BAILEY, Charles L., Jr., Harrisburg, attorney-at-law, a successful practitioner at the Dauphin county bar, was born in Harrisburg, June 26, 1864, and is a son of Charles L. and Emma Harriet (Doll) Bailey.
His primary education was acquired under private tutors, his preparatory course for college at St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., and the Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., and his collegiate course in Yale College, New Haven, Conn., from which institution he graduated in 1886.
During this year he commenced reading law with Messrs. Hall & Jordan, of Harrisburg. In October, 1888, he was admitted to the Dauphin county bar, and in 1892 to the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
He was married in Harrisburg, March 10, 1892, to Miss Mary Frances Seiler, daughter of Daniel W. and Eliza (Clark) Seiler, and their union has been blessed with two children: Mary Emily and Frances. In political views Mr. Bailey is a Republican and in religious views an Episcopalian and attends St. Stephen's church.
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