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University of Chicago Library

Guide to the Hans Zeisel Papers 1925-1992

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Zeisel, Hans. Papers

Dates:

1925-1992

Size:

91.5 linear feet (173 boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Hans Zeisel (1905-1992) was a scholar of law and social science at the University of Chicago Law School. He was an expert on juries, capital punishment, and political and market survey techniques. He served on the faculty of the University of Chicago Law School from 1953 until 1974. There, as one of the leaders of the well-known Jury Project, Zeisel strove to apply social research methodology to the field of law. This collection includes a small amount of personal ephemera and teaching materials, but is primarily comprised of correspondence; materials from his work as a litigation consultant; research files concerning law, social science, and a variety of other topics; materials related to the Jury Project and other studies he undertook; his own writings and writings by others; and audio and visual recordings. Materials date between 1925 and 1992, with the bulk dating between 1950 and 1992. The papers document the wide variety of Zeisel’s academic interests and his scholarly and professional efforts to improve the administration of justice.

Information on Use

Access

This collection is open for research with the exception of material in Series XI. This series contains restricted financial and personnel information; student material; correspondence; and consulting materials. The financial and personnel information is restricted for fifty years from date of record creation, and will be fully open in 2042. The rest of the materials in Series XI are restricted for eighty years from date of record creation and will be fully open in 2072.

Restrictions on Use

Series IX, Audiovisual, does not include an access copy for the audio and video recordings. Researchers will need to consult with staff before requesting these items.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Zeisel, Hans. Papers, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library.

Biographical Note

Hans Zeisel was born in Czechoslovakia in 1905 and raised in Vienna. He attended the University of Vienna, earning a law degree in 1927 and a doctorate in political science in 1928. Zeisel worked closely with prominent sociologist Paul F. Lazarsfeld. Together with Lazarsfeld’s wife, Marie Jahoda, they published the influential work Die Arbeitslosen von Marienthal: Ein soziographischer Versuch über die Wirkungen langdauernder Arbeitslosigkeit in 1933. (An English edition, Marienthal: The Sociography of an Unemployed Community, was published in 1971.)

In 1938 he married Eva Stricker, an internationally-known ceramics designer. They had two children: Jean Richards, an actress, and John Zeisel, an architect. John Zeisel taught at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and started a firm that conducted social science research for architects in order to help them determine the special needs of their clients.

Following the Anschluss in 1938, Zeisel left Austria for the United States where he worked in the burgeoning field of market research, holding positions at advertising agency McCann-Erickson and the Tea Council. During this time he also taught sociology at Columbia and Rutgers Universities. In 1947 Zeisel published Say It With Figures, a text published in six editions and seven languages due to its clear explanation of the methodology of survey data.

In 1953 he was appointed to the faculty of the University of Chicago Law School as part of Dean Edward Levi’s initiative to bolster the study of social science and the law. There he worked closely with Professor Harry Kalven, Jr., another leader of the Law School’s Jury Project. The Jury Project, an empirical study of the American jury system, led to the publication of Delay in the Court (1959) and The American Jury (1966). The former text concerned the role of the jury in court congestion that plagued civil litigation and the latter concerned the jury system in criminal trials. A third volume, a text on the civil jury entitled The American Civil Jury, was never published, but drafts and notes are included in this collection.

After Kalven’s death in 1974, Zeisel collaborated frequently with psychologist Shari Seidman Diamond. The two co-authored numerous articles concerning the effectiveness of the justice system. In 1983 Zeisel authored The Limits of Law Enforcement, which argued that the best way to deter criminal activity was to improve the social environment (particularly youth education) rather than bolstering law enforcement efforts.

Zeisel frequently served as a litigation consultant on issues pertaining to survey methodology, particularly change-of-venue matters and trademark confusion lawsuits. Most famously, he aided Ford Motor Company in their litigation following the Pinto fuel tank scandal. In addition to many commercial companies, Zeisel served as a consultant for the U.S. War Department, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Rand Corporation, and the American Bar Association throughout his career. A fervent opponent of the death penalty, he also consulted on numerous capital punishment cases, seeking to demonstrate both that the death penalty did not function as a deterrent to crime and that it was often applied in a racially discriminatory manner.

Zeisel was a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Statistical Association, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was a member of the governing board of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. In 1967 Zeisel received the Award for Exceptionally Distinguished Achievement from the American Association for Public Opinion Research, the organization’s highest honor. In 1992 Zeisel was the recipient of the Paul F. Lazarsfeld Award for his contributions to the field of quantitative social research.

Zeisel died in 1992 in Chicago. His final book, Prove It With Figures: Empirical Methods in Law and Litigation, was published posthumously in 1997 by co-author David Kaye.

Scope Note

This collection is divided into eleven series:

I. Personal

II. Correspondence

III. Consulting

IV. Teaching

V. Research

VI. Projects and Studies

VII. Writings

VIII. Writings by Others

IX. Audiovisual

X. Oversize

XI. Restricted

Detailed series descriptions are found at the beginning of each series in the inventory section of the guide.

I. Personal: Contains personal and biographical materials concerning Zeisel’s career and family.

II. Correspondence: Contains correspondence between Zeisel and his colleagues, both academic and professional. Correspondents of note (highlighted in the inventory) include actress Katharine Hepburn, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, activist Coretta Scott King, and several Supreme Court justices, among others. Some correspondence is written in German.

III. Consulting: Includes correspondence, surveys, reports, court documents, and notes related to Zeisel’s work as a litigation consultant. He advised companies and their legal counsel on matters concerning trademark infringement and confusion, jury selection, and general survey and sampling techniques. It also includes Zeisel’s evaluations of grant proposals and articles for institutions like the National Science Foundation. Consulting files related to specific litigation and not part of the public record are located in Series X: Restricted.

IV. Teaching: Contains course materials such as syllabi, exams, and readings, related to his courses on social science research in the law and capital punishment.

V. Research: Consists of subject files related to Zeisel’s legal and social science research as well as his personal interests. These files include articles, memoranda, notes, and other documents gathered in the course of his research. His general research files include topics as wide-ranging as literature, science, and political conditions in Europe and Russia.

VI. Projects and Studies: Contains documents such as questionnaires, research proposals, correspondence, and reports related to Zeisel’s many projects applying social science to the law. The bulk of the series concerns the University of Chicago Law School’s Jury Project that was led primarily by Harry Kalven Jr., and Hans Zeisel. The other subseries include files related to Zeisel’s work opposing the death penalty; the Law School’s arbitration and tax projects; and studies of automobile accidents and court delay. Subseries One: The General Jury Project contains materials related to the jury recordings scandal of 1955. The Project’s recording of jury deliberations (with the consent of the court) in Wichita, Kansas became public and resulted in hearings before the United States Senate’s Internal Security Sub-Committee. Dean Edward H. Levi testified before the committee under subpoena, but the Committee did not ultimately penalize the Law School or its faculty.

VII. Writings: Includes drafts, research, notes, and reviews related to Zeisel’s many published works – such as his books, articles, book reviews, and letters to the editor. It also contains drafts of unpublished writings, including short essays and the third book from the University of Chicago Jury Project, The American Civil Jury, as well as copies of his many speeches, government testimony, and reports.

VIII. Writings by Others: Consists of drafts of writings authored by Zeisel’s colleagues, as well as related correspondence and research materials. In particular, this series contains drafts of the German poetry anthology that Zeisel engaged translator Max Knight to assemble, along with their correspondence concerning the project, though the anthology was never ultimately published.

IX. Audiovisual: Contains cassette tapes, VHS tapes, audio and videotape reels, and photographs. These materials generally relate to Zeisel’s role as a litigation consultant, but they also include recordings of Zeisel’s academic lectures and debates, as well as recordings from the University of Chicago Law School’s Jury Project.

X. Oversize: Includes press clippings, computer data printouts, and posters related to a variety of Zeisel’s research and teaching interests.

XI. Restricted: Consists of restricted financial, personnel, student, and legal material. Legal files concern the University of Chicago Law School’s Jury Project, Zeisel’s work as a consultant on death penalty cases, and Zeisel’s work as a litigation consultant for commercial companies. Materials in Subseries One are restricted for fifty years from date of record creation and will be fully open in 2042. Materials in Subseries Two-Five are restricted for eighty years from date of record creation. Materials in Subseries Two will be fully open in 2071. Materials in Subseries Three-Five will be fully open in 2072.

Related Resources

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Archival Biographical Files

Blum, Walter J. Papers

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. Records

Chandrasekhar, Subrahmanyan. Papers

Levi, Edward H., Papers

University of Chicago. Law School. Jury Project. Records

University of Chicago. Law School. Arbitration Study. Records

Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Personal

This series contains personal and biographical materials concerning Zeisel. It includes Zeisel’s curriculum vitae and profiles of his career, as well as documents related to his membership in professional societies, the work of his wife Eva Zeisel and children John Zeisel and Jean Richards, and his obituary and memorial.

Box 1    Folder 1

American Academy of Arts and Sciences – correspondence, membership form, and event program, 1985-1991

Box 1    Folder 2

The American Austrian Foundation – correspondence, meeting documents, and reports, 1984-1988

Box 1    Folder 3

American Sociological Association – Paul F. Lazarsfeld Award, 1992

Box 1    Folder 4

Biographical Materials and Curriculum Vitae, circa 1970s-1980s

Box 1    Folder 5

Leonard Boudin – memorial statement, 1989

Box 1    Folder 6

Family Documents, circa 1980s

Box 1    Folder 7

Mailing List and Addresses

Box 1    Folder 8

Master List for Files at Home, undated

Box 1    Folder 9

Obituaries and Memorial, 1992

Box 1    Folder 10

Print sample – Neiman-Marcus fashion awards program, 1949

Box 1    Folder 11

Profiles of Zeisel, 1974-1983

Box 1    Folder 12

Scrapbook documents, circa 1990

Box 1    Folder 13

University of Chicago Law School – Zeisel Chair, 1990

Box 1    Folder 14

Eva Zeisel – correspondence and clippings, circa 1985-1989

Series II: Correspondence

This series includes correspondence between Zeisel and his colleagues, both academic and professional. It is arranged alphabetically by the correspondent’s name, though correspondence concerning The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists and the death penalty is grouped topically and listed accordingly. Correspondents of note (highlighted in the inventory) include actress Katharine Hepburn, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, activist Coretta Scott King, and several Supreme Court justices, among others. Some correspondence is written in German.

Box 1    Folder 15

A, 1963-1992

Box 1    Folder 16

A, 1963-1992

Box 1    Folder 17

B, 1945-1992

Box 2   Folder 1

B, 1945-1992

Box 2   Folder 2

B, 1945-1992

  • Including Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan
Box 2   Folder 3

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 1960-1985

Box 2   Folder 4

C, 1962-1992

Box 2   Folder 5

C, 1962-1992

Box 2   Folder 6

D, 1960-1992

Box 2   Folder 7

D, 1960-1992

Box 2   Folder 8

Death Penalty, 1955-1992

Box 2   Folder 9

Death Penalty, 1955-1992

Box 3    Folder 1

E, 1967-1992

Box 3    Folder 2

F, 1955-1992

Box 3    Folder 3

F, 1955-1992

Box 3    Folder 4

F, 1955-1992

  • Including Judge Marvin Frankel of the Southern District of New York
Box 3    Folder 5

G, 1968-1992

Box 3    Folder 6

H, 1950-1992

Box 3    Folder 7

H, 1950-1992

Box 3    Folder 8

H, 1950-1992

  • Including Katharine Hepburn
Box 3    Folder 9

I, 1963-1992

Box 4    Folder 1

J, 1953-1992

  • Including Watergate Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski
Box 4    Folder 2

Juries, 1955-1992

Box 4    Folder 3

K, 1956-1992

Box 4    Folder 4

K, 1956-1992

Box 4    Folder 5

K, 1956-1992

Box 4    Folder 6

K, 1956-1992

  • Including Coretta Scott King
Box 4    Folder 7

L, 1954-1992

Box 4    Folder 8

L, 1954-1992

Box 4    Folder 9

L, 1954-1992

Box 5    Folder 1

M, 1967-1992

Box 5    Folder 2

M, 1967-1992

Box 5    Folder 3

M, 1967-1992

Box 5    Folder 4

N, 1962-1992

Box 5    Folder 5

N, 1962-1992

Box 5    Folder 6

N, 1962-1992

Box 5    Folder 7

O, 1969-1986

  • Including Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
Box 5    Folder 8

P, 1960-1992

Box 6   Folder 1

P, 1960-1992

Box 6   Folder 2

P, 1960-1992

Box 6   Folder 3

R, 1958-1992

  • Including Eleanor Roosevelt
Box 6   Folder 4

S, 1954-1992

Box 6   Folder 5

S, 1954-1992

  • Including Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart
Box 6   Folder 6

T, 1961-1991

Box 6   Folder 7

U-V, 1958-1992

Box 7   Folder 1

U-V, 1958-1992

Box 7   Folder 2

W-X, 1959-1991

Box 7   Folder 3

W-X, 1959-1991

  • Including Supreme Court Justice Byron White
Box 7   Folder 4

Y-Z, 1942-1991

Box 7   Folder 5

Unidentified, 1958-1992

Box 7   Folder 6

Unidentified, 1958-1992

Series III: Consulting

This series contains files related to Zeisel’s consulting work. It is arranged alphabetically by topic, generally by the name of the institution or case with which Zeisel was connected. He advised companies and their legal counsel on matters concerning trademark infringement and confusion, jury selection, and general survey and sampling techniques. Files largely contain correspondence, consumer surveys and reports, public-record court documents, notes, and related research. This series also includes Zeisel’s evaluations of grant proposals and articles for institutions like the National Science Foundation. Consulting files related to specific litigation and not part of the public record are located in Series XI: Restricted.

Box 7    Folder 7

Alfredo – consumer awareness surveys and notes, undated

Box 7    Folder 8

Ronald J. Allen – probability and civil trials – research proposal, 1987

Box 7    Folder 9

American Bar Foundation – correspondence, questionnaires, and press clippings, circa 1974-1976

Box 7    Folder 10

American Journal of Sociology – peer review forms, circa 1983

Box 8    Folder 1

American Judicature Society – article review and correspondence, 1983-1984

Box 8    Folder 2

Audits and Surveys Inc. – customer surveys regarding outdoor lighting, 1979

Box 8    Folder 3

Austria Program, circa 1973 (German)

Box 8    Folder 4

Avis – civil complaint and floral directory, 1977

Box 8    Folder 5

Baker’s Square – survey, 1985

Box 8    Folder 6

Baker v. F. & F. Investment – court document and reports related to sampling, undated

Box 8    Folder 7

BankCard Holders of America – court documents, insurance survey, 1981-1984

Box 8    Folder 8

Berlitz Publications v. Charles Berlitz – Zeisel court testimony, 1970

Box 8    Folder 9

California Cooler – Zeisel affidavit, 1984

Box 8    Folder 10

Canadian news media – questionnaire and comments, 1972

Box 8    Folder 11

Centaur Communications v. A/S/M Communications – court decision, transcript, and appellant brief, 1986-1987

Box 8    Folder 12

Christie’s – survey, 1986

Box 8    Folder 13

Clairol – affidavit, 1984

Box 8    Folder 14

Contac – surveys, undated

Box 8    Folder 15

Continental Oil & Gas – loan charts, 1988

Box 8    Folder 16

The Continuing Legal Education Society of Nova Scotia – correspondence, 1985

Box 9    Folder 1

Dallas Popcorn Shrimp – surveys and notes, 1986

Box 9    Folder 2

Marshall Dayan – North Carolina v. Michael Ray Quesinberry – court documents regarding the death penalty, 1987, 1988

Box 9    Folder 3

Dershowitz – affidavit, 1971

Box 9    Folder 4

Dukes of Hazzard – Zeisel affidavits and court documents, 1981-1982

Box 9    Folder 5

Edison Brothers Stores Inc. (Notorious) – affidavit, 1986

Box 9    Folder 6

Educational Testing Service – correspondence and court documents, 1983

Box 9    Folder 7

Fifty-five mph speed limit – National Academy of Sciences – correspondence and reports, 1983-1984

Box 9    Folder 8

Fifty-five mph speed limit – typescript draft report, Senate transcripts, clippings, and notes, 1986-1988

Box 9    Folder 9

Florida v. Patton – Zeisel affidavit, 1982

Box 9    Folder 10

Free v. Peters – Zeisel affidavit, 1990

Box 9    Folder 11

Bernard Grofman, “Modelling Jury Verdicts,” Modules and Monographs in Undergraduate Mathematics and Its Applications Project, 1982

Box 9    Folder 12

Gun Control – articles and court documents, 1981-1985

Box 9    Folder 13

Gun Control – articles and court documents, 1981-1985

Box 10    Folder 1

Marion Harper, Jr. – correspondence, clippings, and tributes, 1964-1987

Box 10    Folder 2

Hurt v. Coyne Cylinder Co. – Zeisel affidavit, 1990

Box 10    Folder 3

Illinois v. Yates – Zeisel testimony, 1979

Box 10    Folder 4

Interpublic Annual Report, 1987

Box 10    Folder 5

IRS – strategic report and comments, 1984-1985

Box 10    Folder 6

IRS – survey critiques, 1985

Box 10    Folder 7

Isotoner gloves – surveys, court documents, and gloves, 1977

Box 10    Folder 8

Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences – article review, 1984

Box 10    Folder 9

Journal of Quantitative Criminology – article evaluation, 1985

Box 10    Folder 10

Justice Quarterly – manuscript for peer review, 1985

Box 10    Folder 11

LaSalle Extension University – survey, report, and Federal Trade Commission decision, 1980

Box 10    Folder 12

Litton – answer to appeal brief, 1980

Box 10    Folder 13

L’Oreal – court opinion, 1984

Box 10    Folder 14

L’Oreal/Zazu Designs – court opinion, 1988

Box 10    Folder 15

Lysol – Spray Disinfectant Study, 1974

Box 10    Folder 16

Mars Inc. v. Curtiss Candy Company – court brief and argument, circa 1972

Box 11    Folder 1

McClellan v. Friberg – opinion and order, 1975

Box 11    Folder 2

McDonald’s -- McSleep/Quality Inns – court opinion, 1988

Box 11    Folder 3

Mitre – memorandum regarding the Public Defender’s office, circa 1968

Box 11    Folder 4

Nevenka Mulc – correspondence, affidavit, and exhibits regarding Yugoslav customs, 1988

Box 11    Folder 5

National Science Foundation – assorted evaluations and related correspondence, circa 1972-1978

Box 11    Folder 6

National Science Foundation – comparative study of legal ordering proposal and evaluation, 1973

Box 11    Folder 7

National Science Foundation – death penalty beliefs proposal evaluation, 1984

Box 11    Folder 8

National Science Foundation – ethics proposal and evaluation, 1975-1976

Box 11    Folder 9

National Science Foundation – general correspondence, 1969-1973

Box 11    Folder 10

National Science Foundation – Grofman proposal and evaluation, 1974-1975

Box 11    Folder 11

National Science Foundation – homicide memoranda, data, and coding sheets, 1978

Box 11    Folder 12

National Science Foundation – interactional models for jury decisions proposal and evaluation, 1973

Box 11    Folder 13

National Science Foundation – judicial decision-making proposal, evaluation, and article reprints, 1963

Box 11    Folder 14

National Science Foundation – juror selection proposal and evaluation, 1973

Box 11    Folder 15

National Science Foundation – jurors’ perceptions proposal and evaluation, 1976

Box 12    Folder 1

National Science Foundation – jury econometrics proposal and evaluation, 1978

Box 12    Folder 2

National Science Foundation – jury size proposal and evaluation, 1982

Box 12    Folder 3

National Science Foundation – law and social science research proposal and evaluation, 1971

Box 12    Folder 4

National Science Foundation – legal methods for combating inflation proposal and evaluation, 1970

Box 12    Folder 5

National Science Foundation – pretrial delay proposal and evaluation, 1976

Box 12    Folder 6

National Science Foundation – probate system proposal, evaluation, and correspondence, 1969-1970

Box 12    Folder 7

National Science Foundation – program announcements and report related to municipal systems, 1973

Box 12    Folder 8

National Science Foundation – programs, grant lists, and reports related to social science grants and law school conference, 1963-1972

Box 12    Folder 9

National Science Foundation – Social Indicators/Gordon proposal and evaluation, 1978

Box 12    Folder 10

National Science Foundation – Social Indicators/Lambert proposal, 1975-1976

Box 12    Folder 11

National Science Foundation – systems analytic study of Detroit’s criminal justice system proposal and evaluation, 1970

Box 12    Folder 12

National Science Foundation – videotaped trial – articles, proposal, and evaluation, 1976-1983

Box 12    Folder 13

Norfolk and Western Railway – correspondence and court transcript, 1981

Box 12    Folder 14

Norfolk and Western Railway – correspondence and court transcript, 1981

Box 12    Folder 15

Ohaus scales – questionnaires and photographs, 1980-1981

Box 12    Folder 16

Oil of Life – court documents, 1978-1979

Box 13    Folder 1

Optical Radiation – correspondence and court documents, 1984-1985

Box 13    Folder 2

Pharmacists – surveys, 1983

Box 13    Folder 3

Pizza Rolls – court documents, 1980-1983

Box 13    Folder 4

Police Foundation – correspondence, 1976-1977

Box 13    Folder 5

Pratt & Whitney – report, circa 1961

Box 13    Folder 6

Producer’s Cottage Cheese – consumer confusion study, 1988

Box 13    Folder 7

Quaker Oats Company – Federal Trade Commission hearing transcript, 1962

Box 13    Folder 8

Revson v. Max Factor – affidavits, court documents and transcript, 1977

Box 13    Folder 9

Royal Crown – correspondence, reports, and data, 1986-1991

Box 13    Folder 10

Rubik’s Cube – affidavits and other court documents, 1981-1983

Box 13    Folder 11

Jessica Savitch survey data, circa 1983

Box 13    Folder 12

Secondary meaning research and notes, circa 1989

Box 13    Folder 13

Sterling Drug Inc. – Federal Trade Commission decision and order, 1981

Box 13    Folder 14

Synchronics trial consultants – correspondence and promotional materials, 1989

Box 13    Folder 15

Textron – notes, undated

Box 13    Folder 16

Trademark research, 1969-1990

Box 13    Folder 17

Unidentified consulting documents, circa 1982-1992

Box 13    Folder 18

United States v. Lee Linton – Zeisel affidavit, 1981

Box 13    Folder 19

United States v. Randy Thomas Lanier – court documents related to change of venue, 1988

Box 14    Folder 1

United States v. Russo and Ellsberg – affidavit regarding motion for mistrial, 1972

Box 14    Folder 2

United States v. Victor Manuel Gerena – court documents related to change of venue, 1986

Box 14    Folder 3

United States v. Victor Manuel Gerena – court documents related to change of venue, 1986

Box 14    Folder 4

United States v. Victor Manuel Gerena – court documents related to change of venue, 1986

Box 14    Folder 5

United Steelworkers – court documents, 1977

Box 14    Folder 6

Universitat Konstanz conference documents, 1983-1984 (German)

Box 14    Folder 7

Washington Public Power Supply System – affidavit of Dr. Peter W. Sperlich, 1984

Box 14    Folder 8

Washington Public Power Supply System – affidavit of Donald E. Vinson, 1984

Box 14    Folder 9

Washington Public Power Supply System – correspondence and court documents, 1986-1987

Box 14    Folder 10

Washington Public Power Supply System – “Economic Impacts and Public Perceptions: A Report on WPPSS’s Nuclear Construction Projects,” by Kenneth D. Walters and William C. Erxleben, 1983

Box 15    Folder 1

Washington Public Power Supply System – mock voir dire transcript, 1984

Box 15    Folder 2

West Point – report on honor system survey, 1974

Box 15    Folder 3

Wickersham – decision and transcripts, 1982-1983

Box 15    Folder 4

Wickersham – decision and transcripts, 1982-1983

Box 15    Folder 5

Wickersham – decision and transcripts, 1982-1983

Box 15    Folder 6

Zeisel affidavit regarding passport race categories, 1945

Box 15    Folder 7

Zeisel manuscript evaluations, circa 1976-1986

Series IV: Teaching

This series includes course materials from Zeisel’s time as a law professor at the University of Chicago Law School. Files include syllabi, exams, and reading materials related to his various courses on social science research in the law and capital punishment.

