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. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. thepublic schools of his native city, heattended Harvard University, pursu-ing special courses in tlie academicdepartment in connection with thelaw studies, and graduating fromthe law school ofthat institutionin 1894. InFeb-ruarj, 1893, liewas admitted tnthe practice oflaw before tiiecourts of Massa-chusetts at Bos-ton, S u if o 1 kCounty, and wasadmitted to thecourts of Connec-ticut Januar5th, 1895. Acting upon thesuggestion ofWalter S. Cartel,of New York,senior me

. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. thepublic schools of his native city, heattended Harvard University, pursu-ing special courses in tlie academicdepartment in connection with thelaw studies, and graduating fromthe law school ofthat institutionin 1894. InFeb-ruarj, 1893, liewas admitted tnthe practice oflaw before tiiecourts of Massa-chusetts at Bos-ton, S u if o 1 kCounty, and wasadmitted to thecourts of Connec-ticut Januar5th, 1895. Acting upon thesuggestion ofWalter S. Cartel,of New York,senior me Stock Photo
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. Picturesque New London and its environs : Grofton, Mystic, Montville, Waterford, at the commencement of the twentieth century. thepublic schools of his native city, heattended Harvard University, pursu-ing special courses in tlie academicdepartment in connection with thelaw studies, and graduating fromthe law school ofthat institutionin 1894. InFeb-ruarj, 1893, liewas admitted tnthe practice oflaw before tiiecourts of Massa-chusetts at Bos-ton, S u if o 1 kCounty, and wasadmitted to thecourts of Connec-ticut Januar5th, 1895. Acting upon thesuggestion ofWalter S. Cartel,of New York,senior member ofthe firm of Car-ter, Hughes anilD wight of NewY o i- k C i t y ,whose counseland advice to theyounger membersof the profession have made his assist-ance in this direction a matter ofnational repute, he commenced thepractice of his profession in New Lon-don, and from the first has met witlideserved success. In January, 1897, he was marriedto Nanc> Lee Brown, daughter ofEdward T. Brown, President andTreasurer of the Brown Cotton (JinCompany. In politics Mr. Morgan is of theRepuliliciin faith. l)Ut at all times has. GEORGE CURTIS MORGAN, Counsellor and Attorney at Law. manifested strong independent tenden-cies when the welfare of the city andthe best interests of his party demand-ed such a course. The exercise oftliis predominant characteristic hascalled forth at times a certain amountof criticism from a small coterie of hisparty, but has never failed to win forhim the respect and commendation ofthe citizens at large, regardless ofparty athliations, as has been amplyattested Iw the popular vote on atleast three differ-ent occasions. In1895 he waselected a council-man for threevears, and again,in 1898, hewaschosen to servethe citv for a liketerm, in 1899 heprojected andcarried to a suc-cessful issue thedivision of thecity into wards.This m e a s u r emet with theusual oppositionwhich is wont toassert itself uponthe agitation ofany innovation,but the generalfavor with whic

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