Historical Societv of the District of Columbia Circuit
Oral History Agreement of Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson
1. In consideration of the recording and preservation of my oral history memoir by
the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit,, Washington, D.C., and its employees
and agents (hereinafter “the Society”) I, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, do hereby grant and
convey to the Society and its successors and assigns all of my rights, title, and interest in the tape
recordings, transcripts and computer diskettes of my interviews as described in Schedule A
hereto, including literary rights and copyrights. All copies of the tapes, transcripts, and diskettes
are subject to the same restrictions herein provided.
2. I also reserve for myself and to the executor of my estate the right to use the tapes,
transcripts and diskette and their content as a resource for any book, pamphlet, article or other
writing of which I or my executor may be the author or co-author.
3. I authorize the Society to duplicate, edit, publish, including publication on the
internet, and permit the use of said tape recordings, transcripts and diskette in any manner that
the Society considers appropriate, and I waive any claims I may have or acquire to any royalties
fiom such use.
ACCEPTED this O’day of h*Lb ,2007, by Stephen J. Pollak, President of –
the Historical Society of the District df Columbia Circuit.

Schedule A
Tape recordings and transcripts resulting from five interviews of Judge Thomas Penfield
Jackson on the following dates:
Date Interviewer Number of Tapes Pages of Transcript
March 28, 1995 Myles V. Lynk 2 1 – 24
April 26, 1995 Myles V. Lynk 1 25 – 45
May 24, 1995 Myles V. Lynk 1 46 – 67
July 1, 2003 Eva Petko Esber 1 68 – 90
March 4, 2004 Eva Petko Esber 1 91 – 104
The transcripts of the five interviews are contained on six diskettes.