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Chief Justice
Warren E. Burger

Associate Justices
William O. Douglas
William J. Brennan, Jr.
Potter Stewart
Byron White
Thurgood Marshall
Harry Blackmun
Lewis F. Powell, Jr.
William H. Rehnquist

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Chief Justice

Earl Warren

Associate Justices

Hugo Black

Stanley F. Reed

Felix Frankfurter

William O. Douglas

Robert H. Jackson

Harold H. Burton

Tom C. Clark

Sherman Minton

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Chief Justice

Warren Burger

Associate Justices

William J. Brennan, Jr.

Potter Stewart

Byron White

Thurgood Marshall

Harry Blackmun

Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

William Rehnquist

John Paul Stevens

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per Wikipedia, Rehnquist served 1986–2005 (wasn't there 1978)

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Chief Justice

Warren E. Burger

Associate Justices

William O. Douglas

William J. Brennan, Jr.

Potter Stewart

Byron White

Thurgood Marshall

Harry Blackmun

Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

William H. Rehnquist

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There were no US Supreme Court justices appointed in 1974.

President Nixon appointed William H. Rehnquist as Associate Justice in 1972; Nixon's successor, Gerald Ford, appointed John Paul Stevens in 1975. No one was named to the Court between those two nominations.

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Chief Justice

Warren Burger (1969-1986)

Associate Justices

William O. Douglas (1939-1975)

William J. Brennan, Jr. (1956-1990)

Potter Stewart (1958-1981)

Byron White (1962-1993)

Thurgood Marshall (1967-1991)

Harry Blackmun (1970-1994)

Lewis F. Powell, Jr. (1972-1987)

William H. Rehnquist (1972-2005) [Chief Justice from 1986-2005]

John Paul Stevens (1975-2010) [succeeded William O. Douglas]

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