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Charles W. Lucas

Charles W. Lucas was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, January 2, 1870.  He attended the public schools and also the High School in Detroit, to which town his parents had removed.  Later he enrolled himself as a student in Northwestern University and from there entered the Chicago College of Law.  He took his degree in 1895 and after two years of practice associated himself with Mr. Max Pam.  He remained with Mr. Pam for three years, and in 1900 came to Kansas Cit to accept the position of assistant general attorney of the Kansas City Southern Railroad, the office he now holds.

     Mr. Lucas belongs to the Phi Delta Phi Fraternity, and since coming to Kansas City has identified himself with several of the local organizations.

     Mr. Lucas married Miss Eva Lane, of Minneapolis, and they have one boy.

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