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Justice Byron White Signed Photograph

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Candid photograph of Justice Byron White taken in the Supreme Court Chambers, inscribed to the chief spokeswoman of the Supreme Court, Toni House.

Framed in gild, black paper backing. Measures 14″ x 11″. Mounted on white matte. Signed along bottom border: “With best wishes to Toni, Byron White.”

The chief spokeswoman of the Supreme Court, Toni House (1943-1998), was a leading advocate for women’s rights in Washington D.C. Prior to joining the Supreme Court, she advocated for the inclusion of women in traditionally all-male events in Washington D.C, such as the Gridiron Dinner. In 1982, Chief Justice Warren E. Burger announced that House would become the public information officer of the court, where she was “the Court’s public voice, although not, as she often stressed, its interpreter.” She would serve in this position for 16 years, before an untimely death due to lung cancer in 1998.

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[Washington, D.C.]


[Supreme Court of the United States]


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