JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN. Joseph Story.
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN
JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN

JOSEPH STORY: THREE AUTOGRAPH LETTERS TO ASSOCIATE JUSTICE JOHN MCLEAN

1842-1843. Three autograph letters from Joseph Story to fellow Supreme Court Justice John McLean. Some light age-toning and minor wear to edges. Folded for mailing. Condition: Very Good Minus; Dimensions: 7.75" x 9.75"

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Price: $2,500

NOTES

Signature Belonging To: Story, Joseph Date: 1842 - 1843 Addressed To: McLean, John Three two-page letters (with integral address leaves) dated January 1, 1842, January 30, 1843, and November 29, 1844. The first is a letter introducing Caleb Loring to Justice McLean, and asking him to introduce Loring to the other Supreme Court justices. The second letter was sent to Justice McLean upon the death of his wife. In the third letter, Story asks McLean's forgiveness for being unable to come to Washington (due to his mother's poor health).

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