George H. Mann



George Hiram Mann (1872-1955) served as a Page in the U.S. Senate and, according to the condolence note sent by his mother Alice, Mrs. Stanford had prepared a "pleasure" for him. George was a student at the Naval Academy, but dropped out, and served in the Coast Guard during the Spanish-American War. He was a self-educated lawyer and practiced law in New York City for many years.

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