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The Bench and Bar of Colorado
 


JULIUS CALDEEN GUNTER

JULIUS CALDEEN GUNTER
Denver

Born, Fayetteville, Arkansas, October 31, 1858; attended University of Virginia; married Betty Brown, Trinidad, Colorado; admitted to Colorado Bar, 1881; practiced in Trinidad; Tudge of the Third Judicial District, 1889-95; Judge of Colorado Court of Appeals, 1901-05; Judge of the Colorado Supreme Court, 1905-07; Regent of University of Colorado, 1913-15; elected Governor of the State of Colorado, November, 1916; member Colorado and Denver Bar Associations, being president of the first named in 1907-08; member Phi Delta Gamma and Phi Delta Phi fraternities; member Denver Club, Trinidad Club.

ROYAL R. GRAHAM
Georgetown

Born, West Fairfield, Pennsylvania, March 5, 1874; graduate Grove City College, Pennsylvania; University of Colorado; married Allis B. Hawker (deceased), June, 1900; married Cora M. Thomas, November, 1912; admitted Colorado Bar, 1896; formerly City Attorney, Idaho Springs; now County Judge, Clear Creek County; member Shakespeare Literary Society, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Masonic bodies.


ROYAL R. GRAHAM