Additional federal judges.

Hearings before the Special Committee to Study Reorganization of the Courts of the United States and Reform Judicial Procedure, United States Senate, Seventy-sixth Congress, first session on S. 190, S. 500, S. 1282, S. 1481, S. 1505, S. 1535, S. 1545, S. 1567, S. 1853, S. 1903, and S. 2185, bills relating to additional federal judges. Part 1. April 13 and 17, 1939 by United States. Congress. Senate. Special Committee to Study Reorganization of the Courts of the United States and Reform Judicial Procedure

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