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Record Group Number: 900000
Series/Collection Number: M74- 43
Title, Dates: Portrait of Justice James B. Whitfield of the Florida Supreme Court, 1904.
Amount: 1.00 item 47 x 56 cm.
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Biographical/Historical:     James Bryan Whitfield began his career in 1885 as a newspaper reporter covering the state constitutional convention.  In 1889, he served as a clerk to the Supreme Court, recording by hand, the opinions of the court's justices.  In 1897, he became state treasurer and served as attorney-general from 1903-1904.  He was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1904, where he served until 1943.
Summary:     The collection contains a portrait of former Florida Supreme Court Justice James Bryan Whitfield.
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Subject Access Fields: Whitfield, James Bryan, 1860-1948
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