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Collection Summary (Overall)

Historical Background

Contents of the Collection

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Texas Supreme Court Notes 1958-1982

Texas Constitutional Revision Commission 1973-1974

Scrapbooks 1972-1974

Correspondence 1991-2008, bulk 2002-2007

Photographs circa 1934-[2007]

Creative Works 1970-2005

Collected Works 1934-2007

RESTRICTED: Confidential Correspondence Files 2001, 2007

University of Texas, Tarlton Law Library

Guide to the Justice Joe R. Greenhill, Sr. Papers at the Tarlton Law Library



Collection Summary (Overall)

Creator Greenhill, Justice Joe R., Sr.
Title Justice Joe R. Greenhill, Sr. Papers
Dates 1934-2008, bulk 1957-2007
Abstract Bound volumes, correspondence, photographs, and other materials document the career and life of Texas State Supreme Court Justice Joe R. Greenhill, Sr.
Size 127 volumes, 1.5 linear ft.
Repository Rare Books & Special Collections, Tarlton Law Library, The University of Texas at Austin  727 E. Dean Keeton St., Austin, TX 78705-3224, (512) 471-7263

Historical Background

A University of Texas graduate with highest honors (B.A. and B.B.A. 1936, L.L.B 1939), Justice Joe R. Greenhill, Sr. (1914-2011) served in the U.S. Naval Reserve during World War II. In 1949 he became the first assistant attorney general for the state of Texas and helped argue Sweatt v. Painter, a landmark segregation case, before the U.S. Supreme Court. He co-founded Graves, Dougherty and Greenhill, an Austin law firm, in 1950, where he practiced until 1957 when Governor Price Daniel appointed him as an associate justice of the Texas Supreme Court.

Justice Greenhill remained an associate justice following an election the next year, and served in that capacity until 1972 when he became the chief justice of the Texas Supreme Court. During his tenure on the bench Justice Greenhill labored to bring about a Texas constitution amendment that granted criminal jurisdiction to the Court of Civil Appeals. Justice Greenhill retired from the Supreme Court in 1982, going on to serve in leadership positions for numerous legal organizations. Following his retirement, Justice Greenhill worked to change Texas laws that discouraged mediation and arbitration, resulting in a reduction of the backlog of cases and increased access to the legal system for low-income individuals.

Among his many awards and honors, Justice Greenhill was named a Distinguished Alumnus of the University of Texas School of Law in 1977, an Outstanding Texas Lawyer by the Texas Bar Foundation in 1989. Also in 1989, Baker Botts established the Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Law at The University of Texas in Justice Greenhill's name. One of his highest honors was his selection for membership in the Warren Burger Society by the National Center for State Courts. Toward the end of his life Justice Greenhill served as counsel to Baker and Botts, an Austin Law Firm, where he primarily advised attorneys with cases before the Texas Supreme Court or other appellate Courts. Additionally, he was executive director emeritus of the State Bar of Texas and president of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society. Justice Greenhill died in Austin, Texas, in 2011.

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Contents of the Collection

Bound volumes, correspondence, photographs, and other materials (127 volumes, 1.5 linear ft.) document the career and life of Justice Joe R. Greenhill, Sr.

Series I, Bound Texas Supreme Court Notes (123 volumes), divided between Notes on Ungranted Applications and Notes on Causes, document numerous cases which were considered for hearing by the Texas State Supreme Court during Justice Greenhill’s tenure as both judge and chief justice. The apparent gaps for volumes 36, 40, 41 and 45 in Notes on Causes are accounted for in Series II and III. Volume 46 of Notes on Causes is not present. A reference system to the Bound Texas Supreme Court Notes consisting of index cards (approximately 1,600) created by Justice Greenhill is available at Tarlton Law Library.

Series II, Texas Constitutional Revision Commission, comprises of two bound volumes of transcripts, photographs, correspondence, and other materials relating to the Texas Constitutional Revision Commission and the Constitutional Commission.

Series III, Scrapbooks, represents two bound volumes of clippings, correspondence, commentary and other material documenting the Texas State Supreme Court and Justice Greenhill’s career between 1972 and 1974.

Series IV, Correspondence (.5 linear ft.) primarily consists of letters from Justice Greenhill that serve as narrative memoires of his time in the Texas State Supreme Court. Other topics include Texas judges and prominent legal figures Justice Greenhill associated with. Prominent correspondents include former Director of the Tarlton Law Library Roy M. Mersky, Bill Pugsley of the Texas State Supreme Court Historical Society, and former Head of Tarlton’s Special Collections Mike Widener.

Series V, Photographs (.45 linear ft.), mainly documents the Texas State Supreme Court from the 1950s through the early 1980s. Other subjects include events attended by Justice Greenhill, the swearing in and induction ceremonies of Justice Greenhill, the swearing in and induction ceremonies of other judges and Governors Clements and Briscoe, and the Greenhill family. Most of the photographs appear to be reproductions.

Series VI, Creative works (.26 linear ft), includes speeches, articles, and drafts documenting Texas legal history in the second half of the twentieth century, biographies of other judges, and Justice Greenhill’s career in the Texas State Supreme Court. Memoires describe Justice Greenhill’s earlier work as an enlisted serviceman in World War Two and as an attorney, as well as the work of Justice Greenhill’s mother, Violet Greenhill. Additional topics of interest include the early Texas Supreme Court and the granting of criminal jurisdiction to the Texas Court of Civil Appeals.

Series VII, Collected works (.24 linear ft), almost entirely consists of clippings, articles, and other publications about the life and work of Justice Greenhill.

Series VIII, RESTRICTED: Confidential Correspondence Files (2 folders), requires permission from the Head of Rare Books & Sprecial Collections to view.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Files marked restricted requires permission from the Head of Rare Books & Sprecial Collections to view.

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Administrative Information

Cite As

Justice Joe R. Greenhill, Sr. Papers, Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas at Austin.

