Melville W. Fuller

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Noun1.Melville W. Fuller - United States jurist and chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1833-1910)
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Take the fascinating case of Melville Fuller, the US Supreme Court jurist infamous for his involvement in the Danbury Hatters Case of 1908, when he and his colleagues imposed the Sherman Anti-Trust Act on protesting workers at Loewe and Company, a Connecticut-based hat manufacturer.
The Currier grew from a respectable small gallery to a major museum of art under his leadership, and he was instrumental in the gifts of Henry Melville Fuller and Lucille and Isadore Zimmerman to the Currier.
The dissenters, led by Chief Justice Melville Fuller, saw ominous implications in the decision.