CROZIER CORDELL CULP
Crozier Cordell Culp, attorney, was born in Rosedale, Wyandotte County, Kansas, on July 6, 1897; the son of Lynn W. (attorney, died October 31, 1937) and Ella (Crozier) Culp.
Attended grammar school in Kansas City, Missouri, and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; graduated in 1915 from Coeur d’Alene (Idaho) High School; entered Stanford University in September of 1915 and continued there until April 12, 1917, when entered United States Navy; released from active duty in Navy as ensign in September of 1919 and re-entered Stanford in October of 1919 and attended there in College of Law until June of 1921; attended University of Idaho Law School, September, 1921, and received the degree of LL.B. in June of 1922; re-entered Stanford in October of 1922 and received the J.D. law degree in June of 1923. Received the B.A. degree from Stanford in 1920.
served as deputy in Legislative Counsel Bureau at
Member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, Gamma Gamma Chapter, University of Idaho; Durant Lodge No. 268, Berkeley, California, F. & A.M.; American Legion, Berkeley Post No. 7; Veterans of Foreign Wars, Emeryville, California, Post; East Bay Stanford Club; Lawyers Club of Alameda County; Alameda County Bar Association, State Bar of California, American Bar Association; and United States Naval Officers Reserve, Volunteer Legal Unit.
married Bethel Martin Collins on July 21, 1923 in
Transcribed by Marie Hassard 07 February 2014.
Source: Eminent Californians 1953, by Lee E. Johnson & C. W. Taylor. Pages 163-164, C. W. Taylor Publ., Palo Alto, California, 1953.
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