CHIEF JUSTICE HARLAN F. STONE - MEMORANDUM SIGNED 09/19/1924 - HFSID 155782
HARLAN FISKE STONE Harlan Fiske Stone signs a memorandum. Memorandum signed: Harlan F Stone" as Attorney General, 1p, 8x10½. Washington, D.C., 1924 September 19. "Memorandum for Mr. Rochester" on official letterhead.
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HARLAN FISKE STONE
Harlan Fiske Stone signs a memorandum.
Memorandum signed: Harlan F Stone" as Attorney General, 1p, 8x10½. Washington, D.C., 1924 September 19. "Memorandum for Mr. Rochester" on official letterhead. In full: "With reference to the attached letter from the Republican National Committee, did you send the statement about the Veterans' Bureau over to Mr. Gordon?" Stone (1872-1946) had decreased corruption in the Justice Department while serving as United States Attorney General (1924-1925). As an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (1925-1941), he served under both William H. Taft and Charles Evans Hughes. Although a Republican appointee, Stone had often supported Franklin Roosevelt's "New Deal" legislation during Roosevelt's first term, when many such measures were being declared unconstitutional by the Court's majority. FDR nominated him for Chief Justice in 1941, and he filled that role until his death. Lightly soiled. Paperclip impression in upper left. Otherwise, fine condition.
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