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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].
Brannon Letter June 26, 1947
Brannon’s thoughts on religious philosophy.
Brannon Letter January 11, 1949
Wrapping things up in Tokyo.
Brannon Letter September 20, 1947