THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Oct. 11, 1926

The White House Week

¶ The President designated Charles Evans Hughes as one of the three U. S. members of the International Court of Arbitration at the Hague, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of George Gray in August, 1925. The other U. S. delegates to the Hague Court are Elihu Root and John Bassett Moore. Mr. Hughes arrived at the White House a few days after his appointment to spend the weekend.

¶ Chief Justice William Howard Taft and the eight Associate Justices of the Supreme Court called to pay...

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