James De Witt Andrews, 83, legal scholar and author whose textbook Reform of Legal Procedure (1911) was required reading in many American law schools during the 1920s, 24 October 1929.
Richard A. Ballinger, 63, attorney with expertise in mineral mining law, secretary of the interior (1909-1911) under President William Howard Taft, 6 June 1922.
Edgar Addison Bancroft, 67, prominent corporate attorney from Chicago, chairman of the Illinois State Commission On Race Relations (1919), American ambassador to Japan (1924-1925), 28 July 1925.
Zebulon R. Brockway, 93, progressive penologist and longtime superintendent of Elmira State Reformatory (1876-1900) in Elmira, New York, a proponent of indeterminate criminal sentencing with an emphasis on prisoner rehabilitation, 21 October 1920.
William R. Day, 74, U.S. secretary of state (1898) under President William McKinley, associate...
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