John L. Graham was a lawyer and New York City civic leader. This collection consists of Graham's political, professional,
and personal papers from 1786 to 1875.
John Lorimer Graham was a lawyer and New York City civic leader. He was son of John Andrew Graham, a successful criminal lawyer
in New York. John Lorimer Graham was admitted to the New York Bar in 1821. From 1842 to 1845, he served as Postmaster of New
York City, and in 1834 was appointed regent of the state university. In 1861 Graham received an appointment in the Treasury
Department. He was a member of the American Bible Society, St. Andrew's Society, the New York Historical Society, and the
Metropolitan Club. He also held various posts at the New York State Militia and was a member of the council of the University
of the City of New York.
9.30 Linear Feet
(8 boxes, 3 folders, 1 volume)
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