John O. Bailey

John O. Bailey

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John Ora Bailey (September 26, 1880 – February 16, 1959) was an American judge and politician in the state of Oregon. He was the 27th Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court, serving on Oregon’s highest court from 1933 to 1950. Bailey also served in the Oregon House of Representatives and the Oregon State Senate. A native of Iowa and Harvard graduate, he began his public service as an assistant attorney general.

Early life

John Baily was born on September 26, 1880 in Grinnell, Iowa.Corning, Howard M. Dictionary of Oregon History. Binfords & Mort Publishing, 1956. There he received his education in the local schools before attending college at Harvard University. After graduation in 1906 he then attended and graduated from Harvard Law School. Next Bailey moved west to Spokane, Washington, where he practiced law from 1907 until 1910 when he moved to Portland, Oregon.


In 1911, Bailey married the former Frances H. White, and the two would have three kids.Obituary: Bailey Self-Made. Oregon Journal, February 16, 1959. In that role he handled a variety of land fraud cases and helped to draft legislation that helped the state of Oregon better...
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