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No date, but clearly an older book. Blue boards are clean and unbumped, as are pages, and book is SIGNED and inscribed by author thus,: "To ------- who once played on Mr. Judge's private golf course. John Hadden." Faults are confined to a diagonal crease on one page. a pen mark and circle to page number on one entry in the table of contents, a pen mark in the margin to two pages and two such marks at back in geneaology section. Illustrated with photographs and pen and ink drawings by Doris Doan Watson.. The author, who is the subject's son, tells the story of his father, a Cleveland lawyer (born in West Virginia), who later became a Probate Court Judge. Alexander hadden had a special interest in the problems of the insane and was known for an essay he published for the Philsophical Club of Cleveland in 1918 entitled "Why Are There No Common Law Crimes in Ohio?" This appears in the book in its entirety.