William Strong Supreme Court Justice, appointed by President Ulysses S. Handwritten signed letter while serving on the Court, Washington, June 24, 1879 on an 8vo sheet to Edward Coppee Mitchell, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Strong discusses a future speaking engagement, almost certainly at the University. In fine condition with folds away from signature. Returning from my Circuit Court Engagements, I find here your favor of the 17th instant. In reply to it I have to say that, so far as I now know, the arrangements you have made for the address I have promised at the opening session of 1878-9 will be quite convenient for me. I hope to be able to redeem my promised on the day designated, though I have still very much work to do before I can undertake the preparation of any address. This item is offered by Custodians of History, Inc. The item “William Strong U. S. Grant’s Supreme Court appointee, handwritten letter” is in sale since Thursday, November 25, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “custodiansofhistory” and is located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
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