Box 16    Folder 1

Capital punishment course materials, 1969

Box 16    Folder 2

David Kaye – Arizona State University College of Law final examinations, 1979-1981

Box 16    Folder 3

Law school calendar, 1988

Box 16    Folder 4

Lecture and assignment notes, undated

Box 16    Folder 5

Research methodology seminar materials, 1953-1967

Box 16    Folder 6

Social science research course materials, circa 1970s/1980s

Box 16    Folder 7

Statistics and the law – syllabus and assignments, 1975

Box 16    Folder 8

Workshop on empirical research in the law – correspondence, memoranda, and articles, 1967-1969

Series V: Research

This series is divided into five subseries: Juries; Death Penalty; Other Legal Research; Social Sciences and Statistical Research; and General Research Files. Each subseries is arranged alphabetically, by topic. The first two subseries relate to the two primary areas of Zeisel’s legal research, as demonstrated by his involvement in the University of Chicago Law School’s Jury Project and his consultant work on capital punishment cases. The files in these subseries include articles, memoranda, notes, and other documents gathered in the course of Zeisel’s scholarly research on these subjects. Documents relating to his studies of jury behavior and citizens’ views of the death penalty are located in the relevant subseries of Series VI: Projects and Studies. Subseries Three and Four concern broader areas of Zeisel’s academic focus and contain articles, correspondence, memoranda, and notes. Subseries Four: Social Science and Statistical Research includes files related to Zeisel’s proposed, but never published, book of statistical detective stories, designed to bolster student interest in statistics through mystery stories. Subseries Five includes files that run the breadth of Zeisel’s personal interests, including literature, science, and political conditions in Europe and Russia.

Subseries 1: Juries

Box 16    Folder 9

Civil juries – article drafts and reprints, reports, circa 1958-1992

Box 16    Folder 10

Complex cases – reports and articles, 1982-1984

Box 16    Folder 11

Criminal juries – article drafts and reprints, 1985-1991

Box 16    Folder 12

Discrimination – Castaneda, Sheriff v. Partida – court decision, 1977

Box 16    Folder 13

Free press – correspondence and memorandum, 1980, 1984

Box 17    Folder 1

General jury research – articles, memorandum, correspondence, and press clippings, circa 1980-1991

Box 17    Folder 2

Juror selection – Northern District of California – “General Order No. 6,” – plan for random selection of jurors, 1983

Box 17    Folder 3

Juror selection – regression analysis memo, 1983

Box 17    Folder 4

Jury size – article, reports, court opinion, 1970-1989

Box 17    Folder 5

Jury trials abroad – reports and notes, circa 1950s/1960s

Box 17    Folder 6

Jury trials abroad – reports and notes, circa 1950s/1960s

Box 17    Folder 7

Jury waivers – book reports, memoranda, and notes, circa 1953-1967

Box 17    Folder 8

Reading lists, 1976-1977

Box 17    Folder 9

Michael Saks – articles and book reviews, 1975-1987

Box 17    Folder 10

Workman’s compensation – book reports and memorandum, 1953, 1967

Subseries 2: Death Penalty

Box 17    Folder 11

Amnesty International – correspondence, report, and press clippings, 1980-1989

Box 17    Folder 12

Court documents – opinions, deposition transcripts, and post-trial brief, circa 1963-1992

Box 17    Folder 13

Death penalty abroad – reports, notes, and press clippings, circa 1950-1988

Box 18    Folder 1

Death row – advocacy groups’ bulletin and reports, 1984-1987

Box 18    Folder 2

Deterrence – articles and correspondence regarding David P. Phillips’s work, 1979-1981

Box 18    Folder 3

Deterrence – articles and notes, 1977-1986

Box 18    Folder 4

Isaac Ehrlich – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1970-1987

Box 18    Folder 5

Isaac Ehrlich – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1970-1987

Box 18    Folder 6

Errors – newspaper photocopies, circa 1980-1984

Box 18    Folder 7

Gallup poll – survey, correspondence, and data, 1980-1985

Box 18    Folder 8

General death penalty research – article drafts and reprints, 1959-1991

Box 18    Folder 9

General death penalty research – article drafts and reprints, 1959-1991

Box 18    Folder 10

General death penalty research – notes and press clippings, circa 1953-1985 (photocopies)

Box 19    Folder 1

Jury instructions – article and court documents, 1983-1991

Box 19    Folder 2

Literature – essays and poetry, circa 1957-1989 (photocopies)

Box 19    Folder 3

Memoranda and data tables, undated

Box 19    Folder 4

Public opinion – article drafts and reprints, data, and press clippings, circa 1977-1984

Box 19    Folder 5

Racial bias – statistics and press clipping, undated

Box 19    Folder 6

“Social Science Research and the Death Penalty in America: An Interim Report,” Russell Sage Foundation, 1973

Box 19    Folder 7

Texas Judicial Council Capital Murder Study, 1976

Subseries 3: Other Legal Research

Box 19    Folder 8

Bail – articles and notes, 1973-1981

Box 19    Folder 9

Charles Black – article reprints and poems, circa 1983-1987

Box 19    Folder 10

Constitution – article drafts and reprints, 1986-1987

Box 19    Folder 11

Crime charging – charging standards and article, 1974-1975

Box 19    Folder 12

Crime charging – charging standards and article, 1974-1975

Box 19    Folder 13

Crime reports – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1963-1985

Box 19    Folder 14

Crime reports – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1963-1985

Box 20    Folder 1

Deceptive advertising – court decisions and articles, circa 1967-1984

Box 20    Folder 2

Deceptive advertising – court decisions and articles, circa 1967-1984

Box 20    Folder 3

Deceptive advertising – court decisions and articles, circa 1967-1984

Box 20    Folder 4

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 20    Folder 5

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 20    Folder 6

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 20    Folder 7

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 21    Folder 1

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 21    Folder 2

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 21    Folder 3

Deterrence – articles, press clippings, and notes, 1952-1990

Box 21    Folder 4

Dismissal rates – correspondence and notes, 1978-1979

Box 21    Folder 5

Domestic violence – correspondence and Department of Justice bulletins, 1986-1989

Box 21    Folder 6

Drug monitoring – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1989-1990

Box 21    Folder 7

Expert witnesses -- articles, circa 1986

Box 21    Folder 8

Expunction – articles, press clipping, and notes, 1971-1987

Box 21    Folder 9

Eyewitness testimony – articles, circa 1970s

Box 21    Folder 10

Fact and law – court opinions and notes, 1979-1986

Box 22    Folder 1

General legal research notes, undated

Box 22    Folder 2

General press clippings, circa 1953-1986 (photocopies)

Box 22    Folder 3

Inequality – notes, undated

Box 22    Folder 4

Insanity and crime – reports and notes, 1982-1983

Box 22    Folder 5

Judicial decisions – articles and notes, 1956-1984

Box 22    Folder 6

Judicial decisions – articles and notes, 1956-1984

Box 22    Folder 7

Justice and morality – articles and correspondence, circa 1959-1987

Box 22    Folder 8

David Kaye – article reprints and correspondence, 1979-1985

Box 22    Folder 9

David Kaye – article reprints and correspondence, 1979-1985

Box 22    Folder 10

Legal articles – drafts and photocopies, 1968-1992

Box 22    Folder 11

Legal articles – drafts and photocopies, 1968-1992

Box 23   Folder 1

Legal articles – reprints, 1952-1991

Box 23   Folder 2

Legal articles – reprints, 1952-1991

Box 23   Folder 3

Legal newsletters, 1968-1988

Box 23   Folder 4

Miranda – articles and correspondence, 1954-1967

Box 23   Folder 5

Missouri Bar – Prentice-Hall survey report, circa 1960s

Box 23   Folder 6

Natural law – book reviews, speech, and notes, 1954-1988

Box 23   Folder 7

Obscenity – articles, reports, project proposal, and notes, 1952-1957

Box 23   Folder 8

Obscenity – articles, reports, project proposal, and notes, 1952-1957

Box 23   Folder 9

Obscenity – articles, reports, project proposal, and notes, 1952-1957

Box 24   Folder 1

Parole – reports, articles, and correspondence, 1957-1979

Box 24   Folder 2

Plea bargaining – articles, 1976-1983

Box 24   Folder 3

Police – articles and reports, 1972-1983

Box 24   Folder 4

Pornography – Cass R. Sunstein statement before the Department of Justice and article reprint, 1984, 1991

Box 24   Folder 5

“Positivism” in Criminology – memorandum, undated

Box 24   Folder 6

Precedent – Case and Comment issues and clippings, circa 1955-1956

Box 24   Folder 7

Pretrial detention – correspondence, articles and reports related to Vera Institute of Justice study, 1970-1971

Box 24   Folder 8

Pretrial detention – research and documents related to Zeisel Senate subcommittee testimony, 1969-1973

Box 24   Folder 9

Pretrial detention – research and documents related to Zeisel Senate subcommittee testimony, 1969-1973

Box 25    Folder 1

Pretrial detention – research and documents related to Zeisel Senate subcommittee testimony, 1969-1973

Box 25    Folder 2

Prison statistics – memorandum (German) and notes, circa 1960s/1970s

Box 25    Folder 3

Prosecutorial discretion – memorandum and article, 1959, 1987

Box 25    Folder 4

Racial discrimination – articles and court decisions, 1953-1982

Box 25    Folder 5

Reading lists, 1952-1958

Box 25    Folder 6

Reading lists, 1952-1958

Box 25    Folder 7

Reading lists, 1952-1958

Box 25    Folder 8

Reading lists, 1959-1964

Box 25    Folder 9

Reading lists, 1974-1984

Box 25    Folder 10

Reading lists, 1974-1984

Box 26    Folder 1

Reading lists, 1974-1984

Box 26    Folder 2

Reading lists, 1988-1991

Box 26    Folder 3

Reading notes, undated

Box 26    Folder 4

William Rehnquist – court opinions and press clippings, 1968, 1985-1987

Box 26    Folder 5

Responsibility – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1952-1965

Box 26    Folder 6

Responsibility – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1952-1965

Box 26    Folder 7

Responsibility – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1952-1965

Box 26    Folder 8

Responsibility – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1952-1965

Box 27    Folder 1

Sentencing – articles and correspondence, 1965-1983

Box 27    Folder 2

Sentencing – articles and correspondence, 1965-1983

Box 27    Folder 3

Sex offenses – notes and newspaper photocopy, circa 1991

Box 27    Folder 4

Social sciences and the law – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1967-1990

Box 27    Folder 5

Social sciences and the law – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1967-1990

Box 27    Folder 6

Social sciences and the law – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1967-1990

Box 27    Folder 7

Social sciences and the law – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1967-1990

Box 27    Folder 8

Sociology of law – articles and notes, circa 1949-1963

Box 28    Folder 1

Sociology of law – articles and notes, circa 1949-1963

Box 28    Folder 2

Sociology of law – articles and notes, circa 1949-1963

Box 28    Folder 3

Louis B. Sohn, “Role of International Law and International Institutions as Conflict-Adjusting Agencies,” draft, 1960

Box 28    Folder 4

Louis B. Sohn, “Role of International Law and International Institutions as Conflict-Adjusting Agencies,” draft, 1960

Box 28    Folder 5

Transitional Aid Research Project (TARP) – articles and correspondence, 1976-1981

Box 28    Folder 6

Tribune crime debate – report, article draft and reprints, 1986-1988

Box 28    Folder 7

Victims – article and reports, circa 1975-1981

Box 28    Folder 8

Victim surveys – Law Enforcement Assistance Administration – correspondence, reports, and surveys, 1972-1977

Box 28    Folder 9

Victim surveys – Law Enforcement Assistance Administration – correspondence, reports, and surveys, 1972-1977

Box 29    Folder 1

Victim surveys – Law Enforcement Assistance Administration – correspondence, reports, and surveys, 1972-1977

Box 29    Folder 2

Videotape in court – articles, bibliography, and newspaper photocopies, 1972-1980

Box 29    Folder 3

Wealth or poverty – “Annotation on: Counsel’s Appeal in a Civil Case to Wealth or Poverty of Litigants as Ground for Mistrial, New Trial, or Reversal,” American Law Reports, 1953

Box 29    Folder 4

Jack B. Weinstein – articles concerning equality and the law, 1979-1982

Box 29    Folder 5

Franklin E. Zimring – draft legal articles, 1982-1983

Subseries 4: Social Science and Statistical Research

Box 29    Folder 6

Bayes’ Theorem – articles and Forensic Science Society documents, 1983-1988

Box 29    Folder 7

Gary S. Becker, The Economic Approach to Human Behavior – chapters 1 and 4, 1976

Box 29    Folder 8

Case studies – summaries, court opinions, and notes, circa 1956-1980

Box 29    Folder 9

Causation – articles and correspondence, 1963, 1983

Box 29    Folder 10

Ronald H. Coase – articles and correspondence, circa 1978-1986

Box 30    Folder 1

Consumer Price Index – Department of Labor reports, 1978-1991

Box 30    Folder 2

Controlled experiments – articles and notes, circa 1957-1991

Box 30    Folder 3

Correlation – articles and law school admission bulletins, circa 1964-1981

Box 30    Folder 4

Counting and condensing data – articles, court opinions, and notes, circa 1977-1991

Box 30    Folder 5

Crime statistics – articles, correspondence, and memoranda, 1970-1989

Box 30    Folder 6

Employment discrimination – articles and court decision, 1980-1986

Box 30    Folder 7

Employment discrimination – articles and court decision, 1980-1986

Box 30    Folder 8

Employment discrimination – articles and court decision, 1980-1986

Box 30    Folder 9

David A. Freedman – articles on the census, modeling, and statistics, 1985-1991

Box 31    Folder 1

General social science research – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1966-1991

Box 31    Folder 2

General social science research – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1966-1991

Box 31    Folder 3

General statistics research – articles, reports, and course documents, 1966-1989

Box 31    Folder 4

General statistics research – articles, reports, and course documents, 1966-1989

Box 31    Folder 5

Graphs – articles, correspondence, Zeisel lecture, notes, circa 1979-1987

Box 31    Folder 6

Graphs – articles, correspondence, Zeisel lecture, notes, circa 1979-1987

Box 31    Folder 7

Graphs – articles, correspondence, Zeisel lecture, notes, circa 1979-1987

Box 31    Folder 8

David Kaye – articles on probability, 1979-1987

Box 32   Folder 1

Legal experiment methodology – articles and notes, 1956-1988

Box 32   Folder 2

Legal experiment methodology – articles and notes, 1956-1988

Box 32   Folder 3

Legal experiments – progress reports and assessment, undated

Box 32   Folder 4

Legal probability sampling – articles, sampling plans, and notes, circa 1957-1985

Box 32   Folder 5

Motivation – articles and notes, undated

Box 32   Folder 6

Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann – articles and correspondence, 1978-1984

Box 32   Folder 7

Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann – proposal and report regarding legal surveys, 1988

Box 32   Folder 8

Nomographs – tables and market research reports, circa 1969

Box 33    Folder 1

Obscenity – community standard surveys and reports, circa 1987

Box 33    Folder 2

David Phillips – articles and correspondence, 1982-1986

Box 33    Folder 3

Philosophy – articles and notes, 1949-1959

Box 33    Folder 4

Polygraph tests – articles and reading lists, 1973-1984

Box 33    Folder 5

Poverty – correspondence, articles, and press clippings, 1968-1985

Box 33    Folder 6

Probability – articles and notes, circa 1961-1990

Box 33    Folder 7

Probability – articles and notes, circa 1961-1990

Box 33    Folder 8

“Proceedings of the American Association for Public Opinion Research,” – conference summaries, 1950, 1954

Box 33    Folder 9

Psychoanalysis – articles, memorandum, and notes, circa 1958-1980

Box 33    Folder 10

Questionnaires – articles, correspondence, and sample questionnaires, 1954-1980

Box 33    Folder 11

Racial discrimination and statistics – articles, reports, correspondence, and notes, 1946-1983

Box 34    Folder 1

Racial discrimination and statistics – articles, reports, correspondence, and notes, 1946-1983

Box 34    Folder 2

Racial discrimination and statistics – textbook supplement and court decision, 1986, 1989

Box 34    Folder 3

Randomized response – articles and notes, circa 1971-1987

Box 34    Folder 4

Reading lists, circa 1957-1982

Box 34    Folder 5

Sampling designs – articles and instructions, circa 1976-1980

Box 34    Folder 6

Sampling error – articles and graphs, circa 1969-1983

Box 34    Folder 7

Sampling general research – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1960-1990

Box 34    Folder 8

Sampling general research – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1960-1990

Box 34    Folder 9

Sampling general research – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1960-1990

Box 35    Folder 1

Sampling general research – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1960-1990

Box 35    Folder 2

Sampling nonresponse – articles, memoranda, and notes, circa 1978-1991

Box 35    Folder 3

Sampling in U.S. government agencies – report and court opinions, 1970

Box 35    Folder 4

Sex discrimination – articles and notes, circa 1977-1981

Box 35    Folder 5

Statistical Detective – articles and correspondence, 1972-1977

Box 35    Folder 6

Statistical Detective binder – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1976

Box 35    Folder 7

Statistical Detective binder – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1976

Box 35    Folder 8

Statistical Detective binder – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1976

Box 35    Folder 9

Statistical Detective binder – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1976

Box 36    Folder 1

Statistical Detective binder – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1976

Box 36    Folder 2

Statistical Detective binder – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1964-1976

Box 36    Folder 3

Statistics as evidence – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1947-1987

Box 36    Folder 4

Statistics as evidence – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1947-1987

Box 36    Folder 5

Statistics as evidence – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1947-1987

Box 36    Folder 6

Statistics as evidence – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1947-1987

Box 36    Folder 7

Statistics as evidence – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1947-1987

Box 37    Folder 1

Survey evidence – articles, court opinions, and notes, circa 1961-1990

Box 37    Folder 2

Survey evidence – articles, court opinions, and notes, circa 1961-1990

Box 37    Folder 3

Survey evidence – articles, court opinions, and notes, circa 1961-1990

Box 37    Folder 4

Surveys – articles and notes, circa 1960s/1970s

Box 37    Folder 5

Theory – articles and notes, circa 1957-1982

Box 37    Folder 6

Amos Tversky – articles and correspondence, 1985-1990

Subseries 5: General Research Files

Box 37    Folder 7

American Newspaper Publishers Association – report on convention proceedings, 1976

Box 37    Folder 8

Anti-Semitism and Nazism – articles, correspondence, and report, 1981-1991

Box 38    Folder 1

Austria – articles and correspondence, 1968-1989

Box 38    Folder 2

Austria – Ludwig Radermacher – picture book (photocopy) and descriptions of Austrian destinations, circa 1929