Acquisition Information

Donated ca. 2000-2008

Processing History

Processed by Jennifer Cummings, Assistant Archivist

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Texas Supreme Court Notes 1958-1982

Notes on Ungranted Applications 1958-1982
Volume
1 No. A-6912 to No. A-7883, 1958, September-1960, July
Volume
2 No. A-7722 to No. A-8537, 1960, July-1961, July
Volume
3 No. A-8380 to No. A-9115, 1961, July-1962, July
Volume
4 No. A-8839 to No. A-9731, 1962, July-1963, July
Volume
5 No. A-9432 to No. A-10232, 1963, July-1964, July
Volume
6 No. A-10032 to No. A-10885, 1964, July-1965, July
Volume
7 No. A-10653 to No. No. A-11493, 1965, July-1966, July
Volume
8 No. A-11161 to No. B-326, 1966, July-1967, July
Volume
9 No. B-129 to No. B-605, 1967, July-1968, July
Volume
10 No. B-607 to No. B-1009, 1967, July-1968, July
Volume
11 No. B-774 to No. B-1573, 1968, July-1969, July
Volume
12 No. B-1403 to No. B-1881, 1969, July-1970, July
Volume
13 No. B-1883 to No. B-2178, 1969, July-1970, July
Volume
14 No. B-1883 to No. B-2178, 1970, July-1971, July
Volume
15 No. B-2432 to No. B-2755, 1970, July-1971, July
Volume
16 No. B-2651 to No. B-3403, 1971, July-1972, July
Volume
17 No. B-3095 to No. B-3675, 1972, July-1973, July
Volume
18 No. B-3686 to No. B-4035, 1972, July-1973, July
Volume
19 No. B-3878 to No. B-4216, 1973, July-1974, July
Volume
20 No. B-4217 to No. B-4439, 1973, July-1974, July
Volume
21 No. B-4444 to No. B-4727, 1973, July-1974, July
Volume
22 No. B-4346 to No. B-4931, 1974, July-1975, July
Volume
23 No. B-4936 to No. B-5339, 1974, July-1975, July
Volume
24 No. B-5164 to No. B-5543, 1975, July-1976, July
Volume
25 No. B-5552 to No. B-5741, 1975, July -1976, July
Volume
26 No. B-5742 to No. B-6052, 1975, July-1976, July
Volume
27 No. B-5236 to No. B-6249, 1976, July-1977, July
Volume
28 No. B-6241 to No. B-6479, 1976, July-1977, July
Volume
29 No. B-6480 to No. B-6593, 1976, July-1977, July
Volume
30 No. B-6595 to No. B-6755, 1976, July-1977, July
Volume
31 No. B-6271 to No. B-6991, 1977, July-1978, July
Volume
32 No. B-6993 to No. B-7183, 1977, July-1978, July
Volume
33 No. B-7184 to No. B-7333, 1977, July-1978, July
Volume
34 No. B-7338 to No. B-7656, 1977, July-1978, July
Volume
35 No. B-6877 to No. B-7780, 1978, July-1979, July
Volume
36 No. B-7801 to No. B-8034, 1978, July-1979, July
Volume
37 No. B-8036 to No. B-8258, 1978, July-1979, July
Volume
38 No. B-8259 to No. B-8580, 1978, July-1979
Volume
39 No. B-7686 to No. B-8586, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
40 No. B-8589 to No. B-8743, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
41 No. B-8744 to No. B-8902, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
42 No. B-8905 to No. B-9077, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
43 No. B-9082 to No. B-9253, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
44 No. B-9254 to No. B-9546, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
45 No. B-8031 to No. B-9502, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
46 No. B-9503 to No. B-9642, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
47 No. B-9643 to No. B-9808, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
48 No. B-9811 to No. B-9992, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
49 No. B-9994 to No. C-422, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
50 No. C-2 to No. C-97, 1980-1981
Volume
51 No. B-9072 to C-443, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
52 No. C-444 to No. C-580, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
53 No. C-584 to No. C-726, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
54 No. 727 to No. C-905, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
55 No. C-906 to No. C-1107, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
56 No. C-1108 to No. 1365, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
57 No. B-9551 to No. C-1561, 1982, July-1982, October
Notes on Causes 1958-1982
Volume
