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THE SUPREME COURT OF ARIZONA. consisting of Alfred Franklin, Chief Justice, and Henry D. Ross and Donnell L. Cunningham, Associates, is the first since the organization of Arizona to represent the choice of the people. And being the choice of the people, Arizona has the utmost confidence in the men selected for the conduct cf this, the court of last resort in the State, who are answerable only to the people of the commonwealth. They are all men who have seen the Territory develop in wealth, importance and standing in the Union, and finally develop into the Forty eighth State: men who have been for years intimately associated with its legal fraternity in both private practice and in County and Territorial offices. Chief Justice Franklin is the son of former Governor Franklin, whom he served as private secretary, and he was later Assistant U. S. Attorney for Arizona. Judge Ross and Judge Cunningham have both served as District Attorney. They are acquainted with conditions in, and are alive to the best interests of, Arizona, and no more able men ever graced a Supreme Bench.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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