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Lindley Murray’s English Grammar (8th ed. 1802) inscribed (to Samuel Miller) by “the author.” Lindley Murray is best known as “the father of English grammar.” But...
Learned Hand's inscription, to Judge Edward Lumbard
Judge Learned Hand’s inscribed copy (to Judge Edward Lumbard) of his book The Bill of Rights (1958). Learned Hand graduated from Harvard College in 1892 and from...
Jerome Frank's inscription to Learned Hand
Judge Jerome Frank’s inscribed copy (to Learned Hand) of his book Fate and Freedom: A Philosophy for Free Americans (1945). Jerome Frank (1889-1957) graduated from the...
Sir Frederick Pollock, inscription to Arthur Raynard Talbot
Sir Frederick Pollock’s inscribed copy (to Arthur Maynard Talbot) of A Glossary of Judicial and Revenue Terms (1855) by H.H. Wilson. Frederick Pollock (1845–1937)...
Bookplate of Chief Justice Warren Burger
Chief Justice Warren E. Burger’s copy of Judges of the United States (1978), with bookplate. Warren Earl Burger (1907-1995) was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of...
Justice William O. Douglas, inscription to Olla Bennett
Justice William O. Douglas’s inscribed copy (to Ola Bennett) of his book Of Men and Mountains (1950). Justice William O. Douglas (1898-1980) was the longest-serving...
Justice O.W. Holmes Jr., autographed copy of farewell dinner menu
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes’s autographed—and seemingly personal—copy of the program and menu for the Boston dinner commemorating his appointment to the Supreme Court...
Inscription of Justice O. W. Holmes Jr. to Lloyd Bowen
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes’s inscribed copy (to Lloyd W. Bowen) of his book Speeches (1900). The son of a flamboyant author and physician, Justice Holmes was born in...
Autograph of Justice Benjamin Cardozo
Justice Benjamin Cardozo’s signed copy of his book What Medicine Can Do for Law (1930). Benjamin N. Cardozo (1870-1938) followed in his father’s footsteps as an...
Booklabel of Justice Noah Swayne
Justice Noah Swayne’s copy of Giles Jacob’s New Law Dictionary (1782). U.S. Supreme Court Justice Noah H. Swayne (1804–1884) served on the Court from 1862 to 1881....

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