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This article was published in 1906.
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This article has a primary subject code of "Representative Individuals" (IV).
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  • Skandinaven -- January 07, 1906
    [Gade Named Consul]

    Frederik H. Gade until further notice will represent the new Norwegian country. He is the first Norwegian Consul in Chicago under King Haakon. He was born in Norway in 1871. His father Gerhardt Gade was for many years the American Consul to Christana.

    Frederik Gade is a graduate of Harvard University. In 1895 he graduated from Harvard Law School. He came straight to Chicago and opened a law office. For the past ten years he has been Norwegian and Swedish Consul in Chicago.

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