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Frank Hagerman

Frank Hagerman, who as achieved a success that few other lawyers have attained, was born in Clark, County, Missouri, April 27, 1857.  His boyhood was spent at Keokuk, Ia., where he attended the public schools.  He studied law in the office of Hon. P. T. Lomax at Keokuk, and was admitted to practice there in 1876.
     M. Hagerman came to Kansas City December 1, 1887, when he was thirty years old, and became a member of the law firm of Pratt, McCrary, Ferry & Hagerman.  In 1896 the firm was dissolved, and Mr. Hagerman has since practiced alone.
     Mr. Hagerman is attorney for the Metropolitan Street Railway Company, the Milwaukee & Great Western, the packing houses and other large concerns.
     He was married February 22, 1887, to Miss Ella Comstock of St. Louis.  There are two children, Haywood and Abbie Stanton, thirteen and nine years of age. 
     Mr. Hagerman's brother, James H. Hagerman, is general solicitor of the M. K. & T at St. Louis.
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