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Frank Walsh: Attorney at Law
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TitleFrank Walsh: Attorney at Law
AbstractFile containing an article with photos and description of Francis Patrick Walsh, or Frank Walsh (1864-1939), "perhaps, the greatest lawyer Kansas City ever produced." Native of Saint Louis, Missouri coming to Kansas City about 1887 as a stenographer before becoming a lawyer under Gardiner Lathrop here and defending Jesse James, Jr. in a train robbery case here in 1898 before going on to become "chairman of the United States Commission on Industrial Relations" in 1913, "co-chairman of the Federal War Labor Board during World War I," and by 1919 "the leading American spokesman for Irish independence."
SourceThe Kansas City Star Magazine
LocationVertical File: Walsh, Frank P.
Local SubjectWalsh, Frank P.
Government Officials
International Relations
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID122695
CONTENTdm number27080
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