Thomas A. Delaney

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Thomas A. Delaney (April 23, 1886 May 17, 1969) was an American lawyer and politician.

Born in Oconto, Wisconsin, Delaney went to the East Side High School in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Delaney received his law degree from Marquette University Law School and practiced law in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Delaney served as police justice for the city of Green Bay and was involved with the Democratic Party. In 1919, Delaney served in the Wisconsin State Assembly. He died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. [1] [2]

Notes

  1. 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1919,' Biographical Sketch of Thomas A. Delaney, pg. 475
  2. 'Wisconsin Session Laws-Wisconsin Legislature 1969-1970,' vol. I, Madison, Wisconsin: 1969, Thomas A. Delaney, pg. 1523-1524


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