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Collection Number: 05518

Collection Title: Raymond B. Mallard Papers, 1937-1970s

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Size 24.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 12,500 items)
Abstract Raymond Bowden Mallard was born in Faison, N.C., in 1908. He was an attorney, state legislator, North Carolina Superior Court judge, and first chief judge of the North Carolina State Court of Appeals. Mallard died in 1979 in Tabor City, N.C. The collection documents Raymond B. Mallard's judicial career and related civic activities. Materials include correspondence; briefs and other legal documents for a variety of cases, most of which probably duplicate the official records that are filed with the North Carolina Court System; writings; court notes; his diary from the Superior Court special terms of 1964; informal notes and annotations on envelopes and other materials; speeches; newspaper clippings; and photographs, including a few relating to the civil rights protests in Chapel Hill, N.C. The bulk of the materials documents Mallard's judicial career on the North Carolina Superior Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Topics include the establishment and function of the Court of Appeals; the trials stemming from the civil rights demonstrations in Chapel Hill; the North Carolina Civil Rights Advisory Committee's reports on African American participation in instrumentalities of justice and voting history; judicial responsibility for protection of rights of the defendant in high profile cases; preparation and delivery of jury charges; inherent powers of the courts of North Carolina; the Henderson Cotton Mills trials; conflicts with the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI); inmate requests for parole and Mallard's opinions on criminal recidivism; his interest in student activism on campus; and the North Carolina Bar Association position on legal aid clinics. The collection also documents Mallard's early work as an attorney for the town of Tabor City, N.C., and board of trustee matters at Pembroke State College, including the conflict over administrative decisions and planning that purportedly diminished the roles and presence of Native Americans at the school.
Creator Mallard, Raymond B.
Language English
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Raymond B. Mallard Papers #5518, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Transferred from Danny Moody, on behalf of the North Carolina Supreme Court Historical Society in February 2012 (Acc. 101566).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Raymond Bowden Mallard was born in Faison, N.C., on 20 February 1908 to J.R. Mallard and Eva Bowden Mallard. He was an attorney, state legislator, North Carolina Superior Court judge, and first chief judge of the North Carolina State Court of Appeals. His grandfather, S.A. Bowden, was a farmer and friends with a number of lawyers in the community and was influential in Mallard's interest in law.

Mallard earned a law degree from the Wake Forest College School of Law in 1931. From 1931 to 1955, he practiced law in a number of public offices. In 1939, Mallard was elected as a Democrat to the North Carolina State House of Representatives, where he served for a single session then chose not to run for reelection. During World War II, he enlisted at Fort Bragg, N.C., and served one year in the United States Army.

In July 1955, Mallard was appointed by North Carolina Governor Luther Hodges as judge of the Superior Court, where he served twelve years in various locations within the state. During this time, he presided over several historically significant trials in North Carolina, including the Henderson strike trials in 1959, involving eight union men accused of plotting to cripple the Harriet-Henderson Cotton Mills in Vance County, N.C. In 1964, he presided over a series of trespassing cases involving civil rights demonstrations in Chapel Hill, N.C.

In July 1967, Mallard was appointed to the North Carolina Court of Appeals and was immediately named the court's first chief judge. He served in that capacity until the announcement of his retirement on August 1973 and was then named Emergency Judge of the Court of Appeals, taking cases as his health permitted. During his long career as a jurist, Mallard was known for running his courtroom with an iron fist but a fair hand.

In 1935, Mallard married Lula McGougan Mallard. He and his wife had one daughter, Anne Elizabeth Sanders. Raymond B. Mallard died 20 July 1979 in Tabor City, N.C.

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The Raymond B. Mallard Papers document his judicial career and related civic activities. Materials include correspondence; briefs and other legal documents, most of which probably duplicate the official records that are filed with the North Carolina Court System; writings; handwritten and typewritten court notes; his diary from the Superior Court special terms of 1964; informal notes and annotations on envelopes and other materials; speeches given to the judges' conference, bar and other legal associations, church groups, and various civic organizations; newspaper clippings; and photographs, including some relating to the civil rights protests in Chapel Hill, N.C. Materials collectively suggest that Mallard placed the rule of law above all else.

Correspondence files concern routine legal matters and include letters to and from judges, lawyers, and inmates, regarding appeals, petitions, advice, and recommendations. Subject files chiefly document Mallard's judicial career on the North Carolina Superior Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Topics include the establishment and function of the Court of Appeals; illustrative Superior Court cases; Superior Court special term trials stemming from the civil rights demonstrations in Chapel Hill; the North Carolina Civil Rights Advisory Committee's report on African American participation in instrumentalities of justice; judicial responsibility for protection of rights of the defendant in high profile cases; preparation and delivery of jury charges; and inherent powers of the courts of North Carolina. Subject files also document Mallard's early work as an attorney for the town of Tabor City, N.C., reconciling city statutes and contracts with state laws; board of trustee matters at Pembroke State College, including the conflict between President Walter J. Gale and Trustee Elmer Lowery over administrative decisions and planning that purportedly diminished the roles and presence of Native Americans at the school; and his interest in student activism on campus.

Envelope files consist of notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, reports, pamphlets, and other materials that Mallard filed in envelopes annotated with a numbered classification system that he created, as well as his brief descriptions of the contents. Mallard's personal feelings on a given topic, such as civil disobedience or race relations, to some extent can be gleaned from these descriptions and from his notes and annotations on other materials enclosed in the envelopes. The materials chiefly relate to matters of the North Carolina Court of Appeals; the North Carolina Superior Court; the North Carolina Office of the Board of Paroles; the North Carolina State Bar Association; and Pembroke State College. Topics include the establishment and function of the North Carolina Court of Appeals; the Harriet & Henderson Cotton Mills trials; the Chapel Hill, N.C., civil rights demonstrations trials; conflicts with the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI); the Frank Joseph Rinaldi murder trial; a special investigation of Floyd B. McKissick by the SBI; judicial appointees, including Mallard, to the North Carolina courts; Mallard's sensitivity to criticism by the press; inmate requests for parole and Mallard's opinions on criminal recidivism; the North Carolina Bar Association's position on legal aid clinics; the North Carolina Civil Rights Advisory Committee's reports on African American voting history; and Mallard's retirement. There is also a considerable amount of routine correspondence, chiefly collegial exchanges with judges, attorneys, and government officials.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971.

About 1,200 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetically by year.

Chiefly routine letters to and from judges and lawyers, and from inmates in state prisons, regarding appeals, petitions, advice, and recommendations.

Folder 1

1967-1968: A #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 1

Folder 2

1967-1968: B #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 2

Folder 3

1967-1968: C #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 3

Folder 4

1967-1968: D #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 4

Folder 5

1967-1968: E #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 5

Folder 6

1967-1968: F #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 6

Folder 7

1967-1968: G #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 7

Folder 8

1967-1968: H #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 8

Folder 9

1967-1968: I-K #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 9

Folder 10

1967-1968: L #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 10

Folder 11

1967-1968: M #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 11

Folder 12

1967-1968: N #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 12

Folder 13

1967-1968: P-Q #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 13

Folder 14

1967-1968: R #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 14

Folder 15

1967-1968: S #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 15

Folder 16

1967-1968: T #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 16

Folder 17

1967-1968: U-V #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 17

Folder 18

1967-1968: W #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 18

Folder 19

1969: A #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 19

Folder 20

1969: B #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 20

Folder 21

1969: C #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 21

Folder 22

1969: D #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 22

Folder 23

1969: E #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 23

Folder 24

1969: F #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 24

Folder 25

1969: G #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 25

Folder 26

1969: H #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 26

Folder 27

1969: I #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 27

Folder 28

1969: J #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 28

Folder 29

1969: K #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 29

Folder 30

1969: L #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 30

Folder 31

1969: M #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 31

Folder 32

1969: N #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 32

Folder 33

1969: O #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 33

Folder 34

1969: P #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 34

Folder 35

1969: R #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 35

Folder 36

1969: S #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 36

Folder 37

1970: K #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 37

Folder 38

1970: L #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 38

Folder 39

1970: R #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 39

Folder 40

1970: S #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 40

Folder 41

1970: T #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 41

Folder 42

1970: U #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 42

Folder 43

1970: V #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 43

Folder 44

1970: W #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 44

Folder 45

1970: X-Z #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 45

Folder 46

1971: A #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 46

Folder 47

1971: B #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 47

Folder 48

1971: C #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 48

Folder 49

1971: D #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 49

Folder 50

1971: E #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 50

Folder 51

1971: F #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 51

Folder 52

1971: G #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 52

Folder 53

1971: H #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 53

Folder 54

1971: J #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 54

Folder 55

1971: M #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 55

Folder 56

1971: N #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 56

Folder 57

1971: O #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 57

Folder 58

1971: P #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 58

Folder 59

1971: S #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 59

Folder 60

1971: T #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 60

Folder 61

1971: U #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 61

Folder 62

1971: W #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 62

Folder 63

1971: X-Z #05518, Series: "1. Correspondence Files, 1967-1971." Folder 63

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About 6,800 items.

Arrangement: Alphabetical.

Subject files chiefly document Raymond B. Mallard's judicial career on the North Carolina Superior Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Topics include the establishment and function of the Court of Appeals; illustrative Superior Court cases (as numbered, collated, and described by Mallard); Superior Court special terms for the trials stemming from the civil rights demonstrations in Chapel Hill, N.C.; African American participation in instrumentalities of justice; judicial responsibility for protection of rights of the defendant in high profile cases; preparation and delivery of jury charges; and inherent powers of the courts of North Carolina. Subject files also document Mallard's early work as an attorney for the town of Tabor City, N.C., reconciling city statutes and contracts with state law; board of trustee matters at Pembroke State College, including the conflict between President Walter J. Gale and Trustee Elmer Lowery over administrative decisions and planning that purportedly diminished the roles and presence of Native Americans at the school; and his interest in student activism on campus. Materials include briefs and other legal documents, most of which probably duplicate the official records that are filed with the North Carolina Court System; Mallard's writings; his own handwritten and typewritten court notes; his diary from the Superior Court special terms of 1964; examples of forms Mallard used for Court filings; newspaper clippings; speeches given to the judges' conference, bar and other legal associations, church groups, and various civic organizations; scattered correspondence, some of which is personal in nature and revealing of Mallard's thoughts on politics and morality; and a few photographs of Mallard and of the civil rights protests in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Folder 64

Certificates and Awards #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 64

Commission as a superior court judge; appreciation of service on state Democratic executive committee; membership in North Carolina Bar Association; appreciation of speech at the Masonic Luncheon Club; service in the Armed Forces during World War II.

