Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark: A Life of Service

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Notes

PROLOGUE

1. Robert E. Baskin, “Tom Clark Retires with Praise from Everyone,” Dallas Morning News, March 5, 1967.

2. Harold I. Ickes, “Tom Clark Should Say ‘No Thanks.’” New Republic. August 24, 1949:11.

3. National Blue Star Mothers of America to Senators Edward Martin and Francis Myers. August 10, 1949, Papers of Tom C. Clark, Harry S. Truman Presidential Library (hereafter cited as Clark AG Papers).

4. “Nightmare!” editorial, Washington Times-Herald, July 19, 1949.

5. Lynn Landrum, “Thinking Out Loud,” Dallas Morning News, August 2, 1949.

6. “Oh, No!” editorial, Dallas Morning News, March 3, 1967.

7. Baskin, “Tom Clark Retires.”

8. John G. Mackenzie, “Justice Clark, Portrait of a Man.” Lansing (MI) State Journal, March 12, 1967.

9. John P. Frank, “Justice Tom Clark and Judicial Administration,” Texas Law Review 46, no. 1 (November 1967): 56.


CHAPTER 1

1. John William Rogers, The Lusty Texans of Dallas, 18.

2. Ibid., 121.

3. Ibid., 117.

4. Ibid., 18.

5. Ibid., 109.

6. Ibid., 199.

7. A. C. Greene, Dallas, the Deciding Years:A Historical Portrait, 34.

8. Rogers, Lusty Texans, 193.

9. Writers Program of the Works Project Administration, Texas:A Guide to the Lone Star State, 139.

10. Greene, Dallas, 37.

11. I am indebted to the late Elizabeth Clark Capers, my aunt and the family historian whose research, papers, and scrapbook provided information on the McDowell-Clark family tree and additional family history.

12. Elizabeth York Enstam, Women and the Creation of Urban Life: Dallas, Texas, 1843–1920, xv. On Dallas as a cotton center, see Rogers, Lusty Texans, 202.

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