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Kittredge Jenney

Kittredge Jenney was born in Norwalk, Ohio, April 26, 1871.  His family moved to Kansas City when Mr. Jenney was but a year old, and has lived in this city ever since.  He graduated from the public schools, and took a course of study at the Lehigh University, graduating from that institution in 1893.  After his return to the city from the university he entered the law office of Pratt, Ferry & Hagerman two years, after being admitted to the bar in 1894.  He remained with Pratt, Ferry & Hagerman two years after being admitted to the bar, when he entered into partnership with Herman Brumback under the firm name of Brumback & Jenney.

     Mr. Jenney has been a life-long Democrat, and was nominated for Justice of the Peace on that party's ticket in 1897.  He was elected, and on the expiration of his term in 1902, was re-elected.

   In his school days he developed a propensity for joining societies, holding membership in the Psi Epsilon and the University Club.  He is now a member of the Bar Association, the Eagles, and the Elks.

     Hr. Jenney is unmarried, and lives in the Third Ward.

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