Folder 65-68

Folder 65

Folder 66

Folder 67

Folder 68

Clippings #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 65-68

About Mallard.

Folder 69

Clippings: General #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 69

About topics of interest to Mallard, including student activism on college campuses.

Folder 70-73

Folder 70

Folder 71

Folder 72

Folder 73

Court of Appeals: General #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 70-73

Concerning opening ceremony; the Criminal Code Revision Committee; audit reports; personal correspondence.

Folder 74

Court of Appeals: Advisory Budget Commission/Sam Jones #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 74

Correspondence, notes, and other materials relating to a trip to Ocracoke, N.C.

Folder 75

Court of Appeals: Applications #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 75

Letters concerning interest in marshal, secretary, and clerk of court positions.

Folder 76

Court of Appeals: Baleiro, Aliomar #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 76

Visit by chief justice of the Supreme Court of Brazil.

Folder 77

Court of Appeals: Bobbitt, William H. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 77

Folder 78

Court of Appeals: Bolch, Thomas J. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 78

See also Series 3: Envelope: 1272 (folder 476).

Folder 79

Court of Appeals: Bowman, James C. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 79

Qualifications inquiry for hearings examiner application.

Folder 80

Court of Appeals: Broadnax, James Willard #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 80

Folder 81

Court of Appeals: Bullock, Frank #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 81

Folder 82

Court of Appeals: Carroll, William Douglas #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 82

Includes letter from Carroll to Jesse Helms requesting that his case be the subject of a WRAL editorial on problems with the judicial system.

Folder 83

Court of Appeals: Collier, Robert A. Jr. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 83

Correspondence relating to proposed changes in law on special judges.

Folder 84-85

Folder 84

Folder 85

Court of Appeals: Congratulations #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 84-85

Congratulatory correspondence and legal notepads relating to Mallard's campaign for and election to the Court of Appeals; also of note are Mallard's notes regarding a decision not to deliver a speech to the segregated Durham County Bar Association.

Folder 86

Court of Appeals: Cooper, Thomas D. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 86

Correspondence relating to Cooper's resignation as an Appeals Court judge.

Folder 87

Court of Appeals: Cowper, Albert W. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 87

Folder 88-89

Folder 88

Folder 89

Court of Appeals: Docket book, 1967-1968 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 88-89

Mallard's typewritten case summaries with some handwritten notes and his recommendations.

Folder 90-91

Folder 90

Folder 91

Court of Appeals: Docket book, 1968-1969 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 90-91

Mallard's typewritten case summaries with some handwritten notes and his recommendations.

Folder 92-93

Folder 92

Folder 93

Court of Appeals: Docket book, 1970 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 92-93

Mallard's typewritten case summaries with some handwritten notes and his recommendations.

Folder 94-95

Folder 94

Folder 95

Court of Appeals: Docket book, 1971 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 94-95

Mallard's typewritten case summaries with some handwritten notes and his recommendations.

Folder 96-98

Folder 96

Folder 97

Folder 98

Court of Appeals: Docket book, 1972 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 96-98

Mallard's typewritten case summaries with some handwritten notes and his recommendations.

Folder 99-102

Folder 99

Folder 100

Folder 101

Folder 102

Court of Appeals: Forms #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 99-102

Examples of forms Mallard used as chief judge of the Court of Appeals.

Folder 103

Court of Appeals: Habeas Corpus #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 103

Forms.

Folder 104

Court of Appeals: Harris, Shearon #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 104

Invitation to attend International Conference on Population Priorities and Options for Commerce and Industry, 1970-2000.

Folder 105

Court of Appeals: Helms, Jesse #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 105

Personal correspondence.

Folder 106

Court of Appeals: Herman Dickens v. State of North Carolina #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 106

Folder 107a-d

Court of Appeals: Index by subject #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 107a-d

Also includes rewritten index.

Folder 108

Court of Appeals: Inez Sutton v. State of North Carolina #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 108

Folder 109

Court of Appeals: Internal rules #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 109

Folder 110

Court of Appeals: Library books #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 110

Folder 111-112

Folder 111

Folder 112

Court of Appeals: Lists of cases of the North Carolina Court of Appeals disposed of in the Supreme Court #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 111-112

Folder 113

Court of Appeals: Miscellaneous cases #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 113

Legal documents (copies).

Folder 114

Court of Appeals: Narron will case #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 114

Folder 115-116

Folder 115

Folder 116

Court of Appeals: North Carolina Bar Association: Appellate Rules Study Committee #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 115-116

Reports.

Folder 117

Court of Appeals: Parker, Francis Marion #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 117

Folder 118

Court of Appeals: Petition for Writ of Prohibition #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 118

Example cases.

Folder 119

Court of Appeals: Rehearing orders #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 119

Forms.

Folder 120

Court of Appeals: Research assistants #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 120

Concerning hiring, oath, salary, duties.

Folder 121

Court of Appeals: Rountree, George Jr. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 121

Personal correspondence.

Folder 122

Court of Appeals: Rules of Practice in the North Carolina Court of Appeals #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 122

Includes Mallard's annotations.

Folder 123

Court of Appeals: Search warrant #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 123

Example cases.

Folder 124

Court of Appeals: Some communications with Supreme Court #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 124

Mallard's personal minutes of conference of judges of the Court of Appeals; rules revisions.

Folder 125

Court of Appeals: State of North Carolina v. Bertha Mae Wright, et al #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 125

Folder 126

Court of Appeals: State of North Carolina v. Lynn Earl Martin, alias Lynn Joseph Primmer, and Robert William Padgett, alias Marty Ford #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 126

Folder 127

Court of Appeals: Statistical Reports from Clerk of Court of Appeals #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 127

Folder 128-129

Folder 128

Folder 129

Court of Appeals: Superior Court Judges Conference, Myrtle Beach, S.C. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 128-129

Correspondence and research materials relating to Mallard's speech, "What the Judge Should Do and What He Must Do to Protect the Rights of the Defendant in a Trial that Generates Widespread Public Interest or Demonstrations and Disturbances."

Folder 130

Court of Appeals: Taylor, Pat; Godwin, Phillip #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 130

Invitation to joint session of the General Assembly with Governor Robert W. Scott.

Folder 131

Court of Appeals: Vaughn, Earl W. #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 131

Folder 132

Court of Appeals: Voir dire #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 132

Paper by Mallard on "Appropriate Findings of Fact Preliminary to Admission of Certain Types of Evidence" for the Committee on Continuing Judicial Education.

Folder 133

Court of Appeals: Wake Forest Jurist #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 133

Article by Mallard on the rules of practice in the North Carolina Court of Appeals, in particular the distinctions between exceptions and objections and between exceptions and assignments of error.

Folder 134

Criminal law #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 134

Reference book of North Carolina cases.

Folder 135-139

Folder 135

Folder 136

Folder 137

Folder 138

Folder 139

"Inherent Powers of the Courts of North Carolina," 1974 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 135-139

Notes, research, and correspondence relating to Mallard's article published in Wake Forest Law Review.

Folder 140

Miscellaneous #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 140

Documents with signatures of members of the Columbus County Bar and officers of the county endorsing Mallard for appointment as Resident Judge of the proposed new Judicial District of Columbus, Brunswick and Bladen Counties.

Folder 141

Municipalities, 1937-1939 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 141

Correspondence about city statutes and contracts with respect to North Carolina state law, Popular Government articles, and notes relating to Mallard's work as attorney for the town of Tabor City, N.C.

Folder 142-143

Folder 142

Folder 143

North Carolina Bar Association #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 142-143

Meeting minutes, conference materials, correspondence.

Folder 144-149

Folder 144

Folder 145

Folder 146

Folder 147

Folder 148

Folder 149

Pembroke State College, 1960-1966 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 144-149

Chiefly correspondence relating to board of trustee matters, including the conflict between President Walter J. Gale and Trustee Elmer Lowery over administrative decisions and planning that purportedly diminished the roles and presence of Native Americans at the school, and Gale's later resignation, which was initiated after investigation of his apparent use of a state vehicle for personal travel. There are also minutes from board of trustee meetings, a self-study report, faculty and student handbooks, and a few other printed materials related to summer school.

Folder 150-153

Folder 150

Folder 151

Folder 152

Folder 153

"Preparation and Delivery of Jury Charges," 1966 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 150-153

Paper by Mallard, delivered to the North Carolina Trial Judges' Seminar; also includes earlier drafts.

Folder SV-5518/1a

Reference: Notebook (part 1) #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder SV-5518/1a

A 1200-page judicial reference book with definitions and corresponding case references compiled by Mallard.

See also Series 3. Envelope Files for numerous requests for copies of this book.

Folder SV-5518/1b

Reference: Notebook (part 2) #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder SV-5518/1b

A 1200-page judicial reference book with definitions and corresponding case references compiled by Mallard.

See also Series 3. Envelope Files for numerous requests for copies of this book.

Folder SV-5518/2a

Reference: Notebook (part 1) #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder SV-5518/2a

A judicial reference book with definitions and jury charges.

Folder SV-5518/2b

Reference: Notebook (part 2) #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder SV-5518/2b

A judicial reference book with definitions and jury charges.

Folder 154

Reference: Notes #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 154

Mallard's typewritten notes on reckless driving, common nuisance, breach of warranty, conspiracy, Coltrane v. Railroad, jury charges to Warner v. Leder and J.O. Proctor & Brother v. Carolina Fertilizer & Phosphate Company et al.

Folder 155-162

Folder 155

Folder 156

Folder 157

Folder 158

Folder 159

Folder 160

Folder 161

Folder 162

Speeches #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 155-162

Texts of talks given to the judges' conference, bar and other legal associations, church groups, and various civic organizations, and related correspondence. Topics include judicial responsibility for protecting rights of a defendant in a trial that generates widespread public interest; appropriate findings of fact preliminary to admission of certain types of evidence; importance of the district court; the act establishing the court of appeals and its rules; societal values, morality, and the law; probation; resistance and submission to government in the new testament; freedom; solicitor's responsibilities in post conviction hearings and delayed trials; operation of the general court of justice; frequently observed errors of counsel in proving their case during trial and in preparing an appeal; law day; jurisdiction of district court judges and magistrates; and fundraising for the Southeastern Community College Foundation.

Folder 163

Superior Court: 1 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 163

Railroad crossing accidents; independent contractors and workmen's compensation; demurrers; liability for entrusting an automobile to a person known to be unfit.

