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Kathryn Miller ’26

Kathryn Miller ’26, July 17, 2001, in Hartford, Connecticut, after a short illness. After graduation she moved to New York City and in 1928 entered the Columbia University School of Law, one of the first women to attend the school. She studied law there for two years and then worked for the American Chemical Society in New York. She moved to Hartford and began working for the Connecticut Supreme Court in 1941. In 1947 she earned a law degree from the University of Connecticut and was admitted to the Connecticut Bar that same year. She worked for the Connecticut Supreme Court for 38 years, retiring as deputy reporter of judicial decisions in 1979. Her work included providing legal advice to the Supreme Court justices and publishing the official opinions, rules of court, and other legal materials for the Connecticut courts. She was also an active volunteer in Hartford and was recognized by the Connecticut General Assembly in 1975 for 15 years of volunteer service as an American National Red Cross nurse’s aide. Her other interests included music, travel, and her family and friends. Survivors include her brother, Lewis Miller ’39; and two nieces and nephews. Her sister, Margaret Miller Elliott ’33, predeceased her.

Appeared in Reed magazine: November 2001

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