Box 38    Folder 3

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists – related articles, 1967, 1982

Box 38    Folder 4

Subrahmanya Chandrasekhar – articles and correspondence, circa 1984-1991

Box 38    Folder 5

German articles and clippings, circa 1980-1989

Box 38    Folder 6

German coding sheets, article, and notes (Hamburg), circa 1973

Box 38    Folder 7

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – articles, correspondence, and poems, circa 1948-1983

Box 38    Folder 8

Marion Harper Jr. – correspondence, notes, and clippings regarding memorial lecture and Harper’s legacy, 1962-1990

Box 38    Folder 9

Industrial design – correspondence and journal copies, 1990-1991

Box 38    Folder 10

Ruth and Elihu Katz – articles and correspondence, 1973-1991

Box 38    Folder 11

Paul F. Lazarsfeld Lecture – correspondence and programming documents, 1949-1991

Box 38    Folder 12

Nathan Leites, “Aspects of Michelangelo,” – typescript copy, circa 1986

Box 38    Folder 13

Literature – articles, correspondence, and notes, circa 1954-1985

Box 39    Folder 1

Konrad Lorenz – articles by Lorenz, 1955-1973 (German)

Box 39    Folder 2

Konrad Lorenz – articles on Lorenz and ethology, circa 1956-1987 (German)

Box 39    Folder 3

Konrad Lorenz – articles on Lorenz and ethology, circa 1956-1987 (German)

Box 39    Folder 4

Konrad Lorenz – correspondence and notes, 1960-1989

Box 39    Folder 5

Konrad Lorenz – correspondence and notes, 1960-1989

Box 39    Folder 6

Marxism – articles, notes, and clippings, circa 1948-1979

Box 39    Folder 7

Marxism – articles, notes, and clippings, circa 1948-1979

Box 39    Folder 8

Marxism – articles, notes, and clippings, circa 1948-1979

Box 40    Folder 1

Mathematical games – article and tangram puzzles, circa 1974

Box 40    Folder 2

Miscellaneous clippings, 1952-1991

Box 40    Folder 3

Miscellaneous files – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1970-1991

Box 40    Folder 4

Miscellaneous files – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1970-1991

Box 40    Folder 5

Morality and Ethics – articles and correspondence, 1984-1987

Box 40    Folder 6

Victor Neiderhoffer – article and company brochure, 1987

Box 40    Folder 7

Oedipus Rex – articles and notes, circa 1966

Box 40    Folder 8

Organ transplants – correspondence, pamphlets, and notes, 1989

Box 40    Folder 9

Philosophy – article, correspondence, and notes, circa 1981-1989

Box 40    Folder 10

Poetry – photocopies of poems and related cartoon, undated

Box 40    Folder 11

Karl Polanyi – articles, conference documents, and newsletters, 1981-1990

Box 40    Folder 12

Karl Polanyi – articles, conference documents, and newsletters, 1981-1990

Box 41    Folder 1

Karl Polanyi – correspondence and notes, circa 1981-1991

Box 41    Folder 2

Reading lists, 1957-1966

Box 41    Folder 3

The Red Cross – articles, reports, and correspondence, 1943-1988

Box 41    Folder 4

The Red Cross – articles, reports, and correspondence, 1943-1988

Box 41    Folder 5

The Red Cross – S.Z. Kantor – report and correspondence, 1943-1960

Box 41    Folder 6

Religion in America – Gallup report and Princeton newsletters, 1985, 1987

Box 41    Folder 7

Science articles, circa 1969-1976

Box 41    Folder 8

Socialism – articles, correspondence, and clippings, circa 1960-1991

Box 41    Folder 9

Socialism – articles, correspondence, and clippings, circa 1960-1991

Box 41    Folder 10

The Soviet Union – articles, 1984, 1986

Box 41    Folder 11

Leo Szilard – articles, correspondence, clippings, and drawing, circa 1960-1991

Box 41    Folder 12

Unanswered research – correspondence and clippings, 1985-1990

Series VI: Projects and Studies

This series contains documents related to Zeisel’s many projects related to social science and the law. The bulk of the series concerns the University of Chicago Law School’s Jury Project that was led primarily by Harry Kalven Jr., and Hans Zeisel. It is divided into five subseries: General Jury Project; Criminal Jury Project; Civil Jury Project; Death Penalty Projects; and Other Projects. Each subseries is arranged alphabetically, by topic.

The General Jury Project subseries includes documents such as proposals, reports, questionnaires, and research that relate to the Jury Project as a whole. In particular, it contains correspondence, memoranda, and testimony pertaining to the jury recordings scandal of 1955; the project’s recording of jury deliberations (with the consent of the court) in Wichita, Kansas became public and resulted in hearings before the United States Senate’s Internal Security Sub-Committee. Dean Edward H. Levi testified before the committee under subpoena, but the Committee did not ultimately penalize the Law School or its faculty. Subseries One also includes questionnaire responses from numerous national embassies concerning jury procedures in their countries, as well as files related to the debate over the shrinking size of federal juries in the 1970s and 1980s, a subject on which Zeisel testified before the United States Senate as an expert.

The second and third subseries contain documents related to juries in criminal trials and civil trials, respectively. Subseries Two primarily includes interview forms and resulting summaries from studies of criminal juries in Cook County and New Jersey. Subseries Three includes court transcripts, interview forms, summaries, and coding sheets from studies of civil juries in Cook County, New Jersey, and Minnesota, in addition to studies of split trials, wherein civil trials are divided between sessions that determine fault and those that determine damages.

Subseries Four: Death Penalty contains surveys from a study of jurors’ views on the death penalty and life imprisonment without parole, as well as correspondence, memoranda, and court transcripts from cases involving capital punishment.

Subseries Five: Other Projects contains documents from studies on arbitration, taxation policy, automobile accidents, and court delay, among others. Such documents generally include correspondence, project reports and memoranda, and questionnaires.

Subseries 1: General Jury Project

Box 41    Folder 13

Blue ribbon juries – memoranda and notes, circa 1953-1956

Box 42    Folder 1

Blue ribbon juries – memoranda and notes, circa 1953-1956

Box 42    Folder 2

Dale Broeder – articles – reprints, 1965-1966

Box 42    Folder 3

Dale Broeder – articles – typescript drafts, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 42    Folder 4

Dale Broeder – “Bauer v. Hill Trucking Company,” – typescript draft, 1957

Box 42    Folder 5

Dale Broeder – “Bauer v. Hill Trucking Company,” – typescript draft, 1957

Box 42    Folder 6

Dale Broeder – case reports and memoranda, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 42    Folder 7

Dale Broeder – “A Series of Cross-Case Essays on Jury Behavior,” – typescript draft, 1957

Box 42    Folder 8

Dale Broeder – “A Series of Cross-Case Essays on Jury Behavior,” – typescript draft, 1957

Box 43    Folder 1

Dale Broeder – untitled typescript draft chapters, circa 1950s-1960s

Box 43    Folder 2

Burden survey – correspondence, questionnaires, and research, 1953-1971

Box 43    Folder 3

Burden survey – correspondence, questionnaires, and research, 1953-1971

Box 43    Folder 4

Change of venue/publicity – correspondence, articles, and clippings, 1953-1981

Box 43    Folder 5

Change of venue/publicity – correspondence, articles, and clippings, 1953-1981

Box 43    Folder 6

Complex cases – correspondence, articles, and notes, 1979-1986

Box 43    Folder 7

Complex cases – data on jury composition, undated

Box 43    Folder 8

Credibility – memorandum and article, 1957, 1959

Box 43    Folder 9

Debate – article, memorandum, and notes, circa 1950s

Box 43    Folder 10

Decision making – articles, reports, and notes, circa 1953-1957

Box 44    Folder 1

Discrimination – Zeisel affidavit regarding female jurors in DuPage County, 1977

Box 44    Folder 2

Earlier jury studies – article reprints and typescript drafts, 1925-1956

Box 44    Folder 3

Econometric model – “A Model of the Jury Decision Process,” by Alvin K. Klevorick and Michael Rothschild, 1978

Box 44    Folder 4

Experimental jury – Conway v. International Drug Co./Precision Appliance Corp. – questionnaires, memorandum, and trial script, 1955

Box 44    Folder 5

Experimental jury – Doyle v. Miller – questionnaires, memorandum, and trial scripts, 1954-1956

Box 44    Folder 6

Experimental jury – Doyle v. Miller – questionnaires, memorandum, and trial scripts, 1954-1956

Box 44    Folder 7

Experimental jury – Haynes v. Keeley – questionnaires, 1971

Box 44    Folder 8

Experimental jury – Haynes v. Keeley – trial scripts, 1971

Box 44    Folder 9

Experimental jury – Keeley v. Haynes – trial scripts, 1956

Box 45    Folder 1

Experimental jury – The People v. Martin Graham – trial script and questionnaires, 1955

Box 45    Folder 2

Federal service – juror qualification questionnaire, undated

Box 45    Folder 3

Films – Trial by Jury summary, 1948

Box 45    Folder 4

First Ballot Study – questionnaires, data, and coding sheets, 1954-1955

Box 45    Folder 5

Five out of six verdicts – correspondence, court document, and clipping, 1981-1982

Box 45    Folder 6

Ford Foundation – correspondence, 1954-1956

Box 45    Folder 7

Abe Fortas – notes by Harry Kalven Jr., 1969

Box 45    Folder 8

General correspondence, 1955-1961

Box 45    Folder 9

General jury research – articles and court opinions, 1964-1991

Box 45    Folder 10

Bernard Grofman – typescript draft and reprint articles concerning jury decision-making, 1974-1975

Box 45    Folder 11

Guide to the Jury Project Papers and related memoranda, 1976-1977

Box 45    Folder 12

History of the American jury – reports and book notes, undated

Box 45    Folder 13

History of the American jury – untitled typescript draft by Robert Poole, undated

Box 46    Folder 1

History of the English jury – book notes and untitled typescript draft, undated

Box 46    Folder 2

Hung juries – articles, questionnaires, and clippings, 1952-1983

Box 46    Folder 3

Hung juries – articles, questionnaires, and clippings, 1952-1983

Box 46    Folder 4

Hung juries – articles, questionnaires, and clippings, 1952-1983

Box 46    Folder 5

The Judge’s Opinion of the Jury – questionnaires, undated

Box 46    Folder 6

The Judge’s Opinion of the Jury – questionnaires, undated

Box 46    Folder 7

Judges’ reports on yearly number of trials, undated

Box 46    Folder 8

Juries abroad – articles and clippings, 1955-1970

Box 46    Folder 9

Juries abroad – Austria – correspondence, memoranda, and clippings, 1955-1968

Box 46    Folder 10

Juries abroad – Britain – correspondence and reports from the Cropwood Round-table Conference on the Jury System, 1973-1974

Box 46    Folder 11

Juries abroad – Britain – correspondence and reports from the Cropwood Round-table Conference on the Jury System, 1973-1974

Box 47    Folder 1

Juries abroad – Britain – correspondence, article reprint, and notes from the University of Birmingham study, 1979-1980

Box 47    Folder 2

Juries abroad – Britain – general correspondence, reports, and charts, 1955-1980

Box 47    Folder 3

Juries abroad – Britain – general correspondence, reports, and charts, 1955-1980

Box 47    Folder 4

Juries abroad – Britain – majority verdicts – London Times clippings, correspondence, and notes, 1953-1972

Box 47    Folder 5

Juries abroad – Britain – unanimous verdicts – correspondence and notes, 1970-1974

Box 47    Folder 6

Juries abroad – correspondence with embassies, questionnaires, and notes, 1953-1970

Box 47    Folder 7

Juries abroad – correspondence with embassies, questionnaires, and notes, 1953-1970

Box 47    Folder 8

Juries abroad – correspondence with embassies, questionnaires, and notes, 1953-1970

Box 47    Folder 9

Juries abroad – Denmark – correspondence, 1957-1963

Box 47    Folder 10

Juries abroad – Germany – memorandum, questionnaire, notes, and maps, 1954-1970

Box 47    Folder 11

Juries abroad – India – correspondence, 1954-1970

Box 47    Folder 12

Juries abroad – Japan – memorandum, article reprint, and notes, 1961-1970

Box 47    Folder 13

Juries abroad – Norway – correspondence and article, 1953, 1961

Box 47    Folder 14

Juries abroad – Scotland – correspondence and article, 1972, 1976

Box 48    Folder 1

Juries abroad – Soviet Union – correspondence, clipping, and notes, 1967-1970

Box 48    Folder 2

Juries abroad – Sweden – articles and notes, circa 1962-1975

Box 48    Folder 3

Juries abroad – Sweden – questionnaire and report, 1969-1974

Box 48    Folder 4

Juries abroad – Switzerland – correspondence and reports, 1956-1970 (German)

Box 48    Folder 5

Juries abroad – Yugoslavia – questionnaires, circa 1969

Box 48    Folder 6

Juror attitudes – questionnaires and article, circa 1975

Box 48    Folder 7

Juror costs – reports, clippings, and notes, 1952-1957

Box 48    Folder 8

Juror costs – reports, clippings, and notes, 1952-1957

Box 48    Folder 9

Juror costs – reports, clippings, and notes, 1952-1957

Box 48    Folder 10

Juror interviews – memoranda, report, and notes, 1934-1957

Box 48    Folder 11

Juror Interview Schedules – questionnaires and interview forms, 1957

Box 48    Folder 12

Juror Interview Schedules – questionnaires and interview forms, 1957

Box 48    Folder 13

Juror manuals, circa 1938-1959

Box 49    Folder 1

Juror manuals, circa 1938-1959

Box 49    Folder 2

Juror memoirs – articles, essays, and correspondence, 1954-1963

Box 49    Folder 3

Juror memoirs – articles, essays, and correspondence, 1954-1963

Box 49    Folder 4

Juror qualification questionnaires, 1979-1981

Box 49    Folder 5

Juror questionnaires, 1957

Box 49    Folder 6

Juror questionnaires, 1957

Box 49    Folder 7

Jurors’ fees – article reprints and clippings, 1955-1960

Box 49    Folder 8

Juror utilization – correspondence and project report, 1975

Box 49    Folder 9

Jury Classification System – outline, 1953

Box 49    Folder 10

Jury codes in state constitutions, undated

Box 50    Folder 1

Jury composition – press release, 1976

Box 50    Folder 2

Jury deliberations – article reprints, clippings, and notes, 1956-1976

Box 50    Folder 3

Jury diagrams, undated

Box 50    Folder 4

Jury in fiction – notes, undated

Box 50    Folder 5

Jury foreperson – Zeisel testimony transcript and articles, circa 1981

Box 50    Folder 6

Jury instructions comprehension – correspondence, article reprint, and report, 1978-1982

Box 50    Folder 7

Jury instructions – Illinois – commentary, circa 1960

Box 50    Folder 8

Jury instructions – Illinois – commentary, circa 1960

Box 50    Folder 9

Jury instructions – Illinois – correspondence, speech, and jury instructions, circa 1960

Box 50    Folder 10

Jury instructions – Minnesota – memoranda, coding sheets, and data tables, 1957-1959

Box 50    Folder 11

Jury instructions – Minnesota – memoranda, coding sheets, and data tables, 1957-1959

Box 50    Folder 12

“The Jury in Nineteenth Century America,” by Robert Poole, undated

Box 51    Folder 1

Jury Project memoranda, 1952-1959

Box 51    Folder 2

Jury Project memoranda, 1952-1959

Box 51    Folder 3

Jury Project memoranda, 1952-1959

Box 51    Folder 4

Jury Project memoranda, 1952-1959

Box 51    Folder 5

Jury Project memoranda – binder, 1952-1953

Box 51    Folder 6

Jury Project memoranda – binder, 1952-1953

Box 51    Folder 7

Jury Project speeches – K. N. Llewellyn and Judge Clark, 1956

Box 51    Folder 8

Jury Project speeches – “Report on the Jury Project of the University of Chicago Law School” by Harry Kalven Jr. – reprints, 1955-1957

Box 52    Folder 1

Jury Project speeches – “Report on the Jury Project of the University of Chicago Law School” by Harry Kalven Jr. – typescript drafts, 1955

Box 52    Folder 2

Jury Project speeches – “Report on the Jury Project of the University of Chicago Law School” by Harry Kalven Jr. – typescript drafts, 1955

Box 52    Folder 3

Jury Project speeches – “Report on the Jury Project of the University of Chicago Law School” by Harry Kalven Jr. – typescript drafts, 1955

Box 52    Folder 4

Jury Project study outlines, circa 1954

Box 52    Folder 5

Jury recordings – American Psychological Association – correspondence and article, 1955-1956

Box 52    Folder 6

Jury recordings – Herbert Brownell, Jr. – correspondence and speech, 1955

Box 52    Folder 7

Jury recordings – Warren E. Burger – correspondence and speech, 1955

Box 52    Folder 8

Jury recordings – clippings and proposed laws, 1956

Box 52    Folder 9

Jury recordings – correspondence, 1953-1959

Box 52    Folder 10

Jury recordings – correspondence, 1953-1959

Box 52    Folder 11

Jury recordings – Glenn W. Ferguson, “Legal Research on Trial,” in the Journal of the American Judicature Society, 1955

Box 53    Folder 1

Jury recordings – Judge Delmas C. Hill – correspondence regarding disposition of jury materials, 1955-1975

Box 53    Folder 2

Jury recordings – House and Senate committee reports, 1956

Box 53    Folder 3

Jury recordings – Paul Kitsch – correspondence, 1955-1956

Box 53    Folder 4

Jury recordings – memoranda, 1955-1956

Box 53    Folder 5

Jury recordings – memoranda, 1955-1956

Box 53    Folder 6

Jury recordings – notecards related to project’s correspondence and memoranda, 1953-1955

Box 53    Folder 7

Jury recordings – Warren Olney III – correspondence, 1955

Box 53    Folder 8

Jury recordings – Press release to the Los Angeles Times, 1955

Box 53    Folder 9

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – correspondence, reports, and questionnaires, 1952-1956

Box 53    Folder 10

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – correspondence, reports, and questionnaires, 1952-1956

Box 53    Folder 11

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – correspondence, reports, and questionnaires, 1952-1956

Box 53    Folder 12

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – hearing transcripts – Levi and Kalven testimony, 1955

Box 54    Folder 1

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – hearing transcripts – Levi and Kalven testimony, 1955

Box 54    Folder 2

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – memoranda, statements, and testimony, 1955

Box 54    Folder 3

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – memoranda, statements, and testimony, 1955

Box 54    Folder 4

Jury recordings – Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee – subpoena for Dean Edward H. Levi, 1955

Box 54    Folder 5

Jury recordings – statements of progress and support by Harry Kalven Jr., N. K. Llewellyn, Albert J. Harno, and other prominent legal figures, 1955

Box 54    Folder 6

Jury recordings – survey, reports, and article, 1955-1957

Box 54    Folder 7

Jury size – American Bar Association Project – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1971-1990

Box 54    Folder 8

Jury size – American Bar Association Project – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1971-1990

Box 54    Folder 9

Jury size – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1955-1980

Box 54    Folder 10

Jury size – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1955-1980

Box 54    Folder 11

Jury size – mini-trials – correspondence and concept paper, 1988

Box 55    Folder 1

Jury size – public choice – articles and notes, circa 1970s

Box 55    Folder 2

Jury size – smaller than six – correspondence and clipping, 1983-1984

Box 55    Folder 3

Jury size – Herbert Solomon, “Jury Size and Jury Verdicts,” in Communication in Statistics – typescript draft and reprints, 1983

Box 55    Folder 4

Jury size – states – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1972-1990

Box 55    Folder 5

Jury size – states – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1972-1990

Box 55    Folder 6

“Jury trial and Public Trial Requirement,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 55    Folder 7

Jury waiver – questionnaires, memoranda, data, and notes, 1954-1957

Box 55    Folder 8

Harry Kalven Jr. – “The Jury in Auto Cases: Invitation to Research,” Virginia Law Weekly, 1956

Box 55    Folder 9

The Lawyer’s Opinion of the Jury – questionnaires, undated

Box 55    Folder 10

The Lawyer’s Opinion of the Jury – questionnaires, undated

Box 55    Folder 11

The Lawyer’s Opinion of the Jury – questionnaires, undated

Box 55    Folder 12

Length of trial – correspondence, memoranda, and data, 1956-1957

Box 56    Folder 1

Los Angeles County Trial Court Survey – correspondence and questionnaires, 1954-1960

Box 56    Folder 2

Management – reprint and typescript draft guides to jury management and correspondence, 1970-1980

Box 56    Folder 3

Management – reprint and typescript draft guides to jury management and correspondence, 1970-1980

Box 56    Folder 4

Bernard D. Meltzer, “A Projected Study of the Jury as a Working Institution,” – reprints, 1953

Box 56    Folder 5

Mock trial – jury screening form, clipping, and notes, circa 1987-1992

Box 56    Folder 6

National Science Foundation – voir dire project correspondence, budgets, and bills, 1970-1973

Box 56    Folder 7

National Science Foundation – voir dire project grant application, 1972

Box 56    Folder 8

New Jersey Juror Interview Project – questionnaires, correspondence, and memoranda, 1957-1958

Box 56    Folder 9

New Jersey Juror Interview Project – questionnaires, correspondence, and memoranda, 1957-1958

