JOHN N. MITCHELL - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: WILLIAM P. ROGERS, RICHARD G. KLEINDIENST, RAMSEY CLARK, ASSOCIATE JUSTICE TOM C. CLARK, EDWARD H. LEVI, ELLIOT L. RICHARDSON, NICHOLAS DEB KATZENBACH - HFSID 26778

ATTORNEYS-GENERAL Signed by ten heads of the Department of Justice. Philatelic Envelope signed: "Tom C. Clark", "Herbert Brownell", "William P. Rogers", "Nicholas deB. Katzenbach", "Ramsey Clark", "John N. Mitchell", "Richard G. Kleindienst", "Eliot L. Richardson", "Wm. B. Saxbe" and "Edward H.

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ATTORNEYS-GENERAL
Signed by ten heads of the Department of Justice.
Philatelic Envelope signed: "Tom C. Clark", "Herbert Brownell", "William P. Rogers", "Nicholas deB. Katzenbach", "Ramsey Clark", "John N. Mitchell", "Richard G. Kleindienst", "Eliot L. Richardson", "Wm. B. Saxbe" and "Edward H. Levi", 6½x3½. First Day Cover of the five-cent Bill of Rights 175th Anniversary commemorative stamp, postmarked Miami Beach, Florida, July 1, 1966, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. TOM CLARK served as Attorney General under Truman (1945-1949), who appointed him to the Supreme Court in 1949. He retired from the Court when Johnson appointed his son, RAMSEY CLARK, Attorney General (1967-1969). BROWNELL (1953-1957) and ROGERS (1957-1961) served under Eisenhower. KATZENBACH (1964-1967) and CLARK served under LBJ. Nixon's Attorneys-General were MITCHELL (1969-1972), KLEINDIENST (1972-1973), RICHARDSON (1973) and SAXBE (1974). Saxbe also served under Ford (1974-1975) and was succeeded by LEVI (1975-1977). On October 20, 1973, Richardson resigned rather than enforce President Nixon's order to fire Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox. On May 16, 1974, Kleindienst pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge based on inaccurate and incomplete testimony before a Senate committee investigating an antitrust settlement, the first Attorney General convicted of a criminal offense. On January 1, 1975, Mitchell was convicted of conspiracy, obstruction of justice and perjury for his part in covering up the Watergate affair and served 19 months in prison (1977-1979). Fine condition.

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