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Identifier: A0036

Title: Eugene H. Angert Papers, 1910-1931


Eugene Angert was born October 21, 1877, in St. Charles, Missouri. He received an A.B. from St. Louis University in 1896 and his LL. B. from Harvard in 1899. He practiced law in St. Louis (1900) and in 1912 he became a member of the law firm James, Hacker, Sullivan and Angert. He married Miss Vera Giannini of St. Louis in 1912. He also was the director of the First National Bank, the Securities Investment and the American National Assurance Company. In 1928, he organized the St. Louis Horticulture Society. He died in May 1929 from poisoning which followed removal of a hair from his nose.

Contains mostly correspondence concerning Eugene Angert's speech titled "The Law Is Not a Jealous Mistress," and acknowledgments of copies of his address about a trip with members of the American Bar Association to London in 1925. Also contains newsclippings concerning his death. An addition to these papers consists of typed letters sent to Eugene H. Angert, Jr., thanking him for forwarding copies of his father's memorial, 1930-1931.

2 boxes

Cite as: Eugene H. Angert Papers, Missouri History Museum Archives, St. Louis.

Rights: UND


Dates: 1910-1931

Type(s): Documentary Artifacts


Subjects: Lawyers
Speeches, addresses, etc


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