Box 56    Folder 10

Note-taking – correspondence and notes, 1958-1974

Box 56    Folder 11

Peremptory challenges – articles and correspondence, 1978-1990

Box 56    Folder 12

Personality tests – questionnaire and coding sheets, undated

Box 56    Folder 13

Post-trial interrogations – “Report to the Committee on Operation of the Jury System,” from the Sub-committee on Post-trial Interrogation of Jurors and correspondence – photocopies, 1972

Box 57    Folder 1

Pre-trial conferences – articles and reports, 1956-1978

Box 57    Folder 2

Pre-trial conferences – articles and reports, 1956-1978

Box 57    Folder 3

Public opinion surveys, undated

Box 57    Folder 4

Questions by jury – Center for Jury Studies Newsletter, 1981

Box 57    Folder 5

The representative jury – research materials, circa 1950s

Box 57    Folder 6

The representative jury – research materials, circa 1950s

Box 57    Folder 7

Research binder – legal studies of the jury, circa 1954

Box 57    Folder 8

Research binder – legal studies of the jury, circa 1954

Box 58    Folder 1

Right to counsel – cases and legal research course reference material, 1949-1954

Box 58    Folder 2

Right to counsel – cases and legal research course reference material, 1949-1954

Box 58    Folder 3

“Right to a Jury in Federal Courts,” by Robert Hamilton, undated

Box 58    Folder 4

Right to a trial by jury – reports, typescript article drafts, and notes, circa 1953-1954

Box 58    Folder 5

Right to a trial by jury – reports, typescript article drafts, and notes, circa 1953-1954

Box 58    Folder 6

Right to a trial by jury – reports, typescript article drafts, and notes, circa 1953-1954

Box 58    Folder 7

Right to a trial by jury – reports, typescript article drafts, and notes, circa 1953-1954

Box 58    Folder 8

Right to a trial by jury – reports, typescript article drafts, and notes, circa 1953-1954

Box 59    Folder 1

Second Circuit conference talk, undated

Box 59    Folder 2

“The Selection of Jurors,” by Daniel Feldman, undated

Box 59    Folder 3

Selection – Boston – “The Venire of Jurors and Grand Jurors in Boston, Massachusetts for the Year 1963,” report by Zeisel, 1965

Box 59    Folder 4

Selection – Chicago – questionnaire data, reports, and notes, circa 1977

Box 59    Folder 5

Selection – Chicago – questionnaire data, reports, and notes, circa 1977

Box 59    Folder 6

Selection – correspondence and memorandum regarding legal requirements, 1956-1971

Box 59    Folder 7

Selection – general research – correspondence, articles and clippings, 1956-1990

Box 59    Folder 8

Selection – Faye Girsh Goldberg, “Jury Selection,” – typescript draft chapter in the Manual for Federal Defenders, 1977

Box 59    Folder 9

Selection – Illinois – reports, circa 1975

Box 60    Folder 1

Selection – juror questionnaires, 1953-1954

Box 60    Folder 2

Selection – New York – qualification form and memoranda, 1955

Box 60    Folder 3

Selection – source lists – article and typescript draft, 1977, 1980

Box 60    Folder 4

Selection – surveys and report, 1982

Box 60    Folder 5

Selection – surveys, selection guides, and notes, 1981-1990

Box 60    Folder 6

Service – correspondence, articles, data, and notes, 1953-1976

Box 60    Folder 7

Service – correspondence, articles, data, and notes, 1953-1976

Box 60    Folder 8

Shadow jurors – Survey Center correspondence, juror agreement, and notes, circa 1988

Box 60    Folder 9

Six-man jury – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1971-1976

Box 60    Folder 10

Six-man jury – articles, correspondence, and reports, 1971-1976

Box 60    Folder 11

Six-man jury – House Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice – statements and Zeisel testimony, 1974

Box 60    Folder 12

Six-man jury – Senate Subcommittee on Improvements in Judicial Machinery – correspondence and bill, 1973-1974

Box 60    Folder 13

Six-man jury – Zeisel articles and memorandum, 1982-1982

Box 61    Folder 1

Struck jury – correspondence and articles, 1976

Box 61    Folder 2

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume I, 1956

Box 61    Folder 3

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume II, 1956

Box 61    Folder 4

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume III, 1956

Box 61    Folder 5

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume IV, 1956

Box 61    Folder 6

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume V, 1956

Box 61    Folder 7

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume VI, 1956

Box 61    Folder 8

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume VII, 1956

Box 61    Folder 9

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume VIII, 1956

Box 61    Folder 10

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume IX, 1956

Box 62    Folder 1

Swygert cases – Broeder memoranda and typescript drafts – Volume X, 1956

Box 62    Folder 2

Swygert cases – notes and catalogue of Broeder memoranda, 1956

Box 62    Folder 3

Swygert cases – Volume XI – “Voir Dire Examinations,” – typescript drafts, 1956

Box 62    Folder 4

Televised trial – correspondence, 1978

Box 62    Folder 5

Tenney advisory group luncheon – correspondence and questionnaires, 1957

Box 62    Folder 6

Tenth Judicial Circuit Annual Conference – transcript of proceedings and statement, circa 1955-1956

Box 62    Folder 7

Total number of jurors – correspondence and memorandum, 1955

Box 62    Folder 8

Unanimous verdicts – correspondence and questionnaire, 1982

Box 62    Folder 9

Unidentified notes, undated

Box 62    Folder 10

Voir dire – anonymous jury – United States v. Barnes – correspondence and court documents, 1978

Box 62    Folder 11

Voir dire – correspondence, articles, and clippings, 1956-1980

Box 62    Folder 12

Voir dire – “Jury Selection for the Harrisburg Conspiracy Trial” by the Harrisburg Research Collective, undated

Box 63    Folder 1

Voir dire – sources – article reprints, 1965-1974

Box 63    Folder 2

Voir dire – sources – typescript draft and article photocopies and clippings, circa 1965-1975

Box 63    Folder 3

Voir dire – sources – typescript draft and article photocopies and clippings, circa 1965-1975

Box 63    Folder 4

Voir dire – Zeisel affidavits and correspondence, 1974-1978

Subseries 2: Criminal Jury Project

Box 63    Folder 5

Anonymity – correspondence, court document, and clippings, 1979-1984

Box 63    Folder 6

Attitudes toward defendant – report on juries’ sympathy and net leniency, undated

Box 63    Folder 7

Continuities in research – article and memoranda, circa 1976

Box 63    Folder 8

Cook County – jury demand – 50/50 chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1955-1957

Box 63    Folder 9

Cook County – jury demand – 50/50 chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1955-1957

Box 63    Folder 10

Cook County – jury demand – 50/50 chance of lighter penalty – counsels’ interview forms, 1956

Box 63    Folder 11

Cook County – jury demand – coded interview forms, circa 1954-1957

Box 63    Folder 12

Cook County – jury demand – good chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, circa 1956

Box 64    Folder 1

Cook County – jury demand – poor chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1956-1957

Box 64    Folder 2

Cook County – jury demand – poor chance of lighter penalty – counsels’ interview forms, 1954-1957

Box 64    Folder 3

Cook County – jury demand – poor chance of lighter penalty – counsels’ interview forms, 1954-1957

Box 64    Folder 4

Cook County – jury demand – sample correspondence and interview forms, 1957

Box 64    Folder 5

Cook County – jury waiver – 50/50 chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1956-1957

Box 64    Folder 6

Cook County – jury waiver – 50/50 chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1956-1957

Box 64    Folder 7

Cook County – jury waiver – 50/50 chance of a lighter penalty – counsels’ interview forms, 1954-1957

Box 64    Folder 8

Cook County – jury waiver – coded interview forms, circa 1954-1957

Box 64    Folder 9

Cook County – jury waiver – good chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1955-1957

Box 65    Folder 1

Cook County – jury waiver – good chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1955-1957

Box 65    Folder 2

Cook County – jury waiver – good chance of a lighter penalty – counsels’ interview forms, 1957

Box 65    Folder 3

Cook County – jury waiver – poor chance of acquittal – counsels’ interview forms, 1957

Box 65    Folder 4

Cook County – jury waiver – poor chance of a lighter – counsels’ interview forms, 1957

Box 65    Folder 5

Criminal record – Zeisel memorandum, correspondence, and court document, circa 1967

Box 65    Folder 6

Grand jury – challenges – court documents, 1966

Box 65    Folder 7

Grand jury – foreperson – court opinion regarding discrimination in foreperson selection, 1981

Box 65    Folder 8

Grand jury – general research – correspondence, articles, and notes, 1953-1979

Box 65    Folder 9

Grand jury – New York – correspondence and articles, 1953-1977

Box 65    Folder 10

Grand jury – petit jury comparison – data tables and notes, undated

Box 65    Folder 11

Improper evidence – correspondence, law review article, and survey documents, circa 1983-1984

Box 65    Folder 12

Jury sentencing – article and memoranda, circa 1960s

Box 65    Folder 13

Jury sentencing – notes by state, undated

Box 66    Folder 1

Jury waivers – counsels’ interview forms and questionnaires, circa 1954-1957

Box 66    Folder 2

Jury waivers – counsels’ interview forms and questionnaires, circa 1954-1957

Box 66    Folder 3

Jury waivers – counsels’ interview transcripts, 1954

Box 66    Folder 4

Jury waivers – memoranda and notes, 1953-1957

Box 66    Folder 5

Jury waivers – memoranda and notes, 1953-1957

Box 66    Folder 6

Joseph B. Kadane, “Juries Hearing Death Penalty Cases: Statistical Analysis of a Legal Procedure,” – technical report, photocopy, 1982

Box 66    Folder 7

John H. Langbein, “Mixed Court and Jury Court: Evaluating the Continental Alternative by American standards,” – typescript draft article, 1980

Box 66    Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – data tables and sample summary forms, circa 1956-1960

Box 66    Folder 9

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Accuna – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 67    Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Alexander and Williams – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 67    Folder 2

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Baldwin – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 67    Folder 3

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Carey – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 67    Folder 4

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Carter – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 67    Folder 5

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Cobb and Porcher – interview forms, summary, memorandum, and notes, 1958

Box 67    Folder 6

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Colon – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 67    Folder 7

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Connor – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 67    Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Dixon – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 68    Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Duffy – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 68    Folder 2

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Dumas – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 68    Folder 3

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Fields – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 68    Folder 4

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Foster, McClean, and Green – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 68    Folder 5

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Gallagher – interview forms, summary, and notes, circa 1956-1960

Box 68    Folder 6

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Govan, Govan, and Sherman – interview forms and summary, 1956

Box 68    Folder 7

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Green – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 68    Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Green and Ongue – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 68    Folder 9

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Green and Ongue – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 69    Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Ho-Cutt – interview forms, summary, and notes, 1958

Box 69    Folder 2

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Hunter, Walker, Jackson, Howell, and Tomlinson – interview forms, summary, and memorandum, 1958

Box 69    Folder 3

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Hynes – interview forms and summary, 1958

Box 69    Folder 4

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Irving – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 69    Folder 5

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Jacobs – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 69    Folder 6

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Jacobs – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 69    Folder 7

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Johnson – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 69    Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Johnson – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 69    Folder 9

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. King – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 70    Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Land – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 70    Folder 2

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Lloyd – interview forms and code sheets, 1960

Box 70    Folder 3

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Lloyd – interview forms and code sheets, 1960

Box 70    Folder 4

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Marrone and Casole – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 70    Folder 5

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Marrone and Casole – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 70    Folder 6

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. McCloud – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 70    Folder 7

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. McDonough – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 70    Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Kenneth and Robert Murray – interview forms, summary, and notes, circa 1956-1960

Box 71    Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Nixon and Maxwell – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 71    Folder 2

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Nixon and Maxwell – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 71    Folder 3

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Peres – interview forms, summary, and notes, 1959

Box 71    Folder 4

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Pyatt – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 71    Folder 5

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Pyatt – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 71    Folder 6

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Riccardi, Walsh, and Heerwagen – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 71    Folder 7

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Richards – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 71    Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Rizzo – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 71    Folder 9

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Rizzo – interview forms, summary, notes, and clippings, 1958

Box 72   Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Rizzo – interview forms, summary, notes, and clippings, 1958

Box 72   Folder 2

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Roselli – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 72   Folder 3

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Russ – interview forms, 1959

Box 72   Folder 4

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Selph, Jones, and Sheppert – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 72   Folder 5

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Selph, Jones, and Sheppert – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 72   Folder 6

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Steiner – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 72   Folder 7

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Sveda – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 72   Folder 8

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Wanamaker – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 72   Folder 9

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Wanamaker – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 72   Folder 10

New Jersey juror interviews – State v. Williams – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 73    Folder 1

New Jersey juror interviews – questionnaires from assorted cases, 1958-1960

Box 73    Folder 2

“No Harmless Error; an Experiment,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 73    Folder 3

Questionnaires and interview forms, circa 1950s

Box 73    Folder 4

Sequestration – “Should Juries be Sequestered?” – typescript draft and notes, circa 1960s

Box 73    Folder 5

Verdict expectations – questionnaires and memorandum, circa 1950s

Box 73    Folder 6

Voir dire – Canada – articles, 1984-1985

Subseries 3: Civil Jury Project

Box 73    Folder 7

Automobile negligence – juror interview forms, 1960

Box 73    Folder 8

Building and repairs – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 73    Folder 9

Case description tables, undated

Box 73    Folder 10

Case questionnaires and coding sheets, 1964

Box 74    Folder 1

Civil Jury Tables, Volume I – tables and notes, undated

Box 74    Folder 2

Codebooks – Basic I – lists, undated

Box 74    Folder 3

Codebooks – Basic II – lists, notes, and questionnaires, undated

Box 74    Folder 4

Codebooks – coding sheets, memoranda, and notes, circa 1960-1968

Box 74    Folder 5

Codebooks – Damages – lists and notes, undated

Box 74    Folder 6

Coding guides, undated

Box 74    Folder 7

Coding guides, undated

Box 74    Folder 8

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code eight, undated

Box 75    Folder 1

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code four, undated

Box 75    Folder 2

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code four, undated

Box 75    Folder 3

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code nine, undated

Box 75    Folder 4

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code seven, undated

Box 75    Folder 5

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code three, undated

Box 75    Folder 6

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code three, undated

Box 75    Folder 7

Coding sheets – sample one, verdict code zero, undated

Box 75    Folder 8

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code eight, undated

Box 75    Folder 9

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code four, undated

Box 76    Folder 1

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code four, undated

Box 76    Folder 2

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code nine, undated

Box 76    Folder 3

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code seven, undated

Box 76    Folder 4

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code three, undated

Box 76    Folder 5

Coding sheets – sample two, verdict code zero, undated

Box 76    Folder 6

Complex cases – articles and notes, 1979-1980

Box 76    Folder 7

Computer Basic data decks and notes, 1969

Box 76    Folder 8

Consumer sales – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 76    Folder 9

Consumer sales – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 76    Folder 10

Contract – questionnaires and notes, circa 1954-1955

Box 76    Folder 11

Contract – questionnaires and notes, circa 1954-1955

Box 77    Folder 1

Contributory negligence – typescript notes and charts, circa 1967

Box 77    Folder 2

Cook County Jury Verdict Reporter – trial summaries, 1964-1968

Box 77    Folder 3

Cook County Jury Verdict Reporter – trial summaries, 1964-1968

Box 77    Folder 4

Cook County Jury Verdict Reporter – trial summaries, 1964-1968

Box 77    Folder 5

Cook County Jury Verdict Reporter – trial lawyers’ indices and reports, 1964-1968

Box 77    Folder 6

Cook County – Klooster v. Chicago Surface Lines – trial record for appellate court, 1946

Box 77    Folder 7

Cook County – Klooster v. Chicago Surface Lines – trial record for appellate court, 1946

Box 77    Folder 8

Cook County – Klooster v. Chicago Surface Lines – trial record for appellate court, 1946

Box 78    Folder 1

Cook County – Mustin v. Hinze – trial record for appellate court, 1953

Box 78    Folder 2

Cook County – Mustin v. Hinze – trial record for appellate court, 1953

Box 78    Folder 3

Cook County – Mustin v. Hinze – trial record for appellate court, 1953

Box 78    Folder 4

Correspondence, 1961-1988

Box 78    Folder 5

Correspondence and notes regarding Civil Jury Project funds, 1980

Box 78    Folder 6

Damages – correspondence, reports, and clippings, 1954-1967

Box 78    Folder 7

Damages – disagreements – memoranda and notes, 1965-1967

Box 78    Folder 8

Damages – punitive – sample juror questionnaires, undated

Box 78    Folder 9

Shari Seidman Diamond – correspondence and articles regarding civil juries and methodology, circa 1991

Box 78    Folder 10

Dog bite – juror interview forms, 1959

Box 78    Folder 11

Dog bite – juror interview forms, 1959

Box 79    Folder 1

Employment – questionnaires and notes, 1953-1957

Box 79    Folder 2

Employment commission – questionnaires and notes, 1953-1956

Box 79    Folder 3

“The Extent of the Civil Jury,” – typescript drafts and memorandum, circa 1963

Box 79    Folder 4

Family – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 79    Folder 5

Fraud – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 79    Folder 6

Gallup – unidentified typescript drafts, charts, and notes, undated

Box 79    Folder 7

General research – article reprints and photocopies and newsletters, 1955-1985

Box 79    Folder 8

General research – article reprints and photocopies and newsletters, 1955-1985

Box 79    Folder 9

General research – articles, questionnaires, memos, clippings, and notes, circa 1953-1969

Box 79    Folder 10

General research – articles, questionnaires, memos, clippings, and notes, circa 1953-1969

Box 79    Folder 11

General research – case notes and excerpts from United States legal code, undated

Box 79    Folder 12

Philip J. Hermann, “Predicting Verdicts in Personal Injury Cases,” – typescript report, circa 1960s

Box 80    Folder 1

Hung juries/split verdicts – correspondence, questionnaires, research proposal, and charts, 1979-1982

Box 80    Folder 2

Illinois Constitutional Convention – correspondence and “Jury Trials in Civil Cases?” – typescript draft, 1970

Box 80    Folder 3

Insurance – Iceberg – closing statement survey, 1958

Box 80    Folder 4

Insurance – Iceberg – correspondence, memoranda, and notes, circa 1957-1967

Box 80    Folder 5

Insurance – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1956

Box 80    Folder 6

Insurance binder – questionnaires, reports, and charts, circa 1955

Box 80    Folder 7

Insurance binder – questionnaires, reports, and charts, circa 1955

Box 80    Folder 8

Insurance companies – memoranda and notes regarding cooperation with the jury project, 1953

Box 80    Folder 9

Insurance companies advertising to jurors – correspondence, court documents, and print ads, 1953

Box 80    Folder 10

lists, circa 1970s

Box 80    Folder 11

Issues of law – handwritten notes and lists, undated

Box 81    Folder 1

Judge-jury civil cases – Card I – instructions, questionnaires, and data, undated

Box 81    Folder 2

Judges – questionnaires, report, and notes, circa 1964-1971

Box 81    Folder 3

Jury Project Civil Cases Open Deck and table of contents, 1960

Box 81    Folder 4

Jury requests – handwritten notes, undated

Box 81    Folder 5

Landlord-tenant – questionnaires, memorandum, and notes, 1953-1966

Box 81    Folder 6

Richard Lempert – correspondence and computer data printouts, 1978-1981

Box 81    Folder 7

Limitations on fact finding – unidentified typescript drafts, undated

Box 81    Folder 8

Loan contracts – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 81    Folder 9

Jaro Mayda, “Lawyers’ Fees as an Element of Costs: A Comparative Study,” – typescript draft and related correspondence, 1958

Box 81    Folder 10

Jaro Mayda, “Lawyers’ Fees as an Element of Costs: A Comparative Study,” – typescript draft and related correspondence, 1958

Box 82   Folder 1

Memoranda, 1956-1967

Box 82   Folder 2

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Leslie L. Anderson, 1957

Box 82   Folder 3

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Irving R. Brand, 1957

Box 82   Folder 4

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Paul S. Carroll Jr., 1957

Box 82   Folder 5

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Dillon, 1957

Box 82   Folder 6

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Dillon, 1957

Box 82   Folder 7

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Erickson, 1957

Box 82   Folder 8

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Fossey, 1957

Box 82   Folder 9

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Paul J. Jaroscak, 1957

Box 82   Folder 10

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Theodore B. Knudson, 1957

Box 83    Folder 1

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge D.E. LaBelle, 1957

Box 83    Folder 2

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge D.E. LaBelle, 1957

Box 83    Folder 3

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge William C. Larson, 1957

Box 83    Folder 4

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Earl J. Lyons, 1957

Box 83    Folder 5

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Harold N. Rogers, 1957

Box 83    Folder 6

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge Harold N. Rogers, 1957

Box 83    Folder 7

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge James Underhill, 1957

Box 83    Folder 8

Minnesota court transcripts – Judge John A. Weeks, 1957

Box 84    Folder 1

National Science Foundation grant proposal – NSF reports, project summaries, and correspondence, 1976-1980

Box 84    Folder 2

Negligence – Coleman vs. Public Service – juror interview forms, circa 1960

Box 84    Folder 3

Negligence – “Cross-Tabulation on Imputed Negligence,” – typescript draft (photocopy), 1965

