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"FRANK _ MURASKY"

According to one researcher:  "The middle initial being blurred. The letter is J.  According to The earliest record I have so far for Frank J Murasky being a Superior Court Judge is May 1903. The judge was 39 years old in 1903, I have no record as yet as to when he first ran for the court position."

 

Further research by Dana Shew, Jan 30, 2012

The photograph that shows both the Murasky and J.E. Barry posters, I believe would be from either 1896 when Murasky lost an election for Superior Judge and Barry won as Justice of the Peace or in 1898 when Murasky won as a Superior Court Judge and Barry won as Justice of the Peace. See below PDF files.

Barry-Justice of the Peace-Rep Nom-SF Call 1896.pdf
Murasky loses Superior Court seat-SF Call Nov 12 1896.pdf
J.E. Barry-Justice of the Peace-1896.pdf
Election results-Murasky and Barry-SF Call 1898.pdf

 

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