John Marshall Law School 1911-1912 Catalogue

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The John Marshall Law School, Portland Block, 35 North Dearborn St. (S. E. Cor. Washington St.), Chicago, Illinois. Catalogue 1911-1912.

The John Marshall Law School, named in honor of the great Chief Justice of the United States, was founded in 1899, and is empowered by its charter, granted by the State of Illinois, to confer the customary law degrees upon the completion of its course of legal study.

Names in this online transcription include Aaron, Abrahamson, Adams, Alborn, Allen, Allshouse, Anderson, Bailey, Baker, Barnard, Barnes, Barrett, Batten, Beaubien, Becker, Been, Bell, Bennitt, Beplay, Berger, Bergh, Bernstein, Bilger, Blum, Blumenthal, Bozman, Brady, Brand, Brigham, Brothers, Brotje, Brown, Bruski, Bullion, Burris, Burrows, Burton, Bussey, Buster, Campbell, Carmichael, Carroll, Carter, Cassidy, Chipman, Christensen, Christian, Christy, Church, Cimral, Clark, Clements, Cohen, Coliopoulos, Come, Connor, Cooley, Cordell, Cutting, Daskal, Davis, Day, Dobyns, Doggett, Dulsky, Dupuy, Dyrenforth, Eberharter, Eberth, Eklund, Enerson, Erickson, Evans, Everhart, Fager, Farmiloe, Feldman, Finder, Foster, Fuller, Futransky, Fyffe, Gaede, Goldenstein, Goldstein, Gordon, Granstrom, Green, Gregory, Greskovialt, Grigal, Grossman, Gurvey, Guyon, Hannah, Hansen, Hartigan, Heimlich, Herson, Herzog, Hoover, Howard, Hughes, Hunting, Hutchinson, Innes, Jaffie, Jankowski, Jenkins, Johannes, Johnson, Jones, Julian, Julin, Kaiser, Kanter, Kelly, Kesten, King, Klarkowski, Klawans, Kline, Kocourek, Kozlowski, Krajci, Krauss, Kremer, Kucharski, LaChance, Ladouceur, LaForge, Langworthy, Learning, Lee, Lemke, Lennox, Lesser, Levan, Levit, Lewis, Lidsky, Lindbad, Linderholm, Link, Loesch, Lund, Lyman, MacDonald, MacLaren, Maher, Mark, Marrow, Mayer, McCormick, McDiarmid, McKeown, McMurdy, McNellis, Mears, Melnick, Melvin, Mergentheim, Meyers, Mikitynski, Millar, Mills, Milmine, Moloney, Moore, Moorehead, Morrill, Murtaugh, Neill, Nelson, Newman, O'Brien, O'Connell, O'Hagan, Opsahl, Packard, Packer, Paine, Pantelis, Perelstein, Piotrkowski, Plahetka, Podrasnik, Polonsky, Price, Purer, Quirk, Rabinowitz, Radin, Raichart, Reardon, Reed, Rehm, Reiher, Reitzel, Resa, Rice, Rodriquez, Rosin, Ross, Rubenstein, Rudolph, Ruekberg, Rush, Ryan, Salnik, Schoener, Schon, Schusterman, Schwartz, Schwimmer, Scott, Scranton, Sears, Senne, Shepherd, Shostrom, Sigler, Sittig, Smith, Sokolik, Spence, Squier, Stebbins, Stein, Steinberg, Stewart, Stilz, Strain, Sullivan, Swanson, Tamlyn, Tobinson, Wahlgren, Wakefield, Walsh, Ward, Washburn, Waterman, Watson, Weinshenker, Weiss, Weissburg, Westbrooks, Westburg, Wezeman, Wickert, Wildfang, Willard, Williams, Willis, Wilson, Winans, Wolff, Woodrich, Wright, Zeisler, Zimmerman.

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