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First exclusive picture in new Supreme Court building. Members of the United States Supreme Court Advisory Committee on rules of Civil Procedure in an exclusive Harris & Ewing photograph which was the first to be made of any legal group in the new Court building. The committee is working out a uniform set of rules to be used in district courts to so as to secure one form of procedure. From the left, seated: Edison R. Sunderland, U. of Mich.; Chas. E. Clark. Yale; Wm. D. Mitchell, former attorney general; Edgar B. Colman, Spl. Ass't Att. Gen/; George W. Wickersham, former Attorney Gen. (Standing), L to R: James Moore, clerk; Ferdinand Stone. Edward C. Jaegerman, both clerks; Geo. Donworth, Seattle; A.M. Dobie, Virginia Law School; Warren Olney, Jr., San Francisco; Robt. G. Dodge, Boston; Monte N. Lee Lemman, New Orleans; Edmund M. Morgen, Harvard; Wilbur H. Cherry, Minn.; S.M. Loftin, former Bar Assn. Pres. [...]

First exclusive picture in new Supreme Court building. Members of the United States Supreme Court Advisory Committee on rules of Civil Procedure in an exclusive Harris & Ewing photograph which was the first to be made of any legal group in the new Court building. The committee is working out a uniform set of rules to be used in district courts to so as to secure one form of procedure. From the left, seated: Edison R. Sunderland, U. of Mich.; Chas. E. Clark. Yale; Wm. D. Mitchell, former attorney general; Edgar B. Colman, Spl. Ass't Att. Gen/; George W. Wickersham, former Attorney Gen. (Standing), L to R: James Moore, clerk; Ferdinand Stone. Edward C. Jaegerman, both clerks; Geo. Donworth, Seattle; A.M. Dobie, Virginia Law School; Warren Olney, Jr., San Francisco; Robt. G. Dodge, Boston; Monte N. Lee Lemman, New Orleans; Edmund M. Morgen, Harvard; Wilbur H. Cherry, Minn.; S.M. Loftin, former Bar Assn. Pres. [...]

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