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41. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Merrill E. Otis (1884-1944), a federal judge from Nodaway County, Missouri, instrumental in the conviction of Tom Pendergast during "the excesses of the Pendergast machine" in the 1930s.

42. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of John Finis Philips (1834-1919), a notable lawyer, federal judge, and Battle of Westport veteran, involved in many important business law cases in the late 1800s for the Western District of...

43. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of Albert L. Reeves (1873-1971), "one of the two judges of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri," involved in the Greenlease kidnaping case and the election fraud...

44. E. J. Broaddus E. J. Broaddus 1912 Biographical sketch of E. J. Broaddus, a judge from Kentucky, moving to Missouri after the Civil War as mayor of Chillicothe, Missouri, in the early 1870s, thereafter becoming the judge "of the Kansas...

45. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Mention of Henry Burris as one of the three original judges of Jackson County, Missouri, appointed in January 1827, with their first session on May 21, 1827, dividing the county into three townships.

46. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Mentions of Judge Richard Fristoe, along with Henry Burris and Abraham McClelland, as the first judges of the Jackson County court in 1827, following the county's organization in 1826 in Independence.

47. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Photo and bio of Shepard Barclay, a Saint Louis lawyer starting in 1872 and judge starting in 1882, "elected judge of the Supreme Court of Missouri" in 1888.

48. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Biographical sketch of Judge James Gantt, "ex-Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri," born in Georgia in 1845 and coming to Missouri in 1868 as a lawyer, with a description of his career and court...

49. Ephraim Ewing Ephraim Ewing 1876 Biographical sketch of Judge Ephraim Ewing, a Missouri State Supreme Court judge of the Civil War era and native of Kentucky.

50. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Biographical description of Judge John Caskie Collet, a judge of Missouri's Western District during the end of the Pendergast machine. Includes a description of his life and career. He was born in 1898...

51. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Photos and description of Judge Albert Reeves (1873-1971), a federal judge of western Missouri dealing with many court cases affecting Kansas City and taking "an anti-Pendergast machine" position in helping...

52. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Summary of the federal Supreme Court antitrust case in the 1950s against the Kansas City Star for its practices of monopolizing almost all media in the Kansas City area. Decision against the Star company...

53. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Chapter of the book about Judge Arnold Krekel (1814-1888), a federal judge in western Missouri from 1865 to 1888, a native of Prussia, Germany immigrating to Saint Charles, Missouri, in 1832. Details about...

54. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Photo and description of Arba Seymour Van Valkenburgh, or Arba Van Valkenburgh (1862-1944), federal "judge for the Western District of Missouri" from 1910 to 1925 and previously a Kansas City lawyer from...

55. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1996 Photo and chapter of the book about Judge John Finis Philips, or John Philips (1834-1919), judge of the Western District of Missouri in Kansas City from 1888 to 1910. Native of Boone County, Missouri,...

56. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Biographical sketch of Judge Richard Duncan (1889~1974), federal judge of western Missouri starting in 1943, born in Platte County, "city counselor of St. Joseph from 1927 to 1930," state representative...

57. Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times Federal Justice in Western Missouri: The Judges, the Cases, the Times 1994 Recounting of the case of the kidnaping and murder of Bobby Greenlease, Jr., the son of a wealthy automobile dealer, by Carl A. Hall and Bonnie B. Heady in 1953.

58. For Members Only For Members Only May//1993 Traditional type business club composed mainly of lawyers and judges, located at 918 Baltimore Avenue.

59. Forgotten Journal Brings Early Day Jurist Alive Forgotten Journal Brings Early Day Jurist Alive July-September//1983 Photo and biographical article about Judge Robert Cowan, presiding "over a Special Law and Equity Court in Jackson County from 1873 to 1884," describing his life and career, born in Virginia in 1830 and...

60. Former Missouri Chief Justice Blackmar Dies Former Missouri Chief Justice Blackmar Dies January 23, 2007 Charles B. Blackmar, a former Missouri Supreme Court chief justice, born and raised in Kansas City, died January 19, 2007. He also was a professorial lecturer in law at what is now the University of Missouri-Kansas...