|64th Governor of Georgia|
|Preceded by||Thomas W. Hardwick|
|Succeeded by||Lamartine Griffin Hardman|
July 4, 1877|
|Died||November 9, 1954
|Resting place||Old Baptist Cemetery|
|Alma mater||University of Georgia|
Before his gubernatorial terms, Walker served as the state attorney general from 1915 to 1920. He also was a co-founder of the Woodrow Wilson College of Law in Atlanta, Georgia. Walker made the first appointment of a poet laureate of the U.S. state of Georgia, that being Frank Lebby Stanton in 1925.
He was born in Monroe in 1877. Walker died at his home in Monroe in 1954 and was buried in the Old Baptist Cemetery in that same city.
- Georgia State Archives Roster of State Governors
- Georgia Governor's Gravesites Field Guide (1776–2003)
- Clifford Mitchell Walker at Find a Grave
Thomas W. Hardwick
|Governor of Georgia
Lamartine Griffin Hardman
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