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When New Year's came to the U. S. Supreme Court, a new desk and a group of filing cases appeared in the larger of the two rooms used by newshawks in the basement of the new Court building across the plaza from the Capitol. With the furniture, in moved a Court Clerk named Nelson A. Potter. Promptly the ungrateful Press announced even the Supreme Court now had a press agent. Actually Clerk Potter had been appointed to put an end to old complaints of the Press that it was unduly difficult to...

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