ASSOCIATE JUSTICE FELIX FRANKFURTER - GREETING CARD SIGNED - HFSID 42863
FELIX FRANKFURTER Greeting card from the Chinese Women's Relief Association, signed "with our warm good wishes" by Frankfurter. Greeting card signed: "with our warm good wishes, from Marion and Felix Frankfurter - " by Felix Frankfurter. Color, 5x6¾ (folded).
Sale Price $360.00
Greeting card from the Chinese Women's Relief Association, signed "with our warm good wishes" by Frankfurter.
Greeting card signed: "with our warm good wishes, from Marion and Felix Frankfurter - " by Felix Frankfurter. Color, 5x6¾ (folded). Color greeting card from the Chinese Women's Relief Association, Inc. in New York City, with a copy of Ladies Embroidering on front. The Chinese Women's Relief Association began selling Chinese works of art in the 1930s to benefit victims of China's civil wars and war with Japan. A renowned legal scholar, Frankfurter (1882-1965, born in Vienna, Austria) influenced Supreme Court decisions for more than 20 years (1939-1962). A former advisor to the NAACP and co-founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, Frankfurter had affirmed that any form of discrimination against Blacks violated the 15th Amendment (Lane vs. Wilson, 1939). Believing that the Court should not interfere with laws established by the people's elected officials, he upheld President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal legislation. In the realm of civil liberties, Frankfurter would play a pivotal role in deciding the famous school desegregation case Brown vs. the Board of Education (1954), ensuring its historic importance by securing a unanimous decision. He dissented when the Court overturned Minersville West Virginia State Board of Education vs. Barnette (1943) and when it ruled in favor of legislative reapportionment (Baker vs. Carr, 1962), which he felt was strictly a political problem to be solved by the legislature, not the judiciary. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the staunch advocate of judicial self-restraint stabilized the liberal Earl Warren Court and promoted "procedural fairness" in criminal cases. Frankfurter was presented the Medal of Freedom by John F. Kennedy in 1963. Lightly toned. Adhesive residue and paper loss on verso along spine (no show-through). Light scratch along verso, which shows though but doesn't touch signature. Spine is worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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