Stuart Hinds, assistant dean for Special Collections & Archives at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, is working to organize dozens of boxes of private
papers from U.S. Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Whittaker. The justice served on the court from 1957 to 1962, the only Missourian to do so. Photo by Scott Lauck
The Whittaker Collection
Supreme Court justice’s archives find new home at UMKC
Charles Evan Whittaker was the only U.S. Supreme Court justice to come from Missouri or Kansas — he was born near Troy, Kansas, but lived and worked in Kansas City when appointed — as well as the only justice who served at all levels of the federal judiciary. A collection of his work has been given to his alma mater — the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law.
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