1 No. A-6413 to No. A-7141, 1958, October-1960, July
Volume
2 No. A-7147 to No. A-7881, 1958, October-1960, July
Volume
3 No. A-7115 to No. A-7789, 1960, July-1961, July
Volume
4 No. A-7803 to No. A-8031, 1960, July-1961, July
Volume
5 No. A-8038 to No. A-8472, 1960, July-1961, July
Volume
6 No. A-7836 to No. A-8534, 1961, July-1962, July
Volume
7 No. A-8538 to No. A-9002, 1961, July-1962, July
Volume
8 No. A-8304 to No. A-8843, 1962, July-1963, July
Volume
9 No. A-8874 to No. A-9235, 1962, July-1963, July
Volume
10 No. A-9237 to No. A-9649, 1962, July-1963, July
Volume
11 No. A-8659 to No. A-9645, 1963, July-1964, July
Volume
12 No. A-9659 to No. A-10233, 1963, July-1964, July
Volume
13 No. A-9585 to No. A-10199, 1964, July-1965, July
Volume
14 No. A-10203 to No. A-10744, 1964, July-1965, July
Volume
15 No. A-10101 to No. A-10768, 1965, July-1966, July
Volume
16 No. A-10773 to No. A-11034, 1965, July-1966, July
Volume
17 No. A-11035 to No. A-11544, 1965, July-1966, July
Volume
18 No. A-10124 to No. A-10959, 1966, July-1967, July
Volume
19 No. A-10989 to No. A-11602, 1966, July-1967, July
Volume
20 No. A-11604 to No. B-360, 1966, July-1967, July
Volume
21 No. A-1154 to No. B-160, 1967, July-1968, July
Volume
22 No. B-163 to No. B-427, 1967, July-1968, July
Volume
23 No. B-445 to No. B-827, 1967, July-1968, July
Volume
24 No. B-331 to No. B-805, 1968, July-1969, July
Volume
25 No. B-808 to No. B-1120, 1968, July-1969, July
Volume
26 No. B-1132 to No. B-1590, 1968, July-1969, July
Volume
27 No. B-624 to No. B-1424, 1969, July-1970, July
Volume
28 No. B-1436 to No. B-1713, 1969, July-1970, July
Volume
29 No. B-1721 to No. B-2087, 1969, July-1970, July
Volume
30 No. B-1620 to No. B-2047, 1970, July-1971, July
Volume
31 No. B-2062 to No. B-2353, 1970, July-1971, July
Volume
32 No. B-2366 to No. B-2809, 1970, July-1971, July
Volume
33 No. B-2300 to No. B-2545, 1971, July -1972, July
Volume
34 No. B-2547 to No. B-2879, 1971, July -1972, July
Volume
35 No. B-2882 to No. B-3256, 1971, July -1972, July
Volume
37 No. B-2974 to No. B-3181, 1972, July -1973, July
Volume
38 No. B-3195 to No. B-3487, 1972, July -1973, July
Volume
39 No. B-3489 to No. B-4069, 1972, July -1973, July
Volume
42 No. B-3202 to No. B-3828, 1973, July -1974, July
Volume
43 No. B-3848 to No. B-4156, 1973, July -1974, July
Volume
44 No. B-4171 to No. B-4734, 1973, July -1974, July
Volume
47 No. B-4070 to No. B-4590, 1974, July -1975, July
Volume
48 No. B-4616 to No. B-5327, 1974, July -1975, July
Volume
49 No. B-4843, 1974, July -1975, July
Volume
50 No. B-4791 to No. B-5435, 1975 to 1976
Volume
51 No. B-5441 to No. B-6022, 1975, July-1976, July
Volume
52 No. B-5602 to No. B-5937, 1976, July -1977, July
Volume
53 No. B-5950 to No. B-6184, 1976, July -1977, July
Volume
54 No. B-6203 to No. B-6783, 1976, July -1977, July
Volume
55 No. B-6016 to No. B-6792, 1977, July-1978, July
Volume
56 No. B-6798 to No. B-7599, 1977, July-1978, July
Volume
57 No. B-6594 to No. B-7511, 1978, July-1979, July
Volume
58 No. B-7517 to No. B-7799, 1978, July-1979, July
Volume
59 No. B-7820 to No. B-8372, 1978, July-1979, July
Volume
60 No. B-6597 to No. B-8298, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
61 No. B-8334 to No. B-8660, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
62 No. B-8664 to No. B-9362, 1979, July-1980, July
Volume
63 No. B-7763 to No. B-8827, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
64 No. B-8861 to No. B-9344, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
65 No. B-9354 to No. B-9446, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
66 No. B-9657 to No. C-328, 1980, July-1981, July
Volume
67 No. B-9131 to No. C-283, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
68 No. C-284 to No. C-648, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
69 No. C-650 to No. C-1120, 1981, July-1982, July
Volume
70 No. C-8 to No. C-970, 1982, July-1982, October
Volume
71 No. C-976 to No. C-1602, 1982, July-1982, October

