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Supreme Court justice and civil rights advocate

Thurgood Marshall W Family & President

24 Aug 1965, Washington, DC, USA --- Original caption: 8/24/1965-Washington, D.C.: Thurgood Marshall, the first Negro to become U.S. Solicitor General, introduces President Johnson to Mrs. Marshall and their sons, Thurgood, Jr. (back to camera), 9, and John (hidden), 7, after taking his oath in a White House ceremony. In center background is Paul Bender, Assistant to the Solicitor General.

24 Aug 1965, Washington, DC, USA — Original caption: 8/24/1965-Washington, D.C.: Thurgood Marshall, the first Negro to become U.S. Solicitor General, introduces President Johnson to Mrs. Marshall and their sons, Thurgood, Jr. (back to camera), 9, and John (hidden), 7, after taking his oath in a White House ceremony. In center background is Paul Bender, Assistant to the Solicitor General.