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Arizona: State Supreme Court

Justices of the Arizona State Supreme Court, 1912-2001 (May be incomplete!)
Donald L. Cunningham 1912-21 Alfred Franklin 1912-18 Henry D. Ross 1912-45 John Wilson Ross 1918-19 Albert C. Baker 1919-21 Archibald G. McAlister 1921-45 Edward G. Flanigan 1921-23 Frank H. Lyman 1923-25 Alfred C. Lockwood 1925-43 R. C. Stanford 1943-55 Arthur T. La Prade 1945-57 Joseph H. Morgan 1945-47 Levi Stewart Udall 1947-60 Evo DeConcini 1949-53 Marlin T. Phelps 1949-61 Dudley W. Windes 1953-59 Fred Struckmeyer, Jr. 1955-82 J. Mercer Johnson 1957-60 Charles C. Bernstein 1959-69 Jesse A. Udall 1960-72 Robert O. Lesher 1960 Renz L. Jennings 1960-64 Lorna E. Lockwood 1961-75 Edward W. Scruggs 1964-65 Ernest W. McFarland 1965-71 Jack D. H. Hays 1969-87 Duke Cameron 1971-92 William A. Holohan 1972-89 Frank X. Gordon, Jr. 1975-92 Stanley G. Feldman 1982- James Moeller 1987- Robert J. Corcoran 1989- Frederick J. Martone 1992-2001 Thomas A. Zlaket 1992-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1921 Aug 31: Albert C. Baker, died in office.
  • 1945 Feb 9: Henry D. Ross, died in office.
  • 1960 May 30: Levi Stewart Udall, died in office.
  • 1974 Nov 5: Jack D. H. Hays (Rep), elected unopposed.
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