Claude Holman

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American lawyer and politician

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According to Wikipedia, Claude Holman was an American lawyer and politician. Holman was born in Topeka, Kansas. He went to Crane Junior College and Loyola University Chicago. Holman received his law degree from John Marshall Law School in 1934. He was admitted to the Illinois bar and practiced law in Chicago, Illinois. He served as a secretary for United States Representative Arthur Mitchell for two years. Holman was involved with the Democratic Party. Holman served on the Chicago City Council from 1955 until his death in 1973, representing the 4th ward on the South Side. Holman was closely aligned with Mayor Richard J. Daley's Cook County Democratic Party. Holman died from a heart attack at his home in Chicago, Illinois.

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