Robby DeBoer Papers: 1977-2006 (bulk 1991-2006)
Summary Information
Title: Robby DeBoer Papers
Creator: DeBoer, Robby, 1957-
Inclusive dates: 1977-2006
Bulk dates: 1991-2006
Extent: 20 linear feet
Extent: 1 oversize folder
Extent: 6.3 GB (online)
Abstract:
Two year custody battle over "Baby Girl Clausen" between Jan and Robby DeBoer of Ann Arbor, Michigan and her biological parents Cara Clausen and Daniel Schmidt of Blairstown, Iowa; and the national child advocacy group Hear My Voice. The collection consists of correspondence, news clippings, press releases, photographs, audio cassette tapes, CD-ROMs, DVDs, video tapes, and legal papers such as petitions, briefs, judicial orders, and amicus briefs.
Call number: 2010188 Aa 2; UAl
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
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Finding aid created by Beth Myerowitz and Shelley Hayreh, 2010

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

This collection was donated by Robby DeBoer (donor no. 10367) in June 2010.

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open to research.

Copyright:

Copyright is not held by the Regents of the University of Michigan.

Alternate Format:

Digitization: The Library has undertaken the digitization of a number of sound recordings within this collection. The resulting audio files are available for playback only in the Bentley Library Reading Room. Links to item images and additional information are available within this finding aid. Original sound recordings are only available for staff use.

Preferred Citation:

[item], folder, box, Robby DeBoer Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Biography

The custody battle over "Baby Girl Clausen" began shortly after Cara Clausen gave birth to the baby girl on February 8, 1991 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Two days after giving birth, Cara Clausen signed a "Release of Custody," releasing her parental rights to "Baby Girl Clausen." At the same time, she named Scott Seefeldt, her current boyfriend, as the father of the baby. Like Clausen, Seefeldt also signed a "Release of Custody" of the child. On February 25, 1991, The Juvenile Court of Linn County, Iowa terminated the parental rights of Cara Clausen and Scott Seefeldt and named Jan and Roberta "Robby" DeBoer of Ann Arbor, Michigan as the legal custodians of "Baby Girl Clausen." On the same day, Jan and Robby DeBoer filed a petition in the District Court of Linn County, Iowa to adopt the baby. By March 1, 1991, "Baby Girl Clausen," had moved into her Ann Arbor, Michigan home with Jan and Robby DeBoer. The couple named the baby Jessica.

On February 28th, Clausen changed her mind about the adoption and informed the real father of the baby, Dan Schmidt, of the child. By March 6, 1991, Clausen had filed a "Request to Revoke and Vacate Orders" with the Juvenile Court of Linn County, Iowa and an Affidavit stating that she did not identify the real father, claiming now that Daniel Schmidt was the actual biological father to "Baby Girl Clausen."

On March 21, 1991, the Juvenile Court of Linn County, Iowa held a hearing to consider Cara Clausen's request that the court should reinstate her parental rights. The Court rejected the claims of Cara Clausen and Daniel Schmidt, holding that it no longer had jurisdiction because the DeBoers had already filed an adoption petition in District Court.

On March 27th, 1991, Daniel petitioned for custody of the baby on the grounds that he had not signed a release for the adoption as the father of the infant. The DeBoers challenged the petition in court for two years in both Iowa and Michigan. Finally, the United States Supreme Court refused to hear the case, upholding a lower-court decision giving custody of Jessica to the birth parents, who had in the meantime married and given birth to another child.

On August 2, 1993, in front of the news media, Jessica was transferred from her home with the DeBoers to her birth parents in Iowa. Jessica DeBoer is now known as Anna Schmidt.

Robby DeBoer's experience with the "Baby Jessica Case," as it was commonly known in the media, led her to establish the child advocacy group Hear My Voice. The organization, formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, offers pro bono help for adoptive/custodial parents and guardians involved in difficult custody cases.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Robby DeBoer papers document the legal battle and media coverage surrounding the adoption of "Baby Girl Clausen," and also the organizational records of the national child advocacy group Hear My Voice. The collection consists of correspondence, news clippings, press releases, photographs, audio cassette tapes, CD-ROMs, DVDs, video tapes, and legal papers such as petitions, briefs, judicial orders, and amicus briefs. The collection has the following series: Biographical, Litigation, Hear My Voice, Publicity, Audio/Visual Materials, and General Correspondence.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Adoption -- Law and legislation -- United States.
  • Adoptive parents -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Children's rights -- United States.
  • Adoption -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Children's rights -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • Judicial proceedings -- Michigan -- Ann Arbor.
  • DVDs.
  • Publicity.
  • Photographs.
  • Sound recordings.
  • Videotapes.
  • DeBoer, Robby, 1957-
  • Hear My Voice.
  • DeBoer, Robby, 1957-
  • Hear My Voice.
Contents List
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Container / Location Title
 
Biographical [series]

The Biographical series documents the custody battle over Jessica from Robby DeBoer's point of view. The series includes drafts of DeBoer's autobiography Losing Jessica as well as tape transcripts where Robby DeBoer gives a detailed account of her two year fight to keep Jessica.

