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Jules C. Rosenberger

Jules C. Rosenberger was born in Davenport, Iowa, December 14, 1873.  His parents removed to Kansas City when he was but six years old, and his early education was received here at the public and high schools.  He was graduated from the Central High School in 1891, and then entered the law department at Ann Arbor.  He was graduated from there in 1893, but, in view of his youth, decided to defer the practice of law.  He accepted a position as court reporter for the Kansas City Star, and remained in that capacity for two years.  He then entered the law office of C. O. Tichenor, where he resumed his legal studies.  He was admitted to the bar in 1895, and soon afterwards formed an association with the late Francis M. Black, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

     Mr. Rosenberger is general attorney for the United States Casualty Company of New York, and ahs specialized on the company's side of insurance litigation.  He also represented the wholesale liquor dealers in a test case involving the constitutionality of that feature of the prohibition act in Kansas which prevents salesmen from taking orders for liquor, and succeeded in having the section declared unconstitutional.

     He married Miss Blanche J. Hell, of New York city, March 19, 1902.
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