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Lawyers and Poetry

Joseph S. Auerbach

New York

Joseph Auerbach obtained his A.B. degree from New York University in 1875, his LL.B. in 1877, and his A.M. in 1891. He practiced law in New York City beginning in 1879. He was associated with the firm, Davies, Auerbach, Cornell & Hardy. [Source: Who Was Who in America, Vol. 2 (Chicago: The A.N. Marquis Company, 1950)]


Joseph S. Auerbach, A Letter to a Neighbor. Today: The Soldier of the Union. On Some To-morrow: The Coming War (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1918) [online text]

________________, Poems (Privately Printed, 1921)


Joseph Smith Auerbach, The New York System of Procedure: Its Theory, History and Porgress in the United States, England and India (New York: Foster & Eppley, 1877)

__________________, Dedication of the Bishop Henry Codman Potter Memorial Buildings (New York: City & Surbaan Homes Co., 1912)

__________________, "Mum's Boy ([New York: Scribner], Privately printed, 1916)

__________________, A Club: "An Assembly of Good Fellows" (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1914)(New York: Harper & Brothers, 1920)(New York: Harper & Bros., 1939)

__________________, Essays and Miscellanies (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1914-1922)(3 vols.)(3 editions) [vol. 3 (1922): online text] (Essays and Miscellanies contains poems at pp. 291-340)

__________________, Theodore Roosevelt: An Appreciation (New Yokr: Longmans, Green and Co., 1923)

__________________, De Lancey Nicoll: An Appreciation (New York: Harper, 1931)

__________________, The Bar of Other Days (New York: Harper, 1940)(Holmes Beach, Florida: Guant, 2003)


Joseph S. Auerbach, The Legal Aspect of "Trusts," 169 (514) The North American Review 362-375 (September, 1899) [online text]