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Letter, Thomas Jefferson to William Plumer regarding the Dartmouth College case, 21 July 1816

Letter, Thomas Jefferson to William Plumer regarding the Dartmouth Col...

Reproduction number: A53 (color slide) Shortly after being elected governor of New Hampshire in 1816, William Plumer (1759-1850), a former United States senator, sought to transform the administration of the st... More

If Bryan came to the Presidency
If Bryan came to the Presidency

If Bryan came to the Presidency

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

Justice Cardozo. Washington D.C. Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo, of the United States Supreme Court. He is native of New York state
President's committee for civil service improvements open public hearings. Washington, D.C., Nov. 1. The committee which president recently appointed to study possible reforms in recruiting governmental legal help, began open hearings today at the United States Supreme Court Building. This first photograph of the committee shows, left to right, seated: Associate Justice Felix Frankfurter, Associate Justice Stanley F. Reed, chairman, and Attorney General Frank Murphy
Justice Stone ready to resume duties. Washington D.C. Apparently fully recovered from his recent Illness, Associate Justice Harlan Fiske Stone of the United States Supreme Court returned to Washington yesterday from Sea Island, Georgia, where he had been recuperating. This exclusive picture of the Justice was made as he took an early morning stroll today. Many important decisions, among them the validity of the Labor Relations Act, have been postponed by the Court pending the return of Justice Stone to the bench. Along with Chief Justice Hughes, Justices Brandeis and Cardozo, Justice Stone is noted for his liberalism toward the New Deal
Members of Supreme Court attend service for late Justice Butler. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Members of the United States Supreme Court, who acted as honorary pall bearers for the late Justice Pierce Butler, are shown leaving St. Matthews Cathedral today where a high requiem mass was sung as a final tribute. Reading in pairs from left to right: Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, Associate Justices Owen J. Roberts, and Harlan Fiske Stone, Associate Justice Stanley F. Reed and Hugo L. Black, retired Justice George Sutherland and Justice Felix Frankfurter, retired Justice Willis Van Devanter and Justice William O. Douglas
[Nine justices of the United States Supreme Court posed standing outdoors with William Howard Taft on eve of opening session of the court]

[Nine justices of the United States Supreme Court posed standing outdo...

No. 32673. National Photo Company Collection. Same as LC-F81-32673 (?)

