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All Together for the Camera:
A History of the Supreme Court’s Group Photograph


Online Exhibition Objects

The Office of the Curator manages the Supreme Court’s historic collection of prints and photographs, portraits, archival material, memorabilia, and ephemera. Images from the collection may not be used without prior approval from the Supreme Court of the United States, and may not be used for any advertising or endorsement purposes, or in any way that might convey a false impression of Supreme Court sponsorship or approval. If you are interested in reproducing anything from the collection in print or electronically, please contact the Curator’s Office.

Unless otherwise noted, all objects are from the Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States.


Online Exhibition Objects

Chase Court 1867
The Chase Court, February 1867
Alexander Gardner (1821-1882)
Albumen print mounted on presentation board with gilt edging
16 5/8 x 21 1/8 in. (2006.1)

Chase Court 1867
The Chase Court, February 1867
Alexander Gardner (1821-1882)
Matte-collodion print (printed 1904)
13 5/8 x 18 3/8 in. (1865.7.1)

Chase Court 1867
The Chase Court, February 1867
Alexander Gardner (1821-1882)
Modern pigment inkjet print
16 x 20 in. (2015.4.15)

Chase Court 1868
The Chase Court, c. March-April 1868
Studio of Mathew Brady (1823-1896)
Albumen print mounted on board
15 3/4 x 21 3/4 in. (2003.56)

Supreme Court Justices 1868
“Supreme Court Justices [no.] 252,” c. March-April 1868
(Glass Plate Negative of Two Justices)
Collection of the National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4633

Supreme Court Justices 1868
“Supreme Court Justices [no.] 253,” c. March-April 1868
(Glass Plate Negative of Four Justices)
Collection of the National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4133

The Waite Court 1876
The Waite Court, Spring 1876
S. M. [Samuel Montague] Fassett (1825-1910)
Albumen print mounted on board
6 x 9 in. (1874.18.1)

Supreme Court of the United States 1876
“The Supreme Court of the United States 1876”
S. M. [Samuel Montague] Fassett (1825-1910) and Cornelia Adèle Fassett (1831-1898)
Albumen copy print mounted on board above printed signature facsimiles
15 x 19 3/4 in. (1874.17.3)

Waite Court 1882
The Waite Court, Late 1882
C. M. [Charles Milton] Bell (1848-1893)
Albumen print mounted on presentation board
19 3/4 x 24 in. (1982.17.4)

Waite Court 1886
The Waite Court, February 1886 (primary pose)
George Prince (1848-1929)
Albumen print mounted on board
15 x 22 in. (1882.42.1)

Waite Court 1886
The Waite Court, February 1886 (alternate pose)
George Prince (1848-1929)
Albumen print mounted on board
15 5/8 × 21 3/4 in. (1882.44.1)

Fuller Court 1890
The Fuller Court, February 1890 [signed]
Napoleon Sarony (1821-1896)
Albumen print mounted on presentation board
22 x 26 in. (1981.13.8)

Fuller Court 1894
The Fuller Court, October 1894
Attributed to Clarence Dodge (1847-1914) for the C. M. Bell Studio (1872-1909)
Albumen print mounted on presentation board
19 7/8 x 24 in. (1894.13.1)

White Court 1916
The White Court, October 1916
Clinedinst Studio (active 1914-1933)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
8 x 10 in. (2016.1)

Taft Court 1923
The Taft Court, April 10, 1923
Underwood & Underwood (active 1880-1955)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print with applied media
8 x 10 in. (2014.2.2)

Baltimore Sun April 11, 1923
Page two of The Baltimore Sun, April 11, 1923
Modern pigment copy print
8 1/2 x 11 in. (uncatalogued)

Hughes Court 1932
The Hughes Court, March 1932 [signed]
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print mounted on board
24 × 26 in. (1999.243.118)

Hughes Court 1930
The Hughes Court, October 1930
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
12 1/2 x 16 1/2 in. (1930.56.4)

Hughes Court 1932
The Hughes Court, March 1932 [signed]
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
11 x 15 in. (1971.9)

Hughes Court 1937
The Hughes Court, November 1937
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
12 3/4 × 16 3/4 in. (1937.122.1)

Hughes Court 1939
The Hughes Court, May 1939 [signed]
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
11 x 14 1/2 in. (1939.193.1)

Hughes Court 1940
The Hughes Court, April 1940 [signed]
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
10 5/8 x 14 7/8 in. (1940.65.1)

Stone Court 1941
The Stone Court, October 1941 [signed]
Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print mounted on board
11 3/4 x 15 1/2 in. (1941.181.1)

Vinson Court 1950
The Vinson Court, May 1950
Fabian Bachrach, Jr. (1917-2010)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print mounted on board
14 1/4 x 16 3/4in. (1949.84.1)

Warren Court 1965
The Warren Court, June 1965
Joseph J. Scherschel (1920-2004) for The National Geographic Society
Chromogenic color print mounted on presentation board
16 x 19 in. (2005.7.24.1)

Roberts Court 2018
The Roberts Court, November 2018
Fred Schilling (b. 1970) for the Supreme Court
Pigment inkjet print
13 × 16 in. (2018.64.1)

The Press Photographing the Roberts Court, June 2017
The Press Photographing the Roberts Court, June 2017
Franz Jantzen (b. 1964) for the Supreme Court
Pigment inkjet print
8 1/2 x 11 in. (2018.1.1)

Press Photograph of the Stone Court, October 1941
Press Photograph of the Stone Court, October 1941
Harris & Ewing Studio, Press Division (active 1905-1977)
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
10 1/8 × 14 in. (1941.205.3)

Press Photograph of the Warren Court, October 1967
Press Photograph of the Warren Court, October 1967
Dennis Brack (b. 1939) for Black Star
Silver dye-bleach print
14 x 11 in. (2004.30.3)

Press Photograph of the Rehnquist Court, November 1986
Press Photograph of the Rehnquist Court, November 1986
© Lucian Perkins (b. 1952) for The Washington Post
Used with permission
Fiber-based silver gelatin print
11 x 14 in. (1986.120.1)

Press Photographing the Rehnquist Court, November 1990
Press Photographing the Rehnquist Court, November 1990
©Ray Lustig (b. 1938) for The Washington Post
Used with permission
Resin-coated gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (2005.35.59.1)

Building Support Staff Posing While Setting Up for the Group Photograph, January 1976
Building Support Staff Posing While Setting Up for the Group Photograph, January 1976
Unknown Photographer
Gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (2005.35.11.1)

Press Photographers Posing as the Rehnquist Court, November 1986
Press Photographers Posing as the Rehnquist Court, November 1986
© Bill Auth (b. 1950) for U.S. News & World Report
Used with permission
Chromogenic color print
8 x 10 in. (1998.208.1)


 

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