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E. Paul Mason Hon. E. Paul Mason (1891-1968)
Henry Cooper (1907-2003)
Oil on canvas, 1967
49 ½ H x 41 13/16 W in.
Presented, December 4, 1969
Donor, Baltimore City Bar Association
Owner, Baltimore City Circuit Court
Private Career:
Admitted to the bar, 1915
59th President, Bar Association of Baltimore City, 1937-1938
Member, House of Delegates, American Bar Association
Public Service:
Associate Judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, 1944-1961
Representative from Maryland on the Commission for Uniform State Laws
Appointed to the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City by Governor Herbert R. O'Conor. Known as "Maximum Mason" for his often harsh sentences.

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