Folder 164

Superior Court: 2 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 164

Alimony without divorce; pretrial insanity; Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act; libel; insanity as a defense to slander; divorce obtained through fraud on the court .

Folder 165-166

Folder 165

Folder 166

Superior Court: 3 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 165-166

Breach of contract for payment of materials sold and delivered, alleged failure of materials to meet specifications, and recoupment; interference with performance of contract; horseplay and undue roughness as civil assault; county prisoners time off; landlord and tenant breach of lease; liability of common carrier and warehouseman for negligence; penalty or liquidated damages.

Folder 167

Superior Court: 4 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 167

Order for production of documents; joint bank accounts; infamous crimes; habeas corpus ad prosequendum; telephone conversations; mechanics lien; examination of parties; taxation of telephone companies.

Folder 168

Superior Court: 5 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 168

Conspiracy to burn automobile; adverse possession; boundary dispute; nominal damages; insurance for wind damage; revocation of automobile license for habitual violation; false pretense, conspiracy; easement by implication; mental capacity and undue influence; presumption of fraud as a matter of law; owner's liability for permissive use by others.

Folder 169

Superior Court: 6 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 169

Scientific device evidence; pedestrian right of way in crosswalk when crossing with the light; willful and wanton negligence; conversion of personal property.

Folder 170

Superior Court: 7 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 170

Veterans Administration loan, failure/illegality of consideration; constitutionality of regulations of state milk commission.

Folder 171-174

Folder 171

Folder 172

Folder 173

Folder 174

Superior Court: 8 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 171-174

Mental capacity required to execute a deed; attorney contingent fees; death of a partner in a law firm; eminent domain; defective equipment; habeas corpus, coram nobis, and post conviction hearings; municipal nuisance; loss of profits; equitable estoppel; lunacy; rental value.

Folder 175

Superior Court: 9 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 175

Municipal corporation and necessary expenses.

Folder 176-177

Folder 176

Folder 177

Superior Court: 10 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 176-177

Confessions; arrests; suppression of evidence; search warrants; search and seizure; malicious prosecution.

Folder 178

Superior Court: 11 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 178

Vehicle stopping suddenly on highway; traffic lights; insulated negligence and contributory negligence.

Folder 179

Superior Court: 12 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 179

Constructive trust and resulting trust; Raleigh Savings and Loan.

Folder 180

Superior Court: 13 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 180

Invitee injured in diving into swimming pool; cemetary at Selma; arson; recoverability of medical expenses provided by government; quantum merit and breach of contract; authority of the grand jury.

Folder 181-183

Folder 181

Folder 182

Folder 183

Superior Court: 14 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 181-183

Assault inflicting serious injury; conspiracy; simple assault; willful and wanton injury to personal property; riot; attempt to commit crime; conspiracy; assault with a deadly weapon; dictaphone or dictagraph evidence; wiretapping and other electronic hearing devices; contempt; assault on a female; resisting arrest; armed robbery; conspiracy; entrapment; circumstantial evidence. Also includes Judge Williams charge on rioting and unlawful assembly in Cole/Ku Klux Klan case in Robeson County, N.C.

Folder 184-185

Folder 184

Folder 185

Superior Court: 14A-B #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 184-185

Accessory before the fact of murder in the first degree; conspiracy (Brewer Burch); production of records; criminal liability of corporations; bill of particulars.

Folder 186-188

Folder 186

Folder 187

Folder 188

Superior Court: 15 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 186-188

Liability of occupant of business building for injury to invitee; sale of timber on wrong land; bus company negligence, church law; voting rights; mental anguish; contributory negligence of a nine year old; withdrawal from dedication and closing of roads; school assignment and consolidation; prohibition laws; consolidated trials; production of documents in federal court; permissive use and withdrawal thereof; criminal trespass (civil rights).

Folder 189-191

Folder 189

Folder 190

Folder 191

Superior Court: 16 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 189-191

Insurance policy; permissive use and liability; gas explosion; parolee arrest and bond; involuntary manslaughter (culpable negligence); rape; bail in a capital case; traffic violation in funeral procession; contributory negligence; material misrepresentation; bills and notes consideration; religious society and cemetery; rental contract of personalty.

Folder 192

Superior Court: 17 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 192

Boundary lines; death pronounced after seven year absence; seniority, collective bargaining, discrimination in labor union contract.

Folder 193-194

Folder 193

Folder 194

Superior Court: 18 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 193-194

Physician liability/malpractice; attorney fees; estate matters; when elevator goes in area not invited; suppression of evidence, failure of due process, perjured testimony relied upon for conviction.

Folder 195

Superior Court: 19 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 195

Legislative interest; construction of statutes; Firemen's Pension Fund; unfair competition; trademarks.

Folder 196

Superior Court: 20 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 196

Nunc pro tunc in civil action; stockholder's derivative action; petitions for civil rights demonstrations to remove to federal court (1964 Hillsborough civil rights cases).

Folder 197

Superior Court: 21 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 197

Resisting arrest and obstructing a highway (1964 Hillsborough civil rights cases).

Folder 198

Superior Court: 21A #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 198

Family purpose doctrine and ownership of auto; housing authority law; unjust enrichment; adoption law and abandonment of minor.

Folder 199

Superior Court: 22 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 199

Pain and suffering as element of damages, demonstrative evidence.

Folder 200

Superior Court: 23 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 200

Wills, mental capacity and undue influence; first degree burglary and breaking and entering.

Folder 201

Superior Court: 24 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 201

Municipal ordinances, city streets, negligence of city street maintenance (rear end collision at night without lights).

Folder 202

Superior Court: 25 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 202

Shaking hands negligence; glass door accidents; traffic accident at intersections; admissions in pleadings; liability of bondsmen in criminal case; accident insurance; embracery.

Folder 203

Superior Court: General #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 203

Bladen County Superior Court calendar for 1959 criminal term, Judge Mallard presiding; 1961 report of the North Carolina Civil Rights Advisory Committee on "Participation of Negroes in the Instrumentalities of Justice in North Carolina."

Folder 204

Superior Court: Annual reports, 1958-1959, 1962-1963 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 204

Folder 205

Superior Court: Caw Caw Swamp Drainage District for Incorporation, 1965 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 205

Legal documents (copies) and Mallard's case notes.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 469 (folder 352).

Folder 206-211

Folder 206

Folder 207

Folder 208

Folder 209

Folder 210

Folder 211

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 206-211

Court transcripts; communications with the solicitor and the court reporter; letter from the North Carolina State Bar indicating that northern lawyers, "this hoard of 20th century carpetbaggers descending upon us from the North," would likely be participating in defense of civil rights activists later that year; materials relating to contempt of court charge against editor of the Daily Tar Heel; lists of defendants; briefs for the state; notable defendents include Harmon Lee Smith, William Wynn, James V. Henry, Buddy Tieger; investigative reports by the State Bureau of Investigation.

Folder 212

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Charges and judgments #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 212

Folder 213

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Commendation #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 213

Commendation of Mallard's judicial work from the Orange County Board of Commissioners and related clippings and letters.

Folder 214-215

Folder 214

Folder 215

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Diary #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 214-215

Mallard's diary of special court terms in March, April, May, and August, with description of conversations leading up to decision to hold the special terms, the conflict with the State Bureau of Investigation over Mallard's request for protection of the court at the trial, the trials, and Mallard's impressions of the political influences underlying the whole process.

Folder 216

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Envelopes #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 216

Mallard's Civil rights demonstrations trials materials were originally contained in these annotated manila envelopes.

Folder 217-219

Folder 217

Folder 218

Folder 219

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Legal notepads #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 217-219

Mallard's case notes for criminal court special terms in March, April, and August; cases revolve around trespass at Watts Grill and obstruction of traffic on 15-501 south of Chapel Hill; also included are lists of defendants, letters from jurors and their employers and doctors seeking jury duty releases, copy of an anonymous letter questioning motives of attempts by defendants to move trespass cases to federal court.

Folder 220-224

Folder 220

Folder 221

Folder 222

Folder 223

Folder 224

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Letters #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 220-224

Letters from defendants and members of their families concerning sentencing; comments from the general public; requests to be excused from jury duty; character references for Benjamin Spaulding; letters and other materials relating to State Bureau of Investigation's study of a possible threat to Judge Mallard; letters and text of a WRAL editorial commenting on Governor Sanford's commutation of demonstrators' sentences; letters concerning contempt of court charge against editor of Daily Tar Heel who characterized Judge Mallard's court room rules of decorum as "nonsensical."

Folder 225

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Miscellaneous #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 225

Newspaper clippings and articles from the American Bar Association Journal on civil rights law.

Folder 226-233

Folder 226

Folder 227

Folder 228

Folder 229

Folder 230

Folder 231

Folder 232

Folder 233

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Newspaper clippings: February-July #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 226-233

Special criminal trials held in March and April in Hillsborough, N.C., to reduce the backlog of civil rights demonstration cases (over 900 charges assessed to 200 individuals, including John Dunne, William Wynn, et al); national perspectives on civil rights protests, the riots in Harlem, and growing violence, and their potential impact on passage of the Civil Rights Bill of 1964.

Image Folder PF-5518/1

Superior Court: Civil rights demonstrations trials, 1964: Photographs, February-March #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." PF-5518/1

Images of protesters outside of Brady's Restaurant, on Franklin Street near the Carolina Coffee Shop, being carried off by police.

Folder 234

Superior Court: Erwin Mills Inc. v. Textile Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, Et al #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 234

Legal documents (copies) and Mallard's case notes.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 789, 790 (folders 408-409).

Folder 235-242

Folder 235

Folder 236

Folder 237

Folder 238

Folder 239

Folder 240

Folder 241

Folder 242

Superior Court: Forms #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 235-242

Includes Mallard's index to almost two hundred forms he used as a Superior Court judge.

Folder 243

Superior Court: Henderson Cotton Mills v. Local Union No. 584, Textile Workers Union of America (AFL-CIO), Richard (Cotton) Parrott, Floyd Ray Harp, Daisy Moser, Gilbert Clayton, Leslie (Bud) Ross, Wiley Harp, et al #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 243

Legal documents (copies).

Folder 244-245

Folder 244

Folder 245

Superior Court: North Carolina Conference of Superior Court Judges, 1964-1967 #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 244-245

Minutes and programs, papers delivered at conferences, notes, and other communications among Superior Court judges.

Folder 246

Superior Court: Post conviction hearings #05518, Series: "2. Subject Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 246

Orders denying writ of habeas corpus; grants for release and new trial; attacks on lawyer, solicitor, judge, confession; appeals on sanity, state and federal habeas corpus.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s.

