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Judges in State Supreme Court often died without money, L. S. Hanks reveals

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Judges in State Supreme Court often died without money, L. S. Hanks reveals | Newspaper Article/Clipping | Wisconsin Historical Society
ARTICLE DETAILS
Headline:Judges in State Supreme Court often died without money, L. S. Hanks reveals>
Main Heading:Government and Politics
Sub Heading:Biography
Article Date:1923-12-
Newspaper:Wisconsin State Journal
City:Madison
County:Dane
State:WI
NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH THIS ARTICLE
Ryan, Chief Justice Edward George 1810 - 1880
Dixon, Hon. Luther Swift 1825-1891
Cole, Chief Justice Orsamus 1819 - 1903
Hanks, Mr. Lucien S. 1838 -
Paine, Judge Byron 1827-1871
Marshall, Samuel -1897
RECORD LOCATION
Collection:Wisconsin Local History and Biographical Articles (WLHBA) Collection
Location:Wisconsin Historical Society Library, 2nd floor, Madison, Wisconsin

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