David Davis, associate justice of the Supreme Court from 1862–1877, had
been Abraham Lincoln's campaign manager in the 1860 election.
He also had a horrendous neckbeard.
Although Chase Manhattan Bank (originally Chase National Bank) was named
for former Chief Justice and Treasury Secretary Salmon P. Chase, he
actually had nothing to do with the bank.
The first U.S. federal paper currency was issued while Chase was
Secretary of the Treasury, and to advance his own political career he
arranged to have his own likeness appear on it.