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Nomination Considered

 Thurgood Marshall, well-known negro attorney (seated right) appears before Senate Judiciary Subcommittee today for a second examination of his nomination to be a judge for the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City. It has been nearly then months since President Kennedy asked the Senate to confirm Marshall. Shown here are New York Republican Senators Jacob Javits (left) and Kenneth Keating (right) standing. Seated are Judge Samuel Rosenman (left) and Thurgood Marshall.

07 Jul 1962 — Thurgood Marshall, well-known negro attorney (seated right) appears before Senate Judiciary Subcommittee today for a second examination of his nomination to be a judge for the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City. It has been nearly then months since President Kennedy asked the Senate to confirm Marshall. Shown here are New York Republican Senators Jacob Javits (left) and Kenneth Keating (right) standing. Seated are Judge Samuel Rosenman (left) and Thurgood Marshall.