Alexander W. Chambliss
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Who is Alexander W. Chambliss?
Alexander W. Chambliss: Alexander Wilds Chambliss was the mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee from 1919 to 1923 and a Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court. In 1946, he gave $30,000 to build the Alexander W. Chambliss Home in Chattanooga. Judge Chambliss was also a Freemason.
- also known as Alexander Chambliss
- born on (151 years ago)
- died on (68 years ago)
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Llewellyn, Alexander W. Chambliss, Robert J. Maclellan and Morgan Llewellyn. WRITES.—Industrial Health and Accident Insurance. - TERRITORY_COVERED.—Ala., Ark., Fla., Ga., Ind., Ky., N. C., Ohio, Pa., S. C., La ., ...
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