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File:Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone photograph circa 1927-1932.jpg


Harlan Fiske Stone, Chief Justice of the United States.

The left side of Stone's face was darkened by the uploader for more uniformity.

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TITLE: Former Attorney General Harlan F. Stone photographed in his robes in the office of the Supreme Court of the United States today


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REPRODUCTION NUMBER: LC-USZ62-110422 (b&w film copy neg.) No known restrictions on publication.

SUMMARY: Harlan Fiske Stone, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front.

MEDIUM: 1 photographic print.

CREATED/PUBLISHED: [between 1925 and 1932]


National Photo Company Collection.

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