William R. Day, 1870

William R. Day
Library of Congress

Day was U.S. secretary of state under President McKinley and negotiated an end to the Spanish-American War before joining the Court (1903-22). Once there, he voted with antitrust majorities; he also held that ordinances segregating neighborhoods were unconstitutional.

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