Taylor's Souvenir of the Capitol: 1897-98. Portraits, Autographs and Sketches of the State Officers, Senators and Members of the General Assembly. Group Cuts of the Governor's Staff (with Sketches), Clerks, Chaplains, Doorkeepers, Messengers, Chief Clerks in the State Offices, Etc. Manual and Roll, Names of Committees, and Plans of the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Connecticut, Volume 2

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W.H. Taylor, 1899 - Connecticut - 299 pages
 

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Page 375 - County. Mr. Scott's father is also a native of Plymouth, represented the town in the General Assembly of 1876 and was a successful First Selectman for many years. The subject of this sketch was educated in the common schools and was graduated from the Hartford Public High School', class of '85; Yale College, class '89, and Yale Law School, class '91, receiving the degree of LL.B.
Page 10 - ... state • boards and commissions in all suits and other civil proceedings in which the commonwealth is a party or interested, or in which the official acts and doings of said officers are called in question, in all the courts of the commonwealth, except upon criminal recognizances and bail bonds...
Page 58 - He is a member of the Connecticut Society Sons of the American Revolution and of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Page 33 - OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, THE NEW YORK STATE MEDICAL...
Page 9 - perfected plan " was approved by the General Assembly and one million dollars additional appropriated for construction. In 1877 the commissioners were authorized to " contract for the expenditure of two millions of dollars on the part of the State." The building was completed in 1880, at a total cost of $2,532,524.43, which sum included heating and ventilating apparatus, elevator, statuary, etc., amounting to nearly one hundred thousand dollars. The city of Hartford, in addition to providing the...
Page 97 - He took a year of post graduate work in Yale Law School 1893-'94, receiving the degree of ML The same year received the degree of MA from Amherst College. In July, 1894, he formed a partnership with his father, Hon. George M. Woodruff, for the practice of law in Litchfield. He was married February 12, 1895, to Lillian Churchill Bell of New York city. He has been a member of the Board of Education in the Town of Litchfield since 1894. a member of the Board of Burgesses from April, 1895, to April,...
Page 261 - Brice was educated in the common schools of his native town, and at the age of thirteen entered the preparatory department of Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, and the following year entered the freshman class.
Page 105 - Statutes, and in 1917, when he was a member of the Judiciary Committee and chairman of the Belknap county delegation.
Page 10 - State officers and must be an attorney-at-Iaw of at least ten years active practice at the bar of this State. His duties include a general supervision over all legal matters in which the State is an interested party, except those over which prosecuting officers have direction.
Page 127 - In the same year he was admitted to the bar of the State of New York and began the practice of his profession in the City of New York.

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