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Birth:Feb 5 1869
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Name:James Arnold Lowell
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Text:"..., Dies on Thanksgiving Newton. Mass Dec. i Federal Judge JamesArnoldLowell. 64. whom impeachment pro- j .jjj ceedings were pending In connection with the Crawford extradition case, died at his home or..."
Date:Dec 1 1933
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... three aunts, Mrs. JamesArnoldLowell, Miss Lowell and Mrs. William H. Aspln-wall of Chestnut Hill. At the tea table, which was artistically done In green, with quantities of white chrysanthemums. were..."
Date:Nov 30 1902
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... of Council Bluffs, presideut of the Harvard Union, longdistance runner, member of class eleven, ieather-weight sparrer. The second man is JamesArnoldLowell of Chestnut Hill, formerly secretary of the class..."
Date:Oct 15 1890
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... Jamaica Plain; ivy orator, Arthur Revision Nichols. Boston;cholcititer. Kenneth Me-, Kenzie, Cambridge; Class Day Committee. John Lockwood Dodge, Council Bluffs, la.: JamesArnoldLowell. Chestnut Hill..."
Date:June 19 1891
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... sent n the nominations to the mder the they were referred to he Judiciary LOWELL HAS HAD LONG PUBLIC CAREER JamesArnoldLowell of Chestnut ppolntod a Federal was a mem er of the Legislature from 1901..."
Date:Sep 21 1922
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... COURT IN JamesArnoldLowell of Brookllrte and Elisha Brewster of Springfield were sorn in as United States District Court judges the ceremony taking place before in the federal District Court a large..."
Date:Oct 24 1922
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...-pinw'all, having with her Miss I^ucy Aspiuwall, Mrs. Livingston Davis. Mrs. JamesArnoldLowell, Mrs. TJncoln Forbes Brigham and Mrs. H. W. Harris. Mrs. G. D. TV, Mead is to have the book table, and Mrs. Hazen..."
Date:Feb 27 1916
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., a former chain-gang convict. Wanted in Middleburg, Va., for the brutnl murders of wealthy Mrs. Agnes Hoeing Ilsley and her elderly maid, found haven since Judge JamesArnoldLowell startled the country..."
Date:May 16 1933
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... Thomas Sfllwell Mr Jeorge Cabot Leo Mr JamesArnoldLowellMr Marlln Edgar Mr Goorge Dupont Pratt Mr Stacy Courtis Mr James Hampden Mr Sunnier Mead Mr John Mr Henry Blgelow Williams Mr Gilbert Livingston..."
Date:June 5 1921
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., Willoughby, driver of the auto, suffered a frac- tured ja.w and broken left arm. Mrs. Bessie Harris, 55, Steuben. (Continued On Page Six) FEDERAL JUDGE IS STRICKEN YESTERDAY JamesArnoldLowell, 64, Facing..."
Date:Dec 1 1933
Publication:Piqua, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... Lyman, JamesArnoldLowell, JamesJ. Minot, Jr., Edward C. Storrow, Frank W. Grinnell and Judgs Frederick P. Cabot. Miss Putnam’s body is to be cremated at Forest Hills Cemetery, In accordance with her..."
Date:Oct 12 1922
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... about S oclock Monday Not so with He lay between the hills and let the shots fly harmless Contlnnnd on the Eighth BREWSTER AM LOWELL NAMED AS NEW FEDERAL JUDGES Sept Brewster and JamesArnoldLowell were..."
Date:Sep 20 1922
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"...-df-lphia of Miss Mary Churchman, daughter of Mr. and Mm, Charles Churchman, to Mr, JamesArnoldLowell, of Boaton, a cousin of the late James Russell Lowell. Judge Criarles W. Walton, of the Maine Supreme Judicial..."
Date:May 29 1897
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Society” was organized at a meeting held In Perkins Hall, Boylston street, yesterday afternoon. George B. Upham was elected president and JamesArnoldLowell wax chosen secretary-treasurer. A long list..."
Date:Apr 17 1900
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... Cabot. Mrs. Roger W. Cutler, Bishop Lawrence, President A. I.awrence Lowall, JamesArnoldLowell. Professor Char.es S. Sargent, George H. Alifflin, William F Wharton and scores more equally well known..."
Date:Apr 11 1915
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:".... JamesArnoldLowell putters about his flower garden at his home here, unmindful of impeachment proceedings being pressed against him at Wasldngton. He is the Boston federal Judge who caused a sensation..."
Date:Apr 30 1933
Publication:Pulaski, Virginia, United States of America
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Text:"... in the fair are: Mrs. W. H. Asplnwall, Mrs. Fred erlck 8. Moseley, Mrs. Bernard C. Weld; Mrs. JamesArnoldLowell and Mrs. Edwin S. Webster. MAX PEMBERTON GAINING Hit Vote Now Close to Mary B..."
Date:Feb 9 1908
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"....R)-; the driver should be held responsible \f^^S%^S^^ Federal Judge JamesArnoldLowell,; when they met at Philipsburg on' Federal Judge Lowell 64, against whom impeachment pro-(Thursday, ceedings were..."
Date:Dec 2 1933
Publication:Clearfield, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... Massachusetts to be a legal haven since Judge JamesArnoldLowell startled the country by granting a writ which prevents the negro's extradition. Issue Transcends Crime. The real become even greater than..."
Date:May 18 1933
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... temporarily has ounrl Massachusetts to be n Icgnl laven since Judge JamesArnoldLowell startled the country by granting n writ which prevents the icgros Transcends Crime Tho real become even greater than..."
Date:May 16 1933
Publication:Anniston, Alabama, United States of America
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