About 4,500 items.

Arrangement: Numerically by envelope number.

The envelope files consist of notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches, reports, pamphlets, and other materials that Mallard filed in envelopes annotated with a numbered classification system that he created, as well as his brief descriptions of the contents. Mallard's personal feelings on a given topic, such as civil disobedience or race relations, to some extent can be gleaned from these descriptions and from his notes and annotations on other materials enclosed in the envelopes. The materials chiefly relate to matters of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the North Carolina Superior Court, the North Carolina Office of the Board of Paroles, the North Carolina State Bar Association, and Pembroke State College. Topics include the establishment and function of the North Carolina Court of Appeals; Boyd Payton, labor unions, and the Harriet & Henderson Cotton Mills trials; the trials stemming from the civil rights demonstrations in Chapel Hill, N.C.; conflicts with Walter Anderson and the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI); the Frank Joseph Rinaldi murder trial; a special investigation by the SBI of Floyd B. McKissick and his possible associations with Black Muslims and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; judicial appointees to the North Carolina courts; Mallard's sensitivity to criticism by the press, especially in Raleigh News and Observer editorials; inmate requests for parole and Mallard's opinions on criminal recidivism; legal aid clinics, such as the kind proposed by the Office of Economic Opportunity; and his retirement. There is also a considerable amount of routine correspondence, chiefly requests to copy his "notebook," a 1200-page judicial reference book with topically arranged case references; thank-you letters from community members after holding court in their locale; and other collegial exchanges with judges, attorneys, and government officials.

Folder 247

Envelope: 2 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 247

Materials for the speech to the Rotary Club Ladies Night,12 December 1957.

Folder 248

Envelope: 5 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 248

Materials for the speech to the 7th grade graduating class at Whiteville, 1941.

Folder 249

Envelope: 6 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 249

Commencement address at Indian School in Columbus County, 1955.

Folder 250

Envelope: 7 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 250

Commencement address at Evergreen High School, May 1958.

Folder 251

Envelope: 19 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 251

Commencement address at Tabor City, 7th grade, 1937.

Folder 252

Envelope: 20 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 252

Materials for the speech to the 13th District Bar, 15 December 1958.

Folder 253

Envelope: 22 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 253

Materials for the speech made to the Chadbourn Women's Club, 20 January 1959.

Folder 254

Envelope: 24 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 254

Materials for the speech at Chadbourn V.F.W., 1 February 1959.

Folder 255

Envelope: 25 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 255

Materials for the speech made to Brotherhood Ladies Night, 24 August 1959.

Folder 256

Envelope: 29 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 256

Materials for the speech to the group meeting of the Community Development Club, 13 October 1959.

Folder 257

Envelope: 30-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 257

Newspaper clippings relating to Boyd E. Payton, 1959; Henderson trials, 1961; and violence of labor unions, 1974.

Folder 258

Envelope: 33 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 258

Speech written by Mallard to be taped and broadcast over the radio on 2 November 1962.

Folder 259

Envelope: 36 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 259

Notes on miscellaneous speeches, 1960.

Folder 260

Envelope: 38 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 260

Material for Tar Heel speech, undated; speech to Lion's Club at Shallotte, N.C., 16 February 1961.

Folder 261

Envelope: 44 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 261

Materials for speech at Tar Heel High School on 21 April 1961.

Folder 262

Envelope: 52 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 262

Speech given by Mallard to the American Right of Way Association seminar in Raleigh, N.C., on 16 February 1962.

Folder 263

Envelope: 58 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 263

Correspondence with attorney David M. Britt relating to a report of the Speaker Ban Commission, 1965.

Folder 264

Envelope: 59-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 264

Correspondence and reports relating to the National Conference of Bar Examiners vetting of African American attorney Floyd B. McKissick for admission to the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., and Mallard's request for a special investigation by the State Bureau of Investigation into McKissick's possible associations with Black Muslims and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1963-1966.

Folder 265

Envelope: 59-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 265

Letter from African American attorney Floyd B. McKissick in praise of Mallard, 1957; correspondence with Frederick L. Davis concerning African American attorney Arthur Lane, 1963.

Folder 266

Envelope: 59-C #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 266

Correspondence with A. T. Spaulding, President of North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, concerning Mallard's court, 1960; letter from Mrs. Moses C. Bunt Jr., 1964; notes on a telephone call from Hugh Thompson, 1965.

Folder 267

Envelope: 62 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 267

Materials for speeches to Boy Scouts at Fair Bluff, and to District Jaycee Meeting (Eight) in Whiteville, 1965.

Folder 268

Envelope: 66 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 268

Materials for speech given to the Durham Exchange Club on crime and its causes and prevention on 10 February 1964.

Folder 269

Envelope: 68 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 269

Materials relating to politics and other topics in Durham, N.C., and speech on politics at Shallotte School, 1964.

Folder 270

Envelope: 77 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 270

Notes, newspaper clippings, and other materials for speech on Law Day in Durham, N.C., on 1 May 1964; speech to the Eastern North Carolina Law Enforcement Officers' Association on 30 April 1964; and speech to Shrine Club in Whiteville, N.C., on 12 January 1965.

Folder 271

Envelope: 87 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 271

Materials relating to Patrick Cusick's probation for his role in the Chapel Hill, N.C., civil rights demonstrations, 1963-1965.

Folder 272

Envelope: 100 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 272

Materials relating to prison department carelessness, and Board of Paroles loosing killers on society, 1963-1965.

Folder 273

Envelope: 100-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 273

Materials relating to miscellaneous parole matters, 1964.

Folder 274

Envelope: 108 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 274

Commencement address at Wake Forest College by Senator Josiah W. Bailey, 1941; Mallard's notes relating to concepts of freedom, justice, and liberty, 1956; program for Tabor City Baptist Church, 5 July 1959.

Folder 275

Envelope: 120-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 275

Letters from various individuals relating to Superior Court special terms for the civil rights demonstrations trials in Hillsborough, N.C., 1964.

Folder 276

Envelope: 120-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 276

Complimentary letters addressed to Mallard from various individuals, 1958; 1962-1963.

Folder 277

Envelope: 120-C #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 277

Complimentary letters addressed to Mallard from various individuals, 1957, 1959-1961, 1965.

Folder 278

Envelope: 120-D #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 278

Complimentary letters addressed to Mallard from various individuals, 1956, 1958, 1963-1965.

Folder 279

Envelope: 120-E #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 279

Editorial written by Mallard for Willard G. Cole denouncing the "doctrine of hate and defiance" of the Ku Klux Klan; letter of gratitude from Cole; and notes, 1951.

Folder 280

Envelope: 120-F #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 280

Miscellaneous letters from various individuals, some complimentary and others relating to cases, 1955-1957, 1962-1964.

Folder 281

Envelope: 120-G #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 281

Miscellaneous letters from various individuals, some complimentary and others relating to cases, 1962-1963.

Folder 282

Envelope: 120-H #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 282

Chiefly correspondence with Judge Frank M. Armstrong relating to the Court Reform Constitutional Amendment, 1963.

Folder 283

Envelope: 120-I #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 283

Chiefly correspondence with attorney Henry L. Anderson relating to joining the North Carolina Bar Association, 1963.

Folder 284

Envelope: 120-J #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 284

Chiefly materials relating to State of North Carolina v. Jack Austin, concerning Judge Rudolph Mintz; and a letter from Dr. Frank E. Barnes, 1960s.

Folder 285

Envelope: 125-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 285

Chiefly newspaper clippings relating to legislators and others, 1965.

Folder 286

Envelope: 125-C #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 286

Correspondence, court document, and newspaper clippings relating to State of North Carolina vs. Clarence Pugh, 1961-1962, 1965, 1965.

Folder 287

Envelope: 125-D #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 287

Orange County Commissioners resolution in praise of Mallard's service during the Superior Court special terms for the Chapel Hill, N.C., civil rights demonstrations trials in Hillsborough, N.C., 1964.

Folder 288

Envelope: 125-E #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 288

Correspondence and newspaper clippings chiefly relating to Judge Allen H. Gwyn, 1965-1966.

Folder 289

Envelope: 125-F #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 289

Letters and clippings concerning Tom Haggai, Philip F. Lewis, Judge Joseph W. Parker, and Samuel Thomas Peace, 1961, 1965.

Folder 290

Envelope: 125-I #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 290

Letter and newspaper clippings involving North Carolina State Senators Carl Mearers and D.F. McGougan Jr., 1965-1966.

Folder 291

Envelope: 125-J #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 291

Correspondence and newspaper clippings concerning Judges Eugene A. Gordon, Walter E. Johnston Jr., John McLaughlin, and Rudolph Mintz, 1964-1965.

Folder 292

Envelope: 125-K #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 292

Letters, newspaper clippings, notes, and articles chiefly relating to the Frank Joseph Rinaldi murder case, 1964-1965.

Folder 293

Envelope: 128 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 293

Eulogy by Judge Henry A. Grady in honor of James Dickson McLean, 7 December 1953; notecard of an eulogy given by Franklin D. Roosevelt for Senator George Norris.

Folder 294

Envelope: 131 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 294

Newspaper clippings, notes, addresses, and other items relating to speeches given by State Treasurer Edwin Gill and others, 1958-1961.

Folder 295

Envelope: 134 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 295

Newspaper clippings, notes, speeches, and other items relating to courts and jury trials, 1957-1960, 1963.

Folder 296

Envelope: 135 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 296

Newspaper clippings, addresses, and other items relating to speech by Governor Luther H. Hodges when Mallard was first sworn in; speeches to judicial audiences by other individuals, 1955-1956, 1959, 1965-1966.

Folder 297

Envelope: 135-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 297

North Carolina Bar articles relating to a speech by Justice Robert C. Finley, and remarks by Judge Rudolph I. Mintz, and Solicitor John J. Burney, 1959-1960.

Folder 298

Envelope: 136 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 298

Speech delivered by Sidney S. Alderman to the Bar Associaton of Robeson County, N.C., on 18 December 1953.

Folder 299

Envelope: 137 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 299

North Carolina Bar articles and newspaper clipping relating to speech on segregation given by Sam Erwin at the State Bar meeting, 1955.

Folder 300

Envelope: 156 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 300

Speech by Attorney General Malcolm B. Seawell to the Florida Society of Editors on 11 April 1959; correspondence with inmates and the Office of the Board of Paroles, 1963.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 256 (folder 320).

