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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOSEPH P. BRADLEY - AUTOGRAPH SENTIMENT SIGNED - HFSID 315293

JOSEPH P. BRADLEY His handwritten sentiment as Supreme Court Justice, from the close of a letter Autograph Sentiment signed: "Very truly yours,/Joseph P. Bradley/Justice of Supreme Court/U.S.," 3¾x2¾. Joseph P. Bradley (1813-1892), appointed by President Ulysses S.

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JOSEPH P. BRADLEY
His handwritten sentiment as Supreme Court Justice, from the close of a letter
Autograph Sentiment signed: "Very truly yours,/Joseph P. Bradley/Justice of Supreme Court/U.S.," 3¾x2¾. Joseph P. Bradley (1813-1892), appointed by President Ulysses S. Grant to the Supreme Court in 1870, served on the 1877 Electoral Commission created to decide the outcome of the disputed 1876 presidential election; his vote, as the least partisan member of the Commission, made Rutherford B. Hayes the President. He served as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court until his death. Toned. Pencil note (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.

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