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Subseries 2. Practice of Law, 1959-1969

Scope and Content Notes:

Although Thornburgh's first job following law school was with ALCOA (in 1958), he joined Kirkpatrick and Lockhart (K & L) in 1959 and has continued his association with them until the present day. This section deals only with his papers from 1959 until he became U.S. Attorney for Western Pennsylvania in 1969. Please note that ongoing K & L files fall in their various later time periods, the next being concurrent with his year at Harvard's Institute of Politics (1987-1988).

Section: Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), 1958

Folder 4 Work Completed Journal 1958

Section: Kirkpatrick, Pomeroy, Lockhart, and Johnson (K&L), 1959-ongoing

Folder 5 Professional Address Books Undated
Folder 6 Memoranda of Law 1959
Folder 7 Memoranda of Law 1960
Folder 8 Memoranda of Law 1961-1962
Folder 9 Memoranda of Law 1963-1965
Folder 10 Correspondence 1958-1964
Folder 11 Correspondence 1965-1969

Box 10
Folder 1-11 Thornburgh's Daily Letter Files 1959-1968

Box 11
Folder 1-2 Thornburgh's Daily Letter Files 1968-1969
Folder 3 Memos and Notes from Meeting with George D. Lockhart January, 1965
Folder 4 Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Western District: Alloy Manufacturing Company Employees Trust, Appeal of William D. Minnotte, Record, Supplemental Record, and Brief for Pittsburgh National Bank, Appellee 1963
Folder 5 Nate Smith Case 1968
Folder 6 K&L Memorabilia Undated
Folder 7 "Remedies," by Richard L. Thornburgh and Edward Al Craig, III and "Equity," by Maurice B. Cohill, Jr. and Richard L. Thornburgh (from the University of Pittsburgh Law Review, annotated) 1959-1963
Folder 8 "Taxability of Lump Sum Distributions from Qualified Employee Benefit Plans Made Indigent to a Corporate Reorganization," by Richard L. Thornburgh 1965