Box   1  
Losing Jessica, Drafts 1994 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Robby DeBoer tape transcripts undated
 
Litigation, In the Matter of Baby Girl Clausen, Roberta and Jan DeBoer vs. Daniel Schmidt [series]

The Litigation, in the matter of Baby Girl Clausen, Roberta and Jan DeBoers vs. Daniel Schmidt series documents the two year custody case of Baby Jessica in the Iowa and Michigan courts. The series consists of legal papers such as petitions, briefs, judicial orders, and amicus briefs.

Box   1  
Adoption Papers January-February 1991
 
Court Transcripts
Box   1  
Tape transcripts, undated
 
Iowa District Court in and for Linn County
Box   1  
11/4/1992
 
Circuit Court for the Washtenaw County
Box   1  
1/5/1993
Box   1  
1/26/1993
Box   1  
1/28/1993
Box   1  
1/29/1993
Box   2  
2/1/1993
Box   2  
2/2/1993
Box   2  
2/3/1993
Box   2  
2/8/1993
Box   2  
2/9/1993
Box   2  
2/10/1993
Box   2  
2/12/1993
Box   2  
4/15/1993
Box   2  
Custody Laws Research 1990s
Box   3  
Daniel Schmidt Legal Papers 1977-1982 (2 folders)
 
Petitions, Appeals, Correspondence, and Other Papers
 
Iowa Courts
Box   3  
March 1991-November 1992 (21 folders)
 
Michigan Courts
Box   3  
December 1992-January 1993 (12 folders)
Box   4  
January-July 1993 (21 folders)
Box   4  
United States Supreme Court September 1993
 
Hear My Voice [series]

The Hear My Voice series contains the organizational records of the national child advocacy group. The series consists of by-laws, memos, correspondence, press releases, newsletters, financial papers, and legal papers related to individual custody lawsuits supported by the organization.

 
Board of Directors
Box   5  
Memos and documentation
Box   5  
Minutes 1995-2006
Box   5  
Bylaws
Box   5  
Case intake form
 
Chapters
Box   5  
Arkansas
Box   5  
California
Box   5  
Colorado
Box   5  
Connecticut
Box   5  
Delaware
Box   5  
Florida
Box   5  
Georgia
Box   5  
Illinois
Box   5  
Indiana
Box   5  
Iowa
Box   5  
Kentucky
Box   5  
Maine
Box   5  
Maryland
Box   5  
Massachusetts
Box   5  
Michigan
Box   5  
Nevada
Box   5  
New Hampshire
Box   5  
New Jersey
Box   5  
New Mexico
Box   5  
New York
Box   5  
North Carolina
Box   5  
Ohio
Box   5  
Oklahoma
Box   5  
Pennsylvania
Box   5  
South Carolina
Box   5  
Texas
Box   5  
Virginia
Box   5  
Wisconsin
Box   5  
Child custody case summaries
 
Child custody cases
Box   5  
Badilla, Antonio (Michigan) 2005
Box   5  
Baldanza, Cameron and Brandon (New York) 1994
Box   5  
Bauer, Monica and Rossi, Zachary (Pennsylvania) 1993-1994
Box   5  
Carr, Dyron (North Carolina) 1994
Box   5  
Cromwell, LADH and PPH (Michigan) 2006

(See also Holey, Liliandra and Pearl)

Box   5  
Dawson, Alexander (Michigan) 2005-2006
Box   5  
Engels, (Minnesota) Summer 1994
Box   5  
Evers, Hannah (Alabama) 2003
Box   5  
Failla, Kelsey (Michigan) 1991-1994
Box   5  
Frazer, Samantha (Delaware) 1998
Box   6  
Gawronski, Joseph Samuel (Alabama) 1996-2000
Box   6  
Gibson-Newberry, Mercedes and Keely (Michigan) 2006
Box   6  
Grabarkiewicz, Gage (Michigan) 1994
Box   6  
Green, Antwon (Michigan) 1994-1997
Box   6  
Grissom; Rachel, Tony, and Rebecca (Missouri) 1994
Box   6  
Guy, Ruby (Delaware) 1998
Box   6  
Hayden, Sarah (Florida) 1996
Box   6  
Heidt, Alyssa (Nevada) 1993
Box   6  
Helms, Lance (California) 1994-1995
Box   6  
Holey, Liliandra and Pearl (Michigan) 2003

