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William Ingram

(1927- )

William Ingram was born at Columbus, Georgina on June 22, 1927. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in 1953, and his LL. B. from the Atlanta Law School in 1974. Before taking up the study of law, Ingram was a credit analyst for the 1st National Bank in Atlanta (1953-1955), a credit investigator for Dun & Bradstreet in Atlanta (1956-1957), a Veterans Administration realty officer in Jacksonville, Florida (1962-1964), and then was with the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Ingram was admitted to the bar in 1974. [Source: Who's Who American Law (Wilmette, Illinois: Marquis Who's Who, 1st ed., 1978)(2nd ed., 1979)]

[Note: We acquired a copy of Ingram's Poems of the Great American Underground and the little pamphlet indicated that Ingram was indeed an "Attorney at Law" and that his office was located at: First Federal Bldg., Suite 206, 6160 Roswell Road, N.W., Sandy Springs, Georgia. 30329. His telephone number was 404-255-1852]


William Ingram, Poems of the Great American Underground (Rosewell, Georgia: Liberty Press, 1977)


William Ingram, American Dilemma, Then and Now (Rosewell, Georgia: Liberty Press, 1976)