HARBISON v. LEWELLYN, 280 U.S. 560 (1929)

U.S. Supreme Court

HARBISON v. LEWELLYN, 280 U.S. 560 (1929)

280 U.S. 560
No. 134.
Ralph W. HARBISON, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 135. Joseph Hudson BROOKS, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 136. James E. LEWIS, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 137. Lee C. MORGANROTH, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 138. Harry William CROFT, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 139. Raymond WILLEY, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 140. William WALKER, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 141. R. H. YOUNGMAN, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 142. Otto M. REIF, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.; [560-Continued.]

No. 143. Elizabeth W. PONTEFRACT, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 144. William Albert HARBISON, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 145. Emma J. HARBISON, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 146. Nin McQUILLEN, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 147. Kenneth SEAVER, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 148. P. R. HILLEMAN, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.

Supreme Court of the United States

October 14, 1929

and

Messrs. J. E. MacCloskey, Jr., and F. H. Atwood, both of Pittsburgh, Pa., for petitioner Harbison.

Mr. J. E. MacCloskey, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., for other petitioners.

Petition for writs of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit denied.


U.S. Supreme Court

HARBISON v. LEWELLYN, 280 U.S. 560 (1929)

280 U.S. 560
No. 134.
Ralph W. HARBISON, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 135. Joseph Hudson BROOKS, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 136. James E. LEWIS, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 137. Lee C. MORGANROTH, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 138. Harry William CROFT, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 139. Raymond WILLEY, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 140. William WALKER, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 141. R. H. YOUNGMAN, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 142. Otto M. REIF, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.; [560-Continued.]

No. 143. Elizabeth W. PONTEFRACT, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 144. William Albert HARBISON, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 145. Emma J. HARBISON, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 146. Nin McQUILLEN, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 147. Kenneth SEAVER, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.;

No. 148. P. R. HILLEMAN, petitioner, v. C. G. LEWELLYN, formerly collector, etc.

Supreme Court of the United States

October 14, 1929

and

Messrs. J. E. MacCloskey, Jr., and F. H. Atwood, both of Pittsburgh, Pa., for petitioner Harbison.

Mr. J. E. MacCloskey, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., for other petitioners.

Petition for writs of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit denied.

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