Main Street Lawyer in the Early 1900s


Main Street Lawyer in the Early 1900s


Harry H. Emmons became a trial practice and trial advocacy lawyer in the early years of the twentieth century and would practice that profession until his untimely demise in 1952. Fortunately for the reader, in 1950 Mr. Emmons took pen in hand to tell some of his experiences, from his youth in a country store, to becoming a lawyer and practicing that profession in a small midwestern city. In this book, he writes of the hazards he faced as a lone voice against the city boss” who ran the town’s main newspaper. In those days before lawyers advertised

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