Lowy, Charles F.

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Charles F. Lowy Soundex Code L000

Charles F. Lowy, lawyer;

born in: Bohemia, on Wednesday, June 17, 1874;

son of: Salomon Lowy and Anna Lowy, nee: Anna Pollak

came to America, 1891;

education: normal school, Bohemia; high school, Vienna, Austria; Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Lake Forest University Law School, 1900; Illinois College of Law, 1901; course in philosophy, St. Ignatius College, 1902;

married: Bella Lowy, nee: Bella Friend, of Chicago, on Sunday, January 15, 1905;

daughter, Lucille Anna Lowy.

Admitted to Illinois bar, 1901;

practiced alone, 1901-6,

since as member of the law firm of Winston & Lowy;

specialty: corporation, real estate, and commercial law:

has had a number of important cases in appellate and supreme courts of Illinois, and U.S. courts.

Member National Economics League, Art Institute of Chicago.

Member: American Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and Chicago Bar Association.

Democrat (active worker).

Member: Keystone Lodge No. 639, A.F. and A.M. (Past Master); Auburn Park Chapter Royal Arch Masons (R.A.M.); Chicago Council Royal and Select Masters (R. and S.M.); Oriental Consistory; Medinah Temple; officer U.S. Grand Lodge Independent Order of Free Sons of Israel.

Contributor on Jewish subjects to many periodicals.

Recreations: athletics, outdoor exercises.

Office: 30 N. LaSalle St.

Home: 1133 W. North Shore Avenue, Rogers Park

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917.