Patrick J. Hurley takes oath of office as Secretary of War to succeed late James V. Good. Justice Harland Fiske Stone (right) Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, administering the oath of office to Patrick J. Hurley of Oklahoma, who succeeds the late James V. Good as Secretary of War. The new secretary was formerly Assistant Secretary of War. 12/9/29
New Supreme Court Justice in robes. Washington, D.C., Jan. 29. The new Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Stanley Reed, pictured in his robes for the first time since his confirmation
New Supreme Court Justice in robes. Washington, D.C., Jan. 29. The new Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Stanley Reed, pictured in his robes for the first time since his confirmation. Warning to editors:
United States Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.
Justice Roberts rests at summer home. Kimberton, PA. Aug. 22. Associate Justice Owen J. Roberts of the United States Supreme Court, is spending the summer at his large dairy farm in the mountains of eastern Pennsylvania near this small town
Justice Roberts rests at summer home. Kimberton, PA. Aug. 22. Associate Justice Owen J. Roberts of the United States Supreme Court, is spending the summer at his large dairy farm in the mountains of eastern Pennsylvania near this small town
Justice Roberts rests at summer home. Kimberton, PA. Aug. 22. Associate Justice Owen J. Roberts of the United States Supreme Court, is spending the summer at his large dairy farm in the mountains of eastern Pennsylvania near this small town
Crowd seeks admittance to U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. Oct. 5. The United States Supreme Court convened for the new term today, during which they must determine the validity of 10 important New Deal measures. This picture shows part of the crowd waiting in the corridor of the Supreme Court building before the court went into session at noon
Veteran Idaho legislator. Washington D.C. July 16. Senator William E. Borah, veteran Senator from Idaho, photographed in his office today. A great admirer of the late John Marshall, first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Senator Borah is shown gazing at a picture of the jurist which hangs in a prominent spot in the Senator's office. 7/16/37
Another victory. Washington, D.C., May 24. Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., young Department of Justice attorney, scored another great victory for the administration today when the United States Supreme Court validated the social security old-age benefits law. Wyzanski defended the Social Security Act before the court with the same vigor characterized in his defence of the National Labor Relations Act, 5/24/37
Supreme Court up with docket clerk reports to Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., March 30. The United States Supreme Court is well up with its docket, Charles Elmore Cropley, Clerk of the Court, informed the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The statement given the committee by Cropley contained the information that the new rules on "modernizing and liberalizing" of procedure had speeded up the work of the court, 3/30/1937
Justice Cardozo celebrates 67th birthday. Washington, D.C., May 24. Justice Benjamin Cardozo, youngest member of the United States Supreme Court in point of service, celebrated his 67th birthday today. He was snapped as he left his apartment for the Supreme Court chamber, 5/24/1937
Texas senator sponsors son before U.S. Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., May 24. Ben Connally, son of the United States Senator from Texas, was today admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Ben is shown leaving the court with his father, who introduced the youngster to member of the nation's highest tribunal, 5/24/37
Arrives for Supreme Court Session. Washington, D.C., Oct. 11. Associate Justice George Sutherland of the United States Supreme Court arriving for today's session of the Court, 10/11/37
Justice Cardozo reaches 67th milestone. Washington, D.C., May 5. Justice Benjamin Cardozo as he appeared today on his 67th birthday. The picture was made as the justice was leaving his apartment on his way to today's session of the United States Supreme Court, 5/24/37
Chief Justice. Washington, D.C., April 29. A new informal snapshot of Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, Charles Evans Hughes, 4/29/38
New U.S. Supreme Court Marshal. Washington, D.C May 3. Thomas E. Waggaman has been named Marshal of the United States Supreme Court to succeed Frank Key Green, who died last week. For 27 years Waggaman has been an employee of the court, starting there as a page boy in 1911 when only 13 years. He was apppointed court crier in 1915, a post he held until yesterday. He is a native of Washington and a graduate of Georgetown University in law, 5/3/38
Oyez' Oyez' U.S. Supreme Court gets new crier. Washington, D.C., May 27. Perry Lippitt, 23 years old and a native of Washington, has been appointed crier of the United States Supreme Court to succeed Thomas E. Waggaman. Waggaman was promoted to the post of Marchal recently made vacant by the death of Frank Key Green. Young Lippitt is a graduate of the St. Albans school for boys in the Capitol, 5/27/38
Slated for Supreme Court vacancy. Washington, D.C., Dec. 30. Associate Justice Harold M. Stephens of the D.C., Court of Appeals is slated for appointment to the United States Supreme Court, it was reported in the capital today. This is a new photograph of Judge Stephens, who is a native of Utah, 12/30/38
Justices attend funeral services for deceased Supreme Court Marshall. Washington, D.C., April 28. Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes and Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds leaving Holy Trinity Catholic Church today after attending funeral services for the late Frank Key Green, marshal of the United States Supreme Court for the last 23 years. In the rear can be seen Associate Justice and Mrs. Pierce Butler, 4/28/38
Justice McReynolds celebrates 76th birthday. Washington, D.C., February 3. Appearing the best of health, Associate Justice James Clark McReynolds of the United States Supreme Court, celebrated his 76th birthday today. Driving his own car he is shown leaving his home for the Supreme Court, 2/3/38
Justice Black welcomed to Senate. Washington, D.C., June 15. As congress neared adjournment today associate Justice Hugo L. Black visited the Senate Chamber for the first time since his appointment to the United States Supreme Court. He was welcomed by Senator John H. Bankhead, (left) and Senator Lister Hill, (right) who named to the Senate seat vacated by Black, 6/15/38
Plan for hearing on Reed nomination. Washington, D.C., Jan. 17. Senator Henry F. Ashurst, of Arizona, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Senator Matthew M. Neely of West Virginia, Senate Rules Committee Chairman, map out plans for Senate Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on the fitness of Stanley F. Reed to sit on the United States Supreme Court. Senator M.M. Logan of Kentucky, is Chairman of the Subcommittee, 1/17/38
Washington, D.C., Jan. 10. Rep. Hatton W. Sumners, Democrat of Texas, who is being mentioned as a probable candidate to succeed Justice George Sutherland on the United States Supreme Court, is shown talking with Speaker Bankhead, 1/10/38