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Texas Constitutional Revision Commission 1973-1974

Volume
40 Constitutional Revision Commission, 1973
A collection of materials relating to the Texas Constitutional Review Commission. The volume consists of three sections: I. Transcript of Proceedings Before the Constitutional Revision Commission, II. Recommendations and Correspondence Regarding Nominees to the Commission, and the Balloting thereon, III. Actions of the Constitutional Revision Commission and its Tenative Proposals for a new Constitution.
Volume
45 Constitutional Convention, 1974
A collection of newspaper clippings, photographs, commentary, and other materials chronicaling the Constitutional Convention and the work of the Texas Constitutional Review Commission.

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Scrapbooks 1972-1974

Volume
36 The Court's Year, 1972-1973
A collection of newspaper clippings, photographs, commentary by Justice Greenhill, and other materials chronicaling the Texas Supreme Court form 1972 to 1973. Spine and first page reads "Notes on Causes, July 1972 to July 1973."
Volume
41 The Year, 1973-1974
A collection of newspaper clippings, photographs, commentary by Justice Greenhill, and other materials chronicaling the Texas Supreme Court form 1973 to 1974. Spine and first page reads "Notes on Causes, July 1973 to July 1974."

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Correspondence 1991-2008, bulk 2002-2007

General 1991-2008
Box folder
Greenhill 1 1 Bowmer, Jim, 2002
Subjects: Judge (Colonel) Gordon Simpson, Letter to the Editor in the Texas Bar Journal about Judge Simpson. Includes a copy of the Letter to the Editor.
Other recipients include Kelley Jones King, Bill Pugsley, Roy Mersky, Judge Mark Davidson and Kent Rutter.
2 Cannon, James, Jr., 2007
Subjects: Sweatt v. Painter, Judge Scalia and original intent. Includes copies of newspaper clippings.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky and Bill Pugsley.
3 Carleton, Dr. Don, 2008
Subjects: Governor Dolph Briscoe, swearing in of Governor Bill Hobby. Includes computer print out of a photograph of Governor Briscoe, Governor Price Daniel, and Justice Greenhill.
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley, Roy Mersky and Jim Cannon.
4 Chriss, William J., 2007
Subjects: Governor Price Daniel and Justice Greenhill's part in Governor Daniel's campaign. Includes a copy of the Letter to the Editor.
Other recipient includes Roy Mersky.
5 Dabney, Robert L., Jr., 2004
Subjects: Texas Supreme Court 1935-1945 history. Includes photocopies of The Texas Supreme Court: An Index of Selected Sources on the Court and its Members, 1836 to 1981 with a Historical Postscript by Judge Joe R. Greenhill, A Texas Supreme Court Trilogy Volume 2: Oral History Interview with the Honorable Joe R. Greenhill, Sr. and a description of a 1938 picture of the Texas Supreme Court and Commissions. Includes a copy of the Letter to the Editor.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky, Hon Sarah Duncan, Professor Joseph McKnight, Bill Pugsley and Steve McConnico.
6 Davidson, Honorable Mark, 2002
Subjects: The "Hickman Era" of the Texas Supreme Court, Judge Abner McCall. Includes photocopies of biographies of Judges Hickman, Griffin and Brewster and of the memorial remarks about Judge Abner published in the 1995 Proceedings of the Philosophical Society of Texas.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky, Bill Pugsley, Mike Widener, Professor Joseph McKnight, Joe Greenhill, Jr., Judge Jack Pope, Judge Jack Hightower and Judge Bob Shannon.
7 Dawson, Matt, 2002
Subjects: Judge Abner McCall and two articles sent by Matt Dawson about Judge McCall, one by McCall the other by Tommy Turner. Includes a copy of the Letter to the Editor. Includes letter to Bill Pugsley and Barry Bishop asking them to send the articles included in Dawson's letters to any other authors interested in writing about Judge McCall.
8 Greenhill, Joe, Jr. and Bill, 1991
Subjects: Sweatt v. Painter, Brown v. Board, Plessy v. Ferguson, Thurgood Marshall, and the experience of being at the trial of Brown v. Board in the U.S. Supreme Court.
9 Hilgers, William B., 2007
Subjects: Oil and gas law.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky and Bill Pugsley.
10 Jefferson, Hon. Wallace, 2005
Subjects: Judicial salaries. Includes a photocopy of Justice Greenhill's May 16, 1974 letter to other members of the Texas Supreme Court about a recent vote to reduce judicial salaries.
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley, Mike Widener, Barry Bishop and Hon. C.L. Ray, Jr.
11 Kennedy, Kathleen, 2005
Subjects: book The Tactful Texan: A Biography of Governor Will Hobby, Justice Greenhill's experience with Governor Hobby and Governor Shivers.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky and Mike Widener.
12 Phillips, Chief Justice Thomas R., 2004
Subjects: Judge Phillips' resignation, Chief Justice Alexander's Court, Justice Greenhill's time as Chief Justice, campaigning for a position of the Texas Supreme Court. Includes a copy of Chief Justice Phillips' statement announcing his resignation.
Other recipients include Mike Widener, Bill Pugsley and Professor Joseph McKnight.
13 Pratter, Jonathan, 1998
Subjects: Fisher v. Carousel Motor Hotel, segregation at the Houston Club.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky, Mike Widener and Kathleen Rauch.
14 Scott, Professor Wayne, 2006
Subjects: Writing the history of the Texas Supreme Court, Humber v. Norvell, Fisher v. Carousel Motor Hotel, Humble O. and R. Co. v. Williams, Phillips Pipe Line v. Razo, Texas O. and G. Co. v. Vela, Mustang v. Mormon Aviation, and Hilltop Village v. Kerrville I.S.D.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky and Bill Pugsley.
15 Sessions, William S., 1999
Subjects: Certification of questions to the Texas Supreme Court.
Other recipients include Chief Justice Tom Phillips, Blake Tartt, Karen Johnson, Roy Mersky and Mike Widener.
16 Villarreal, Gavin, 2007
Subjects: Segregation of Mexican Americans.
Other recipients include Jim Cannon, Bill Pugsley and Roy Mersky.
17 Weber, Andrew, 2006
Subjects: Justice Greenhill's experience in the Texas Supreme Court, Texas State Archives and court records, history of the Texas Supreme Court.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky, Bill Pugsley and Professor Joseph McKnight.
18 Yakel, Ann and Charles Duclous, Texas Bar Foundation 2006
Subjects: Texas Bar Foundation and grants, Justice Greenhill's work for the Texas Bar Foundation.
Other recipient includes Roy Mersky.
19 York, Larry, 2006
Subjects: Atchley v. Greenhill, vacancy cases.
Mersky, Roy M. 2000-2008
Box folder
Greenhill 1 20 2000, June
Subjects: Connie Webb, Bishop Scott Field Bailey, opera, the Opera Ball.
