Edgar Sullins Vaught

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United States federal judge

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According to Wikipedia, Edgar Sullins Vaught was a United States district judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Education and career Born in Cedar Springs, an unincorporated community located at the boundary of Smyth County and Wythe County, Virginia, Vaught attended Emory and Henry College in Emory, Virginia, and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Carson and Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee in 1899, before reading law to enter the bar in 1906. In 1901, he moved to Oklahoma City where he embarked on a career in education - first as principal of Irving High School, and by 1906 becoming superintendent of the Oklahoma City School system. Then he switched careers to law and began a private practice in Oklahoma City from 1906 to 1928.

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