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  1. Harlan F. Stone. Self: Universal Newsreel. Harlan F. Stone was born on 11 October 1872 in Chesterfield, New Hampshire, USA. He was married to Agnes E. Harvey. He died on 22 April 1946 in the USA.

  2. Associate Justice: 1925-1941, Chief Justice: 1941-1946. HARLAN FISKE STONE was born on October 11, 1872, in Chesterfield, New Hampshire. He was graduated from Amherst College in 1894. After teaching high school chemistry for one year, he studied law at Columbia University, where he received his degree in 1898. In 1899, Stone was admitted to the ...

  3. Harlan Fiske Stone 1898 epitomizes the intellectual leadership and public service ethos that are synonymous with Columbia Law School. Following a 13-year tenure as dean of the Law School, Stone served as attorney general of the United States, associate justice of the Supreme Court, and, ultimately, chief justice of the United States.

  4. Harlan F. Stone Issue. 3-cent Harlan F. Stone single. Harlan Fiske Stone (1872-1946) served as attorney general of the United States, associate justice of the US Supreme Court, and chief justice of the United States. He was first nominated to the Court by President Calvin Coolidge, serving as associate justice March 2, 1925, until July 2, 1941.

  5. Harlan F. Stone was born on October 11, 1872 in Chesterfield, New Hampshire, USA. He was previously married to Agnes E. Harvey. He died on April 22, 1946 in the USA.

  6. 15 de ago. de 2023 · Harlan Fiske Stone (October 11, 1872 – April 22, 1946) was an American lawyer and jurist. A native of New Hampshire, he served as the dean of Columbia Law School, his alma mater, in the early 20th century. As a member of the Republican Party, he was appointed as the 52nd Attorney General of the United States before becoming an Associate ...

  7. Harlan Fiske Stone foi um advogado e jurista americano que atuou como Juiz Associado da Suprema Corte dos Estados Unidos de 1925 a 1941 e, em seguida, como Chefe de Justiça dos Estados Unidos de 1941 até sua morte em 1946.[1] Ele também serviu como Procurador-Geral dos Estados Unidos de 1924 a 1925 sob o presidente Calvin Coolidge, com quem frequentou o Amherst College quando jovem. Seu ...