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William E. Borah: Statue of Idaho's Great Lawyer Is Unveiled

American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 33, No. 7 (July 1947), pp. 713-714
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25716050
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Abstract

A striking statue of the late William E. Borah, Idaho's famed Senator, one of the most colorful and individualistic lawyers of the present century, was unveiled in the rotunda of the Nation's Capitol on June 6, in the presence of members of the Senate and others of official Washington as well as Mrs. Borah and several kinfolk of the militant defender of the Constitution as he read and interpreted it during his thirty-three years of service in the Senate. The statue had been executed in bronze by Bryant Baker, New York sculptor, on order of the Borah Statue Commission created by the Idaho Legislature in 1945.

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