Edward Fitzsimons Dunne Edit Profile
3 year course Trinity College, Dublin U., not completed because of father’s failure in business. Bachelor of Laws, Union College of Law, 1877. Doctor of Laws, St. Ignatius College.
Admitted to bar, 1877. Judge Circuit Court Cook Company, Illinois, 1892-1905, resigned. Mayor of Chicago, 1905-1907.
In law practice, 1907-1913. Governor of Illinois, 1913-1917. Presidential elector, 1900.
Twice president Iroquois and Monticello clubs. Vice president National Civic Federation. President League of America Municipalities.
Member of committee from Irish societies of the United States to present claims of Ireland for self-determination at Peace Conference, Paris, 1919.
Married Elizabeth J. Kelly, August 16, 1881 (died 1928). Children: Edward P. (deceased), Gerald (deceased), Charles P. (deceased), Edward F., Mistress Eileen Corboy, Mistress Mona Leonard, Maurice F., Dorothy (deceased), Robert Jerome, Geraldine (Mistress Walter R. Barry), Jeannette, Richard J., Eugene.
- P. W. Dunne
- Delia M. (Lawler) Dunne
- Elizabeth J. Kelly
- Jeannette Dunne
- Eugene Dunne
- Geraldine Dunne (Mistress Walter R. Barry)
- Edward F. Dunne
- Gerald Dunne (deceased)
- Mistress Eileen Corboy Dunne
- Edward P. Dunne (deceased)
- Richard J. Dunne
- Robert Jerome Dunne
- Dorothy Dunne (deceased)
- Maurice F. Dunne
- Mistress Mona Leonard Dunne
- Charles P. Dunne (deceased)