Herbert Brutus Ehrmann Papers, 1906-1970. Sacco-Vanzetti. Reviews, 1969. Box 9, Folder 1, Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections
The Herbert B. Ehrmann Papers span the years 1906 to 1970. The main body of the material relates to Ehrmann's involvement in the Sacco-Vanzetti case (Commonwealth v. Sacco and Vanzetti) as junior counsel for the defense for the period May 1926 until just before the execution in August of 1927. Also included are materials related to his research on and writings about the case during the ensuing forty-two years (1927-1969).
The Papers of Herbert B. Ehrmann, lawyer and author, were presented to the Harvard Law School Library as a gift in December, 1970, by Mr. Ehrmann's widow, Sara R. Ehrmann.
Herbert Brutus Ehrmann Papers, 1906-1970. Sacco-Vanzetti. Reviews, 1969. Box 9, Folder 1, Harvard Law School Library, Historical & Special Collections.
Herbert B. Ehrmann was junior counsel for the defense during the Sacco-Vanzetti trial. He wrote two books about the case: The Untried Case: The Sacco-Vanzetti Case and the Morelli Gang (1st ed. 1933, 2nd ed. 1960), and The Case That Will Not Die: Commonwealth V. Sacco and Vanzetti (1969).