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William Harman BLACK

William Harman BLACK, Justice, New York State Supreme Court. Member of Southern Society; Lackdaemenan Society; Georgia Society in New York (president).

Background

  • BLACK, William Harman was born on June 10, 1868 in Forsyth, Georgia. Son of Eugene P. and Zac (Harman) Black.

  • Education

    • Columbia University Law School

    Career

    • President, Young Men's Democratic League, Atlanta, Georgia. Chairman, Democratic Party, New York. Commissioner of Accounts, New York.

      Assistant District Attorney, New York. Asst, to Corporation Counsel, New York. Special Assistant Attorney General of the United States.

      Vice-chairman, National. War Labor Board of the United States. Justice Supreme Court, State of New York Appointed Commendatore of Order of the Crown by King of Italy.

    Membership

    • Member of Southern Society. Lackdaemenan Society. Georgia Society in New York (president). Clubs: National. Democratic, Metropolitan, Ardsley.

    Connections

    • Spouse Edith Loughborough, January 23, 1927.
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    Born June 10, 1868
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