Thomas B. Jack

Dublin Core

Title

Thomas B. Jack

Subject

Thomas B. Jack
attorney
Decatur Bar Association
Democratic politics
candidate for congressman
19th congressional district
county judge
Deck, Jack, and Boggess law firm
Leland Stanford University
President Hoover
Wasson Studios
Decatur Herald and Review
Decatur, IL
1918
Photo File: Biography
photograph

Description

Photograph of Thomas B. Jack (d. 11/14/1936). He was a prominent attorney in Decatur, and former president of the Decatur Bar Association. He practiced law for over 40 years. Jack was active in Democratic politics, and was a candidate for congressman in the 19th congressional district, and ran for county judge in 1934. Jack was also a member of the Deck, Jack, and Boggess law firm. He attended Leland Stanford University in 1895, and was a classmate of President Hoover. The photo was taken by Wasson Studios, and ran in the Decatur Herald or Daily Review on September 2, 1918.

Creator

Wasson Studios, Decatur, IL

Source

Photo File: Biography - Jack, Thomas B.

Publisher

Decatur Herald and Review, Decatur, IL
Decatur Public Library, Decatur, IL

Date

9/2/1918

Contributor

Thomas B. Jack

Rights

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Relation

none

Format

.jpg

Language

English

Type

photograph

Identifier

BIO189

Coverage

Thomas B. Jack, attorney, Decatur Bar Association, Democratic politics, 19th congressional district, Deck Jack and Boggess law firm, Leland Stanford University, Wasson Studios, Decatur Herald and Review, Decatur IL

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

photograph

Physical Dimensions

4x5.5"

Files

BIO189-JACK_THOMAS_B, 9-2-1918.jpg

Citation

Wasson Studios, Decatur, IL , “Thomas B. Jack ,” Decatur Public Library Local History Photo Collection, accessed November 12, 2019, http://omeka.decaturlibrary.org/items/show/2131.