Monday, February 12, 2018

Crowdsourcing an Early Mass Jurist

We do our part.  From a WBUR report, incorporated into a post on NPR:
Among what it calls its "extensive collection of historic paintings and photographs," the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has an oil painting of a justice who has remained unidentified, and it's launched a public campaign in the hopes that someone knows who he is.
In a statement, the court said the justice "may have sat on the bench between 1780 and 1820."
H/t: J. Grisinger.

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