21 2003, February
Subjects: Sweatt v. Painter. Includes photocopies of Justice Greenhill correspondence about the case from 1948 to 1950 and of the Centiorari to the Supreme Court of Texas.
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley, Larry McNeill, Barry Bishop, Emily G. Pierce and Judge Bob E. Shannon.
22 2003, March-August
Subjects: City of Austin v. Railroad Commission, Doug Owen.
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley, Barry Bishop, Professor Joseph McKnight, Mike Widener, Judge Mark Davidson, Professor James Paulsen, Steve McConnico, Judge Jack Pope and Chief Justice Tom Phillips.
23 2003, October-2003, November
Subjects: Thurgood Marshall Law Review's "Looking Back" issue, segregation, Sweatt v. Painter. Includes copies of correspodence with the Thurgood Marshall Law Review and Bill Pugsley. A copy of the "Looking Back" issue may be found under Collected Works in Greenhill 3, Folder 23.
24 2006, June
Subjects: Judge Roy Gee. Includes copy of letter ot Stephen Tripps about Judge Roy Gee.
25 2006, June
Subjects: Effect of Mexican Law on Texas, Texas Supreme Court Historical Society. Email printout.
Other recipient includes Mike Widener
26 2006, June
Subjects: The Graves Firm. Includes copy of correspondence about the Graves Firm.
27 2006, October
Subjects: Box 13 Controversy, Archer Parr. Includes photocopies of twenty-two newspaper articles, c. 1975, regarding the Box 13 Controversy.
Other recipient includes Bill Pugsley.
28 2006, October
Subjects: Box 13 Controversy, Governor Price Daniel campaign, illegal gambling. Includes a copy of a letter to Judge Mark Davidson on the Box 13 Controversy and a copy of the oath to the Lieutenant Governor administered to Lt. Governor Bill Hobby.
29 2006, December
Subjects: Oral History with Justice Greenhill, Railroad Commission v. City of Austin, HL and P v. Brown, City of Austin v. HL and P.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky and Bill Pugsley.
30 2007, January
Subjects: Sweatt v. Painter, segregation of Mexican-Americans.
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley and Bill Greenhill.
31 2007, February
Subjects: Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson's 2007 State of the Judiciary Speech, alternative dispute resolution. Includes a copy of a letter to Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson about the speech and a copy of Jefferson's speech.
32 2007, March
Subjects: Texas State Law Library
33 2007, March
Subjects: Justice Greenhill's nomination for the Professionalism Award for the 5th Circuit of the Inns of Court. Includes copies of letters of support from Hon. Wallace B. Jefferson, Sen. John Cornyn, Hon. Nathan L. Hecht, Harriet E. Miers, Hon. Thomas M. Reavley, Hon. Will Garwood, Hon. Lee Yeakel, Greg Abbott, Hon. Harriet O'Neill, Hon. Scott Brister, Harry M. Whittington, Lloyd P. Lochridge, Jr., Johnny Sutton, David B. Brooks, Marcelino Estrada, Rev. J. Patrick Hazel, and Larry F. York.
34 2007, July
Subjects: Tarlton Library's "Justices of Texas 1836-1936" website, opinions in which defendants were discharged for technical reasons.
35 2007, August
Subjects: Thurgood Marshall Law School's application for re-approval by the ABA, Sweatt v. Painter. Includes copies of correspondence to Thurgood Marshall Law School.
Other recipient includes Bill Pugsley.
36 2007, September
Subjects: Ross Dougherty. Includes copies of newspaper clippings and correspondence regarding the judicial appointment of Judge Ross E. Doughty, as well as materials from the swearing in ceremony.
37 2008, April
Subjects: Greenhill Golf Tournament. Includes a copy of a letter ot Cynthia L. Fountaine, Intermin Dean and Professor of Law at Texas Weslayan University, about the tournament and a pamphlet for the event.
38 2008, April
Subjects: Mark Yudof's swearing in.
39 2008, April-May
Subjects: Texas and the death penalty. Includes copies of correspondence with Judge Ben Z. Grant about the death penalty in Texas.
Other recipient includes Bill [Pugsley].
Pugsley, Bill 2005-2007
Box folder
Greenhill 1 40 2005, December
Subjects: Justice Will Wilson. Contains a photocopy of Will Wilson's obituary.
Other recipients include Judge Mark Davidson, Professor Joseph W. McKnight, and Roy Mersky.
41 2006, February
Subjects: Judge K.K. Woodley, Governor Moody, and Governor Jester. Includes photocopies of Woodley's handwritten notes.
Other recipients include Roy Mersky and Jane D. Louis.
42 2006, April
Subjects: Seperate writings on ungranted writs (petitions for review) and mandamus, Texaco v. Pennzoil.
Other recipients include Dylan Drummond, Roy Mersky, Professor Joe McKnight, Stephen Tipps, Professor Wayne Scott, Hon. Mark Davidson, and Barry K. Bishop.
43 2006, May
Subjects: Texaco v. Pennzoil.
Other recipients include Dylan Drummond, Roy Mersky, Professor Joe McKnight, Stephen Tipps, Professor Wayne Scott, Hon. Mark Davidson, Barry K. Bishop, Joe Greenhill Jr., and Bill Greenhill.
44 2007, June
Subjects: Early History of Briefing Attorney Program, Clarence Guittard. Includes copies of Justice Greenhill's order and letter of appointment as a briefing attorney
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley and Bill Greenhill.
45 2007, June
Subjects: History of the Court; Ethics, lawyer advertising, and cameras in the courtroom. Includes a photocopy of the cover of the Amicus Curiae Brief of Texas Optometric Association in the case of Dr. John E. Kee, et al v. Dr. W.F. Babaer, et al.
Other recipients include Bill Pugsley and Bob Dabney.
46 2007, June
Subjects: Texas Supreme Court and rules of civil procedure, rules of venue and general administration, work of the Texas Supreme Court with the State Bar on rules.
Other recipients include Stephen Tipps, Tom Phillips, Joseph McKnight, Hon, Jack Pope, Roy Mersky, and Bob Dabney.
47 2007, October
Subjects: Late filing following the Kennedy assasination, late filing rejected by Judge Sharon Keller in a death penalty case.
Other recipient includes Roy Mersky.
Widener, Mike 1997-2005
Box folder
Greenhill 1 48 1997, April
Subjects: The memorials of Justices Hickman, Garwood, and Hart, Luttes v. State, Sweatt v. Painter, Plessey v. Ferguson, Brown v. Board.
Other recipients include Larry York and Roy Mersky.
49 1999, June
Subjects: Justice Greenhill's final report as the president of the Texas Supreme Court Historical Society, Greenhill's time as a law clerk, golf story. Includes a copy of the report.
50 2000, September
Subjects: book by Pamela Brandwein, Sweatt v. Painter and Brown v. Board.
51 2005, March
Subjects: Plaque honoring Heman Sweatt attended by Justice Greenhill, Sweatt v. Painter. Includes copy of news article about the plaque ceremony.
Other recipients include Barry Bishop and Bill Pugsley.

