ASSOCIATE JUSTICE ARTHUR J. GOLDBERG - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 09/21/1962 - HFSID 42907
ARTHUR J. GOLDBERG Thanks for good will upon his Supreme Court appointment. TLS: "Arthur J. Goldberg" as JFK's Secretary of Labor, 1p, 7x9. Secretary of Labor, Washington, 1962 September 21. To M. Preston Goodfellow, Washington, D.C.
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ARTHUR J. GOLDBERG
Thanks for good will upon his Supreme Court appointment.
TLS: "Arthur J. Goldberg" as JFK's Secretary of Labor, 1p, 7x9. Secretary of Labor, Washington, 1962 September 21. To M. Preston Goodfellow, Washington, D.C. In full: "My thanks for your thoughtfulness and expressions of good will on my appointment to the Supreme Court. I will earnestly seek to live up to the great trust that a seat on the Court demands, with fidelity to the traditions of the Supreme Court and the principles of the Constitution." On August 28, 1962, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Felix Frankfurter retired. President Kennedy nominated Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg to succeed him. Goldberg, confirmed by voice vote of the U.S. Senate on September 28, 1962, took his seat on the Supreme Court three days later, on October 1, 1962. Fine condition.
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