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The Bench and Bar of Colorado
 


JOHN H. REDDIN

JOHN H. REDDIN
Denver

Born, Seneca County, New York, October 13, 1858; high school and academic education, Norwich, New York; married Mary Ford, Denver. June, 1900; three children; admitted New York State Bar, 1880; admitted Colorado Bar, also United States Supreme Court and United States District Court, 1881; Deputy District Attorney, Denver, 1881; Special Counsel for City, Nineteenth Street Viaduct cases; member American Bar Association, Denver Bar Association, Elks. Knights of Columbus, in which he was originator of the Big Brother and National Educational Free Lecture movements.

HALSTED L. RITTER
Denver

Born, Indianapolis, Indiana, July 14, 1868; Ph.B., A.M., LL.B., De Pauw University and Indiana Law School; married Grace L. May, Indianapolis, July 14, 1897; two children; admitted Indiana Bar, 1893; Colorado, 1895; Deputy District Attorney, Arapahoe County, Colorado, 1897; Assistant City Attorney, Denver, 1900-03; member State Railroad Commission, 1907-09; President Denver Bar Association, 1909; member American and Colorado Bar Associations.


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