ASSOCIATE JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 280967
Sale Price $680.00
Small black and white publicity photograph of Clarence Thomas wearing his judge's robe.
Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Angie-/I wish you all the/best!/Clarence Thomas". B/w, 6x9 overall, image 4¼x5½ (one surface). Clarence Thomas (born in 1948), civil rights chief of the U.S. Department of Education (1981-1982), chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (1982-1990), Federal Appeals Court Judge (1990-1991) and a Black American with conservative views on affirmative action and abortion, was appointed by President Bush in 1991 to fill the seat of retiring liberal Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall, who was the first Black American on the Supreme Court. In October, when approval was all but assured, the Senate Judiciary Committee reopened confirmation hearings to examine charges by Anita Hill, a University of Oklahoma law professor, that Thomas had subjected her to sexual harassment while she was an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission employee in the 1980. Televised testimony and debate on the charges did not change the committee's recommendation for approval, but polls showed a deep division in public opinion. Thomas, who was confirmed by a full Senate vote of 52-48, is still a member of the Court. Fine condition.
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