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The Bench and Bar of Colorado
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HENRY E. MAY
Denver

Educated in Denver schools; married Minnie E. Wheeler, Denver, 1900; admitted Colorado Bar, 1896; entered law offices of Whitford & Lindsley in 1894, where legal education was obtained; formed partnership with Clay B. Whitford in 1900. which firm remained in existence until Mr. Whitford's death in 1914; now practicing alone.


HENRY E. MAY


CHARLES FERDINAND MILLER

CHARLES FERDINAND MILLER
Denver

Born, Winona, Minnesota, February 4, 1864; public schools, Boulder; collegiate course, University of Colorado; law course, Denver University; admitted Colorado Bar, 1896; Captain Infantry, Colorado National Guard, 1907-13; patriotic societies, Masonic orders.

JAMES P. MILLER
Denver

Born, Erie, Colorado, November 26, 1873; graduate University of Colorado; married Elizabeth C. Barnd, Denver, June, 1900; admitted Colorado Bar, 1897; attorney for various cities; member Sons of Colorado, Denver Athletic Club, Masonic bodies, Knights of Pythias, Colorado, Boulder County and Denver Bar Associations; offices in both Denver and Lafayette, Colorado.


JAMES P. MILLER