Box 84    Folder 4

Negligence – “Imputed Negligence,” – typescript draft and notes, circa 1968

Box 84    Folder 5

Negligence – Peer v. Thomas and Newark – juror interview forms, circa 1960

Box 84    Folder 6

Negligence – Rappaport v. Nichols – juror interview forms, circa 1960

Box 84    Folder 7

Negligence – Rappaport v. Nichols – juror interview forms, circa 1960

Box 84    Folder 8

Negligence – Saunders v. Melillo – juror interview forms, 1960

Box 85    Folder 1

Negligence – Saunders v. Melillo – juror interview forms, 1960

Box 85    Folder 2

Negotiable instruments – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1956

Box 85    Folder 3

New Jersey Judge Interviews – Connolly v. Fazzi – questionnaire, 1958

Box 85    Folder 4

New Jersey Judge Interviews – Drummond v. Greenberg – questionnaire, 1958

Box 85    Folder 5

New Jersey Judge Interviews – Rubin v. Claremont Diner Inc. – questionnaire, 1958

Box 85    Folder 6

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Brennan v. Consalvo – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 85    Folder 7

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Clark v. Antholz – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 85    Folder 8

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Clark v. Antholz – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 85    Folder 9

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Feinsilver v. Davis – interview forms, 1959

Box 85    Folder 10

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Fishman v. Garcia – interview forms, 1958

Box 86    Folder 1

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Gadsen v. Highsmith – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 86    Folder 2

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Gadsen v. Highsmith – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 86    Folder 3

New Jersey Juror Interviews – ice removal case – interview forms, 1958

Box 86    Folder 4

New Jersey Juror Interviews – ice removal case – interview forms, 1958

Box 86    Folder 5

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Melchiore v. Pensault Co. – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 86    Folder 6

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Melchiore v. Pensault Co. – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 86    Folder 7

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Rose v. Clemente – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 86    Folder 8

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Sheffield v. Daniels – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 87    Folder 1

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Webb v. Fletcher – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 87    Folder 2

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Wiercinski v. Pietrucha – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 87    Folder 3

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Wiercinski v. Pietrucha – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 87    Folder 4

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Williams v. Public Service Transport – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 87    Folder 5

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Williams v. Public Service Transport – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 87    Folder 6

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Williamson v. Stolfi – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 87    Folder 7

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Willis v. Greenbaum – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 87    Folder 8

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Willis v. Greenbaum – interview forms and summary, 1960

Box 88    Folder 1

New Jersey Juror Interviews – Zamelski v. Russakow – interview forms and summary, 1959

Box 88    Folder 2

No cause for action – juror interview forms, circa 1959

Box 88    Folder 3

Notes, circa 1953--1968

Box 88    Folder 4

Notes, circa 1953--1968

Box 88    Folder 5

Notes, circa 1953--1968

Box 88    Folder 6

Precode deck – coding sheets and notes, undated

Box 88    Folder 7

Professional services – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 88    Folder 8

Project data – correspondence, lists of variables, metadata, and notes, circa 1974-1982

Box 88    Folder 9

Project status reports, circa 1980s

Box 89    Folder 1

Questionnaires, circa 1954-1958

Box 89    Folder 2

Questionnaires for Personal Injury Cases, 1956-1959

Box 89    Folder 3

Questionnaires for Personal Injury Cases, 1956-1959

Box 89    Folder 4

Real estate – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 89    Folder 5

Reason coding sheets, undated

Box 89    Folder 6

Reason coding sheets, undated

Box 89    Folder 7

Reason coding sheets, undated

Box 89    Folder 8

Reason coding sheets and correspondence, 1978

Box 89    Folder 9

Reason coding sheets, notes, and computer data printouts, 1973-1974

Box 90    Folder 1

Reason coding sheets, notes, and computer data printouts, 1973-1974

Box 90    Folder 2

Reasons for disagreement – data and notes, undated

Box 90    Folder 3

Research binder – reports, notes, and project data, 1955-1971

Box 90    Folder 4

Research binder – reports, notes, and project data, 1955-1971

Box 90    Folder 5

Research binder – reports, notes, and project data, 1955-1971

Box 90    Folder 6

Research binder – reports, notes, and project data, 1955-1971

Box 90    Folder 7

Sales-buyer – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1955

Box 90    Folder 8

Sales-seller – questionnaires and notes, 1954-1956

Box 90    Folder 9

Settlement – interview forms, memoranda, and notes, circa 1953-1967

Box 91    Folder 1

Settlement – interview forms, memoranda, and notes, circa 1953-1967

Box 91    Folder 2

Shysterism – typescript reports, circa 1967

Box 91    Folder 3

Alice Marie Padawer Singer, Anchor Effects on Mean Judgments and Latitudes of Acceptance under Varying Conditions of Involvement and Discrepancy – Columbia University – dissertation photocopy, 1965

Box 91    Folder 4

Split trials – Bailey v. Goodall – questionnaire, correspondence, data, and notes, 1968

Box 91    Folder 5

Split trials – Barry v. Belt Railway Company of Chicago – questionnaires and data, 1966

Box 91    Folder 6

Split trials – Beckman v. Norton Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 91    Folder 7

Split trials – Bracken v. Varallo – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 91    Folder 8

Split trials – Bustamente v. Indiana Harbor Belt Railway and Carborundum Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1964

Box 91    Folder 9

Split trials – Carpenter v. Illinois Central Railroad Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 91    Folder 10

Split trials – coding sheets, punch cards, and notes, circa 1961-1968

Box 91    Folder 11

Split trials – coding sheets, punch cards, and notes, circa 1961-1968

Box 91    Folder 12

Split trials – Coleman v. Drew – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 91    Folder 13

Split trials – Conroy v. McNamara Motor Express – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1963

Box 91    Folder 14

Split trials – correspondence, memoranda, and articles, 1959-1968

Box 91    Folder 15

Split trials – correspondence, memoranda, and articles, 1959-1968

Box 92   Folder 1

Split trials – correspondence, memoranda, and articles, 1959-1968

Box 92   Folder 2

Split trials – data, charts, and notes, circa 1961-1968

Box 92   Folder 3

Split trials – Demetrion v. Yellow Cab Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1968

Box 92   Folder 4

Split trials – Duke v. Stanford Fields – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 5

Split trials – Dutton v. Kesier – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 92   Folder 6

Split trials – Eady v. Foerder – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 7

Split trials – Gorick v. American Oil Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 92   Folder 8

Split trials – Guercio v. Olson Transportation Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1967

Box 92   Folder 9

Split trials – Halverson v. Campbell Soup Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 92   Folder 10

Split trials – Hockstein v. DiMaso – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1966

Box 92   Folder 11

Split trials – Hurd v. Ford – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 12

Split trials – Irons v. Kelly – questionnaire and data, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 13

Split trials – Jonaitis v. General Motors Acceptance Corp. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 92   Folder 14

Split trials – judges – correspondence, memoranda, instructions, and notes, 1963-1964

Box 92   Folder 15

Split trials – Kavanaugh v. Disney – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 92   Folder 16

Split trials – Keith v. Szkolka – questionnaires and data, 1966

Box 92   Folder 17

Split trials – Kiefel v. Las Vegas Hacienda, Inc. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1967

Box 92   Folder 18

Split trials – Kilian v. Louisville & Nashville Railroad – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 19

Split trials – Kutinac v. Gateway Transportation Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1967

Box 92   Folder 20

Split trials – LaSanka v. Sverdrup – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 21

Split trials – Lovelace v. Miller – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1966

Box 92   Folder 22

Split trials – Lytle v. CTA – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 92   Folder 23

Split trials – McCarthy v. Bracey – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 24

Split trials – Miller v. Revell Oil Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1966

Box 92   Folder 25

Split trials – Moskal v. Kenney – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 92   Folder 26

Split trials – Mulloy v. Chicago & North Western Railway Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1967

Box 92   Folder 27

Split trials – Neusus v. Sponholtz – questionnaires and data, 1965

Box 92   Folder 28

Split trials – O’Malley v. Carl – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1963

Box 92   Folder 29

Split trials – Paschal v. Terminal Transport Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1962

Box 92   Folder 30

Split trials – Perlman v. Hilton of Jamaica, Ltd. – questionnaires, data, and notes, circa 1967

Box 93    Folder 1

Split trials – Phillips v. Wolters – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1964

Box 93    Folder 2

Split trials – Pritzker v. McCormick – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1966

Box 93    Folder 3

Split trials – questionnaires, circa 1961-1968

Box 93    Folder 4

Split trials – Rubin v. Three Sisters Inc. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1967

Box 93    Folder 5

Split trials – Sabau v. Thompson – questionnaires and data, circa 1966

Box 93    Folder 6

Split trials – Schleffendorf v. CTA – questionnaire, data, and notes, circa 1966

Box 93    Folder 7

Split trials – Schroeder v. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. – questionnaire, data, and notes, circa 1967

Box 93    Folder 8

Split trials – Schwandt v. Blendow – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1963

Box 93    Folder 9

Split trials – Sheehan v. Dennis – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 93    Folder 10

Split trials – Spicer v. Central Motor Lines – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 93    Folder 11

Split trials – “Splitting Liability and Damage Issue Saves 20 Per Cent of the Court’s Time,” – summary of address by Zeisel, 1963

Box 93    Folder 12

Split trials – Triffler v. Lawrence Trucking – questionnaires, correspondence, data, and notes, 1967

Box 93    Folder 13

Split trials – unidentified typescript drafts and handwritten notes, circa 1961-1968

Box 93    Folder 14

Split trials – Utterback v. Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 93    Folder 15

Split trials – Van Hoosier v. Scot Lad Foods, Inc. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1967

Box 93    Folder 16

Split trials – Vetter v. Economics Laboratory of Texas Inc. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1965

Box 93    Folder 17

Split trials – Wallner v. Sara Lee – questionnaire, data, and notes, 1968

Box 93    Folder 18

Split trials – Washington v. Air Reduction Sales Co. – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1964

Box 93    Folder 19

Split trials – Williams v. Woodrow Bridges – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1968

Box 93    Folder 20

Split trials – Wilsmann v. Knueppel – questionnaires, data, and notes, 1963

Box 93    Folder 21

Split trials – Wilson v. Pennsylvania Railroad – questionnaires, correspondence, data, and notes, 1965

Box 93    Folder 22

Verdict/Award Expectation – coding sheets and case evaluation forms, circa 1970s

Box 93    Folder 23

Verdict/Award Expectation – correspondence, sample questionnaires, memoranda, and notes, circa 1971-1977

Box 93    Folder 24

Verdict/Award Expectation – data sheets, circa 1970s

Box 94    Folder 1

Verdict/Award Expectation – Expectation of Award in a Civil Case questionnaires, tables, and notes, circa 1970s

Box 94    Folder 2

Verdict/Award Expectation – Expectation of Award in a Civil Case questionnaires, tables, and notes, circa 1970s

Box 94    Folder 3

Verdict/Award Expectation – Trial and Verdict Expectation questionnaires, circa 1970s

Box 94    Folder 4

Verdict/Award Expectation – Trial and Verdict Expectation questionnaires, circa 1970s

Box 94    Folder 5

Workman’s compensation – questionnaires for civil jury trials, 1954-1955

Box 94    Folder 6

Workman’s compensation – questionnaires for personal injury cases, 1954-1959

Subseries 4: Death Penalty Projects

Box 94    Folder 7

Alternative sentences – questionnaire, reports, and notes, 1986-1988

Box 94    Folder 8

Experiment notes, undated

Box 94    Folder 9

Georgia – State v. Crawford – juror questionnaires, circa 1980s

Box 95    Folder 1

Grigsby v. Mabry – court opinion, 1983

Box 95    Folder 2

Juror questionnaires, undated

Box 95    Folder 3

Legal Defense Fund – capital punishment study abstracts and bibliography, 1972

Box 95    Folder 4

Legal Defense Fund – correspondence, memoranda, and court opinion, 1971-1973

Box 95    Folder 5

Legal Defense Fund – correspondence, memoranda, and court opinion, 1971-1973

Box 95    Folder 6

Legal Defense Fund – death row statistics memoranda, 1991

Box 95    Folder 7

Miscellaneous project documents – correspondence, research, survey forms, and notes, circa 1964-1988

Box 95    Folder 8

Oklahoma – State v. Ellis – court transcripts, 1987

Box 96    Folder 1

Oklahoma – State v. Ellis – court transcripts, 1987

Box 96    Folder 2

Oklahoma – State v. Fox and Fowler – court transcripts, 1986

Box 96    Folder 3

Oklahoma – State v. Fox and Fowler – court transcripts, 1986

Box 96    Folder 4

Oklahoma – State v. LaFevers and Cannon – court transcripts, 1986

Box 96    Folder 5

Oklahoma – State v. LaFevers and Cannon – court transcripts, 1986

Box 96    Folder 6

Oklahoma – State v. Moore – court transcripts, 1986

Box 96    Folder 7

Oklahoma – State v. Moore – court transcripts, 1986

Box 97    Folder 1

Oklahoma – State v. Sellers – court transcripts, 1987

Box 97    Folder 2

Oklahoma – State v. Sellers – court transcripts, 1987

Box 97    Folder 3

“Research on the Death Penalty,” binder – draft reports, data, and analysis, 1987

Box 97    Folder 4

“Research on the Death Penalty,” binder – draft reports, data, and analysis, 1987

Box 97    Folder 5

Judge Milton Shadur – correspondence and court documents regarding capital trial, 1991

Box 97    Folder 6

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 003-013, 1989

Box 97    Folder 7

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 014-024, 1989

Box 98    Folder 1

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 025-034, 1989

Box 98    Folder 2

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 035-039, 1989

Box 98    Folder 3

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 261-270, 1989

Box 98    Folder 4

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 271-280, 1989

Box 98    Folder 5

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 281-291, 1989

Box 98    Folder 6

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 292-300, 1989

Box 98    Folder 7

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 301-310, 1989

Box 99    Folder 1

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 311-320, 1989

Box 99    Folder 2

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 321-330, 1989

Box 99    Folder 3

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 331-340, 1989

Box 99    Folder 4

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 341-343, 1989

Box 99    Folder 5

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 600-609, 1989

Box 99    Folder 6

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 610-619, 1989

Box 99    Folder 7

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 620-629, 1989

Box 100    Folder 1

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 630-639, 1989

Box 100    Folder 2

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 640-649, 1989

Box 100    Folder 3

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 650-659, 1989

Box 100    Folder 4

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 660-669, 1989

Box 100    Folder 5

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 670-679, 1989

Box 100    Folder 6

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 680-689, 1989

Box 100    Folder 7

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 690-700, 1989

Box 101    Folder 1

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 701-710, 1989

Box 101    Folder 2

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 711-720, 1989

Box 101    Folder 3

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 721-730, 1989

Box 101    Folder 4

Study of Juror Views on Death Penalty and Life Imprisonment Without Parole – 731-738, 1989

Box 101    Folder 5

Views on death penalty – juror questionnaires, undated

Box 101    Folder 6

Views on death penalty – data tables, undated

Box 101    Folder 7

Voir dire distinguishers – correspondence and memoranda, circa 1985

Box 101    Folder 8

Voting for death penalty – reports, data, and notes, circa 1986

Subseries 5: Other Projects

Box 101    Folder 9

Arbitration Study binder – memorandum, coding sheets, and questionnaires, circa 1954

Box 101    Folder 10

Arbitration Study – project reports and arbitration statements, 1947-1972

Box 101    Folder 11

Arbitration Study – project reports and arbitration statements, 1947-1972

Box 101    Folder 12

Arbitration Study – project reports and arbitration statements, 1947-1972

Box 102    Folder 1

Automobile accidents – causes – study proposals and outlines, circa 1953-1954

Box 102    Folder 2

Automobile accidents – Connecticut – correspondence and registration records, 1953-1954

Box 102    Folder 3

Automobile accidents – correspondence, surveys, memoranda, and notes, 1953-1959

Box 102    Folder 4

Automobile accidents – highway safety and seat belts – correspondence, articles, and research reports, 1985-1986

Box 102    Folder 5

Automobile accidents – proposal for international study of tort law, undated

Box 102    Folder 6

Chotei study (Japan) – lay judges – correspondence and study outline, 1964

Box 102    Folder 7

Court delay – abolishment of the jury – memoranda, circa 1952

Box 102    Folder 8

Court delay – arbitration – report and clippings, circa 1963

Box 102    Folder 9

Court delay – claims consciousness – memorandum, clippings, and notes, 1953-1962

Box 102    Folder 10

Court delay – correspondence, articles, and reports, 1959-1990

Box 102    Folder 11

Court delay – court congestion – reports, correspondence, and data, 1958-1967

Box 102    Folder 12

Court delay – definition and measurement – memoranda and graphs, undated

Box 102    Folder 13

Dunham/Intestate Inheritance Project – correspondence, proposal, questionnaires, and notecards, circa 1961-1970

Box 103    Folder 1

Federal Judicial Center Advisory Committee on Experimentation in the Law – memoranda on methodology, 1978

Box 103    Folder 2

Finder’s Fee Project – correspondence, questionnaire, and clipping, 1954

Box 103    Folder 3

Grant funding guideline booklets, 1990-1991

Box 103    Folder 4

Home Office Research Unit (England) – research program summaries, 1967

Box 103    Folder 5

Impartial medical experts – correspondence, articles, and reports, 1956-1968

Box 103    Folder 6

Impartial medical experts – correspondence, articles, and reports, 1956-1968

Box 103    Folder 7

Judicial bias – personal injury trials – data sheets, undated

Box 103    Folder 8

Legal exhibition/Museum of Justice – death penalty exhibition – drawings, circa 1957-1961

Box 103    Folder 9

Legal exhibition/Museum of Justice – proposals, circa 1950s

Box 103    Folder 10

Legal exhibition/Museum of Justice – tax exhibition – drawings, reports, and clippings, circa 1957-1961

Box 103    Folder 11

Medical malpractice project – correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, 1984-1986

Box 103    Folder 12

Miscellaneous projects – proposals, articles, and notes, 1952-1988

Box 104    Folder 1

Miscellaneous projects – proposals, articles, and notes, 1952-1988

Box 104    Folder 2

Police Foundation experiments – correspondence and reports, 1974-1988

Box 104    Folder 3

Police Foundation experiments – correspondence and reports, 1974-1988

Box 104    Folder 4

Pre-trial Conference Project – correspondence, report, and notes, 1977

Box 104    Folder 5

Sense of Justice – typescript draft reports, questionnaires, and notes, circa 1953-1955

Box 104    Folder 6

Taxation Project binder – memoranda and questionnaires, 1954

Box 104    Folder 7

Taxation Project binder – memoranda and questionnaires, 1954

Box 104    Folder 8

Taxation Project – James S. Henry, “Noncompliance with U.S. Tax Law,” draft of article published in The Tax Lawyer, circa 1983

Box 104    Folder 9

Taxation Project – memoranda and questionnaire, 1954

Box 105    Folder 1

Taxation Project – memoranda and questionnaire, 1954

Box 105    Folder 2

Taxation Project – notecards and interview schedule, circa 1950s

Box 105    Folder 3

Usable research mailing lists, undated

Box 105    Folder 4

Vera Institute of Justice – burglary case summary forms, circa 1970s

Box 105    Folder 5

Vera Institute of Justice – burglary case summary forms, circa 1970s

Box 105    Folder 6

Vera Institute of Justice – coding dictionary and correspondence regarding case tapes, 1974-1976

Box 105    Folder 7

Vera Institute of Justice – photocopy draft chapters regarding felonies, circa 1970s

Box 105    Folder 8

Vision Quest – correspondence and study report, 1979-1983

Series VII: Writings

This series is divided into six subseries: General Writings; Books; Articles; Speeches and Conference Papers; Testimony and Reports; and Criticism. All subseries are arranged chronologically, except for Subseries Two which is arranged alphabetically by book title.

Subseries One contains Zeisel’s bibliographies; drafts of his unpublished memoirs; his newspaper columns and letters to the editor; and other small, unpublished pieces concerning a variety of topics.

Subseries Two contains drafts and research related to several of Zeisel’s books, including the never-published culmination of the University of Chicago’s Civil Jury Project, The American Civil Jury, as well as the posthumously published Prove It With Figures (1997) co-authored with David Kaye.

Subseries Three contains reprints and drafts of Zeisel’s scholarly articles, along with related research and correspondence. This subseries also includes Zeisel’s April 8, 1961 piece in The Saturday Review entitled “Who are the Guilty?” that concerned the trial of former Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann, along with related correspondence and clippings.

Subseries Four contains drafts, notes, and research concerning Zeisel’s many speaking engagements covering a wide range of topics.

Subseries Five contains drafts of Zeisel’s testimony regarding criminal law before government committees as well as related memoranda.

Subseries Six contains book reviews and other criticism authored by Zeisel.