Folder 301

Envelope: 173-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 301

Materials include a letter, newspaper clipping, and program relating to the Legal Secretaries Association in Whiteville, N.C., 1964-1965.

Folder 302

Envelope: 187 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 302

Newspaper clippings and notes chiefly relating to Boyd Payton and Henderson Cotton Mills, and matters of pardon and amnesty, 1964-1965.

Folder 303

Envelope: 188-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 303

Materials relating to Preston Marvin Grantham v. State of North Carolina, 1965.

Folder 304

Envelope: 196 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 304

Correspondence with Wilson A. Morgan, 1965.

Folder 305

Envelope: 200-L #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 305

Notes relating to the first cases from Columbus County, N.C., appealed to the North Carolina Supreme Court.

Folder 306

Envelope: 201-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 306

Newspaper clippings, letter, notes, and postcard concerning John Ehle's The Free Men, a book about the civil rights demonstrations in Chapel Hill, N.C., and the subsequent Superior Court special term trials in Hillsborough, N.C., 1965.

Folder 307

Envelope: 201-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 307

Congratulatory letter from Robert E (Nig) Lee at the School of Law in Wake Forest College, 1955; and letter from Robert L. King at Campbell College, N.C., request for a letter of reference for a student, 1965.

Folder 308

Envelope: 205 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 308

Transcript of petition for a new trial for State of North Carolina v. Fred Jones, which had been presided over by Mallard, 1965.

Folder 309

Envelope: 211 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 309

Newspaper clipping relating to Perquimans County history; letter from Judge Walter J. Bone; and Mallard's notes on court session held in Perquimans County on 1 November 1964.

Folder 310

Envelope: 215 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 310

Investigative report of the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation relating to a perjury case, 1961; letters from attorney Marion C. George Jr., 1963, 1965.

Folder 311

Envelope: 216 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 311

Chiefly correspondence with Judge R. Hunt Parker, 1963.

Folder 312

Envelope: 217 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 312

Newspaper clippings and letters concerning Courts Commission recommendation for creation of an intermediate Court of Appeals; George M. Fountain on the the bill presented by the Courts Commission in 1965; Judge H. L. Riddle and liquor laws; editorial praising David Britt, representative from Robeson County, N.C.

Folder 313

Envelope: 218 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 313

Letters from various attorneys and others concerning conflict between Judge Bundy and Judge Riddle, 1961-1963; correspondence with Dr. Joseph W. Hooper Jr., 1965.

Folder 314

Envelope: 219 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 314

Letters from North Carolina State Bar Secretary-Treasurer Edward L. Cannon and attorney D.P. Russ Jr., 1963-1965.

Folder 315

Envelope: 220 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 315

Correspondence with Ron Johnson at East Carolina College, N.C., 1965.

Folder 316

Envelope: 224 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 316

Correspondence with an inmate relating to post-conviction matters, 1964-1965.

Folder 317

Envelope: 225 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 317

Correspondence, newspaper clipping, and a bill introduced by Senator Julian R. Allsbrook relating to alcoholism in North Carolina, 1965.

Folder 318

Envelope: 251 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 318

Mallard's notes relating to Pembroke State College and Dr. Gale; and agent James C. Lothopeich of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1965.

Folder 319

Envelope: 252 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 319

Letter from William M. Storey of the North Carolina Bar Foundation concerning continuing legal education program, 1965.

Folder 320

Envelope: 256 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 320

Letter from North Carolina Governor Terry Sanford regarding parole matter, 1963.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 156 (folder 300).

Folder 321

Envelope: 258 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 321

Letters, newspaper clippings, notes, and other items chiefly concerning ongoing conflict with Walter Anderson, director of the State Bureau of Investigation and agent William V. O'Daniel, 1965.

Folder 322

Envelope: 260-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 322

Letters, newspaper clippings, and article concerning Judge James H. Pou Bailey, including Mallard's letter of endorsement to North Carolina Governor Dan K. Moore, 1965.

Folder 323

Envelope: 291-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 323

Correspondence with Judge James H. Pou Bailey, 1965-1966.

Folder 324

Envelope: 291-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 324

Correspondence with Judge Henry Bane of Durham County Civil Court, 1964-1965.

Folder 325

Envelope: 335 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 325

Newspaper clipping about North Carolina Chief Justice Emory B. Denny on Circuit Court of Appeals, 1965.

Folder 326

Envelope: 336 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 326

Articles, newspaper clippings, and notes chiefly relating to U.S. Supreme Court, Earl Warren, and Gideon v. Wainwright.

Folder 327

Envelope: 338 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 327

Letters, programs, and other items relating to a judge's seminar held in Asheville, N.C., 1965.

Folder 328

Envelope: 339 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 328

Letters, newspaper clippings, and other items relating to Reverend Charles A. Webster, criticism of Judges J. Spencer Bell and John D. Larkins, Sadler Hayes, James Monroe and Arnold Jessup, 1962-1965.

Folder 329

Envelope: 340 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 329

Mallard's notice of candidacy for resident judge for the 13th judicial district for the 1962 Democratic primary.

Folder 330

Envelope: 341 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 330

Newspaper clippings about Kidd Brewer, 1964, 1966.

Folder 331

Envelope: 353 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 331

Newspaper clipping about Frank McCrea, and African American police officer from Durham, N.C., 1965.

Folder 332

Envelope: 360 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 332

Letter from Robert S. Swain, who failed to appear in court in his role as Superior Court solicitor for Buncombe County, N.C., and newspaper clippings relating to his later arrest on drunken driving charges and subsequent acquittal, 1965.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 418 (folder 343).

Folder 333

Envelope: 369 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 333

Newspaper clippings, letter, and notes relating to C.M. Clodfelter's appointment as director of State Commission on Probations, and newspaper clipping regarding the resignation of George W. Randall as North Carolina prisons director, 1965.

Folder 334

Envelope: 373 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 334

Chiefly newspaper clippings, articles, and letters relating to the cases of an inmate sentenced due to alcoholism and a Durham attorney convicted of manslaughter, and the topic of birth control pills, 1965-1966.

Folder 335

Envelope: 380 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 335

Mallard's notes on a meeting with Calvin Pegram, who unsuccessfully sought Mallard's support for a pardon for his role in the 1959 Henderson Cotton Mills strike, 1965.

Folder 336

Envelope: 382 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 336

Letter and editorial by Bonner D. Sawyer and Mallard's notes condemning civil disobedience, 1965.

Folder 337

Envelope: 386 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 337

Newspaper clipping relating to Judge George M. Fountain, presiding over the second Frank Rinaldi murder trial (Mallard presided over the first trial; the State Supreme Court granted a retrial on grounds that Mallard should not have allowed prejudicial and incompetent testimony about Rinaldi's alleged homosexuality to become an issue), 1965.

Folder 338

Envelope: 389-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 338

Speech and program relating to Association of Superior Court Solicitors conference, 29-30 October 1965.

Folder 339

Envelope: 391 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 339

Newspaper clippings about Judge Hamilton H. Hobgood and attorney Hubert H. Senter and correspondence with Hobgood, 1965.

Folder 340

Envelope: 398 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 340

Newspaper clipping relating to Governor Terry Sanford's decision to commute the sentences of civil rights demonstrators in Chapel Hill, N.C., 1964.

Folder 341

Envelope: 401 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 341

Newspaper clippings, notes, correspondence, and other items relating to the retirement of Judge Chester R. Morris and his replacement, Walter Cohoon, 1965-1967.

Folder 342

Envelope: 411 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 342

Materials relating to hearings for post conviction and Habeas Corpus in Leo DuBoise v. State of North Carolina, 1962-1966.

Folder 343

Envelope: 418 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 343

Newspaper clippings, notes, letters, and reports relating to Solicitor Robert S. Swain of Asheville, N.C., and the difficulties in the Buncombe County courts during August 1965 session.

Folder 344

Envelope: 427 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 344

Newspaper clipping about Superior Court handling of non-parental support cases; "Fair Trial and Free Press," by Judge Hamilton H. Hobgood, 1966-1967.

Folder 345

Envelope: 430 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 345

Letters and other materials relating to George K. Green custody case, 1965-1966.

Folder 346

Envelope: 435 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 346

Associated Press survey of opinions of North Carolina Superior Court judges on capital punishment and the establishment of an intermediate court of appeals, 1965.

Folder 347

Envelope: 439 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 347

Miscellaneous complimentary letters, 1956.

Folder 348

Envelope: 447 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 348

Newspaper clippings and correspondence relating to Chief Justice R. Hunt Parker, retiring Chief Justice Emery B. Denny, J. Will Pless appointment to North Carolina Supreme Court, other candidates, and some historical background on the Supreme Court, 1966.

Folder 349

Envelope: 457 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 349

Letter from an inmate petitioning for a post conviction hearing, 1966.

Folder 350

Envelope: 458 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 350

Correspondence with Maurice V. Barnhill Jr., 1966.

Folder 351

Envelope: 462 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 351

Memorandum relating to North Carolina Supreme Court directives to Superior Court judges, including one on appellate counsel for indigent criminal defendents, 1966.

Folder 352

Envelope: 469 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 352

Letters relating to Caw Caw Drainage District case, 1965-1966.

See also Series 2: Superior Court: Caw Caw Swamp Drainage District for Incorporation in Series 2 (folder 205).

Folder 353

Envelope: 476 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 353

Letters and notes relating to the speech given by Mallard to the Probation Training Program in Chapel Hill, 1966.

Folder 354

Envelope: 478 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 354

Letters, newspaper clippings, and notes relating to Mallard's reprimand of attorney Pearson Upchurch for misstating court record, 1966.

Folder 355

Envelope: 487 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 355

Notes relating to Mallard's remarks given on Law Day in the Wake County Courthouse, 2 May 1966.

Folder 356

Envelope: 506 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 356

Letters by Judge Henry A. McKinnon Jr., particularly regarding perjury, 1966.

Folder 357

Envelope: 520 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 357

Letter and newspaper article relating to James D. Whetstone, hate and philosophy of labor unions, and effect of federal controls on schools and integration, 1966.

Folder 358

Envelope: 531 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 358

Correspondence with Judge Walter J. Bone, 1966.

Folder 359

Envelope: 551 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 359

Materials relating to Eddie W. Patton v. State of North Carolina, in which William Van Alstyne attacked Mallard for inserting "if he were a Christian he would have hope" into sentencing, 1966.

Folder 360

Envelope: 562 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 360

Correspondence with attorney Blackwell M. Brogden and William L. Wyatt about North Carolina Supreme Court; notes concerning conversation with Ed Lofton and Hathaway Cron; newspaper clippings relating to the possible retirement of Supreme Court Justice Clifton Moore and those suggested to take his place, including Mallard, 1966.

