1904.11.25 Judge T.N. Green pen drawing

jamysteid Member Photo

Clipped by jamysteid

1904.11.25 Judge T.N. Green pen drawing - politi- tin? in- rump. was com- jail to l i - t...
politi- tin? in- rump. was com- jail to l i - t a n t l y \\"od- Judge Theodore N. Green,-of Peorln,. 111., before whom tbe Iroquois Tbeater cases from Chicago wcro brought, hits the reputation of huing an able jurist and at tho same time is one of the youngest judgos in t b o State. Horn at 1'okin, III., -1." years ago, he was edu- cated !n the East, I and upon the dentil] of liis father. Judge X. -M. Green, siu;- coodetl him on t h e ' rircuil bcni'li, OUEEX. elected by Republican votes, though a Democrat in polllk-s. The judge. 1* popular in all circles, as he takes tho- lead in all movements for the belter- iiiniit oC tho city.

Clipped from Cedar Falls Gazette25 Nov 1904, FriPage 2

Cedar Falls Gazette (Cedar Falls, Iowa)25 Nov 1904, FriPage 2
jamysteid Member Photo
  • 1904.11.25 Judge T.N. Green pen drawing

    jamysteid – 08 Apr 2013

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in