Jacob Sloat Fassett Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, University of Rochester, 1875, A.M. Admiral to bar, 1878. Studied law and political economy, University of Heidelberg, 1880-1881.
(Doctor of Laws, Colgate, 1901).
Of late Judge E. B. Crocker, of Sacramento, California, February 13, 1879. In practice at Elmira, since 1878. Proprietor Elmira Daily Advertiser, 1879-1896.
Vice president Second National Bank. District attorney Chemung Company, 1878-1880. Member of New York Senate, 1884-1891 (temporary president, 1889, 1890, 1891).
Secretary Republican National Committee, 1888-1892. Republican nominee for government New York, 1891. Member 59th to 61st Congresses (1905-1911), 33d New York District Temporary and permanent chairman New York State Republican Advisory Convention, Saratoga, 1918.
Home: Elmira, New York.
Member of New York Senate, 1884-1891 (temporary president, 1889, 1890, 1891). Member 59th to 61st Congresses (1905-1911), 33d New York Dist.
Married Jennie L., d.