Table for Nine: Supreme Court Food Traditions and Recipes
The Society is pleased to announce publication of Table for Nine: Supreme Court Food Traditions and Recipes, by Clare Cushman. Food traditions have always been important at the Supreme Court as the Justices have purposefully sought occasions to break bread together to reinforce cordiality and cooperation among the nine. This book provides a fascinating glimpse into the culinary customs at the Court with behind-the-scenes photos and stories of the Justices eating at tables hidden behind the bench in the Courtroom. Available for order now in our giftshop.
Modes of Constitutional Interpretation
A conversation between Randy E. Barnett and Richard Primus celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Guggenheim Fellowship in Constitutional Studies. Moderated by The Honorable Patricia A. Millett and Sponsored by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation & the Supreme Court Historical Society. Online ticket sales are now available.
The Society's headquarters is located at Opperman House, 224 East Capitol Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20003. Opperman House has two important resources: The Goldman Library and the Membership Lounge. The Goldman Library has a conference table suitable for small meetings and luncheons. The books housed therein have been collected through the efforts of Professor James B. O'Hara, a Trustee of the Society, and comprise an outstanding collection of judicial biographies, Justices' writings, and histories of the Court.
Contributions to the society may take many forms including direct financial support, grants, in-kind gifts, and bequests. Donors may designate the purpose for which a gift must be spent. Gifts to assist the Society meet its general operating budget are always needed. In addition, the Society works closely with the Supreme Court to acquire and maintain art, antiques, artifacts, and memorabilia documenting the history of the Court for display in the public and private areas of the building. You may click the link here to be taken to our giftshop where you may make an online donation to the Society. You may also call the Society at 202.543.0400 for more information
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