FLOR500, Garden 126 Nathan Kellogg McGill, Attorney, Publisher (1888–1946) McGill was born in Quincy. He received a law degree from Boston University in 1912, and practiced law in Jacksonville. He was publisher of the African American newspaper, the Florida Sentinel in Jacksonville from 1916 to 1920. In 1925, he moved to Chicago and worked as general counsel and secretary with Abbott Publishing Company. He was an assistant state attorney for Cook County and later an assistant attorney general for Illinois. In 1930, he became the first black appointee to the Chicago Library Board.
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Nathan Kellogg McGill, Attorney, Publisher

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Nathan Kellogg McGill, Attorney, Publisher

(1888–1946)

McGill was born in Quincy. He received a law degree from Boston University in 1912, and practiced law in Jacksonville. He was publisher of the African American newspaper, the Florida Sentinel in Jacksonville from 1916 to 1920. In 1925, he moved to Chicago and worked as general counsel and secretary with Abbott Publishing Company. He was an assistant state attorney for Cook County and later an assistant attorney general for Illinois. In 1930, he became the first black appointee to the Chicago Library Board. 





 




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