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Civil War Slavery Supreme Court Chief Justice Autograph Letter Signed Pres Grant For Sale
Morrison Remick Waite
CHIEF JUSTICE of the UNITED STATES SUPREME
COURT – APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT/CIVIL WAR LT. GENERAL U.S. GRANT!!
Waite Opposed Slavery
and Prosecuted the Civil War Alabama Claims!
a 1pp. 1872 AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED by WAITE to “C. B. Marsh” at the
U.S. Treasury Department regarding a financial matter involving the receipt of a
dividend while Waite was away in Europe.
document measures 8” x 5”and is in Very Good, Clean & Crisp condition and
boldly written & executed by Waite! Note
that the biography pictured is included with the autograph.
Biography of Morrison Remick Waite
(1816 – 1888)
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Civil War Slavery Supreme Court Chief Justice Autograph Letter Signed Pres Grant: $76