James Patrick Bernard Duffy Papers

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James Patrick Bernard Duffy Papers
Creator: Duffy, James P. B. (James Patrick Bernard), 1878-1969
Call Number: A.D85
Dates: 1912-1968
Physical Description: 7 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Content List
Box 1:
Box 2:
Box 3:
Box 4:
Box 5:
Box 6:
Box 7: 6 Printed Books.
Collection Overview
Title: James Patrick Bernard Duffy Papers
Creator: Duffy, James P. B. (James Patrick Bernard), 1878-1969
Call Number: A.D85
Dates: 1912-1968
Physical Description: 7 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
James Patrick Bernard Duffy, lawyer, businessman, congressman and judge, was born in Rochester, New York, on November 25th, 1878. He was educated at Nazareth Hall, Rochester, and the Rochester Free Academy; he graduated from Georgetown University in 1901 and in 1904, having graduated from Harvard Law School, began practicing law. He entered business at the request of his father and from 1911 to 1932 managed the Duffy-Powers department store in Rochester. He served as a Congressman in 1935 and 1936 and on the State Supreme Court Bench in 1937, after which he returned to his law practice which he continued until his death in Rochester on January 8th 1969.

Scope and Content
The collection includes personal diaries containing detailed daily accounts; miscellaneous notebooks and pads containing lecture notes, "out of pocket expenses," miscellaneous material; and a number of printed books primarily on the Impeachment of H.L. Ritter, a district judge of the United States for the southern district of Florida.

Subject(s):
New York (State)--Rochester
Diaries
Lectures
Duffy, James P. B. (James Patrick Bernard), 1878-1969
Ritter, Halsted L. (Halsted Lockwood), 1868-1951
Lawyers
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was presented to the University of Rochester Library from his estate on August 15, 1969, by his nephew E. James Hickey and Miss C. Marie Blackwood, Executrix. The 1952 diary was received from E. James Hickey, June 17, 1983.Access
The James Patrick Bernard Duffy Papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], James Patrick Bernard Duffy Papers, A.D85, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Administrative Information
Author: Finding aid prepared by Rare Books and Special Collections staff
Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Address:
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Second Floor, Room 225
Rochester, NY 14627-0055
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Content List
Contents:
Box 1:
Box 1Diary, January 1914-December 1914
Box 1Diary, January 1931 - December 1931
Box 1Diary, January 1933 - December 1933
Box 1Diary, January 1934 - December 1934
Box 1Diary, January 1935 - December 1935
Box 1Diary, January 1936 - December 1936
Box 1Diary, January 1937 - December 1937
Box 1Diary, January 1938 - December 1938
Box 1Diary, January 1940 - December 1940
Box 1Diary, January 1941 - December 1941
Box 1Diary, January 1942 - December 1942
Box 1Diary, January 1943 - December 1943
Box 1Diary, January 1944 - December 1944
Box 1Diary, January 1945 - December 1945
Box 1Diary, January 1946 - December 1946
Box 1Diary, January 1947 - December 1947
Box 1Diary, January 1948 - December 1948
Box 1Diary, January 1949 - December 1949
Box 1Diary, January 1951 - December 1951
Box 1Diary, January 1951 - December 1951
Box 1Diary, January 1951 - December 1951
Diary, January 1952 - December 1952
Box 1Diary, January 1954 - December 1954
Loose leaves in box. 1912,1913 1915.
Comments on weather of the day and a few notes.
Diaries of 1914,1916 1917.
Entries almost every day, though not in such detail as later.
Diaries of 1933-1952 1954.
All containing detailed personal accounts of each day, newspaper clippings of deaths, poems, prayers, etc.
Pedometer readings in: 1943-45, 1947, 1949, 1950 1954. 1946-1952 1954: accounts sparse, less detailed.
Box 2:
Box 2, Volume 1National Surety Corporation Daybook, 1940
Box 2, Volume 2National Surety Corporation Daybook, 1941
Box 2, Volume 3Attorney's Diary, 1941
Box 2, Volume 4Attorney's Diary, 1942
Box 2, Volume 5Attorney's Diary, 1943
Box 2, Volume 6Attorney's Diary, 1944
Box 2, Volume 7Attorney's Diary, 1945
Box 2, Volume 8Attorney's Diary, 1946
Box 2, Volume 9Attorney's Diary, 1947
Box 2, Volume 10Attorney's Diary, 1948
Box 2, Volume 11Attorney's Diary, 1949
Box 2, Volume 12Attorney's Diary, 1950
Box 3:
Box 4, Volume 1Attorney's Diary, 1952
Box 4:
Box 4, Volume 1Attorney's Diary, 1959
Box 4, Volume 2Attorney's Diary, 1960
Includes additional newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 3Attorney's Diary, 1961
Box 4, Volume 4Weekly Planner, 1955
Includes letters, notes, advertisements, and newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 5Personal Appointment Calendar, 1965
Includes separate notes in the front pocket.

