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New York Lawyers Urge Rosen Berg for Federat, Judge

February 6, 1923
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Prominent members of the New York Bar are behind the request to President Harding to appoint James N. Rosenberg to fill the vacated Federal Judgeship in the U.S. District Court for the Seventh District of New York. This District compromises the Boroug of Manhattan, where Mr. Rosenberg lives and is known for his public-spirited activities, principally in behalf of the Jewish War sufferers.

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