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[[image - black and white portrait photograph of Isaac F. Bradley]]
[[caption]] ISAAC F. BRADLEY. [[/caption]]

Hon. ISAAC F. BRADLEY has great achievements to his credit, but the foundation and power were given at Lincoln Institute, for practically all of his literary training was given here. Prior to his coming to Lincoln Institute he had had but five weeks' schooling.

In 1881 he entered Lincoln Institute, and in 1885 completed the Normal Course. In the following autumn he entered the Law Department of the University of Kansas, and completed this course in 1887.

He practiced law in Kansas City, Kansas, for two years, and was elected one of the three justices of the peace. He was then appointed second assistant prose-
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