Subseries 1: General Writings

Box 105    Folder 9

The American jury – typescript notes and clippings, circa 1985-1987

Box 105    Folder 10

Bibliographies, 1986-1991

Box 105    Folder 11

“Catherine the Great on Law Making and Public Opinion Research,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 105    Folder 12

Foreword, Judging the Jury by V.P. Hans and N. Vidmar – typescript draft and photocopy, 1986

Box 105    Folder 13

General notes, circa 1967

Box 105    Folder 14

Letters to the editor, 1950-1989

Box 105    Folder 15

“The Other Austria,” – typescript draft and clippings, circa 1987

Box 105    Folder 16

Research proposals, circa 1952-1985

Box 106    Folder 1

Research proposals, circa 1952-1985

Box 106    Folder 2

“Shoah,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 106    Folder 3

Trademark confusion and survey notes, undated

Box 106    Folder 4

Translations – German writings and handwritten notes, circa 1970s

Box 106    Folder 5

“Wagner’s Gotterdammerung from Close Up,” – typescript draft, 1990

Box 106    Folder 6

“Finders-Keepers,” – typescript draft with handwritten comments, undated

Box 106    Folder 7

“A Method for Reducing Auto Theft,” – photocopies, undated

Box 106    Folder 8

“Note on Point Rationing,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 106    Folder 9

“On Comparing the Causes of Death,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 106    Folder 10

“On the Gradual Formation of our Thoughts through Talking,” – typescript draft with handwritten comments, undated

Box 106    Folder 11

“Russia and the United States,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 106    Folder 12

Unidentified drafts, undated

Box 106    Folder 13

Untitled piece on presidential leadership – typescript draft, undated

Box 106    Folder 14

“The Wrong Atomic Target: Not Energy but the Bomb,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 106    Folder 15

Zeisel memoirs – typescript draft sections, undated

Subseries 2: Books

Box 106    Folder 16

The American Civil Jury – fragments of typescript and manuscript drafts, undated

Box 106    Folder 17

The American Civil Jury – Introduction, chapters 1, 3-5, and 8 – typescript drafts, undated

Box 106    Folder 18

The American Civil Jury – Judges and Juries – typescript drafts, undated

Box 106    Folder 19

The American Civil Jury – Negligence – typescript drafts, undated

Box 106    Folder 20

The American Civil Jury – notes, undated

Box 107    Folder 1

The American Civil Jury – notes, undated

Box 107    Folder 2

The American Civil Jury – notes, undated

Box 107    Folder 3

The American Civil Jury – “Regional Variations in Jury Awards,” – typescript draft and notes, circa 1950s/1960s

Box 107    Folder 4

The American Jury – 25th anniversary – typescript draft article and correspondence, 1990-1991

Box 107    Folder 5

The American Jury – “The American Jury: Notes for an English Controversy,” The Roundtable – airmail edition, 1967

Box 107    Folder 6

The American Jury – annotated copy, 1966

Box 107    Folder 7

The American Jury – annotated copy, 1966

Box 107    Folder 8

The American Jury – annotated copy, 1966

Box 107    Folder 9

The American Jury – book jackets, 1966

Box 108    Folder 1

The American Jury – chapters 1 and 4 – typescript draft, circa 1960s

Box 108    Folder 2

The American Jury – chapters 6 and 7 – typescript draft, circa 1960s

Box 108    Folder 3

The American Jury – citations in cases, briefs – correspondence, articles, and court documents, 1967-1971

Box 108    Folder 4

The American Jury – preface to the Phoenix edition – photocopies, 1971

Box 108    Folder 5

The American Jury – “Reconstructed Deliberations: Zirklebaugh et al., v. Decatur Cartage Co., Inc.” – typescript draft, circa 1960s

Box 108    Folder 6

The American Jury – book reviews, 1966-1968

Box 108    Folder 7

The American Jury – book reviews, 1966-1968

Box 108    Folder 8

The American Jury – book reviews, 1966-1968

Box 108    Folder 9

The American Jury – book reviews, circa 1972-1976

Box 109    Folder 1

Delay in the Court – book jacket, 1959

Box 109    Folder 2

Delay in the Court – book reviews, 1959-1961

Box 109    Folder 3

Delay in the Court – book reviews, 1959-1961

Box 109    Folder 4

Delay in the Court – book reviews, 1959-1961

Box 109    Folder 5

Delay in the Court – Chapter 13, “Pre-trial,” – photocopy, 1959

Box 109    Folder 6

Delay in the Court – clippings, 1959-1960

Box 109    Folder 7

Delay in the Court – foreword to the second edition, photocopy, 1978

Box 109    Folder 8

Delay in the Court – notes and correspondence, circa 1956-1958

Box 109    Folder 9

Delay in the Court – related articles, 1959-1969

Box 109    Folder 10

Delay in the Court – related articles, 1959-1969

Box 110    Folder 1

The Limits of Law Enforcement – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1980-1986

Box 110    Folder 2

The Limits of Law Enforcement – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1980-1986

Box 110    Folder 3

The Limits of Law Enforcement – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1980-1986

Box 110    Folder 4

The Limits of Law Enforcement – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1980-1986

Box 110    Folder 5

The Limits of Law Enforcement – book reviews, 1983-1986

Box 110    Folder 6

The Limits of Law Enforcement – clippings, 1976-1985

Box 110    Folder 7

The Limits of Law Enforcement – graphs, undated

Box 111    Folder 1

The Limits of Law Enforcement – juvenile justice reports, 1981

Box 111    Folder 2

The Limits of Law Enforcement – typescript draft table of contents and photocopied excerpts, circa 1983

Box 111    Folder 3

The Limits of Law Enforcement – typescript first draft chapters, 1975

Box 111    Folder 4

The Limits of Law Enforcement – typescript first draft chapters, 1975

Box 111    Folder 5

The Limits of Law Enforcement – typescript first draft chapters, 1975

Box 111    Folder 6

Marienthal – afterword, lecture, and article, 1974-1991

Box 111    Folder 7

Marienthal – research and review articles, 1961-1983

Box 111    Folder 8

Prove It With Figures – book proposal, circa 1980s

Box 111    Folder 9

Prove It With Figures – Introduction and Chapter 1, “The Search for Causes,” – typescript drafts and correspondence, circa 1982-1991

Box 111    Folder 10

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 2, “The Controlled Randomized Experiment,” – typescript draft copies and notes, 1991

Box 112    Folder 1

Prove It With Figures – chapter 2 – early typescript drafts and notes, 1980

Box 112    Folder 2

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 3, “Observational Studies,” – typescript and manuscript draft, 1991

Box 112    Folder 3

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 4, “Triangulation,” – typescript draft copies and related research, circa 1990-1991 (final chapter 5)

Box 112    Folder 4

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 5, “Indices,” – typescript draft, 1991

Box 112    Folder 5

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 7, “Sampling,” – typescript drafts, 1991

Box 112    Folder 6

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 8B/14, “Change of Venue,” – typescript drafts, 1991 (final chapter 9)

Box 112    Folder 7

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 8B/14, “Change of Venue,” – typescript drafts, 1991 (final chapter 9)

Box 112    Folder 8

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 8C, “Trademark Genericness,” – typescript draft, 1991 (final chapter 10)

Box 112    Folder 9

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 8D, “Confusion Surveys,” – typescript draft copies and correspondence, 1991 (final chapter 11)

Box 112    Folder 10

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 13, “Content Analysis,” – typescript draft, articles, and notes, 1968-1991 (final chapter 8)

Box 112    Folder 11

Prove It With Figures – Chapter 13, “The Jury,” – typescript draft with Hille’s proposed corrections, 1991 (final chapter 12)

Box 112    Folder 12

Prove It With Figures – chapter on correlation – typescript drafts, court decisions, and notes, circa 1991

Box 113    Folder 1

Prove It With Figures – Economics – typescript drafts, circa 1987

Box 113    Folder 2

Prove It With Figures – Epidemiological studies – typescript draft section and notes, circa 1991

Box 113    Folder 3

Prove It With Figures – Half-a-loaf experiment – typescript and manuscript drafts and fragments and notes, circa 1978-1991

Box 113    Folder 4

Prove It With Figures – Half-a-loaf experiment – typescript and manuscript drafts and fragments and notes, circa 1978-1991

Box 113    Folder 5

Prove It With Figures – David Kaye – correspondence, curriculum vitae, newsletter, 1987-1991

Box 113    Folder 6

Prove It With Figures – typescript and manuscript notes, circa 1991

Box 113    Folder 7

Prove It With Figures – typescript and manuscript notes, circa 1991

Box 113    Folder 8

Prove It With Figures – Plea Bargaining – typescript drafts, circa 1980s

Box 113    Folder 9

Prove It With Figures – Preponderance – typescript draft section and article, circa 1983-1991

Box 113    Folder 10

Prove It With Figures – Research – age discrimination –correspondence and court opinion, 1980, 1986

Box 114    Folder 1

Prove It With Figures – Research – change of venue – articles, court documents, and notes, circa 1953-1985

Box 114    Folder 2

Prove It With Figures – Research – change of venue – articles, court documents, and notes, circa 1953-1985

Box 114    Folder 3

Prove It With Figures – Research – change of venue – articles, court documents, and notes, circa 1953-1985

Box 114    Folder 4

Prove It With Figures – Research – change of venue – articles, court documents, and notes, circa 1953-1985

Box 114    Folder 5

Prove It With Figures – Research – confusion surveys – articles, surveys, and notes, 1963-1991

Box 114    Folder 6

Prove It With Figures – Research – confusion surveys – articles, surveys, and notes, 1963-1991

Box 114    Folder 7

Prove It With Figures – Research – confusion surveys – articles, surveys, and notes, 1963-1991

Box 114    Folder 8

Prove It With Figures – Research – confusion surveys – articles, surveys, and notes, 1963-1991

Box 115    Folder 1

Prove It With Figures – Research – epidemiological studies – articles and notes, 1974-1988

Box 115    Folder 2

Prove It With Figures – Research – forecasting and prediction – articles and notes, 1979-1985

Box 115    Folder 3

Prove It With Figures – Research – general – articles, circa 1977-1987

Box 115    Folder 4

Prove It With Figures – Research – general – articles, circa 1977-1987

Box 115    Folder 5

Prove It With Figures – Research – genericness – articles, memoranda, and notes, circa 1983-1988

Box 115    Folder 6

Prove It With Figures – Research – genericness – articles, memoranda, and notes, circa 1983-1988

Box 115    Folder 7

Prove It With Figures – Research – Half-a-loaf experiment – articles and correspondence, 1967-1980

Box 115    Folder 8

Prove It With Figures – Research – Half-a-loaf experiment – articles and correspondence, 1967-1980

Box 116    Folder 1

Prove It With Figures – Research – introduction and history – articles and notes, circa 1980s

Box 116    Folder 2

Prove It With Figures – Research – observational studies – articles and notes, circa 1963-1990

Box 116    Folder 3

Prove It With Figures – Research – observational studies – articles and notes, circa 1963-1990

Box 116    Folder 4

Prove It With Figures – Research – race discrimination – articles, 1965-1983,

Box 116    Folder 5

Prove It With Figures – Research – regression – articles and notes, 1978-1990

Box 116    Folder 6

Prove It With Figures – Research – regression – articles and notes, 1978-1990

Box 116    Folder 7

Prove It With Figures – Research – risk analysis – articles, 1983-1989

Box 117    Folder 1

Prove It With Figures – Research – risk analysis – articles, 1983-1989

Box 117    Folder 2

Prove It With Figures – Research – the search for causes – articles and notes, circa 1976-1986

Box 117    Folder 3

Prove It With Figures – Research – the search for causes – articles and notes, circa 1976-1986

Box 117    Folder 4

Prove It With Figures – Research – social science and law – articles, 1985-1988

Box 117    Folder 5

Prove It With Figures – Research – triangulation – court documents, circa 1980s

Box 117    Folder 6

Prove It With Figures – Research – triangulation – court documents, circa 1980s

Box 117    Folder 7

Say It With Figures – book jacket, fourth edition, 1957

Box 117    Folder 8

Say It With Figures – correspondence, 1987-1990

Box 117    Folder 9

Say It With Figures – indices – related articles and chapters, circa 1971-1988

Box 117    Folder 10

Say It With Figures – notes and clippings, 1981-1987

Box 118    Folder 1

Say It With Figures – reviews, 1947-1989

Box 118    Folder 2

Say It With Figures – typescript draft of sixth edition with handwritten comments, 1984

Box 118    Folder 3

Say It With Figures – typescript draft of sixth edition with handwritten comments, 1984

Box 118    Folder 4

Say It With Figures – typescript draft of sixth edition with handwritten comments, 1984

Subseries 3: Articles

Box 118    Folder 5

German articles – reprints, photocopies, and typescript drafts, circa 1931-1985

Box 118    Folder 6

Article reprints, 1943-1960

Box 118    Folder 7

“The Uniqueness of Survey Evidence,” Cornell Law Review – reprints and related teaching materials, 1960

Box 119    Folder 1

“Who are the Guilty?” The Saturday Review – letter to the editor, correspondence, and clippings, 1960-1987

Box 119    Folder 2

“Who are the Guilty?” The Saturday Review – letter to the editor, correspondence, and clippings, 1960-1987

Box 119    Folder 3

Article reprints, 1961-1968

Box 119    Folder 4

“The Castration of Adam,” – typescript draft, correspondence, articles, and clippings, circa 1964-1976

Box 119    Folder 5

“Essential Disclosure in Consumer Credit Contracts,” co-authored with Paul Boschan – typescript draft, 1967

Box 119    Folder 6

“The Law,” The Uses of Sociology, -- article reprints and related article and typescript draft, circa 1967

Box 119    Folder 7

“In Defense of Romeo and Juliet,” – reprints, typescript draft, and notes, 1967-1968

Box 119    Folder 8

“In Defense of Romeo and Juliet,” – research and correspondence, 1954-1989

Box 119    Folder 9

“Dr. Spock and the Case of the Vanishing Women Jurors,” – article reprint and research, 1968-1969

Box 120    Folder 1

Article reprints, 1969

Box 120    Folder 2

“Power and Limits of the Indirect Experiment,” – typescript draft and evaluative commentary, 1969

Box 120    Folder 3

“The Supreme Court of the United States: 1969,” – typescript draft, 1969

Box 120    Folder 4

Article reprints, 1970-1972

Box 120    Folder 5

Article reprints, 1973-1974

Box 120    Folder 6

Article reprints, 1973-1974

Box 120    Folder 7

“The Bail System Revisited,” American Bar Foundation Research Journal – typescript and handwritten draft, and book review, 1973-1977

Box 120    Folder 8

Article reprints, 1976-1977

Box 120    Folder 9

“Once More: Six vs. Twelve-Member Juries,” co-authored with Shari Seidman Diamond – typescript drafts, evaluative commentary, and clippings, 1977-1978

Box 121    Folder 1

Article reprints, 1978-1990

Box 121    Folder 2

“Lawmaking and Public Opinion Research: The President and Patrick Caddell,” American Bar Foundation Research Journal – article reprint and clippings, 1980-1985

Box 121    Folder 3

“Statistics in a Court of Law,” Design, Data, and Analysis, C.L. Mallow, ed. – photocopy, correspondence, and articles, 1980-1986

Box 121    Folder 4

“The Jury” – encyclopedia article -- typescript drafts and correspondence, 1981

Box 121    Folder 5

“Harry Kalven Jr.,” The Law School Record, The University of Chicago, 1983

Box 121    Folder 6

“Jury Behavior,” Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice, co-authored with Shari Diamond – galley proof, 1983

Box 121    Folder 7

“‘Right’ and ‘Wrong’ Court Decisions,” – typescript draft copies, articles, and clippings, circa 1985

Box 121    Folder 8

“Two Decades of No-Nonsense Law Enforcement,” – typescript drafts and notes, 1986

Box 121    Folder 9

“We Tried Stricter Law Enforcement and Failed to Reduce Crime. What Now?” – typescript draft, 1986

Box 121    Folder 10

“The Witherspoon Jurors that Never Were,” – typescript draft fragment, correspondence, and research, 1986

Box 121    Folder 11

“What Makes Appeal Judges Disagree with Each Other?” –typescript drafts, circa 1986

Box 122    Folder 1

“What Makes Appeal Judges Disagree with Each Other?” – court opinions and articles, 1967-1986

Box 122    Folder 2

Market research articles co-authored with David Kaserman and related research – unpublished typescript drafts, 1986-1989

Box 122    Folder 3

“Society, too, must shoulder responsibility for crime,” Chicago Tribune, -- typescript draft, correspondence, and research, 1987

Box 122    Folder 4

Karl Polanyi – articles and symposium documents, circa 1987-1990

Box 122    Folder 5

“Market Definition: Implementing the Department of Justice Merger Guidelines,” The Antitrust Bulletin, co-authored with David L. Kaserman – typescript draft and correspondence, 1989-1991

Box 122    Folder 6

Newspaper columns, 1990

Box 122    Folder 7

“Death and Resurrection of the Spirit of Witherspoon,” – typescript drafts and fragments, circa 1991

Box 122    Folder 8

“Death and Resurrection of the Spirit of Witherspoon,” – typescript drafts and fragments, circa 1991

Box 122    Folder 9

“Death and Resurrection of the Spirit of Witherspoon,” – correspondence, notes, and voir dire summary data, circa 1991-1992

Box 122    Folder 10

“Abortion is Murder,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 122    Folder 11

Article reprints, undated

Box 122    Folder 12

“Blue Ribbon Jury in New York,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 123    Folder 1

“Death Penalty Sentiment in the United States,” co-authored with Alex M. Gallup – typescript draft, undated

Subseries 4: Speeches and Conference Papers

Box 123    Folder 2

Speeches – Paul F. Lazarsfeld/Socialism – typescript draft, correspondence, articles, and notes, 1949-1991

Box 123    Folder 3

Speeches, 1950-1959

Box 123    Folder 4

Speeches, 1961-1964

Box 123    Folder 5

Judicial decisions – convention paper, reports, and articles, 1963-1989

Box 123    Folder 6

Judicial decisions – convention paper, reports, and articles, 1963-1989

Box 123    Folder 7

Speeches, 1965-1968

Box 124    Folder 1

Speeches, 1969-1973

Box 124    Folder 2

Speeches, 1974-1975

Box 124    Folder 3

“The Secret of the San Diego Police and Related Secrets,” – conference paper, correspondence, and notes, 1975-1980

Box 124    Folder 4

Speeches, 1976-1977

Box 124    Folder 5

Speeches – FBI – articles and notes, 1979

Box 124    Folder 6

Speeches, 1979-1984

Box 124    Folder 7

Speeches, 1985-1991

Box 124    Folder 8

Chart/Graph Lecture – correspondence, notes, and clippings, circa 1987-1989

Box 124    Folder 9

Speeches – Rudolph Carnap – articles, correspondence, and notes, 1989-1991

Box 125    Folder 1

Speeches – Rudolph Carnap – Carnap correspondence, photocopies, 1945-1970

Box 125    Folder 2

Speeches – Rudolph Carnap – Carnap correspondence, photocopies, 1945-1970

Box 125    Folder 3

Speeches – Rudolph Carnap – Carnap correspondence, photocopies, 1945-1970

Box 125    Folder 4

“Sehr geehrter Herr Vorsitzender, Meine Damen und Herren,” – typescript draft (photocopy), 1991

Box 125    Folder 5

Speeches, undated

Box 125    Folder 6

Speeches, undated

Box 125    Folder 7

Speeches, undated

Box 126    Folder 1

Speeches, undated

Box 126    Folder 2

Speeches, undated

Subseries 5: Reports and Testimony

Box 126    Folder 3

“Some Insights into the Operation of Criminal Juries,” – typescript draft reports, 1957

Box 126    Folder 4

Court administration – Senate Judiciary Committee – Zeisel testimony and related issue of Congressional Record, 1967

Box 126    Folder 5

Federal jury selection – Senate Subcommittee on Improvements in Judicial Machinery – hearing transcript, 1967

Box 126    Folder 6

Bureau of Standards Report on Pretrial Release – Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution – Zeisel testimony, memoranda, and notes, 1970

Box 126    Folder 7

Bureau of Standards Report on Pretrial Release– Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution – Zeisel testimony, memoranda, and notes, 1970

Box 126    Folder 8

Six-member juries – Zeisel testimony and memorandum, 1974

Box 126    Folder 9

Alabama v. Th. Whisenhant – dictation of Zeisel testimony, 1977

Box 126    Folder 10

Rational Criteria for the Imposition of Capital Punishment – Senate Judiciary Committee – hearing transcripts, 1978

Box 126    Folder 11

“Beyond Law Enforcement,” Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority – typescript draft, correspondence, and newsletter, 1984-1985

Box 126    Folder 12

“A Note on Juries and Tribunals of Judges; Apropos our Recent Round Table Discussion,” memorandum, 1987

Subseries 6: Criticism

Box 126    Folder 13

Book reviews, 1950-1983

Box 127    Folder 1

“Comment on ‘Prevention and Control of Crime and Delinquency’: a report prepared by the Gen-Space Corporation for the Correction Agency of the State of California,” – typescript critique, undated

Box 127    Folder 2

“A Note on Good, Tullock—and Laplace,” – typescript drafts, correspondence, and research, 1984-1985

Box 127    Folder 3

“A Letter Never Sent to James Boyd White,” – typescript drafts, undated

Box 127    Folder 4

“Notes on ‘Changes in the Criminal Behavior of Heroin Addicts,’” – typescript draft, undated

Box 127    Folder 5

“The Tin Drum by Gunther Grass,” – typescript copies, undated

Series VIII: Writings by Others

This series includes typescript drafts of writings authored by Zeisel’s colleagues, as well as related correspondence and research materials. In particular, this series contains drafts of the German poetry anthology that Zeisel engaged translator Max Knight to assemble, along with their correspondence concerning the project. Zeisel sought to encourage the spread of German poetry in the United States, especially among Americans of German ancestry, and felt an anthology that included both German and English versions of popular German poems would help that endeavor. Ultimately, however, the anthology was never published.

