Elizabeth Igler

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Elizabeth Igler (1910-1995) went to Ward-Belmont during the 1927-1928 school year. She received her law degree from the University of Cincinnati Law School, graduating in 1932. She would go on to have a splendid law career and was one of the few practicing female lawyers in Cincinnati in the 1930s. She clerked for the Honorable Howard Bevis, Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court and became the first Solicitor for the Village of Glendale in 1934. She married Lawson E. Whitesides in 1935. She was a member of the Ohio State Bar Association for almost 60 years.

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