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Conner, John Sanborn, 1844-1911



John Sanborn Conner was born on June 30, 1844 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1865 after which he began the study of law, graduating from the Cincinnati Law School in 1868. He was appointed First Assistant Solicitor of the City the same year. He held that position until 1873 when he went into private practice. He stayed there until 1873 when he was elected one of the judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County. Connor died on July 11, 1911.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Asa Dodge Smith certificate

Identifier: Mss 865518.1
Mss 865518.1
Date(s): 1865-09-18
Scope and Contents

Certificate by Asa Dodge Smith that John Sanborn Conner has graduated from college where he maintained good scholarship and correct deportment.

Hanover, NH to [Mrs. Conner] , Letter

Identifier: Mss 862202.1
Mss 862202.1
Date(s): 1862-03-02

Conner writes a letter home to his mother describing his studies at Dartmouth and interactions with professors.

John Sanborn Conner letter

Identifier: Mss 864612.5
Mss 864612.5
Date(s): 1864-11-12
Scope and Contents

Three-page letter from John Sanborn Conner to the president and faculty of Dartmouth College, asking permission to be absent from college and be excuses from his studies. (Smith's notes on back)

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