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Photographs circa 1934-[2007]

General circa 1934-[2007]
Box folder
Greenhill 2 1 Governor and [Pita] Clements, Governor and [Janiee] Briscoe, Joe and Martha Greenhill, Undated
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
2 Jaworski and Greenhill, Undated
Greenhill and Jaworski at the Dedication of the Texas State Bar Building. One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
3 Judge Calvert and Justice Greenhill, Undated
One black and white photograph printout. 8.5 x 11 in. Possibly taken at a meeting or seminar. Includes cover letter by Justice Greenhill.
4 Judge Calvert and Justice Greenhill, Undated
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
5 Justice Greenhill, Judge Pope, [Bill Greenhill], and [Joe Greenhill, Jr.], Undated
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
6 Justice Greenhill and Chief Justice Rehnquist, Undated
Shows Justice Greenhill receiving the Warren Burger Society and portrait from Chief Justice Rehnquist. One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
7 Judge Jack Pope, Undated
One black and white photograph, 5 x 7 in.
8 Southern Methodist University: Leon Jaworski, Dean R.G. Stones, and Justice Greenhill, Undated
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
9 State of the Judiciary Message, Texas Legislature: Justice Greenhill, Undated
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
10 Justice John Sharp, Chief Justice Calvin Maple Cureton, and Justice William Pierson, circa 1934 or 1935
One black and white photograph, 11 x 8.5 in.
11 Senator Roger Kelly, James R. Norvell, Mabel Norvell, and Governor W. Leo Daniel, 1940
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. Includes copies of a cover letter by Justice Greenhill and response from Mike Widener.
12 Texas Supreme Court Justices on Deer Hunt, 1957
Three photograph printouts, 11 x 8.5 in. Includes an undated note by Justice Greenhill to Roy Mersky about the photograph.
Shows Judges St. John Garwood, James R. Norvell, Clyde Smith, Robert W. Hamilton, Joe R. Greenhill, Robert W. Calvert, and the head of Texas DPS, Homer Garrison.
13 Justice Greenhill, Chief Justice Calvert, and Leon Jaworski, 1961
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
14 Justice Greenhill and Judge Ruel Walker in Justice Greenhill's Office Library, 1974, January
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
15 Justice Greenhill, Justice Tom Clark, and DeWitt Hale, 1974, February
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in. and One black and white photograph printout
16 State of the Judiciary Message with Governor Clements, Speaker Clayton, Lt. Governor Hobby, Senator Snelson, Representative Bill Healtey, and Ben Grant 1979, January
1 black and white photo, 10 x 8 in.
17 Justice Greenhill and Governor Clements at the Seminar on Criminal Justice, 1981
1 color photo, 8 x 5 in.
Texas State Supreme Court Formal Group Photographs 1957-[Mid 1990s]
Box folder
Greenhill 2 18 Texas State Supreme Court, Undated
Black and white photograph shows Judges Hamilton, Zollie Steakley, Jr., Jack Pope, Thomas Morrow Reavley, Ruel Charlie Walker, Meade Griffin, Robert Calvert, Clyde E. Smith, Sr., and Joe Greenhill Sr. First color photograph shows Price Daniel, Ruel Charlie Walker, Jack Pope, Sears McGee, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Thomas Morrow Reavley, Sam Johnson, Jr., Zollie Steakly, and James Gray Denton. Second color photograph shows Price Daniel, Sears McGree, Jack Pope, Ruel Charlie Walker, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Zollie Steakly, Thomas Morrow Reavley, James Gray Denton, and Sam Johnson, Jr.
One black and white photograph and one color photograph, 10 x 8 in. One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
19 The Hickman Court, 1957
Shows Justices Norvell, Culver, Calvert, Garwood, Hickman, Griffin, Smith, Walker, and Greenhill.
Two black and white photograph printouts, 8.5 x 11 in.
20 Texas State Supreme Court in Capital Building, 1959, February
Shows Joe Greenhill, Sr., Ruel Charlie Walker, Clyde E. Smith, John E. Hickman, Robert Calvert, Frank Culver, James Norvell, and Robert Hamilton.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
21 Justices Walker, Calvert, and Greenhill, 1972
May have been taken at Judge Calvert's resignation speech.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. and one black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
22 Texas State Supreme Court, 1972
Shows James Gray Denton, Thomas Morrow Reavley, Ruel Charlie Walker, Zollie Steakly, Jack Pope, Robert Calvert, Sears McDee, Price Daniel, and Joe Greenhill, Sr.
One color photograph, 10 x 8 in.
23 Texas State Supreme Court, 1972, January
Shows James Gray Denton, Thomas Morrow Reavley, Ruel Charlie Walker, Zollie Steakly, Jack Pope, Robert Calvert, Sears McDee, Price Daniel, and Joe Greenhill, Sr.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
24 Texas State Supreme Court, 1972, May
Shows Zollie Steakly, Joe Greehill, Sr., Robert Hamiliton, Jack Pope, Ruel Charlie Walker, Meade Griffin, Robert Calvert, Clyde E. Smith, and James Norvell.
One black and white photograph, 10 x 8 in.
25 Texas State Supreme Court, 1972, October
Shows James Gray Denton, Thomas Morrow Reavley, Ruel Charlie Walker, Zollie Steakly, Jack Pope, Hawthorne Philips, Sears McDee, Price Daniel, and Joe Greenhill, Sr.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
26 Texas State Supreme Court, 1972, December
Shows James Gray Denton, Thomas Morrow Reavley, Ruel Charlie Walker, Zollie Steakly, Jack Pope, Hawthorne Philips, Sears McDee, Price Daniel, and Joe Greenhill, Sr.
One color photograph, 10 x 8 in.
27 Texas State Supreme Court and Its Briefing Attorneys, 1975, June
Shows Larry Hyden, David Pittard, Price Daniel, Sears McGee, John Howell, Dan Sheehan, Jack Pope, Tom Phillips, Ruel Charlie Walker, Doug Owen, Joe Greenhill, Sr., George Bowles, Zollie Steakly, Bill Finkelstein, Tom Reavley, Steve Paxton, James Denton, Don Willis, and Samuel Johnson, Jr.
