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Item #78774 The French Language in English and American Law, Inscribed. Sidney S. Alderman.

The French Language in English and American Law, Inscribed.

Inscribed from a Nuremberg Prosecutor to a World War II Veteran Alderman, Sidney S. [1892-1973]. The French Language in English and American Law (An Address Delivered on April 27, 1944, To the Washington, D.C., Chapter of France Forever.) [S.l.]: Privately Printed, [1944]. 22 pp. Stapled pamphlet in stiff printed wrappers. Light toning, light soiling to exterior, pencil annotations to pp. 7 and 22, presentation inscription "Mr. James G. Gidding/ To foster interest in words,/ the only tools of our trade./ With regards,/ Sidney S. Alderman" dated 9/30/50 to front wrapper. $250. * Alderman, a North Carolina lawyer and veteran of World War I, served as Associate Trial Counsel for the United States during the Nuremberg Trials. This copy of his address discussing the legacy of the French language in Anglo-American law is inscribed to James G. Gidding, a World War II veteran who worked for Southern Railway System at the same time as Alderman. OCLC locates 7 copies, 4 in law libraries (University of Iowa, Indiana University, Harvard, Duke).

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