Herringshaw's American Blue-book of Biography: Prominent Americans of 1912- An Accurate Biographical Record of Prominent Citizens of All Walks of Life
American Publishers' Association, 1913 - United States
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Page 291 - 1882 he first examined the falls of the Missouri; and at once founded the City of Great Falls. In 1889 he was a member of the convention that framed the Constitution of Montana. In 1891 he was elected state senator of Montana; and in 1901-03 he was United States senator from Montana. He is
Page 576 - physician, was born at Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa., April 7, 1858; son of Robert Thomas and Mary A. (Ritter) Thomas. He was educated at Germantown Academy and the Central High School of Philadelphia, receiving degrees of AB in 1877, AM in 1882, and at the University of Pennsylvania, where he received the degree of MD in
Page 387 - in Kendall, Beaver County, Pa. He was educated at Washington and Jefferson College, from which he was graduated with the degree of AB, in 1879, receiving degree of AM three years later; and was admitted to the bars of Allegheny and Beaver Counties in
Page 204 - was born at Boston, November 20, 1874; attended grammar school and the evening high school, afterwards engaging in the real estate and insurance business; was a member of the Boston Common Council for two years, 1900 and 1901; the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1902 and 1903; and the Boston Board of Aldermen from 1904 to 1911; was
Page 303 - was elected and served one term as a member of the house of representatives in the thirty-fourth general assembly of Illinois for the twenty-ninth district, and was elected to the office of state's attorney of Sangamon County in 1892, serving four years; since then Mr. Graham has given his entire time to the practice of law;
Page 589 - American Academy of Political and Social Science. He is the author of Elementary Principles of Pennsylvania Law, 1901, two volumes; second edition in 1902. He was annotator of the Rules of the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, 1902; indexed and arranged Pennsylvania Law
Page 487 - state senator of Massachusetts, was born Oct. 6, 1842, in Spencer, Mass. He received the rudiments of his education in the public schools of his native state; and graduated from Wilbraham Academy. For nearly half a century he has given close application to business affairs; and is the principal owner of the incorporated firm of Isaac Prouty
Page 210 - council; and president of the Fayette county board of pension examiners. He was a representative in the twentysecond general assembly of the Iowa legislature; is now president of the Fayette County National Bank of West Union. Iowa; and is prominently identified with the business and public affairs of his city and state.