ASSOCIATE JUSTICE TOM C. CLARK - ENGRAVING SIGNED - HFSID 79264
Sale Price $270.00
TOM C. CLARK
Tom C. Clark signs an engraving of the U. S. Supreme Court.
Engraving signed: "Tom C. Clark", 8x6 overall, image 3¼x2, (one surface).Engraving of the U. S. Supreme Court. Three cent National Capital Sesquicentennial of the U. S. Supreme Court stamp affixed at upper right. Special Assistant in the Justice Department (1937-1943) and Assistant Attorney General (1943-1945) under FDR, Clark (1899-1977) was appointed Attorney General by Truman in 1945 and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court in 1949. When his son Ramsey was appointed Attorney General by LBJ in 1967, Tom C. Clark resigned as Associate Justice to avoid any possible conflict of interest. Fine condition.
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