THORWALD ARSON, attorney at law, was born in Devon, Utah, January 6, 1871. He is the son of George and Hannah
Thompson Larson. Mr. Larson was educated at Salt Lake Seminary and the University of Utah, and was a resident of
that state until 1902, when he came to Arizona. When he was only 18 years of age he took his first position, as
railroad clerk, which he held for three years, and at the age of 21 years he entered the office of Lessenger &
Loaroff, at Ogden, to take up the study of law, and practiced successfully in the inferior courts of Weber County,
Utah, during his student days. A year after coming to this state he made Holbrook his home, and he has practiced
in Navajo County since that time. His reputation meantime has gradually become known far beyond the limits of his
resident county, and his ability in his profession recognized. In the fall of 1911 he was the Democratic candidate
for Judge of the Superior Court of Navajo. Mr. Larson has served for some years as Quartermaster Agent of the U.
S. Army at Holbrook, but recently resigned that position to devote his entire time to the practice of his profession.
He married Miss Mary H. Evans.
Who's Who in Arizona
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913
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