TOLAND C. McGETTIGAN
Although a comparative newcomer in the legal ranks of San Francisco, Toland C. McGettigan, whose offices are in
the Mills building, has made marked progress in his profession, and stands well among the younger attorneys of
this city. He was born in San Francisco, August 8, 1905, and is a son of Edward T. and Katherine (Toland) McGettigan,
natives of Vallejo, California, and descended from early pioneers of California. The father was a newspaper man
for a long period, and is now chief of the auto stage and truck department of the California Railroad Commission.
Toland C. McGettigan received his grade and high school education in Redwood City, and subsequently entered the
San Francisco University, from which institution he received the degree of Bachelor of Laws in 1929. He was admitted
to the California state bar during the same year, and immediately established himself in practice, with offices,
as at present, in the Mills building. He has acquired an excellent clientele during the interval he has been active,
and is generally considered one of the most promising of the junior attorneys in the bay district. He is a member
of the California State and the San Francisco Bar Associations.
Mr. McGettigan is a member of the Olympic Club of San Francisco, and his choice of recreation is outdoor life,
in which he indulges at every opportunity. He has shown a sincere interest in municipal affairs of his native city,
and has in all phases of his career indicated his fitness to be rated among the better class of San Francisco's
citizenship. Mr. McGettigan is unmarried.
The History of San Francisco, California
Lewis Francis Byington, Supervising Editor
Oscar Lewis, Associate Editor
The S. J. Clark Publishing Company
Chicago-San Francisco 1931
San Francisco, CA
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