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Louis F. Davison

Louis F. Davison, junior member of the law firm of Williams & Davison, was born at Grand Rapids, Mich., May 29, 1873.  His first schooling was in the public schools of Grand Rapids.  In 1886 he went with his parents to St. Louis, where he continued to live until 1899, completing his education in that city.

     Soon after arriving in Kansas City he was admitted to the bar, and formed a partnership with J. C. Williams.

     Mr. Davidson is a Mason and a Woodman.  His father is Samuel Davison, a banker at Colorado Springs.
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