William G. Hare, Attorney


William G. Hare, Attorney


Black and white image of a man leaning back in his chair between two desks in an office. He wears a three piece suit and a bow tie, and his hair is combed to one side. A candlestick phone sits on the desk behind him, and both desks are covered with papers and books of various sizes. Oriental carpets cover the floor, and a leather couch can be seen at the far right of the image. Two famed diplomas hang on the wall, along with a framed collection that is probably Hare's class at the University of Michigan Law School. 'Washington County Abstract, Title, and Trust Co.' is lettered on the window above the couch. Hare was a native Oregonian and served in the state legislature for several terms. This image is part of a group contained in a tri-fold folder; see WCMpic_015280 and WCMpic_015281 for the other two images from that folder, and WCMpic_15282 for another image of the Bagley and Hare law office library.
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gelatin silver prints






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