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James Weber Linn
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James Weber Linn (May 11, 1876 – July 16, 1939) was an American educator, writer, and politician.

Biography

Linn was born in Winnebago, Illinois. He graduated from University of Chicago in 1897. Linn then taught English at the University of Chicago. He wrote several books. Linn also wrote newspaper and magazine articles. He was the nephew of social worker Jane Addams. Linn served in the Illinois House of Representatives in 1939 when he died while still in office. Linn was a Democrat. Linn died at his summer home, from leukemia, in Harbert, Michigan.'Illinois Blue Book 1939-1940, Biographical Sketch of James Weber Linn, pg. 154-155'Legislator Dies-James Weber Linn Dies-Legislator Jane Addams Nephew,' The Decatur Herald (Illinois), July 17, 1939, pg. 1'James Weber Linn Dies In Michigan; Had Noted Career,' The Belvidere Republican-Northwestern (Illinois), July 18, 1939, pg. 8

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