Portrait of Chief Justice Walter H. North
32" x 40" x ;38" x 47"
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Walter H. North (1871 - 1952) served as a Chief Justice on the Michigan Supreme court from 1927 to1954. During his tenure, he heard many appeal cases from Grand Rapids, including an early hit and run case where the defendant was driving a dangerous 15 mph through Grand Rapids. Alten painted portraits of a number of Michigan Supreme court justices during his lifetime.
Portrait of a man with glasses seated in a wooden chair wearing black judicial robes.
Gift of Anita M. Gilleo