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Stories Behind the Portraits: Judge Priestly H. McBride

Judge Priestly McBride was known as a fair judge. He was a staunch Democrat but refrained from politics while he on the bench. He was also known as “an earnest man of strong convictions, strong prejudices and strong attachments, jovial in his disposition, and of undoubted personal integrity.” Continue reading

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