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The Frank T. Bow Federal Building
3rd St SW, 172 E Canton, Ohio, United States
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Frank Townsend Bow was a noted Ohio jurist and politician who served as as a Republican Congressman in the United States House of Representatives from January 3, 1951 until his death on November 13, 1972.
Bow was born in Canton, Ohio on February 20, 1901. He attended college at Ohio Northern University where he was a member of the Sigma Pi Fraternity and law school at Columbia University. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1923 when he returned to Canton to practice law. The Frank T. Bow Federal Building in Canton, Ohio is named in his honor.
In 1929, Bow was appointed as assistant attorney general of the state. In 1932, he was hired by WHBC, a Canton area radio station. During World War II, he worked as the station's overseas correspondent, traveling to cover the war in the Philippines. During the Eightieth United States Congress, Bow was hired as part of the general counsel to the Expenditures Committee. Senator Andrew F. Schoeppel hired him as a legislative aide during the next Congress.
In 1950, Bow was elected to the House of Representatives. He was a close ally of Dwight D. Eisenhower and a staunch supporter of tax reform. Bow died during his eleventh term in Congress.
Bow was succeded by Ralph S. Regula
From the Alliance Review website, March 29, 2009:
If [newly elected] U.S. Rep John Boccieri has his way, the federal building in Canton will bear the name of his predecessor.
Boccieri, D-Alliance, introduced legislation Tuesday in the U.S. House that would designate the federal building and U.S. courthouse located at McKinley Street and Third Avenue Southwest in Canton as the Ralph Regula Federal Building and United States Courthouse.
Robert A. Taft Memorial and Carillon
Robert A. Taft was born on September 8, 1889, in Cincinnati, Ohio; his father, William Howard Taft, was the only person to serve as both President of the United States and Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Rejected by the army for poor eyesight, in 1917 he joined the legal staff of the Food and Drug Administration where he met Herbert Hoover who became his idol. In 1918-19 he was in Paris as legal adviser for the American Relief Administration, Hoover's agency which distributed food to war-torn Europe.
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