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The Bench and Bar of Colorado
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JOHN CAMPBELL
Denver

Born, Monroe County, Indiana, September 13, 1853; graduate State University of Iowa; married Harriet J. Parker, Tune 28, Iowa City; admitted Iowa Bar, 1879; Colorado, January, 1880; City Attorney, Colorado Springs, 1880-81-82; El Paso County Attorney, 1883-85; both branches Legislature, 1885-89; District Judge, 1889-95; Supreme Judge, 1895-1913, being Chief Justice more than eight years; trustee Colorado College; Dean Emeritus,Colorado University; member Denver Public Library Commission; member American, Colorado and Denver Bar Associations, El Paso Club, Colorado Springs, Denver Country Club University Club, Denver Athletic Club.


JOHN CAMPBELL


JOHN T. BARNETT

JOHN T. BARNETT
Denver

Born, Potsdam, New York, June 22, 1869; graduate Chicago College of Law, Lake Forrest University; admitted to Illinois Bar, 1896; Colorado Bar, 1897; County Attorney, Ouray County, Colorado, fourteen years ; Attorney General, State of Colorado, 1909-10; Democratic National Committeeman, 1913-20; member Am., Colo., Denver Bar Associations.

JOSEPH N. BAXTER
Denver

Born, Boston, April 10, 1855; graduate Boston Latin School; A.B., Harvard, 1875; L.S. and LL.B., Boston University, 1876; admitted Massachusetts Bar, 1876; Colorado Bar, 1879; married Edith M. Sliedd of Boston, June 13, 1878; seven children; City Attorney, Gunnison, Colorado, 1880; organizer and President, Rocky Mountain Harvard Club; organizer Denver City Troop; vestryman and clerk, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral: member Sons of the Revolution, Society Colonial Wars, Odd Fellows, Woodmen; practice confined to commercial, corporation and mining law.


JOSEPH N. BAXTER