President Taft

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27th President of the United States and later chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1857-1930)

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President Taft may not be the most famous president, but he's about to get some recognition.
The skipper was later a guest of President Taft at the White House and was presented with a Congressional Gold Medal - the highest honour the United States Congress could give him.
Hornady, George Bird Grinnell and Madison Grant, a bill was passed through Congress and signed by President Taft in 1918.
When he and 300 others graduated in front of President Taft later that summer, the president said he dedicated the installation, "to our Country, our God and our Flag.
Despite being outpolled in direct primaries, President Taft achieved renomination thanks to moves the Republican National Committee made on his behalf at the Chicago convention.
43) President Taft, trying to entice Charles Evans Hughes into becoming Associate Justice, confided that he did not "regard the practice of never promoting associate justices as one to be followed" (without, he added in a postscript, promising Hughes the promotion outright).
As the graph shows, President Taft fared the best: His $75,000 salary in 1909 was worth more than $1.
When President Taft invited the Wrights to come to the White House in 1909 to accept gold medals from the U.
The emblem used on the menu card at the banquet given by the Board of in honor of President Taft.
White served as an Associate Justice for seventeen years; on December 12, 1910, President Taft nominated White to succeed Melville Fuller as Chief Justice.
It took the full weight of President Taft to get construction underway.
Four days after enlisting in Los Angeles, he was boarding in civilian clothes the SS President Taft for the long cruise to Hawaii.
In 1913, President Taft, became Professor of Constitutional Law at Yale until his appointment to Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1921.
US President Taft wrote: "Next to the right of liberty, the right of property is the most important individual right guaranteed by the Constitution.