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Brannon Letter April 18, 1947
Securing the release of Nagano’s property to his wife.
Brannon Letter June 6, 1947
Gathering evidence on the U.S. war plans against Japan. Spending time in court. Russian and U.S. relations.
Brannon Letter January 10, 1947
Meeting and having dinner with Prince Takamatsu.
Brannon Letter June 4, 1949
Recount of a letter received from an Okinawan named Hayahsi.
Brannon Letter December 31, 1947
The cross-examination of Tojo.
Brannon Letter December 14, 1946
Restrictions and regulations being placed on the defense counsel. Brannon wonders “Shall I take a sincere defense and protect the U.S. or shall I go all out?” Richardson cross-examination and the cross-examination in ...
Brannon Letter October 13, 1948 & October 12, 1948 & undated letter
First letter a story regarding an office girl. Second letter more discussion regarding the Supreme Court petition for habeas corpus. Third letter personal thoughts.
Brannon Letter November 29 & December 2, 1948
[two letters in one envelope] First letter is regarding personal matters. Second letter with thoughts on religion and personal matters.
Brannon Letter January 19, 1949 & January 22, 1949
First letter recounting his argument before the Supreme Court. Second letter last letter from Japan.
Brannon Letter February 28, 1950
[draft letter with edits from Bernard C. Brannon to President Harry S Truman re: John G. Brannoy appeal as a congressional candidate].