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Bibliographic information QR code for History of the bench and bar of Oregon Title History of the bench and bar of Oregon
Authors Montagu Colmer, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Historical Publishing Company
Publisher Historical Publishing Company, 1910
Original from the New York Public Library
Digitized Nov 10, 2008
Length 286 pages
Subjects Judges, Lawyers, Oregon
CLAIRE MOREAU INMAN.
Residence, 1645 Mission street; office, Breyman block, Salem, Oregon. Born September 14, 1874, in O'Brien County, Iowa. Son of Daniel W. and Franchette E. (Johnson) Inman. Married July, 1903, to Carrie Amelia Batchelor. Educated in public schools; graduated from high school at Sanborn, Iowa, in 1892. Came to Oregon in March, 1893, and entered Willamette University at Salem, graduating in 1901 with degree of LL. B. Admitted to practice in Oregon by the Supreme Court on June 4, 1901. Entered immediately into practice in Baker County. Oregon, and in 1902 became associated with F. A. Turner under the firm name of Turner & Inman, which continued until 1906, since which time he has practiced alone in Salem. Was City Attorney for Salem in 1906. Member Masonic and B. P. O. E. fraternities. Republican.