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61. Francis Black Francis Black 1896 Photo and bio of Francis Marion Black, or Francis Black, a judge of the Missouri Supreme Court from 1884 to 1894, including one year as "chief justice of Missouri." Description of his life and career,...

62. Good Roads and Safe Bridges Good Roads and Safe Bridges 1908 Photo of George Dodd, judge of the eastern district of Jackson County.

63. Good Roads and Safe Bridges Good Roads and Safe Bridges 1908 Photos of three Jackson County judges, C. E. Moss (western district judge), J. M. Patterson, and Geoge Dodd, "all strong advocates of good roads and safe bridges."

64. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 1905 Section of the book on noted individual lawyers and judges.

65. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 1905 Biographical sketch of Judge Shannon Douglass, "born, reared and educated at Columbia, Mo.," city attorney and prosecuting attorney there until moving to Kansas City in 1883 and becoming a circuit judge...

66. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 1905 Biographical sketch of Judge Edward Gates, an Independence judge who was born in Vermont in 1845 and arrived in Jackson County after the Civil War. He was "admitted to practice before the supreme court...

67. Group Portrait of Unidentified Men Group Portrait of Unidentified Men ca. 1957 Group portrait of 13 unidentified men, possibly judges of the Jackson County Circuit Court, who were honored at an April 9, 1957 luncheon of the South Central Business Association.

68. Henry A. Riederer Henry A. Riederer N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of Judge Henry A. Riederer.

69. Henry Hudson Fox and J. B. Cofer Henry Hudson Fox and J. B. Cofer December 14, 1954 The Honorable Henry Hudson Fox (right), Judge of Jackson County Court, spoke on ''Some Observations of Jackson County Government'' at the SCBA luncheon. SCBA President, J.B. Cofer (left). Manuscript of...

70. Henry Kelley Henry Kelley 1876 Portrait and biographical sketch of Henry Kelley, a circuit judge in Savannah, Missouri, born near Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1832 and moving to Andrew County, Missouri, in 1866. Teacher at the Missouri University...

71. History of Adair County History of Adair County //1911 Photo and bio of Judge Andrew Ellison, "one of the most prominent and successful lawyers of Missouri" and brother of Judge James Ellison of Kansas City. He was born in Monticello, Missouri, in 1846 and...

72. History of Adair County History of Adair County //1911 Photo and bio of Judge James Ellison, "one of Missouri's highest legal tribunals" and brother of Judge Andrew Ellison of Kirksville. He was born in Monticello, Missouri, in 1848 and moved to Kirksville,...

73. History of Boone County, Missouri History of Boone County, Missouri //1883 Biographical sketch of Judge James Madison Campbell, or James Campbell, county judge of Cooper County, Missouri, starting in 1882.

74. History of Clay County, Missouri History of Clay County, Missouri //1920 Listing of Thomas Chevis as county court judge of Clay County, Missouri, from 1856 to 1862.

75. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biographical sketch of Judge Charles Dobson, a lawyer and former Linn County judge. He was born in West Virginia (then Virginia) in 1848, moved to Missouri in 1854 and to Kansas City in 1879,...

76. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of Judge Robert Ewing, "the first judge of the Criminal Court of Jackson county, and 'ex-officio' judge of the Probate Court." He was born in Kentucky in 1816 and moved to Missouri...

77. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biographical sketch of Lucius Cary, born in 1819 in Massachusetts and moving in 1840 to Kansas City. He became an Indian trader, judge of Jackson County in 1866, and resided at 13th and Johnson...

78. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biography of Robert Snell Adkins, a 19th century judge in Jackson County, Missouri, detailing his jobs leading up to the courts in Liberty and Kansas City businesses.

79. In Retrospect: A Way of Life In Retrospect: A Way of Life July 1964 Reminiscence by Judge Henry Bundschu about his experiences at the Salisbury farm starting in 1905, working with "delivery horse teams used by firms in Kasnas City," including horses of R. A. Long and Loula...

80. Irascible Judge, Farmer Had Extensive Land Holding in Area Irascible Judge, Farmer Had Extensive Land Holding in Area August 3, 1988 Article tells the story of Russell Hicks, one of the least known of the original 14 men who divided up Gabriel Prudhomme's property. Hicks was a lawyer and judge kown for "his perpetual foul humor."