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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE HARRY A. BLACKMUN - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED - DOCUMENT 54243

 
HARRY A. BLACKMUN
Harry A. Blackmun signs a philatelic envelope commemorating Benjamin Franklin and ½¢ Regular postage part of the series of 1954-56.
Philatelic envelope signed: "Harry A. Blackmun", 6½x3½, commemorating Benjamin Franklin and ½¢ Regular postage part of the series of 1954-56, postmarked Washington, D.C., October 20, 1955, six ½¢ stamps affixed First Day of Issue. Blackmun, appointed by President Nixon in 1970, was initially allied with the conservatives on the Court, but is best remembered for his 1973 majority opinion in Roe v. Wade, legalizing abortion. He retired in 1994 and died in 1999. In March, 2004, Blackmun's papers collected at the Library of Congress were opened for public view: 1,576 boxes of papers and 38 hours of oral history. The papers, and particularly the video tapes, are providing candid looks behind the scenes at the Court's deliberations. Fine condition.


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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE HARRY A. BLACKMUN
Born: November 12, 1908 in Nashville, Illinois
Died: March 4, 1999 in Arlington County, Virginia




Film Credits
1997 Amistad (Performer), 1994 Stop the Violence (Other), 1990 Rescuers of the Holocaust (Other), 1988 Body Body (Other), 1987 The Childsavers (Other), 1987 In Search of the Constitution (in person), 1980 Bodies (Other)


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