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Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Directory (Classic Reprint)
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admitted appointed attended the public Bar Association became born brother Chicago classical course Clay County clerk coming to Kansas Commercial Club Company daughter Democratic director district schools early education elected engaged entered the law farm father firm graduated High School Illinois Jackson County James January John Jones Judge Kansas City Athletic Kansas City Club Kansas Cityan Kentucky Knight Templar Knights of Pythias later Law School Leavenworth lived Louis married Miss married to Miss Mason Mayor Medical College mercial Club Missouri National Bank Ohio organized pany parents removed Photo by Strauss Photo by Thomson practice president profession prominent public and high public schools Railroad real estate business received his early remained Republican returned to Kansas sas City Scarritt Scottish Rite secretary served Shriner spent his boyhood studied law term three children tion took town University vice-president WILLIAM William Jewell College Wollman York
Page 10 - In 1889 he entered the Law Department of the University of Michigan from which he was graduated in 1891.
Page 16 - He became a member of the St. Louis Medical Society, the Missouri State Medical Association, and the American Medical Association.
Page 103 - He acquired his early education in the public and high schools of his native...
Page 23 - Miller was reared on a farm and received his early education in the country schools.
Page 95 - In the same year he entered the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor and was graduated from the law department in June, 1887.
Page 109 - The subject of this sketch received his early education in the public schools of Salem, Ohio, learning the printing business in his father's office in Salem. The AntiSlavery Bugle, one' of the most radical anti-slavery journals, was published by his father in Salem.
Page 93 - Stone devotes most of his time to surgery, in which he has been very successful. He is a member of the...
Page 61 - Dr. Hall has served terms as president of the local Academy of Medicine, the Missouri State Medical Association, and secretary of the section of diseases of women in the American Medical Association. He is president of the board of directors of the Medico-Chirurgical College, and professor of diseases of women and abdominal surgery in that institution.