Frank I. Osborne

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Frank I. Osborne was a North Carolina politician and attorney who served as mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina (1879–1880), as a state senator, and as North Carolina Attorney General (1893–1897).

In 1901, though he was a Democrat, Republican President Theodore Roosevelt appointed Osborne an associate justice of the United States Court of Private Land Claims.

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