EDWIN GALLOWAY ADAMS, Newark, born in Fond du Lac, Wis., March 30, 1873, is a son of Major Kelsey M. and Ella (Lewis) Adams; he attended the high school of his native city, and was graduated from Phillips Exeter (N. H.) Academy in June, 1891. He studied for three years at the law school of Columbia College in New York, taking the degree of LL. B. in June, 1894, and afterward read law with former Judge J. Frank Fort, of Newark, N. J. He was admitted as attorney at the November term at Trenton in 1894, and is now a member of the firm of Adams & Feldman, of Newark. He resides at Montclair, N. J.
Source: John Whitehead, The Judicial and Civil History of New Jersey (Boston: Boston History Co., 1897), Part II, p. 3.