DINNER IN HONOR OF JUDGE WILLIAM J. WALLACE ON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE BENCH
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'Given by Members of the Bar of the State of New York May 29, 1907'. First Edition. 91pp. 9x12". (Includes a frontis of Wallace and 6 other illus. of judges who spoke.) Born 1837. Graduate of the Law School of Hamilton College in 1857. Federal Judge in NY State districts since 1882. One of the most important Federal judges of his time. See DAB. Plain brown cover is chipped and taped along the edges. Front endpaper and half title page each have one chip on the lower right corner, otherwise, interior pages are very good. (loc 736a/1). Bookseller Inventory # 010817
Title: DINNER IN HONOR OF JUDGE WILLIAM J. WALLACE ...
Publisher: Irving Press, New York
Publication Date: 1907
Binding: Soft Cover
Edition: 1st Edition
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