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Annotation: An acclaimed author presents a chronicle of the conflict between President Roosevelt and Chief Justice Hughes over the New Deal--the most critical struggle between an American president and a chief justice in the century.
Providence Forge Hotel U. in providence Forge, Va. Owned by Charles Evans Hughes. He was among the first to sell Williamsburg paraphernalia to tourists. In 2000 the old hotel building housed law offices.
December 11, 1930: Smithsonian awards Langley Medal (posthumously) to Charles M. Manly for his development of radial piston airplane engines. It was presented to his son, C.W. Manly. (r-l): Chancellor Charles Evans Hughes, C.W. Manly, Vice President Curtiss, Secretary Charles Greeley Abbot, Merriam, Rep. Luce, Sen. Joseph T. Robinson, Rep. R. Walton Moore, Frederick A. Delano, Rep. Albert Johnson, Asst. Secretary Alexander Wetmore. Source: Smithsonian Institution Libraries