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Edward L. Katzenbach
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  Edward L. Katzenbach was born in Trenton, New Jersey on October 2, 1878. He was educated at Princeton University and Harvard Law School. After graduation from Princeton in 1900 he became an instructor in Political Economy at the university. Upon completion of his law course he was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in November 1905.  
  Katzenbach was appointed by Governor Edward I. Edwards to the State Board of Institutions and Agencies in 1922. In February 1924, he resigned from the board, having been appointed by Governor George S. Silzer, and confirmed by the Senate as Attorney General.  
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