Joseph Packard Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Kenyon College, Ohio, 1860, A.M., 1867. Studied in Law School, University of Virginia. (honorary Doctor of Civil Law, University of the South, 1901.
Doctor of Laws, Kenyon, 1911).
Instructor history and literature, Kenyon College, 1860-1861. Served as private and corporal of artillery, Stonewall Brigade, and Lieutenant of artillery on ordnance duty with reserve train, Army of N.Va., 1861-1865. Began practice at Leesburg, Virginia, 1868.
Removed to Baltimore, 1868. Member Venable & Packard, 1871-1892, since alone. President Baltimore Reform League, 1894-1900, Baltimore School Board, 1900-1998.
Chairman Charter Revision communications of Baltimore, 1909.
Member Venable & Packard, 1871-1892, since alone.
Married Mistress;; married second, Meta Hanewinckel, December 27, 1882.