(See also Cromwell, LADH and PPH)

Box   6  
Ireland, Maranda (Michigan) 1994-1995
Box   6  
Janikova, Richard (Illinois) 1995
Box   6  
Johnson, Michael; White, Mark, and Matthew (Texas) 1993
Box   6  
Kalua'u, Kalei (Hawaii) 1996
Box   6  
Kerr, Nicole (Michigan/Ottawa) 1994-2001
Box   6  
King, Charles (Utah) 1996
Box   6  
Lehr, Kayla (Pennsylvania) 1994
Box   6  
Long, Justin Lee (California) 1993
Box   6  
Meade, Stephanie (Michigan) 1994
Box   7  
Medina-Bookert, Kassem (New Mexico) 1995
Box   7  
Meldrum, Timothy Jr. (South Dakota) 1998-2003
Box   7  
Melander, Cheyanne (New York) 1997
Box   7  
Mole, Abigail (Wisconsin) 1998
Box   7  
Moore, Justin (Ohio) 1999-2000
Box   7  
Moores, Carrie (Ontario) 1993
Box   7  
Palmer, Shala (Michigan) 1995
Box   7  
Pixley, Cornilous (Maryland) 1997-1998
Box   7  
Ramon, Alexander (Michigan) 1994
Box   7  
Red Shirt, Cody Cavett (Colorado) 1994
Box   7  
Ruiz, Lucy and Bridget (California) 1994-1997
Box   7  
Schlaepfer, Felicia and Natasha (Texas/Minnesota) 1993-1995
Box   7  
Scott, Daryl (Michigan) 1997
Box   7  
Scott, Evan (Florida) 2003-2006
Box   7  
Schwind, Megan (Kansas) 1993-1994
Box   7  
Sickinger, Dillon and Taylor (New York) 1992-1997
Box   7  
Simonitch, Ashlee and Nicholas (Kansas) 1996-1998
Box   7  
Smith, Kyle (Texas) 1996
Box   7  
Thomas, Seth (Kansas) 1992-1994
Box   7  
Tipton, Donnie (Alabama) 1997
Box   8  
Ventinner, Lenny (Texas) 1994
Box   8  
Washington, Myokra and Tiffany (Wisconsin) 1995
Box   8  
Welsh, Emily (Florida) 1994-1995
Box   8  
Williams; Jonathan, David, and Clifford (Michigan) 1994
Box   8  
Zalinsky, Josie and Riley, Nick (West Virginia) 1997
Box   8  
Miscellaneous cases and court documents
 
Conferences, Seminars, Events
Box   8  
1st National Conference October 8-10, 1993
Box   8  
Rally for Children's Rights October 23, 1993
Box   8  
National Working Conference on Children's Rights September 30-October 2, 1994
Box   8  
Educational Conference about Realities September 27-October 1, 1995
Box   8  
National Training Seminar October 27-29, 1995
Box   8  
Combined Federal Campaign 1996
Box   8  
Defending Children First: A Call to Action October 3-6, 1996
Box   8  
Building Blocks to Advocacy September 26-28, 1997
Box   8  
Hear My Voice at Five Years National Conference October 2-4, 1998
Box   8  
Seventh Annual Fall Conference October 8-10, 1999
Box   8  
"Champions for Children" fundraising event October 16, 2002

(photographs from and recording of the event can be found in the Audio/Visual Materials series)

Box   8  
Miscellaneous
Box   8  
Contacts: includes donor correspondence and mailing lists
Box   8  
Correspondence 1993-2004 (4 folders)
Box   8  
Financial contracts
Box   8  
Financial reports 1993-2005 (scattered)
Box   8  
Hotline messages 1997-1998
 
Legislation
 
National
Box   8  
Adoption and foster care
Box   8  
Adoption and Safe Families Act
 
State Laws
Box   9  
Abuse and neglect
Box   9  
Adoption
Box   9  
Adoption and Safe Families Act implementation (4 folders)
Box   9  
Paternity
Box   9  
Licensing and incorporation documents 1993
Box   10  
Mailings 1993-2006 (8 folders)
Box   10  
Newsletters 1993-2007
Box   10  
Press conference January 21, 1994
Box   10  
Procedural handbook 1999
Box   10  
Publications
 
Miscellaneous
Box   10  
Clippings, mostly miscellaneous 1990-1998 (9 folders)
Box   10  
Documents and other publications (3 folders)
Box   10  
Pins undated
 
Publicity [series]

The Publicity series reflects the media interest in the custody battle between Jan and Robby DeBoer and Cara Clausen and Daniel Schmidt. The series is made up of news clippings, writings about the custody case, and the script from the television movie based on the custody battle. The series also contains the papers from the support group Justice for Jessi, which later became the Jessica DeBoer Committee for Children's Rights.

