LETTER HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HUGO L. BLACK. Hugo L. Black.
LETTER HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HUGO L. BLACK.
LETTER HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HUGO L. BLACK.
LETTER HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HUGO L. BLACK.
LETTER HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HUGO L. BLACK.

LETTER HANDWRITTEN AND SIGNED BY SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HUGO L. BLACK.

Washington, D. C. Not published, 1969. First Edition. Unbound. Octavo (8vo). Very good+ condition. Item #015273

One page letter on Supreme Court stationery handwritten and signed by Supreme Court Justice Hugo L. Black, and signed in full. Attractively framed with a photographic print and a typed letter that is unsigned. The handwritten letter is dated February 24th, 1969, and is of a most curious topic. Justice Black is complying regarding a request from Professor Ovid Lewis for a sample of his handwriting for the purpose of it being analyzed by a graphologist. The letter closes by saying "I hope my handwriting does not expose all my behavior..." An attractive framed ensemble, with black matting and a gold frame.

Price: $650.00

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