Folder 361

Envelope: 562-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 361

Correspondence relating to recommendation of Mallard for appointment to the North Carolina Supreme Court: Judge James H. Pou Bailey, Governor Dan K. Moore, and attorneys Worth H. Hester, Edward L. Loftin, and Joseph Branch; newspaper clippings relating to the appointment of Joseph Branch to the North Carolina Supreme Court, 1966.

Folder 362

Envelope: 562-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 362

Correspondence relating to Mallard's recommendation for appointment to the North Carolina Supreme Court: New Hanover County Bar Association, Ashley Murphy, Carl Mearer, J. Willam Copeland, Wade Barber, George Roundtree Jr., Henry A. Denis, Sheriff E.V. Leonard, and Governor Dan K. Moore, 1966.

Folder 363

Envelope: 562-C #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 363

Correspondence relating to Judge Mallard's recommendation for appointment to the North Carolina Supreme Court: Heman R. Clark, Robert C. Shulken (Columbus County Bar Association), Hathaway Cron, Edwin Gill, Frank T. Grady (Bladen County Bar Association), S. Bunn Frink, Claude V. Jones, James C. Bowman, Jack Hooker, and Governor Dan K. Moore, 1966.

Folder 364

Envelope: 563 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 364

Letter from Judge Fred H. Hasty, and editorial relating to Superior Court Judge Walter E. Johnston Jr.'s jailing of a television photographer on contempt charges, 1966.

Folder 365

Envelope: 572 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 365

Article relating to the death of North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice John Wallace Winborne, 1966.

Folder 366

Envelope: 579 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 366

Copies of letters written to people who had extended courtesies to him at the court session held in Asheville on 1 August 1966; newspaper clipping relating to Asheville, Buncombe County politics, 1966.

Folder 367

Envelope: 583 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 367

Notes and newspaper clipping about Judge William Gaston, Associate Justice of North Carolina Supreme Court from 1833 to 1844, 1966.

Folder 368

Envelope: 593 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 368

Correspondence with Robert Morgan about Mallard's notebook, 1966.

Folder 369

Envelope: 594 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 369

Legal documents for Wright T. Dixon and Clemens v. Insurance Company in Brunswick County, N.C., 1966.

Folder 370

Envelope: 607 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 370

Materials relating to North Carolina Bar Association's consideration of legal aid clinics, 1966.

Folder 371

Envelope: 617 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 371

Memorandum decision of United States Court of Appeals in Rufus Gainey case; includes criticism by Judge Spencer Bell of Mallard and other state judges who in resentencing had disregarded time served during the appeals process, 1966.

Folder 372

Envelope: 619 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 372

Newspaper clippings relating to the swearing-in ceremonies of new North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Joseph Branch, 1966.

Folder 373

Envelope: 625 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 373

Letter and article from attorney Blackwell M. Brogden,1964.

Folder 374

Envelope: 631 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 374

Newspaper clipping about court administrator Bert Montague ("Tar Heel of the Week"), 1966.

Folder 375-378

Folder 375

Folder 376

Folder 377

Folder 378

Envelope: 650 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 375-378

Chiefly letters, newspaper clippings, notes, press releases, and other items relating to the rule of court issued by Judges Mallard and Braswell in Wake County Superior Court on 12 September 1966, concerning fair trial and free press, particularly restricting dissemination of information about criminal cases, 1966-1967; also includes copy of Mallard's "Inherent Powers of the Courts of North Carolina," in Wake Forest Law Review, 1974.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 1265 (folder 474).

Folder 379

Envelope: 655 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 379

Proposed amendment to the Eminent Domain Act, 1966.

Folder 380

Envelope: 661 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 380

Speech on the operation of rural trial courts by Addison M. Beavers before the Section of Judicial Administration, Mid Central Region Meeting of American Bar Association in Indianapolis, Ind., 11 May 1961.

Folder 381

Envelope: 666 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 381

Letters from district judges who requested copies of Mallard's notebook, and correspondence with Judge F.T. Horner, 1966-1967.

Folder 382

Envelope: 680 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 382

Correspondence with Superior Court Judge Harry E. Canaday, 1966-1967.

Folder 383

Envelope: 682 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 383

Mallard's speech to the Wake County Bar Association, 2 November 1966, and Congressional Record reprint of Senator Sam Ervin's attack on the Miranda v. Arizona case, 1966.

Folder 384

Envelope: 684 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 384

Materials relating to the Office of Economic Opportunity and community action proposals for legal aid services, 1966.

Folder 385

Envelope: 690 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 385

Notes for Veterans Day speech at Fair Bluff, N.C., on 11 November 1966.

Folder 386

Envelope: 699 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 386

Mallard's speech to the annual dinner meeting of the Thirteenth Judicial District Bar at Boling Springs Lakes, N.C., on 2 December 1966.

Folder 387

Envelope: 700 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 387

Letters, newspaper clippings, programs, and speech notes relating to dedication of Bladen County Courthouse in Elizabethtown, N.C., 1966.

Folder 388

Envelope: 703 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 388

Newspaper clipping of and correspondenc with Jesse Helms, executive vice president of WRAL-TV, regarding objectivity of media coverage of Cooley-Gardner congressional campaign, 1966.

Folder 389

Envelope: 710 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 389

Newspaper clippings relating to the 1966 Adler murder case, 1969; letters from Jerry Banks Moore and others regarding his parole, work release program, and interest in pursuing a law degree, 1973.

Folder 390

Envelope: 716 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 390

Newspaper clippings relating to the firing of Walter Anderson, director of the State Bureau of Investigation, 1966.

Folder 391

Envelope: 719 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 391

Chiefly newspaper clippings relating to building of a new courthouse in Wake County, N.C., for which Mallard was a key advocate, 1966.

Folder 392

Envelope: 720 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 392

Correspondence with Judge James H. Pou Bailey, 1966-1967.

Folder 393

Envelope: 729 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 393

Correspondence relating to reckless driving charges of Elizabeth C. Peterson's son, 1960.

Folder 394

Envelope: 735 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 394

Newspaper clippings relating to firing of Walter Anderson, director of the State Bureau of Investigation, 1966-1967.

Folder 395

Envelope: 739 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 395

Correspondence and notes regarding justice of the peace appointment for Northwest Township, Brunswick County, N.C., 1966-1967.

Folder 396

Envelope: 740 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 396

Correspondence of Mallard and judges Walter E. Crissman and Eugene G. Shaw, 1966-1967.

Folder 397

Envelope: 741 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 397

Letter written by Mallard acknowledging the birth of William Thomas McCuiston Jr., 1967.

Folder 398

Envelope: 746 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 398

Notes on telephone conversation with William V. O'Daniel, an agent with the State Bureau of Investigation, concerning a case, 1967.

Folder 399

Envelope: 747 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 399

Newspaper clipping and notes relating to the death of Mallard's first cousin, William M. Dudley.

Folder 400

Envelope: 748 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 400

Notes and correspondence with Harry L. Mintz concerning Ed Nobles, who wanted to be a Justice of the Peace; program for annual meeting of the Atlantic Telephone Membership Corporation, 1967.

Folder 401

Envelope: 751 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 401

Correspondence with attorney Thomas A. Banks concerning local legislation to designate a courthouse, 1967.

Folder 402

Envelope: 755 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 402

Newspaper clippings and notes relating to News & Observer editorial criticisms of Mallard with regard to the Ku Klux trials, 1967.

Folder 403

Envelope: 771 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 403

Newspaper clippings and correspondence with Judge James H. Pou Bailey, 1967, 1973-1974.

Folder 404

Envelope: 775 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 404

Notes concerning ethics of attorneys William W. Slaton and J.C. Pittman in court in Sanford, 1967.

Folder 405

Envelope: 776 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 405

Chiefly newspaper clippings relating to Judge James F. Latham holding a Federal Bureau of Investigation agent in contempt, 1967.

Folder 406

Envelope: 784 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 406

Letter from Jugde Harvey A. Lupton, 1966.

Folder 407

Envelope: 786 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 407

Letters concerning Mallard's notebook, 1967.

Folder 408

Envelope: 789 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 408

Newspaper clippings and notes relating to William V. O'Daniel telling Mallard how to write a court order for the Erwin Mills Inc. strike by the Textile Workers Union of America, 1967.

See also Series 2: Superior Court: Erwin Mills Inc. v. Textile Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, Et al (folder 234).

Folder 409

Envelope: 790 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 409

State Bureau of Investigation laboratory report on anonymous letter sent to Mallard regarding the Erwin Mills strike, 1967.

See also Series 2: Superior Court: Erwin Mills Inc. v. Textile Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO, Et al (folder 234).

Folder 410

Envelope: 791 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 410

Correspondence with Chief District Judge E. Lawson Moore regarding Mallard's notebook, 1967.

Folder 411

Envelope: 792 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 411

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1966-1967.

Folder 412

Envelope: 793 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 412

Correspondence and notes relating to Mallard's possible appointment to the Court of Appeals and Ed Clark's reappointment as special judge of the Superior Court, 1967.

Folder 413

Envelope: 795 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 413

Correspondence with North Carolina Senator Lindsay C. Warren Jr. relating to the Courts Commission and Court of Appeals bill, 1967.

Folder 414

Envelope: 796 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 414

Newspaper clippings relating to A. Pilston Godwin Jr. and his candidacy for judgship in the Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 415

Envelope: 798 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 415

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and court transcript relating to the trial of six African Americans charged with the rape of a white girl, presided over by Mallard; includes the court transcript of comments by defense attorney D.D. Pollock concerning the issue of race in determining life sentences, and Mallard's response that race is not an issue, 1967.

Folder 416

Envelope: 800 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 416

Letter and newspaper clippings relating to the death of Charles W. Jordan, an African American man killed by the white owner of a grocery store in the course of an attempted robbery, 1967.

Folder 417

Envelope: 801 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 417

Correspondence relating to Mallard's recommendation for appointment to the Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 418

Envelope: 805 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 418

Notes, newspaper clippings, and a transcript of a telephone conversation between Mallard and Myron McBryde, director of the State Bureau of Investigation, relating to alleged mishandling of Harnett County funds, 1967.

Folder 419

Envelope: 810 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 419

Letters and newspaper clipping relating to the recommendation of six judges from North Carolina for appointment to the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 420

Envelope: 815 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 420

Correspondence relating to the reappointment of Judge J. William Copeland, 1967.