Box   11  
Clippings, mostly DeBoer 1973-2003 (13 folders)
Box   11  
The DeBoer Dilemma University of Michigan Law School Bridge Week 1993
Box   11  
Interview Requests and Correspondence 1993
Box   11  
Justice for Jessi Committee 1993
Box   11  
Press Releases 1993
Box   11  
Prime Time Live viewer correspondence 1994
Box   11  
Whose Child is This? The War for Baby Jessica, Script 1993
Box   11  
Writings and Articles 1993-1994
Oversize Folder   UAl  
Posters and event announcements
 
Audio/Visual Materials [series]

The Audio/Visual Materials series contains the following subseries: Audio Cassette Tapes, CD-ROM/DVD, Photographs, and Video Tapes.

 
Audio Cassette Tapes [subseries] [Digitized audio files are currently availableonly in the Bentley Historical Library reading room on designated Bentley Library computers.]

The Audio Cassette Tapes subseries contains music recordings made in support of the DeBoer's adoption of Jessica as well as a radio broadcast on the Illinois Chapter of Hear My Voice.

Box   12  
Annie Rose: "Do You Feel It?: Special Edition Release for The DeBoer Committee for Children's Rights" 1993 (Audio Cassette, Compact Cassette, 1 7/8 ips)
  Online  
[Side 1] ([2010188-SR-1-1])
(Cassette released by Annie Rose on the DeBoer case. Side One Songs are: Do You Feel It?, My Dog Rags, Francisco, Clean My Room Blues, Buenos Dias, Yellow Bird, Sing When The Spirit Says Sing,The Swan, Flying.) (mp3 file) [access item]
  Online  
[Side 2] ([2010188-SR-1-2])
(Cassette released by Annie Rose on the DeBoer case. Side Two songs listed are: Funga Alafia, My Favorite Teacher, The Weird Garden, Bon Bon Attack, JAHM Jam, The Tree Frog, Umaka-ea, Hear My Voice.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   12  
Annie Rose: "Hear My Voice: Justice for Jessi DeBoer and Children in Crisis Everywhere" 1993 (Audio Cassette, Compact Cassette, 1 7/8 ips)
  Online  
[Side 1] ([2010188-SR-2-1])
(Cassette released by Annie Rose on the DeBoer case. Song title for Side A: Hear My Voice Annie Rose.) (mp3 file) [access item]
  Online  
[Side 2] ([2010188-SR-2-2])
(Cassette released by Annie Rose on the DeBoer case. Song title for Side B: Child of My Soul Annie Rose.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   12  
Hear My Voice, Illinois Chapter, WJJG-AM 1530 Live Radio Broadcast 1997 July 18 (Audio Cassette, Compact Cassette, 1 7/8 ips)
  Online  
[Side 1; no Side 2] ([2010188-SR-3-1])
(Radio interview with the Hear My Voice organization and others involved in children's advocacy.) (mp3 file) [access item]
 
CD-ROM / DVD [subseries]

The CD-ROM/DVD subseries contains recordings of events and conferences associated with Hear My Voice.

Box   12  
"Can you Hear the Children's Voices?," undated (2 optical discs (DVDs))
Box   12  
"Champions for Children" fundraising event (1 optical discs (DVDs))
Box   12  
Hear My Voice Conference 1999 (1 optical discs (CDs))

(audio recording only)

Box   12  
Hear My Voice Kids, slide show undated (1 optical discs (DVDs))
Box   12  
"Smile: Start Making it Livable for Everyone," Oakland County Circuit Court 2006 (2 optical discs (DVDs))
 
Photographs [subseries]

The Photographs subseries consists of images of Hear My Voice events. The subseries also contains two images of Jessica DeBoer/Anna Schmidt; one image is of Jessica when she was two years old and still living with the DeBoers, the second image is of Anna Schmidt as a teenager.

