Elmer E. Barlow
Born in Arcadia, Wisconsin, Barlow received his bachelor's and law degrees from University of Wisconsin–Madison. He practiced law in La Crosse, Wisconsin and then was appointed executive counsel to the Governor of Wisconsin. In 1945, Barlow was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, dying in office in 1948.
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