The University of Wisconsin; Its History and Its Alumni, with Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Madison

The University of Wisconsin; Its History and Its Alumni, with Historical and Descriptive Sketches of Madison

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...efforts, endeavoring to attain the best results by the use of the latest improved machinery and methods. In October, 1894, he married Miss Anna Earll, of Columbus, Wisconsin, a graduate of Milwaukee College. FREDERICK W. KELLY, B. L., LL. B., Ph. B. Born at Milwaukee. Fitted at Milwaukee high school. Entered U. W. in 1884, in the modern classical course, graduating in 1888 with the degree of B. L., and honors in English literature, and from the Law School in J891 with degree of LL. B. Is a member of the Chi Psi fraternity and of the Phi Delta Phi law society; was president of his freshman class and secretary of his senior class; also president of the Intercollegiate Tennis League. Studied history and political science at Columbia University, receiving degree of Ph. B.: also studied at Columbia University Law School in 1889. Since graduation, has practiced law in Milwaukee, making a specialty of corporation law, and has been admitted to practice in the State and Federal courts. Mr. Kelly has contributed to American Journal of Politics (New York), and Chi Psi Purple and Gold (New York). While at U. W., he was managing editor of the JEgis. He is a member of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, the Wisconsin State Bar Association, and the American Folk-Lore Society; he was an organizer and the secretary of the Milwaukee U. W. Alumni Association. A biographical sketch of him may be found in the Milwaukee Nentinel for August 25, 1896. WILLIAM T. KELSEY, LL. B. Born at Prairie du Sac, Sauk County, Wisconsin, February l(, 1 84, and has always been a resident of that county. His father, Samuel Kelsey, an early settler, was in the employ of the United States as a blacksmith at Fort Winnebago, in the 30's. The subject of our sketch was educated in more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236630459
  • 9781236630452