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Finding Aid for the William Austin Strong Papers, 1897-1955
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William Austin Strong (1875-1959) was a lawyer in California. The collection consists of court transcripts, correspondence, notes, books and ephemera concerning Strong's life and career as a lawyer. Included are materials regarding probate law, legal testimony, the Richfield Oil Company, Cornell University, Sigma Chi fraternity, Stanford University, and the settlement of Strong's estate.
Strong was born January 18, 1875 in Woodbourne, New York; moved to California with his parents, 1886; AB, Stanford University, 1897; LL.B, Cornell University, 1898; admitted to California bar, 1898; died in 1959.
4 boxes (2 linear ft.)
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