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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).

Why has no viable presidential candidate emerged from the Supreme Court since Charles Evans Hughes? #history #AmericanHistory #politics (Image: Charles Evans Hughes. Public domain via the Library of Congress).

Why has no viable presidential candidate emerged from the Supreme Court since Charles Evans Hughes? #history #AmericanHistory #politics (Image: Charles Evans Hughes. Public domain via the Library of Congress).

[Members of World Disarmament Conference, Washington, D.C., 1921: Members of the "Big Nine" walking on plaza - Charles Evans Hughes in middle]

[Members of World Disarmament Conference, Washington, D.C., 1921: Members of the "Big Nine" walking on plaza - Charles Evans Hughes in middle]

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Charles Evans Hughes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charles Evans Hughes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Manufacturers Hanover Trust Building, architects Gordon Bunshaft and Charles Evans Hughes III, New York, 1954. Photography by Ezra Stoller. / SOM

The Manufacturers Hanover Trust Building, architects Gordon Bunshaft and Charles Evans Hughes III, New York, 1954. Photography by Ezra Stoller. / SOM

Charles Evans Hughes

Charles Evans Hughes

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