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J. Frank Hanly

J. Frank Hanly, American governor. member Indiana Senate, 1890; member 54th Congress (1895-1897).

Background

  • Hanly, J. Frank was born on April 4, 1863 in St. Joseph, Illinois, United States. Son of Elijah and Anna E. (Calton) Hanly.

  • Education

    • Education common schools, Champaign Company, Illinois.

    Career

    • Taught in public schools, 1881-1889. Admitted to bar, 1889. Practiced at Williamsport, 1889-1896, Lafayette, Indiana, 1896-1905.

      Member Indiana Senate, 1890. Member 54th Congress (1895-1897). Candidate for United States Senate, 1899.

      Governor of Indiana, 1905-1909. Prohibition nominee for President of the United States, 1916. Now in practice at Indianapolis.

      Also lecturer. Editor National Enquirer and Indianapolis Daily Commercial. President Flying Squadron Foundation and Enquirer Printing & Public Company Home: Indianapolis, Ind.

    Works

    • Editor National Enquirer and Indianapolis Daily Commercial. President Flying Squadron Foundation and Enquirer Printing & Public Company.

    Membership

    Member Indiana Senate, 1890. Member 54th Congress (1895-1897).

    Connections

    • Married Eva A. Simmer, December 3, 1881.
    • father: Elijah Hanly
    • mother: Anna E. (Calton) Hanly
    • spouse: Eva A. Simmer
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    Born April 4, 1863
    Died August 1, 1920
    (aged 57)
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