Folder 421

Envelope: 817 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 421

Materials chiefly relating to the North Carolina State Bar Association consideration of a resolution on legal aid clinics proposed by the Office of Economic Opportunity, 1966-1967.

Folder 422

Envelope: 820 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 422

Correspondence with Senator Thomas J. White discussing whether to broaden or restrict juvenile court discretionary power with 14 and 15 year olds who have been charged with committing a felony crime, 1967.

Folder 423

Envelope: 837 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 423

Newspaper clippings relating to Law Day speeches on 1 May 1967.

Folder 424

Envelope: 838 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 424

Newspaper clippings relating to Law Day speeches, including typescript speech given by Judge James H. Pou Bailey, 1 May 1967.

Folder 425

Envelope: 839 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 425

Materials relating to the Scottish Rite of Freemansory, and Mallard receiving the 32nd degree, 1967.

Folder 426

Envelope: 839-B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 426

Pamphlet entitled The letter Humanus Genus of the Pope, Leo XIII against freemasonry. . . and the reply of Albert Pike. . . , from the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A., 1964.

Folder 427

Envelope: 839-C #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 427

Pamphlet entitled The Declaration of Independence, from the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A.

Folder 428

Envelope: 849 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 428

Chiefly letters of Charles Brantley Aycock relating to attorney fees allowed for indigent defendants, 1967.

Folder 429

Envelope: 857 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 429

"In Defense of the Independence of the Judiciary," a typescript speech of Josiah W. Bailey, senator from North Carolina, 1937.

Folder 430

Envelope: 858 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 430

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and notes relating to a commencement talk given by Mallard at Hallsboro High School in Nakina, N.C., 1967.

Folder 431

Envelope: 864 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 431

Letter, newspaper clipping, invitation, and notes relating to a masonic speech given by Mallard at the Annual Ladies' Night Banquet, 1967.

Folder 432

Envelope: 864-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 432

Letters and newspaper clippings about appointment of Superior Court Judge Giles R. Clark, 1975.

Folder 433

Envelope: 869 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 433

Letters from W.A. Johnson regarding Court of Appeals appointment and Harnett County Bar Association, 1967.

Folder 434

Envelope: 869A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 434

Chiefly correspondence about the Court of Appeals appointment, 1967.

Folder 435

Envelope: 869B #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 435

Notes relating to the Court of Appeals apppointment, 1967.

Folder 436

Envelope: 886 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 436

Notes relating to Court of Appeals appointment, 1967.

Folder 887

Envelope: 887 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 887

Newspaper clippings relating to the appointment of Superior Court judges and Mallard being sworn in as chief judge of the new North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 438

Envelope: 889 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 438

Newspaper clippings on law and order for a speech given to the Association of Assistant and Deputy Clerks of the Superior Court of North Carolina, and materials used for other speeches, 1967.

Folder 439

Envelope: 890 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 439

Article by C.E. Hinsdale, "North Carolina's New Court of Appeals," in Popular Government, April 1967.

Folder 440

Envelope: 891 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 440

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, program, and ceremony remarks by Mallard relating to the swearing-in ceremony of David M. Britt as judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 441

Envelope: 892 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 441

Newspaper clipping of Judge Naomi Morris as "Tar Heel of the Week," 1967.

Folder 442

Envelope: 893 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 442

Newspaper clipping of Mallard as "Tar Heel of the Week," 1967.

Folder 443

Envelope: 894 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 443

Editorial condemning Mallard as a "controversial judge" and John D. McConnell's reply to it, 1967.

Folder 444

Envelope: 895 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 444

Correspondence regarding article on alumni of Wake Forest University Law School, 1967.

Folder 445

Envelope: 896 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 445

Letter from Mallard to David M. Britt; notes and newspaper clippings relating to the appointment of David M. Britt to North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 446

Envelope: 897 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 446

Newspaper clippings relating to the new judicial appointees for the North Carolina's Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 447

Envelope: 899 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 447

Correspondence with David M. Britt and editorials relating to the appointments of six appellate judges for the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 448

Envelope: 900 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 448

Newspaper clippings relating to Mallard's appointment as chief judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 449

Envelope: 901 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 449

Newspaper clippings relating to Mallard's appointment as chief judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 450

Envelope: 902 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 450

Newspaper clippings relating to Mallard's appointment as chief judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 451

Envelope: 903 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 451

Newspaper clippings relating to the new judicial appointees for the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 452

Envelope: 904 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 452

Newspaper clipping relating to the appointment of Edward B. Clark as Superior Court judge in the 13th Judicial District, 1967.

Folder 453

Envelope: 906 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 453

Newspaper clippings relating to the new judicial appointees for the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 454

Envelope: 908 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 454

Correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to Mallard's appointment as chief judge of the North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1967.

Folder 455

Envelope: 940-E #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 455

Newspaper clipping of Mallard as "Tar Heel of the Week," 1967.

Folder 456

Envelope: 940-H #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 456

Swearing-in of Lawrence R. Bowers to the North Carolina State Ports Authority, 1967.

Folder 457

Envelope: 940-J #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 457

Commendation letter by Waccamaw Bank and Trust Company and Mallard's reply regarding his service on the boad of directors, 1967.

Folder 458

Envelope: 943 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 458

Newspaper clippng relating to the appointment of James C. Bowman as special judge for the Superior Court, 1967.

Folder 459

Envelope: 960 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 459

Newspaper clipping with photograph of Judge Naomi Morris taking oath as Superior Court judge, 1967.

Folder 460

Envelope: 1037 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 460

Chiefly notes on talk given by Mallard to the Wesley Bible Class at Fairmont Methodist Church, 1968.

Folder 461

Envelope: 1149 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 461

Copies of newspaper clippings in which Mallard is criticized by the News and Observer for his decision to uphold a court conviction of two Hyde County students arrested in school for desegregation demonstrations; note in which Mallard points out that the newspaper did not report on a recent award received by him, 1969.

Folder 462

Envelope: 1150 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 462

Newspaper clipping with a poem written by Lonnie D. Small of Campbell College, N.C., entitled "Fair Bluff."

Folder 463

Envelope: 1170 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 463

Newspaper clipping praising Mallard for receiving the 1969 John J. Parker Award.

Folder 464

Envelope: 1179 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 464

Magazine clipping following the swearing-in of the new Superior Court judges, 1971; includes a 1955 group photograph of the judicial and political leadership in North Carolina, which includes Mallard.

Folder 465

Envelope: 1230 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 465

Typescript speech given by Chief Justice R. Hunt Parker in honor of John Washington Graham, undated.

Folder 466

Envelope: 1232 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 466

Printed booklet entitled, "The ambiguity of our jury system"; an article from 1965 entitled, "The modern grand jury: Benighted supergovernment"; and a typescript report entitled, "The authority of the grand jury," written by Superior Court Judge W.A. Leland McKeithen in 1958.

Folder 467

Envelope: 1240 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 467

Newspaper clipping with photo of Judge James M. Baley Jr., after he was sworn in at the new North Carolina Court of Appeals, 1973.

Folder 468

Envelope: 1241 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 468

Copy of a pamphlet entitled, The right to organize: How North Carolina tries to wreck people's movements, by Carl Braden, whereby he accuses the North Carolina judicial system as being one of the harshest in the nation, citing various cases of political prisoners, particularly African American activists; there is also correspondence between Mallard and Judge Frank W. Snepp, 1972.

Folder 469

Envelope: 1244 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 469

Newspaper clippings relating to Judge James H. Pou Bailey, particularly regarding his sternness on the bench, 1971-1972.

Folder 470

Envelope: 1249 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 470

Front page of the The Chatham Record with a photograph of Mallard swearing-in Harry Horton of Pittsboro as the newest member of the State Board of Education, as well as article on Ike Andrews being named as the winner of the Fourth District Congressional race, 14 December 1972.

Folder 471

Envelope: 1251 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 471

Newspaper clippings, telegram, and letter relating to the funeral of Chief Justice R. Hunt Parker, and the appointment of former Governor North Carolina Dan K. Moore to justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, 1969.

Folder 472

Envelope: 1256 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 472

Newspaper clipping relating to the Millie-Christine Siamese twins from Columbus County, N.C., regarding moving their remains from one cementary to another, 1969.

Folder 473

Envelope: 1259 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 473

Notes on masonic speech at Jacob City Lodge in Calabash, N.C., 1970.

Folder 474

Envelope: 1265 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 474

"Rule of court concerning publicity and due process," ordered by Superior Court Judges Mallard and E. Maurice Braswell, 12 September 1966.

See also Series 3: Envelope: 650 (folders 375-378).

Folder 475

Envelope: 1267 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 475

Letters from Henry A. Dennis, president and editor of the Henderson Daily Dispatch, 1961, 1971.

Folder 476

Envelope: 1272 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 476

Newspaper clipping and letter written by Mallard concerning the book, Scapegoat, by Boyd E. Payton, former director for the Textile Workers Union of America; also includes a note about Thomas Bolch, author of the enclosed review of Scapegoat, in which Mallard claims that Bolch once eavesdropped on him, 1969-1970.

See also Series 2: Court of Appeals: Bolch, Thomas J. (folder 78).

Folder 477

Envelope: 1274 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 477

Editorial by Willard G. Cole in praise of Mallard, 1961; a letter from Cole in 1964 as the editor of another newspaper The Robeson County Enterprise.

Folder 478

Envelope: 1275 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 478

Editorials relating to the trial of Ben Chavis, an African American activist, and speculation on how Mallard would have handled the surrounding publicity were he the presiding judge, 1973.

Folder 479

Envelope: 1276 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 479

Speech given by Mallard at the swearing-in ceremonies for Judge Robert D. House Jr. in Greenville, N.C., and related correspondence and notes, 1970.

Folder 480

Envelope: 1277 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 480

Newspaper clippings on Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 481

Envelope: 1280 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 481

Correspondence relating to a National College of State Trial Judges seminar held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1967.

Folder 482

Envelope: 1281 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 482

Materials relating to the National College of State Trial Judges seminar held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1967.

Folder 483

Envelope: 1282 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 483

Materials relating to the National College of State Trial Judges seminar held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1966-1967.

Folder 484

Envelope: 1283 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 484

Materials relating to the National College of State Trial Judges seminar held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1966-1967.

Folder 485

Envelope: 1284 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 485

Materials relating to the National College of State Trial Judges seminar held at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1966-1967.

Folder 486

Envelope: 1304 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 486

Newspaper clipping and a sample ballot for the 1962 judicial elections for Superior Court.

