Biographical Sketch of Frank Hull Wright
FRANK HULL WRIGHT – Active in the practice of law for the past two years and now already demonstrating great ability, Frank Hull Wright, of Great Barrington, stands among the thoroughly progressive and noteworthy men of his day and his future opens bright before him. In every phase of his work he gives to his clients the value of his tireless industry in study and research, as well as his natural ability and practical training. Mr. Wright is a son of Frank Hull and Frances (Siggins) Wright, his father one of the widely famed lawyers of Great Barrington over a period of many years, having been admitted to the bar about 1882, from which time until his death, in 1918, he was active in practice. The elder Mr. Wright was a man of great ability and distinguished presence, whose important activities reflected large credit upon the community as well as upon his own name.
Frank Hull Wright was born in Great Barrington, February 7, 1898. Following his elementary study Mr. Wright covered the high school course in Great Barrington, then studied law under able preceptors from 1918 until 1922, when he was admitted to the bar of his native State. He has since gone forward along general lines of practice and in his ever-widening activities his success is definitely assured. Interested in all that makes for community or general progress, Mr. Wright supports the Republican party and is a well-known member of the Republican Town Committee, of Sheffield, his place of residence. Fraternally he is affiliated with Cincinnatus Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, and Monument Chapter, Royal Arch Masons.
Frank Hull Wright married, in Bristol, Tennessee, August 6, 1915, Rose L. Devine, daughter of John and Rosa Devine.