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The Harry A. Blackmun Papers at the Library of Congress
Image of Harry Blackmun by Howard Brodie, 1974
Courtroom illustration of Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun by Howard Brodie, [ca 1974]. Chalk Drawing.
Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress. Used with permission of Howard Brodie.

About the Blackmun Papers
View Oral History Videos and Transcript NEW!
View Case Material Highlights
Finding Aid for the Collection (HTML: outline view)
Finding Aid for the Collection (PDF: 257 pages)
Selected Bibliography on Harry A. Blackmun
Copyright and Restrictions
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Please Note: In anticipation of high research demand, selected materials from the collection -- including the 38-hour oral history video interviews and associated transcript -- have been digitized and are now publicly available online. Other case materials have been digitized, but are only available at appointed computer workstations in the Manuscript Reading Room, LM 101, in the Library's James Madison Building (see map).

Use of any Library of Congress Reading Room requires a Reader Identification Card, freely available after a short registration process in Room LM140 (more information).

A detailed description of the Blackmun Papers is available in the online finding aid prepared by the Manuscript Division.

Researchers who have any further questions should contact Manuscript Reading Room staff.

  The Library of Congress >> Research Centers >> Manuscript Reading Room
  November 16, 2004
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