Richard Harvey Chambers

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  1. Caleb Langston, "Built to Last: Judge Richard H. Chambers and His Pasadena Courthouse," Western Legal History, 19 (2006), 4.
  2. Chambers retained an affection for Safford and later contributed to preserving the history of the town. Langston, 8.
  3. Langston, 4.
  4. 1 2 Richard Harvey Chambers at the Biographical Directory of Federal Judges , a public domain publication of the Federal Judicial Center .
  5. Bradley B. Williams, "Introduction," Western Legal History, 19 (2006), 1.
  6. Langston, 5.
  7. Langston, 13; *Lee M. A. Simpson, "Preserving the Ninth Circuit," Western Legal History, 19 (2006), 59. Although Chambers loved old buildings and believed newer buildings did not help instill the proper awe of the bench, he did not "engage in preservation out of some romantic notional that all old buildings have intrinsic value." Chambers "chose his battles carefully." (60)
  8. Langston, 24–25; Rebekah Heiser Hanley, "Matters of Style, Matters of Opinion: The Voice and Legacy of Richard Chambers, Western Legal History, 19 (2006), 95.
  9. Langston, 21.
  10. Langston, 24–25.
  11. Hanley, 91, 94–95, 122.

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Richard Harvey Chambers
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Senior Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
In office
December 31, 1976 October 21, 1994
Legal offices
Preceded by
Seat established by 68 Stat. 871
Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
1954–1976
Succeeded by
Preceded byChief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
1959–1976
Succeeded by