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Associate justice of the US Supreme Court (1856-1941) from 1916 to 1939, remembered as the first Jewish person to serve on the Court. ALS, one page, 4.5 x 6.75, Supreme Court of the United States letterhead, June 5, 1937. Letter to Charles Schwager, in part: "I had neither seen or in any way communicated with Pierreā€¦the regrettable misstatement of the Seattle paper was, I am told, due to a clerica…

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Semi-glossy 6 x 9 paperstock photo of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, signed in the lower border in black ink. In fine condition, with scattered faint creasing.

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Ballpoint signature, "Thurgood Marshall,” on an off-white 4.75 x 3.5 Supreme Court of the United States card. In very fine condition. Encapsulated in a Beckett authentication holder.

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Five typescripts of Supreme Court opinions, each signed by an associated justice, including: Warren E. Burger (Thornburgh v. American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists), Harry A. Blackmun (Griffin v. United States), David Souter (King v. St. Vincent's Hospital), Stephen Breyer (Kingsley v. Hendrickson, inscribed), and Elena Kagan (Kimble v. Marvel Entertainment). In overall fine con…

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Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (born 1777) from 1836 until his death in 1864. Before holding that office, Taney served as secretary of the treasury and attorney general. ADS, signed three times, “R. B. Taney,” one page both sides, 7.25 x 11.75, no date but circa 1802. Taney files a suit for his client Zachariah Simmons against John Garrett for $40 in damages because of Garrott'…

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Interesting Supreme Court memo slip issued from the "Chambers of the Chief Justice," one page, 5 x 6, June 11, 1947, briefly endorsed by eight justices to indicate their approval: Hugo Black ("H.B."), Stanley Reed ("Reed"), Felix Frankfurter ("F.F."), William O. Douglas ("W.O.D."), Frank Murphy ("Read, F.M."), Robert H. Jackson ("R.H.J."), Wiley Rutledge ("W.R."), and Harold H. Burton ("H.H.B.").…

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Signed booklet from the personal library of Bushrod Washington: The Port Folio: A Monthly Miscellany, Vol. VII, Fourth Series, No. IV (220), April 1819, published in Philadelphia by Harrison Hall. Paper wrappers, 6 x 9.25, consisting of pgs. 267-352. Signed on the upper front cover with his ownership signature: “Hon’ble Bushrod Washington, Mount Vernon, Va.” In very good conditi…

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