Charles Evans Hughes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles Evans Hughes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles Evans Hughes, narrowly lost the 1916 Presidential race to Woodrow Wilson, 11th Chief Justice of the United States (1930-1941).

Charles Evans Hughes, narrowly lost the 1916 Presidential race to Woodrow Wilson, 11th Chief Justice of the United States (1930-1941).

President Harding (seated, fourth from the left) & his Cabinet in 1921, including Vice-President Coolidge (to Harding’s left) & Secretary of Commerce Hoover (behind Coolidge), plus Secretary of State Charles Evans Hughes, on Harding’s right

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President Harding (seated, fourth from the left) & his Cabinet in 1921, including Vice-President Coolidge (to Harding’s left) & Secretary of Commerce Hoover (behind Coolidge), plus Secretary of State Charles Evans Hughes, on Harding’s right

"A man has to live with himself..." Charles Evans Hughes, American Judge (April 11, 1862 - August 27, 1948) #charlesevanshughesquotes

"A man has to live with himself..." Charles Evans Hughes, American Judge (April 11, 1862 - August 27, 1948) #charlesevanshughesquotes

Vanity Fair illustration of Al Capone and Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes by Miguel Covarrubias, October 1932

Vanity Fair illustration of Al Capone and Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes by Miguel Covarrubias, October 1932

Charles Evans Hughes quote: The greater the importance to ...

Charles Evans Hughes quote: The greater the importance to ...

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