Chief Justice as portrayed by 'Gridiron Widow'. Washington, D.C., Dec. 17. Lilli L. Sheppard portrayed Chief Justice Hughes in a skit satirizing the United States Supreme Court presented by members of the Women's National Press Club at the 'Gridiron Widows' party at the White House tonight. Women government officials, wives of Gridiron Club members, and wives of honor guests at the Gridiron Dinner were at the party which is given annually by Mrs. Roosevelt on the night of the Gridiron holds its dinner, 12/16/38
May get S.E.C. Chairmanship. Washington, D.C., March 23. Reports in the Capitol say Jerome Frank, Securities and Exchange Commissioner, will be named to the Chairmanship vacated by William O. Douglas when he was nominated to the United States Supreme Court. 3-23-39
Chief Justice and Mrs. Hughes leave home for opening of Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Oct. 3. Chief Justice and Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes leaving their home today for the United States Supreme Court where the Chief Justice presided at the court's opening for the 1938-39 term, 10/3/38
Chief Justice takes brisk walk on 77th birthday. Washington, D.C., April 11. Celebrating his 77th birthday today, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes of the United States Supreme Court, is snapped by a news cameraman as he takes his usual morning stroll. The Chief Justice appears fully recovered from the recent illness which kept him confined to his home for 10 days. 4-11-39
New Attorney General admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Jan. 4. Attorney General Frank Murphy, left, was today presented to the United Supreme Court by Solicitor General Robert Jackson. At the same time, Murphy was admitted to practice before the High Tribunal, 1/4/39
May get S.E.C. Chairmanship. Washington, D.C., March 23. Reports in the Capitol say Jerome Frank, Securities and Exchange Commissioner, will be named to the Chairmanship vacated by William O. Douglas when he was nominated to the United States Supreme Court. 3-23-39
Chief Justice arrives for opening of Supreme Court. Washington, D.C., Oct. 3. Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes arriving at his chambers in the United States Supreme Court building prior to presiding at the opening of the 1938-39 term of the court today
Wiley Rutledge (Supreme Court of the United States) typed letter (copy) to [Gardner] Jackson, Ogunquit, Me., August 16, 1947
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Skinner, Ralston
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Hoyt, Janet Ralston Chase
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Abstracts of titles, bonds, deeds, leases, and mortgages; 1844-1851
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Whipple, John W
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Walbridge, Helen M
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Chase, Alice Jane
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Chase, Mary E
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Jones, Charlotte L
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Clients and cases; 1845-1850
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Chase, Alexander Ralston
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Walbridge, W. Hunt
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Abstracts of titles, bonds, deeds, leases, and mortgages; 1852-1862
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Abstracts of titles, bonds, deeds, leases, and mortgages; 1864-1869, undated
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Ludlow, James D
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Smith, Amelia Wallace
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Smith, Caroline
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Walbridge, Henry B
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Chase's notes on Supreme Court cases (notebook)
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Letterbooks and Letterpress Copybooks, 1833-1873; 1857, Feb. 16-1861, Jan. 20
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1839
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Chase, Edward I
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Letterbooks and Letterpress Copybooks, 1833-1873; 1833, Nov. 19-1837, Aug. 2
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; General; Survey plats and maps
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Whiteman, Mrs. C. L
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; General; Commonplace book
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; Chase, Salmon P.; Biographical and genealogical data
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; General; Scrapbook of newspaper clippings
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; General; Printed matter
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; Chase, Salmon P.; Autobiographical sketches
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; General; Woodward College, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1845-1848
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Printed matter
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Colby, Isaac
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1840
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Miscellany, 1840-1896; General; Miscellaneous writings; Murray, John D., "Lecture on the Rise, Progress and Present Extent of Slavery in the United States," 1842, Feb. 2
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1842; Jan.-June
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1842; July-Dec
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1843
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1844
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1845; Jan.-June
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1845; July-Dec
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1846; Jan.-June
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1847; July-Dec
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1848; May-Aug
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1848; Jan.-Apr
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1848; Sept.-Dec
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1849; Aug
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Speeches and Writings, 1849-1868; Speeches; 1849, Aug. 27 , Charleston, S.C
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Financial Papers, 1774-1873; Personal account books, 1849 , 1864-1873
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1849; Sept.-Dec
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1849; Jan.-Feb
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1849; Mar.-Apr
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1849; May-June
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1849; July
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1850; July-Dec
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Family Correspondence, 1821-1872; Chase, Salmon P.; 1850
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1850; Jan.-Feb
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Additions, 1850-1858; 2003 Addition; Correspondence, 1850
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Speeches and Writings, 1849-1868; Speeches; 1851, May 30 , Toledo, Ohio
Salmon P. Chase Papers: General Correspondence, 1810-1898; 1851
Salmon P. Chase Papers: Legal File, 1755-1872; Clients and cases; 1852-1860
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