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Speech drafts and notes, undated

Speech drafts and notes, undated
Undated
30 digital pages
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Saxon, James (James Joseph), 1914-1980
JSPP-012-006
James Saxon Personal Papers. Private Law Career, 1966-1974. Speech drafts and notes, undated. JSPP-012-006. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains records from Saxon's professional career after he left the federal government. During this period, he practiced law first as a partner in various firms and later independently in his own office. His legal specialty was banking law, and due to the expertise he developed while Comptroller, he was often hired to advise banks looking to merge or establish new branches. Saxon also served on the board of directors for various financial institutions, and helped establish several companies involved in international banking and lending. In addition, he was treasurer of National Graduate University, a newly established school in the Washington, D.C. area. Types of items in this series include legal and court documents, correspondence, reports, government forms, and speeches.
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