Private practice, Denver, Colorado, 1911-1937
Deputy district attorney, Ouray County, Colorado, 1913-1918
Mayor, Montrose, Colorado, 1926-1930
State representative, Colorado, 1928-1930
State senator, Colorado, 1930-1936; president pro tem, 1935-1936
Justice, Colorado Supreme Court, 1937-1947; chief justice, 1946-1947
Governor, Colorado, 1947-1950
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