Senate Committee Considers Jackson Nomination to Office of U.S. Solicitor General

  Senate Committee Considers Jackson Nomination Washington D.C. - A Senate Judiciary sub-comittee considering the nomination of Robert H. Jackson to be Solicitor General of the United States opened hearings her today. Photo shows left to right: Mr. Jackson; Senator George McGill, chairman; Attorney General Homer S

Paying Respect to President Roosevelt, 1939

Paying respect to President Roosevelt at the White House, 1939

Robert H. Jackson and Senator Edward R. Burke, 1938

Robert H. Jackson shakes hands with Senator Edward R. Burke of Nebraska, February 1938.

Thurman Arnold Sworn in as Assistant Attorney General, March 1938

Thurman Arnold, former Yale University Law Professor, sworn in as Assistant Attorney General in charge of anti-trust division, March 1938.

Homer S. Cummings Congratulates Robert H. Jackson, 1938

Attorney General Homer S. Cummings congratulating Robert H. Jackson, March 1938.

Jackson Listens to Senate Discuss Appointment as Solicitor General, 1938

Robert H. Jackson listens to members of the Senate Committee discuss his appointment as Solicitor General, February 1938.