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The bench and bar of Chicago. Biographical sketches

The bench and bar of Chicago. Biographical sketches

Source : Internet Archive

The bench and bar of Chicago. Biographical sketches

The bench and bar of Chicago. Biographical sketches

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DOOLITTLE


Page 98

He is a son of Reuben and Sarah (Ro (jd) Doolittle. He was born in Hampton, Washington county, New York,


Page 98

THE public career of James R. Doolittle, as a lawyer, jurist and statesman, is a notable one. He is


Page 101

new partnership with his son, James R. Doolittle, Jr., and in 1876 Henry Mc Key came into the firm, under


Page 102

and is son of Hon. James R. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, ex-United States senator and ex-judge of the circuit court of


Page 102

As a lawyer Mr. Doolittle possesses fine abilities, being a careful and diligent student. A safe counselor, painstaking


Page 103

In political sentiment Mr. Doolittle is a democrat. In 1878 he was the candidate of his party for


Page 188

Chicago, associating himself with Hon. James R. Doolittle and J. R. Doolittle, Jr.,


Page 246

the law office of Hon. James R. Doolittle, and was admitted to the bar of Illinois in 1875. He was