RALSTON, J.C. MSS.
The Ralston, J.C. mss., 1915-1936, are the papers of Julian Craven Ralston, 1895-1935, lawyer and son of Samuel Moffett Ralston, Indiana governor and United States Senator. He was graduated from Indiana University in 1917 and from the Indiana University Law School in 1920. During World War I he spent two years in passport work in the Bureau of Citizenship, U.S. Department of State. He was a member of his father's law firm in Indianapolis until it was dissolved about 1932. The manuscripts consist of letters and material pertaining to passports, to his academic life, and to the settlement of his estate.
Collection size: 154 items