Luther Hodges takes the oath of office from Chief Justice Wallace Winborne of the N.C. Supreme Court in Raleigh on Feb. 6, 1957. Hodges ordered a study that began the state’s court reform effort.
Luther Hodges takes the oath of office from Chief Justice Wallace Winborne of the N.C. Supreme Court in Raleigh on Feb. 6, 1957. Hodges ordered a study that began the state’s court reform effort. Hugh Morton Hugh Morton
Luther Hodges takes the oath of office from Chief Justice Wallace Winborne of the N.C. Supreme Court in Raleigh on Feb. 6, 1957. Hodges ordered a study that began the state’s court reform effort. Hugh Morton Hugh Morton

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