1938; worked as truckdriver during vacations, 1933–6; employed by City Solicitor of Pawtucket, R. I., 1938; associated with law firm, McCarthy & Flynn, 1937–8, Pawtucket, R. I.

Compton, Raymond J.: 34 yrs. of age; legal residence, Potlatch, Idaho; University of Idaho; Stanford University, LL. B., 1930; member of Stanford University Law Review; academic award, Phi Alpha Delta, honorary academic society; member of Idaho Bar, 1930; member of U. S. Supreme Court Bar, 1935; member of D. C. District Court, 1936; member of D. C. Circuit Court of Appeals, 1937; worked as clerk, secretary, and in credit department while attending school; assistant prosecuting attorney, Weiser, Idaho, 1931; private practice in Potlatch, Idaho, 1932–5; Justice, First Justice District, Latah County, Idaho, 1933–5; secretary to Congressman White, of Idaho, and Bierman, of Iowa, 1935; W. P. A. project control, 1935-6; P. W. A. Personnel Director's Office, 1936–7; private practice in District of Columbia, 1937-8; in private practice was legal advisor to officials of various labor organizations; as magistrate handled many matters involving status of employees in community.

Cooper, Evelyn N.: 27 yrs. of age; legal residence, Michigan, University of Michigan, A. B. 1933; University of Michigan Law School, LL. B., 1935; member of District of Columbia Bar, 1937; author of article on tax exemptions of public bonds, printed in Legal Notes on Local Government and article on Municipal Bankruptcy Act, Pennsylvania Law Review ; Law Clerk, P. W. A., 1936–7; attorney, U. S. H. A., 1938–9; handling legal and administrative matters relating to labor; course in labor relations at George Washington University Law School.

Cooper, George Wallace: 32 yrs. of age; legal residence, District of Columbia ; Central Missouri State Teachers College, A. B., 1928; University of Missouri, graduate work in Political Science, 1928–9; University of Virginia, LL. B., 1932; Phi Beta Kappa ; member of Missouri Bar, 1931 ; private practice at Warrensburg, Missouri, 1932–7; prosecuting attorney, Johnson County, Missouri, 1935–7; associated with Chadbourne, Wallace, Clarke & Whiteside in practice of law at New York City, 1937-8; last five months with latter firm was in charge of labor relations work handled by the office, which represented a number of large employers.

Cooper, Harry: 27 yrs. of age; legal residence, Hartford, Connecticut; Yale University, A. B., 1933, cum laude; Yale Law School, LL. B., 1936 Betts Prize in American Literature, 1932; scholarship student; member of Connecticut Bar, 1937; worked as switchboard operator, 1935–6; legal assistant to Prof. James William Moore, Yale Law School, in preparation of revision of Gilbert's Collier in Bankruptcy, 1936; Department of Justice, legal research on Attorney General's survey of release procedures, 1937.

Cutler, Arnold R.: 32 yrs. of age; Yale College, A. B., 1930; Yale Law School, LL. B., 1932; member of Connecticut Bar, 1932; associated with Woodruff & Klein in general practice of law at New Haven, Connecticut, 1932–3; legal division of P. W. A., 1933–37 ; Chief Counsel for State of Washington for P. W. A., 1936-7; P. W. A. work consisted in part of matters relating to labor problems, construction controls, etc.

Daffan, Bliss: 33 yrs. of age; legal residence, San Antonio, Texas; Cumberland University, LL. B., 1928; partner in law firm of Bliss & Daffan in general practice of law, San Antonio, Texas, 1929-36; secretary to Congressman Maverick, of Texas, 1936–7.

Diamond, Bertram : 23 yrs. of age; legal residence, New York City; City College of New York, A. B., 1936; Columbia University, LL. B., 1939; Phi Beta Kappa ; Pell Medal for second highest average scholarship, 1934; Ketchum Prize for philosophy; faculty scholarship for three years at Columbia University; James Kent honorary scholarship, Columbia University; editor, Columbia University Law Review; author of several notes in Columbia Law Review ; member of New York Bar, 1939; counsellor in summer camp for boys, 1933–8; legal assistant to Prof. Milton Handler, Columbia University Law School, 1939.

Farmer, Guy: 27 yrs. of age; West Virginia University, A. B., 1934; West Virginia University, Coilege of Law, LL B., 1936; Oxford University, Oxford, England, graduate work pursuant to Rhodes scholarship, 1936-7; Phi Betta Kappa ; Order of the Coif; editor, West Virginia Law Quarterly ; Rhodes scholarship; author of several notes and comments in West Virginia Law Quarterly; member of West Virginia Bar, 1936; worked as store clerk and sawmill helper during summers, 1930–34; legal research in connection with restatement of con

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