• Future Supreme Court Justice Thomas Clark Thanks Senator For Support of Nomination

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    THOMAS CLARK was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court from 1949-1967, appointed by President Truman, who initially appointed him was U.S. Attorney General in 1945. While on the court, Clark was considered a conservative, but he provided a key vote in some liberal Warren Court cases, expanding the scope of individual rights. One-page TLS on his Attorney General stationary, addressed to Sen. Wallace H. White, dated August 11, 1949. “My dear Senator: “Your message to me on my nomination was, of course, very welcome. This was a thoughtful act on your part, and I want to thank you and assure you of my deep appreciation. “Sincerely, “Tom Clark “Attorney General”


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