On November 30, 2010, under the
Associate Justice C. Ian McLachlan and
State Librarian Kendall Wiggin and their
committee, the Supreme Court and State Library celebrated the
100th anniversary of the opening of the building at 231 Capitol
Avenue, that houses the State Library, Memorial Hall
and Museum, and the court itself.
The day consisted of oral
arguments held at three sites where the Supreme Court has held
or continues to hold sessions–The Old State House, the
Judiciary Room at the State Capitol, and the
at 231 Capitol Avenue.