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J. Frank Hanly

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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