Box 127   Folder 6

Donald T. Campbell, “Reforms as Experiments,” – typescript draft, 1968 (photocopy)

Box 127   Folder 7

James S. Coleman, “Autobiographical Sketch: II,” – typescript draft, 1985

Box 127   Folder 8

Shari Seidman Diamond, “Problems of Method in the Empirical Study of Law,” – typescript draft, 1982

Box 127   Folder 9

Ladislas Farago, “Trial for Murder,” – typescript draft, undated

Box 127   Folder 10

German poetry project – correspondence and research, 1987-1990

Box 127   Folder 11

German poetry project – Max Knight – correspondence and draft translations, 1958-1991

Box 127   Folder 12

German poetry project – Max Knight – correspondence and draft translations, 1958-1991

Box 128    Folder 1

German poetry project – Max Knight – correspondence and draft translations, 1958-1991

Box 128    Folder 2

German poetry project – Max Knight – typescript drafts of anthology, 1987

Box 128    Folder 3

German poetry project – Max Knight – typescript drafts of anthology, 1987

Box 128    Folder 4

German poetry project – Max Knight – typescript drafts of anthology, 1987

Box 128    Folder 5

German poetry project – Max Knight – typescript drafts of anthology, 1987

Box 128    Folder 6

German poetry project – Max Knight – typescript drafts of anthology, 1987

Box 128    Folder 7

German poetry project – Louis Macneice, Goethe’s Faust, Parts I and II – annotated copy, 1958

Box 128    Folder 8

Jamie Kalven – A Worthy Tradition – correspondence, speech, and review, 1988

Box 129    Folder 1

David Kaye – articles – typescript drafts and reprints, circa 1985-1986

Box 129    Folder 2

David Kaye, chapters on Bayes’ Rule – typescript drafts, undated

Box 129    Folder 3

David Kaye, chapters on probability, evidence, and jury selection – typescript drafts, circa 1985-1990

Box 129    Folder 4

David Kaye, chapters on probability and jury selection – typescript drafts, 1990

Box 129    Folder 5

David Kaye, Probability and Statistics for Lawyers, chapters 1-7, 13, 14, 16 – typescript drafts, circa 1980

Box 129    Folder 6

David Kaye, Probability and Statistics for Lawyers, chapters 2, 15 – typescript drafts, circa 1980

Box 129    Folder 7

Gary D. LaFree, Barbara F. Reskin, and Christy A. Visher, “Jurors’ Responses to Legal Issues and Victims’ Behavior in Sexual Assault Trials,” – typescript draft and correspondence, 1983-1984 (photocopies)

Series IX: Audiovisual

This series contains cassette tapes, VHS tapes, audio and videotape reels, and photographs. The cassettes and VHS tapes primarily contain recordings related to Zeisel’s role as a litigation consultant for various companies facing lawsuits, such as recordings of mock trials. Some cassettes include recordings of Zeisel’s academic lectures and debates. The audiotape reels concern the University of Chicago Law School’s Jury Project, and the photographs include images of Zeisel and his family members, as well as images used in his consulting work.

Box 129   Folder 8

Photographs – exhibit book, undated

Box 129   Folder 9

Photographs – Zeisel and Family, undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Sides A & B: “Capital Punishment Debate,” – University of Chicago Pro-Life Association and University of Chicago Debating Society, October 30, 1984 [1/2]

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Sides A & B: “Capital Punishment Debate,” – University of Chicago Pro-Life Association and University of Chicago Debating Society, October 30, 1984 [2/2]

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Tylenol Interviews – Survey Center, Chicago, October 6, 1989 [1/2]

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Tylenol Interviews – Survey Center, Chicago, October 6, 1989 [2/2]

Box 130

Cassette Tape – “In re Ask Jury Deliberation A, Part 1,” – Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990

Box 130

Cassette Tape – “In re Ask Jury Deliberation A, Part 2,” – Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990

Box 130

Cassette Tape – “In re Ask Jury Deliberation B,” – Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990

Box 130

Cassette Tape – In re Ask – Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990 [1/2]

Box 130

Cassette Tape – In re Ask – Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990 [2/2]

Box 130

Cassette Tape – “WBEZ surveys and polls,” March 14, 1991

Box 130

Cassette Tape – “The Deterrent Effect of the Death Penalty,” by Hans Zeisel and Milton Rosenberg, undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Sides 1 & 2: “Hans,” undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Sides 1 & 2: “Information Updates – D. Bruck, H. Zeisel, C. Palmer,” undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Side 1: Milt Rosenberg with Zeisel, undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Sides 1 & 2: “Vortrag Prof. Zeisel,” undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Side 1: Zeisel I & II (not complete). Side 2: Zeisel II (continued) and III and IV (not complete), undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Side 1: Zeisel IV (continued) and V. Side 1 only, undated.

Box 130

Cassette Tape – Sides 1 & 2: “Zeisel remarks at the Harvard Center for European Studies Conference on Austrian Social Democracy,” undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – contents unknown, undated

Box 130

Cassette Tape – contents unknown, undated

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “McCann-Erickson New York Stakeholders’ Composite,” March, 1987

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – Pillsbury v. National Fire Insurance – Carl Smith – David Forsberg Attorney, April 29, 1987 [1/4]

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – Pillsbury v. National Fire Insurance – Carl Smith – David Forsberg Attorney, April 29, 1987 [2/4]

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – Pillsbury v. National Fire Insurance – Carl Smith – David Forsberg Attorney, May 2, 1987 [3/4]

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – Pillsbury v. National Fire Insurance – Carl Smith – David Forsberg Attorney, May 2, 1987 [4/4]

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “AM Deliberation, Mock Jury Chicago – Room A,” January 9, 1988

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “AM Deliberation – Room B,” January 9, 1988

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago AM Deliberation, Mock Trial – Room A,” January 9, 1988

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago AM Deliberation, Mock Trial – Room B,” January 9, 1988

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago PM Deliberation, Mock Trial – Room A,” January 9, 1988

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago PM Deliberation, Mock Trial/Sam Trial,” – Room B, January 9, 1988

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago AM Presentation,” January 9, 1988 [1/2]

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago AM Presentation,” January 9, 1988 [2/2]

Box 131

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago PM Presentation, Mock Trial,” January 9, 1988 [1/2]

Box 131   Folder 1

Sam Mock Trial – Chicago – tape list and jury vote tabulations, 1988

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Chicago PM Presentation, Mock Trial,” January 9, 1988 [2/2]

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – MCI Competitive: AT&T Retention Campaign (with supers) – “Man at Station,” August 13, 1989; “Woman at Office,” August 11, 1989; “Man at Home,” August 11, 1989.

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – In re Ask – “Jury Deliberation A, Part 1,” Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – In re Ask – “Jury Deliberation A, Part 2,” Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – In re Ask – “Jury Deliberation B,” Santa Clara, CA, March 31, 1990

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Tylenol – Theresa,” September 25, 1989 [1/2]

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Tylenol – Theresa,” September 25, 1989 [2/2]

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Deliberation, Group 2,” September 22, 1990 [1/2]

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Deliberation, Group 2,” September 22, 1990 [2/2]

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Deliberation, Group F,” September 22, 1990

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Deliberation, Group I,” September 22, 1990

Box 132

VHS Cassette Tape – “Testimony, 9:30 am,” September 22, 1990 [1/2]

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – “Testimony, 9:30 am,” September 22, 1990 [2/2]

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – “Trial Questions & Answer Time; Jury Deliberation,” August 22-23, 1990

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – “Trial & Verdict Q & A Time; Jury Deliberation A; and Jury Deliberation B,” August 22-23, 1990

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technologies – “Mock Deposition: Cox,” January 2, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technologies – “Mock Deposition: Cox,” January 2, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technologies – “Mock Deposition: Shugart,” January 4, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technologies – “Mock Deposition: Shugart,” January 4, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technology – “Mock Deposition: Finis Connor,” January 21, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technology – “Mock Deposition: Finis Connor,” January 21, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technology – “Mock Deposition: Torkelson,” January 25, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Seagate Technology – “Mock Deposition: Torkelson,” January 25, 1991

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – Rena Bartos, “The Founding Fathers of Advertising Research,” undated

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – “Dybul Crash Test Jury Research Background Presentation (Unedited),” undated

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – “EDB: Risk Communication,” tapes 1 & 2 – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, undated

Box 133

VHS Cassette Tape – “EDB: Risk Communication,” tapes 3 & 4 – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, undated

Box 134

VHS Cassette Tape – contents unknown, undated

Box 134

1/2-inch videotape reel – Grandson of Tony Talks, 6, undated

Box 134

1/2-inch videotape reel – a) Tony, Millard, Hans; b) Woman PDO from Miami; 8, undated

Box 134

2.5-inch audiotape reel – Youth Service Bureau, Sunday afternoon session, January 24, 1971. Speed: 3 ¾ ips, full track, running time: 45 minutes.

Box 134

3.25-inch audiotape reel – “Religion and the Bomb,” by Hans Zeisel, undated.

Box 135

Audiotape reel – “U Civil,” User names: Kenneth Gerver and Susan Gray, August 3, 1978. 800-6250 bpi.

Box 135

Audiotape reel – “USF,” User names: Kenneth Gerver and Susan Gray, August 3, 1978. 800-6250 bpi.

Box 135

Audiotape reel – “U Judge,” User name: Susan Gray, undated. 800-6250 bpi.

Box 136

Audiotape reel – “U Zeis1” User name: Hal Bloom, undated. 800-6250 bpi.

Box 136

Audiotape reel – “U Zeisl,” User name: Joyce Weil, undated. 800-6250 bpi.

Series X: Oversize

This series contains press clippings, computer data printouts, and posters related to a variety of Zeisel’s research and teaching interests.

Box 137   Folder 1

“The Castration of Adam,” – illustrated poster, circa 1964-1976

Box 137   Folder 2

Drug Monitoring – press clippings, circa 1990

Box 137   Folder 3

Graphs – teaching aids, undated

Box 137   Folder 4

Inflation and Public Assistance study – computer data printouts, undated

Box 137   Folder 5

Inflation and Public Assistance study – computer data printouts, undated

Box 137   Folder 6

Responsibility – press clippings, 1957-1967

Box Oversize Folder

John Zeisel – architectural poster, 1982

Series XI: Restricted

This series contains five subseries: Financial and Personnel Material; Student Material; Legal Correspondence; Death Penalty Cases; and Consulting. Materials in Subseries One are restricted for fifty years from date of record creation. Materials in all other subseries are restricted for eighty years from date of record creation.

Subseries One includes financial material related to grant budgets, primarily concerning the Civil Jury Project, and personnel material such as letters of recommendations for colleagues, research assistant applications, and University of Chicago faculty positions. Subseries One will be fully open in 2042.

Subseries Two contains letters of recommendation for University of Chicago students, graded student material, and applications (including transcripts) for student research assistant positions. Subseries Two will be fully open in 2071.

Subseries Three includes correspondence with counsel, including both Zeisel’s personal attorney and counsel engaged by the University of Chicago Law School to advise on the legality Jury Project studies in various courts of law. Subseries Three will be fully open in 2072.

Subseries Four contains correspondence, surveys, and court documents related to capital punishment cases for which Zeisel served as a consultant. Subseries Four will be fully open in 2072.

Subseries Five includes documents related to Zeisel’s work as a litigation consultant. He advised companies and their legal counsel on matters concerning trademark infringement and confusion, jury selection, and general survey and sampling techniques. Files generally contain correspondence, consumer surveys and reports, draft court documents, notes, and related research created in preparation for litigation. Zeisel worked with companies such as Ford, McDonald’s, MCI, and Exxon. Oversized consulting materials are located at the end of the series. Subseries Five will be fully open in 2072.

Subseries 1: Financial and Personnel Material

Box 138    Folder 1

Civil Jury Project National Science Foundation grant proposal – correspondence, report, and budget documents, 1977-1981

Box 138    Folder 2

Civil Jury Project proposal binder – budget documents, reports, sample chapters, and research, 1979

Box 138    Folder 3

David Freedman – correspondence regarding nominations for professional associations, 1985-1991

Box 138    Folder 4

Marion Harper, Jr. – financial correspondence, 1974

Box 138    Folder 5

The Jury in the Complex Case – grant proposal, correspondence, and court order of approval, 1986-1987

Box 138    Folder 6

David Kaye – curricula vitae and letters of recommendation, 1983-1989

Box 138    Folder 7

Letters of Recommendation – colleagues and acquaintances, 1959-1992

Box 138    Folder 8

MacArthur Grant – correspondence and budget documents, 1987-1991

Box 138    Folder 9

National Science Foundation – voir dire project budget documents, 1972-1975

Box 138    Folder 10

Research assistant applications – resumes and cover letters, 1991

Box 138    Folder 11

University of Chicago faculty positions – correspondence, curricula vitae, and article draft, circa 1982-1989

Subseries 2: Student Material

Box 139    Folder 1

“The Constitutional Guarantees of Trial by Jury in Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, and Rhode Island,” by Jay Smith, 1954

Box 139    Folder 2

Letters of Recommendation – University of Chicago students, 1982-1986

Box 139    Folder 3

Research assistant applications – resumes, cover letters, and grade reports, 1991

Subseries 3: Legal Correspondence

Box 139    Folder 4

Jury Project – jury recordings – correspondence with counsel, 1955-1958

Box 139    Folder 5

Jury Project – New Jersey Juror Interview Project – correspondence with counsel, 1957-1958

Box 139    Folder 6

Williams and Montgomery, Ltd. – Zeisel legal counsel, 1992

Subseries 4: Death Penalty Cases

Box 139    Folder 7

Marshall Dayan – correspondence and questionnaire regarding James Little case, 1988

Box 139    Folder 8

Free v. Peters – capital jury instructions survey, data, reports, and correspondence, 1991-1992

Box 139    Folder 9

Free v. Peters – capital jury instructions survey, data, reports, and correspondence, 1991-1992

Box 139    Folder 10

Free v. Peters – correspondence and expert witness documents, 1991-1992

Box 139    Folder 11

Free v. Peters – court opinion and petitions for writ of habeas corpus, 1991-1992

Box 139    Folder 12

Dickey Gaines – appellate brief and court opinion, 1987, 1988

Box 139    Folder 13

Dickey Gaines – correspondence and court documents, 1988

Box 140    Folder 1

Dickey Gaines – correspondence and court transcripts, 1985-1986

Box 140    Folder 2

Dickey Gaines – Petitioner’s Appendix including Zeisel affidavit, 1985

Box 140    Folder 3

Dickey Gaines – Zeisel affidavits on the death penalty, 1985-1986

Box 140    Folder 4

Georgia death penalty voir dire project – correspondence, reports, and notes, 1986-1987

Box 140    Folder 5

Georgia death penalty voir dire project – court transcripts, 1986-1987

Box 140    Folder 6

Georgia death penalty voir dire project – court transcripts, 1986-1987

Box 140    Folder 7

People v. Duncan – McClesky race experiment – correspondence, research, and notes, 1986-1990

Box 140    Folder 8

People v. Duncan – study instrument drafts and correspondence, 1987-1988

Box 141   Folder 1

People v. Duncan – study instrument drafts and correspondence, 1987-1988

Box 141   Folder 2

People v. Duncan – study of jurors’ views, correspondence, and photographs, 1990

Box 141   Folder 3

Unidentified correspondence, 1977-1986

Subseries 5: Consulting

Box 141    Folder 4

9 Lives – correspondence and research, 1974

Box 141    Folder 5

Agent Orange/Franklin National Bank – juror questionnaires, 1979-1985

Box 141    Folder 6

Agent Orange/Franklin National Bank – juror questionnaires, 1979-1985

Box 141    Folder 7

Alabama/DDT – survey, reports, and notes, circa 1986

Box 141    Folder 8

Americard – affidavits and survey notes and analysis, circa 1973-1975

Box 141    Folder 9

Anti-Monopoly Inc. – correspondence and survey reports, 1980-1983

Box 141    Folder 10

Arcata – statistical analysis reports, circa 1970s

Box 141    Folder 11

ASK Group – surveys, memoranda, and mock trial report, circa 1991

Box 142   Folder 1

Aspirin – FTC Request for Admission, 1977

Box 142   Folder 2

Aspirin – surveys, correspondence, and reports, 1976-1977

Box 142   Folder 3

Aspirin – surveys, correspondence, and reports, 1976-1977

Box 142   Folder 4

Atari – survey and court decision, circa 1982

Box 142   Folder 5

Bethlehem Steel – surveys, correspondence, and court documents, 1983-1984

Box 142   Folder 6

Blue Chip – correspondence and memorandum, 1974

Box 142   Folder 7

Blue Cross-Blue Shield – surveys and report, 1984-1985

Box 142   Folder 8

Boston – Zeisel, “The Venire of Jurors and Grand Jurors in Boston, Massachusetts for the Year 1963,” – typescript report, 1965 (photocopy)

Box 142   Folder 9

Braidwood Nuclear Plant – memoranda, court documents, and newspaper photocopies, 1985-1986

Box 143    Folder 1

Braidwood Nuclear Plant – Nuclear Regulatory Commission hearing transcript, 1986

Box 143    Folder 2

Bridgeport milling – surveys, correspondence, memoranda, and court documents, 1983-1984

Box 143    Folder 3

Bridgeport milling – surveys, correspondence, memoranda, and court documents, 1983-1984

Box 143    Folder 4

Bridgeport milling – surveys, correspondence, memoranda, and court documents, 1983-1984

Box 143    Folder 5

Brown & Williamson – correspondence, charts, and notes,

Box 143    Folder 6

California Cooler – surveys, 1984

Box 143    Folder 7

Canfield chocolate fudge soft drink – surveys, notes, court documents, 1983-1985

Box 143    Folder 8

Carson Pirie Scott v. Peter Pan Restaurants – correspondence and court decision, 1985

Box 143    Folder 9

Centaur Communications v. A/S/M Communications – correspondence and American Marketing Association membership directory, 1986-1987

Box 143    Folder 10

Chicago Park District – correspondence, memoranda, and court documents, 1978-1983

Box 144    Folder 1

Children’s Memorial Hospital – draft affidavits, correspondence, notes, 1982-1983

Box 144    Folder 2

Clairol – correspondence, 1983

Box 144    Folder 3

Contac – correspondence, 1979

Box 144    Folder 4

Continental Bank – customer segmentation study, 1984-1985

Box 144    Folder 5

Coors – survey report and court document, 1983-1984

Box 144    Folder 6

Country Cereal – studies and reports, 1977-1978

Box 144    Folder 7

Country Cereal – studies and reports, 1977-1978

Box 144    Folder 8

Country Time – studies, reports, and court documents, 1976-1977

Box 144    Folder 9

Country Time – studies, reports, and court documents, 1976-1977

Box 144    Folder 10

Crouse Cartage – correspondence, poll, and court documents, 1985

Box 144    Folder 11

Defender’s Program of San Diego Inc. – report, court documents, and notes, 1981-1983

Box 144    Folder 12

Delta Faucets – survey documents and correspondence, 1983-1984

Box 145    Folder 1

Bernadine Dohrn – correspondence, draft court document, and notes regarding bar application, 1985-1987

Box 145    Folder 2

Dunlop Tire and Rubber Co. – correspondence and court documents, 1983-1985

Box 145    Folder 3

Eggo – correspondence, 1979

Box 145    Folder 4

Elderly Employees – correspondence and surveys, data, and reports regarding firings, 1985

Box 145    Folder 5

Elderly Employees – correspondence and surveys, data, and reports regarding firings, 1985

Box 145    Folder 6

Elderly Employees – correspondence and surveys, data, and reports regarding firings, 1985

Box 145    Folder 7

Exxon – company name study, circa 1980-1983

Box 145    Folder 8

Exxon – company name study, circa 1980-1983

Box 145    Folder 9

Exxon – company name study, circa 1980-1983

Box 146    Folder 1

Exxon – company name study, circa 1980-1983

Box 146    Folder 2

Exxon – studies, correspondence, and court documents, 1978-1983

Box 146    Folder 3

Exxon – studies, correspondence, and court documents, 1978-1983

Box 146    Folder 4

Farm Coop – correspondence, studies, and notes, 1979-1982

Box 146    Folder 5

Farm Coop – correspondence, studies, and notes, 1979-1982

Box 146    Folder 6

Firestone – tire studies and correspondence, 1971-1980

Box 146    Folder 7

First National Bank – questionnaires, correspondence, and class action documents, 1976

Box 146    Folder 8

First National Bank – questionnaires, correspondence, and class action documents, 1976

Box 147   Folder 1

Footlocker – correspondence and photographs, 1982-1984

Box 147   Folder 2

Ford – AAMCO – reports on repairs, 1979-1980

Box 147   Folder 3

Ford – air bag report, 1986

Box 147   Folder 4

Ford – air bag surveys and correspondence, 1986

Box 147   Folder 5

Ford – air bag surveys and correspondence, 1987

Box 147   Folder 6

Ford – California State Automobile Association – transmission investigation reports (photocopies), 1978

Box 147   Folder 7

Ford – Center for Auto Safety – correspondence, 1977-1978

Box 147   Folder 8

Ford – consultant correspondence, 1980

Box 147   Folder 9

Ford – draft affidavits, reports, and notes, 1980

Box 147   Folder 10

Ford – driver education plan, 1980

Box 147   Folder 11

Ford – Elias v. Ford – correspondence and memoranda, 1982

Box 147   Folder 12

Ford – fatality reports, 1980

Box 148    Folder 1

Ford – Fleet surveys and comments, 1978-1990

Box 148    Folder 2

Ford – frequency of event memoranda and notes, 1980

Box 148    Folder 3

Ford – general correspondence, 1979-1987

Box 148    Folder 4

Ford – General Motors comparisons – charts and notes, 1978-1980

Box 148    Folder 5

Ford – Internal Events – memoranda and notes, 1978-1980

Box 148    Folder 6

Ford – “Jury Research at Ford,” report, 1988

Box 148    Folder 7

Ford – jury selection – memoranda, interview forms, and questionnaires, 1979-1980