Box   12  
"Champions for Children" fundraising event 2002 (6 folders)
Box   12  
Child Abuse Reform Legislation, Press Conference 1997
 
Hear My Voice
Box   12  
Conference (Ann Arbor, MI) 1998
Box   12  
Snapshots of Families and Children 1990s-2000s
Box   12  
Jessica DeBoer/Anna Schmidt 1993, 2000s (2 photographs)
Box   12  
KABC-Radio's Dennis Prager Rally for Baby Richard 1995
Box   12  
Rally on Washington and the Baby DeBoer fund 1992
 
Videotapes [subseries]

The Videotapes subseries includes recordings of television news segments covering the Baby Jessica Case, other custody cases between adoptive and biological parents, and Hear My Voice events. The video recordings on the Jessica DeBoer case illustrate the extent to which the custody case captured the nation's attention. The recordings include news segments from national media outlets as well as local news stations. Tape 43 is notable because it shows Robby and Jan DeBoer receiving training to assist them with answering questions during the many high profile interviews they conducted during the two year custody case.

 
Jessica DeBoer
Box   12  
Tape 1: WJBK Detroit January 1992 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   12  
Tape 2: TV2 News October 1992 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   12  
Tape 3: 20/20; Local News Segments 1992-1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   12  
Tape 4: TV2 News; Good Morning America January 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 5: Good Morning America January-February 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 6: Good Morning America January, April, August 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 7-14: "Schmidt vs. DeBoer," Court TV February 1993 (8 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 15: 20/20 March 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 16: Justice for Jessi Rally April 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 17-18: Justice for Jessi Rights Rally in D.C. July 1993 (2 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 19: Good Morning America July 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 20: WDIV-TV Detroit August 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 21: NBC News Now August 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   13  
Tape 22: "Jessica: The Final Hours," KGAN-TV August 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 23: George Rogers Clark High School Support Video October 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 24-25: American Journal circa 1993 (2 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 26: Rally in Washington 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 27: Whose Child is This? The War for Baby Jessica 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 28: NBC News Now July 1994 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 29-30: DeBoer Interviews October 1994 (2 videotapes (beta tapes))
Box   14  
Tape 31: 48 Hours 1994 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 32: The Crusaders 1994 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 33: PrimeTime Live 1994 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 34: NBC News NOW 1994 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 35: WDIV-TV Detroit 1999 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 36: Comparisons to Elian Gonzalez Good Morning America, NBC Today Show, Fox TV News 2000 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 37: "What ever happened to Baby Jessica," WDIV 2003 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 38: Can You Hear? undated (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 39: CBS This Morning undated (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   14  
Tape 40-41: DeBoer Committee for Children's Rights undated (2 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 42: Jan DeBoer Interview, MSNBC undated (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 43: Robby and Jan DeBoer, Interview Training undated (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
 
Other Custody Cases
Box   15  
Tape 44: Atkins, Josh (Ohio) undated (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 45-46: Baby Richard undated (2 videotapes (beta tapes))
Box   15  
Tape 47: Mankin, Allyson 1996 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 48-49: Meldrum, Timothy Jr. (South Dakota) 2001-2002 (2 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 50-51: Moore, Justin (Ohio) 1999-2002 (2 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 52: Raub, Paula and Hawk (Washington) circa 2000 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 53: Simonitch, Ashlee and Nicholas (Kansas) undated (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 54: Smith, Lily and Pearl (Michigan) circa 2000 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 55: Birth Parent Rights Discussion March 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 56: "Listen to the Children," Family Law Section of the State of Michigan Bar March 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 57: "The Long Journey Home," 20/20 December 1992 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 58: "Why Don't Kids Have a Voice?" ABC News Special 2001 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
 
Hear My Voice Events
Box   15  
Tape 59-61: Drake Hotel/Ali Event October 2002 (3 videotapes (VHS (TM)))
Box   15  
Tape 62: First Annual Children's Rights Benefit Dinner November 1993 (1 videotape (VHS (TM)))
 
General Correspondence [series]

The General Correspondence series is comprised of letters received, mainly in the period of April-November 1993. The letters are from citizens throughout the United States and some foreign countries in response to the "Baby Jessica" case. Most of the letters are supportive of the DeBoers, seeking more information, asking how they might help, providing some monetary support, etc. There are no letters sent in response. The letters are unarranged.

Box   16  
Letters received April-November 1993
Box   17  
Letters received April-November 1993

(continued)

Box   18  
Letters received April-November 1993

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Box   19  
Letters received April-November 1993

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Box   20  
Letters received April-November 1993

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Related Material

The Law Library of the University of Michigan has 59 videocassettes of the coverage of the case as seen on Court TV.