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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE NOAH H. SWAYNE - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 36532

NOAH H. SWAYNE. Signature: "N.H. Swayne/Asso. Jus. Sup Court U.S.", 5x2¼. Noah Haynes Swayne (1804-1884), who moved from Virginia to Ohio because he opposed slavery, served in the Ohio State House of Representatives (1830) and was active in the formation of the Republican Party.

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Condition: lightly creased, slightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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NOAH H. SWAYNE. Signature: "N.H. Swayne/Asso. Jus. Sup Court U.S.", 5x2¼. Noah Haynes Swayne (1804-1884), who moved from Virginia to Ohio because he opposed slavery, served in the Ohio State House of Representatives (1830) and was active in the formation of the Republican Party. Appointed by Abraham Lincoln on January 27, 1862, Swayne served as Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court until he retired on January 24, 1881. Lightly creased. Slightly soiled at blank areas. Show through from mounting glue on verso at two words of writing. Slightly irregular left edge. Overall, fine condition.

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