Box 4, Volume 6Personal Appointment Calendar, 1966
Includes separate notes, envelopes, and newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 7Personal Appointment Calendar, 1967
Includes separate notes, newspaper clippings, and religious materials.

Box 4, Volume 8Personal Appointment Calendar, 1968
Includes postcards and religious materials.

Box 4, Volume 9New York Lawyer's Diary, 1953
Includes separate religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 10New York Lawyer's Diary, 1955
Includes religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 11New York Lawyer's Diary, 1956
Includes separate religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 12New York Lawyer's Diary, 1957
Includes separate religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 13New York Lawyer's Diary, 1958
Includes separate religous newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 14New York Lawyer's Diary, 1960
Includes separate religous newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 15New York Lawyer's Diary, 1961
Includes separate religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 16New York Lawyer's Diary, 1962
Includes separate religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 17New York Lawyer's Diary, 1963
Includes separate religious newspaper clippings.

Box 4, Volume 18New York Lawyer's Diary, 1964
Includes separate religous newspaper clippings.

Box 5:
Box 5, Volume 1Appointment Diary, 1962
Box 6:
Box 6, Volume 1"Superior Disability Insurance" Notebook, Undated
Box 6, Volume 2Date Book, Undated
Box 6, Volume 3Ledger, 1896
Box 6, Volume 4Untitled Notebook, March 21, 1936
Includes words and definitions.

Box 6, Volume 5"Standard Memorandum Filler" Paper with Binding, August 20, 1938
Box 6, Volume 6"The Spiral Note Book", 1959
Box 6, Volume 7"A Line A Day" Note Book, 1900s
Box 6, Volume 8Desk Diary, 1959
Includes separate notes and newspaper clippings.

Box 6, Volume 9"A Personal Book for Executives", 1927
Includes map.

Box 6, Volume 10"Daily Reminder", 1935
Box 6, Volume 11-16Address Books (6), Undated
Box 6, Volume 17"Grave Yard Stone Records" Note Book, Undated
Box 6, Volume 18Ledger, Undated
Includes newspaper clippings and religious materials.

Box 6, Volume 19-51Tax Ledgers (3s), 1936-1954
Box 6, Volume 52-72"American Bar Association" Annual Meeting Note Books (22), 1952-1966
Box 6, Volume 73-74Miscellaneous Notebooks (2), Undated
Box 7: 6 Printed Books.
Pursuant to House Resolution 163. (Seventy-Third Congress)
2. Proceedings of the United States Senate in the Trial of Impeachment of Halsted L. Ritter, United States District Judge for the Southern District of Florida. Seventy-Fourth Congress, Second Session, March 10 to April 17, 1936.
3. Conduct of Halsted L. Ritter, United States District Judge, Southern District of Florida. Hearing before the Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives. Pursuant to H. Res. 163 (Seventy-Third Congress).
4. The Power of the President to Remove Federal Officers. Senate Document No. 174. 69th Congress, 2d Session.
5. Sovereign Military Order of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem and Malta. The Official General Roll of the Grand Magistery, 1949.
6. A Daily Thought From the Writings of the Rev. Fr. Dignam, S.J.


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