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In re Gault Research Portal

Archival Materials

Case file. I. Case file and briefs:

* The original United States Supreme Court in re Gault case file has been digitized, and is accessible through the website of the National Archives and Records Administration:

Citation: NARA, Record Group 267: Records of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1772 - 2007, Series: Appellate Jurisdiction Case Files, 1792 - 2010, File Unit: Case File 116, October Term 1966, In Re Gault.

* Not all the Briefs are included in the case file. To locate the briefs, go to:

* Oral argument, December 6, 1966,

* Supreme Court Decision, May 15, 1967,

II. Manuscript Collections

* Abe Fortas Papers, Manuscripts and Archives, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, finding aid at:

* Earl Warren Papers, Library of Congress, finding aid at:

* Norman Dorsen papers, NYU, the Tamiment Library and Robert Wagner Labor Archives,

* American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)  Papers, Rare Books and Special Collections, Princeton University Library,

III. Interviews

* Norman Dorsen, "Remarks on Gault," March 7, 2007. Produced by ACLU Racial Justice Project, National Legal Staff, New York, NY, In re Gault Research Collection, National Equal Justice Library, Georgetown Law Library.

* Interviews with Amelia Lewis and Gerald Gault, in: Legal Heroes, produced and written by Larry Dubin, Professor of Law, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, 1988. VHS copies are available in several libraries, a digitized copy is also available at the National Equal Justice Library, Georgetown Law Library, or from Professor Dubin directly.

* Interviews with Gertrud Mainzer:

* Interview with Gertrud Mainzer, Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries, Leora Kahn, Interviewer | 2015OH024 VH 022, Voices of the Holocaust,

* Gertrud Mainzer, USC Shoah Foundation Institute testimony, 1/15/1998, by Rita Davis, available on You Tube,

* Oral history interview with Marshall Hartman, conducted by James Neuhard (1990-11-15), National Equal Justice Library, Georgetown Law Library.