Chief Justice Harlan Fiske Stone Historical Marker – Chesterfield, New Hampshire

Harlan Fiske Stone was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from from 1941 to 1946. He was appointed to the supreme court in 1924. He was raised in a modest farming family in Chesterfield, after primary school he attended Amherst College and then Columbia Law School. He served as Attorney General under President Calvin Coolidge before being appointed to the supreme court.

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