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  1. Charles H. Reed
    Image | 1910

    Caption: "Charles H. Reed, Prosecuting Attorney (""Charley" Reed was the Unwilling Victim of the Arnold-Swett "Lincoln Séance," and Later of His Own too Great Popularity)"
  2. Leonard Swett
    Image | 1910

    Leonard Swett and Isaac Arnold were defense attorneys for a sensational Chicago murder trial. (Trial was held in Lake County, Illinois.)
  3. Hon. Isaac N. Arnold
    Image | 1910

    Leonard Swett and Isaac Arnold were defense attorneys for a sensational Chicago murder trial. (Trial was held in Lake County, Illinois.)
  4. Maclay Hoyne States Attorney
    Image | 1916

    Caption: "Maclay Hoyne States Attorney for the County of Cook."
  5. Carter H. Harrison
    Image | 1913

    Frontispiece. Harrison was mayor of Chicago from 1897–1905, and 1911–1915.
  6. Lewis L. Coburn
    Image | 1912

    From text: "Lewis Larned Coburn was Chicago's pioneer patent lawyer and as a representative of the department of his profession in which he specialized he won national reputation, his ability placing him in the foremost ranks of the patent lawyers of the country. He was, moreover, a man of many personal excellencies whose ability, talents and culture made him the embodiment...
  7. James Ryan, Maclay Hoyne and Frank Johnston, Jr.
    Image | 1916

    Caption: "James Ryan (central figure), alias 'Prof. Charles T. Crane' of the clairvoyant trust, cleaned up $60,000 in seven months through detective bureau connivance. At right and left are Hoyne and his chief assistant, Frank Johnston, Jr."
  8. Carter H. Harrison
    Image | 1907

    Carter H. Harrison Jr., was the 30th mayor of Chicago and held office from 1897–1905, and 1911–1915.
  9. Edwin Burritt Smith
    Image | 1907

    From text: "The City was fortunate in its choice of attorneys to represent it in the litigation. Edgar B. Tolman, Corporation Counsel, was a lawyer of marked ability. Associated with him as special traction counsel were Edwin Burritt Smith and John C. Mathis."
  10. Walter L. Fisher
    Image | 1907

    From text: " … and Walter L. Fisher, special traction counsel, who reduced to concrete form the suggestions of former years and in conjunction with Mayor Dunne and the Local Transportation Committee negotiated with the Companies a working agreement to be in force pending such purchase, probably the best in traction history anywhere."
  11. Hoyne and Lavin questioning Perry
    Image | 1916

    Caption: "State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne, (at left) and Capt. Patrick J. Lavin (at right) questioning James Perry, one of the 'Teddy' Webb gang of auto bandits that, in 1912, terrorized the city."
  12. Hoyne and other strike arbitrators
    Image | 1916

    Caption: "State's Attorney Hoyne, representing the strikers in the street car arbitration that resulted in a victory for the men. The other arbitrators, in the order named, are: Mayor Thompson, Attorney James Sheehan and Attorney George W. Miller."
  13. C. A. Coey and Charles Bonaparte
    Image | 1912

    Caption: "At the left--C. A. Coey, next to him--Charles Bonaparte, grandson of the late Napoleon the Great." Note: Charles Joseph Bonaparte was in fact a grand nephew of Napoleon 1.
  14. Hon. Thomas B. Bryan
    Image | 1910

  15. Judge Mark Skinner
    Image | 1910

    From text: "Other notables … who arrived in the thirties … [were] Judge Mark Skinner …" Mark Skinner (1813-1887) was a Cook County judge and city attorney. (Source: Encyclopedia of Chicago.) Photo is undated but appears to be from the 1860s.
  16. Robert G. Ingersoll
    Image | 1910

    From text: "By way of contrast in the field of religion occupied by Mr. Moody, some reminiscences of the great infidel, Robert G. Ingersoll, come naturally to mind." Ingersoll's "home-grown radicalism" influenced youths of the next generation, including Carl Sandburg and Floyd Dell. Source: Encyclopedia of Chicago.
  17. Col. James A. Mulligan
    Image | 1910

    Caption: "Col. James A. Mulligan (Commander of "The Irish Brigade") By Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society". Image appears to be an enhanced photograph.
  18. Hon. Buckner S. Morris
    Image | 1910

    Caption: "Hon. Buckner S. Morris (Chicago's Second Mayor)"
  19. Lawyers helping people
    Image | 2003

    Preamble and mission statement of Alabama Civil Justice Foundation.
  20. New York County Lawyers' Association. Library

    Statue of blind justice with scales and sword in doorway framed by bookshelves.