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ASSOCIATE JUSTICE WILLIAM H. MOODY - AUTOGRAPH 10/05/1905 - HFSID 46534

WILLIAM H. MOODY. Signature: "William H. Moody/Attorney Genl/Oct. 5th 1905", 7x2½. Moody (1853-1917), represented Massachusetts in the U.S. Congress (1895-1902). He served as Theodore Roosevelt's Secretary of the Navy (1902-1904) and Attorney General (1904-1906).

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WILLIAM H. MOODY. Signature: "William H. Moody/Attorney Genl/Oct. 5th 1905", 7x2½. Moody (1853-1917), represented Massachusetts in the U.S. Congress (1895-1902). He served as Theodore Roosevelt's Secretary of the Navy (1902-1904) and Attorney General (1904-1906). President Roosevelt appointed Moody Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court in 1906. A form of crippling rheumatism forced his retirement in 1910. Moody's brief term as Associate Justice can be characterized by its adherence to judicial restraint, a spacious view of the national commerce power and a deference to state power when exercised for social ends. Irregular bottom and right edge. Fine condition.

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