Eighth Circuit Historical Society

The Historical Society of the United States Courts in the Eighth Circuit

Court of Appeals Branch

2011 Annual Report

The Court of Appeals Branch is continuing to explore and develop ways to collaborate with the district branches to develop biographical information on District Judges who became Eighth Circuit Judges. In the meantime, its book, Establishing Justice in Middle America: A History of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, has continued to we widely distributed. Recently, the Court of Appeals Branch presented a complimentary, autographed copy of the book to retired Circuit Judge George Fagg. The Court of Appeals Branch also assisted in funding a portion of the costs relating to the videotaping of an oral history of the Honorable Myron Bright who is the longest actively serving circuit judge in the history of the Eighth Circuit.

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