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Edwin Harlan Hon. Edwin Harlan (1909-1966)
Henry Cooper (1907-2003)
Oil on canvas, 1969
49H x 43 W in.
Presented, October 4, 1967
Donor, Friends of Judge Harlan
Owner, Baltimore City Circuit Court
Private Career:
Admitted to the bar, 1934
Secretary, Junior Bar Association of Baltimore City, 1943
Vice President, Junior Bar Association of Baltimore City, 1944
President, Junior Bar Association of Baltimore City, 1945
Public Service:
Deputy City Solicitor, Baltimore City, 1948-1956
Associate Judge, Supreme Bench of Baltimore City, 1956-1966
The first man in over eighteen years elected to the Supreme Bench without a judicial appointment by the governor. Secretary of the Supreme Bench. His cousin, the Honorable Henry D. Harlan, also presided on the same court.

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