Goulder, Harvey Danforth; admiralty lawyer; born, March 7, 1853; son of Christopher D. and Barbara Goulder; educated, public schools, graduated from Central High School in 1869; studied law in the office of Tyler & Dennison; married, Nov. 11, 1878, Mary F. Rankin (deceased 1913); spent the summer vacations working on the lakes under his father, a master of lake craft; in 1871, entered the employ of Alcott, Horton & Co., as entry clerk in the wholesale drygoods dept.; took up study of admiralty law under the late John E. Carey; in 1875, received license to practice admiralty law in the courts of the state; formed partnership with J. F. Weh, then with Alexander Hadden; in 1893, associated with S. H. Holding; now head of Goulder, Day, White, Garry & Duncan; counsel for the Vessel Owners Ass’n, member board of Industry, and Chamber of Commerce; counsel for the Lake Carriers Ass ‘n; prominent in plans for the improvement and betterment of the waterways of the great lakes; intimately connected with marine matters, and extensive practice in lake and river cities from Duluth to Montreal; recognized authority on all phases of admiralty law.
Biographical Sketch of Harvey Danforth Goulder
MLA Source Citation:The Book of Clevelanders: A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company. 1914. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 13 December 2013. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/ohio/biographical-sketch-of-harvey-danforth-goulder.htm - Last updated on Mar 11th, 2012
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