Harlan Fiske Stone (October 11, 1872 – April 22, 1946) was an American attorney and jurist who served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1925 to 1941 and then as the 12th chief justice of the United States from 1941 until his death in 1946.
7 de oct. de 2023 · Harlan Fiske Stone, (born Oct. 11, 1872, Chesterfield, N.H., U.S.—died April 22, 1946, Washington, D.C.), associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1925–41) and 12th chief justice of the United States (1941–46).
The Senate confirmed the appointment February 5, 1925. After sixteen years of service as an Associate Justice, Stone was nominated Chief Justice of the United States by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 12, 1941, and approved by the Senate on June 27, 1941.
29 de may. de 2018 · Harlan Fiske Stone. Harlan Fiske Stone (1872-1946), as chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, at first could not be classified either as conservative or liberal but finally stood with the liberal justices. Harlan Fiske Stone was born in Chesterfield, N.H., on Oct. 11, 1872.
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.
STONE, HARLAN F. (1872–1946) After finishing Amherst College and Columbia Law School (where in 1906 he became dean), Harlan F. Stone divided his time between teaching and practice in New York City. In 1923, President calvin coolidge, a former college mate from Amherst, appointed him attorney general of the United States.
24 de oct. de 2022 · Stone, Harlan Fiske. 52nd Attorney General, 1924 - 1925. Download Image. Harlan Fiske Stone was born in Chesterfield, New Hampshire, on October 11, 1872. He graduated from Amherst College with a B.S. degree in 1894, Columbia Law School in 1898, and was admitted to the New York bar.