J. L. C. IrwinDemocratic
John L. C. Irwin
Born: February 19, 1871 in Tecumseh, Nebraska
1907-1915: District Attorney, Kings County
Previous: City Attorney, City of Hanford
- Allensworth: The town of Allensworth (in Tulare County) was the first in California to be founded, financed, and governed by African-Americans. During it's peak years (from it's founding in 1908 until 1915), it was represented in the State Assembly by George Washington Wyllie (1908-1914) and Fred Carroll Scott (1915-1916) and in the State Senate by Edward O. Miller (1907-1910), Elwood O. Larkins (1911-1914), and J. L. C. Irwin (1915-1922).
Source: California Blue Book (1913-15)