1 1/4 pages, 8vo, integral blank, regretting his failure to be confirmed: "We are sad about the vote though still carrying a bit of hope....It is indeed a strange mores which rejects completence and unselfish desertion without even a selfish reason...." --FRANKFURTER, FELIX. Autograph letter signed to the same, New Milford, Conn., 17 July 1917, one page, 8vo, printed Supreme Court, Washington: That you should think well of my little piece on B please me much. And haven't we all the best of reasons for being very proud of Dean. As to the chances of his 'survival' -- I bet dollars to doughnots that he will be at his post when the Administration terminates...." --HAND, LEARNED. Autograph letter signed ("L.H.") to the same, New York, 14 July 1938. 1 1/4 pages, small 4to: "I am sure you are right. Each of us develops a way of doing things, what the pedants call a habit pattern -- and it is impossible to perform our best in other ways. This role is in yours; you are going to perform it well; you are likely to do it with much distinction...." (3) " /> [SUPREME COURT, JUSTICES]. BRANDEIS, LOUIS D. Autograph letter signed ("Louis DBd.), to George Rublee, Boston, 17 May 1916. <I>1 1/4 pages, 8vo, integral blank</I>, regretting his failure to be confirmed: "We are sad about the vote though still carrying a bit of hope....It is indeed a strange mores which rejects completence and unselfish desertion without even a selfish reason...." --FRANKFURTER, FELIX. Autograph letter signed to the same, New Milford, Conn., 17 July 1917, <I>one page, 8vo, printed Supreme Court, Washington</I>: That you should think well of my little piece on B please me much. And haven't we all the best of reasons for being very proud of Dean. As to the chances of his 'survival' -- I bet dollars to doughnots that he will be at his post when the Administration terminates...." --HAND, LEARNED. Autograph letter signed ("L.H.") to the same, New York, 14 July 1938. <I>1 1/4 pages, small 4to</I>: "I am sure you are right. Each of us develops a way of doing things, what the pedants call a habit pattern -- and it is impossible to perform our best in other ways. This role is in yours; you are going to perform it well; you are likely to do it with much distinction...." (3) | Christie's