Box 148    Folder 8

Ford – jury selection – memoranda, interview forms, and questionnaires, 1979-1980

Box 148    Folder 9

Ford – jury selection – surveys and correspondence, 1984-1988

Box 149    Folder 1

Ford – jury selection – surveys and correspondence, 1984-1988

Box 149    Folder 2

Ford – Kirk v. Ford – correspondence and memoranda, 1981-1982

Box 149    Folder 3

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – correspondence, research, and memoranda, 1980-1985

Box 149    Folder 4

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – correspondence, research, and memoranda, 1980-1985

Box 149    Folder 5

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – hotline charts and notes, 1977-1982

Box 149    Folder 6

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – investigation materials, 1980

Box 149    Folder 7

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – memorandum on technical issues, 1980

Box 149    Folder 8

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – “No Such Thing,” report and notes, 1979-1980

Box 149    Folder 9

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – public meeting presentation materials, 1980

Box 150    Folder 1

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – public meeting presentation materials, 1980

Box 150    Folder 2

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – public meeting presentation materials, 1980

Box 150    Folder 3

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – public meeting presentation materials, 1980

Box 150    Folder 4

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – safety reports, 1977-1978

Box 150    Folder 5

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – safety reports, 1977-1978

Box 150    Folder 6

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – strategy memoranda and notes, 1980

Box 150    Folder 7

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – strategy notes, circa 1980

Box 150    Folder 8

Ford – National Highway Traffic Safety Administration case – surveys and reports, circa 1978-1979

Box 150    Folder 9

Ford – Ornelas v. Ford – correspondence and memoranda, 1981-1982

Box 151    Folder 1

Ford – Ornelas v. Ford – correspondence and memoranda, 1981-1982

Box 151    Folder 2

Ford – Pinto change-of-venue report and draft article, 1979-1980

Box 151    Folder 3

Ford – Pinto change-of-venue transcript, undated

Box 151    Folder 4

Ford – Pinto graphs, undated

Box 151    Folder 5

Ford – Pinto questionnaires and voir dire questions, circa 1979

Box 151    Folder 6

Ford – Pinto safety and liability research, 1980

Box 151    Folder 7

Ford – pre-trial issue analysis research, circa 1970s/1980s

Box 151    Folder 8

Ford – publicity reports, 1977-1980

Box 152    Folder 1

Ford – questionnaires, correspondence, and jury research, 1982-1986

Box 152    Folder 2

Ford – questionnaires, correspondence, and jury research, 1982-1986

Box 152    Folder 3

Ford – research plans, 1980

Box 152    Folder 4

Ford – surveys, undated

Box 152    Folder 5

Ford – technical research, circa 1980

Box 152    Folder 6

Ford – transmission – investigative report and statistics, circa 1980

Box 152    Folder 7

Ford – Turner v. Ford – correspondence, memoranda, and strategy notes related to the mock trial, 1985-1986

Box 152    Folder 8

Ford – Turner v. Ford – surveys, articles, and memoranda, circa 1984-1985

Box 152    Folder 9

Fun Size – survey, reports, and court documents, undated

Box 152    Folder 10

Fustok – jury questionnaires and correspondence, 1986

Box 152    Folder 11

Gallo salami – correspondence and consumer perception report, 1980

Box 153    Folder 1

The Gap – correspondence, survey report, and deposition transcript, 1989

Box 153    Folder 2

The Gap – correspondence, survey report, and deposition transcript, 1989

Box 153    Folder 3

General correspondence, 1982-1988

Box 153    Folder 4

General Dynamics – survey, court documents, and notes, 1984-1985

Box 153    Folder 5

General Electric – correspondence, surveys, and juror list, 1980-1981

Box 153    Folder 6

General Mills – surveys, photographs, and notes, 1986

Box 153    Folder 7

Genetech – memoranda and questionnaires, 1991

Box 153    Folder 8

Gillette – correspondence and reports, circa 1977

Box 153    Folder 9

Great Adventure – questionnaires, data, correspondence, and court documents, 1985

Box 153    Folder 10

Great Adventure – surveys, data, and notes, 1984

Box 153    Folder 11

Gulf Oil – questionnaires, correspondence, memorandum, and notes, 1980-1981

Box 153    Folder 12

Gypsum Companies – surveys, correspondence, notes, and draft court documents, 1982-1985

Box 154    Folder 1

Gypsum Companies – surveys, correspondence, notes, and draft court documents, 1982-1985

Box 154    Folder 2

Gypsum Companies – surveys, correspondence, notes, and draft court documents, 1982-1985

Box 154    Folder 3

Gypsum Companies – surveys and related documents, 1973-1974

Box 154    Folder 4

Henri’s Food Products Co. v. Kraft Inc. – court transcript, circa 1980

Box 154    Folder 5

Henri’s Food Products Co. v. Kraft Inc. – surveys and court documents, 1980-1983

Box 154    Folder 6

Hershey’s – consumer awareness surveys, circa 1982-1991

Box 154    Folder 7

Hershey’s – consumer awareness surveys, circa 1982-1991

Box 155    Folder 1

Hershey’s – correspondence, survey reports, and court documents, 1982-1991

Box 155    Folder 2

Hershey’s – correspondence, surveys, data, and notes, 1982-1991

Box 155    Folder 3

Heublin Inc. – correspondence and jury research, 1982

Box 155    Folder 4

Hollister – correspondence and court documents, 1983

Box 155    Folder 5

Hormel – food product studies and reports, 1991

Box 155    Folder 6

Hormel – food product studies and reports, 1991

Box 155    Folder 7

Hummel – surveys, correspondence, and notes, 1981-1984

Box 155    Folder 8

Hyatt Regency walkway collapse/Hallmark – survey data, correspondence, and court documents, 1982-1983

Box 155    Folder 9

Hyatt Regency walkway collapse/Hallmark – survey data, correspondence, and court documents, 1982-1983

Box 155    Folder 10

Illinois Central Gulf – correspondence, memoranda, and graphs, 1978-1979

Box 156    Folder 1

Illinois v. Ross – court documents and statistical analysis, 1987

Box 156    Folder 2

Intel – correspondence and mock trial report, 1988-1989

Box 156    Folder 3

International Harvester – correspondence and notes, 1977-1978

Box 156    Folder 4

Japanese Consumer Electronic Case – correspondence, 1980

Box 156    Folder 5

Jewel – correspondence and mock trial report, 1986-1987

Box 156    Folder 6

Jewel – jury surveys and data, 1986-1989

Box 156    Folder 7

Johnson Products – surveys, correspondence, and court documents, 1989-1991

Box 156    Folder 8

Johnson Products – surveys, correspondence, and court documents, 1989-1991

Box 156    Folder 9

Johnson Products – survey reports and product packaging, 1989-1991

Box 156    Folder 10

Juror fees – People of the state of California v. Waddell – correspondence and court documents, 1980

Box 156    Folder 11

Kroger/Tylenol – studies, correspondence, court documents, and notes, 1982-1983

Box 157    Folder 1

Kroger/Tylenol – studies, correspondence, court documents, and notes, 1982-1983

Box 157    Folder 2

Lanard trucks – correspondence and survey, 1986

Box 157    Folder 3

Lancome – survey and reports, 1988

Box 157    Folder 4

Sandy Lewis – correspondence, interview data, report, and clippings, 1988-1989

Box 157    Folder 5

Mastercard – gold card study and report, court documents, 1986-1988

Box 157    Folder 6

Mastercard – sample mailings, circa 1984

Box 157    Folder 7

Mastercard – surveys, correspondence, and notes, 1983

Box 157    Folder 8

McDonald’s – Arche Technologies – correspondence, trial transcripts, and notes, 1990

Box 157    Folder 9

McDonald’s – Arche Technologies – court documents, consumer confusion reports, and survey data, 1990

Box 157    Folder 10

McDonald’s – McBagel’s – court opinion, 1986

Box 158    Folder 1

McDonald’s – McSleep/Quality Inns – consumer confusion report and draft Zeisel affidavit, 1988

Box 158    Folder 2

McDonald’s – McSleep/Quality Inns – deposition and court opinion, 1988

Box 158    Folder 3

McDonald’s – McSleep/Quality Inns – surveys, correspondence, and notes, 1988

Box 158    Folder 4

McDonald’s – McTeddy – affidavit, 1988

Box 158    Folder 5

McDonald’s – McTravel – deposition transcript, 1988

Box 158    Folder 6

McDonald’s – McTravel – deposition transcript, 1988

Box 158    Folder 7

McDonald’s – name surveys and reports, 1988

Box 158    Folder 8

McDonald’s – Texas Style Burgers – court document, advertisements, and notes, 1990

Box 159    Folder 1

McDonald’s – Texas Style Burgers – surveys, reports, and notes, 1990

Box 159    Folder 2

McDonald’s – Texas Style Burgers – survey tabulations, 1990

Box 159    Folder 3

McDonald’s – Texas Style Burgers – survey tabulations, 1990

Box 159    Folder 4

MCI – mock jury transcripts, 1984

Box 159    Folder 5

MCI – mock jury transcripts, 1984

Box 159    Folder 6

MCI – Petition for Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court, 1983

Box 159    Folder 7

MCI – questionnaires and juror analysis, 1984-1985

Box 159    Folder 8

MCI – surveys, research, and notes, 1983

Box 160    Folder 1

MCI – Zeisel declarations, 1989-1990

Box 160    Folder 2

Mitsubishi – affidavits, survey, and data, 1982-1983

Box 160    Folder 3

Mitsubishi – surveys, court documents, and press release, 1982-1983

Box 160    Folder 4

Monsanto – Agent Orange – correspondence and court documents, 1984

Box 160    Folder 5

Monsanto – Agent Orange – jury selection – correspondence, questionnaires, and reports, 1983-1984

Box 160    Folder 6

Monsanto – Agent Orange – jury selection – correspondence, questionnaires, and reports, 1983-1984

Box 160    Folder 7

Monsanto – Agent Orange – memoranda regarding trial strategy and exposure levels, circa 1984

Box 160    Folder 8

Monsanto – Agent Orange – veterans’ exposure – Veterans’ Administration report and clipping, 1983, 1984

Box 161    Folder 1

Monsanto – correspondence, memoranda, and notes, 1983-1985

Box 161    Folder 2

Monsanto – correspondence, memoranda, and notes, 1983-1985

Box 161    Folder 3

Monsanto – correspondence, surveys, data, and report, 1981-1982

Box 161    Folder 4

Monsanto – juror qualification questionnaires, 1977-1982

Box 161    Folder 5

Monsanto – juror qualification questionnaires, 1977-1982

Box 161    Folder 6

Monsanto – pollution surveys, 1982

Box 161    Folder 7

Monsanto – pollution surveys, 1982

Box 161    Folder 8

Monsanto – survey data and clippings (photocopies), circa 1978-1981

Box 161    Folder 9

Monsanto – trial preparation outlines and juror questionnaires, 1983

Box 162    Folder 1

Monsanto/Nitro trial – correspondence, jury research, and court documents, 1983-1984

Box 162    Folder 2

Monsanto/Nitro trial – correspondence, surveys, and notes, 1984

Box 162    Folder 3

Monsanto/Nitro trial – “‘Nitro’ Juror Selection Study,” 1984

Box 162    Folder 4

Monsanto/Nitro trial – West Virginia chemical study, 1984

Box 162    Folder 5

National Football League – correspondence and brand report, 1974

Box 162    Folder 6

National Football League – report on legalized gambling, 1976

Box 162    Folder 7

Nebraska – correspondence, court documents, and press clippings, 1983-1984

Box 162    Folder 8

New York v. Kathy Boudin – affidavit, correspondence, and change-of-venue court opinion, 1983

Box 162    Folder 9

Newes – surveys, correspondence, draft court document, and reports, 1987-1991

Box 162    Folder 10

NIPSCO – survey, court documents, and press clippings, 1981-1983

Box 163    Folder 1

Nutrasweet – research outline and survey report, 1989-1991

Box 163    Folder 2

Ohlin – surveys, correspondence, and notes, 1983

Box 163    Folder 3

Ohlin – surveys, correspondence, and notes, 1983

Box 163    Folder 4

Oldsmobile – Zeisel commentary, circa 1980s

Box 163    Folder 5

Orange Crush – survey report, 1974

Box 163    Folder 6

Pan Lite – survey reports, court documents, and notes, 1990-1991

Box 163    Folder 7

Perrier – study, correspondence, budget documents, and research notes, 1980

Box 163    Folder 8

Pierce Foods Corporation/Wingdings – surveys, court documents, and Zeisel testimony transcript, 1986-1987

Box 163    Folder 9

Pillsbury – correspondence and charts for mock trial, 1989

Box 163    Folder 10

Pillsbury – sales charts and notes, 1988

Box 163    Folder 11

Pillsbury/Haagen-Dazs – correspondence, court documents, and notes, 1985-1989

Box 163    Folder 12

Pillsbury/Haagen-Dazs – correspondence, court documents, and notes, 1985-1989

Box 164    Folder 1

Pittway Corp. – draft court documents, circa 1987

Box 164    Folder 2

Playtex – articles and notes, circa 1982

Box 164    Folder 3

Playtex – trial transcript, 1982

Box 164    Folder 4

Playtex – trial transcript, 1982

Box 164    Folder 5

Playtex – trial transcript, 1982

Box 164    Folder 6

Potato Rolls – surveys, data, and notes, 1990-1992

Box 164    Folder 7

Rand Corporation – correspondence and notes, 1985

Box 164    Folder 8

Realpro – correspondence, deposition, and notes, 1981-1982

Box 164    Folder 9

Roland Food Corp. – surveys, correspondence, legal research, and court documents, 1985-1986

Box 164    Folder 10

Roland Food Corp. – surveys, correspondence, legal research, and court documents, 1985-1986

Box 165    Folder 1

Roland Food Corp. – surveys, correspondence, legal research, and court documents, 1985-1986

Box 165    Folder 2

Savin – surveys, correspondence, draft court documents, and notes, 1977

Box 165    Folder 3

S.C. Johnson – National Advertising Review Board documents and notes, 1975, 1979

Box 165    Folder 4

Seagate – correspondence, mock trial report, and notes, 1987-1991

Box 165    Folder 5

Seagate – master mock trial binder, 1990

Box 165    Folder 6

Seagate – master mock trial binder, 1990

Box 165    Folder 7

Seagate – mock trial binder, 1990

Box 165    Folder 8

Seagate – mock trial binder, circa 1990-1991

Box 166    Folder 1

Seagate – mock trial binder, 1991

Box 166    Folder 2

Sears PLC v. Sears Roebuck – correspondence, 1990-1991

Box 166    Folder 3

Sears Roebuck v. Allstate Driving School – court opinion and notes, circa 1969

Box 166    Folder 4

Shine-All – correspondence and court documents, 1989-1990

Box 166    Folder 5

SKK Inc. v. Cambridge Systems Group Inc. – software study and court transcripts, 1983

Box 166    Folder 6

SKK Inc. v. Cambridge Systems Group Inc. – software study and court transcripts, 1983

Box 166    Folder 7

Southern Airways – correspondence, surveys, and memorandum, 1980

Box 166    Folder 8

Stanley Works – survey report and photographs, 1989

Box 166    Folder 9

Strey v. Hunt International Resources Corp. – correspondence and court documents, 1982

Box 166    Folder 10

Thomas v. State Industries – juror interview transcripts, 1990

Box 166    Folder 11

John Torkelson – court document, memoranda, and research, 1986-1991

Box 167    Folder 1

John Torkelson – deposition transcript, 1988

Box 167    Folder 2

John Torkelson – deposition transcript, 1988

Box 167    Folder 3

John Torkelson – deposition transcript, 1988

Box 167    Folder 4

Unidentified correspondence, 1971-1990

Box 167    Folder 5

Unidentified correspondence, 1971-1990

Box 167    Folder 6

Unidentified mock trial documents, 1986-1987

Box 167    Folder 7

Union Carbide – draft agreements with the government of India, circa 1984-1985

Box 167    Folder 8

United Airlines – correspondence, 1973

Box 167    Folder 9

United Airlines – correspondence, surveys, and notes, 1992

Box 167    Folder 10

United Airlines – court documents and correspondence related to jury selection, 1987-1991

Box 168    Folder 1

United Airlines – court documents and correspondence related to jury selection, 1987-1991

Box 168    Folder 2

United Airlines – court documents, report, and survey proposal, 1989-1991

Box 168    Folder 3

United Airlines – “Judicial Assessment of Punitive Damages, The Seventh Amendment, and the Politics of Jury Power,” Columbia Law Review, 1991

Box 168    Folder 4

United Airlines – memorandum and survey data, 1991

Box 168    Folder 5

U.S. Tobacco – surveys, court documents, and notes 1984-1985

Box 168    Folder 6

United States v. Crawford – juror selection study, 1983-1984

Box 168    Folder 7

United States v. Crawford – surveys, correspondence, memoranda, and notes, 1983-1984

Box 168    Folder 8

United States v. Crawford – surveys, correspondence, memoranda, and notes, 1983-1984

Box 169   Folder 1

United States v. Tucker – affidavits, correspondence, and research, 1983

Box 169   Folder 2

United States v. Tucker – affidavits, correspondence, and research, 1983

Box 169   Folder 3

United Steelworkers – Audits & Surveys Inflation and Public Assistance Study – memoranda and correspondence, 1974-1976

Box 169   Folder 4

United Steelworkers – Audits & Surveys memorandum and instructions, 1976

Box 169   Folder 5

United Steelworkers – Audits & Surveys validation forms, 1976

Box 169   Folder 6

United Steelworkers – Bureau of Labor Statistics census data, 1967-1977

Box 169   Folder 7

United Steelworkers – Bureau of Labor Statistics census data, 1967-1977

Box 169   Folder 8

United Steelworkers – correspondence and answers to interrogatories, 1976-1977

Box 169   Folder 9

United Steelworkers – correspondence and special interrogatories, 1976-1977

Box 169   Folder 10

United Steelworkers – correspondence, supplemental answers to interrogatories, and notes, 1974-1977

Box 170    Folder 1

United Steelworkers – correspondence, supplemental answers to interrogatories, and notes, 1974-1977

Box 170    Folder 2

United Steelworkers – correspondence, survey data, and notes, 1975-1977

Box 170    Folder 3

United Steelworkers – Department of Commerce census tracts, 1972

Box 170    Folder 4

United Steelworkers – Department of Commerce census tracts, 1972

Box 170    Folder 5

United Steelworkers – Department of Commerce census tracts, 1972

Box 170    Folder 6

United Steelworkers – DePodwin study documents and Audits & Surveys survey documents, 1974-1976

Box 170    Folder 7

United Steelworkers – Meyers deposition – Exhibit 5, Additional Tabulations, 1977

Box 170    Folder 8

United Steelworkers – Meyers deposition – Exhibit 5, Additional Tabulations, 1977

Box 170    Folder 9

United Steelworkers – Meyers deposition – notes and clippings, circa 1977

Box 170    Folder 10

United Steelworkers – “Notes on the DePodwin Report,” report and notes, circa 1976-1977

Box 170    Folder 11

United Steelworkers – notices of deposition and discovery requests, 1976-1977

Box 171    Folder 1

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” notes, 1976

Box 171    Folder 2

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” notes, 1976

Box 171    Folder 3

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” survey report, chapters 1-3, 1976

Box 171    Folder 4

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” survey report, chapter 4, 1976

Box 171    Folder 5

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” survey report, chapter 5, 1976

Box 171    Folder 6

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” survey report, chapter 6, 1976

Box 171    Folder 7

United Steelworkers – “Public Assistance and its Impact on Collective Bargaining,” survey report, chapter 7, 1976

Box 171    Folder 8

United Steelworkers – questionnaires and screening forms from Audits & Surveys, 1974

Box 171    Folder 9

United Steelworkers – questionnaires and screening forms from Audits & Surveys, 1974

Box 172    Folder 1

United Steelworkers – sampling research – legal and statistical articles, 1944-1976

Box 172    Folder 2

United Steelworkers – sampling research – legal and statistical articles, 1944-1976

Box 172    Folder 3

United Steelworkers – survey data tables, undated

Box 172    Folder 4

United Steelworkers – survey data tables, undated

Box 172    Folder 5

University of Chicago/National Opinion

  • Research Center Arbitration Decision, 1972
Box 172    Folder 6

Washington Public Power Supply System – attitude survey report, 1983

Box 172    Folder 7

Wilmad Glass Co. – correspondence, court documents, and notes, 1982

Box 172    Folder 8

Windsurfer – court documents, survey data and report, and notes, 1985

Box 172    Folder 9

Zeisel assorted affidavits, circa 1980s

Box 173    Folder 1

Firestone – advertisement, 1971

Box 173    Folder 2

Ford – GM advertisement, 1982

Box 173    Folder 3

Hyatt Regency walkway collapse/Hallmark – survey data and map, 1982-1983

Box 173    Folder 4

MCI – press clippings, 1983

Box 173    Folder 5

U.S. Tobacco – newspaper photocopies, 1984

Box Oversize Folder

Ford – jury tabulations, circa 1982-1986