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Henry G. Kyle was born September 20, 1872, in Bates County, Missouri.  His first years were spent on a farm.  He attended William Jewell College for six years, graduating in 1897.  Then he took a two-year law course at the University of Kansas, from which he was graduated in 1899.  That same year he was admitted to the bar, and came to Kansas City.  His connection with several important murder trials as counsel for the defense has given him a reputation as a criminal lawyer.

     Mr. Kyle represented the Kansas Law School at the State Bar Association meeting at Topeka in 1899.

     Since coming to Kansas City he has identified himself actively with the workers in the Republican party.
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