One color photograph, 10 x 8 in.
28 Texas State Supreme Court and Its Briefing Attorneys, 1975, June
Shows Larry Hyden, David Pittard, Price Daniel, Sears McGee, John Howell, Dan Sheehan, Jack Pope, Tom Phillips, Ruel Charlie Walker, Doug Owen, Joe Greenhill, Sr., George Bowles, Zollie Steakly, Bill Finkelstein, Tom Reavley, Steve Paxton, James Denton, Don Willis, and Samuel Johnson, Jr.
One color photograph, 10 x 8 in.
29 Texas State Supreme Court, 1976, June,
Shows Zollie Steakly, James Denton, Thomas Morrow Reavley, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Sears McGee, Sam Johnson, Jr., Jack Pope, Price Daniel, and Ross E. Doughty, Jr.
Two color photograph printouts, 11 x 8.5 in.
30 Texas State Supreme Court, 1978, July
Shows Price Daniel, Charles W. Barrow, Zollie Steakly, Joe Greenhill, Sr., James Denton, Sears McGee, Jack Pope, Jamuel Johnson, Jr., and Terrell Claude Chadick.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
31 Texas State Supreme Court, 1979, December,
Shows Zollie Steakly, Sears McGee, Samuel Johnson, Jr., Robert Campbell, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Jack Pope, Charles Barrow, Franklin Spears, and James Denton.
One color photograph, 10 x 8 in.
32 Texas State Supreme Court, 1979, December
Shows James Wallace, Franklin Spears, Charles Barrow, Jack Pope, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Sears McGee, Robert Campbell, Cread L. Ray, and Ruby Kless Sondock.
One color photograph printout. 8 x 10 in.
33 Texas State Supreme Court, 1979, December,
Shows Zollie Steakly, Sears McGee, Samuel Johnson, Jr., Robert Campbell, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Jack Pope, Charles Barrow, Franklin Spears, and James Denton.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
34 Texas State Supreme Court, 1982, October
Shows James Wallace, Franklin Spears, Charles Barrow, Jack Pope, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Sears McGee, Robert Campbell, Cread L. Ray, and Ruby Kless Sondock.
One color photograph 8 x 10.
35 Texas State Supreme Court, 1982, October
Shows James Wallace, Franklin Spears, Charles Barrow, Jack Pope, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Sears McGee, Robert Campbell, Cread L. Ray, and Ruby Kless Sondock.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
36 Texas State Supreme Court, 1982, October
Shows James Wallace, Franklin Spears, Charles Barrow, Jack Pope, Joe Greenhill, Sr., Sears McGee, Robert Campbell, Cread L. Ray, and Ruby Kless Sondock.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
37 Justices Enoch, Wilson, Hightower, Phillips, Spector, Cornyn, and Greenhill, [Mid 1990's]
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
Swearing In of Judge Joe R. Greenhill, Jr. 1957-1972
Box folder
Greenhill 2 38 Swearing In of Justice Greenhill, with Chrys Doughty, Harry [Shuford], Jake Jaconsen, Jesse P. Luton, [Ju Hammett], Undated
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
39 Justice Greenhill Induction, 1957
Ireland Graves speaking, Violet, Joe Jr., Martha and Bill Greenhill seated.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
40 Swearing In of Justice Greenhill as Chief Justice 1972, October
Sharon Greenhill, former wife of Joe Greenhill, Jr., and Ira Butler visible.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
41 Ira Butler Representing Justice Greenhill to the Court as Chief Justice, 1972, October
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
42 Justices Denton, Reavley, Walker, Greenhill, Pope, and McGee, 1972, October
Taken after Justice Greenhill was sworn in as Chief Justice.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. and one black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.
43 Texas Supreme Court, Swearing In of Justice Greenhill as Chief Justice, 1972, October
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
Swearing In and Induction Ceremonies for Others 1965-[1987]
Box folder
Greenhill 2 44 Justices Hamilton and Pope at Pope's Swearing In, 1965
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. and one black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.
45 Swearing In of Former Governor Price Daniel as a Judge, 1971
Shows Price Daniel and Justice Greenhill.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
46 Bill Greenhill's Swearing In as a Lawyer, [1972]
Shows Bill Greenhill and Justice Greenhill, Sr.
One black and white photograph, 9 x 6.5 in.
47 Justice Greenhill Swears In Governor Dolph Briscoe, 1973, January 16,
Mrs. Greenhill and Lyndon Baines Johnson in lower right corner.
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. and one color photograph, 8 x 10 in.
48 Judges Daniel and Barrow, 1977
Taken just after Charles Barrow was sworn in.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. and one black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.
49 Justices Denton, Reavley, Greenhill, and Pope, 1977
Taken at swearing in of Charles Barrow.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in. and one black and white photograph, 8 x 10 in.
50 Swearing In of Governor Clements, 1979
Shows Governor Clements, Justice Greenhill, and an unidentified woman.
One black and white photo, 10 x 8 in.
51 Mr. and Mrs. Whillingston and Mr. and Mrs. Phillips at the Phillips Induction, [1987]
One color photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
The Greenhill Family 1943, 1958
Box folder
Greenhill 2 52 Justice Greenhill and Martha Out at Long Beach, 1943
One black and white photocopy, 11 x 8.5 in.
53 Greenhill Family, 1958
Shows Violet, Joe Jr., Bill, Justice Greenhill, and Martha.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.
54 Greenhill Family, 1958
Shows Joe Jr., Bill, Justice Greenhill with rifles, and Martha.
One black and white photograph printout, 11 x 8.5 in.

