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Image from page 412 of "History of Illinois Republicanism, embracing a history of the Republican party in the state to the present time ... with biographies of its founders and supporters ... also a chronological statement of important political events si

Identifier: historyofillinoi00raum

Title: History of Illinois Republicanism, embracing a history of the Republican party in the state to the present time ... with biographies of its founders and supporters ... also a chronological statement of important political events since 1774

Year: 1900 (1900s)

Authors: Raum, Green B. (Green Berry), 1829-1909

Subjects: Republican Party (U.S.)

Publisher: Chicago, Rollins Pub. Co.

Contributing Library: The Library of Congress

Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

 

 

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eing the largest council west of Xew York, numbering over thirteenhundred members, and in the history of that council covering a period of seven-teen years he was the only regent who was ever honored by re-election. Hewas also prominent in club and social life, being a member of the L^nion LeagueClub, Chicago Athletic Association, Hamilton, Marquette and Law Clubs. In religion Mr. Cody was a Congregationalist and a member of PlymouthChurch. In 1893 he was married to Alta Airginia Houston, of Cincinnati, O.,one of the leaders in the select musical circles of that city. At the time of theirmarriage Mrs. Cody was the contralto soloist at the Union Park Congrega-tionalist Church, of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Cody had one child, ArthurHuston Cody, now nearly five years of age. Mr. Codys death occurred at the Chicago Hospital, near his residence,340 Oakwoocl Boulevard, Chicago, on the 7th of November, 1899, after anoperation for appendicitis, following an illness of about two weeks. Funeral 396

 

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