The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Storey, Moorfield
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STOREY, Moorfield, American lawyer: b. Roxbury, Mass., 19 March 1845. He was graduated from Harvard University in 1866 and from the Harvard Law School three years later. He was private secretary to Charles Sumner 1867-69, and from 1873-79 was editor of the American Law Review. He was active in the “Mugwump” movement in 1884 and was president of the American Bar Association in 1896. He has published ‘Life of Charles Sumner’ (1900), and a ‘Memoir’ of E. R. Hoar (1911).