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Creative Works 1970-2005

Addresses, Speeches and Remarks 1970-2005
Box folder
Greenhill 2 55 A.A. White Dispute Resolution Luncheon Honoring Joe R. Greenhill, Retired Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court, 1993, June 9
Four Seasons Hotel, Houston, Texas. Introduction of Justice Greenhill by Frank G. Evans, retired Chief Justice, 1st Court of Appeals; “Response to Introduction by Judge Frank Evans” by Justice Greenhill. With cover letter from Justice Greenhill to Mike Widener, 1995 Oct. 5.
56 Address by Justice Greenhill to the Meeting of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel, State Bar Meeting, 1970
57 Baker and Botts After Hours Gathering, 1999, June 29
Speech about Golfing with Chief Justice Calvert and Dean Leon Green.
58 Historic Courtroom of the Supreme Court of Texas Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, 1994, October 11
Box folder
Greenhill 3 1 Prayer Decision of the Supreme Court of the United States, 2000, March
2 Remarks of Justice Greenhill at the Dedication of a Plaque Honoring Heman Sweatt in the 126th District Court, Travis County, Texas, 2005, February 28
Includes cover letter to Barry K. Bishop, Roy M. Mersky, and Mike Widener, dated March 2, 2005, two Attorney General opinions on the validity of separate colleges in Texas, and an unpublished concurring opinion by Justice Robert H. Jackson in Brown v. Board of Education.
3 Remarks of Justice Greenhill at the Dedication of the Price Daniel Building, 1996
Includes correspondence from Justice Greenhill to Dean Sharlot about the Price Building Dedication, as well as correspodence between Justice Greenhill and Roy Mersky about the Price Building dedication and Sweatt v. Painter.
4 Remarks on J. Chrys Dougherty, Justice John H. Sharp, and Justice Sam Johnson, 1999, November 18
Includes correspodence between Justice Greenhill and Roy Mersky about the remarks.
5 Remarks about Justice William Sears McGee at Dedication of the Portrait of Justice William Sears McGee, 2003, June 6
Includes cover letter from Justice Greenhill to Roy Mersky and Mike Widener, 2003 June 4.
6 Remarks of Justice Greenhill at Texas Southern University, 1976
7 “Should Governmental Immunity for Torts be Reexamined, and, if so, by Whom?” 1968
Includes cover letter from Justice Greenhill to Mike Widener and a copy of speech as published in Texas Bar Journal 31:11 (Dec. 22, 1968) 1036-1038, 1065-1073.
Memoires 1985-2001
Box folder
Greenhill 3 8 Oral History with Judge Greehill about Violet Greenhill, 1985, May 22
Justice Greenhill interviewed by Debbie Wean, on the work of his mother to provide mental health services in Texas. Includes cover letter from Justice Greenhill to Roy Mersky and Mike Widener, January 6, 2005 and photocopy of a Houston Chronicle 1957 profile of Violet Greenhill.
9 Reminiscences of Graves Doughterty, 1999
Excerpt from manuscript of Chrys Dougherty’s book about Graves Dougherty. Includes response from Roy Mersky to Justice Greenhill.
10 The War Years, 1945, 1997, 2001
Includes a telegram from Lyndon Baines Johnson regarding Justice Greenhill's naval assignment and two cover letters to Roy Mersky and Mike Widener.
Drafts and Publications 1999-2003
Box folder
Greenhill 3 11 Barrow, Judge Charles, 2003
Biographical profile of Judge Charles Barrow. Includes cover letter and correspondence with printouts of Barrow's cases from Westlaw sent to Professor Joseph McKnight, Roy Mersky, Bill Pugsley, Ms. Katherine Blakeman and Mike Widener.
12 The Constitutional Amendment Giving Criminal Jurisdiction to the Courts of Civil Appeals and Recognizing the Inherent Power of the Supreme Court, 2002
Manuscript of article later published in Texas Tech Law Review 33:2 (2002), 377-404. Includes reprint of article, related correspondence from Justice Greenhill to Roy Mersky, Mike Widener, and Senator Ray Farabee, and response from Roy Mersky.
13 The Early Supreme Court of Texas and Some of its Justices: An Overview, 1999
Manuscript of paper for the Texas Bar Journal. Includes cover letter.
14 The Trial of Jesus Christ from a Legal Viewpoint, 2000

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Collected Works 1934-2007

Box folder
Greenhill 3 15 40th Reunion of Texas Supreme Court Briefing Attorneys, 2005
Brochure prepared by Shelly Sharpe for the 40th Reunion of the briefing attorneys of 1965-1966 of the Supreme Court of Texas. Includes cover letter.
16 "Briefs," Austin Lawyer, 2007, April
Brief announcing the awarding of the American Inns of Court Professional Award to Justice Greenhill.
17 Cactus Page Featuring Justice Greenhill, 1934
Photocopy of page. Contains a copy of the cover letter to Roy Mersky.
18 “Making History,” Austin Business Journal, 2004, Sept. 3-9
Color printout of page from the Austin Business Journal. Includes cover letter to Mike Widener.
19 “The Making of a Justice," 2000, November
Two photocopies of article by Judge Mark Davidson and Kent Rutter from the Texas Bar Journal vol. 63 no. 10.
20 Miscellaneous Periodical Clippings about Justice Greenhill, 1958, 1974
Photocopies. Contains a copy of the cover letter to Roy Mersky.
21 Remarks by Justice Wallace Jefferson on Brown v. Board of Education, May, 2004
Speech delivered at the celebration of 50th anniversary of the case at the Phillip L. Burton Scholarship Dinner in Seattle, Washington. Includes correspondence between Justice Greenhill and Mike Widener about the remarks and Justice Wallace Jefferson.
22 Thurgood Marshall Law Review, Undated
This issue was dedicated to Justice Greenhill. File contains photocopies of articles "A Tribute to Chief Justice Joe R. Greenhill" by Gwendolyn M. Bookman, and "Cheif Justice Greenhill and the Judicial Process" by Charles P. Bubany.
23 Thurgood Marshall Law Review, Spring 2003
Whole issue. Volume 28, number 2. Box Greenhill 1, Folder 23 contains correspondence referring to this issue.
24 Tribute to Chief Justice Joe R. Greenhill, [1982]
Photocopy of article by Justice Charles Barrow in edition of St. Mary's Law Review that was dedicated to Judge Greehill.

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RESTRICTED: Confidential Correspondence Files 2001, 2007

Box folder
Greenhill 4 1 RESTRICTED, 2007
Correspondence from Justice Greenhill to Roy Mersky.
2 RESTRICTED, 2001
Justice Greenhill to Officers and Directors of the Supreme Court Historical Society.

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