(1853–1917) Supreme Court justice; born in Newbury, Mass. He prosecuted for Massachusetts in the Lizzie Borden murder trial and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives (Rep., Mass.; 1895). President Theodore Roosevelt named him secretary of the navy (1902–04), attorney general (1904–06), and to the U.S. Supreme Court (1906–10).
And then there are justices like William Henry Moody, John Blair, Horace Gray, and Bushrod Washington, each perhaps famous in his own time, but none the subject of a biography important enough to land a place in the library's collection.