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  1. Anthony Dickinson Sayre (April 29, 1858 – November 17, 1931) was an Alabama lawyer and politician who notably served as a state legislator in the Alabama House of Representatives (1890–1893), as the President of the Alabama State Senate (1896–1897), and later as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama (1909–1931).

  2. 26 de dez. de 2018 · Como declarou o deputado estadual Anthony D. Sayre, do Alabama, ao apresentar a legislação, seu projeto de lei “eliminaria o negro da política, e de maneira perfeitamente legal” (61). A TOLERÂNCIA MÚTUA e a reserva institucional têm uma relação estreita.

  3. 2 de fev. de 2021 · Anthony Dickinson Sayre (April 29, 1858 – November 17, 1931) was a Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama from 1909 to 1931. Biography. Born in Tuskegee, Alabama to parents Daniel and Musigora (née Morgan) Sayre, his parents were early settlers in Alabama who moved from the Ohio (father) and Tennessee (mother).

    • Tuskegee, Alabama
    • Minerva Buckner "Minnie" Sayre
    • Alabama
    • April 29, 1858
  4. Anthony Dickinson Sayre was an Alabama lawyer and politician who notably served as a state legislator in the Alabama House of Representatives (1890-1893), as the President of the Alabama State Senate (1896-97), and later as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama (1909-1931).

  5. Zelda Fitzgerald's father, Anthony D. Sayre, top right, was a justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.

  6. Zelda Fitzgerald (née Sayre; July 24, 1900 – March 10, 1948) was an American novelist, painter, playwright, and socialite. Born in Montgomery, Alabama, to a wealthy Southern family, she became locally famous for her beauty and high spirits.

  7. ANTHONY DICKINSON SAYRE. Associate Justice - 1909-1931. BORN: April 29, 1858; Tuskegee, Alabama DIED: November 17, 1931; Montgomery, Alabama. After earning his master's degree in 1878 from Roanoke College in Virginia, Anthony Dickinson Sayre returned to Alabama to study law in the Montgomery office of Judge T. M. Arrington.