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Lawyer

James Edward Montague, American lawyer. Fellow American Bar Foundation, American College of Trial Lawyers; member of America, Minnesota (member of the board of govenors 1951-1952, president 1965-1966), District (president 1950) bar associations, also.

Background

Montague, James Edward was born on August 3, 1903 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of James Edward and Marion (Chapin) Montague.

Education

Student Carleton College, 1921-1923. Bachelor of Arts, University Minnesota, 1926, Bachelor of Laws, 1927. M. Dorothy Reece, August 14, 1929.

Career

Admitted to Minnesota bar, 1927. Practice in Virginia, Minnesota, 1927-1939. City attorney, Virginia, 1935-1937.

Practice in Duluth, 1939-1966. Partner firm Montague, Applequist, Lyons, Nolan, Donovan & Knetsch, 1941-1966. President Gretmar, Inc., mineral properties.

Duluth, 1955-1966; director Zalk-Josephs Company, Duluth. Secretary, treasurer of The John C. Dwan Ednl. Foundation; treasurer of the Marshall H. and Nellie Alworth Memorial Fund.

Membership

Fellow American Bar Foundation, American College of Trial Lawyers. Member of America, Minnesota (member of the board of govenors 1951-1952, president 1965-1966), District (president 1950) bar associations, also. Clubs: Kitchi Gammi (director), Northland Country (Duluth).

Connections

Children: James Edward III, Jane Elizabeth (Mistress Arlan Brugman).

father:
James Edward Montague

mother:
Marion (Chapin) Montague

children:
Jane Elizabeth Montague (Mistress Arlan Brugman)

James Edward III Montague