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rVAMOUS WOMEN LAWYERS OF AMERICA.
.i,-,, By WILLIAM H. EVANS
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It Is twenty-eight ycar3 since Bclva
Lockwood made her famous Gght for
" the admi'ssiou of women tb practice be
fore Hie Supreme Court of the United
Stales, and, strangely enough, just
twenty-eight women have been admit
ted to practice, the last being Miss Ida
T.L Moyern, of Washington, D. C, who
"was presented to the high bar last April.
When it is realized that more than
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35,000 men have been privileged to ap
poar before that august body, the small
number of women who have realized
their ambitiou is brought into sharp
contrast, and these twer.y-cight women,
three of whom have since died, repre
sent the brains of the women lawyers
in the United States, of whom there
are less than a thousand practicing law
today. The twenty-eight women ad-
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mittcd to practice :bcfore the Supremo
Court of the United States, with their
residence and date of admission, fol
lows: Mrs. Bclva A. Lockwood, Washington,
D. C March 3, 1870.
Mrs. Laura Deforce Gordon, California",
February 2, 1885.
Mrs. Ada M. Blttonbcndcr, Lincoln,
Neb.. October 15, 18S3.
Mrs. Carrlo Burnham Kllgore, Phila
delphia, Pa., January S, 1890.
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known to bring i
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Mrs. Clara Shortrldge Foltz, San Diego,
California, March -1, 1800.
Mrs. Leila Robinson Sawtclle, Boston,
Mass., April S, TS00.
Miss Kmma II. Gillctt, Washington, D.
C April 8. 1S00.
J.Irs. Kuto Kane Rossi, Chicago, 111.,
May 18. 1800.
Mrs. Marllla M. Richer, Washington. D.
C. May 11, lSyi.
Mrs. Myra Brad well, Chicago, IlL,
March 28, 3SD2.
Continued on Page Fourteen.
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