George McDill (1874- ) was a prominent Los Angeles attorney, judge, and president of the Los Angeles School Board. The collection
consists of McDill's working papers and files, and relate primarily to his activities on the School Board during 1933-37.
McDill was born in Illinois in 1874; AB, University of California at Berkeley, 1899; attended University of Southern California
Law School; admitted to California Bar, 1904; engaged in private law practice until 1927; became a judge, Los Angeles Municipal
Court, in 1927; member and president of Los Angeles School Board of Education, 1933-37.
4 boxes (2 linear ft.)
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