Busch, Francis X.

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Francis X. Busch Soundex Code B200

Francis X. Busch, lawyer;

born in: Detroit, Michigan, 1876;

education: grammar in South Bend, Indiana;

graduated: high school in Coldwater, Michigan;

came to Chicago, 1895:

Illinois College of Law: LL.B., 1901; LL.M., 1902; D.C.L., 1903.

Admitted to Bar, 1901;

assistant corporation counsel and attorney for Chicago Civil Service Commission, April 1904 to January 1906;

was general attorney for National Plumbers and Gas Fitters' Union of U.S.;

candidate for Democratic party nomination for judge of the Municipal Court, 1912.

Professor of common law pleading and law of bailments, Illinois College of Law, from 1903;

Dean, DePaul University Law School

Member: Illinois State Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association, Lawyers' Association, etc.


Clubs: Iroquois Club, City Club.

Office: 29 S. La Salle Street.

Home: 2080 W. Greenleaf Avenue, 1917; 6737 N. Greenview Avenue, 1919.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917, Rogers Park Directory, 1919, page 13.