Millard C. Morrison Article
Manuscript Section, Indiana Division
Indiana State Library
Processed by: Christina Baich, April 2006
Millard Campbell Morrison was born on March 11, 1899, in Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana. His parents were James W. and Alice Morrison. He attended Purdue University, the University of Washington, Harvard Law School, and Yale University. Morrison was admitted to the bar in 1923. On November 13, 1926, he married Grace E. Morrill of Saco, Maine. They had at least one son, M. Morrill Morrison. Millard Morrison served four terms as prosecuting attorney of Clinton County (1929-1938). He went on to serve as County Attorney (1936-1940, 1964-1968). From 1941 to 1946, he was Government Appeal Agent for the Selective Service Board. He died on August 23, 1981.
Ancestry Library. Indiana State Library. 27 Apr. 2006.
“100 Years of Law.” Res Gestae. 7 (April 1963): 5-6.
“In Memoriam.” Res Gestae. 25 (October 1981): 542.
Scope and Content Note:
The collection contains a typescript of an article written by Morrison for the Frankfort High School newspaper, The Cauldron. The article is about the history of Frankfort, Indiana, schools.
1916 “The History of Our Schools,” typescript of article
Size of Collection:
1 folder (1 item)
Mary E. Henry, 19 October 1969
Access: This collection is open for research.
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Language Materials are entirely in English
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