Folder 487

Envelope: 1305 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 487

Notes for a political speech given in Brunswick County, N.C., in 1958 and in 1962.

Folder 488

Envelope: 1329 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 488

Correspondence with Dan K. Moore concerning his announcement to run for governor of North Carolina, 1963-1965.

Folder 489

Envelope: 1339 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 489

Letters requesting copies of the Mallard and Horace Shaw's Guide to Drawing Warrants, 1961.

Folder 490

Envelope: 1343 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 490

Letter from the North Carolina Office of the Board of Paroles concerning the request of parole for an inmate, with annotations by Mallard, 1963.

Folder 491

Envelope: 1367 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 491

Correspondence with Bert M. Montague concerning commissions to hold special term of Superior Court for civil rights demonstrations trials in Hillsborough, N.C., 1964-1965.

Folder 492

Envelope: 1370 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 492

Letters relating to scheduling of court sessions and judges conferences, 1958; 1961; 1964-1965.

Folder 493

Envelope: 1374 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 493

Letter from Leonard S. Powers regarding appointment of a justice of the peace, 1955.

Folder 494

Envelope: 1376 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 494

Correspondence with Marvin R. Wooten and Howard Hepler regarding cases before the Board of Paroles, 1966-1967.

Folder 495

Envelope: 1379 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 495

Mallard's speech given at swearing-in of David M. Britt, 1967.

Folder 496

Envelope: 1385 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 496

Letters relating to adoption of judicial robes as uniform of Superior Court judges, 1957.

Folder 497-499

Folder 497

Folder 498

Folder 499

Envelope: 1400 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 497-499

Correspondence relating to requests for reappointments to justice of the peace, 1955-1959.

Folder 500

Envelope: 1405 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 500

Correspondence with James C. High, editor of The News Reporter, relating to freedom of the press, 1961.

Folder 501

Envelope: 1408 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 501

Correspondence relating to Mallard's notebook, 1965.

Folder 502

Envelope: 1409 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 502

Chiefly correspondence with Susie Sharp, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court relating to the appeals cases of James Timothy Malone and Roy Price, 1961, 1964.

Folder 503

Envelope: 1411 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 503

Correspondence with Thomas J. Lassiter, and a newspaper clipping relating to Mallard's role in removing Judge Jack Austin for malfeasance after tampering with a grand jury, 1962.

Folder 504

Envelope: 1414 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 504

Letter from Mallard to district solicitor relating to the divorce case of Thomasena M. Leach v. Oscar Leach, 1961.

Folder 505

Envelope: 1415 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 505

Letter from Mallard addressed to T.P. Gholson following court session in Henderson, N.C., 1961.

Folder 506

Envelope: 1418 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 506

Letter from Shearon Harris, newly appointed president of Carolina Power & Light Company, 1963.

Folder 507

Envelope: 1420 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 507

Letter from Hamilton B. Hobgood regarding court scheduling, 1961.

Folder 508

Envelope: 1422 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 508

Editorial relating to the Boyd Payton case, 1961.

Folder 509

Envelope: 1423 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 509

Letter and invitation from John D. Larkins to attend his induction ceremony as United States District Court judge, 1961.

Folder 510

Envelope: 1424 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 510

Letter from Alton Lennon regarding postmaster recommendation, 1962.

Folder 511

Envelope: 1425 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 511

Letter concerning alimony and child support orders for Audrey Bernard Randolph v. Franklin Randolph, 1959.

Folder 512

Envelope: 1431 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 512

Congratulatory letter from Ogden O. Allsbrook and newspaper article announcing the John J. Parker Memorial Award given to Mallard, 1969.

Folder 513

Envelope: 1438 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 513

Commission for Mallard from Judge R. Hunt Parker to hold court for the Eleventh Judicial District during the period of 1 January 1967 to 30 June 1967.

Folder 514

Envelope: 1440 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 514

Letters and memoranda from Bert M. Montague, director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, 1967-1968.

Folder 515

Envelope: 1441 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 515

Letters and memoranda from Bert M. Montague, director of the Administrative Office of the Courts, 1968.

Folder 516

Envelope: 1442 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 516

Chiefly notes relating to administrative matters of the Court of Appeals, 1968.

Folder 517

Envelope: 1443 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 517

Notes and letters relating to renovations for the new Court of Appeals offices, 1968.

Folder 518

Envelope: 1444 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 518

Chiefly notes relating to conflict with Bert Montague over administrative matters of the Court of Appeals, 1968.

Folder 519

Envelope: 1445 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 519

Correspondence concerning a recommendation of J. Mac Boxley by Mallard for a position with the Board of Paroles, 1973-1974.

Folder 520

Envelope: 1447 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 520

Letter from Judge Edward B. Clark relating to an award given to Mallard at the Conference of Superior Court Judges, 1973.

Folder 521

Envelope: 1449 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 521

Rotarian article written by Luther H. Hodges, President of Rotary International, 1967.

Folder 522

Envelope: 1450 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 522

Newspaper clippings relating to Dan K. Moore, newly elected governor of North Carolina, 1964.

Folder 523

Envelope: 1451 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 523

Newspaper clippings of 75th anniversary edition of The Durham Sun with photograph of Durham County Officials of the Courts, including Mallard, 1964.

Folder 524

Envelope: 1454 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 524

Correspondence of Mallard, E. Knox Proctor, and North Carolina Governor Luther H. Hodges, 1958.

Folder 525

Envelope: 1467 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 525

Newspaper clippings with photographs of celebration of Mallard's award for outstanding services to the Superior Court Judges of North Carolina, 1973.

Folder 526

Envelope: 1470 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 526

Notes, correspondence, and clippings in which Mallard expressed his belief that if something were to happen to him it would be at the hands of unions, the Boyd Payton family, or Black Panthers, all of whom he believed had harassed him continuously since the Henderson Cotton Mills and civil rights demonstrations trials; also includes Carl Braden's pamphlet, "The right to organize: How North Carolina tries to wreck people's movements," 1972.

Folder 527

Envelope: 1475 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 527

Copy of a manuscript record from the Perquimans County Court House, N.C., detailing, "The oldest recorded land deed in North Carolina. First land transaction between white man (Georger Durant) and Indian Chief (Kilocanen) in which the Indian was paid for his land--March 1, 1661."

Folder 528

Envelope: 1477 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 528

Letter from Judge James H. Pou Bailey concerning Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 529

Envelope: 1480 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 529

Letters and newspaper clipping relating to Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 530

Envelope: 1481 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 530

Letters relating to Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 531

Envelope: 1482 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 531

Letters, postcard, and newspaper clipping relating to Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 532

Envelope: 1483 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 532

Letters relating to Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 533

Envelope: 1484 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 533

Letters relating to Mallard's retirement, 1973.

Folder 534

Envelope: 1492 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 534

Materials relating to a tribute given to Mallard at Wake Forest University School of Law, including the typescript tribute written by Judge David M. Britt, 1973.

Folder 535

Envelope: 1493 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 535

Correspondence, programs, and other materials relating to Wake Forest University Jurists Day Homecoming at the School of Law, in which a tribute is presented to Mallard, 1973.

Folder 536

Envelope: 1495-A #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 536

Letters and other items relating to a dinner party honoring Mallard and Judge Hugh B. Campbell, and the remarks by Mallard on the presentation of Campbell to take oath of office as emergency judge, 1975.

Folder 537

Envelope: 1500 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 537

Letters, article, biographic sketch, and other materials about Judge Earl W. Vaughn, 1973-1974.

Folder 538

Envelope: 1503 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 538

Correspondence with Bert M. Montague, Director of the Administrative Offices of the Courts, regarding inherent powers of the courts, 1973.

Folder 539

Envelope: 1504 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 539

Correspondence with Judge James G. Exum Jr. regarding support for campaign for Superior Court, 1973-1974.

Folder 540

Envelope: 1525 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 540

Clipping, letters, and biographical information relating to Rufus Edmisten, 1974.

Folder 541

Envelope: 1558 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 541

Newspaper clippings praising Mallard, 1958; 1962.

Folder 542

Envelope: 1559 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 542

Materials relating to the Supreme Court in Morganton, N.C., particularly laws passed by the General Assembly at sessions held during the mid-1800s, possibly relating to Mallard's article on inherent powers of the court, 1974.

Folder 543

Campbell College, 1960s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 543

Correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, reports, articles, and other items relating to Campbell College, where Mallard was a member of the Board of Trustees.

Folder 544

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 544

Materials include North Carolina Bar resolution on legal services provided by the Office of Economic Opportunity; investigative report in Tabor City mayor holding his own kind of court.

Folder 545

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 545

Materials include a letter from an inmate seeking Mallard's recommendation that he be committed for treatment of homosexuality; newspaper clipping on racial redistricting with Mallard's annotation "India has its sacred cows Are we goin to have Sacred Blacks."

Folder 546

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 546

Materials relating to Mallard's retirement.

Folder 547

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 547

Miscellaneous subjects.

Folder 548

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 548

Notes on the political maneuvering to influence telephone union trial in Hillsborough, N.C., 1960; newspaper clippings on race relations, Muslims, terrorism.

Folder 549

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 549

Notes on John Ehle and the civil rights demonstrations trials in Hillsborough, N.C.

Folder 550

Loose materials and unnumbered envelopes, 1950s-1970s #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 550

Materials include two reports by the North Carolina Civil Rights Advisory Committee: "Voter and Voter Registration in North Carolina," 1960, and "Restrictions on Negro Voting in North Carolina History," 1962.

Folder 551

Loose materials: Office of the Board of Paroles, 1965 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 551

Letters from the State of North Carolina Office of the Board of Paroles concerning inmates up for parole; some of the letters contain Mallard's annotations and replies regarding his personal views towards parole and criminal recidivism.

Folder 552

Pembroke State College, 1960-1970 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 552

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes, bylaws, reports, programs, and other items relating to Pembroke State College, where Mallard was a member of the Board of Trustees.

Folder 553-554

Folder 553

Folder 554

Wake County, 1966 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 553-554

Chiefly letters, notes, and newspaper clippings relating to various court cases in Wake County; there are numerous letters from inmates concerning parole and other issues.

Folder 555

Wake Forest University, 1969 #05518, Series: "3. Envelope Files, 1937-1970s." Folder 555

Chiefly letters and a typescript speech given by Mallard relating to his induction into Honorary Membership of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Includes three black-and-white photographs depicting Mallard receiving the honorary plaque, giving a speech, and in a group photo; another photograph depicts Dr. Robert E. Lee giving a speech during the ceremony.

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